Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3680 - ὀνειδισμός
- a reproach
- such as Christ suffered, for the cause of God, from his enemies
reproach, Romans 15:3 (pl.), al., J. AJ 19.7.1, Plu. Art. 22; calumny, Vett.Val. 65.7, 73.10 (both pl.).
† ὀνειδισμός , -οῦ , ὁ
[in LXX chiefly for H2781;]
a reproach: Romans 15:3, Hebrews 10:33; εἰς ὀ . ἐμπεαεῖν , 1 Timothy 3:7; ὁ ὀ . τοῦ Χριστοῦ Hebrews 11:26; Hebrews 13:13.†
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For this strong form of οὐ (οὐκ, οὐχ), which is found 54 times in the NT and generally in questions (cf. Robertson Gr. p. 1406), we may compare the Alexandrian Erotic Fragment P Grenf I. 1i. 25 (ii/B.C.) εὐθὺ δεῖ καὶ διαλύεσθαι · οὐχὶ διὰ τοῦτο φίλους ἔχομεν, οἳ κρινοῦσι τίς ἀδικεῖ; ";for we must soon be reconciled; to what end else have we friends, who shall judge which of us two is in the wrong?"; (Ed.). For the non-interrogative use, cf. PSI V. 499.4 (B.C. 257–6) where a farm-steward asks that money be sent him—ἐγλέλοιπε γὰρ ἡμᾶς, καὶ οὐχὶ ἔχομεν χορηγεῖν οὔτε εἰ [ς τ ]ὴν φυτε [ί ]αν τοῦ κρότωνος. . οὔτε εἰς τὴν ξυλοκοπίαν κτλ.
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