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Strong's #5199 - ὑγιής

Transliteration
hygiḗs
Phonetics
hoog-ee-ace'
Origin
from the base of (G837)
Parts of Speech
adjective
TDNT
8:308,1202
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Thayer's
  1. sound
    1. of a man who is sound in body
  2. to make one whole i.e. restore him to health
  3. metaph. teaching which does not deviate from the truth
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 2416 ‑ חַי (khah'ee);  2421 ‑ חָיָה (khaw‑yaw');  7965 ‑ שָׁלֹם (shaw‑lome', shaw‑lome');  
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Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

ὑγι-ής, ές, gen. Att. -οῦς; dat. ὑγιεῖ; acc., Ion. ὑγιέα Hdt. 1.8, etc. (ὑγιᾶ, v.l. ὑγιέα, Hp. Art. 33); Att. ὑγιᾶ Th. 3.34, Pl. Chrm. 155e, al., X. Mem. 4.3.13; also ὑγιῆ IG 22.1673.42, 42(1).121.38,60,85, 122.109 (Epid., iv B. C.), Pl. Phd. 89d, Lg. 857e, cf. IG 14.1014 (ii A. D.), erroneously called un-Attic by Moer.p.375 P., Thom.Mag.p.365 R.: dual ὑγιῆ Pl. Ti. 88c: neut. pl. ὑγιᾶ IG 22.120.59, Thom.Mag. l.c., but ὑγιῆ in Pl. Lg. 684c, 735b, and freq. in Att. inscrr., IG 22.120.52, 1541.8, etc.; acc. pl. masc. ὑγιᾶς ib. 12.74.20; but ὑγιεῖς ib.42(1).121.36 (Epid., iv B. C.), 12(5).572.13 (Ceos, iii B. C.), and as fem., E. Ba. 948; gen. ὑγιῶν Pl. Lg. 735c: Comp. ὑγιέστερος Epich. 154 (with v.l. ὑγιώστερον), Sup. -έστατος Pl. Grg. 526d; irreg. Comp. ὑγιώτερος in Sophr. 34, prob. cj. in Epich. l.c.:

healthy, sound in body, ὑγιέα ποιέειν or ἀποδέξαι τινά restore him to health, make him sound, Hdt. 3.130, 134; ὑγιῆ σώματα ἀπεργάζεσθαι Pl. Lg. 684c; τὸ ὑ. τοῦ σώματος, opp. τὸ νοσοῦν, Id. Smp. 186b, cf. X. Mem. 1.3.13; πόλις (opp. φλεγμαίνουσα) Pl. R. 372e: prov., ὑγιέστερος κολοκύντας or ὄμφακος 'sound as a bell', Epich. l.c., Phot.; ὑγιέστερος κροτῶνος or Κρότωνος Men. 318, cf. Str. 6.1.12.

2. of one's case or condition, σῶς καὶ ὑ. safe and sound, Hdt. 4.76, Th. 3.34.

3. of things, safe and sound, in good case, of the Hermae, Lys. 6.12; of ships, Th. 8.107; κόσμος X. Mem. 4.3.13; τὸ ἔδαφος καὶ οἱ τοῖχοι Arist. Mir. 842a33; σῶν καὶ ὑγιὲς μένειν Pl. Ti. 82b; in good condition, unbroken, πίθοι, κώθων, λίθος, IG 12.326.7, 42(1).121.85 (Epid., iv B. C.), 7.3073.32 (Lebad., ii B. C.); πίθοι ὑ., opp. ἀγγεῖα τετρημένα καὶ σαθρά, Pl. Grg. 493e, cf. Cra. 440c, Men. 77a (v. infr. 111.1); ἱμάτια POxy. 530.20 (ii A. D.); μύλος ὑ. καὶ ἀσινής ib. 278.18 (i A. D.).

II sound in mind, Simon. 5.4, etc.; φρένες ὑγιεῖς E. Ba. 948; virtuous, Pl. Phd. 89d; ἦθος Id. R. 409d, etc.; ὡς ὑγιεστάτη ψυχή Id. Grg. 526d; as a complimentary epithet, ὑγιέστατον ἀνθύπατον OGI 568.6 (Tlos, iii A.D.).

2. of words, opinions, and the like, sound, wholesome, wise, μῦθος ὃς.. νῦν ὑγιής the word which is now fitting, Il. 8.524 (the only place where any of this family of words occurs in Hom.); ὑ. δόξαι Pl. R. 584e; εἴ τι ὑ. διανοοῦνται Th. 4.22, cf. Pl. Tht. 194b; χεῖρας καὶ γνώμην καθαροὶ καὶ ὑγιεῖς IG 12(1).789.5 (Lindus, ii A. D.).

3. freq. with a neg., λόγος οὐκ ὑ. Hdt. 1.8; οὐδὲν ὑ. βούλευμα Id. 6.100; so in Trag. and Att., ὦ μηδὲν ὑ. μηδ' ἐλεύθερον φρονῶν S. Ph. 1006; ἑλικτὰ κοὐδὲν ὑ. E. Andr. 448; οὐδὲν ὑ. διανοουμένων Th. 3.75; μηδὲν ὑ. λέγειν E. Ph. 201, cf. Ar. Th. 636, Pl. 274, etc.; φέρειν, ἀσκεῖν, Id. Ach. 956, Pl. 50; οὐδὲν ὑ. οὐδ' ἀληθὲς ἔχειν Pl. Phd. 69b: also of persons, τὰς οὐδὲν ὑγιές Ar. Th. 394; πανοῦργον, ἄδικον, ὑγιὲς μηδὲ ἕν Id. Pl. 37: c. gen., οὐδ' ἦν ἄρ' ὑ. οὐδὲν ἐμπύρου φλογός there is nothing sound or good in it, E. Hel. 746; φεῦ· ὡς οὐδὲν ἀτεχνῶς ὑ. ἐστιν οὐδενός Ar. Pl. 362, cf. 870, Pl. Phd. 90c, Grg. 524e, R. 584a, D. 18.23, etc.; οὐχ ὑ. οὐδὲν ἔτι λέγω τῶν ὀργίων E. Ba. 262, cf. Cyc. 259; ἐπ' οὐδενὶ ὑγιεῖ οὐδ' ἀληθεῖ Pl. R. 603b, cf. Lys. 9.4.

4. logically sound, τὸ ὑ. συνημμένον S.E. M. 8.118; ὑ. ἀπόδειξις Id. P. 1.116, cf. Arr. Epict. 2.1.4.

III neut. as Adv., ὑγιὲς φθέγγεσθαι ring sound and clear, opp. σαθρόν, Pl. Tht. 179d: also in phrase ἐξ ὑγιοῦς, φροντίζειν ὅπως καὶ τἆλλα γένηται.. ἐξ ὑ. correctly, in order, PTeb. 27.60 (ii B. C.); οὐκ ἐξ ὑ. τὰς κτήσεις ποιοῦσιν, i. e. dishonestly, Vett.Val. 90.32.

2. regul. Adv. ὑγιῶς, healthily, διάγειν Ath. 2.46f; soundly, κρίνειν, φιλοσοφεῖν, Pl. R. 409a, 619d; ὑ. πεπολίτευμαι D. 18.298; ὑ. ἀπαγγεῖλαι Plot. 4.4.19; ὑ. καὶ πιστῶς honourably and faithfully, freq. in Pap., POxy. 1031.18 (iii A. D.), etc. (Prob. from -, cf. Skt. su- 'well', and -γιη-, I.- E. γυιψç cf. guiyô in βιῶναι.)

Thayer's Expanded Definition

ὑγιής, ὑγιες, accusative ὑγιῆ (four times in the N. T., John 5:11, 15; John 7:23; Titus 2:8; for which ὑγια is more common in Attic (cf. Meisterhans, p. 66)), from Homer down, sound: properly (A. V. whole), of a man who is sound in body, Matthew 15:31 (WH only in marginal reading, but Tr brackets in marginal reading); Acts 4:10; γίνομαι, John 5:4 (R L), 6, 9, 14; ποιεῖν τινα ὑγιῆ (Herodotus, Xenophon, Plato, others), to make one whole i. e. restore him to health, John 5:11, 15; John 7:23; ὑγιής ἀπό etc. sound and thus free from etc. (see ἀπό, I. 3 d.), Mark 5:34; of the members of the body, Matthew 12:13; Mark 3:5 Rec.; Luke 6:10 Rec.; metaphorically, λόγος ὑγιής (A. V. sound speech) i. e. teaching which does not deviate from the truth (see ὑγιαίνω), Titus 2:8 (in the Greek writings, often equivalent to wholesome, fit, wise: μῦθος, II. 8, 524; λόγος οὐκ ὑγιής, Herodotus 1, 8; see other examples in Passow, under the word, 2; (Liddell and Scott, under the word, II. 2 and 3)).


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Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

ὑγιής , -ές ,

acc, ὑγιῆ

(Attic usually -ιᾶ ),

[in LXX for H2416, etc.;]

sound, whole, healthy: Matthew 12:13; Matthew 15:31, John 5:4; John 5:6; John 5:9; John 5:11; John 5:14-15; John 7:23, Acts 4:10; seq. ἀπό , Mark 5:34; of words, opinions, etc. (as in cl.), metaph., λόγος , Titus 2:8.†


Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament.
Copyright © 1922 by G. Abbott-Smith, D.D., D.C.L.. T & T Clarke, London.
Vocabulary of the Greek NT

The subst. ὑπώπιον, from which this verb is derived, denotes primarily ";the part of the face under the eyes,"; and hence ";a blow in the face,"; or ";a bruise"; generally : cf. P Lips I. 39.13 (A.D. 390) (= Chrest. II. p. 141), where a complaint is lodged of an attack—ὡς καὶ τὰ ὑπώπια ἔχω α ̣̓φ᾽ ὅλων τ ̣ῶν ὠ.[. . .] [καὶ ] τῶν π ̣ρ ̣ο ̣σ ̣[ . . . . . The verb is to be understood / ";treat severely"; in 1 Corinthians 9:27 (cf. Field Notes, p. 174). but passes into the meaning of ";weary"; in Luke 18:5 (cf. ib. p. 71). See also Lob. Phryn. p. 461.

 


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List of Word Forms
υγιεις υγιείς ὑγιεῖς υγιη υγιή ὑγιῆ υγιης υγιής ὑγιής ὑγιὴς υγιούς υγιώς υγραίνονται υγρασία hygie hygiê hygiē hygiē̂ hygieis hygieîs hygies hygiēs hygiḗs hygiḕs ugie ugiē ugieis ugies ugiēs
 
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