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ἀπόλλυμι/ἀπολλύω

I destroy (middle: I perish)

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ἀφίημι

I forgive; I allow; I dismiss

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κάθημαι

I sit; I stay

 

Present Deponent Participle: καθήμενος, -η, -ον

Imperfect Deponent Indicative: ἐκάθητο

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φημί

I say

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δεξιός, -ά, -όν

right ἐν δεξιᾷ (χειρί), "on the right (hand)"

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διό

wherefore, therefore

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εἴτε

if, whether;

εἴτε... εἴτε, whether... or; if... if

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καθώς

just as, as

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νυνί

at this moment (emphatic form)

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τέ

and, but, also (postpositive) (synonym of δέ, but more "literary"

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ἀπόκρισις, ἡ

answer

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κατάγω

I land (a boat)

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μάγοι, οἱ

Magi

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μωρία, ἡ

foolishness

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ὀφείλω

I owe, am debtor to

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παράπτωμα, τό

transgression

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Παῦλος, ὁ

Paul

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Πέτρος, ὁ

Peter

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σταυρός, ὁ

cross

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Recite ἀφίημι Present Active Indicative Paradigm

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Recite ἀφίημι Principal Parts

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συνίημι

I understand

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ἀνίημι

I loosen

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παρίημι

I neglect

25

What are the four forms φημί appears in the New Testament?

φημί "I say"

φησίν "he/she says"

φασίν "they say"

ἔφη "he/she said"

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What are the two groups of verbs that does not take the accusative case for their direct objects?

1. Genitive Direct Object - verbs of sense perception (to hear, taste, touch, handle, desire, sharing, filling and ruling)

(ἤκουσα τοῦ ἀγγέλου, "I heard the angel")

 

2. Dative Direct Object - not easily grouped, although the dative direct object may be influenced by a prepositional prefix

(τότε ἀπεκρίθησαν αὐτῷ, "Then they answered him")

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What could be some Alternate Second Aorist endings?

When they use the first aorist alpha variable vowel instead of the second aorist's epsilon/omicron variable vowel.

(ἔβαλαν for ἔβαλον)