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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5418 - φραγμός
- a hedge, a fence
- that which separates, prevents two from coming together
fencing in, blocking up, τῆς ἀκουούσης πηγῆς S. OT 1387.
2. intestinal obstruction, Cael.Aur. CP 3.17.
II fence, paling, X. Cyn. 11.4, AP 9.343 (Arch.) BGU 1119.32 (i B. C.), Matthew 21:33, etc.; hedge, Aesop. 385; railing of the bridge over the Hellespont, Hdt. 7.36: fortification, ib. 142; of the diaphragm, Hp. Flat. 10, Arist. PA 672b20; of the shard of beetles, ib. 682b17; of the teeth, Poll. 2.93.
2. metaph., partition, Ephesians 2:14. nickname of a man with a bristly beard, Luc. Pseudol. 27.
φραγμός , -οῦ , ὁ
(< φράσσω ),
1. prop., a fencing in (Soph., OT, 1387).
2. = φράγμα , a fence: Matthew 21:33, Mark 12:1, Luke 14:23. Metaph., μεσότοιχον (q.v.) τοῦ φ ., gen. epexeg., Ephesians 2:14 (v. Ellic., in l).†
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";a choenix,"; a Greek dry measure, equivalent to 1.92 pints (Rev. 6:6) : cf. the note ad P Petr II. 25 (a) (iii/B.C.). In CPR I. 242.9 (A.D. 40) σὺν χοινίκεσιν δοισί, the editor and thinks that the reference is to the two nave boxes of an oil-mill.
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