From: Mike Sangrey (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 13 2000 - 08:31:58 EDT
"Wieland Willker" <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> I am looking for interesting Greek idioms which can be used to check/
> test translations. e.g. Acts 7:23 ANEBH EPI THN KARDIAN AUTOU
You might want to check out Louw and Nida "Greek-English Lexicon of the NT
based on Semantic Domains". It is two volumes, one being an index. The
entries in the index are like this:
a. go up ............. 15.101
b. go aboard ......... 15.99
c. sprout and grow ... 23.196
d. grow up ........... 23.189
ANABAINW : unit
ANABAINW EPI KARDIAN ..
begin to think ...... 30.17
In other words, idioms are listed directly in the index.
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"There is one book which explains all these."
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