Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5261 - ὑπογραμμός
- a writing copy, including all the letters of the alphabet, given to beginners as an aid in learning to draw them
- an example set before one
writing-copy, pattern, model, outline, LXX 2 Maccabees 2:28; 2 Peter 2:21; ὑ. παιδικοί copy-heads for children, containing all the letters of the alphabet, of which three forms have been preserved by Clem.Al. Strom. 5.8.49, 48 — μάρπτε σφὶγξ κλὼψ ζβυχθηδόν, βέδυ ζὰψ χθὼμ πλῆκτρον σφίγξ, and κναξζβὶ χθύπτης φλεγμὼ δρόψ, which last was wrongly ascribed to Thespis (Fr. 4).
II outline, σκιὰ καὶ ὑ. Ph. Fr. 7 H.; πρὸς ἣν ἕκαστος ἔχει παρασκευὴν τὸν τακτικὸν δεῖ ὑπογραμμὸν τιθέναι τοῦ πλήθους Ael. Tact. 8.1.
**† ὑπογραμμός , -οῦ , ὁ
(< ὑπογράφω , (a) to write under; (b) to trace letters for copying),
[in LXX: 2 Maccabees 2:28*;]
1. a writing-copy, hence,
2. an example: 1 Peter 2:11 (Philo).†
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