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Strong's #4615 - σίναπι

Transliteration
sínapi
Phonetics
sin'-ap-ee
Origin
perhaps from sinomai (to hurt, i.e. sting)
Parts of Speech
Noun Neuter
TDNT
7:287,1027
Definition
Thayer's
  1. mustard, the name of a plant which in oriental countries grows from a very small seed and attains to the height of a tree, 10 feet (3 m) and more; hence a very small quantity of a thing is likened to a mustard seed, and also a thing which grows to a remarkable size
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Matthew
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Mark
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Luke
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Matthew
2
Mark
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Luke
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Matthew
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Verse Results
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

σῐνᾱπ-ῐ, τό,

Anaxipp. 1.45, PFay. 122.4, 12 (i/ii A.D.); gen. εως PTeb. 9.13 (ii B.C.), Ev.Matthew 13:31, POxy. 920.2 (ii/iii A.D.), Alex.Trall. 1.12; ιος PMich.Zen. 72.9 (iii B.C.), PStrassb. 102.9 (iii A.D.); ις PLond. 2.453.6 (iv A.D.); dat. ι PFlor. 20.21 (ii A.D.); also σίνᾱπυ, Diocl. Fr. 120, PCair.Zen. 608.31, 703.12 (iii B.C.); gen. υος Sor. 2.15 cod.; σίνηπι, Archig. ap. Gal. 12.813, Crito ib. 817, Dsc. 2.154, Artem. 5.5, etc.; gen. εως Asclep. ap. Gal. 13.248, Dsc. 1.38, PLips. 97 xxxiii 4 (iv A.D.), etc.; ιος Aret. CD 1.2, v.l. in Polyaen. 4.3.32, etc.; σίνηπυ, Nic. Fr. 84, Dsc. Eup. 1.14; also σίνηπυς, acc. υν, ὁ, Nic. Al. 533, and σίνᾱπις, ἡ, Herod. Med. in Rh.Mus. 58.88:

mustard, Sinapis alba: in early Att. and Ion. none of these forms appear, but νᾶπυ, Hp. Vict. 2.54, Morb. 3.15, Mul. 1.13, cf. Ath. 9.367a, Phryn. 255.

II σίνηπι ἄγριον or Περσικόν,= θλάσπι, Ps.- Dsc. 2.156.

III ς. κηπαῖον, Brassica nigra, ib.154.

Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

σίναπι , -εως , τό

(prob. Egyptian), = Attic τὸ νᾶπυ ,

mustard: Matthew 13:31; Matthew 17:20, Mark 4:31, Luke 13:19; Luke 17:6.†


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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

";a staler,"; used in late writers = τετράδραχμον (Matthew 17:27; Matthew 26:16 Dabq) : P Oxy I. 37i. 25 (A.D. 49) (= Chrest. II. p. 87) <τῶν > στα ]τήρων π ̣[ερ ]ι ̣όντων, ";the staters remaining in my possession,"; P Fay 117.26 (A.D. 108) ὥτε τέσσαρες [στ ]α [τ ]η ̣̑ρας καθ᾽ ὑμον γεγραφήκασι, ";when they have charged you with four staters"; (Edd.), and the curious alphabetical acrostic P Tebt II. 278.28 (early i/A.D.) δέκα στατήρων ἠγόραστε (l. ἠγόρασται), ";it was bought for ten Staters"; (Edd.).

 

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List of Word Forms
σιναπεως σινάπεως sinapeos sinapeōs sinápeos sinápeōs
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