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Strong's #3101 - μαθητής

Transliteration
mathētḗs
Phonetics
math-ay-tes'
Origin
from (G3129)
Parts of Speech
masculine noun
TDNT
4:415,552
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Definition   
Thayer's
  1. a learner, pupil, disciple
Frequency Lists
Verse Results
ASV (283)
Matthew 80
Mark 53
Luke 39
John 81
Acts 30
BSB (262)
Matthew 73
Mark 46
Luke 37
John 78
Acts 28
CSB (261)
Matthew 72
Mark 46
Luke 37
John 78
Acts 28
ESV (257)
Matthew 71
Mark 44
Luke 38
John 78
Acts 28
KJV (268)
Matthew 74
Mark 45
Luke 38
John 81
Acts 30
LEB (0)
The Lexham English Bible
did not use
this Strong's Number
LSB (261)
Matthew 72
Mark 46
Luke 37
John 78
Acts 28
N95 (260)
Matthew 72
Mark 46
Luke 37
John 78
Acts 27
NAS (259)
Matthew 72
Mark 46
Luke 37
John 78
Acts 27
NLT (257)
Matthew 89
Mark 52
Luke 42
John 89
Acts 42
WEB (287)
Matthew 81
Mark 53
Luke 39
John 84
Acts 30
YLT (253)
Matthew 70
Mark 45
Luke 36
John 74
Acts 28
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

μᾰθητ-ής, οῦ, ὁ,

learner, pupil, τῆς Ἑλλάδος Hdt. 4.77, Mosch. 3.95, etc.; of dancing, SIG 1094.6 (Eleusis, iv B. C.): freq. in Att. of the pupils of philosophers and rhetoricians, οὐ θέμις πλὴν τοῖς μ. λέγειν Ar. Nu. 140; οἱ Πρωταγόρου μ. Pl. Prt. 315a, al.; ἐμοὺς μαθητάς Id. Ap. 33a: c. gen. rei, τούτου τοῦ μαθήματος μ. a studento fit, Id. R. 618c; μ. ἰατρικῆς a student of medicine, ib. 599c; μ. περί τινος Id. La. 186e; apprentice, POxy. 725.15 (ii A. D.).

Thayer's Expanded Definition

μαθητής, μαθητοῦ, (μανθάνω), a learner, pupil, disciple: universally, opposed to διδάσκαλος, Matthew 10:24; Luke 6:40; τίνος, one who follows one's teaching: Ἰωάννου, Matthew 9:14; Luke 7:18 (19); John 3:25; τῶν Φαρισαίων, Matthew 22:16; Mark 2:18; Luke 5:33; Μωϋσέως, John 9:28; of Jesus — in a wide sense, in the Gospels, those among the Jews who favored him, joined his party, became his adherents: John 6:66; John 7:3; John 19:38; ὄχλος μαθητῶν αὐτοῦ, Luke 6:17; οἱ μαθητοι αὐτοῦ ἱκανοί, Luke 7:11; ἅπαν τό πλῆθος τῶν μαθητῶν, Luke 19:31; but especially the twelve apostles: Matthew 10:1; Matthew 11:1; Matthew 12:1; Mark 8:27; Luke 8:9; John 2:2; John 3:22, and very often; also simply οἱ μαθηταί, Matthew 13:10; Matthew 14:19; Mark 10:24; Luke 9:16; John 6:11 (Rec.), etc.; in the Acts οἱ μαθηταί are all those who confess Jesus as the Messiah, Christians: Acts 6:1f, 7; Acts 9:19; Acts 11:26, and often; with τοῦ κυρίου added, Acts 9:1. The word is not found in the O. T, nor in the Epistles of the N. T., nor in the Apocalypse; in Greek writings from (Herodotus), Aristophanes, Xenophon, Plato down.


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Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

μαθμτής , -οῦ ,

(μανθάνω ),

[in LXX only as v.l. (A) in Jeremiah 13:2; Jeremiah 20:11; Jeremiah 46:9 *;]

a disciple: opp. to διδάσκαλος , Matthew 10:24, Luke 6:40; Ἰωάννου , Matthew 9:14, Luke 7:18, John 3:25; τ . Φαρισαίων , Matthew 22:16, Mark 2:18, Luke 5:33; Μωυσέως , John 9:28; Ἰησοῦ , Luke 6:17; Luke 7:11; Luke 19:3, John 6:66; John 7:3; John 19:38; esp. the twelve, Matthew 10:1; Matthew 11:1, Mark 7:17, Luke 8:9, John 2:2, al.; later, of Christians generally, Acts 6:1-2; Acts 6:7; Acts 9:19, al.; τ . κυρίου , Acts 9:1. †


Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament.
Copyright © 1922 by G. Abbott-Smith, D.D., D.C.L.. T & T Clarke, London.
Vocabulary of the Greek NT

In a return of hieroglyphic inscribers, P Oxy VII. 1029.25 (A.D. 107), the ἱερόγλυφοι declare on oath that the list is exhaustive, and that there were no apprentices or strangers versed in their art—ὀμνύομεν. . . μηδὲ ἔχει [ν ] μαθητὰς ἢ ἐπιξένους χρωωμένους (l. χρωμ -) τῇ τέχνῃ εἰς τὴν ἐνεστῶσαν ἡμέραν. The word is probably (to be read in BGU I. 328 i. 24 (ii/A.D.). The distinction between μάθημα and μάθησις is well seen in PSI I. 94.8 f. (ii/A.D.) προσεδρεύει ἰς τὰ μαθήματα · ζηλοῖ γὰρ τὴν μάθησιν, ";he is regular in attendance at his studies, for he is eager in acquiring knowledge"; : cf. also P Oxy X. 1296.6 (iii/A.D.) ἀμερίμνη οὖν, πάτερ, χάριν τῶν μαθημάτων ἡμῶν, ";do not be anxious, father, about my studies"; (Edd.), ib. IV. 724.8 (A.D. 155) πρὸς μάθησιν σημείων —contract of apprenticeship to a shorthand-writer, and from the inscrr. IMAe VII. 449.7 πᾶσαν μάθησιν ὑμνοποιὸν ἐνδιδούς. MGr μαθητής, plur. μαθητές or μαθητάδες.

 


The Vocabulary of the Greek New Testament.
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List of Word Forms
αὐτοῦ μαθηται μαθηταί μαθηταὶ μαθηταις μαθηταίς μαθηταῖς μαθητας μαθητάς μαθητὰς μαθητη μαθητή μαθητῇ μαθητην μαθητήν μαθητὴν μαθητης μαθητής μαθητὴς μαθητου μαθητού μαθητοῦ μαθητων μαθητών μαθητῶν μαθηών autou mathetai mathetaí mathetaì mathētai mathētaí mathētaì mathetais mathetaîs mathētais mathētaîs mathetas mathetás mathetàs mathētas mathētás mathētàs mathete mathētē mathetêi mathētē̂i matheten mathetḕn mathētēn mathētḕn mathetes mathetḗs mathetḕs mathētēs mathētḗs mathētḕs matheton mathetôn mathētōn mathētō̂n mathetou mathetoû mathētou mathētoû
 
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