Biblical Hebrew

Numbers

The Hebrew name for the Book of Numbers is one of the first words in the Masoretic Text (MT) of the book namely "bemidbar"
בְּמִדְבַּר
which means, "in the desert of..."



Introduction
The Book of Numbers is the fourth book of the Hebrew Bible
and the fourth of five books of the Jewish Torah. 
The book has a long and complex history; its final form is possibly due to a Priestly redaction (i.e., editing) of a Yahwistic source made some time in the early Persian period (5th century BCE). 
The English name of the book comes from the two censuses of the Israelites.

Structure
Most commentators divide Numbers into three sections based on locale 
Mount Sinai, 
Kadesh-Barnea, the plains of Moab, 
linked by two travel sections.
An alternative is to see it as structured around the two generations of those condemned to die in the wilderness and the new generation who will enter Canaan, making a theological distinction between the disobedience of the first generation and the obedience of the second.
 

The rest of this comprehensive Wikipedia article on the book can be read here.
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Numbers 6:24
(An extract from BHFA Volume 5.)


                יְבָרֶכְךָ                  יְהוָה           וְיִשְׁמְרֶךָ׃
               and he will keep you     Yahweh      He will bless you abundantly


KJB       The LORD bless you and keep you;
NASB    The LORD bless you, and keep you;
ESV       The LORD bless you and keep you;
NLT       May the LORD bless you and protect you.
NIV       The LORD bless thee, and keep thee: 

The first word in this verse is the pi'el impf. 3ms form of the verb  בָּרַךְ which has two meanings:

a) "to kneel" or "adore / worship with bended knees", which usually describes an action of a human being directed toward God, and 

b) "to bless," which is normally used to describe an action of God directed toward a human being, or an action of a human to a fellow human. (1)

The pi'el binyan is known as the intensive active form of the qal. (2) 
As per this distinction, the literal translation of the form in this verse then would then be, "he will intensely / abundantly bless you." 
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Hattingh, Tian. (2021) Biblical Hebrew for All. Leicestershire. Matador Publishing. 
(1) Volume 2, Chpt. 36.3.2b.
(2) Volume 1, Chapters 25.1 and 25.8.

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