Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4066 - περίχωρος
- lying round about, neighbouring
- the region round about
- the region of Jordan
round about a place: οἱ π . the people about, D. 19.266, Plu. Cat.Ma. 25, Eum. 15, etc.; ἡ π . (sc. γῆ ) the country round about, LXX Genesis 13:10,al., Ev.Matthew 14:35; τὰ π . Palaeph. 20 .
περί -χωρος , -ον ,
[in LXX: chiefly (ἡ Papyri) for H3603;]
round about, neighbouring (Dem., Plut., al.). In LXX and NT, as subst., ἡ Papyri (sc. γῆ ), the region round about: Matthew 14:35, Mark 1:28, Luke 4:14; Luke 4:37; Luke 7:17; Luke 8:37, Acts 14:6; ἡ Papyri τοῦ Ἰορδάνου , Luke 3:3; by meton. for the people of the same region, Matthew 3:5.†
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";shepherd,"; is naturally common, and does not always occur in a very favourable light : cf. P Magd 6.11 (B.C. 221) προστάξαι Διοφάνει. . μὴ περιιδεῖμ με ἀνόμως ὑβριζόμενον ὑπὸ τῶν ποιμένων, P Ryl II. 152.5 (A.D. 42) ἐπαφέντε (ς) οἱ ποιμένες. . . ἃ ἔχουσι πρόβατα εἰς ἃς ἔχωι νομὰς ἐν ἐλαιῶ (νι) Θερμουθαρίου, ";the shepherds let their flocks into the pasturage which I have in the olive-yard of Thermoutharion ,";
The word is also used of a lessee of sheep (μισθωτὴς προβάτων), cf. P Lond 851 (A.D. 216–219) (= III. p. 48), and the introd. to P Strass I. 24 (A.D. 118), also Archiv iv. P. 533.
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