From: Moon-Ryul Jung (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 18 1999 - 08:26:55 EDT
On 05/17/99, ""George Blaisdell" <email@example.com>" wrote:
> >From: "Jay Adkins"
> >Please help this little Greek understand the syntax of Mark 8:4,
> >particularly the terms hOTI, TOUTOUS, & ARTWN.
> >It reads,
> KAI APEKRIQHSAN AUTW hOI MAQHTAI AUTOU
> hOTI POQEN TOUTOUS DUNHSETAI
> WDE CORTASAI APTWN EP'ERHMIAS;
> Jay ~
> I construe hOTI with APEKRIQHSAN ~ [they] replied that...
> TOUTOUS as the object of CORTASAI ~ To satisfy these...
> ARTWN modifying CORTASAI ~ To satisfy breadwise... [of breads]
Isn't ARTWN the "object" of the verb CORTASA in the genitive case?
Or isn't ARTWN the ablative case so that CORTASAI ARTWN means
"feed (people) from breads"?
Assistant Professor, Dept of Computer Science,
Soongsil University, Seoul, Korea
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