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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1089 - γεύομαι
[in LXX chiefly for H2938;]
to make to taste. Mid., to taste, eat: absol., Acts 10:10; Acts 20:11, Colossians 2:21; c. gen., Matthew 27:34, Luke 14:24, Acts 23:14; c. acc (not cl., but v. Westc., Heb., l.c.; M, Pr., 66, 245), John 2:9. Metaph., Hebrews 6:4; ῥῆμα θεοῦ , Hebrews 6:5 (on case, v. supr., and cf. Milligan, NTD, 68); θανάτου (cf. Talmudic מִיתָה טַעַם ), Matthew 16:28, Mark 9:1, Luke 9:27, John 8:52, Hebrews 2:9; seq. ὅτι , 1 Peter 2:3 (Cremer, 148).†
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For γ . with genitive, cf. the standing formula in the libelli of the Decian persecution (A.D. 250) τῶν ἱερῶν ἐγευσάμην , e.g. P Oxy IV. 658.12 (= Selections, p. 116). With the acc., as in John 2:9 and in the LXX fairly often, it may be cited from Preisigke 1106 (Ptolemaic), where sundry officials καὶ οἱ συμπόσιον γευόμενοι join in a complimentary monument to their entertainer. See Abbott, Joh. Gr. p. 76 f.; and on the change of construction in Hebrews 6:4 f. see Milligan Documents, p. 68. The verb is used absolutely (as in Acts 10:10) in Preisigke 1944 (inscr. on a cup—Roman age) ἐκ τούτου ἐγευσάμην . The verbal occurs, negatived, in P Giss I. 19.12 (ii/A.D.) ἄ [γ ]ευστος ἐκοιμώμην , ";I was going to bed without bite or sup."; The noun from a compound may be observed in a small undated fragment, CPHerm 27 προσγεύσεως τ [ . . . : ἀρτοκόπῳ appears just below. MGr has γεύομαι still, = ";taste,"; ";eat.";
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