From: Carl W. Conrad (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 30 1998 - 09:41:33 EST
<x-flowed>At 8:38 AM -0600 10/30/98, Carl W. Conrad wrote:
>ENANTIW=N (circumflex over the omega because it's a contract form);
>moreover the participial form we'd need in this instance would have to be
>genitive plural, and that would be ENANTIW/NTWN (with acute accent over
>the first omega).
Er... make that ENANTIOU/NTWN (with acute over the upsilon), since it is an
omicron-contract verb rather than an alpha-contract.
Carl W. Conrad
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