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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3442 - μονόφθαλμος
- deprived of one eye, having one eye
Ion. μουν-, ον,
one-eyed, Hdt. 3.116, 4.27, Str. 2.1.9, Matthew 18:9 : rejected by Phryn. 112; expld. as one who has one eye, like the Cyclops, opp. ἑτερόφθαλμος, one who has lost an eye, Ammon. Diff. p.60 V.
* μον -όφθαλμος , -ον
Ionic and κοινή ,
one-eyed, having one eye: Matthew 18:9, Mark 9:47.†
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In P Hib I. 52.7 (c. B.C. 245) we read of certain persons who had used up the pastures—ἀποκέχρηνται ταῖς νομαῖς, in circumstances which are far from clear : cf. P Oxy II. 244.5 (A.D. 23) the transference of sheep νο [μῶ ]ν χάριν, ";for the sake of pasturage,"; ib. X. 1279.18 (A.D. 139) a lease of State and on this condition—ἔχειν με τὰς νομὰς καὶ ἐπινομὰς φόρου τῶν ομῶν (l. νομῶν) κατ᾽ ἔτος σὺν παντὶ δραχμῶν τεσσάρων, ";that I shall have the pastures and secondary pastures at the annual rent for the pastures of four drachmae in all"; (Edd.), P Tebt II. 317.28 (A.D. 174–5) π [ε ]ρ ̣ὶ μισθώσεως νομῶν, ";concerning a lease of pastures,"; and P Ryl II. 100.9 (A.D. 238) πρὸς τὴν τῶν προβάτων [βρῶσιν καὶ κοίτη ]ν καὶ νομήν, ";for the maintenance, folding, and pasturing of sheep."; On a tax εἰς τὰς νομάς, see Wilcken Ostr i. p. 265 f. For the legal phrase νομὴ ἄδικος, ";unjust possession,"; see P Tebt II. 286.7 (A.D. 121–38) with the editor’s note, and cf. ib. 335.12 (mid. iii/A.D.), and for μακρᾶς νομῆς παραγραφή, ";longae possessionis praescriptio,"; see Chrest. II. 374 (iii/A.D.). Νομεύς, ";shepherd,"; appears in P Oxy II. 245.17 (A.D. 26), and the verb in ib..10 ἃ νεμήσεται σὺν τος (l. τοῖς) ἐπακολουθοῦσι ἄρνασι περὶ Πέλα, ";which (sheep) will pasture, together with the lambs that may be produced, in the neighbourhood of Pela."; The wider sense of ";belong to,"; ";hold sway in,"; is seen in OGIS 50.3 (mid. iii/B.C.) τοῖς τὴν σύνοδον νέμουσιν, with reference to the members of an association or club, see Dittenberger’s note and cf. Plaumann Ptolemais, p. 62.
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