From: Steve Puluka (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Sep 18 2000 - 06:20:16 EDT
See the discussion on the Reduplication of Words in Conybeare & Stock's
"Grammar of Septuagint Greek". There are three categories:
This verse is an example of the universalizing use.
They also list: lvt 17:3,8,10,13 18:6, 20:9, 22:18, Ezk 14:4, 7
hNDRI hNDRI- lvt 15:3
New Testament examples listed are:
Mk 6:7 DUO DUO 6:39 SUMPOSIA SUMPOSIA, 6:40 PRASIAI PRASIAI
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick H Duggin" <email@example.com>
> I have a question concerning ANQRWPOS ANQRWPOS
> in Ezekiel 14:4, LXX --
> "TADE LEGEI KURIOS ANQRWPOS ANQRWPOS EK TOU
> OIKOU ISRAHL, hOS AN QHi TA DIANOHMATA AUTOU
> EPI THN KARDIAN AUTOU KAI THN KOLASIN THS ADIKIAS
> AUTOU TAXHi PRO PROSWPOU AUTOU KAI ELQHi PROS
> TON PROFHTHN, EGW KURIOS APOKRIQHSOMAI AUTWi
> EN hOIS ENECETAI hH DIANOIA AUTOU."
> Verse 7 also uses ANQRWPOS ANQRWPOS.
> Is this --
> 1. a Semitism, possibly for emphasis?
> 2. a noun used as a distributive pronoun ("any man")?
> 3. both of the above?
> 4. none of the above?
> Also, I was wondering if the NT uses a construction similar
> to this? The only thing I can think of off the top of my head that
> resembles it is something like AMHN AMHN in John.
> Rick Duggin
> Murfreesboro, TN 37129
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