Your question regarding PARRHSI/A| could produce an interesting rendering in
Mark 8:32: "He was speaking the word with every saying." However, PARRHSI/A|
would be clearer as "openly" or "frankly." While something rhetorically could
be done by contecting PARRHSI/A| with R(H=MA (9:32), PARRHSI/A illustrates the
adage: "Etymology does not determine a word's meaning, usage in context does."
Basically, etymology is best used to show how words derived certain meanings,
and possibly to show connections between various expressions.
As regarding TO\ PA=N TO\ R(H=MA, maybe someone with access to the TLG CD-ROM
could search for its possible (probable) usage in Greek literature.
Rocky Whitely, graduate student
Classical & Near Eastern Studies
University of Minnesota