Aorist

Aorist is the name given to one of the tenses of the verb in some languages (as the Greek), which expresses indefinite past time.
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Aorist

[Ancient Greek] In the grammar of Ancient Greek, including Koine, the aorist (pronounced t or t) is a class of verb forms that generally portray a situation as simple or undivided, that is, as having perfective aspect. In the grammatical terminology of classical Greek, it is a tense, one of the seven divisions of the conjugation of a verb, ...
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aorist

[n] - a verb tense in some languages (classical Greek
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Aorist

A'o┬Ěrist (ā'o*rĭst) noun [ Greek 'ao`ristos indefinite; 'a priv. + 'ori`zein to define, ... boundary, limit.] (Gram.) A tense in the Greek language, which expresses an action as completed in past time, but leaves it, in other respects, wholly indete...
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aorist

noun a verb tense in some languages (classical Greek and Sanskrit) expressing action (especially past action) without indicating its completion or continuation
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Aorist

• (n.) A tense in the Greek language, which expresses an action as completed in past time, but leaves it, in other respects, wholly indeterminate.
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aorist

aorist: see tense.
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Aorist

(Gr.) Referring to unspecified past time without implication of continuance or repetition; indefinite j undefined. -- C.A.B.
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Aorist

Aorist (t; abbreviated {sc|aor}) is a grammatical term used to denote particular verb forms in certain languages. It is used particularly with regard to Ancient Greek, and to certain other Indo-European languages such as Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit, Armenian and Macedonian, as well as languages influenced by the Indo-European tradition, such as ...
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aorist

expressing simple past time with no continuance
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