From: Edgar Krentz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 13 1997 - 09:45:53 EDT
>This is not an NT Greek question, but while reading Polybius 2.56.11,
>I came across TO)UNANTION, with a smooth breathing on the upsilon.
>Would someone please explain to me how to figure out what contracted to
>form that so I cna figure out such tings in the future. Thee is o
>dictionary form like that, at least according to Perseus. Thanks.
TO ENANTIONby crasis (mixture). See Smyth parr 62-69.
Edgar Krentz, Prof. of New Testament
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