imperative form of APOKALUPTW
ben.crick at argonet.co.uk
Thu Jan 28 23:28:57 EST 1999
On Thu 28 Jan 99 (12:55:37), jgibson000 at mailhost.chi.ameritech.net wrote:
> Don't know why I can't figure this out myself, buy is the 3rd sing
> aorist active imperative of APOKALUPTW APOKALUPTETW or APEKALUPTETW?
AP'EKALUPTETW, because the APO is "separable" to admit the augment, and
the O elides (is omitted) before the E.
> 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"?
It would be the Jussive (Imperfect) 3 f.s. Niph`al of GaLaH, to reveal.
In your example, TiGGaLeH MaLKuWTeKa, let your kingly dignity be revealed.
Or YiGGaLeH MaM:LaK:TeKa, let your royal territory be revealed.
"Kingdom" is ambiguous in English.
Revd Ben Crick, BA CF
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