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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4874 - συναναμίγνυμι
- to mix up together
- to keep company with, be intimate with one
From G4862 and a compound of G303 and G3396
* συν -ανα -μίγνυμι
(acc to Bl., 8, -μείγνυμι ),
[in LXX: Hosea 7:8 A ( hithpo.), Ezekiel 20:18 A *;]
to mix up together; pass., reflex, and metaph., to associate with (Plut., Ath., al.): 1 Corinthians 5:9; 1 Corinthians 5:11, 2 Thessalonians 3:14 (v. M, Th., 117).†
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";ankle-bone."; New instances of this rare form (for σφυρόν) in Acts 3:7 א* B* C* are cited by Cadbury (JBL xlv. (1926), p. 200) from the iii/A.D. (?) palmomantic P Flor III. 391 .53, .56. He rightly notes that ";probably neither the common nor the uncommon spelling is distinctly medical"; (contrast Hobart p. 35, Harnack Luke the Physician, P. 191).
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