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Goodwin - Smyth parallel references

Huh, does anyone know about Goodwin-Smyth parallel grammar references?
Actually, does it exist?
:?: :?: :?:
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Encyclopedia of philosophy

http://www.iep.utm.edu/
i couldn't find Buber over there, but the each of the philosophers over there has a good review of his/her philosophy.

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Ecce tiro!

Hello all,

I just found textkit.com tonight. :) I live in Vermont, USA. I’m a programmer by trade, with interests in language and history. I’m circling back to Latin now; I never studied it formally, but dove in or dabbled as time has permitted. I expect to be an intermittent participant, so please forgive me if I don’t reply in a timely fashion. I appreciate all of ...
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Hi! I'm new...

I'm looking forward to meeting everyone here. This is my first attempt to learn Latin... :idea: :!: I'm taking this on as an independent learner simply because I find the origin of word(s) to be interesting. I'm interested in the sacred aspects that cultivated written languages. I hope this doesn't sound too weird ...
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With a tremendous desire to share


topon kalon tina ei)don peri tou frontizontoj kai thj melethj o(j e)moi tosauthn ei)rhnhn w(ste e)pikoinwnein pantwn boulomai


Please correct, discuss & improve on this flippancy :lol:

When I see this (in my browser) the breathings muck up the spacing of words - does this happen for all? I've twice ditched and re-installed SPIonic but that doesn't seem to have been successful. Hmmmmmmm

Paul McK
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the alleged (spelling?) robotness of mariek

as thingy said, i think mariek is a robot cos in every intro post ive read theres the exact (almost) same thing the the purple, THE PURPLE

bi now, the men in white coats are here for me!?!
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anyone seen this before?

This may have been posted by someone before, but in case it hasn't check out http://eleaston.com/In-dict.html.

There is some neat stuff there, but I haven't explored the site thoroughly yet, so don't be surprised if a link doesn't work, etc.

Jeff'n Cicero :twisted:
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Help needed

I have been trying to translate this phrase now for some weeks from english into Latin but i am unsure if it is correct.

Could somebody please correct it for me?

I will always be your evil queen.

so far i have come up with

ego voluntas semper adesse * * regina.


I'm really stuck and need this in for Monday's course completion deadline - please help.
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Pharr Lesson IX Exercises

Since William's keys to Pharr on aoidoi.org skip the exercises for lesson 9, and since I hate not having feedback for exercises, I am posting my feeble attempts at translation here. Any constructive criticism is welcome. Thanks.

William,

One general question: I noticed that in Pharr, the word for "fatherland" is listed as pa/trh, where your solutions always have it as though it is patrh/. For instance, for the genitive you use patrh=j, whereas Pharr ...


oikhomai at Il. 1, 53

Look closely: at line 50 we have:

ou)rh=av m\en e)pwixeto kai\ ku/nav argou/v

& then next at line 53 we have

e)nnh=mar me/n a)na\ strato\n w)ixeto kh=la qeoio

In Samuel Butler's translation we have the following: "For nine whole days he shot his arrows among the people, but upon the tenth day Achilles called them in assembly", that's ok.

But think: epí + oikhomai (vv. 50)= visit with death, strike; while oikhomai alone means "to ...


 

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