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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1723 - ἐναγκαλίζομαι
- to take into one's arms, embrace
I Med., take in one's arms, AP 7.476.10 (Mel.), LXX Pr. 24.48; τέκνα Plu. Cam. 5, IG 12(7).395.25 (Amorgos): metaph., Νεῖλος [ πόλιν ] ἐ. Procop.Gaz. 133; of a science, Apollon. Cit. 3.
II Pass., to be taken in the arms, D.S. 3.58.
† ἐν -αγκαλίζομαι
(< ἀγκάλη ),
[in LXX for H2264 pi., Proverbs 6:10; Proverbs 24:33*;]
to take into one's arms: Mark 9:36; Mark 10:16.†
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IG XII. 7, 395.25 ὧν τέκ [ν ]α ἐνηνκαλίσατο (cited by Herwerden Lex. s.v.). See also LS.9.
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