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crisoft

Romania
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Posted - 23 Jan 2008 :  10:51:25  


I am not sure what the meaning of οὐ μὴ is, when followed by a subjonctive aorist, like in Genesis 3:1. Is it a strong negative, like "never" or something?

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George

Greece
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Posted - 25 Jan 2008 :  05:15:08  

 

Just as you say, it intensifies the negation. E.g. "You shall never, never eat", etc.

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