Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3794 - ὀχύρωμα
- a castle, stronghold, fortress, fastness
- anything on which one relies
- of the arguments and reasonings by which a disputant endeavours to fortify his opinion and defend it against his opponent
ὀχῠρ-ωμα, ατος, τό,
stronghold, fortress, prison, X. HG 3.2.3, LXX Genesis 39:20, PPetr. 2p.34 (iii B. C.), Plb. 4.6.3, PStrassb. 85.23 (ii B. C.): pl., Phld. Rh. 1.334 S., OGI 455.14 (Aphrodisias, i B. C.).
ὀχύρωμα , -τος , τό
(< ὀχυρόω , to fortify, make firm),
[in LXX for H4013, etc.;]
a stronghold, fortress (Psalms 89:40, Nahum 3:12; Nahum 3:14 al.); in LXX and NT, also metaph. of that in which confidence is placed (Proverbs 10:29; Proverbs 21:22, al.): 2 Corinthians 10:4.†
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παραπικρασμός occurs in the NT only in Hebrews 3:8; Hebrews 3:15 from Psa. 94꞉8 (MT Psalms 95:8) : cf. Aq 1Ki. 15꞉23 [MT 1 Samuel 15:23], Sm Job 7:11, and Th Proverbs 17:11, and see Nestle’s note in Exp T xxi. p. 94.
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