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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #201 - ἀκροατήριον
- a place set aside for hearing and deciding cases
I place of audience, Acts 25:23; lecture-room, Ph. 1.528 (pl.), Plu. 2.45f, etc.
II audience, Id. Cat.Ma. 22.
ἀκροατήριον, , τό (ἀκροάομαι to be a hearer), place of assemblage for hearing, auditorium; like this Latin word in Roman Law, ἀκροατ. in Acts 25:23 denotes a place set apart for hearing and deciding cases, (yet cf. Meyer at the passage). (Several times in Plutarch, and other later writers.)
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*† ἀκροατήριον , -ου , τό
(<ἀκροάομαι , to listen),
a place of audience: Acts 25:23 (Plut.).†
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