Thu, 15 Aug 1996 09:06:04 -0400

On p. 103 of Black's _Linguistics for Students of New Testament Greek_ in a
section about sentnece patterns with intransitive verbs, I read the following
statement: "The word class adverb includes the accusative of nouns or the
neuter accusative of adjectives as well as adverbs proper." I assume that TO
LOIPON is one example of an adjective which can be used in this way. What
are some other nouns and adjectives employed in this way?
David Mills