Sounds like an interesting project. In this particular case, which play would be involved ? I am highly tickled by your riddle, John. Can you tell, or are you not supposed to tell till the end of the play ?Originally Posted by John LemonHere's from my Liddel & Scott's An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon 1975, Oxford, p.44;Originally Posted by John Lemon
amnesti'a, he (fem.) forgetfulness of wrong, an amnesty (Plutarch)
amni'on, to' (neut.) a bowl in which the blood of victims was caught, Od. (Derivation uncertain)"amnion of amnestia" would have the construction, "amni'on" (In which case will it be used ? Just the singular nominative case ?) + the genetive of "amnest'ia." (number is singular or plural ?) Could you please verify the number & case of amnion you want ? Or do you want the whole paradigm in all cases, singular and plural ?Originally Posted by John Lemon
Or does your "amnion of forgetting" want to have the verbal noun, the infinitive, of
amneemone'oo 1) to be unmindful, 2) to make no mention of, not to speak of ?