Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4500 - ῥοιζηδόν
- with a loud noise
Adverb from a derivative of ῥοῖζος rhoizos (a whir)
ῥοῖζ-ος, ὁ, Ion. ἡ, whistling or whizzing of an arrow, Il. 16.361, cf. Plu. Marc. 15, Onos. 19.3, etc.; of a scourge, Opp. H. 2.352: any whistling or piping sound, as of a shepherd, πολλῇ ῥ . Od. 9.315; πνευμάτων ῥ . Plu. 2.18c; rush of wings, LXX Wi. 5.11, Ael. NA 2.26; of a stream, LXX Ezekiel 47:5, Ael. NA 17.17; of the sea, Hymn.Is. 150; of the noise of a falling tree, Q.S. 1.251; hissing of a serpent, A.R. 4.138, 1543; used of the sound made by filing, Arist. Aud. 802a39; of the letter ρ, Phld. Po.Herc. 994.29, D.H. Comp. 14, S.E. M. 1.102 .
II rushing motion, rush, swing, Plu. Marc. 15, Demetr. 21, Epic. in Arch.Pap. 7p.4.
* ῥοιζηδόν ,
(< ῥοῖζος , the whistling of an arrow),
with rushing sound (as of roaring flames): 2 Peter 3:10.†
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";a cheek."; That this word, a specialty of Q (Matthew 5:39, Luke 6:29), is not of learned origin is shown by such passages as—P Cairo Zen I. 59076.12 f. (B.C. 257) σιαγόνες μείζους καὶ φακοὶ ἐπὶ σιαγόνι δεξιᾶι, P Lond 909a.7 (A.D. 136) (= III. p. 170) ὁμολογῶ πε [π ]ρακέν ̣ε σοι κα ̣μ ̣ηλον ἄρσηνον (l. ἄρρενα) . . . κεχ ̣αρ ̣ακμένον τεξιὰν σιακόν ̣ην ̣ (l. σιαγόνα) ταῦ ἄλφα, ";I acknowledge to have sold to you a male camel branded T.A. on its right cheek,"; P Ryl II. 88.28 (A.D. 156) οὐλὴ σεαγό (νι) ἀριστ (ερᾷ), and ib. 63.9 (astrological—iii/A.D.) Π ]αρθένου σιαγὼν ὀσφύες, ";the cheek and the loins to Virgo."; A form συαγών occurs in BGU I. 100.5 (A.D. 159).
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