[B-Greek] TUCON in 1 Cor 16.6
dirkzwager at pandora.be
Sat Sep 25 16:20:05 EDT 2004
TUCON can be seen as an adverb, like POLU or MIKRON can be found as adverbs
The second question is: how can the neuter of an adjective or a participle
have become an adverb?
To answer that question some are speaking about an accusative absolute,
others about an adverbial accusative.
TUCON, POLU and MIKRON can be seen as nominatives or accusatives. I think
that parallells like MAKRAN, ARCHN DWREAN, where the accusative is clear,
make us think that the neuters are accusatives as well.
By the way: an accusative like CARIN has become a preposition.
Dr. A. Dirkzwager
e-mail dirkzwager at pandora.be
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Onderwerp: [B-Greek] TUCON in 1 Cor 16.6
> Hi all:
> 1 Cor 16.6 PROS hUMAS DE TUCON PARAMENW H KAI PARACEIMASW
> I'm trying to better understand the function of TUCON. BDAG calls it an
> accusative absolute, referring to B-D-F and Robertson. Other resources
> refer to it as an adverb or adverbial accusative. How should we best
> understand it?
> Steven Lo Vullo
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