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SV: orion-list Re: self-definition

Perhaps the following might be useful.  S. Goranson has written
a number of times:

> No one supplied any
> examples of any Greek term with -hnoi and -aioi endings which are known to
> have come from the Aramaic absolute and emphatic states 
E. Puech RQ 63 (1994): 463-471 at 465-466 and 466n9 gives two 
such examples (each footnoted from other sources).  Both sets of
examples in Greek are from Syriac forms.

This detail has no bearing that I can see either for or against
S. Goranson's theory as such; it is simply offered here to clarify
a matter of fact.

Greg Doudna


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