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Strong's #5420 - φράσσω

Transliteration
phrássō
Phonetics
fras'-so
Origin
apparently a strengthening form of the base of (G5424)
Parts of Speech
Verb
TDNT
None
Definition
Thayer's
  1. to fence in, block up, stop up, close up
  2. to put to silence
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 331 ‑ אָטַם (aw‑tam');  5472 ‑ סוּג (soog);  5480 ‑ סוּךְ (sook);  5526 ‑ שָׂכַךְ (saw‑kak', saw‑kak');  5640 ‑ שָׂתַם (saw‑tham', saw‑tham');  7515 ‑ רָפַשׂ (raw‑fas');  
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2 Corinthians
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Romans
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Verse Results
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

φράσσω,

Att. -ττω X. Cyn. 2.9, D. 21.17, al.: fut. φράξω (δια-) IG 22.1668.63, etc.: aor. ἔφραξα, φράξα Il. 12.263, Od. 5.256, etc., Att. inf. φάρξαι IG 12.371.20, part. δια-φάρξας ib.373.251: pf. πέφρᾰκα Ph. 2.350, later πέφρᾰγα (περι-) Sch. Hes. Sc. 298: plpf. ἐμ-πεφράκεσαν J. AJ 12.8.5: Med., v. φράγνυμι; fut. φράξομαι (ἐμ-) Luc. Tim. 19: aor. ἐφραξάμην, φρ- Il. 15.566: Pass., fut. φραχθήσομαι (ἐμ-) Gal. 5.616; φρᾰγήσομαι 2 Corinthians 11:10 : aor. 1 ἐφράχθην Il. 17.268, Pl. Ti. 84d: aor. 2 ἐφράγην [], subj. φρᾰγῇ Romans 3:19, part. φρᾰγείς Hero Spir. 1.19: pf. πέφραγμαι E. Ph. 733, etc.: plpf. ἐπεφράγμην Luc. Sat. 11, 3 sg. ἐπέφρακτο Hdt. 7.142: Hom. uses no tense but aor. Act., Pass., and Med. The Att. spellings πεφαργμένος and ἐφάρξαντο are given by Hdn.Gr. 2.384, cf. IG 12.ll.cc., and v. φαρκτός, ναύφαρκτος. [ by nature, for it does not become η in Ion. ]:

fence in, hedge round, hence with collat. notion of defence, secure, fortify, ῥινοῖσι βοῶν φράξαντες ἐπάλξεις having fenced the battlements with shields, Il. 12.263; φράξε δέ μιν [τὴν σχεδίην] ῥίπεσσι he fenced it with mats, to keep out the water, Od. 5.256; ἀρκύστατ' ἂν φράξειεν A. Ag. 1376; φ. δέμας ὅπλοισι Id. Pers. 456; ἔρνεσι φ. χεῖρα fill them full with wreaths of victory, Pi. I. 1.66: Med., φράξαντο δὲ νῆας ἕρκεϊ χαλκείῳ they fencedin their ships, Il. 15.566, cf. A. Th. 63; φραξάμενοι τὴν ἀκρόπολιν θύρῃσι Hdt. 8.51; πύλας.. ἐφραξάμεσθα προστάταις A. Th. 798; but ἐφράξαντο τὸ τεῖχος they strengthened it, Hdt. 9.70: abs., strengthen one's fortifications, Th. 8.35; φ. πρὸς τὰς διαβάσεις Plu. Mar. 23; φραξάμενοι in battle-array, Batr. 166: Pass., φραχθέντες σάκεσιν fenced with shields, Il. 17.268, cf. E. IA 826, etc.; ἡ ἀκρόπολις ῥηχῷ ἐπέφρακτο Hdt. 7.142; of the Nile, to be embanked, Id. 2.99: abs., πεφραγμένοι fortified, prepared for defence, Id. 5.34, Th. 1.82; of a person, armed, ἀσπιδίτης καὶ πεφρ. S. Fr. 426: metaph., ἐλπίδος πεφραγμένος having the defence of hope, cj. in Id. Ant. 235 (cod. Laur, πεπραγμένος, cett. and Sch. δεδραγμένος).

II put up as a fence, φράξαντες δόρυ δουρί, σάκος σάκεϊ joining spear close to spear, shield to shield, Il. 13.130; φράξαντες τὰ γέρρα having put up the shields as a close, thick fence, Hdt. 9.61: Med. πάγας ὑπερκότους ἐφραξάμεσθα cj. in A. Ag. 823.

2. σχάσασαι τὴν οὐρὰν καὶ φ., of dogs, X. Cyn. 3.5.

III stop up, block, τὴν ὁδόν Hdt. 8.7; τοὺς ἔσπλους Th. 4.13; τὰ παρασκήνια D. 21.17: Pass., ὑπὸ ῥευμάτων φραχθείς [ὁ πλεύμων ] Pl. l.c.; πεφραγμένων τῶν πόρων Arist. Pr. 935b14.

2. metaph., bar, stop, τὸ ἡγεμονικόν Ath. 4.157d: Pass., ἵνα πᾶν στόμα φραγῇ Romans 3:19; ἡ καύχησις αὕτη οὐ φραγήσεται εἰς ἐμέ 2 Corinthians 11:10.

Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

φράσσω ,

[in LXX: Job 38:8 (H5526 hi.), Hosea 2:6(8) (H7753), Proverbs 21:13 (H331), etc.;]

to fence in, stop, close: στόματα λεόντων , Hebrews 11:33; στόμα , metaph., Romans 3:19; pass., καύχησις , 2 Corinthians 11:10.†


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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

χολάω, ";am angry with"; c. dat. pers. Joh. 7:23. For χολόω see Preisigke 4531, an inscr. stating that the defilement of a sacred spot ἕξει τὸν Σέραπιν κεχολωμένον. In Menander Ἐπιτρέπ. 176 χολάω occurs in its original sense ";am mad";

 

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List of Word Forms
έφραξα εφραξαν έφραξαν ἔφραξαν πεφραγμένη φραγη φραγή φραγῇ φραγησεται φραγήσεται φράσσει φράσσοι φράσσω ephraxan éphraxan phrage phragē phragêi phragē̂i phragesetai phragēsetai phragḗsetai
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