Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4323 - προσανατίθημι
- to lay upon in addition to
- to lay upon one's self in addition
- to undertake besides
- to put one's self upon another by going to him,
- to commit or betake one's self to another for the purpose of consulting him
- to consult, to take one into counsel
- to add from one's store
- to communicate, impart
προσανα-τίθημι, offer or dedicate besides, δηνάρια πεντακισχίλια CIG 2782.44 ( Aphrodisias ); τῷ θεῷ -τεθεικὼς ἅπαντα Jul. ad Them. 267b; τὴν παρθενίαν θεῷ Suid. s.v. Πουλχερία: — Med., take an additional burden on oneself, X. Mem. 2.1.8; but π. τινί τι contribute of oneself to another, Ep.Galatians 2:6 .
2. ascribe, τινί τι Porph. ap. Eus. PE 3.11 .
II προσανατίθεσθαί τινι take counsel with one, Chrysipp.Stoic. 2.344, Phld. Vit. p.31 J., Ep.Galatians 1:16, Luc. JTr. 1; τοῖς μάντεσι περί τινος D.S. 17.116; refer a matter for consideration, PTeb. 99.5 (ii B.C.) .
*προσ -ανα -τίθημι ,
to lay on or offer besides; mid.,
(a) to lay on oneself in addition, undertake besides;
(b) c. gen. pers., of giving or obtaining information, to consult, communicate: Galatians 1:16; Galatians 2:6 (Lft., in l; cf. ἀνα -τίθημι ).
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