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The papyri have merely modified our ideas as to the extent and nature of that influence. Dr J. H. Moulton has been the first to familiarize us with the view, to which he frequently recurs 1, that the "Hebraism" of Biblical writings consists in, the oZJer-working of and the special prominence given to certain correct, though unidiomatic, modes of speech, because they happen to coincide with Hebrew idioms. His happy illustration of the overdoing of ;,8ov in Biblical Greek by the "look you" which is always on the lips of the \iVelshman in Shakespeare's Henry V is very telling.

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Driver on 1 Sam. x. ) The following examples may be quoted: the list is doubtless capable of extension. (XfAL~WV) aypov=i~~V Jer. viii. 7 (no doubt a corruption of a translit. ayovp, urpov8w being a doublet). ('AfP£V1]v=im{ "and white" Est. viii. ) A7af, 07~f= "Vtl "a shout" J er. xxxi. ) 33, xxxii. 16 (xxv. 30). , i1>~; passim. in the Prophets: both the Heb. and. th~ Gr~ek words are onomatopceic. ) 2 Es. xvii. 3. L0v£a=I~~Q Ez. xxiii. 42 (the Heb. may mean "sound" as well as" multitude "). pos- flav£~ applied in 2 K.

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