[b-greek] Re: EN EKEINWi TWi KAIRWi = TOTE ???

From: Jason Hare (language_lover64801@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Nov 13 2000 - 00:31:21 EST

Carlton L. Winbery wrote:

> I would agree with Carl Conrad that this is reading too much back into
> Koine Greek. The word KAIROS is interesting even in modern Greek. Note
> the question in modern Greek, PWS EINAI hO KAIROS; "How is the
> weather?"

This could also correlate, I'm sure with other languages. For example,
Spanish has the word /tiempo/, meaning "time." But the phrase /¿Qué tiempo
hace?/ means "How is the weather?" Interesting note, though off-topic.
Jason A. Hare
Ozark Christian College
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