Steven Lo Vullo
slovullo at mac.com
Sun Oct 6 15:26:34 EDT 2002
On Friday, October 4, 2002, at 07:35 AM, Mary Whelan wrote:
> I am very new to this Greek language. I guess you'd call me a Really
> Little Greek. But I am very curious about languages. I enjoy studying
> them. So even though I am a RLG, I look things up frequently in
> relation to Biblical stuff.
> Regarding my subject, AKOUETE. I am wondering if anyone can tell me
> whether it comes from the root AKOUW, or AKOLOUQEW. I have looked in
> my Lexicon, which uses Strong's Concordance. Though I have no SC
> myself, I have found that in SC it puts AKOUETE under AKOLOUQEW, yet
> everywhere it is translated it is translated as "hear"(maybe not
> everywhere everywhere, but in the three or so places I have found it)
> and not "to follow".
> Can anybody help me with this??
AKOUETE is second person plural, present active indicative/imperative
of AKOUW. The same for AKOLOUQEW would be AKOLOUQEITE.
Steven R. Lo Vullo
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