I glode: or the others must be so in teaching the learner to imagine two aorists for εὑρίσκω, as, aor.
The English Language Robert Gordon Latham
They doubtless received their name from the number of hawks which were seen there, aor signifying hawk in Portuguese.
Ocean’s Story; or Triumphs of Thirty Centuries Edward Rowland
(US) album-oriented radio
advice of rights
at own risk
aopr Americans for Open Planetary Research
- Aoraki-mount cook
noun the official name for Mount Cook1
a verb tense, as in Classical Greek, expressing action or, in the indicative mood, past action, without further limitation or implication. of or in this tense. Historical Examples The present tense can be used instead of the aorist; and that on the principle of representation. The English Language Robert Gordon Latham Wherever there is the […]