From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Feb 06 2002 - 07:32:14 EST
At 4:23 AM +0000 2/6/02, Mark Wilson wrote:
>In Acts 25:16, this word is translated "to deliver."
>Can any word smith help me see how "deliver" is
>related to this root?
Text (please supply when asking a question like this): ... OUK ESTIN EQOS
hRWMAIOIS CARIZESQAI TINA ANQRWPON ...
The fundamental sense of CARIZOMAI is "grant/bestow (acc.
something/someone) as a favor to (dat. someone)" -- and this falls within
that basic sense.
37.30 CARIZOMAI d: to hand someone over into the control of another person,
without some reasonable cause - 'to hand over to, to put into the control
of someone.' 'it is not the custom of Romans to hand someone over without a
cause' Ac 25:16.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University (Emeritus)
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