Koine


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a Greek dialect that flourished under the Roman Empire

a common language used by speakers of different languages

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3) However, the koine phonology that the Lishi yinjian outlines shares a great deal with the mixed standard for the first version of the National Pronunciation (which came to be known as Lao Guoyin [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] established in 1913, which was lan-qing Guanhua.
13) Ghinassi ha sottolineato che la dififusione del toscano non ha assunto l'aspetto di una irruzione in vacuum o di una sostituzione radicale, priva di residui, di un nuovo sistema ai vecchi sistemi locali, ma piuttosto quello di una penetrazione sviluppatasi in maniera lenta e graduale attraverso varie fasi di incontri a meta strada o di compromessi tra il sistema in espansione e i sistemi che lo fronteggiavano (Ghinassi, 1976b: 86)A proposito dell'uso dell'infinito in un copista della Vita di Sant'Alessio di Bonvesin de la Riva nel tardo Trecento, Wilhelm (2006: 20) nota che "confluiscono qui spinte diverse e in parte contrastanti, provenienti dal dialetto e dal latino, dalla incipiente koine regionale e in parte gia dal toscano letterario".
La formacion de la Koine Judeo-espanola en el siglo XVI.
By contrast, Mack, Piene, and Uecker offered the koine of sublimation: beautiful, technologically romantic, sometimes even transformative, but above all strategically transcending the recent past.
Phil Mobley is principal of Koine Communications, a content strategy and development firm that serves the commercial real estate industry.
Phil Mobley is Principal of Koine Communications, Based in Atlanta, a content strategy and development firm that serves the real estate industry.
De las primeras destaca su procedencia desde Tierra Firme o Panama, lo cual es relevante pues sus integrantes fueron portadores de la koine antillana desarrollada en Las Antillas.
Greek Orthodox Church (is a term referring to the body of several Churches within the larger communion of Eastern Orthodox Christianity, whose liturgy is or was traditionally conducted in Koine Greek, the original language of the New Testament.
Mas tarde, se postulo que su origen fue una koine formada por varios dialectos del espanol, entre los cuales habrian predominado el andaluz, que a su vez habria sido una koine peninsular, y el castellano viejo (Parodi 1995).
Why did the conquests of imperial Rome aid the spread of Koine ("common") Greek as well as Latin?
The title was derived from the Koine Greek "Ta Biblia" (the books) and was translated into Latin "Biblia" It contained the Old and New Testaments.
Sin embargo, cabe destacar que hoy dia la hermeneutica constituye una nueva koine (5), y en suma la lengua franca de la filosofia contemporanea, caracterizada por el presupuesto basico segun el cual la objetividad no constituye una instancia de ultimo punto de referencia, ya que dicha objetividad resulta determinada por la tradicion y por la historia.
Cuando el autor de Etica de la interpretacion se refiere a la hermeneutica como nueva koine plantea una solucion consensuada de la naturaleza general de la hermeneutica que seria como una suerte de consenso presupuesto en los debates acerca de si misma.
When approaching the English version of Tirano Banderas, the fact that Pavitt was neither a professional translator, nor a literary critic should be kept in mind, inasmuch as American reviewers who read the novel in Spanish stressed the difficulty of one if its key elements--the Latin American Spanish koine.
He explained the adoption of the vernacular follows this spirit, arguing that the Church officially allowed in the fourth century the use of the vernacular Latin "to replace the elitist and foreign Greek koine.