Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4784 - συγκατατίθεμαι
- to deposit together with another
- to deposit one's vote in the urn with another
- to consent to, vote for, agree with
Middle voice from G4862 and G2698
συν -κατα -τίθημι
(Rec. συγκ -),
to deposit together. Mid., to deposit one's vote with, hence, to agree with, assent to: c. dat., Luke 23:51.†
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συναρπάζω, as a perfective of ἁρπάζω, denotes ";seize and keep a firm bold of"; in Luke 8:29 (see Proleg. p. 113) : cf. PSI IV. 353.12 (B.C. 254–3) συναρπά [ζε ]ι ̣ τὸν φυλακίτην, and P Masp III. 67295.5 (Byz.) συναρπάζειν τὰ ἰάσ ̣[ιμα τῶν ἀδεκ ]α ̣στων.
For the meaning ";seize and carry away,"; as in Acts 27:15, see P Ryl II. 119.28 (A.D. 54–67) κατὰ πᾶν οὖν συνηρπασμένοι ὑπὸ τούτου, ";we have therefore been robbed on every side by this man"; (Edd.). The subst. συναρπαγή is found in a deed of sale Archiv iii. p. 418.16 (vi/A.D.) δίχα π ]αντὸς δόλου καὶ φόβου καὶ βίας. . . καὶ περιγραφῆς πάσης καὶ συναρ ̣[παγῆς : cf. P Lond 77.7 (vi/A.D.) (= I. p. 232).
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