[B-Greek] nouns ending in MA
Kevin W. Woodruff
cierpke at prodigy.net
Wed Jun 28 10:06:55 EDT 2006
In Greek, the -ma suffix usually has the meaning of
"result of, the act of"
--- paul mangion <mangpp_bllist at yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> i was wondering if there were any rules /
> guidelines regarding how nouns are formed by adding
> suffixes (suffices?) in koine. i'm particularly
> interested in the link between CARIS and CARISMA.
> having said that, "rules of thumb" are my concern.
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