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" The aorist of verbs which denote a state or condition generally expresses the entrance into that state or condition ; as тгАоигс'си, to be rich ; lir\ovTovv, I was rich ; firXovrrjara, I became rich. "
Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb - Page 24
by William Watson Goodwin - 1875 - 264 pages
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An Elementary Greek Grammar

William Watson Goodwin - Greek language - 1873 - 242 pages
...done this; but е'тго/т/сге TOVTO is simply he did this, without qualification of any kind. The aorist of verbs which denote a state or condition generally expresses the entrance into that state or condition ; as тгАоигс'си, to be rich ; lir\ovTovv, I was rich ; firXovrrjara, I became...
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Notes on Tischendorf's text of Paul's Epistle to the Romans: with a constant ...

James Robinson Boise - Religion - 1883 - 131 pages
...outward and formal obedience ; it sprang out from the heart. Note the rendering of ¿irчкоиo-атe. " The aorist of verbs which denote a state or condition generally expresses the entrance into that state or condition." /Good.) — «s 8v . . . -rinrov Bi8aes (antecedent in the relative clause) = ту тinrif...
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Time and the Verb : A Guide to Tense and Aspect: A Guide to Tense and Aspect

Scarborough College University of Toronto Robert I. Binnick Professor of Linguistics - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1991 - 584 pages
...to completion, continuance, repetition, etc., which belong to other tenses." He notes, however, that "the aorist of verbs which denote a state or condition generally expresses the entrance into that state of condition. Eg , basileuo / am king, ebasfleusa / became king." Here, as we have seen above, it contrasts...
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Language Typology and Syntactic Description: Volume 3, Grammatical ...

Timothy Shopen - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2007 - 452 pages
...Greek aorist (a liminal aspect, similar to perfectives in other languages), 'the aorist of verbs that denote a state or condition generally expresses the entrance into that state or condition'. Goodwin's examples contrast the present, as in basileud 'I am king', plouto 'I am rich',...
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The Memorabilia of Xenophon

Kühner, Xenophon (the Historian.), D. B. Hickie
...¿ßcurl\ewra 'I became king'; irXouru 'I am rich,' етг\о6тг)<га, 'I became rich.' As Goodwin puts it, the aorist of verbs which denote a state or condition generally expresses the entrance into that state or condition. o/yaOov TV— njv 1готр£8а. For the double accusative cf. ii. 9. 26. iravTas —...
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