Category Archives: Greek

Greek to English Dictionary

α αἰδοῖον, αἰδοίου, τό sexual organ αἰσχύνομαι, αἰσχυνοῦμαι, -, -, ᾔσχυμμαι, ᾐσχύνθην to be ashamed, to feel shame before ἀριθμός, ἀριθμοῦ, ὁ number ἄφρων, ἄφρον senseless, foolish β βάρβαρος, βάρβαρον foreign, non-Greek γ δ δάκτυλος, δακτύλου, ὁ finger δέχομαι, δέξομαι, … Continue reading

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Review, Chapters 8-10

I’ve been studying Greek on my own using Greek – An Intensive Course, by Hardy Hansen and Gerald M. Quinn. I’m once again to the review of Chapters 8-10 (yes, I’ve been this far before – but my understanding is … Continue reading

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Review of A Reader’s Greek New Testament, 2nd Edition

A Reader’s Greek New Testament, 2nd Edition Editors: Richard J. Goodrich; Albert L. Lukaszewski Leather Bound, 576 pages Publisher: Zondervan Language: English ISBN-10: 0310273781 ISBN-13: 978-0310273783 This review has been a long time in coming, and I’m afraid I may … Continue reading

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Greek Present (Mood Goes Here) Middle/Passive

This post will cover the present tense in the middle and passive voice, across the indicative, infinitive, subjunctive, optative and imperative moods. The passive and middle present share the same forms, so must be distinguished by context alone. As in … Continue reading

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Passive? Really?

On Sunday, our guest-speaker for service used Romans 12:2, and jokingly mentioned that he wanted to talk about the grammar – which always makes eyes roll a little. The intent was obvious, and he then stated it explicitly – he … Continue reading

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