In a message dated 6/5/2001 2:55:36 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
<< Unfortunately, the word HGEMONEUONTOS is always taken not for a noun,
but is mistaken as a verb in the present participle in the genitive case.
HGEMONEUMA is the feminine noun and HGEMONEUS is the masculine, and
HGEMONEUONTOS is the genitive of the noun, not the verb. >>
John, I am glad that you finally make this point plainly. It seems that it
has lain beneath the surface of several previous points. However,
gives HGEMONEWS as the genitive of the noun HGEMONEUS. How do you arrive at
the idea that the correct genitive for this noun is HGEMONEUONTOS?
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