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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5468 - χαλιναγωγέω
- to lead by a bridle, to guide
- to bridle, hold in check, restrain
guide with or as with bit and bridle, γλῶσσαν, σῶμα, James 1:26, James 3:2, cf. Luc. Salt. 70, Tyr. 4; ἄνθρωπον Vett.Val. 248.25, cf. Chor. 32.139p.376 F.-R., Lib. Decl. 3 Intr. 1.
*† χαλιναγωγέω , -ῶ
(<χαλινός , ἄγω ),
to lead with a bridle; metaph., to bridle, restrain: c. acc, γλῶσσαν , James 1:26; σῶμα , James 3:2.†
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";psalm"; or ";song,"; sung to a harp accompaniment : see Syll 524 ( = .3 959).10 (ii/A.D.), where κιθαρισμός and ψαλμός are distinguished, the former, according to the editor, being ";de eo qui plectro utitur,"; the latter ";de eo qui ipsis digitis chordas pulsat."; See also Preuschen-Bauer Wörterb. s.v.
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