Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4142 - πλοιάριον
- a small vessel, a boat
Dim. of πλοῖον, skiff, boat, Ar. Ra. 139, X. HG 4.5.17, Ev.John 6:22, Peripl.M.Rubr. 15, BGU 812.5, etc.
II a kind of woman's shoe, Poll. 7.93 .
* πλοιάριον , -ου , τό
(dimin. of πλοῖον ), a boat: Mark 3:9, Luke 5:2 (πλοῖα , WH, txt., R), John 6:22-23 (πλοῖα , WH) John 6:24; John 21:8.†
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Hicks (CR i. p. 44) has drawn attention to the fact that πρεσβεία, ";the office of ambassador,"; was ";in everyday use in the intercourse between the Greek cities, and between them and the kings"; : this gives fresh point to its use in Luke 14:32; Luke 19:14. See further s.v. πρεσβεύω, and for πρεσβεία = ";intercession,"; cf. P Oxy VIII. 1151.39 (v/A.D.?) εὔχεσθ ̣α ̣ι πρεσβίαις τῆς δεσποίνης ἡμῶν τῆς θεοτόκου, ";pray through the intercession of our lady the mother of God.";
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