"hEWRAKA ISRAHL MONON EN TH IDIA GH" and "EKHRUXAN"
dwashbur at nyx.net
Sun Mar 4 11:52:05 EST 2001
> At 15:23 04/03/01, Justin Richmond wrote:
> >In the book I'm
> >syudying, Greek To Me (by Cullen IK Story and J. Lyle Story), it says that
> >"hEWRAKA" is the perfect of "LEGW" meaning "I say" or "I speak".
> Check the spelling again; the perfect of LEGW comes from another verb,
> EIRW, and is EIRHKA
Agreed. hEWRAKA is "I have seen," hence the clause says "I
have seen Israel alone in her own land." If the book actually says
that it's a derivative of LEGW then it's a misprint.
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