I see there is a word in Classical Greek "triakontaphullos, meaning: "one who has never read more than thirty pages."
I'm wondering how would that be expressed in the negative, as if to say "I am not one who...."
Your help is much appreciated.
here’s the ancient Greek translation for “I am not one who has never read more than thirty pages":
“Τριακοντάφυλλος οὐκ εἰμί “ transliterated as “Triakontáfullos ouk eimí “
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-Τριακοντάφυλλος / Triakontáfullos (nominative case) = one who has never read more than thirty pages.
This word is an "unicum" as it appears only once in John Tzetzes, a Bizantine poet and grammarian who has lived at Constantinople (today Istanbul) during the 12th century.
- οὐκ /ouk (negative) = not
-εἰμί / eimí (1st person singular, present indicative) = I am