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Strong's #3591 - ὄγκος

Transliteration
ónkos
Phonetics
ong'-kos
Origin
probably from the same as (G43)
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TDNT
5:41,666
Definition
Thayer's
  1. whatever is prominent, protuberance, bulk, mass
    1. hence a burden, weight, encumbrance
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KJV (1)
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1
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1
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ESV (1)
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Verse Results
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

ὄγκος

(A), ,

1. barb of an arrow, in pl., the barbed points, νεῦρόν τε καὶ ὄγκους Il. 4.151, cf. 214; ὄγκοι τοῦ βέλους Philostr. Im. 2.23: sg., Onos. 19.3.

2. οἱ τῆς νεὼς ὄ. brackets, Moschio ap. Ath. 5.208b.

ὄγκος

(B), ,

1. bulk, size, mass of a body, μελέων ἀριδείκετον ὄ. Emp. 20.1; ἀέρος ὄ. Id. 100.13; σφαίρης ἐναλίγκιον ὄγκῳ Parm. 8.43: freq. in Pl., μήτε ὄγκῳ μήτε ἀριθμῷ Tht. 155a; τὸν.. ὄ. τοῦ ἀριθμοῦ their total number, Lg. 737c; τὸν τῶν σαρκῶν ὄ. ib. 959c; σμικρᾶς πόλεως ὄ. a city of small size, Plt. 259b; ἔχθρας ὄ. μέγαν Lg. 843b; θαυμαστὸν ὄ. ἀράμενοι τοῦ μύθου taking on my shoulders a monstrous great story, Plt. 277b, etc.: freq. also in Arist., the space filled by a body, opp. τὸ κενόν, Ph. 203b28, al.; ἴσος τὸν ὄ. in bulk, GC 326b20; ὄγκῳ μικρόν EN 1178a1, etc. flatulent distentions, Diocl.Fr. 43 (pl.).

2. bulk, mass, body, ὄ. φρυγάνων a heap of faggots, Hdt. 4.62; ὄ. μαλθακός mass or roll of something soft, Hp. Art. 26; σμικρὸς ὄ. ἐν σμικρῷ κύτει, of a dead man's ashes, S. El. 1142; γαστρὸς ὄ., of a child in the womb, E. Ion 15; ὄ. πλήρης φλεβίων Arist. HA 515b1: pl., ὄγκοι bodies, material substances, Id. Metaph. 1085a12, 1089b14; also ὁ ὄ. τῆς φωνῆς the volume of the note, Id. Aud. 804a15.

3. a bushy top-knot, Poll. 4.133.

4. the human body, τῆς χολῆς ἀναχεομένης εἰς τὸν ὄ. Ruf. Anat. 30, cf. Sor. 1.26, Plu. 2.653f, Gal. 1.272.

II

1. metaph., bulk, weight, trouble, βραχεῖ σὺν ὄ. S. OC 1341.

2. weight, dignity, pride, and in bad sense, self-importance, pretension, ὄ. ὀνόματος μητρῷος pride in the name of mother, Id. Tr. 817; ὄγκον αἴρειν exalt one's dignity, Id. Aj. 129; βραχὺν.. μῦθον οὐκ ὄγκου πλέων of pretension, Id. OC 1162; μείζον' ὄ. δορὸς ἤ φρενῶν E. Tr. 1158; ἔχει τιν' ὄ. Ἄργος Ἑλλήνων πάρα Id. Ph. 717; ἐς ὄ. βλέπειν τύχης Id. Fr. 81; τοῖς ζῶσι δ' ὄγκος Id. Rh. 760; ὁ τῶν ὑπεροπτικῶν ὄ. Isoc. 1.30; τῷ.. γένους ὄγκῳ Pl. Alc. 1.121b; πραγμάτων ὄ. Epicur. Fr. 548; τῆς ἀρχῆς τὸ μέγεθος καὶ ὁ ὄ. Plu. Fab. 4; ὄγκον περιθεῖναί τινι Id. Per. 4, etc.

3. of style, loftiness, majesty, ὄ. τῆς λέξεως Arist. Rh. 1407b26; ὁ τοῦ ποιήματος ὄ. Id. Po. 1459b28, cf. Demetr. Eloc. 36, al.: in bad sense, bombast, ὁ Αἰσχύλου ὄ. Plu. 2.79b.

III in Philos., particle, mass, body, Epicur. Ephesians 1 p.16U., Nat. 12G., Ascl Bith. ap. S.E. M. 9.363; so in the physiology of the Methodics, ὄγκοι καὶ πόροι, = molecules and pores, Id. ap. Gal. 1.499.

ὄγκος

(C), ον, as Adj.; v. cross ὀγκηρός fin.

Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

* ὄγκος , -ου , ,

bulk, mass; metaph., an encumbrance: Hebrews 12:1.†

SYN.: βάρος G922, a weight; φορτίον G5413, a burden, that which is borne.


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P Oxy VI. 900.7 (A.D. 322) ὑποβληθέντος ε ̣̀τ ̣ι εἰς κονδουκτορίαν τοῦ ὀξέος δρόμου τοῦ εὐτυχῶς εἰσιόντος ἔτους, ";I have besides been nominated as contractor for the express-post for the year auspiciously approaching"; (Edd.) : see the editors’ note, and cf. Romans 3:15 ὀξεῖς οἱ πόδες αὐτῶν ἐκχέαι αἷμα. It may be noted that the express postal service (cursus velox) with horses was introduced into Egypt after the time of Diocletian, to give way, however, under Justinian to the old service with asses : cf. P Flor I. 39.7 (A.D. 396), P Oxy I. 140.7 (A.D. 550), and see the introduction to P Hamb I. 9. On the form ὀξεῖα cf. Moulton Gr. ii. p. 118. The comp. ὀξύτερον is contrasted with βαθύτερον in P Lond 899.5 (ii/A.D.) (= III. p. 208) in connexion with some purple, πορφύριον.

 

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