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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4960 - συστοιχέω
- to stand or march in the same row (file) with
- of soldiers
- to stand over against, be parallel with
- to answer to, resemble
- so once of a type in the OT which answers to the antitype in the NT
stand in the same rank or line, of soldiers, Plb. 10.23.7.
2. correspond to, τὸ Σινᾶ ὄρος.. ς. τῇ νῦν Ἱερουσαλήμ Galatians 4:25.
† συν -στοιχέω
(Rec. συσ -), -ῶ ,
to stand in the same rank or line (Polyb). Metaph., to correspond to: Galatians 4:25 (v. Lft., in l).†
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";Tertius."; The name of Paul’s Roman (?) amanuensis, Romans 16:22, occurs in an inscr. in the i/A.D. Cemetery of Priscilla, Dessau 8002—
(cited by Edmundson Church in Rome, p. 22, n..1).
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