[B-Greek] Another question

Timothy S. Nelson wayland at wayland.id.au
Fri Oct 30 04:15:54 EDT 2009


 	First, in relation to my last questions, if you have recommendations 
as to what I should read to be able to answer them, that would help too.

 	Now for my next question.  I have an Analytical Lexicon, and every 
part of the entry is explained in the front, except one.  Let me give an 
example (Unicode first, ASCII after):

(5045) τέκτων, ονος, ὁ, nom. sg. m. n. [Section 4.2.e] /an artisan/; and spc.
 	/one who works in wood, a carpenter/, Matt. 13:55; Mark 6:3

(5045) TE/KTWN, ONOS, hO, nom. sg. m. n. [Section 4.2.e] /an artisan/; and spc.
 	/one who works in wood, a carpenter/, Matt. 13:55; Mark 6:3


 	The part that isn't explained in my book is the part where it says 
«ονος, ὁ» (ONOS, hO).  Are these alternative endings to the word?  The ὁ (hO) 
can't be; I'm having trouble thinking of what these might be.  Does anyone 
know?  If so, are you willing to tell me?

 	:)


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