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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3589 - ὀγδοήκοντα
ὀγδο-ήκοντα, οἱ, αἱ, τά,
eighty, Th. 5.47, etc.: Ion. and Dor. ὀγδώκοντα Il. 2.568, Hdt. 1.163, Theoc. 4.34; ὀδώκοντα Ostr. 323.6 (ii B. C.).
eighty: Luke 2:37; Luke 16:7.†
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";actually,"; ";indeed,"; as in Galatians 3:21, is seen in P Giss I. 22.6 (time of Trajan) πρὸ π ]άν [τ ]ων εὔχομ [α ]ι. . . . τὴν [γλυκυ ]τάτην σου ὄψιν προσκυ [νῆσαι ] νυ ̣̑ν ὄντως ἀμοιβ [ὴ ]ν [ . . . ] τῆς εὐσεβείας μου κτλ. For its use, virtually as an adj., preceded by the art. and followed by a noun (1 Timothy 5:3; 1 Timothy 5:16, we may cite Ep. ad Diogn. x. 7, Arist. Apol. iv. 1. Cf. MGr τόντις, ";really"; : few adverbs in –ως have survived in MGr.
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