Re: Redup. in aorist

From: Carlton Winbery (
Date: Sun Mar 05 2000 - 14:42:00 EST

Maurice O'Sullivan wrote
>Perphas someone could comment on the background to this reduplicated aorist
>--- in Greek literature generally, and specifically its incidence in the N.T?
>Is it significant that the Aeolic dialect is a "native" of Asia Minor?

Here we see the very interesting occurance of "swappance" in modern
English. *Perhaps* becomes *Perphas* by this process which is sorta like
swapping the castle with the queen in chess.

Carlton Winbery

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