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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3126 - μαμμωνᾶς
- riches (where it is personified and opposed to God)
wealth, Luke 16:9,al. (Aramaic word.)
(Rec. μαμμ -), -ᾶ (Bl., § 7, 4), ό
(Aram. מָמוֺנָא ),
mammon, riches: Matthew 6:24, Luke 16:9; Luke 16:11; Luke 16:13.†
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For the gen. form μαμωνᾶ (Luke 16:9), see Robertson Gr. p. 254 f. According to Dalman (Gr..2 p. 170 f., Anm. 1) μαμωνᾶς is derived from מַאֵמוֹן, ";deposited.";
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