Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3842 - πάντοτε
- at all times, always, ever
always, Philem. 187, Arist. EN 1166a28, Men. Mon. 324, 720; twice in LXX, Wisdom of Solomon 11:21; Wisdom of Solomon 19:18, cf. BGU 1123.8 (i B. C.), Matthew 26:11, al., IG 3.1362, 7.2713, D.Chr. 32.37, etc.: condemned by the Atticists, who recommend διαπαντός or ἑκάστοτε, Phryn. 82, Moer.p.319 P.
** πάντοτε ,
(< πᾶς ),
[in LXX: Wisdom of Solomon 11:21; Wisdom of Solomon 19:18*;]
in late writers (once in Arist.) for διαπαντός , ἑκάστοτε , at all times, always: Matthew 26:11, Mark 14:7, Luke 15:31, John 6:34, Romans 1:10, and freq. in Paul. Epp.
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In accordance with its derivation from παρά and οἶμος, παροιμία denotes literally ";by the way."; Apart from 2 Peter 2:22, it is found in the NT only in Jn (10:6; 16:25; 16:29), where Abbott (Joh. Voc. p. 219 f.) understands it as a brief, general (rather than a dark) saying. See also T. K. Abbott Essays p. 82 ff., and Headlam on Herodas II. 61 ἐγὼ δ᾽ ὅκως ἂν μὴ μακρηγορέων ὑμέας. . . τῇ παροιμίῃ τρύχω. ";Not to beat about the bush and weary you with general remarks and allusions by the way, but to get on the main road come to the point.";
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