Date: Wed Feb 06 2002 - 01:42:45 EST
In a message dated 2/5/2002 11:24:13 PM Eastern Standard Time,
>In Acts 25:16, this word is translated "to deliver."
>Can any word smith help me see how "deliver" is
>related to this root?
PROS hOUS APEKRIQHN hOTI OUK ESTIN EQOW hRWMAIOIS <b>XARIZESQAI TINA ANQRWPON<
/b> PRIN H hO KATHGOROUMENOS KATA PROSWPON EXOI TOUS KATHGROUS TOPON TE
APOLOGIAS LABOI PERI TOU EGKLHMATOS.
TINI TI someth. to someone . . . . X TINA TINI give or grant someone to
someone (Semonides 7, 93f D.2: Zeus XARIZETAI TINA TINI=Z. grants one [i.e.,
a good wife] to someone) KEXARISTAI SOI hO QEOS PANTAS TOUS PLEONTAS META SOU
God has given you all those who are sailing with you, i.e. at your request he
has granted them safety fr. deadly danger Ac 27:24. The one who is ‘given’
escapes death or further imprisonment by being handed over to those who wish
him freed HiTHSASQE ANDRA FONEA XARISQHNAI hUMIN Ac 3:14. Cf. Phlm 22 (Diod.
S. 13, 59, 3 EXARISATO AUTWi TOUS SUGGENEIS=he granted him his [captured]
relatives [and set them free]
It migrates from giving something to someone to giving someone to another =
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