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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4339 - προσήλυτος
- a newcomer
- a stranger, alien
- a proselyte
- one who has come over from a Gentile religion to Judaism
one that has arrived at a place, stranger, sojourner, τῷ προσελθόντι προσηλύτῳ ib. Exodus 12:49, al.
II one who has come over to Judaism, convert, proselyte, Ph. 2.219, Ev.Matthew 23:15, Acts 2:10 .
† προσήλυτος , -ον
(< προοελαύνω ),
[in LXX for H1616;]
1. one who has arrived, a stranger.
2. Of converts to Judaism, a proselyte (v. DB, s.v.): Matthew 23:15, Acts 2:10; Acts 6:5; Acts 13:43.†
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P Oxy VI. 892.9 (A.D. 338) βορρινήν πύλην τῆς πόλεως, ";north gate of the city."; For πύλη followed by the name of a village in custom-house receipts cf. P Fay 68.1 (A.D. 158) τετέλ (εσται) δι (ὰ) πύλ (ης) Διονυ (σιάδος) ἐρη (μοφυλακίας), and see GH p. 195 ff. For the irregular dat. plur. in 3 Kingd 22.10 A, see Psaltes Gr. p. 174.
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