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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4456 - πωρόω
- to cover with a thick skin, to harden by covering with a callus
- to make the heart dull
- to grow hard, callous, become dull, lose the power of understanding
( πῶρος )
petrify, λίθος πεπωρωμένος Ael. NA 10.13 .
II cause a stone or callus to form: — Pass., of a stone forming in the bladder, Hp. Aër. 9.
2. unite fractured bones by a callus, Id. Fract. 47 ( Pass. ), Dsc. 1.70,84: — Pass., become hard, Arist. Aud. 802b8, Thphr. HP 4.15.2; become thickened, coagulated, Hp. Steril. 222.
III in Pass., become insensible, of the flesh, ὑπὸ τῆς πεπωρωμένης ἐκ τοῦ στέατος σαρκός Nymphis 16: metaph., become insensible, obtuse, or blind, of the heart, Ev.Mark 6:52, Ev.Mark 8:17, Ep.Romans 11:7; πεπώρωνται γὰρ ἀπὸ ὀργῆς οἱ ὀφθαλμοί μου LXX Job 17:7 .
πωρόω , -ῶ
(< πῶρος , 1. a stone. 2. a callus),
[in LXX: Job 17:7 B (H3543), Proverbs 10:20 A *;]
to petrify, harden, form a callus. Metaph., Papyri τ . καρδίαν , John 12:40. Pass., Romans 11:7; τ . νοήματα , 2 Corinthians 3:14; ἡ καρδία , Mark 6:52; Mark 8:17 †
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";sard"; (Revelation 4:3; Revelation 21:20), a red stone, perhaps the ";cornelian"; : cf. Syll 588.3 (c. B.C. 180) δακτὐλιον χρυσοῦν σάρδιον.
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