From: Harold R. Holmyard III (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Mar 04 2001 - 16:09:58 EST
> In a book I'm going through to learn Greek, I'm stumped on the phrase
>"hEWRAKA ISRAHL MONON EN TH IDIA GH" and cannot figure out what they're
>trying to say. I know that "hEWRAKA" means "I have spoken", "ISRAHL" means
>"Israel" and is indeclinable, "MONON" means "only" or "alone", "EN" "in",
>"IDIA" is some form of "IDIOS" meaning "one's own", and "TH GH" means "the
>earth (or land)", but I can't piece together.
This exercise may reflect a similar idea in Numbers 21:9-10. In the Greek
Septuagint version there the term is MONON, and the verses speaks of seeing
Israel dwelling alone, not joined to the nations.
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