From: Glen Riddle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Oct 14 1997 - 11:31:16 EDT
John Baima wrote:
> I came across Romans 16:23 and it occurred to me that the word CENOS (sorry
> if that is not the right transliteration) is a single word antonym because
> it can mean both guest (stranger) and host (as here in Romans). Okay,
> perhaps POLITHS is the antonym in most usages, but doesn't guest/host seem
> to be opposite meanings? The usage of the word seems peculiar to me, and I
> was wondering if anyone else can think of other words which function in the
> same way.
> John Baima
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How about "cleave" (1) to separate, split and (2) adhere to, cling.
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