piel

In both prefix and affix forms, verbs in the piel are distinguished by the dagesh in the middle letter.   video or pdf     In the prefix form, they are also recognized by the sheva under the prefix.  וַיְדַבְּרוּ    

The Piel stem is typically said to represent intensive action in the active voice (as opposed to the pual which is intensive action in the passive voice); see Gesenius.  This is too simplistic, however.  The following videos correct this:

Translating the piel:

Piel QTLs

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masculine singular third person

קִטֵּל / קִטַּל

he slaughtered

feminine singular third person

קִטְּלָה

she slaughtered

masculine singular second person

קִטַּלְתָּ

you slaughtered

feminine singular second person

קִטַּלְתְּ

you slaughtered

common singular first person

קִטַּלְתִּי

I slaughtered

common plural third person

קִטְּלוּ

they slaughtered

masculine plural second person

קִטַּלְתֶּם

you slaughtered

feminine plural second person

קִטַּלְתֶּן

you slaughtered

common plural first person

קִטַּלְנוּ

we slaughtered

Piel YQTLs

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masculine singular third person

יְקַטֵּל

he will slaughter

feminine singular third person

תְּקַטֵּל

she will slaughter

masculine singular second person

תְּקַטֵּל

you will slaughter

feminine singular second person

תְּקַטְּלִי

you will slaughter

common singular first person

אֲקַטֵּל

I will slaughter

masculine plural third person

יְקַטְּלוּ

they will slaughter

feminine plural third person

תְּקַטַּלְנָה

they will slaughter

masculine plural second person

תְּקַטְּלוּ

you will slaughter

feminine plural second person

תְּקַטַּלְנָה

you will slaughter

common plural first person

נְקַטֵּל

we will slaughter

Piel QTLs with conjunction:

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masculine singular third person

וְקִטֵּל / וְקִטַּל

(and) he will slaughter

feminine singular third person

וְקִטְּלָה

(and) she will slaughter

masculine singular second person

וְקִטַּלְתָּ

(and) you will slaughter

feminine singular second person

וְקִטַּלְתְּ

(and) you will slaughter

common singular first person

וְקִטַּלְתִּי

(and) I will slaughter

common plural third person

וְקִטְּלוּ

(and) they will slaughter

masculine plural second person

וְקִטַּלְתֶּם

(and) you will slaughter

feminine plural second person

וְקִטַּלְתֶּן

(and) you will slaughter

common plural first person

וְקִטַּלְנוּ

(and) we will slaughter

Piel YQTLs with conjunction:

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masculine singular third person

וַיְּקַטֵּל

(and) he slaughtered

feminine singular third person

וַתְּקַטֵּל

(and) she slaughtered

masculine singular second person

וַתְּקַטֵּל

(and) you slaughtered

feminine singular second person

וַתְּקַטְּלִי

(and) you slaughtered

common singular first person

וָאֲקַטֵּל

(and) I slaughtered

masculine plural third person

וַיְּקַטְּלוּ

(and) they slaughtered

feminine plural third person

וַתְּקַטַּלְנָה

(and) they slaughtered

masculine plural second person

וַתְּקַטְּלוּ

(and) you slaughtered

feminine plural second person

וַתְּקַטַּלְנָה

(and) you slaughtered

common plural first person

וַנְּקַטֵּל

(and) we slaughtered

Piel infinitives:

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Infinitive Construct

קַטֵּל

slaughter

Infinitive Absolute

קַטֵּל / קַטֹּל

slaughter

Piel imperatives:

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masculine singular

קַטֵּל

you must slaughter

feminine singular

קַטְּלִי

you must slaughter

masculine plural

קַטְּלוּ

you must slaughter

feminine plural

קַטֵּלְנָה

you must slaughter

Piel jussives:  (The jussive form is recognizable only for certain verbs. Here the sample verb is גָּלָה, where the third ה has dropped out.

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masculine singular third person

יְגַל

may he uncover nakedness

feminine singular third person

תְּגַל

may she uncover nakedness

masculine singular second person

תְּגַל

may you uncover nakedness

feminine singular second person

תְּגַלִי

may you uncover nakedness

masculine plural third person

יְגַלוּ

may they uncover nakedness

feminine plural third person

תְּגַלְנָה

may they uncover nakedness

masculine plural second person

תְּגַלוּ

may you uncover nakedness

feminine plural second person

תְּגַלְנָה

may you uncover nakedness

Piel cohortatives:

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common singular

אֲקַטֵּלָה

let me slaughter

common plural

נְקַטֵּלָה

let us slaughter

Piel participles: 

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masculine singular

מְקַטֵּל

slaughtering

feminine singular

מְקַטֶּלֶת

slaughtering

masculine plural

מְקַטְּלִים

slaughtering

feminine plural

מְקַטְּלוֹת

slaughtering