Polycarp66 at Polycarp66 at
Thu May 23 23:45:54 EDT 2002

In a message dated 5/23/2002 10:08:32 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
wmhboyd at writes:

Could it be that MH GENOITO is a verbal opposite of AMHN?
Say them both and hear how they sound. Emphasize MH GENoito.
They seem to sound opposite. Do they have an opposite meaning?

That they may mean about the opposite has nothing to do with the way they 
sound.  One is Greek; the other is Hebrew.  BTW: GENOITO is one of the rare 
optative uses in the NT. The optative is found 68 times in 63 verses.  Of 
these 17 are GENOITO.


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