From: Edward Hobbs (EHOBBS@wellesley.edu)
Date: Tue Jan 28 1997 - 14:31:00 EST
Colleagues, especially Perry:
Proverbs 21:9 LXX:
The usual meaning of KONIA is "plaster," and KONIAW is "to plaster".
Hence, the second line would be:
"Than to dwell in plastered rooms [elegant!], in a house shared with
I don't believe that ADIKIA can be "a wicked person," although a look at the
Hebrew pushes one to think that. Even the new Glare Supplement to LSJM,
which has a new meanng for the word, does not include this possibility
which has a new meanng for the word, does not include this possibility.
(We've missed you, Perry.)
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