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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3651 - ὁλοτελής
- perfect, complete in all respects
quite complete, 1 Thessalonians 5:23, Placit. 5.21.2, Vett.Val. 247.8; ἀνεισφορία IG 7.2713.45 (Acraephia). Adv. -λῶς, gloss on ὁλοσχερῶς, Suid., cf. Nech. ap. Vett.Val. 155.3, Peripl.M.Rubr. 30, Aq. De. 13.16.
*† ὁλοτελής , -ές
(< ὅλος , τίλος ),
complete, perfect.. 1 Thessalonians 5:23.†
SYN.: ὁλόκληρος G3648 (q.v.), τέλειος G5046. "As regards meaning, ὁλόκληρος can hardly be distinguished from ὁλοτελής G3651 though, in accordance with its derivation, it draws more special attention to the several parts to which the wholeness spoken of extends, no part being wanting or lacking in completeness" (M, Th., 78).
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";loin"; (cognate with ὀστέον), is found in the fragment of a i/B.C. treatise on physiology, P Ryl I. 21 Fr. 3ii. 11 εἰ [ς ] τ ̣ο ̣π ̣ο ̣ν τῆς ὀσφύος, and in the mantic ib. 28.14 (iv/A.D.) ὀσφύος δεξιὸν μέρος ἐὰν ἅλληται μεγάλως εὐπορήσει κ ̣α ̣[ὶ ] δ ̣ο ̣υ ̣ͅλ ̣ος καὶ πένης ἐκ κόπων, ";if the right part of the loin quiver, a slave or poor man will prosper greatly after distress"; (Edd.) : cf. also the astronomical ib. II. 63.9 (iii/A.D.) Π ]αρθένου σιαγὼν ὀσφύες, ";the cheek and loins to Virgo.";
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