Harold R. Holmyard III
hholmyard at ont.com
Sat Jan 20 20:18:01 EST 2001
Thank you for your submission. You write:
>Regarding the character of PAS PASA PAN, it has always been my understanding
>that the word is a collective pronoun. OUTOS, of course, (in its various
>forms) is a demonstrative pronoun. Doesn't this help to explain the
>distinctions in position when they are used adjectivally?
PAS is listed as a collective pronoun in LSJ, but as an adjective or
substantive in BAGD. Daniel Wallace, _Greek Grammar beyond the Basics_,
does not list PAS among the pronouns, but I do not know what that means.
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