By Paul Danove;
Danove conducts an exhaustive Case body research of the ditransitive verbs of transference within the New testomony. He makes use of this research to increase a collection of descriptive guidance for studying and translating many of the usages of ditransitive verbs of transference and applies those principles in exegetical stories of the textual content of the recent testomony to generate a Case body lexicon of the verbs of transference within the New testomony. This learn will distinguish the necessities of the 127 New testomony verbs of transference in response to 4 syntactic services, twelve semantic services, and 22 lexical realizations. this may enable a rigorous research of all occurrences of verbal enhances with a similar syntactic, semantic, and lexical attributes.
The research will also ponder the effect of 1 semantic characteristic [an inherent caliber of phrases that has implications for his or her lexical attention] and of the ‘intrusion' of 4 grammatical buildings [inherent structuring templates of grammar that govern syntactic, semantic, and lexical attributes and regulate that means] on every one type of enhances with an analogous syntactic, semantic and lexical description. this may produce a rigorous description of that means that turns into the foundation for Danove's contributions to the linguistic examine of biblical Greek and to the exegesis of biblical texts.
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Subject Affectedness English verbs that designate transference are restricted to active usages, that is, usages with active base forms; and passive forms of verbs with these active usages indicate passivization in which the Theme is elevated to the status of the verbal subject. Greek verbs that designate transference, in 3 These usage features constitute a development of those introduced in Paul Danove, ‘Verbs of Transference and Their Derivatives of Motion and State in the New Testament: A Study of Focus and Perspective’, FN 19 (2006): 53–71.
The N+dat Required Complement (590 occurrences) The required N+dat complement appears on 590 occasions with 43 verbs with usages of transference. In 584 occurrences, the N+dat complement functions as a Goal that consistently designates +animate entities:19 They brought to him a deaf man possessed by a demon (Mt. nqrwpon kwfo\n daimonizo/menon He placed [his] hands onto her (Lk. 20 These examples use the procedure for translating difﬁcult Locatives because the English verbs have transference to a Goal as their basic usage: so that they might hand over [and set] Jesus under the rule and authority of the governor (Lk.
The derivation of other events, however, occurs through the simultaneous exclusion of one entity and augmentation by another. Such derivation through ‘substitution’ occurs in a single stage and assumes the derivation of no intermediate event. For example, the event of delegation is derived directly from the event of transference through the exclusion of the Theme entity (Q) and augmentation by an Event entity (E). Thus, this event has four entities (A, E, S, G). Verbs grammaticalize this event by raising the Agent, Event, and Goal as required arguments and omitting consideration of the coincident Source (S=A).