pa'al

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From Hebrew פָּעַל (pa'ál), which is the dictionary form of this conjugation as applied to the Hebrew root פ־ע־ל (p-`-l) related to action.

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pa'al

  1. (Hebrew linguistics, rare) The simplest and most common Hebrew verb conjugation pattern (binyan), without any characteristic prefix or gemination.

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