Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #3749 - ὀστράκινος
- earthen, clay
- with the added suggestion of frailty
ὀστρᾰκ-ῐνος, η, ον,
1. earthen, made of clay, of vessels, Hp. Nat.Mul. 34, al., Pl.Com. 114, AP 7.645 (Crin.), 11.74 (Nicarch.), 2 Timothy 2:20, 2 Corinthians 4:7, PLond. 3.1177.95 (ii A. D.).
2. like earthenware, ὀστράκινατὸ δέρμα, = ὀστρακόδερμα, v.l. in Luc. Lex. 6.
ὀστράκινος, ὀστρακινη, ὀστράκινον (ὄστρακον baked clay), made of clay, earthen: σκεύη ὀστράκινα, 2 Timothy 2:20; with the added suggestion of frailty, 2 Corinthians 4:7. (Jeremiah 19:1, 11; Jeremiah 39:14
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ὀστράκινος -η , -ον
(< ὄστρακον , an earthen vessel or potsherd),
[in LXX chiefly for H2789;]
made of clay, earthen: 2 Corinthians 4:7, 2 Timothy 2:20.†
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For the orig. meaning ";urge,"; ";press,"; against nature or law, cf. Epicurea ed. Usener p. 36.5 μήτε τὸ ἀδύνατον καὶ παραβιάζεσθαι. See also Polyb. xxii. 10. 7.
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