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Strong's #3933 - παρθένος
- a virgin
- a marriageable maiden
- a woman who has never had sexual intercourse with a man
- one's marriageable daughter
- a man who has abstained from all uncleanness and whoredom attendant on idolatry, and so has kept his chastity
- one who has never had intercourse with women
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παρθένος, παρθένου, ἡ,
1. a virgin: Matthew 1:23 (from Isaiah 7:14);
2. "a man who has abstained from all uncleanness and whoredom attendant on idolatry, and so has kept his chastity": Revelation 14:4, where see DeWette. In ecclesiastical writings one who has never had commerce with women; so of Joseph, in Fabricius, Cod. pseudepigr. Vet. Test. ii., pp. 92, 98; of Abel and Melchizedek, in Suidas (10 a. and 2450 b.); especially of the apostle John, as in Nonnus, metaphorically, ev. Joann. 19, 140 (John 19:26), ἠνίδε παρθένον
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παρθένος , -ου , ἡ ,
[in LXX chiefly for H1330, Exodus 22:16 (15), Job 31:1, Isaiah 23:4, al.; also for H5288, H5291, Genesis 24:14; Genesis 24:16; Genesis 24:55; Genesis 34:3, and for H5959, Genesis 24:43, Isaiah 7:14;]
a maiden, virgin: Matthew 1:23 (LXX) Matthew 25:1; Matthew 25:7; Matthew 25:11 Luke 1:27, Acts 21:9, 1 Corinthians 7:25 ff, 2 Corinthians 11:2; masc., of chaste persons (CIG, 8784 b) : Revelation 14:4.†
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";encircle."; (Luke 19:43) : cf. the iv/A.D. letter of a deacon to a bishop (see Archiv iv. p. 558), where the writer remarks—ἡ γὰρ εὐφημία σου, πάτερ, περιεκύκλωσεν τὸν κ [όσ ]μου ὅλον ὡς ἀγαθὸν πατέρα (l. ἀγαθοῦ πατρός, Wilcken) (P Lond 981.9 = III. p. 242, Chrest. I. p. 157). Περικυκλωθέν is used adverbially in the late P Lond 483.17, .77 (A.D. 616) (= II. pp. 325, 328).
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