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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary

#304 - ἀναβαθμός

Transliteration
anabathmós
Phonetics
an-ab-ath-mos'
Origin
from (G305) [cf (G898)]
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TDNT
None
Definition
  1. an ascent
  2. a means of going up, a flight of stairs, stairs
Strong #: 4609 ‑ מַעֲלָה (mah‑al‑aw');  
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Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

ἀναβαθ-μός, ὁ,

flight of steps, stair, Hdt. 2.125, Arist. Oec. 1347a5, D.C. 65.21; δι' ἀναβαθμῶν by degrees, Ph. 2.557.

ἀνα -βαθμός , -οῦ ,

(<ἀναβαίνω ),

[in LXX for H4609: 1 Kings 10:19-20, 2 Kings 9:13; 2 Kings 20:9 ff, 2 Chronicles 9:18-19, Isaiah 38:8, Ezekiel 40:6; Ezekiel 40:49; ᾠδὴ τῶν ἀ ., tit. Psalms 120:1-7; Psalms 121:1-8; Psalms 122:1-9; Psalms 123:1-4; Psalms 124:1-8; Psalms 125:1-5; Psalms 126:1-6; Psalms 127:1-5; Psalms 128:1-6; Psalms 129:1-8; Psalms 130:1-8; Psalms 131:1-3; Psalms 132:1-18; Psalms 133:1-3; Psalms 134:1-3)*;]

1. a going up, an ascent (Pss, ll. c. ?).

2. a step (LXX); p1., a flight of stairs: Acts 21:35; Acts 21:40. (On the formation -θμός , v. MM, VGT, s.v.)†


Vocabulary of the Greek NT

Syll 587.308 (iv/B.C.) ἀναβαζμ [ο ]ύς (i.e. -σμούς), apparently parts of a τροχιλεία, on which see Dittenberger’s note. For examples of . in late Greek, cf. Aelian vi. 61, xi. 31; Dion Cass. lxv. 21, lxviii. 5 (Lobeck Phryn., p. 324). Rutherford (NP, p. 372) adds the note of Moeris, βασμὸς Ἀττικῶς, βαθμὸς Ἑλληνικῶς, in confirmation of Phrynichus, who tells us that the θ is Ionic : for the relation of the -σμός and -θμός suffixes see Brugmann-Thumb.4 p. 218 f.

 

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αναβαθμοί αναβαθμοίς αναβαθμους αναβαθμούς αναβάθμους ἀναβαθμούς αναβαθμων αναβαθμών αναβάθμων ἀναβαθμῶν anabathmon anabathmôn anabathmōn anabathmō̂n anabathmous anabathmoús
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