23 Settled Rules for Nominal Forms
Sign of the Feminine
The Taw (ת) is preserved in the construct state, before suffixes, and before the He locale.
Dual and Plural
A common feature of all suffix forms on dual and plural is a Jod (י) immediately before the suffix (→ however §§ 19 and 21).
When a form with doubled final syllable (e.g. “malk”) remains after a dropping of a suffix or He locale, it is a matter of a Segolatum.
23.2 The Vowels of the Lexical Form
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