From: Stephen C. Carlson (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Sep 30 1997 - 08:24:40 EDT
At 07:10 9/30/97 -0400, you wrote:
>I would love to see it, if it adds new information. I think I found a
>hendiasys in English incidentally: how about "nice and cool" = "pleasantly
>cool". Found that one on a web site for English usage, but I lost the URL.
>Incidentally, hendiasys is not in the index of Porter's "Idioms of the Greek
>New Testatament" either.
I don't have Porter's, but if it is in the index, it would be found under
"hendiaDys" (hEN DIA DUS = one through two), not hendiasys. If you have
BDF (or can make the proper conversion from BDR), hendiadys is found at
¤ 442(16). Here is a quote:
"(16) The co-ordination of two ideas, one of which is dependent
on the other (hendiadys), serves in the NT to avoid a series of
dependent genitives (cf. ¤ 162(2)): A 23:6 PERI ELPIDOS KAI ANA-
STASEWS NEKRWN 'on account of the hope of the resurrection of
the dead'; . . . ."
Also cited are: Ac14:17 1:25 1Pt4:14 Jm5:10 Lk2:47 21:15 Rv1:5 2Tm2:13
Tt2:13 2Pt1:16. Funk's notes also cite Mk6:26=Mt14:9.
-- Stephen C. Carlson : Poetry speaks of aspirations, firstname.lastname@example.org : and songs chant the words. http://www.mindspring.com/~scarlson/ : -- Shujing 2.35
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