From: Mark Wilson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Oct 19 2000 - 01:48:24 EDT
KAI ETEKEN hUION ARSEN
Concerning ARSEN, is this another one of those adjectives
where the masc. and neut. are the same declension?
Why the masc. hUION modified by this neut. adjective?
Is this a substantive use of the adjective, functioning in
some appositional way?
My UBS dictionary does not provide a gender for this word, but does list
"ASRHN, EN, gen. ENOS" What does this mean?
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