From: Carl W. Conrad (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Apr 19 1999 - 23:07:37 EDT
At 9:54 PM -0500 4/19/99, David A Bielby I wrote:
>Don't see what you mean...see following comments.
>On Mon, 19 Apr 1999 17:32:03 -0400 Jim West <jwest@Highland.Net> writes:
>>At 04:00 PM 4/19/99 -0500, you wrote:
>>>I've got another question on the words "PANTI RAEMATI" found in
>>>Specifically what does this phrase refer to? How does the typical
>>>of the term in the 1st Century affect it's meaning? What's the
>Here I had in mind something I recall from some studies that the term was
>used for a grammatical category....but I didn't see any reference to that
> in my lexicons. It was just a curiosity on my part....perhaps I have
>mixed it up with another word?
I won't comment on other aspects of this message, but it is worth noting
that hRHMA was the grammarian's term for a VERB, as ONOMA was the
grammarian's term for a noun.
Carl W. Conrad
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