From: Al Lukaszewski (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 07 1999 - 11:06:42 EDT
I did not think to look under -DOTEW. Would you (or someone else on list)
be willing to render a guess how a bi-labial such as M took on a T sound?
Do you think it is partial consonantal assimilation from the D ( <N)?
At 08:47 AM 4/7/99 -0500, Carl W. Conrad wrote:
>At 12:55 PM -0700 4/6/99, Al Lukaszewski wrote:
>>Does anyone know what version of Liddell-Scott is on-line at Perseus? I am
>>working on KATEKLHRONOMHSEN in 2Samuel 7.1 and can find the lexical form
>>KATAKLHRONOMEW on-line at Perseus and in Lust, Eynikel, and Hauspie's LXX
>>lexicon (Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft) but cannot find the same root in L-S
>>#9. Rather, I have to refer to KLHRONOMEW which, according to L-S #9, does
>>not hold the sense of "giving an inheritance" but simply receiving one.
>I find KATAKLHRONOMEW in the 1996 issue of the 9th edition of LSJ with
>Glare's Supplement; it is in the paragraph beginning with KATAKLHRODOTEW.
>What I find there is exactly what I found at the Perseus site as well,
>which reproduces, I think, the original 9th edition of 1940:
>I. c. acc. rei, 1. obtain as one's assured possession, LXXSi.4.16. 2.
>leave as an inheritance, tois huiois ta huparchonta IB2=LXX De.21.16. 3.
>assign as a possession, IBID=au=LXX Si. 3.28, au=LXX Si. 12.10,
>Act.Ap.13.19. II. c. acc. pers., make one's heir, LXX 2 Ki.7.1.
>Carl W. Conrad
>Department of Classics/Washington University
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