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- February 21st, 2015, 11:19 am
- Forum: Greek Language and Linguistics
- Topic: Articular Abstract Nouns
- Replies: 12
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In Dan Wallace's renowned work Greek Grammar Beyond The Basics, Wallace attaches definite grammatical significance to articular abstract nouns, stating, "Usually, the article with the abstract noun fits under the par excellence or well-known categories..." [p. 226] Yet on p. 249 when dealing with an...
For the word κολάζω, both BDAG and Kittel's give the meaning of "to punish" although Kittel's gives this as the figurative meaning, the literal being "to lop off." For κολασις, both give the meaning of "punishment" but unlike κολάζω, Kittel's gives no other meaning. This seems to suggest that althou...
- September 28th, 2013, 9:46 pm
- Forum: Septuagint and Pseudepigrapha
- Topic: Septuaginta Editio Altera - Isaiah 44:24
- Replies: 1
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If anyone owns this version of the LXX, I was wondering if they could tell me exactly how it reads at Isaiah 44:24.
Thanks guys for your input. I do own a number of lexicons, BDAG and Kittel's being among them. The reason I posted the question was really to double check myself. Of course, I knew that although the two verbs were related, in that that both have to do with being, they had no strict semantic equivale...