By Athalya Brenner
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25:25; 1 Sam. 16:12, 17:42) and mrnrw (Song. 1:6) are eliminated from the 'primary' group. b) term. Its signification is not included in that of any other 'Crimson' and 'scarlet', which for most speakers of English mean 'a type of red', are excluded by this criterion. Thus even before we define ''DW as a 'dye' and/or 'dyed material' we cannot attribute primary status to it, as Isa. ,„ ytnnD WIN* DK ... O>JKD DD^KDH vn> &N restricts •>:)» (thus the ancient VSS and the IQIsa ) to a type of 'red'.
These doubts will be aired in the appendix (p. ) . In part III the fields of direct colour terms (the first four categories) in biblical Hebrew and in MH will be compared in an achronistic manner. Following a summary of the conclusions of the main body of this study (IV), a final chapter (V) will present a few of the aspects relevant to the history of the unnatural, conscious process of renewal and invention of colour terminology in contemporary Hebrew, a process that relied heavily on the borrowing of biblical Hebrew, MH, and modern foreign terms.
The linguistic context is easier to define formally by means of describing syntagmatic relations and grammatical formations, thus taking care of the sense relations within the linguistic system. The situational context is more difficult to define because of its non-linguistic nature, and 24 INTRODUCTION because the written text is far removed from the world of references and from the actual language event itself. The problem of understanding a passage such as Song. 7:6 might be helped by adopting a method proposed by Palmer.
Colour Terms in the Old Testament by Athalya Brenner