[B-Greek] Acts 27:43 What does PRWTOUS go with?
George F Somsel
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Sat May 10 15:30:50 EDT 2008
Hence it becomes very easy for the adjective form in the accusative to be used indiscriminately as adverb where the adjective idea disappears. Thus only the context can tell whether μόνονis adjective (Jo. 8:29) or adverb (Gal. 1:23). So as to μικρόν(Jo. 7:33and 16:19), πολύ(Lu. 12:48and Ro. 3:2), ὀλίγον(Mk. 1:19), etc. Πρῶτον, for instance, is very common as an adverb (cf. Mt. 7:5, and even τὸ πρῶτονis found, Jo. 10:40), but πρώτωςoccurs only once (Ac. 11:26).
Robertson, A. (1919; 2006). A Grammar of the Greek New Testament in the Light of Historical Research (659). Logos.
If it had been PRWTWS, it would seem that it would be understood as "for the first time" rather that "to go first to land."
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Subject: [B-Greek] Acts 27:43 What does PRWTOUS go with?
Acts 27:43 hO DE hEKATONTARCHS...EKELEUSEN TE TOUS DUNAMENOUS KOLUMBAN APORIYANTAS PRWTOUS EPI THN GHN EXIENAI. What does
PRWTOUS modify? How would the sense be different if it were an adverb,
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