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2.2.6.1. Transliteration

The transliteration of Hebrew and Greek makes use of the Arial Unicode MS font. If you are viewing this commentary in digital format you may need to obtain this commonly-available font in order for dots and overbars and underbars to be displayed within the transliteration (see below). A key for the transliteration from the original language symbols into Roman characters follows:

Greek transliteration examples: εὐαγγέλιον [euangelion] , μυστήριον [mystērion] , ὑπερ [hyper] , ῥαββι [hrabbi] , Ἰσραηλ [Israēl] , Ἰεροσόλυμα [Ierosolyma] . Hebrew transliteration examples: אָדָם [ʾāḏām] , אֶ֫רֶץ [ʾereṣ] , יִסְרָאֵל [yisrāʾēl] , יְרוּשָׁלַיִם [yerûšālayim] , אֱלֹהִים [ʾělōhîm] , יָהּ [yāh] .