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Re: Holy Trinity in greek [Re: Mamo] #417910
01/11/18 09:25 AM
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I'm sorry if I appear unhelpful, but it all boils down to a matter of transliteration. I admit to being too technologically challenged to provide a link for you. Even with Slavonic or Russian, there are multiple ways of transliteration. I'm not even an expert in the three Slavic languages I do speak. I would welcome someone who is either a native Greek speaker or an authority to come forward.

Re: Holy Trinity in greek [Re: Mamo] #417912
01/11/18 04:15 PM
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Thanks Father Al but I'm not asking about the transliteration but, as you posted, και του Γιού, the actual spelling using gamma Γ rather than upsilon, Y. You must have gotten this spelling/usage -- Γιού rather than 'Yιού -- from some source, and I'm asking what it is.

Re: Holy Trinity in greek [Re: Mamo] #417913
01/11/18 05:17 PM
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Actually, it was a matter of my misspelling the Greek. I apologize for the confusion I caused. I hope anyone who copied my erroneous spelling will correct it.

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