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Strong's #562 - ἀπέραντος
- that can not be passed through, boundless, endless
ἀπέραντος, ον, (περαίνω)
I boundless, infinite, of space, πεδίον Pi. N. 8.38 (who also has ἀπείραντος ἀλκά P. 9.35); πόντου κλῇδ' ἀ. E. Med. 213 (lyr.); τὸν ἀέρα τόνδ' ὄντ' ἀ. Ar. Nu. 393; ὁδός Pl. Tht. 147c; of time, endless, τὸ χρῆμα τῶν νυκτῶν ὅσον· ἀπέραντον Ar.Numbers 3:1-51; χρόνος Pl. Plt. 302a; of number, countless, infinite, ἀ. ἀριθμὸς ἀνθρώπων Id. Criti. 119a; ἀ. κακά Id. R. 591d, al.; λῦπαι Plu. So 7; πένθη Fab. 17; unlimited, τιμωρίαι D. 23.39; generally, of events, business, etc., ἀπέραντον ἦν there was no end to it, Th. 4.36; μακρὸν καὶ ἀ. φαίνεται Arist. EN 1101a26; ἀπέραντα περαίνειν represent as concluded what is not concluded, Luc. Philops. 9 (with allusion to signf. 111); μηδὲν ἀβασάνιστον μηδ' ἀ. Plb. 4.75.3. Adv., τὸ ἀπεράντως διεστηκός of unlimited dimensions, Arist. Ph. 204b21, Metaph. 1066b33.
II allowing no escape, whence none can pass, Τάρταρος, δίκτυον, A. Pr. 153, 1087 (both lyr.).
III in Logic, inconclusive, λόγος Phld. Ir. p.97 W., cf. Stoic. 2.77. incomplete, imperfect, of persons, ἀτελὴς καὶ ἀ. Artem. 1.12.
ἀπέραντος, ἀπέραντον; (περαίνω to go through, finish; cf. ἀμάραντος), that cannot be passed through, boundless, endless: γενεαλογιαι, protracted interminably, 1 Timothy 1:4. (Job 36:26; 3Macc. 2:9; in Greek writings from Pindar down.)
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