Re: What is the correct pronunciation of Pseudepigrapha?

From: Carl W. Conrad (
Date: Fri Jun 09 2000 - 06:41:15 EDT

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<div>At 2:30 PM -0700 6/8/00,&nbsp; Linda Monroe
&lt;; wrote:</div>
<blockquote type="cite" cite><font size="-1">To all of the
<blockquote type="cite" cite><font size="-1">Since I am recently
joined to this group, I have not yet begun my study, but came across
a Greek word in some material I am working on for my Sunday School
class.&nbsp; We are doing a study on &quot;Is the Bible the inherent
Word of God&quot;, &quot;How was the Word written down&quot;?,
etc.&nbsp; I printed out some material from MSN.Encarta.&nbsp; And in
my reading came across this word &quot;Pseudepigrapha&quot;.&nbsp; I
have the meaning, but do not know the correct way to pronounce
same.&nbsp; I would like some help so I can read it properly same to
my class on Sunday.&nbsp; I am pronouncing it as su di pi grafa, I
know I am probably not even close, but would appreciate any
input.&nbsp; Thank you in advance for your
<div>Tastes may differ on phonetic transcription, but I'd alter your
scheme slightly to &quot;SU-DE-PI'GRA-FA&quot; (DE rather than DI) --
putting a major accent on the syllable PI and a weaker secondary
accent on the initial SU.</div>

<div>-- <br>
Carl W. Conrad<br>
Department of Classics, Washington University<br>
Summer: 1647 Grindstaff Road/Burnsville, NC 28714/(828) 675-4243<br> OR<br>

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