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Greek Word of the Day

I think I’ll throw in a Greek word of the day out of the words I’m drilling through from Mounce’s Greek vocabulary cards. Don’t worry, this won’t be every day, but it should be fun to have from time to time. So, here is today’s word:


Twenty invisible dollars to the first person to tell me what this word means. 🙂



11 Responses

  1. Well as Mike Aubrey would say ἂν means ἂν. But usually in translation we take it as a contingency marker.

  2. Oh, are they located by that place where that guy did that thing that one time?

  3. Is this the same place where people can visit when they have no place else to go?

  4. What a bunch! Merry Christmas all you who really do love the invisible.

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