I destroy (middle: I perish)
I forgive; I allow; I dismiss
I sit; I stay
Present Deponent Participle: καθήμενος, -η, -ον
Imperfect Deponent Indicative: ἐκάθητο
δεξιός, -ά, -όν
right ἐν δεξιᾷ (χειρί), "on the right (hand)"
εἴτε... εἴτε, whether... or; if... if
just as, as
at this moment (emphatic form)
and, but, also (postpositive) (synonym of δέ, but more "literary"
I land (a boat)
I owe, am debtor to
Recite ἀφίημι Present Active Indicative Paradigm
Recite ἀφίημι Principal Parts
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"
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")
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)