It may be (tucon). Neuter accusative of second aorist active participle of tugcanw used as an adverb (in Plato and Xenophon, but nowhere else in N.T.). Or even winter (h kai paraceimasw). Future active of late verb paraceimazw (ceimwn, winter). See on Acts 27:12 ; Acts 28:11 ; Titus 3:12 . He did stay in Corinth for three months ( Acts 20:3 ), probably the coming winter. Whithersoever I go (ou ean poreuwmai). Indefinite local clause with subjunctive. As a matter of fact, Paul had to flee from a conspiracy in Corinth ( Acts 20:3 ).