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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4082 - πήρα
- a wallet
- a leathern sack, in which travellers and shepherds carried their provisions
Ion. πήρη ( πάρη [ᾰ] Heraclid. ap. Eust. 29.3 ), ἡ,
leathern pouch for victuals, etc., wallet, Od. 13.437, al., Ar. Pl. 298, Fr. 273, Ostr.Bodl. iii 264 (i A. D.), etc.
** πἡρα , -ας , ἡ ,
[in LXX: Judith 10:5; Judith 13:10; Judith 13:15 *;]
a leathern pouch for victuals, etc., a wallet (Deiss. thinks an alms-bag, v. LAE, 108 ff.): Matthew 10:10, Mark 6:8, Luke 9:3; Luke 10:4; Luke 22:35-36.†
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For the figurative use of πολυποίκιλος, as in Ephesians 3:10, Armitage Robinson ad l. compares the Orphic hymns vi. 11 (τελετή), lxi. 4 (λόγος).
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