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John 3:15
I put this in the "split words" forum, but maybe it should go here.

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I think it may belong in both. While it is a 'minor change', so belonging here, that is an important split word also, as it is a threesome, which is allowable by the Aramaic root, so I think supplies even greater evidence than just a 'regular split word' <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smile.gif" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile -->

I think we need to start making up 'nicknames' for the different types of evidence, as Steve Caruso has mad "split word" for diff. in Greek texts explained by an Aramaic root.

Here's one to get it going: Examples like GRBO for rope/camel show differences between Greek and Aramaic (as opposed to Greek and Greek), explained by an Aramaic root: "peudo split word", "semi split word".

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