[b-greek] Re: Didache

From: Keith Thompson (KAT@kneptune.demon.co.uk)
Date: Wed Nov 07 2001 - 13:32:47 EST

In message <FIEALDLOBDLMGEKCBCDCAEMFCBAA.brent@riveroflifembchurch.com>,
Brent Hudson <brent@riveroflifembchurch.com> writes
>DIGLWSSOS, ON (as ‘bilingual’ since Thu. 8, 85, 2; also Diod. S.
>17, 68, 5; schol. on Pla. 600a) double-tongued, deceitful (of snakes
>schol. on Nicander, Ther. 371 hOITINES DUO GLWSSAS ECOUSIN Also of
>person: Pr 11:13; Sir 5:9, 14f; 28:13; Philo, Sacr. Abel. 32 p, 215,
>12; Sib. Or. 3, 37.—Theognis 1, 91 likew. speaks of one hOS MIHi
>GLWSSHi DIC' ECEI NOON D 2:4; B 19:7 v.l.*
  Thanks for the extra help, I guessed that was the meaning and was
surprised not to find it as an alternative in my lexicon. I've had to
guess the meanings of some other words that seem quite obvious, but I
think I'm better off just buying a good lexicon. Does BAGD contain all
known Greek words and meanings?

Keith Thompson (Manchester, UK)
Email: keitht@kneptune.demon.co.uk
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Keith Thompson

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