Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5445 - φύραμα
[ῡ], ατος, τό,
that which is mixed or kneaded, dought, Mnesim. 4.11 (anap.), Arist. Pr. 929a25, LXX Exodus 8:3 (7.28), 12.34, al., Galatians 5:9, Romans 9:21, al.; in brewing, PTeb. 401.27 (i A. D.); generally, paste, κονίας καὶ βολβίτου φ. Gp. 15.2.8; καλάμου Dsc. 1.55; opp. θραῦσμα, Id. 3.84: metaph., of the human frame as a mixture, compound, Ph. 1.184, M.Ant. 7.68.
2. generally, mixture, σύμμιγμα καὶ φ. ἀέρος καὶ πυρός Plu. 2.922a, etc.: in pl., cements, ib.811c.
φύραμα , -τος , τό
(< φυράω , to mix),
that which is mixed or kneaded, a lump: of dough, Romans 11:16, 1 Corinthians 5:6-7, Galatians 5:9; of clay, Romans 9:21.†
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χρῖσμα (for accent see Blass-Debrunner § 13) is found in the NT in 1Jn. 2:20; 1Jn. 2:27, where it is variously understood of ";the act of anointing"; (Brooke ICC) or ";that with which the anointing is performed"; (Westcott Comm.). The word occurs in P Lond 121.874 (iii/A.D.) ( = I. p. 112) τῷ σεληνιακῷ χρίσματι, and 879. See also s.v. χρίω.
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