John 11:25 - APOQANHi

Kevin Buchs buchs at lutheran.com
Mon Sep 24 07:38:51 EDT 2001


Hello,

I am puzzled by the O vowel in this word.  I parse it as 3s aorist
subjunctive of APOQNHSKW, but I cannot explain the O appearing in the
conjugated form of APOQANHi, because my lexicons list the aorist principle
part as APEQANON.  How did the E change to a O?

Thank you.

Kevin Buchs  buchs at lutheran.com  Rochester, MN




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