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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1105 - γνόφος
γνόφ-ος, later form for δνόφος, darkness, Chron.Lind. D. 28, Hebrews 12:18, D.Chr. 34.37 (pl.), Luc. Peregr. 43: pl., storm-clouds, Arist. Mu. 391b12.
γνόφος , -ου , ὁ
(later form of δν -),
darkness, gloom (including "an element of tempest," Tr., Syn., § c): Hebrews 12:18.†
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Vettius Valens, p. 145.16, ἀστασία ἀνέμων γίνεται καὶ γνόφος . The use of ὁ γνόφος for the earlier and poetic ὁ δνόφος begins with Aristotle.
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