and BDAG:fut. κεκράξομαι Eup.1, Ar.Eq.285, 487, Ra.258, Men.Sam.204, κεκραγήσομαι Hsch. s.v. κεκραγήσει later κράξω AP11.141 (Lucill.), Ev.Luc.19.40
fut. κράξω and κεκράξομαι (B-D-F §77; W-S. §13, 2; Mlt. 154; Rob. 361)
Mark House wrote:Right, Logos parses κεκλήσεται in Lev 13:45 as a future passive, although they have it right in Hosea 12:1. I've reported the mistake.
Pass., fut. κεκλήσομαι Il.3.138, A.Th.698 (lyr.), Pr.840, etc.
2 fut. 3 sg. κεκλήσεται Lev 13:45; Hos 12:1
RDecker wrote:Does anyone know of any FuturePerfect forms in the LXX other than Jer 38:34; Lev 13:45; Hos 12:1; Joel 4:16?
The LXX database used by Accordance doesn't use a FuturePerfect tag (these are all tagged as futures).
Conybeare & Stock, 56 wrote:FUTURE PERFECT
Gen. 43:9, 44:32 ἡμαρτηκὼς ἔσομαι.
2 K. [2 Sam.] 22:3: Is. 12:2, 8:17 πεποιθὼς ἔσομαι (fut. simp. in force).
Sir. 7:25 ἔσῃ τετελεκώς.
Is. 58:14 ἔσῃ πεποιθώς.
Is. 17:7, 22:24 πεποιθὼς ἔσται.
Ex. 12:6 ἔσται ὑμῖν διατετηρημένον.
Is. 32:3 ἔσονται πεποιθότες.
Gen. 41:36 ἔσται . . . πεφυλαγμένα.
Καλέω fut. καλέσω, §20,1 (iii); fut. perf. pass. κεκλήσομαι only as a variant for κληθήσομαι in Ex. xii. 16 A, Hos. xi. 12 BQ,
Cf. §15,3 aug. in ἐπαρεκάλουν, ἐπροσκέκληται, §16,8: Vb. ad].
κλητέον § 15,2.
but on p. 194, calls this a future perfect.Κράζω ... fut. κεκράζομαι as in Att. (with v.l. κράξομαι: not κράξω of N.T.), §20,3, cf. 15,3
Robertson, p. 361 wrote:The future perfect was always a very rare tense with only two active forms of any frequency, ἑστήξω and τεθνήξω. The middle and passive could make a better showing. In Heb. 8:11 εἰδήσουσιν is probably future active (from LXX), and in Lu. 19:40 some MSS., but not אBL (rejected by W. H.), give κεκράξονται (cf. LXX).
Goodwin, 2.13 wrote:When the perfect is used in the sense of a present (49), the future perfect is its regular future; as κεκλήσομαι, μεμνήσομαι, ἀφεστήξω, I shall be named, I shall remember, I shall withdraw, etc.
In many other verbs, the future perfect differs very slightly, if at all, from an ordinary future. Thus πεπράσομαι is the regular future passive of πιπράσκω. Still, where there is another future, the future perfect is generally more emphatic.
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