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  • The word used by Luke, "genoito," is in this mood!

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  • And the Greek word me genoito is even more impressive.

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  • This is also the case for the Greek word: in the Septuagint, at the end of the same Psalms, where we read "genoito, genoito," the original Hebrew has "Amen, amen!"

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  • But Mary did not speak Latin and so did not say "fiat"; nor did she speak Greek and so did not say "genoito," which is the word we find at that point in Luke's Greek text.

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  • This word Amen answers in the Hebrew language to genoito [so be it].

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  • Hom.iii. 71: hopote chreia tinos porou pros to anankaion genoito, hama hoi pantes sumballesthe (“Whenever any funds are needed, club together, all of you”).

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  • S: 119, kai tis eipe ton paronton akousas ... pros Then, ouk en tois prosthen hemin logois auto to enantion ton nuni legomenon homologeito, ek tou elattonos to meizon gignesthai, kai ek tou meizonos to elatton, kai atechnos haute einai he genesis tois enantiois ek ton enantion; nun de moi dokei legesthai hoti touto ouk an pote genoito.

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  • 'Arche he men legetai hothen an ti tou pragmatos kinetheie proton; hoion tou mekous, kai hodou ... he de hothen an kallista hekaston genoito; hoion kai matheseos, ouk apo tou protou kai tes tou pragmatos arches eniote arkteon, all' hothen rast 'an mathoi, he de, hothen proton ginetai enuparchontos; hoion hos ploiou tropis, kai oikias themelios.

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  • *, 'Arche he men legetai hothen an ti tou pragmatos kinetheie proton; hoion tou mekous, kai hodou ... he de hothen an kallista hekaston genoito; hoion kai matheseos, ouk apo tou protou kai tes tou pragmatos arches eniote arkteon, all' hothen rast 'an mathoi, he de, hothen proton ginetai enuparchontos; hoion hos ploiou tropis, kai oikias themelios: [1936] 1

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  • [25] _E.g. tutthon d 'osson apothen_ becomes _procul tantum_; _panta d' enalla genoito_ becomes _omnia vel medium fiant mare_, &c.

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