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#432 - ἄνηθον

probably of foreign origin
Parts of Speech
Noun Neuter
  1. anise, dill
    1. a used plant used as a spice and for medicine
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Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

ἄνηθον or ἄννηθον, τό,

Aeol. ἄνητον Alc. 36, Sapph. 78,128, also Anacr. ap. Poll. 6.107. ἄννητον Thphr. HP 9.7.3:

dill, Anethum graveolens, Ar. Nu. 982, Th. 486, Thphr. HP 1.11.2, Alex. 127.5, Theoc. 15.119, Matthew 23:23, Dsc. 3.58, SIG 1170.26 (ii A. D.), Bilabel Ὀψαρτ. p.10. (ἀνν- in Not to be confused with ἄννησον, q.v.)

* ἄνηθον , -ου , τό ,

anise: Matthew 23:23.†

Vocabulary of the Greek NT

Syll 804.26 (perhaps ii/A.D.) . μετ᾽ ἐλαίου, for headache. P Oxy VIII. 1088.67 (early i/A.D.), a collection of prescriptions, commends for a ὑπνωτικὸν πότημα · ὑοσ ̣κ ̣[υάμου. . ,] ἀννήσου (δρ.) α ̄, ὀπίου (τριώβολον) · μείξ [ας δός, ";soporific : henbane . . ., anise 1 dr. etc."; (Ed.) This spelling is also found in P Ryl II. 148.19 (A.D. 40).


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ανηθον άνηθον ἄνηθον ανήκοοι ανήκοος ανηκόων anethon anēthon ánethon ánēthon
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