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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3034 - λιθάζω
- to overwhelm or pelt with stones
- of stoning, a Jewish mode of punishment
- to pelt one with stones, in order either to wound or kill him
1. fling stones, Arist. Pr. 881b1, Plb. 10.29.5; ἐπὶ σκοπόν Str. 15.1.43.
2. throw like stones, χρυσὸν εἴς τινα App. Reg. 4.
II stone, τινα Anaxandr. 16, LXX 2 Kings 16:6, John 10:31 : — Pass., dub. sens. in IGRom. 4.494.13 (Pergam.).
(< λίθος ),
[in LXX (seq. ἐν λίθοις ): 2 Samuel 16:6; 2 Samuel 16:13 (H5619 pi.)*;]
1. to throw stones (Arist., Polyb., al.).
2. = λιθοβολέω (LXX, NT), to pelt with stones, to stone: c. acc pers., John 8:6; John 10:31-31; John 11:8, Acts 14:10; pass., Acts 5:26, 2 Corinthians 11:25, Hebrews 11:37 (v. DB, Art., " Crimes and punishments," and cf. κατα -λιθάζω ).†
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On the conative usage of λιθάζετε in John 10:32 see Moulton Einleitung, p. 210, and cf. Proleg. p. 128 f., Wilcken Archiv v. p. 269.
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