From: Harry W. Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Oct 15 2001 - 06:55:51 EDT
PANTES is an adjective that's being used substantively here.
That is, as a noun. Any adjective that's not in either
an attributive or predicate position with a noun,is being
used as either a noun or adverb. The "Analytical Greek Lexicon"
by Moulton gives it as, "nom. pl. masc". It being in the
Nominative suggests that it is the subject of this sentence.
> PANTES in Mt.26:27 is parsed "Adjective, Pronominal, Nominative, Masculine,
> Plural [Analytical Greek New Testament, Friberg and Friberg]. Is this a
> Substantive use of the Adjective? With what word does PANTES have
> grammatical agreement?
> Russell Rankin
> Maple Grove, Minnesota, USA
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