PAS - Every [other]?

Date: Wed Sep 25 1996 - 20:31:06 EDT

I was hoping that someone on the list could direct me to one or more
grammatical references that show that PAS/PANTA can mean 'All - with the
exception of the item we just talked about in the context...'. Here are
some examples from NASB where the translation committee translated
PAS/PANTA/etc as "all other." I agree with the translations, I just cannot
find many grammars that talk about the insertion of 'other.' Or perhaps
someone could elucidate the principles where a translator would insert
"other" besides subjectivity.


Note: [PAS/OTHER are in caps]

UBS4 Matthew 13:32 ho mikroteron men estin PANTWN twn spermatwn
NASB Matthew 13:32 and this is smaller than all OTHER seeds,

UBS4 Luke 13:2 Dokeite hoti hoi Galilaioi houtoi hamartwloi para PANTAS
tous Galilaious egenonto hoti tauta peponqasin;
NASB Luke 13:2 "Do you suppose that these Galileans were greater sinners
than all OTHER Galileans because they suffered this fate?

UBS4 1 Corinthians 6:18 feugete thn porneian. PAN hamarthma ho ean
poihsh anqrwpos ektos tou swmatos estin ho de porneuwn eis to idion swma
NASB 1 Corinthians 6:18 Flee immorality. Every OTHER sin that a man
commits is outside the body, but the immoral man sins against his own

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.4 : Sat Apr 20 2002 - 15:37:52 EDT