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Strong's #5246 - ὑπέρογκος

Transliteration
hypéronkos
Phonetics
hoop-er'-ong-kos
Origin
from (G5228) and (G3591)
Parts of Speech
Adjective
TDNT
None
Definition
Thayer's
  1. overswollen
  2. metaph. immoderate, extravagant
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1419 ‑ גָּדֹל (gaw‑dole', gaw‑dole');  6382 ‑ פֶּלֶא (peh'‑leh);  7185 ‑ קָשָׁה (kaw‑shaw');  
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KJV (2)
2 Peter
1
Jude
1
NAS (2)
2 Peter
1
Jude
1
HCS (2)
2 Peter
1
Jude
1
BSB (2)
2 Peter
1
Jude
1
ESV (1)
2 Peter
1
WEB (2)
2 Peter
1
Jude
1
Verse Results
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

ὑπέρογκ-ος, ον,

of excessive bulk or size, γενομένης τῆς κνήμης ὑ. swelled to a great size, X. HG 5.4.58; [ μαστοὶ] οἱ ὑ. Sor. 1.88; πιμελὴς καὶ ὑ. Luc. tim. 15; δύναμις ὑ., opp. ταπεινή, D. 4.23; τὰ ὑ. τῶν βελῶν Arist. Aud. 802b34.

2. immoderate, excessive, οὐσίαι Pl. 317c; τιμαί, εὐτυχίαι, etc., Plu. 2.820f, Aem. 34, etc.; φρόνημα Id. Lu 21; τὰ ὑ., opp. τὰ ἐλλείποντα, Pl. Lg. 728e; of style, ponderous, verbose, Plu. 2.7a (but also ὑπέρογκα λαλεῖν talk 'big', Judges 1:16, cf. 2 Peter 2:18): generally, exceedingly great, πρᾶγμα Luc. DMort. 23.2. Adv. -κως Ph. 1.103, Plu. Demetr. 30: neut. as Adv., ὑπέρογκον φρονεῖν Iamb. Protr. 14.

3. difficult, LXX 2 Samuel 13:2.

Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

ὑπέρ -ογκος , -ον ,

[in LXX: Deuteronomy 30:11 (H6381), etc.;]

of excessive weight or size; metaph., excessive, immoderate, in late writers, of arrogant speech (v. Mayor on Ju, l.c.): n. pl., 2 Peter 2:18, Judges 1:16.†


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

A few miscellaneous exx. will suffice for this common verb—P Lille I. 5.7 (B.C. 260–59) εἰς σπέρμα, πρὸς αἰς φ [ησι ]ν ἔχειν πυῥοὖ π ̄γ ̄, ";pour semence, en plus des 83 artabes de blé qu’il dit avoir"; (Ed.), P Tebt II. 280.11 (B.C. 126) ὧν ἔφη ἠγπρἁκέναι᾽ κατὰ σὑγγραφήν, ";which (space) he stated he had bought by a contract,"; P Amh II. 30.44 (ii/B.C.) ἔφη ἐκχωρήσει <ι >ἐκ τῆς οἰκίας ἐν ἡ [μ ]έραις ι ̄, P Flor I. 49.6 (A.D. 209) Σαραπίωνος, ὥς φἡσιν, [ἀπὸ τῆ ]ς μητροπόλεως, and ib. 127.2 (A.D. 256) σὺν θεῷ φάναι προσδόκα ἡμᾶς, ";if God pleases, expect us.";

For the part, we may cite P Petr III. 30.6 (iii/B.C.) φαμένη καταστήσεσθαι πρός [με, ";though she said that she would appear against me"; (Edd.), and its frequent occurrence in the subscriptions of letters in such phrases as—P Ryl II. 155.23 (A.D. 138–61) ἐγρα ]ψα ὑ [πὲ ]ρ αὐτῆς κα [ ] τοῦ κυρίου φαμένων μὴ εἰδ [έν ]αι γράμ [ματα, and ib. 88.27 (A.D. 156) ἐγράφη διὰ Ἀμμωνίου νομογρἅφοὐ καὶ ἔστιν [ ] Διωγᾶς φάμενος μὴ εἰδέναι γράμματἀ, ";written by Ammonius, scribe of the nome; Diogas, professing to be illiterate"; (Edd.).

 

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List of Word Forms
υπερογκα υπέρογκα ὑπέρογκα υπέρογκον υπέρογκός υπεροράς υπεροράσει υπέρου υπεροφθήσεται υπερόψεται υπερόψομαί hyperonka hypéronka uperonka
Old / New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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