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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #215 - ἀλάλητος
- not to be uttered, not expressed in words
ἀλάλητος [ λᾰ], ον,
I unspeakable, unutterable, v.l. in Thgn. 422, cf. Revelation 5:3 (Phld.), Romans 8:26. Adv. -τως, as expl. of ἀλόγως, Eust. 723.30.
II ἀλάλητα· ξύλα ποταμόκλυστα, γομφώδη, Hsch.
ἀλάλητος, (λαλητός from λαλέω; (cf. Winers Grammar, 23)), not to be uttered, not to be expressed in words: στεναγμοί mute sighs, the expression of which is suppressed by grief, Romans 8:26 (others, 'which (from their nature) cannot be uttered'; cf. Meyer at the passage; Winers Grammar, 97 (92)). (Anth. Pal. 5, 4 συνίστορα ἀλαλήτων, i. e. of love-secrets.)
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† ἀ -λάλητος , -ον
(< λαλέω ),
inexpressible, not to be uttered: Romans 8:26.†
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