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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3840 - πάντοθεν
- from all sides, from every quarter
Adv., (πᾶς) from all quarters, from every side, Il. 15.623, S. OC 1240 (lyr.), etc.; π. πληθύνομαι A. Ag. 1370: in Ion. Prose, Hdt. 2.138, 7.129: rare in Att. (πανταχόθεν being preferred), Pl. Criti. 117e; μὴ π. κέρδαινε Men. 625, cf. Mon. 63; οὐ μόνον κατ' εὐθυωρίαν, ἀλλὰ π. Arist. PA 656b29; π. λαμβάνειν Id. EN 1121b32: freq. with Pr, π. ἐκ κευθμῶν Il. 13.28; περὶ γὰρ κακὰ π. ἔστη Od. 14.270: c. gen., π. εἰδώλων Arat. 455: — the form πάντοθε is only v.l. in Hdt. 7.225, Theoc. 17.97, AP 11.85 (Lucill.). — On the accent, v. A.D. Adv. 192.2.
[in LXX: Jeremiah 48:31 (H3605), al.;]
from all sides: Mark 1:45, Luke 19:43, Hebrews 9:4.†
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";a sojourn"; in the spiritual sense, as in 1 Peter 1:17, is found in the Christian IGSI 531.7 τούτου τοῦ βίου τὴν παροικίαν. See further Hort I Pet. p. 154 ff.
In Pss. Sol. 17:19 τίμιον ἐν ὀφθαλμοῖς παροικίας ψυχὴ σεσωσμένη ὀξ αὐτῶν we have ";perhaps the earliest instance of παροικία applied to a community temporarily sojourning in a strange land,"; which has the further interest of showing that this use of παροικία was Jewish, before it was adopted by the Christian Church (see Ryle and James ad l.). In P Lips I. 64.33 (A.D. 368–9) the true reading is ἀπὸ τῆς πόλεως καὶ τῆς ἀγροικίας (not παροικίας) : see Chrest. I. P. 333.
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