In John 3:5, Jesus says that we must be "born of water and the Spirit".
Jesus answered, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born of water and the Spirit he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. John 3:5 (NASB)
In English, it is ambiguous as to whether this refers to one birth (of water and Spirit), or two births (one of water, and the other of Spirit). What I would like to know is, in the original Greek, is it more clear whether Jesus is referring to separate births, or a single one?
I realize that this is a near duplicate of What does it mean to be “born of water”?, but I am specifically interested in the ambiguity of this phrase in the original Greek, and not the various interpretations of this passage.
I'm looking for an answer that analyses the Greek, and concludes whether this phrase is ambiguous in Greek also, or tends toward either a single or separate births.