AramaicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

PronounEdit

אַתְּ ‎(ʾattm sg ‎(plural אַתּוּן ‎(ʾattūn), feminine אַתִּי ‎(ʾattī) or אַתְּ ‎(ʾatt), feminine plural אַתֵּין ‎(ʾattēn))

  1. Alternative form of אַנְתְּ ‎(ʾant)

Etymology 2Edit

PronounEdit

אַתְּ ‎(ʾattf sg

  1. feminine singular of אַתְּ ‎(ʾatt)

HebrewEdit

Etymology 1Edit

PronunciationEdit

PrepositionEdit

אֵת, אֶת־ ‎(et, et-)

  1. Used to introduce a semantically definite direct object.
Usage notesEdit
  • In the event of a semantically indefinite direct object, את is simply dropped; no other preposition is used instead. Note that the choice to include or not include את is based on semantics rather than form; את is used when the direct object is a proper noun, or a personal pronoun (in which case it is incorporated into the form of את), or a noun phrase beginning with ה־ ‎(ha-, the), or a noun phrase headed by a noun compound ending in one of these.
InflectionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

PronunciationEdit

PrepositionEdit

אֵת, אֶת־ ‎(et, et-) [pattern: קֵטֶל]

  1. (archaic) To, with.
    • 2015 September 29, Ran Boker, “לונדון את קירשנבאום תשודר כמו בימי חייו של מוטי ‎(London et Kirschenbaum will be broadcasted like [the way it was] in the lifetime of Moti)”, in ynet:
Usage notesEdit
  • The inflected forms of the otherwise archaic sense “to” or “with” are still used, but now belong to the (suppletive) preposition עִם ‎(im, with).
  • In modern sources, the separate use of אֵת as meaning 'with', is influenced more by romance et. (see quote above)
InflectionEdit

Etymology 3Edit

PronounEdit

אַתְּ ‎(átf ‎(Biblical Hebrew pausal form אָתְּ)

  1. You, thou: (the feminine singular second-person personal pronoun).
Usage notesEdit
  • In mishnaic sources, the masculine singular second person is inflicted exactly as the feminine singular second person should be, this is influnced by the aramaic אָתְּ (see above)

See alsoEdit

Etymology 4Edit

NounEdit

אֹת ‎(otm ‎(plural אֹתֹת or אֹתוֹת)

  1. (rare, Biblical Hebrew) Defective spelling of אוֹת: sign.

Etymology 5Edit

NounEdit

אֵת ‎(etm ‎(plural indefinite אִתִּים, singular construct אֵת־, plural construct אִתֵּי־)

  1. shovel
  2. spade

Usage notesEdit

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