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Entry for Strong's #4307 - πρόνοια

Transliteration
prónoia
Phonetics
pron'-oy-ah  
Word Origin
from (4306)
Parts of Speech
Noun Feminine
TDNT
4:1011,636
Word Definition [ Thayer | Strong | Mounce ]
Thayer's Definition
  1. forethought, providential care
  2. to make provision for a thing
Frequency Lists  [ Book | Word | Parsing ]
Verse Results
KJV (2) NAS (2) HCS (2)
Acts 1
Romans 1
Acts 1
Romans 1
Acts 1
Romans 1
BYZ TIS TR
N-ASF 1
N-GSF 1
N-ASF 1
N-GSF 1
N-ASF 1
N-GSF 1
NA WH
N-ASF 1
N-GSF 1
N-ASF 1
N-GSF 1


Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

πρόνοια,

Ion. προνο-οίη, ἡ, ( πρόνοος ) perceiving beforehand, foresight, foreknowledge, τοὖπος τὸ θεοπρόπον τᾶς παλαιφάτου π. S. Tr. 823 (lyr.); προνοίαισι τοῦ πεπρωμένου A. Ag. 684 (lyr.).

2. = πρόγνωσις 11 .b, Hp. ap. Gal. 18 (2).8.

II foresight, forethought, ἐπῄνεσ' . . πρόνοιαν ἣν ἔθου S. Aj. 536; π. δ' ἐστὶν οὐδενὸς σαφής Id. OT 978; προνοίας οὕνεκα so far as foresight, caution is required, Id. Ph. 774, cf. El. 1015; ἐκ προνοίης with forethought, purposely, Hdt. 1.120, 159, etc.; opp. κατὰ τύχην, Id. 8.87, cf. Antipho 5.21, Lys. 26.19, Pl. Phdr. 241e; ἀπὸ προνοίας τινῶν by their precautions, Th. 8.95; τὴν π. τὴν ές ἡμέας ἔχουσαν Hdt. 8.144; προνοίᾳ τῶν συγγενῶν, φίλων, τῆς πόλεως, by care for . ., And. 1.56; esp. of crimes committed with design or malice prepense, ἐκ προνοίας τραῦμα, ἐκ π. φόνοι, Aeschin. 3.212, Din. 1.6, etc.; ἐκ π. ἀποθνῄσκειν Antipho 1.22, cf. Lys. 3.28; τὰ ἐκ π., opp. ἀκούσια, Arist. Pol. 1300b26; so οὐδεμία π. ἐστι τραύματος no intention of wounding, Lys. 3.41; πρόνοιαν ἔχειν (or ἴσχειν ) τινός to take thought for . ., show care for . ., E. Alc. 1061, Th. 2.89, etc.; περί τινος S. Ant. 283; ὑπέρ τινος Isoc. 16.9; ἡ τοῦ χόρτου π. PFlor. 131.7 (iii A. D.), cf. 148.2 (iii A. D.): c. inf., πολλὴν π. εἶχεν εὐσχήμως (fort. εὐσχήμων ) πεσεῖν E. Hec. 569; πολλὴν π. ἔχειν μέλλοντας . . to be ware of doing a thing, Antipho 5.91; π. ποιεῖσθαί τινος D. 21.97, etc.: pl., X. Oec. 7.38 .

2. providence, τοῦ θείου ἡ π. Hdt. 3.108; τοῦ θεοῦ S. OC 1180; θεία π. E. Ph. 637 (troch.); πρόνοιαι θεῶν Pl. Ti. 44c: abs., divine providence, προνοίας ἔργῳ X. Mem. 1.4.6, etc., cf. Zeno Stoic. 1.44, Cleanth.ib.121, Chrysipp. ib.2.168, al. ( περὶ προνοίας as title of one of his works, ib.3.203).

3. Pythag. name for five, Theol.Ar. 31.

4. office of προνοητής, POxy. 472.10 (ii A. D.) .

III Πρόνοια Ἀθηνᾶ Athena as goddess of Forethought, under which name she was worshipped at Delphi, D. 25.34, D.S. 11.14, Parth. 25, Paus. 10.8.6, Plu. 2.825b, Jul. Or. 4.149b, etc.; at Delos acc. to Macr. Sat. 1.17.55, cf. Aristid. 1.97 J., Or. 37(2).26; also Ἰουλία θεὰ Σεβαστὴ Π. IG 3.461: this name of Athena, which is guaranteed by the context in D., Aristid., Jul., Macr. Il. cc., seems to have been a distortion of the name Προναία or Προνᾴα (v. πρόναος 1 ), but πρόνοια is f.l. for Προναία (or Προνᾴα ) in Aeschin. (v. πρόναος 1 ), and D.S., Parth., Paus., Plu. Il. cc. shd. perh. be corrected.

Thayer's Expanded Definition

πρόνοια, προνοίας, (προνως), from (Aeschylus, Sophocles), Herodotus down, forethought, provident care: Acts 24:2 (3) (A. V. providence); ποιοῦμαι πρόνοιαν τίνος, to make provision for a thing (see ποιέω, I. 3, p. 526a top), Romans 13:14.

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Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

πρόνοια , -ας ,

(<πρόνοος , careful),

[in LXX: Da LXX Daniel 6:18 (19) Wisdom of Solomon 14:3; Wisdom of Solomon 17:2; *;]

foresight, forethought: Acts 24:3; Papyri ποιεῖσθαι , c. gen. (Dem., 546, 6), make provision for, show care for: Romans 13:14.†


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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

As distinguished from πρόϊμος, derived from πρό, πρωϊνός (Revelation 2:28; Revelation 22:16), derived from πρωΐ, means ";belonging to the morning"; in contrast to ἑσπερινός, ";belonging to the evening"; (see s.v. ἑσπερινός) : cf. Thackeray Gr. i. p. 90.

 

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επρονομεύσαμεν επρονόμευσαν πεπρονομευμένος προενόμευσαν προνοιαν πρόνοιαν προνοιας προνοίας προνομευθήσεται προνομεύοντες προνομευόντων προνομεύουσιν προνομεύσαι προνομεύσαντας προνομεύσαντάς προνομευσάντων προνομεύσει προνομεύσεις προνομεύσης προνόμευσον προνομεύσουσι προνομεύσω προνομή προνομήν προνομής προοίμιον προοιμίω pronoian prónoian pronoias pronoías
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