From: Rod Decker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jan 20 1997 - 15:48:18 EST
This may be in the provenance of those of you who are classicists as it is
not a direct feature in b-greek:
Was consonantal iota ever written as a distinct glyph (if I may use that
designation somewhat loosely), or is the only distinction morphological/
contextual (and not orthographical)?
Are there other names for this character that are sometimes or commonly
used? I assume that the ref. in Smyth (#109ff) to a "semi-vowel" is a
broader term and not a synonym for consonantal iota?
Does anyone know of any discussion of consonantal iota in the grammars? I
find passing mention in Smyth; nothing in BDF, and nothing in Moulton (v.
1-2). (I may have missed it, but it is not indexed and I didn't find it
scanning the relevant sections.)
Rodney J. Decker, Asst. Prof./NT Baptist Bible Seminary
email@example.com Clarks Summit, PA
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