[B-Greek] "Wisdom, let us attend!'
papaweiss1 at yahoo.com
Wed Nov 2 20:27:48 EST 2005
I double-checked it in my Greek-English hH QEIA
LEITOURGIA TOU hAGIOU IWANNOU TOU CRUSOSTOMOU.
PROSCWMEN comes from the verb PROSECW. The aorist
subjunctive of ECW is SCW, so I guess the double sigma
resulting from PROS + SCWMEN => PROSSCWMEN becomes a
single sigma = PROSCWMEN, i.e., "let us attend"
--- Eric Weiss <papaweiss1 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > About "Wisdom, let us attend" - Vespers - in an
> Orthodox tradition - how would
> > one write "Wisdom, let us attend" in koine Greek?
> SOFIA. PROSCWMEN.
> There are a number of diglot (i.e., Greek one side,
> English the other) editions of the Divine
> Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom. Here is a Website
> with the Greek text, from which I got the
> (a page with the "Wisdom, Let
> us attend."
> Main page:
> Eric S. Weiss
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