Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3424 - μογιλάλος
- speaking with difficulty
μογῐλάλος [ ᾰ], ον, (μόγις, λαλέω)
having an impediment in one's speech, LXX Isaiah 35:6, Mark 7:32, Ptol. Tetr. 150, Vett.Val. 73.12, Aët. 8.38.
† μογι -λάλος , -ον
(< μόγις , λάλος ),
[in LXX: Isaiah 35:6 (H483) *;]
speaking with difficulty: Mark 7:32 (Tr., txt., μογγιλάλος , thick-voiced, v. Swete, in l).†
μογγι -λάλος , see μογιλάλος .
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In Syll 631 (=.3 1040).26 (beginning of iv/B.C.) νηφάλ [ι ]οι τρες βωμοί may refer either to altars at which only wineless offerings were made, or perhaps to cakes made in the form of an altar, free from all infusion of wine : see Dittenberger’s note, and cf. Roberts-Gardner ii. p. 380. The acc. fem. plur. νηφαλίους in 1 Timothy 3:11 is found in Plutarch. For the late νηφάλεος see Moulton Gr. ii. p. 76.
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