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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3499 - νεκρόω
- to make dead, to put to death, slay
- worn out
- of an impotent old man
- to deprive of power, destroy the strength of
I make dead, mortify, μόριόν τι Gal. 11.265: — Pass., νενεκρῶσθαι τὸ μόριον Id. 18(1).156: metaph., τὰ δόγματα.. δύναται νεκρωθῆναι M.Ant. 7.2; οὐ ψυχὴ κυρίως, ἀλλὰ νενεκρωμένη τις Simp. in Ph. 1066.27; to be dead, νεκρωθείς IG 14.1976; νενεκρωμένος, of the body of Abraham, Romans 4:19.
II metaph., mortify, νεκρώσατε τὰ μέλη Colossians 3:5.
† νειφόω , ῶ
to make dead, put to death; pass., to be dead: hyperbolically, of impotent age, Hebrews 11:12; σῶμα , Romans 4:19. Trop., of carnal impulses, τὰ μέλη , Colossians 3:5.†
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P Grenf II. 32.5 (B.C. 101) οὐλὴ ὀδόντι —";a curious phrase, meaning presumably that he had a front tooth broken"; (Edd.). The nom. of ὀδόντος, which is formed by vocalic assimilation from ἔδοντος, pres. part, of ἔδω (cf. Lat. edo), should really be ὀδών (Boisacq, p. 686). MGr δόντι.
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