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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3705 - ὅραμα
- that which is seen, spectacle
- a sight divinely granted in an ecstasy or in a sleep, a vision
ὅρᾱμ-α, ατος, τό,
I that which is seen, visible object, sight, Arist. de An. 428a16, EN 1173b18, al.; sight, spectacle, X. Cyr. 3.3.66; vision during sleep, dream, LXX Genesis 15:1, al., PGoodsp.Cair. 3.5 (iii B. C.), UPZ 78.37 (ii B. C.), SIG 1128 (Delos, ii/i B. C.), Cat.Cod.Astr. 8(1).249; ἐν τοῖς ὁράμασι τοῦ θεοῦ Aristid. Or. 42(6).8 codd. (ἰάμασι cj. Keil).
II device, plan, τὸ ὅ. Θάλεω (Camer. εὕρημα) Arist. Pol. 1259a31, cf. D. Prooem. 55.1.
ὅραμα , -τος , τό
(< ὁράω ),
that which is seen;
(a) a sight, spectacle: Matthew 17:9, Acts 7:31;
(b) an appearance, vision: Acts 9:10; Acts 9:12 (Rec.) Acts 10:3; Acts 10:17; Acts 10:19; Acts 11:5; Acts 12:9; Acts 16:9-10; Acts 18:9 (cf. ὀπτασία ).†
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παθητός, the only verbal in —τός in the NT (cf. Jannaris Gr. § 1052), is used in the weakened sense of ";capable of suffering,"; patibilis, in Acts 26:23 : see Proleg. p. 222.
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