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optative 194—ei] c. opt. 196--opta- Suffixes--see severally in Index II

tive disappearing in final clauses 197 Superfluous words--see Pleonasm

--potential opt. 197 f.—o@felon 201 Superlative 78 f., 236

--articular intin. 220, 241--participle Syncretism of cases 61, 72, 104 --of

for indicative 224--partic. c. ei]mi<, tenses in English 135

disproving Aramaism 226—xlo c. Synoptic question, grammatical points

partic. translated with ou], 232—e]a

INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 289


174, 175, 189-192, 224, 226 f., 231, Universal language, Greek as a 5 f.,

236, 241, 242--see under Matthew, 19, 28 f., 31



Mark, Luke

Syntax: alleged Semitisms in 12 f.-- Vase-inscriptions, Attie 31, 33

Latinisms 21 Vaticanus, Codex 34, 35, 38, 42, 47,

Syriac 104, 241, 244--see Lewis, and of 52, 53, 54, 80, 90, 97, 131, 133, 159,

Aramaic 169, 181, 190, 244 al--see b-text

Syrian Recension 42, 53--see a-text Verba dieendi et cogitandi 239

Verbal adjectives 221 f.

Teleology 219 Verbs: forms 38, 51-56--in mi (see

Telic--see Final clauses Nonthematic)--number 58 f.--transi-

Temporal Participle 230 tive and intransitive 64, 65 (q.v.)-

Tenses: connexion with time mi- cases governed by 61-68--Aktionsart

original 108 f., 119--with a@n 166, 108-118, 221 al (see Action-form)-

186--in conditional sentences 166, defectives 110 f.--compounds (q.v.)

201--in infinitive 204--in verbal ad- --tenses 119-151 (see under the

jective 221--see under the several several tenses)-voice (q.v.) 152-163

Tenses --moods (q.v.) 164-201--infinitive

Tertullian 69 and participle (q.v.) 202-232

Textual Criticism: pronunciation bear- Vernacular Greek 1, 4 f., 22-41, 83, 85,

ing on 34-36--a, b and d text (q. v. )-- 188, 234, 239 al

see also under Alexandrinus, Bezae, Vocative: not strictly a case 60--rela-

Sinaiticus, Vaticanus, etc. tions with articular nominative of

"Textus Receptus"--see a-text address 70 f., 235--few forms sur-

Thematic vowel 171 viving 71--anarthrous nominative

Thucydides 25, 62, 215, 216--see tends to supplant it 71--progressive

Index I (e), p. 263 omission of w$--like imperative, is

Time: cases expressing 63, 70, 72, an interjection 171

73, 75--connexion with tense un- Voice 152-163, 221, 238f.--see Middle,

original 108f., 119--expressed by Passive, Active

augment, and possibly by suffix -i Volitive future 150, 151, 177-subjunc-

128--the perfect accompanied by tive 175, 177 f., 184 f.--see under

mark of 141 Future and Subjunctive

Timelessness: participles 126 f., 134- Vulgate--see Latin

perfect and aorist 134

Traditional spelling 35 f. Wales, bilingualism in 7 f., 10 f.

"Translation Greek" 4, 13, 39, 59, 76, "We"--document 217--see Acts

102, 104, 105, 106,188 f., 237, 240, Week, days of 96, 237

242, 248--see Hehraism and Aramaic "W estern" Text--see d-text

Translations of NT: Latin, Syriac, Wish: optative in 195--unrealised

Sahidic, Bohairic, Gothic (q.v.)-- 200 f.--ditto in future with o@felon

Hebrew (Delitzsch) 104, 163--MGr 201

(Pallis and B.F.B.S.) 22, 30--see World-language--see Universal

Index I (e), p. 265 Wulfila--see Gothic

Uncontracted vowels 38, 48, 54 f., 234 Xenophon: fore runner of Hellenism

31--grammar of 62--see Index I

Unemphatic pronouns 85--e[autou? and (e)

i@dioj 87-90 Xenophon, pseudo- 25-see Index I

Unfulfilled condition 171, 196, 199- e)

201--wish 200--purpose 201

Unification of Greek dialects 30 Zaconian, 32, 249

Uniformity of Koinh< 5 f., 19, 38-41 Zeugma 241

ADDENDA TO INDICES
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INDEX I.
(a) NEW TESTAMENT.

MATTHEW ACTS PHILIPPIANS

PAGE PAGE PAGE

5. 17, 19 115 7. 34 185 1. 24 f.. 115

5. 24 247 10. 30 245

5. 25 249 17. 27 56

5. 26 188 17. 31 107 COLOSSIANS

6. 2, 5, 16 247 19. 2 131

7. 29 227 19. 27, 37 60, 244 1. 21 227

10. 11 249 26. 7 205 2. 18 239

11. 12 163 3. 9 117

11. 25 52 ROMANS

12. 18 64 1 THESSALONIANS

17. 14 69 2. 9 f. 115

18. 7 246 5. 2 248 2.11 225

18. 22 107 14. 5 246 2. 16 249

27. 29 246 5. 4 249

1 CORINTHIANS 5. 11 246

3. 14 f. 185

MARK 1 TIMOTHY

4. 21 xvii

1. 34 69 7. 21 247 5. 22 125

1. 41 f. 56 7. 28 247

11. 2 129 7. 29 . 179

13. 20 246 10. 9 115 2 TIMOTHY

13. 21 125 4. 7 237

2 CORINTHIANS

LUKE 11. 3 248 HEBREWS

12.1 248


4.29 249 3. 18 205

9.58 185 7. 7 246

15. 13 130 GALATIANS 11. 17 247

16. 16 163 2. 10 95 12. 17 245

19. 37 244 2. 14 24

2. 16 241 JAMES

JOHN 3. 18 248

3. 16 249 3. 21 67 1. 19 245

4.52 248 4. 23 248 5. 12 126

4. 52f. 245 5. 2 162

5. [4] 245 5. 4 247 1 PETER

6.15 107 5. 17 249

10. 32 247 6. 10 248 1. 11 246

15. 13 249 6. 12 247 3. 1 90

17. 21, 24 f. 249 EHESIANS 2 PETER

18. 11 189 5. 5 245, 246 1. 16 231


290

ADDENDA TO INDICES. 291

(b) OLD TESTAMENT.

PAGE PAGE PAGE

Gen. 3. 20 235 2 Sam. (2 K.) 19. 23 13 Isai. 31. 4 185

38. 25 93 Job 21. 24 50 “ 37. 38 244

Num. 21. 14 235 Isai. 7. 2 185 “ 63. 2 50

1 Sam. (1 K.) 20.3 245 “ 17. 11 185 Jer. 42 (49) 22 245


APOCRYPHA.

Wis. 7. 14 245 Wis. 12. 2 67 Esth. 14. 17 (C. 28) 13


(C) INSCRIPTIONS.

Syll.

Sylloge Inscriptinum Graecarum, iterum ed. W. Dittenberger (Leipzig, 1898,

1900, 1901).

no. 356 167 no. 540. 240 no. 734 76

364 64 549 240 737 55

376 121 578 46 807 14, 144

385 107 653 46, 80, 101, 850 107

537 240 214, 245 928 227

538 240 656 121 930 81

JHS xxii. 358. 244 BCH xxiv. 339 244
(d) PAPYRI AND OSTRAKA.

BM

Vol. iii. (1907--cited by pages).



p. 1 76 p. 131 249 p. 136 53, 228

105 76


BU

Vol. i.


no. 5 240 no. 11 240 no. 180 101

Vol. ii.


530 240

Vol. iii.

798 246

Par P


no. 43 86 no. 47 200 no. 58 55

PP

Vol. iii.



no. 28 107 no. 56 46 no. 65 46

43 234


OP

Vol. iii.

no. 466 244

Vol. iv.


no. 743 194

Tb P


Vol. i.

no. 16 xvii, 246 no. 61 214

Vol. ii. (1907--nos 265-689)

no. 283 249 no. 333 168, 193 no. 412 159

309 28 357 97 413 237

314 76 391 239 414 177, 178

315 76 408 178 526 240

292 ADDENDA TO INDICES.


Hb P

Hibeh Papyri, vol. i. (ed. Grenfell and Hunt, 1906—all iii/B.C.).

PAGE PAGE PAGE

no. 30 99 no. 51 234 no. 77 244

41 176 56 123 78 168

42 76 59 185 96 234

44 246 60 177 168 177

45 129, 177, 247
EP

Elephantine Papyri, ed. O. Rubensohn (Berlin, 1907—all iv or iii/n.c.).

no. 11 144 no. 13 86

LI P

Papyrus grecs, from the Institut Papyrologique de Universite de Lille; ed. P.

Jouguet (tome i. fast. 1, 2, Paris, 1907-8).

no. 1 130, 178
Lp P

Griech. Urkunden, der Papyrussammlung zu Leipzig, ed. L. Mitteis, vol. i.

(Leipzig, 1906).

no. 41 150, 159
Rein P

Papyrus Th. Reinach (Paris, 1905).

no. 7 200


Str P

Strassburg Papyri, ed. Fr. Preisigke, vol. i. part 1, 1906.

no. 22 76


Ostr

Griechisch e Ostraka, by Ulrich Wileken. 2 vols. (Leipzig, 1899.)

nos. 1-900 243 f., 246 no. 240 245 no 927 245


Mélanges Nicole

Studies, largely papyrological, in honour of Prof. Jules Nicole, Geneva, 1905.

p. 184. 244 p. 185 244 p. 251 246
INDEX III.

Aorist: action-form, 247—expressing Education, varieties of 244

immediate past 247— compared with "Exhausted" i@dioj 246

perfect 247 f. Final clauses: weakened i!na 249

Aramaic: in Egypt xvi f., 242—infin.

for imper. 248 Genitive: with a]kou

Attic: treatment of a 244 —partitive 245—ei]j supplying for

possessive 246

Bezae, Codex 56, 244, 249

Bilingualism 243 Hebraism: e!wj po

107—i@ste ginw

pa?j with negative 245 f.

Compound verbs, not confined to

literary Greek 237 Imperfect 248

Infinitive: for imperative 248—pur-

Dative: ethicus 76commodi 76— pose (anarthrous)249 --relations with

illiterate use of gen. for, 245 i!na 248—in MGr 249

ADDENDA TO INDICES. 293
John: use of i!na 206, 249 Perfect: in refl. to Scripture,in Paul 248

combined with aor.— e@sxhka--248

Kaqareu

Koinh<: periods in 41, 45, 48—history Prepositions, replacing partitive 245

of name 243 Present stem: punctiliar 247—im-

perative compared with aorist 247

L, Codex 234 Pronunciation of h, ^, ei

Lexical notes: ei]j a]pa

Literary element in NT 245 Revised Version 245

Luke: accurate use of h[ qeo

48—acc. in -an in 3rd decl. 49—e]ka-

Middle: "incorrect" uses 248 qeri

Modern Greek: versions of NT 243— pl. opt. in -san 56—uses of e]n 245

pa?sa 244—a]po< 245—tij 246—sur- Subjunctive, futuristic 249

vivals 249 Symmachus 245

Ostraka 243 ff., 283 Textual Criticism: pronunciation bear-

ing on 244—relations of B and D

Partitive gen., replaced by a]po< 245 244, 249



Paul: literary use of i@ste? 245—use of Time, cases expressing 245

perfect 248—Hebraism in? 245 Tobit, uses of e]n 245



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