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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #719 - ἁρμός
- a joining, a joint
ἁρμός, ὁ, (ἀραρίσκω)
1. joint, in masonry, IG 1.322; in metal-work, Ph. Bel. 77.39; ὁ προσιών, ἀπιὼν ἁ., front and back faces of blocks, IG 7.3073.106,112 (Lebad.), cf. 22.463.40: pl., fastenings of a door, E. Med. 1315, Hipp. 809; ἁ. χώματος λιθοσπαδής a fissure in the tomb made by tearing away the stones at their joining, S. Ant. 1216; chink in the fitting of a door, ἁρμῷ τὴν ὄψιν προσβαλεῖν D.H. 5.7, cf. Plu. Alex. 3.
2. bolt, peg, ἁ. ἐν ξύλῳ παγείς E. Fr. 360.12.
3. shoulder-joint, Hippiatr. 34.
** ἁρμός , -ου , ὁ ,
[in LXX: Sirach 27:2, 4 Maccabees 10:5 *;]
a joining, joint: Hebrews 4:12.†
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Syll 538.9 (? B.C. 353) συντιθέντα τοὺς ἁρμοὺς στερίφους, ἁρμόττοντας πανταχῆι, of the walls of a temple. Ib. 540.106 (B.C. 175–1) ἐκ τοῦ προσιόντος ἁρμοῦ : see Dittenberger’s note. The word occurs in connexion with wrenching limbs out of their sockets (ἐξ ἁρμῶν ἀναμοχλεύοντες) in 4 Maccabees 10:5.
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