>EBALLON, EBALLES, EBALLE, EBALLOMEN, EBALLETE, EBALLON,
>its compounds and a corresponding middle-passive EBALLOMHN,
>EBALLOU, etc. are well attested.
Thank you for your response. I did find one use of the third plural
imperfect in Mark 12:31, but the fact that it is well attested in extra
Biblical literature makes my arguement more valid.
I looked at BAGD again and it lists a future, 2nd aorist, a distinct aorist
3rd pl., a perfect, future passive, 1st aorist, perfect passive and a
Why doesn't it list an imperfect form seeing as it is in the NT and is well
attested? Am I expecting too much from BAGD?
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