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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1486 - ἔθω
- to be accustomed, used, wont
- that which is wont
- usage, custom
to be accustomed, to be wont: pres. only in part., κακὰ πόλλ' ἕρδεσκεν ἔθων much ill he wrought after his wont, Il. 9.540; οὓς παῖδες ἐριδμαίνωσιν ἔθοντες 16.260 (in these passages some Gramm. expld. ἔθων as, = βλάπτων, φθείρων (and it was so used by Call. Fr. 108), and (in 16.260) ἐρεθίζων, cf. ἔθει· φθείρει, ἐρεθίζει, Hsch., ἐθρίς, ἴθρις): pf. εἴωθα Il. 5.766, etc., and Ion. ἔωθα 8.408, etc., is used as pres.; plpf. εἰώθειν, Ion. ἐώθεα, as impf.; part. εἰωθώς, Ion. ἐωθώς, also in Archipp. 48, Araros 19; Dor. 3 pl. pf. ἐθώκατι Hsch.: mostly c. inf., Il. 5.766, Hdt. 3.31, Th. 1.99, etc.: impers., ὡς εἴωθε as is the custom, Ar. Ec. 282; ὥσπερ εἰώθει Plu. Sull. 9, etc.: freq. abs. in part., of persons, accustomed, customary, usual, ἡνιόχῳ εἰωθότι Il. 5.231; ὑμῖν.. τοῖς εἰώθοσιν who are used [to hear me], S. Ph. 939; οὐκ ἐωθώς praeter morem, Hdt. 1.111; of things, τὰ ἐωθότα νοήματα Id. 3.80; ἐν τῷ εἰ. τρόπῳ Pl. Ap. 27b, etc.: freq. in neut., παρὰ τὸ εἰ. contrary to custom, Th. 4.17, 55; τὰ εἰ. ordinary things, Ar. Ra. 1, Th. 2.51, etc.
pf. with Pres. sense εἴωθα ,
[in LXX: Numbers 24:1 (H6471), Da LXX Sus 1:13, Sirach 37:14, 4 Maccabees 1:12 *;]
to be accustomed, wont: Matthew 27:15, Mark 10:1; ptcp., τὸ εἰωθὸς , custom: κατὰ τὸ εἰ . (Nu, l.c.), Luke 4:16, Acts 17:2.†
εἴωθα , see ἔθω .
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P Hib I. 77.5 (B.C. 249) καὶ πρότερον εἰώθει, P Oxy VII. 1024.34 (A.D. 129) ἣν καταθήσεται εἰς τὴν γῆν ὑγιῶς ἐπακολουθούντων τῶν εἰωθότων, ";he shall sow it on the land in good faith under the observance of the usual officers"; (Ed.), P Giss I. 80.6 (iii/A.D.) τὰ [π ]εριστερίδι [α καὶ ὀ ]ρνυθάρια, ἃ οὐκ ἤωθα ἐσθεῖν (l. ἐσθίειν), πέμ [ψον, P Thead 19.5 (iv/A.D.) τοὺς ἀδικουμένους ὀρφανο [ύς ], ἡγέμων δέσπστα, ἐκδικεῖν εἴωθεν τὸ μεγαλεῖον τὸ σόν.
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