Conjugation לִבְהוֹק: present, future, participle | Hebrew verb conjugation

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livhok

Binyan qal (also known as binyan pa’al) is the most common binyan. It does not have any prefix in past or present tenses, and there is no pattern to the meaning of verbs in this binyan.

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Present

  • אני/אתה/הואבּוֹהֵק
    ani/ata/hubohek
  • אני/את/היאבּוֹהֶקֶת
    ani/at/hiboheket
  • אנחנו/אתם/הןבּוֹהֲקִים
    anakhnu/atem/henbohakim
  • נחנו/אתן/הןבּוֹהֲקוֹת
    נחנו/aten/henbohakot

Past

  • אניבָּהַקְתִּי
    anibahakti
  • אתהבָּהַקְתָּ
    atabahakta
  • אתבָּהַקְתְּ
    atbahakt
  • הואבָּהַק
    hubahak
  • היאבָּהֲקָה
    hibahaka
  • אנחנובָּהַקְנוּ
    anakhnubahaknu
  • אתםבְּהַקְתֶּם
    atembehaktem
  • אתןבְּהַקְתֶּן
    atenbehakten
  • הםבָּהֲקוּ
    hembahaku
  • הןבָּהֲקוּ
    henbahaku

Future

  • אניאֶבְהַק
    anievhak
  • אתהתִּבְהַק
    atativhak
  • אתתִּבְהֲקִי
    attivhaki
  • הואיִבְהַק
    huyivhak
  • היאתִּבְהַק
    hitivhak
  • אנחנונִבְהַק
    anakhnunivhak
  • אתםתִּבְהֲקוּ
    atemtivhaku
  • אתןתִּבְהֲקוּ/תִּבְהַקְנָה
    atentivhaku/tivhakna
  • הםיִבְהֲקוּ
    hemyivhaku
  • הןיִבְהֲקוּ/תִּבְהַקְנָה
    henyivhaku/tivhakna

Imperative

  • אתהבְּהַק
    atabehak
  • אתבַּהֲקִי
    atbahaki
  • אתםבַּהֲקוּ
    atembahaku
  • אתןבְּהַקְנָה/בַּהֲקוּ
    atenbehakna/bahaku

Passive Participle

    Infinitive

    • לִבְהוֹק/לִבְהֹק
      livhok/livhok
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