Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
#46 - ἄγναφος
- unmilled, unfulled, undressed, unprocessed, new
ἄγνᾰφος, ον, (γνάπτω) =
foreg., Matthew 9:16, Mark 2:21, PLond. 2.193v22 (ii A.D.).
*† ἄγναφος , -ον
(=ἄγναπτος , < γνάπτω , late form of κνάπτω , to card wool),
uncarded, undressed, i.e. new (MM, VGT, s.v.): Matthew 9:26, Mark 2:21.†
In P Lond 193 verso .22 (ii/A.D.) ( = II. p. 246) a borrower pledges her κιτῶν (α) ἄγναφο (ν) λευκό (ν), ";new white shirt,"; for an advance of 11 drachmas. P Hamb I. 10.32 (ii/A.D.) has it in a list of garments that had been stolen, including an abolla ἄγναφος : P. M. Meyer renders ";ungewalkt, frisch vom Webstuhl, rudis,"; and gives some other references. Plutarch 169C, 691D, has ἄγναπτος, ";undressed, uncarded.";
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