Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #495 - ἀντιπέραν
- over against, on the opposite shore, on the other side
I Ion. ἀντιπέρ-ην, Adv. = cross ἀντιπέρᾱς, v.l. in X. HG 6.2.9, cf. A.R. 2.177,al.; also κατ' ἀντιπέραν, c. gen., Plb. 9.41.11.
II Adj., Ἀσίδα τ' ἀντιπέρην τε Asia and the opposite coast, Mosch. 2.9.
† ἀντί -περα
(Rec. ἀντιπέραν , LTr. ἀντιπέρα ),
adv., = cl. ἀντιπέρας (MM, VGT, 49),
on the opposite side: c. gen., Luke 8:26.†
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This NT ἅπ. εἰρ., warranted from Polybius, is perhaps to be supplied in P Oxy I. 141.5 (A.D. 503) τοῖς ἀγροφύλαξ (ι) . . . φυλάττουσ (ι) τὸ ἀντιπελ ( ), with reference to guards who protected estates on the further bank (probably of the Baḥr Yusuf).
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