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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3707 - ὁρατός
- visible, open to view
ὁρ-ᾱτός, ή, όν,
to be seen, visible, Hp. Praec. 14: joined with ἁπτός, Pl. Ti. 28b, al.; opp. νοητός, Id. R. 509d, 524c, etc.; cf. ὁρατικός. Adv. -τῶς Aen.Tact. 23.4, Plu. 2.1029e.
ὁρατός , -ή , -όν
visible: τὰ ὁ ., Colossians 1:16.†
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In P Oxy VI. 930 (ii/iii A.D.) a mother writes to her son regarding his education, 18 ff. μελησάτω σοί τε καὶ τῷ παιδαγωγῷ σου καθήκοντι καθηγητῷ σε παραβάλλειν, ";let it be the care both of you and your attendant that you go to a suitable teacher,"; and concludes, 26 ff. ἄσπασαι τὸν τειμιώτατον πάιδαγωγόν σου Ἔρωτα, ";salute your highly esteemed attendant Eros."; The passage is of importance as showing the position which the παιδαγωγός frequently occupied. He did not merely conduct the boy to school, but had a general charge of him as a tutor in the old sense of the word, until he reached maturity : cf. Galatians 3:24 with Burton’s note in ICC ad l., and Clem. Paed. i. I where the ";ethical"; aspect of the παιδαγωγός is specially affirmed. In Artem. p. 74.19 the word is associated with τροφός. The verb παιδαγωγέω occurs in P Oxy III. 471.117 (ii/A.D.).
For a subst. παιδικωρός, ";keeper of children,"; cf. BGU II. 594.3 (A.D. 70–80), where it appears under the form πατικουρας : cf. the note in Olsson, Papyrusbriefe, p. 134.
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