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The two studies are devoted, respectively, to the Greek verb heáo ‘let (alone), allow’ and to two... mehr
Two Studies in Greek and Homeric Linguistics
The two studies are devoted, respectively, to the Greek verb heáo ‘let (alone), allow’ and to two obscure Homeric nominals – the genitive plural substantive heáon ‘(of) good things’ and the apparent masculine genitive singular adnominal heêoz (whose meaning is one of the problems addressed). “All about he(w)áo” makes a new proposal about the shape of the underlying root, discusses some difficult forms of the verb and then suggests a new etymology for it. “Good for You” argues that heêoz is in origin an epithet meaning ‘goodly, well favored’; that it is both a kunstsprachlich creation of epic language and, in an important usage, a “substitute” – motivated by formulaic “inflection” – for a second person possessive in a particular set of Homeric expressions; and that Greek eu-, eu-, heêoz and heáon ‘good(s)’ can all be derived from a single reconstructed stem.
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