Jonathan Robie wrote:The verb οἴχομαι should probably be replaced with a different verb, this one isn't in BDAG. Any other issues?
RandallButh wrote:Jonathan Robie wrote:The verb οἴχομαι should probably be replaced with a different verb, this one isn't in BDAG. Any other issues?
It's a good Koine verb, so keep it.** For Greek Morphology we used an LXX example:Ἰακωβ δὲ ἔδωκεν τῷ Ησαυ ἄρτον καὶ ἕψεμα φακοῦ, καὶ ἔφαγεν καὶ ἔπιεν καὶ ἀναστὰς ᾤχετο.
RandallButh wrote:For defective Koine consider adding verbs like εἰδέναι 'to know', (though related to ἰδεῖν), or κεῖσθαι 'to lie' (though sometimes used in a passive relationship to τιθέναι)
RandallButh wrote:As mentioned, the notes for for clarification not for rewriting Rijksbaron.
RandallButh wrote:** PS: the Koine and Classical periods of the Greek language were an integrated whole and the language cannot be cleanly separated into two. One can only point out forms or features that were added or that dropped out of the whole language. A note about the organic connectedness of the two dialects is probably necessary because so many students approach the GNT as if it were a separate language from "classical Greek". I have even heard this used as a 'fig leaf' to cover an inability to read outside the NT. The Greeks were aware of changes taking place, but they did not consider these changes a different language, and the second Sophistic elitists re-asserted the Attic forms for 'proper form'.
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