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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3872 - παρακαταθήκη
- a deposit, a trust or thing consigned to one's faithful keeping
- used of the correct knowledge and pure doctrine of the gospel, to be held firmly and faithfully, and to be conscientiously delivered unto others
deposit of money or property entrusted to one's care, Hdt. 5.92. ή; αἱ τῶν χρημάτων π. Isoc. 1.22; π. Ἀθηναίας, i.e. deposited in her temple, IG 22.1407.42; π. ἔχειν ib.12.116.16, Th. 2.72, cf. Anaxandr. 55.1; π. χρυσίου ἢ ἀργυρίου δεξάμενος Pl. R. 442e; π. καταθέσθαι παρά τινι Lys. 32.16, cf. 5; ἀποδιδόναι to restore it, Arist. EN 1135b7; ἀποστερῆσαι to withhold it, Id. Rh. 1383b21; ἐν π. δοθῆναι, ἔχειν, Plb. 5.74.5, Mitteis Chr. 372 vi 19 (ii A. D.); αἱ π. τῆς τραπέζης banking deposits, D. 36.6: metaph., ταῦτ' (sc. τοὺς νόμους) ἔχεθ'.. παρὰ τῶν ἄλλων ὡσπερεὶ π. Id. 21.177; οἱ τὴν τῶν νόμων π. ἔχοντες Aeschin. 1.187.
2. of persons entrusted to guardians, ward, Ἀπόλλωνα παρὰ Ἴσιος π. δεξαμένη Hdt. 2.156; of children, D. 28.15; of persons under the protection of the state, sacred trust, Din. 1.9. (Cf. παρκαθήκα.)
παρα -κατα -θήκη , -ης , ἡ .
[in LXX: Exodus 22:8; Exodus 22:11 (H4399), and elsewhere as v.l. for παραθήκη , q.v.;]
more usual than its variant in Gk. writers for a trust or deposit: 1 Timothy 6:20, 2 Timothy 1:14, Rec.†
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The designation Σαῦλος ὁ καὶ Παῦλος of Acts 13:9 is fully discussed by Deissmann BS, p. 313 ff., where it is shown that the Apostle was already in possession of the double name at the time referred to : cf. Ramsay Paul, p. 81 ff. Elsewhere (Recent Discovery, p. 356) Ramsay suggests that Paul’s complete Roman name may have been ";C. Julius Paullus,"; in view of the frequent conjunction of the names Julius Paullus in Lycaonia.
In the important letter on the Meletian Schism, P Lond 191459 (A.D. 335?), greetings are conveyed to Παῦλον τὸν ἀναγνώστην : the editor refers to a priest of the same name (ἀπὸ Τηέν <ε >ως) in ib. 191711 (c. A.D. 330–340), and to ὁ μακάριος Παῦλος in ib. 191925 (same date). The name is not uncommon in the inscrr., see e.g. Perg 374 A16 (time of Augustus), where Ἀ. Καστρίκιος Παῦλος is included among the choristers of θεὸς Σεβαστὸς καὶ θεὰ Ῥώμη in Pergamum : cf. Thieme, p. 40. In Menander Frag. Gr. Hist. iv. 245 there is mention of Παῦλος ὁ Κίλιξ.
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