Jerusalem, neuter plural

peter_kirk at sil.org peter_kirk at sil.org
Thu Sep 9 11:51:53 EDT 1999


I vaguely remember a note something like this in Wenham's Introduction 
to NT Greek. But I don't have it (or the rest of my books) to hand to 
check. And I don't think Wenham would have given any source. I would 
suggest looking at various lexicons to see if they mention any such 
idea.

Peter Kirk


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Subject: Re[3]: Jerusalem, neuter plural
Author:  <JoeFriberg at email.msn.com> at Internet
Date:    08/09/1999 14:42

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> On the other hand, I have read
> that the form HIEROSOLUMA is derived from an assimilation to a Greek 
> popular etymology: HIERO = "Holy" and SOLUMA = ??

This is interesting--no idea of source?

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