Hi everyone, I'm trying to define the inventory of syllable structure of Hebrew. 1. I would appreciate a reference to a book which discusses this issue. 2. I already have examples of V, CV, VC, CVC, CCV CCVC CVCC syllables (where C stands for 'consonant' and V for 'vowel'). Can anyone think of more complex syllables, such as: CCVCC, CCCV, CCCVC, CCCVCCCCCCCC etc.. Very bizarre examples are very welcome... Thanks!