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Strong's #3804 - πάθημα

Transliteration
páthēma
Phonetics
path'-ay-mah
Origin
from a presumed derivative of (G3806)
Parts of Speech
Noun Neuter
TDNT
5:930,798
Definition
Thayer's
  1. that which one suffers or has suffered
    1. externally, a suffering, misfortune, calamity, evil, affliction
      1. of the sufferings of Christ
      2. also the afflictions which Christians must undergo in behalf of the same cause which Christ patiently endured
    2. of an inward state, an affliction, passion
  2. an enduring, undergoing, suffering
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
  3. Parsing
KJV (16)
Romans
2
2 Corinthians
3
Galatians
1
Philippians
1
Colossians
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
3
1 Peter
4
NAS (16)
Romans
2
2 Corinthians
3
Galatians
1
Philippians
1
Colossians
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
3
1 Peter
4
HCS (16)
Romans
2
2 Corinthians
3
Galatians
1
Philippians
1
Colossians
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
3
1 Peter
4
BSB (16)
Romans
2
2 Corinthians
3
Galatians
1
Philippians
1
Colossians
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
3
1 Peter
4
ESV (15)
Romans
1
2 Corinthians
3
Galatians
1
Philippians
1
Colossians
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
3
1 Peter
4
WEB (17)
Romans
2
2 Corinthians
3
Galatians
1
Philippians
2
Colossians
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
3
1 Peter
4
Verse Results
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

πᾰθ-ημα, ατος, τό,

dat. pl. παθημάτοις Com.Adesp. 283 (Aetol. acc. to Eust. 279.42, 1761.36):

I

1. that which befalls one, suffering, misfortune, S. Tr. 142, Th. 4.48, etc.; τὸ π. τοῦ Χριστοῦ the passion of Christ, 2 Corinthians 1:5; of good fortune, χαῖρε παθὼν τὸ π. (deification) Orph. Fr. 32f: mostly in pl., Hdt. 8.136, etc.; παθήμαθ' ἅπαθον S. OC 361; ἀκούσια π., opp. ἑκούσια καὶ ἐκ προνοίας ἀδικήματα, Antipho 1.27; τὰ δέ μοι π. μαθήματα γέγονε my sufferings have been my lessons (cf. πάθος 1.2), Hdt. 1.207, cf. Ar. Th. 199, Pl. Smp. 222b. II emotion or condition, affection, π. τῆς ψυχῆς εἶναι τὴν σωφροσύνην, οὐ μάθημα X. Cyr. 3.1.17, cf. Pl. Phd. 79d; opp. ποίημα, Id. Sph. 248b; τὸ τῆς ἑτέρας χειρὸς π. Plot. 4.9.2; but in early writers mostly in pl., affections, feelings, opp. ποιήματα, Pl. R. 437b; τὰ περὶ τὸ σῶμα π. Id. Phlb. 33d; ὅσα διὰ τοῦ σώματος π. ἐπὶ τὴν ψυχὴν τείνει Id. Tht. 186c; π. ἐν τῇ ψυχῇ γιγνόμενα Id. R. 511d; παθήμασιν ὑπηρετεῖν obey the feelings, Arist. Pol. 1254b24; opp. ἤθη, ἕξεις, Id. Rh. 1396b33, cf. Po. 1449b28.

2. Medic., pl., troubles, symptoms, Hp. VM 2, Epid. 2.2.24; π. καὶ νοσήματα Pl. R. 439d, cf. 389c.

III

1. in pl., incidents, happenings, τὰ ἐν.. Ὀδυσσείᾳ π. ib. 393b; πάντα εἴδη καὶ π. πολιτειῶν Id. Lg. 681d.

2. incidents or changes of material bodies, τὰ οὐράνια π. Id. Ion 531c, cf. Phd. 98a; τὰ τῆς σελήνης π. Arist. Metaph. 982b16, cf. Mete. 363a24, 365a12.

3. in Logic, incidents, properties, or accidents, Pl. Phdr. 271b, Prm. 141d, 157b, Arist. APo. 76b13, Cael. 310a20; τὰ π. τὰ αἰσθητά, of colour, etc., Id. Sens. 445b4.

Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

* πάθημα , -τος , τό

(< πάσχω ), like πάθος ,

1. that which befalls one, a suffering, affliction: pl., Romans 8:18, 2 Corinthians 1:6-7, Colossians 1:24, 2 Timothy 3:11, Hebrews 2:10; Hebrews 10:32, 1 Peter 5:9; of Christ's sufferings: τὰ εἰς Χ ., 1 Peter 1:11; τ . Χριστσῦ , 1 Peter 5:1; id. as shared by Christians, 2 Corinthians 1:5, Philippians 3:10, 1 Peter 4:13.

2. a passive emotion, affection, passion: Galatians 5:24; τ . ἀμαρτιῶν , Romans 7:5.

3. = τὸ πάσχειν , an enduring or suffering: c. gen. obj., Hebrews 2:9.†

SYN.: see πάθος G3806.


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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

παρασκευή is found in the general sense of ";preparation"; in P Petr II. 45iii. 17 (B.C. 246) τοιαύτην παρασκευήν, P Strass I. 41.6 (A.D. 250) αἰτοῦμε [ν δοθῆναι ἡμῖν ἡμέραν πρὸς ] παρασκευὴν τῆς δίκης, and Syll 503 (=.3 596).12 (c. B.C. 200) τῆ [ς τε τῶν σίτων παρ ]ασκευῆς ἐφρόντισ [εν.

For παρασκευή as the technical designation for Friday (cf. MGr) see Didache viii. 1 ὑμεῖς δὲ νηστεύσατε τετράδα καὶ παρασκευήν, ";but ye shall fast on the fourth day and the preparation day (Friday)"; : cf. Jos. Antt. XVI. 163 (vi. 2). The questions raised by the use of παρασκευή in the Synoptics and Jn lie outside our province, but see Abbott Joh. Gr. p. 92 f. Herwerden Lex. s.v. cites ἡ παρασκευή = dies Veneris from Clem. Al. p. 316, 15 (Sylb.).

 

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List of Word Forms
παθημα πάθημα παθήμασι παθήμασί παθημασιν παθήμασιν παθηματα παθήματα παθηματων παθημάτων pathema pathēma páthema páthēma pathemasin pathēmasin pathḗmasin pathemata pathēmata pathḗmata pathematon pathemáton pathēmatōn pathēmátōn
Old / New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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