imperative form of APOKALUPTW

Julian Waterfield julian.waterfield at exeter.oxford.ac.uk
Thu Jan 28 14:16:01 EST 1999


It's neither, I believe.  APOKALUPTW will become APOKALUYATW.
(Y being Psi, I hope).  APOKALUPTETW is pres act imperative.  It will never
be APE... as the augment is lost in the imperative.

Julian Waterfield
Exeter College, Oxford, OX1 3DP
julian.waterfield at exeter.oxford.ac.uk
-----Original Message-----
From: Jeffrey B. Gibson <jgibson000 at mailhost.chi.ameritech.net>
To: Biblical Greek <b-greek at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
Date: 28 January 1999 19:03 PM
Subject: imperative form of APOKALUPTW


>Don't know why I can't figure this out myself, buy is the 3rd sing
>aorist active imperative of APOKALUPTW APOKALUPTETW or APEKALUPTETW?
>
>And does any one know what the Greek word or words stand as the
>equivalent of the Hebrew or Aramaic for "reveal" as in "may your Kingdom
>be revealed"?
>
>Yours,
>
>Jeffrey Gibson
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