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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4873 - συνανάκειμαι
- to recline together, feast together
- of guests
recline together at table, Matthew 9:10, etc.
**† συν -ανά -κειμαι ,
[in LXX: 3 Maccabees 5:39 *;]
to recline with or together at table: Matthew 14:9, Mark 6:22, Luke 7:49; Luke 14:15; c. dat. pers., Matthew 9:10, Mark 2:15, Luke 14:10.†
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";a seal"; : cf. P Oxy I. 113.23 (ii/A.D.) ἐρωτηθεὶς ἀγ [ό ]ρασόν μοι σφραγ (ῖδα) ἀργυροῦν, ";I beg you to bring me a silver seal"; (Edd.), ib. I. 117.15 (ii/iii A.D.) ῥάκη δύο κατασεσημημμένα [τ ]ῇ σφραγεῖδί μου, ";two strips of cloth sealed with my seal."; In ib. XVI. 1886.6 (v/vi A.D.) τοῦτο π [αραδοὺ ]ς ἐδεξάμην τὴν αὐτοῦ σφρ ̣α ̣γ ̣ι ̣̑[δα, the editors understand the word as = either a ";signet-ring"; or a ";bond."; For the use of σφραγίς to denote the ";impression"; of a seal for attesting or closing, cf. P Oxy I. 106.22 (A.D. 135) where a certain Ptolema acknowledges the receipt of a Will ἐπὶ τῶν αὐτῶν σφραγείδων, ";with the seals intact"; (Edd.), which she had deposited ἑπὶ σφραγίδων, ";under seals"; in the archives, and now wished to revoke, and P Fay 122.8 (c. A.D. 100) τὰς δὲ λοιπὰς ὑπὸ τὴν ἀμφοτέρ [ω ]ν σφραγεῖδα ἐάσας, ";leaving the remaining (artabae of mustard) under the seal of you both."; See also Ev. Petr. 8 ἐπέχρισαν ἑπτὰ σφραγῖδας (as in Revelation 5:1).
For the use of σφραγίς to denote a ";plot"; of land, see the elaborate survey of Crown land in P Oxy VI. 918.8 al. (ii/A.D. with the editors’ introduction, and cf. P Lond 163.11 (A.D. 88) (= II. p. 183) ἐν μιᾷ σφραγῖδι, ";in one parcel (or lot),"; a recurrent formula, and P Iand 27.5 (A.D. 100–101) with the editor’s note.
For the later use of σφραγίς with reference to ";baptism,"; see the reff. in Sophocles Lex. s.v. and cf. Lightfoot Apost. Fathers I. ii. p. 226.
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