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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5315 - φάγω
- to eat
- to eat (consume) a thing
- to take food, eat a meal
- metaph. to devour, consume
φάγων [ᾰ], ωνος, ὁ,
glutton, Varro ap.Non. p.69 L., Vopisc. Aurel. 50.
II φαγών, όνος, ὁ, jaw, Hsch. (pl.).
(TR Φουρ - : cf. Mayser Gr. p. 116f.), ";Fortunatus,"; a Christian of Corinth (1Co. 16:17), who is perhaps to be identified with the Fortunatus of Clem. Rom. 1 Cor. lxv. The name, however, is very common : see Lightfoot Apost. Fathers Part I. Vol. I p. 187, n..10, and the exx. collected in ib. p. 29, n..3 and p. 62, n..1. Add OG1S 707.5 Φορτουνᾶτος Σεβασ [τοῦ ] ἀπελεύθερος.
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