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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4319 - προσαιτέω
- to ask for in addition
- to approach one with supplications
- to ask alms
ask besides, οὐδέν Pi. Fr. 177.6; αἷμα π. demand more blood, A. Ch. 401 (anap.); π. μισθόν demand higher pay, X. An. 1.3.21 .
2. demand or require for a purpose, ὅσους . . τὰ ἔργα προσαιτοίη Id. Vect. 4.39 .
II ask as well as others (sc. for a share), and so, c. acc. pers., ask an alms of, Hdt. 3.14, Isoc. 7.83, etc.: c. acc. rei, beg for a thing, βίοτον, στρατιάν, E. Hel. 791, Ar. Lys. 1141: c. dupl. acc., beg somewhat of one, E. Hel. 512, X. An. 7.3.31: c. gen., beg some of . ., Plu. Alc. 4: abs., to be importunate, E. Supp. 64 (lyr.), Ar. Ach. 429, 452; to be a beggar, Pl. Smp. 203b, PCair.Zen. 493.6 (iii B.C.), prob. in Plu. 2.294a.
προσ -αιτέω , -ῶ ,
[in LXX: Job 27:14*;]
1. to ask besides.
2. to continue asking; hence, to importune, beg, ask alms: John 9:8.†
*† προσαίτης , -ου , ὁ ,
a beggar: Mark 10:46, John 9:8.†
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";a little wing,"; hence ";gable,"; ";pinnacle"; (Matthew 4:5, Luke 4:9) For πτερυγοειδῶς, ";in the form of a wing,"; in the technical language of magic, see Deissmann LAE p. 453 n..1
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