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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1112 - γογγυσμός
murmuring, muttering, grumbling, Anaxandr. 31, M.Ant. 9.37, LXX Ex. 16.79, Acts 6:1, Cat.Cod.Astr. 7.139.
† γογγυσμός , -οῦ , ο
(< γογγύζω ),
a murmuring, muttering: John 7:12, Acts 6:1; ἄνευ γ ., 1 Peter 4:9; pl., χωρὶς γ ., Philippians 2:14.†
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Phrynichus (see Rutherford NP, p. 463) says that this noun, like its verb, was not ἀδόκιμον but Ionic : it is quoted from Anaxandrides, a. poet of the New Comedy.
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