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Greek has five cases and their use is determined by grammatical rules. If you are addressing someone you use the vocative case, e.g. θεέ μου. After the preposition πρὸς, meaning "towards" you use the accusative case, e.g. πρὸς τὸν... θεόν μου. Aramaic does not have grammatical cases. So “my god” is the same regardless of whether you are calling him, or ...



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