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Strong's #972 - βίαιος

Transliteration
bíaios
Phonetics
bee'-ah-yos
Origin
from (G970)
Parts of Speech
Adjective
TDNT
None
Definition
Thayer's
  1. violent, forcible
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 5794 ‑ עַז (az);  5868 ‑ עֲיָם (ah‑yawm');  6064 ‑ עָנַשׁ (aw‑nash');  6862 ‑ צָר (tsar, tsawr);  6921 ‑ קָדִם (kaw‑deem', kaw‑deem');  
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Verse Results
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

βίαιος [ ], α, ον,

also ος, ον Pl. R. 399a, Philostr. VA 1.33: (βία):

I

1. forcible, violent: Adj. once in Hom., ἔρδειν ἔργα βίαια Od. 2.236, Adv. twice, by force, perforce, κατέδουσι βιαίως οἶκον Ὀδυσσῆος 2.237; γυναιξὶ παρευνάζεσθε βιαίως 22.37; freq. in all writers, ἔργα β. Thgn. 1343; νόμος ἄγει δικαιῶν τὸ βιαιότατον Pi. Fr. 169; of persons, βιαιότατος τῶν πολιτῶν Th. 3.36; χρόνος καταψήχει καὶ τὰ βιαιότατα Simon. 176; β. θάνατος a violent death, Hdt. 7.170, Pl. R. 566b, etc.; β. νόσος S. Ant. 1140 (lyr.); β. ἄνεμος Arist. Mete. 370b9; ἐπάρδευσις Epicur. Ephesians 2 p.44U. (Comp.); ὁ πόλεμος β. διδάσκαλος teaches by violence, Th. 3.82; δίκη βιαίων an action for forcible rescue, Harp.; τοῖς β. or τῶν βιαίων ἔνοχος, Lys. 23.12, Pl. Lg. 914e; βιαίων [ἐγκαλεῖ ] D. 37.33; τὰ [περὶ] τῶν βιαίων ibid.; συναλλάγματα β., λαθραῖα, obligationes ex delicto, Arist. EN 1131a8; κλοπαῖα καὶ β. Pl. Lg. 934c. Adv. βιαίως, ἀποθανεῖν Antipho 1.26; β. σέλμα σεμνὸν ἡμένων in their irresistible might, A. Ag. 182 (lyr.); χαλεπῶς καὶ β. by struggling and forcing their way, Th. 3.23; firmly, σχεδίας β. ζεύξαντες Plb. 3.46.1: neut. pl. as Adv., A. Supp. 821 (lyr.); πρὸς τὸ β. Id. Ag. 130; ἐκ τοῦ βιαιοτάτου D.H. 10.36.

2. esp. of magic, β. τέχνη Philostr. VA 1.33. Adv. βιαίως, σοφός a wizard, ib. 1.2.

II Pass.,

1. forced, constrained, opp. ἑκούσιος, πράξεις Pl. R. 603c; β. κίνησις, = παρὰ φύσιν κ., Arist. Ph. 254a9, cf. Pl. Ti. 64d; τὸ β., = οὗ ἔξωθεν ἡ ἀρχὴ μηδὲν συμβαλλομένου τοῦ βιασθέντος Arist. EN 1110b15; ἡ β. τροφή, of the diet of athletes, Id. Pol. 1338b41; πόνοι μὴ β. ib. 1335b9; ὁ χρημ.ατιστὴς (sc. βίος) β. τίς ἐστιν, Id. EN 1096a6; βιαιότερος λόγος Jul. Or. 6.191d. Adv. -ως, = παρὰ φύσιν, κινεῖσθαι Arist. Ph. 253b34: Comp. -οτέρως Gal. 17(1).19.

2. = βιαιοθάνατος, PMag.Par. 1.332.

Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

βίαιος , -α , -ον

(< βία ),

[in LXX for H6064, H5794, H6862, etc.;]

violent: Acts 2:2.†


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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

BGU I. 45.10 (A.D. 203) ἀνὴρ βίαιος ὑπάρχων μὴ λειτουργῶν , τῇ βίᾳ αὐτοῦ ἐπῆλθεν αὐτῷ . P Leid W vii. 27 (ii/iii A.D.) ἐλεήμων ἐν ὥραις βιαίος (for -αις , or -οις ). Cagnat IV. 351.31 has ἔργου βιαίου in a fragmentary context, in a rescript of Hadrian at Pergamum. The adj. occurs several times in Vettius Valens, who also has the compound βιαιοθάνατος , and derivatives -τέω and -σία . For the adverb, which is commoner, see P Par 14.22 ἐνοικοῦσιν βιαίως of those who ";forcibly"; take possession of a house, and cf. BGU II. 467.9 (ii/A.D.) βιαίως ἀπέσπασεν [τ ]ο ̣υ ̣̣ς καμή [λο ]υς ib. 648.9 (A.D. 164 or 196) (= Chrest. I. p. 423) βιαίως ἀντι [λ ]αμβάνονται τ [ο ]ῦ πατρικοῦ μου μέρους ; and OGIS 609.10 (iii/A.D.) ἐάν τις ὑμῖν ἐπιδημήσῃ βιαίως στρατιώτης . The comparative βιαιότερον is found P Lond 301.18 (B.C. 116–11) (= II. p. 14) βιαιότερον ἐμβατ [εύ ]σ [α ]ς εἰς τὸ δη [λούμενο ]ν ἔδα ̣φος .

 

 

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