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dim_mavro

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τῷ πεφιλημένῳ > to the beloved
« on: 07 Feb, 2006, 11:14:49 »
just wondering the exact meaning of this word.
i have an idea but i would like to know for sure.

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Απ: τω πεφιλημένω > to the beloved
« Reply #1 on: 07 Feb, 2006, 11:35:25 »
Ιt means to the beloved (used for singular masculine or neutral).

It is the passive present participle (masculine) in the dative case of the Ancient Greek verb "φιλέω,-ώ", which means "love, consider a friend, treat in a friendly way, take care of".

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Re: τω πεφιλημένω > to the beloved
« Reply #2 on: 07 Feb, 2006, 11:44:56 »
I thank you very very much . I knew it was to-do with Love.
i was given a photo my a priest and it used this word, but i was just curious as to what it truley meant.

thanks for your help, i hope to post soon.

theos mazi sou
dimitri