Webb webb at selftest.net
Fri Jul 27 14:52:34 EDT 2007

And, of course, it's an aorist active imperative form. 

Webb Mealy

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I think the root you're looking for is hILATEUOMAI, to be gracious (see the
related word hILASKOMAI.

Webb Mealy

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Subject: [B-Greek] ILATEUSON

I am trying to translate this word, and I am not having much luck
finding the definition of it's lexical form anywhere.  The lexical form
is ILATEUW.  The word is found in Daniel 9:19 in the Old Greek LXX.  Any
help would be greatly appreciated!  
Thank you!
John Litteral
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