2aorist or aorist?
Posted 27 June 2007 - 04:43 PM
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Posted 28 June 2007 - 06:00 PM
The First aorist stem is EDOKA and the Second Aorist stem is EDON. The Aorist Passive and Future Passive voices are built upon the Aorist Passive stem. For DIDOMI verbs, the passive voices are built upon a different stem than the active voice. Because the Aorist Passive voice is built upon the Aorist Passive stem, it has the Theta-Epsilon or Theta-Eita tense suffix. The Second Aorist is only found in the active voice in the New Testament in the Aorist Active Subjunctive, Aorist Active Optative, Aorist Active Imperative, and the Aorist Active Participle. DIDOMI in the verses listed above is not in the Second Aorist tense but rather in the First Aorist tense. They are all built upon the First Aorist Passive stem: Aorist Passive Infinitive, Aorist Passive Indicative, Aorist Passive Participle, and Aorist Passive Subjunctive.
This is the correct technical information in answer to the question above. All tagging or parsing that lists the active voice of DIDOMI in the Aorist tense as Second Aorist is correct. All tagging or parsing that lists the passive voice of DIDOMI in the Aorist tense as First Aorist is correct. I hope this helps.
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