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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5285 - ὑποπνέω
- to blow underneath
- to blow softly
blow underneath, Arist. Pr. 887b30: used for ὑποπέρδομαι, Hsch. s.v. ψιβδεῖ.
II blow gently, Acts 27:13.
* ὑπο -πνέω ,
1. to blow underneath (Arist.).
2. to blow gently: Acts 27:13.†
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φιλοσοφία occurs in the NT only in Col. 2:8, where it is not ";philosophy"; in general that is condemned, but the particular system (note the art.), associated as it was with κενὴ ἀπάτη : see Hort Judaistic Christianity, p. 119. For the word in its direct application to mode of life, cf. Musonius p. 10.7 ἐπιστήμη δὲ περὶ βίον οὐχ ἑτέρα τις ἡ φιλοσοφία ἐστι
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