Barry Hofstetter wrote:Ah, yes, Woodhouse, a fine resource for people taking advanced Greek prose composition, or if you are just trying to remember things like "What is the ancient Greek word for floor?" The trick to doing this is first to look it up in Woodhouse, then look the same word up in LSJ and/or BDAG. Get a good idea of its range of meaning, and ask yourself if it really is the proper word to use in the specific context you want. When I was in grad school we had one copy in our library and one available in our grad student office (it was chained to the wall and guarded by a three-headed fire breathing ferret named Cerberus, ok, slight exaggeration, but over 20 students in the class and two dictionaries available? Ugly...
Barry Hofstetter wrote:The trick to doing this is first to look it up in Woodhouse, then look the same word up in LSJ and/or BDAG.
Richard Ghilardi wrote:This link is broken as of May 18, 2011:
A year without Woodhouse is like a year without sunlight!
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