From: Dale M. Wheeler (
Date: Fri Apr 26 1996 - 20:41:42 EDT

Here's an interesting little problem I ran into today:

Not only does BAGD classify EUQUS the adverb as a homograph
to the adjective, they say "arising fr. the nom. masc. sg.
of [the adj] EUQUS".

But BDF sec 21 seems to indicate that the final sigma on
the adverb EUQUS is a movable sigma, and thus the actual
form is EUQU, which would most likely be the neuter
accusative singular form (like MONON, PRWTON, etc.) of the
adjective (1Kings 20:22,24; Ezk 46:9 LXX) being used as an

Any ideas ?

Dale M. Wheeler, Th.D.
Chair, Biblical Languages Dept Multnomah Bible College
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