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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #4617 - σινιάζω
- to sift, shake in a sieve
- fig. by inward agitation to try one's faith to the verge of overthrow
( σινίον ) = σήθω,
sift, winnow, Luke 22:31, Hsch., Phot., Gloss.
σινιάζω: 1 aorist infinitive σινιάσαι; (σινίον 'a sieve,' 'winnowing-van'; an ecclesiastical and Byzantine word (cf. Macarius, homil. 5, p. 73f (496 a., Migne edition))); to sift, shake in a sieve: τινα ὡς τόν σῖτον, i. e., dropping the figure, by inward agitation to try one's faith to the verge of overthrow, Luke 22:31. (Ecclesiastical writings (cf. Winer's Grammar, 92 (87), 26; (25), and see above).)
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(< σίνιον , a sieve), = σήθω ,
to sift, winnow: fig., Luke 22:31.†
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σταυρόω in its literal sense of ";fence with pales"; occurs in P Bilabel 30.12 (A.D. 577 ?) μετὰ τοῦ σταυρωμ [ένου. . . . . . . , where the reference appears to be to a room shut off with pales or laths : see the editor’s note. The late use = ";crucify,"; as in the NT, is seen in Polyb. i. 86, 4; and for the new verb σταυρίσκω cf. Ev. Petr. 2.
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