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Strong's #3838 - παντελής

adverb (of manner) from (G3956) and (G5056)
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  1. all complete, perfect
  2. completely, perfectly, utterly
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Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

παντελής, ές,

1. all-complete, absolute, παντελῆ σάγην ἔχων A. Ch. 560; μοναρχία S. Ant. 1163; πανοπλία, ἐλευθερία, μανία, Pl. Lg. 796c, 698a, D.Chr. 38.17; π. δάμαρ mistress of the house, S. OT 930; δήμου π. ψηφίσματα with full authority, A. Supp. 601; π. κήρυγμα S. Ichn. 13; π. ἐσχάραι complete tale of sacrificial hearths, Id. Ant. 1016.

2. π. δύναμις ἁ τᾶς δεκάδος perfect, Philol. ap. Stob. 1 Prooem. 3, cf. Dam. Pr. 195.

II Act., all-accomplishing, Ζεύς A. Th. 118 (lyr., s. v.l.); χρόνος Id. Ch. 965 (lyr.); π. εὐεργέτης S. Ichn. 79.

III Adv. παντελῶς, Ion. -έως,

1. altogether, utterly, with Verbs, διῶρυξ π. πεποιημένη Hdt. 7.37; λίθινα π. ἐξειργασμένα IG 12.372.93; παντελέως εἶχε τὸ οἴκημα it was quite finished, Hdt. 4.95; π. διώρισε A. Pr. 440; π. κρανθήσεται ib. 911; π. θανεῖν to die outright, S. OT 669; ἐκμεμάθηκα ταῦτα π. Epicr. 4, etc.: with Adjs., π. βαθεῖα φάλαγξ X. HG 2.4.34; π. ἄφρων Men. 694; ἄχρηστα π. Philippid. 12; π. Βοιώτιοι Alex. 237.1; οὐ π. not at all, Men. 5; from first to last, π. ἕως ἂν διεξέλθῃ διὰ πάντων Arist. Pol. 1298a16.

2. in answers, most certainly, παντελῶς γε Pl. R. 379c, 485d; π. μὲν οὖν Id. Prm. 155c, 160b, R. 401a.

3. later εἰς τὸ παντελές, = παντελῶς, Ph. 2.567, Luke 13:11, Ael. NA 17.27, S.E. M. 7.30, Jul. Or. 2.61c; = for ever, RBibl. 39.544,546 (Palmyra), PLond. 3.1164f11 (iii A. D.), etc.; κατὰ τὸ π. Ph. 1.90, al.

Thayer's Expanded Definition

παντελής, παντελές (πᾶς and τέλος), all-complete, perfect (Aeschylus, Sophocles, Plato, Diodorus, Plutarch, others; 3Macc. 7:16); εἰς τό παντελές (properly, unto completeness (Winers Grammar, § 51, 1 c.)) completely, perfectly, utterly: Luke 13:11; Hebrews 7:25 (Philo leg. ad Gaium 21; Josephus, Antiquities 1, 18, 5; 3, 11, 3 and 12, 1; 6, 2, 3; 7, 13, 3; Aelian v. h. 7, 2; n. a. 17, 27).

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Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

** παντελής , -ές

(< πᾶς , τέλος ),

[in LXX: 3 Maccabees 7:16 A*;]

all-complete, entire, perfect; εἰς τ . παντελές , completely, utterly: Luke 13:11, Hebrews 7:25 (where perhaps in temp. sense, finally; v. MM, xviii).†

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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

With this NT ἅπ. εἰρ. (1 Corinthians 16:7), cf. PSI IV. 354.8 (B.C. 254–3) ἐστὶν δὲ ἐν παρόδωι. See also OGIS 544.19 (ii/A.D.) ἐν τῆι τῶν ὄχλων παρόδωι, with Dittenberger’s note. The LXX use of the word ";passer-by,"; ";traveller"; (e.g. 2 Kings 12:4 [MT 2 Samuel 12:4]), is found in an epigram of the Imperial period cited by Deissmann LAE p. 296, where an old man Chrysogonus is represented as

παντὶ λέγων παρό -

δω · πεῖνε, βλέπις

τὸ τέλος,

";saying to each passer-by, ‘Drink, for thou seest the end’";.

Cf. also Kaibel 236.9 f. (ii/i B.C.)—

μᾶλλον δὲ κλαύσας, πάροδε, τὴν ἐμὴν τύχην

βαῖν᾽ οὗ φίλον σοι καὶ τύχοις ὅσων θέλεις,

";rather having bewailed, passer-by, my fate, go where it is pleasant for you, and may you obtain all that you wish!";

In an account of early ii/A.D. , P Amh II. 126.54, there are included παροδίων (δραχμαὶ) ρ ̄, and in P Lond 318.2 (A.D. 156–7), 330.5 (A.D. 164) (= II. p. 87 f.) παρόδιον (not in LS8) is understood by the editor as ";a pass or permit to travel."; For the adj. παρόδιος cf. P Tebt I. 45.22 (B.C. 113) τὴν παρόδιον θύραν, ";the street door,"; and so ib. 47.14, and for the verb παροδεύω (as in Sap 1:8) see Kaibel 810.11—

μή με μάτην, ξεῖνοι, παροδεύετε, γειτνιόωσαν

πόντῳ καὶ Νύμφαις Κύπριδα καὶ Βρομίωι,

i.e. subsistite viatores fruituri quae ab mari, ab fonte, a Baccho vobis bona parata sunt (Ed.).


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παντελες παντελές παντελὲς panteles pantelés pantelès
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