[b-greek] Rev 12:5 - ARSEN

From: Mark Wilson (emory2oo2@hotmail.com)
Date: Thu Oct 19 2000 - 01:48:24 EDT


Rev. 12:5


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?

Thank you,

Mark Wilson

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