By Paul Danove;
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 guidance for studying and translating some of the usages of ditransitive verbs of transference and applies those ideas in exegetical reviews of the textual content of the hot 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 in accordance with 4 syntactic services, twelve semantic capabilities, and 22 lexical realizations. this may enable a rigorous research of all occurrences of verbal enhances with an analogous syntactic, semantic, and lexical attributes.
The examine will also contemplate the impact of 1 semantic function [an inherent caliber of phrases that has implications for his or her lexical attention] and of the ‘intrusion' of 4 grammatical buildings [inherent structuring templates of grammar that govern syntactic, semantic, and lexical attributes and adjust that means] on every one type of enhances with a similar syntactic, semantic and lexical description. it will produce a rigorous description of which means that turns into the foundation for Danove's contributions to the linguistic research of biblical Greek and to the exegesis of biblical texts.
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A. T. Robertson, A Short Grammar of the New Testament (New York: Hodder & Stoughton, 1908), pp. 448–9. 13 The semantic feature, ± animate, has broad applications in Greek: cf. Danove, Linguistics, pp. 73–7, 91–119; Paul Danove, ‘A Comparison of the Usage of a)kou/w and a)kou/w-Compounds in the Septuagint and New Testament’, FN 14 (2001): 65–85. 14 The ± animate distinction does not assist in clarifying the function of other prepositional complements as either Goal or Locative: P/e0pa&nw (onto/on); P/e0nw&pion (to before/before); P/e0pi/ (onto/on); P/para& (along/at, beside); P/u9po/ (to under/under); A/e0kei= (to that place/in that place); A/ o#pou (to where/where); and A/pou= (to where/where).
17 These are –animate entities. The ﬁrst example clariﬁes the distinction between the +animate Goal and –animate Locative function of pro/j: Her child was taken up to God [and set] at his throne (Rev. gw (10); a)nape/mpw (3); a)pa&gw (3); a)polu/w (1); a)poste/llw (25); a(rpa&zw (1); katasu/rw (1); paralamba&nw (1); pe/mpw (12); prosfe/rw (1); fe/rw (6). The list of occurrences for each verb appears in the Parsing Guide (Chapter 10). 16 In the LXX, ‘idols’ may designate gods (Num. 2, 5a, 5b, 7) and the recipients of worship (Exod.
Allan, The Middle Voice in Ancient Greek: A Study in Polysemy (ASCP, 11; Amsterdam: Gieben, 2003), pp. 19–20. Saeed, Semantics, pp. 162–5, considers various categories of affectedness. 5 An example of active and middle usages of transference with the same Greek verb appears with parati/qhmi (place, put)/parati/qemai (entrust): 6 act. I do not have what I will place before him (Lk. 6) ou0k e1xw o4 paraqh&sw au0tw~ mid. ). ) are three-place because they require completion by three arguments. ) because the subject is an Agent and all three arguments must be lexically realized when the requirements for deﬁnite and indeﬁnite null complements are not met.
A Grammatical and Exegetical Study of New Testament Verbs of Transference: A Case Frame Guide to Interpretation and Translation by Paul Danove;