KOPION

Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu
Thu Oct 4 09:49:39 EDT 2001


At 9:11 AM -0400 10/4/01, Paul W Traub wrote:
>This word was printed alone without context on some Christian material.
>As far as I can tell, it is not a word---not in lexicons or morph
>indexes.  I first thought it might be a pres act part of KOPIAW, but the
>contract doesn't work.  Is it a word in modern Greek or, as I suspect, a
>typo.

Either that or it could be that ptc. of KOPIAW with; the "o" serving to
transliterate the -W- of the m. sg. nom. or n. sg. nom/acc. ptc, all of
which forms would be KOPIWN when contracted. But there is no KOPION
indicated in the unabridged LSJ either.
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Carl W. Conrad
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