Re: Redup. in aorist

From: Jason Hare (parousia_occ@yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Mar 05 2000 - 04:35:35 EST


On 03/04/00, ""Maurice A. O'Sullivan" <mauros@iol.ie>" wrote:
1 P. 3:18 has the verb PROSAGW in a reduplicated aorist subjunctive
PROSAGAGHi.

AGW takes a secondary root for the aorist. Therefore, AGW is present,
HGAGON is aorist. That is why it is a _second_ aorist. It does not really
have to do wit reduplication (like the perfect), but with secondary roots.

My $0.02.

Jason Hare
Ozark Christian College
parousia_occ@yahoo.com

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