From: Wieland Willker (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Aug 23 2000 - 08:11:06 EDT
Just out of curiosity:
What are the plural forms of PUR?
What is the difference between PUR and PURA/PURH? Is PUR always singular and
PURA always plural: TA PURA?
What is the dative plural? PURSIN? PURASIN? PURAIS?
Perseus gives for PURA:
PURAI nom/voc pl
PURAN gen pl or acc sg
PURAS acc pl or gen sg
PURWN gen pl
PURHN acc sg
PURHS gen sg
PURAS appears once in the LXX at Judith 7:5
KAI ANALABONTES EKASTOS TA SKEUH TA POLEMIKA AUTWN KAI ANAKAUSANTES
**PURAS** EPI TOUS PURGOUS AUTWN EMENON FULASSONTES OLHN THN NUKTA EKEINHN
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany
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