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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #643 - ἀποσκευάζω
- to carry off goods and chattels
- to pack up and carry off
- to carry off one's personal property or provide for its carrying away
From G575 and a derivative of G4632
ἀπο -σκευάζω ,
[in LXX: Leviticus 14:36 (H6437 pi.) *;]
to pack and carry off; mid., to pack and remove one's goods: Acts 21:15, Rec. (v. ἐπισ -).†
ἐπι -σκευάζω ,
[in LXX for pm pi., etc.;]
to equip, make ready; mid., to make one's preparations: Acts 21:15.†
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For the subst. see the important P Par 63iii. 90 (B.C. 165) καὶ τὰς ἀποσκευὰς τῶν ἐν τῆι πόλει περισπᾶν, where Mahaffy (P Petr III. p. 27) renders, ";and that you should distrain the furniture of those in the city";; cf. ibvii. 7 ταῖς ἀποσκευαῖς αὐτῶν ἐπιγεγράφθαι γῆν. The verb is not a NT word (Acts 21:15 in 33 and a few cursives).
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