A Grammatical and Exegetical Study of New Testament Verbs of by Paul Danove;

By Paul Danove;

This research maintains the variation of the tactic of Case body research for the research of the Greek textual content of the hot testomony. Case body research distinguishes the phrases of a language into different types, predicators [words that require crowning glory through different phrases for his or her right grammatical use] and non-predicators [words that don't require such completion], and gives rigorous techniques for describing the syntactic, semantic, and lexical specifications that predicators impose at the phrases that whole their which means. The inclusion of semantic functionality and have descriptions in Case body research allows the advance of a brand new style of lexicon that specifies not just syntactic and lexical info (as do conventional dictionaries) yet designated semantic info. The ensuing Case body lexicon entries are either extra compact and extra nuanced than conventional lexicon entries.

Danove conducts an exhaustive Case body research of the ditransitive verbs of transference within the New testomony. He makes use of this research to advance a collection of descriptive directions for studying and translating some of the usages of ditransitive verbs of transference and applies those principles in exegetical stories of the textual content of the recent testomony to generate a Case body lexicon of the verbs of transference within the New testomony. This examine will distinguish the necessities of the 127 New testomony verbs of transference based on 4 syntactic capabilities, twelve semantic capabilities, and 22 lexical realizations. this can allow a rigorous research of all occurrences of verbal enhances with an identical syntactic, semantic, and lexical attributes.

The research will also think about the effect of 1 semantic characteristic [an inherent caliber of phrases that has implications for his or her lexical awareness] and of the ‘intrusion' of 4 grammatical buildings [inherent structuring templates of grammar that govern syntactic, semantic, and lexical attributes and alter which means] on each one class of enhances with an identical syntactic, semantic and lexical description. this can produce a rigorous description of which means that turns into the root for Danove's contributions to the linguistic research of biblical Greek and to the exegesis of biblical texts.


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The occurrences with –animate dative complements (Lk. 31) also indicate that this use of the dative complement is not as rare as proposed by Turner, Greek Grammar, pp. 242–3, or merely restricted to stereotyped expressions in the NT, as proposed in BDF, p. 107. gw (112); ai1rw (2); a)na&gw (4); a)nalamba&nw (3); a)nafe/rw (3); a)pa&gw (1); a)podi/dwmi (1); a)polu/w (1); a)poste/llw (18); a)pofe/rw (3); a(rpa&zw (2); ba&llw (67); di/dwmi (6); e0gkru/ptw (2); ei0sa&gw (7); ei0sfe/rw (5); e0kba&llw (10); e0kpe/mpw (1); e0kfe/rw (2); e3lkw (3); e0mba&llw (1); e0mba&ptw (1); e0mbiba&zw (1); e0ca&gw (1); e0caposte/llw (3); e0cwqe/w (1); kaqi/hmi (1); kata&gw (3); kateuqu/nw (2); metati/qhmi (3); metoiki/zw (1); paradi/dwmi (27); paralamba&nw (3); parati/qhmi (1); pe/mpw (9); prope/mpw (2); r(i/ptw (3); skorpi/zw (1); spei/rw (5); suna&gw (11); ti/qhmi (6); fe/rw (2); xala&w (2).

The conceptualization of the event of motion may focus on both segments in one usage and only on the segment that establishes its perspective in a second usage. ) because verbs with these usages permit retrieval of all entities of the event. ) because verbs do not permit retrieval of the Source or Goal entity of the segment that is not in focus. Verbs with secondary usages of transference raise the Agent, Theme, and the Source or Goal that appears in the same segment as the Agent to 28 Verbs of Transference the status of required arguments.

25) ti/j de\ e0c u9mw~n . . du/natai e0pi\ th_n h(liki/an au0tou= prosqei=nai ph=xun; 5 Usages characterized by the feature ‘external affectedness’ receive further consideration in Allan, Middle Voice, pp. 112–14; A. Rijksbaron, The Syntax and Semantics of the Verb in Classical Greek: An Introduction (Amsterdam: Gieben, 3rd edn, 2002), pp. 147–50; and E. Bakker, ‘Voice, Aspect, and Aktionsart: Middle and Passive in Ancient Greek’, in Voice: Form and Function (ed. B. Fox and P. J. Hopper; Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1994), pp.

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