Date: Thu Oct 15 1998 - 22:51:42 EDT
I do b'lieve that "all y'all" is a double plural meanin', "all of you and all
of yours." So if you say to a group, "all y'all gotta come over sumtime,"
you'd better have a heap of barbecue.
Now back to the Greek. Are there any double plurals in Greek? (Southern
Greece maybe?) How 'bout Ephesians 4:6 ... PASIN hUMIN
Royal Palm Beach, Florida
(but I'z proudly raised in the hills of Tennessee & north Alabama, thank you.)
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