Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4846 - συμπνίγω
- to choke utterly
- metaph. the seed of the divine word sown in the mind
- to press round or throng one so as almost to suffocate him
press closely, of crowds, τινα Luke 8:42; ς. τὸ σπέρμα choke it, Mark 4:7 : metaph., ς. τὸν λόγον Matthew 13:22, cf. Luke 8:14 : — Pass., δένδρα συμπνιγόμενα Thphr. CP 6.11.6; οἱ ἄνθρακες συμπνίγονται are damped down, Sch. Ar. Nu. 96.
2. in Pass., to be drowned, of the Gadarene swine, Porph. Chr. 49.
* συν -πνίγω
(Rec. συμπ -),
to choke: of thronging by a crowd, Luke 8:42. Fig., of seed, τ . λόγον , Matthew 13:22, Mark 4:7; Mark 4:19, Luke 8:14.†
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Συράκουσαι (sometimes accented Συρακοῦσαι), ";Syracuse,"; a town in E. Sicily (Acts 28:12). The plur. form was due to its being both a citadel and a settlement in the valley (see Souter Lex. s.v.), but in late Greek the sing. ἡ Συράκουσα is also found, perhaps owing to popular usage (see Psaltes Gr. p. 142).
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