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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4672 - Σολομών
Solomon = "peaceful"
- the son of David and was the wisest and richest king that ever lived
Σολομών , -ῶνος
(so prop., but Rec. has freq. -ῶν , -ῶντος , as also WH in Acts 3:11; Acts 5:12; in Acts 7:47 T has Σαλωμών , as LXX freq., indecl.; v. B1., § 10, 1; Tdf., Prol., 104, 119; WH, App., 158), ὁ
Solomon: Matthew 1:6-7; Matthew 6:29; Matthew 12:42, Luke 11:31; Luke 12:27, John 10:23, Acts 3:11; Acts 5:12; Acts 7:47.†
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";kinship,"; and hence collectively ";kinsfolk,"; ";kindred"; (Luke 1:61, Acts 7:3; Acts 7:14) : cf. P Oxy III. 487.9 (A.D. 156), where a petitioner states that he had been appointed guardian to two minors seeing that neither on their father’s nor on their mother’s side had they any other persons who could undertake the duty from ties of kinship—ἐκ íκ ý τῆς συνγενίας αὐτ ̣ῶν, and P Bouriant 25.15 (v/A.D.) προσαγόρευε πᾶσαν τὴν συγγένειαν ἡμῶν. See also the sepulchral inscr. Syll 895 (=.31245).4 (iii/A.D.) ὁ πατήρ με ἀνέστησε ἥρωα συνγενείας (cum Lare familiari Romanorum—Ed.).
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