Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1573 - ἐκκακέω
- to be utterly spiritless, to be wearied out, exhausted
to be faint-hearted, lose heart, grow weary, v.l. for ἐγκ-, Luke 18:1 2 Corinthians 4:1; 2 Corinthians 4:16,al., cf. Vett. Val. 201.15, Gloss.
**† ἐν -κακέω , -ῶ
( Tr., ἐγκ -; Rec. ἐκκ -; cf. WH, Notes, 157 f.; <κακός , cowardly),
[in Sm.: Genesis 27:46, Numbers 21:5, Proverbs 3:11, Isaiah 7:16 *;]
to lose heart: Luke 18:1, 2 Corinthians 4:1; 2 Corinthians 4:16, Galatians 6:9, Ephesians 3:13, 2 Thessalonians 3:13 (Cremer, 330).†
ἐγκακέω , see ἐνκ -.
ἐκκακέω , -ῶ , see ἐνκακέω .
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BGU IV. 1043.3 (iii/A.D.) contains the word ἐνκακήσα [ντος (?), but in an uncertain context : it is, however, worth recording in view of the poverty of the ";profane"; attestation of this verb. See also Polyb. iv. 19. 10 τὸ μὲν πέμπειν τὰς βοηθείας. . . ἐνεκάκησαν, ";they omitted through cowardice to send assistance,"; and Vett. Valens, p. 201.15 ἐκκακοῦντες. On the form cf. WH Notes.2, p. 156 f.
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