Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5296 - ὑποτύπωσις
- an outline, sketch, brief and summary exposition
- an example, pattern
- for an example of those who should hereafter believe
- to show by the example of my conversation that the same grace which I had obtained would not be wanting also to those who should hereafter believe
ὑποτύπ-ωσις [ῠ], εως, ἡ,
sketch, outline, Str. 2.5.18, Ph. 2.12, Anon. Lond.7.17, Hermog. Prog. 6, Poll. 7.128; ὑ. ἕνεκα συγγράμματος draft for a book, Gal. 15.760; as Empiric term, Id. 8.709, al.; opp. ἐξεργασία, Plot. 6.3.7; ὑπογραφάς τε καὶ ὑποτυπώσεις, opp. ὅρους, Stoic. 2.76: αἱ Ὑποτυπώσεις was the name given by Sextus Empiricus to his Outlines of the Pyrrhonic Philosophy, cf. D.L. 9.78, Gal. Libr. Propr.Praef.: Proclus calls one of his works ἡ ὑ. τῶν ἀστρονομικῶν ὑποθέσεων, Hyp. 7.50.
2. model, pattern, 1 Timothy 1:16, 2 Timothy 1:13; εἰς ὑποτύπωσιν ἀρετῶν Phld. Mus. p.77 K.
3. a Rhet. figure, by which a matter was vividly sketched in words, Quint. Inst. 9.2.40.
*† ὑπο -τύπωσις , -εως , ἡ
(< ὑποτυπόω , to delineate),
an outline, sketch. Metaph., a pattern, example: 1 Timothy 1:16, 2 Timothy 1:13.†
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c. ace. = ";prate against"; in 3Jn. 1:10. For the more general meaning ";talk nonsense,"; cf. P Cairo Zen III. 59300.7 (B.C. 250) δικαίως οὖν Ἀπολλωνίδει φλυαρεῖν ἐπέρχεται, ib. 9 οὐκ ἂν νῦν διὰ κενῆς ἐφλυάρει, and the Christian P Heid 6.12 (iv/A.D.) (= Selections, p. 126) ἵνα οὖν μὴ πολλὰ γράφω καὶ φλυραρήσω (l. φλυαρήσω), ";that I may not by much writing prove myself an idle babbler.";
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