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periphrastic, completive and finite use of the present participle in Latin.

Sten Eklund

periphrastic, completive and finite use of the present participle in Latin.

With special regard to translations of Christian texts in Greek up to 600 A.D.

by Sten Eklund

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Published by Universitet, Almqvist & Wiksell (distr.) in Uppsala, Stockholm .
Written in English

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  • Latin language -- Participle.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesStudia Latina Upsaliensia,, 5, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis., 5.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA2245.P2 E4 1970
    The Physical Object
    Pagination212 p.
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4699492M
    LC Control Number77862572

    The Periphrastic, Completive and Finite Use of the Present Participle in Latin. Define periphrastic. periphrastic synonyms, periphrastic pronunciation, periphrastic translation, English dictionary definition of periphrastic. adj. 1. Having the nature of or characterized by periphrasis.

    Sten Eklund: The Periphrastic, Completive and Finite Use of the Present Participle in Latin. With Special Regard to Translations of Christian Texts in Greek up to A. D. Uppsala: Almqvist & Wiksell S. (Acta univ. Upsa liensis. Studia Lat. Upsaliensia. 5.) 45 Skr. 1. The purpose of the first part of S. Eklund's fundamental study of. The use of present participle in the literary texts and its problems of translation to a Romanic language manifest the syntactical development of that verbal form; in the same way, they show the.

    CAPUT XXIV: WORKSHEET for PASSIVE PERIPHRASTIC and DATIVE OF AGENT R. A. LaFleur (rev. Janu ) 1. DEFINITION: A passive verb form consisting of the future passive participle (“gerundive”) plus a form of esse and indicating a necessary or obligatory action; the agent is indicated by a noun in the dative (not the ablative) case (the “Dative of Agent”), with no Latin Size: 12KB. iii] Periphrastic. A round-about way of expressing a simple verbal idea. Possibly used to emphasize aspect, but probably just an Aramaism, cf. Zerwick # The verb to-be + an anarthrous (without the article) participle. The Periphrastic Present present verb to-be + present participle. The Periphrastic Imperfect. imperfect verb to-be + present.


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Periphrastic, completive and finite use of the present participle in Latin by Sten Eklund Download PDF EPUB FB2

The periphrastic, completive and finite use of the present participle in Latin.: With special regard to translations of Christian texts in Greek up to A.D.Universitet, Almqvist &. Get this from a library. The periphrastic, completive and finite use of the present participle in Latin.

With special regard to translations of Christian texts in Greek up to A.D. [Sten Eklund]. A Periphrastic form, as the name indicates, is a “roundabout way of speaking.” In the widest sense, all verb phrases consisting of periphrastic and sum are periphrastic forms.

The Present Participle is, however, rarely used so, and the Perfect Participle with sum is included in the regular conjugation (amātus sum, eram, etc.).Hence the term Periphrastic Conjugation is usually. The periphrastic, completive and finite use of the present participle in Latin by Sten Eklund 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.

The periphrastic, completive and finite use of the present participle in Latin, with special regard to translations of Christian texts in Greek up to AD Sten Eklund Allen and Greenough’s New. Active and Passive Periphrastics Latin has two verb constructions called periphrastic conjugations formed from the future active participle and the future passive participle (the gerundive).

If ambiguity is present, the ablative of agent is used:File Size: 24KB. Perfect Periphrastic Tense. This consists of a present tense form of εἰμί and a perfect participle, as in Jn. ἔστιν γεγραμμένον ἐν τοῖς προφήταις It is having been written in the prophets or more simply in English, It is written in the prophets.

Future Periphrastic Tense. The Gerundive with sum (Passive Periphrastic) Latin has two verb constructions called periprahstic conjugations.

These constructions employ the two future participles, the future active participle and the gerundive. The Active Periphrastic Conjugation is formed by using the future active participle, modifying the Nominative Subject, followed File Size: 7KB.

Periphrastic definition: employing or involving periphrasis | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. In the fusion stage, the periphrastic construction becomes a fixed, distinct, independent construction employed specifically for the function in question This stage has clearly occurred with future be going to: it is fixed in the use of the specific verb go and the present progressive : Richard Nordquist.

Conjugation has two meanings. One meaning is the creation of derived forms of a verb from basic forms, or principal may be affected by person, number, gender, tense, mood, aspect, voice, or other language-specific factors.

The second meaning of the word conjugation is a group of verbs which all have the same pattern of inflections. The passive periphrastic construction in Latin expresses the idea of obligation -- of "must" or "ought." A very familiar passive periphrastic is a phrase attributed to Cato, who was bent on destroying the Phoenicians.

Cato is said to have ended his speeches with the phrase "Carthago delenda est" or "Carthage must be destroyed.". They both grammaticalize the same verbal aspect (i.e.

the participle and the finite form use the same tense-form), as well as the same mood (see Chapter 2). However, grammarians who wish to stress that the periphrastic is more emphatic or significant, or that it draws attention to the participle and its modifiers, are probably correct.

A future participle refers to action subsequent to that of the main verb. The proper understanding of Latin participles must always bear in the mind their tense and voice. Present Active Participle: contemporaneous action, active voice.

Femina clamans eum vidit: The shouting woman saw him. Perfect Passive Participle: prior action, passive Size: 61KB. present translation in English-Latin dictionary. en Through the intercession, therefore, of the most Holy Virgin, the August Mother of the Incarnate Word Himself, and the Queen of the Apostles, may Jesus Christ the merciful and everlasting Shepherd of souls vouchsafe to look down with favor on His flock, fill the clergy with the apostolic spirit, and grant that there may be many who will.

In linguistics, periphrasis (/ p ə ˈ r ɪ f r ə s ɪ s /) is the usage of multiple separate words to carry the meaning of prefixes, suffixes or verbs, among other things, where either would be possible.

Technically, it is a device where grammatical meaning is expressed by one or more free morphemes (typically one or more function words accompanying a content word), instead of by. The periphrastic, completive and finite use of the present participle in Latin.

Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksells. Google Scholar. Fugier, H. Le superlatif latin: étude fonctionnelle. Revue des études latines – Google Scholar. Fugier, H. Le système latin des comparatifs et superlatifs. Revue des études latines Author: Lucie Pultrová. In Latin, periphrastic conjugations existed, allowing you to use portātūrus sum for “I’m going to carry”, which coëxists with the purely inflectional future, portābō.

This is like how in modern Romance you can have both an inflectional future tense (FR je porterai ; ES portaré). This book contains over fifty passages of Latin from BC to ADeach with translation and linguistic commentary. It is not intended as an elementary reader (though suitable for university courses), but as an illustrative history of Latin covering more than.

The passive periphrastic is a gerundive with a form of sum. A gerundive is a common term for the future passive participle. The word "periphrastic" literally means "a roundabout way of s. Latin words for present include praesens, munus, hice, hicce, hic, hodiernus, instans and praesentialis.

Find more Latin words at !periphrastic usage of the type amans sum = amo De M. (pp. 90, ) might with profit have consulted S. Eklund, The Periphrastic, Completive and Finite Use of the Present Participle in Latin (Uppsala, ), pp. 28, 47 (on S. C. de Bacch., 'senatuosque.Periphrastic definition is - of, relating to, or characterized by periphrasis.

How to use periphrastic in a sentence.