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Variant spelling of [[ANI-ANTI|A<small>NI-ANTI</small>]]
 
Variant spelling of [[ANI-ANTI|A<small>NI-ANTI</small>]]
  
-[http://www.lds.org/scriptures/bofm/alma/21.11?lang=eng#10 Alma 21:11]  
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Anianti
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:[http://www.lds.org/scriptures/bofm/alma/21.11?lang=eng#10 Alma 21:11]
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::P: Anianti > Ani Anti >+ Ani-Anti
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::1830-1849, 1858: Ani-anti
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::1852, 1879-1888, 1902-1907, 1911-1920, 1981: Ani-Anti
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Ani Anti
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:[http://www.lds.org/scriptures/bofm/alma/21.11?lang=eng#10 Alma 21:11]
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::P: Anianti > Ani Anti >+ Ani-Anti
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::1830-1849, 1858: Ani-anti
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::1852, 1879-1888, 1902-1907, 1911-1920, 1981: Ani-Anti
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Ani-anti
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:[http://www.lds.org/scriptures/bofm/alma/21.11?lang=eng#10 Alma 21:11]
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::P: Anianti > Ani Anti >+ Ani-Anti
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::1830-1849, 1858: Ani-anti
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::1852, 1879-1888, 1902-1907, 1911-1920, 1981: Ani-Anti
  
P: Anianti > Ani Anti >+ [[ANI-ANTI|A<small>NI-ANTI</small>]] 1852 1879 1888 1902-1907 1911 1920 1981
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Discussion: Cowdery first spelled it as Anianti, immediately changed it to Ani Anti, later inserted a hyphen to become Ani-Anti in P; set by the 1830 compositor to Ani-anti in the 1830. There is evidence that Anti is a distinct morpheme, as in [[ANTINEPHILEHI|A<small>NTI-</small>N<small>EPHI-</small>L<small>EHI</small>]]. The hyphen is used as in the names [[SHEARJASHUB|S<small>HEAR-</small>J<small>ASHUB</small>]] and [[MAHER-SHALAL-HASH-BAZ|M<small>AHER-</small>S<small>HALAL-</small>H<small>ASH-</small>B<small>AZ</small>]], which do not have their following words capitalized because they are sentences in Hebrew.
  
A: Ani-anti  1830 – 1849 1858W RLDS 1908
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Acceptability: Skousen accepts Ani-Anti.
  
Discussion: Cowdery first spelled it as Anianti, immediately changed it to Ani Anti, later inserted a hyphen to become [[ANI-ANTI|A<small>NI-ANTI</small>]] in P; set by the 1830 compositor to Ani-anti in A. There is evidence that Anti is a distinct morpheme, as in [[ANTINEPHILEHI|A<small>NTI-</small>N<small>EPHI-</small>L<small>EHI</small>]]. The hyphen is used as in the names [[SHEARJASHUB|S<small>HEAR-</small>J<small>ASHUB</small>]] and [[MAHER-SHALAL-HASH-BAZ|M<small>AHER-</small>S<small>HALAL-</small>H<small>ASH-</small>B<small>AZ</small>]], which do not have their following words capitalized because they are sentences in Hebrew.
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Source: ''ATV'' 4:2037; 5:3330-31.
 
 
Acceptability: Skousen accepts [[ANI-ANTI|A<small>NI-ANTI</small>]]
 
 
 
Source: ''ATV'' 4:2037 , 5:3330-31
 
  
 
[[Category:Variant Names]]
 
[[Category:Variant Names]]

Revision as of 17:03, 6 July 2012

Variant spelling of ANI-ANTI

Anianti

Alma 21:11
P: Anianti > Ani Anti >+ Ani-Anti
1830-1849, 1858: Ani-anti
1852, 1879-1888, 1902-1907, 1911-1920, 1981: Ani-Anti

Ani Anti

Alma 21:11
P: Anianti > Ani Anti >+ Ani-Anti
1830-1849, 1858: Ani-anti
1852, 1879-1888, 1902-1907, 1911-1920, 1981: Ani-Anti

Ani-anti

Alma 21:11
P: Anianti > Ani Anti >+ Ani-Anti
1830-1849, 1858: Ani-anti
1852, 1879-1888, 1902-1907, 1911-1920, 1981: Ani-Anti

Discussion: Cowdery first spelled it as Anianti, immediately changed it to Ani Anti, later inserted a hyphen to become Ani-Anti in P; set by the 1830 compositor to Ani-anti in the 1830. There is evidence that Anti is a distinct morpheme, as in ANTI-NEPHI-LEHI. The hyphen is used as in the names SHEAR-JASHUB and MAHER-SHALAL-HASH-BAZ, which do not have their following words capitalized because they are sentences in Hebrew.

Acceptability: Skousen accepts Ani-Anti.

Source: ATV 4:2037; 5:3330-31.