I would think it’s the latter, but there are many records (PCC and DLC) with the former. There is a sheva under the dalet and the taf has a dagesh and a hirik (מוֹלַדְתִּי). As far as I can tell the sheva is not na’ (and if it’s merahef, it’s also disregarded per romanization rules), so then why the e after the d? We’ve long established that pronunciation is not the arbiter, the vocalization is, so what am I missing?
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