Louis L Sorenson wrote:ξ = κς. Both consonants are unvoiced (the vocal chords do not vibrate when making these sounds). So
I would expect that ευ would sound like εf. tefksis.
Scott Lawson wrote:Where does τεῦξις occur in the NT? I see it in my Middle Liddell but not in BDAG. ἔντευξις appears at 1 Tim 2:1 and 4:5. There ντ is softened to nd and aids in pronunciation. Would τεῦξις be from a prior era of pronunciation? BTW what happens to pronunciation when a consonantal vowel has an accent?
Jordan I find it helpful to pronounce the vee sound as in veinte (twenty) in Spanish which is between a hard vee and a bee ...almost like a "w".
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