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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4709 - σπουδαίως
- hastily, with haste
Adverb from G4705
** σπουδαίως , adv.
(< σπουδαῖος ),
[in LXX: Wisdom of Solomon 2:6 *;]
1. with haste or zeal, i.e. earnestly, zealously, diligently: Luke 7:4, 2 Timothy 1:17, Titus 3:13; compar., -οτέρως , Philippians 2:28 (RV, Lft., Weymouth, al., but v. infr.).
2. hastily, speedily: compar., -οτέρως , Philippians 2:28 (Thayer, Zorell, s.v.; ICC, in l, al., but v. supr.).†
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";a fig-mulberry"; (Luke 19:4), to be distinguished from συκάμινος (Luke 17:6), ";a mulberry."; Hobart (p. 152) thinks that the distinction may be due to Luke’s medical knowledge, seeing that both trees were used medicinally. For the spelling -έα for -αία, cf. Moulton Gr. ii. p. 81.
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