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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1279 - διαπορεύομαι
- to cause to pass through a place
- to carry across
- to journey through a place, go through
- to travel through
From G1223 and G4198
δια -πορεύω ,
to carry over. Pass., to pass across, journey through: absol., Luke 18:36, Romans 15:24; seq. κατὰ πόλεις κ . κώμας , Luke 13:22; διά , c. gen., Mark 2:23, Luke 6:1 (cf. Proverbs 9:12 c, Wisdom of Solomon 3:1); c. acc, Acts 16:4.†
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Aristeas 322 concludes his letter by assuring Polycrates that if he discovers anything else worthy of narration he will set it forth—ἵνα διαπορευόμενος αὐτὰ κομίζῃ τοῦ βουλήματος τὸ κάλλιστον ἔπαθλον, ";in order that in the perusal thereof thou mayst win the fairest reward for thy zealous desire"; (Thackeray). BGU IV. 1116.11 (B.C. 13) τοῦ δι [απ ]ορευομένου μηνός, and so 1136.5 (c. B.C. II), ";the month now current."; P Leid Wviii. 19 (ii/iii A.D.) αὐτὸς γὰρ ὁ Αἰὼν Αἰῶνος, ὁ μόνος κ (αὶ) ὑπερέχων, ἀθηώρητος διαπορεύεται τὸν τόπον.
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