From: Randall Buth (ButhFam@compuserve.com)
Date: Tue May 22 2001 - 14:03:45 EDT
writ of tripp:
>Might not DWSOUSIN in Luke be an aorist subjunctive active? I realize we
>would be starting with the form EDWKA, but Thayers gives some examples of
>aorist subjunctive actives off of an imaginary EDWSA form. I looked at
>Zodhiates and he lists that verb as an aorist subjunctive.<
DWSOUSIN is only a future indicative.
the subjunctive would have -WSIN as an ending.
Zodhiates may have been referring to a variant text, or Mark, or it's a
so the questions in the first email remain intriguing.
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