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Strong's #1386 - δόλιος
δόλιος, α, ον
(ος, ον E. Alc. 33, Tr. 530), LXX Psalms 51:6(52).6, etc. (lyr.): — crafty, deceitful, treacherous, in Od. always of things, ἔπεα, τέχνη, 9.282, 4.455; ὁππότε.. δόλιον περὶ κύκλον ἄγωσιν the treacherous circle, i. e. the net, 4.792; μῆνις A. Ag. 155 (lyr.); of persons, Pi. P. 2.82, etc.; δόλιον ὄμμ' ἔχων A. Pr. 569; epith. of Aphrodite, B. 16.116, E. Hel. 238 (lyr.); of Hermes, S. Ph. 133, Ar. Pl. 1157; in later Prose, Plb. 21.34.1; δ. χείλη LXX Proverbs 26:23; ἀνελεύθερος καὶ δ. Phld. Ir. p.60 W. Adv. -ίως Batr. 93, Epigr.Gr. 387.7 (Apamea), LXX Jeremiah 9:4 (3), D.L. 9.35.
δόλιος, δόλια, δόλιον (δόλος); from Homer on, deceitful: 2 Corinthians 11:13.
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δόλιος , -α , -ον
(< δόλος ),
[in LXX—chiefly in Pss, Pr, Sir—for etc.;]
deceitful: 2 Corinthians 11:13.†
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We can quote the derived abstract from Vettius Valens, p. 2.3 τυφώδεις, ἀποκρύπτοντας τὴν δολιότητα, αὐστήρους κτλ. The verb δολιόω (LXX and NT), ";not found in prof. writ.";, was easily formed when wanted, but whether the translator of Numbers 25:18 was the first to coin it no one can say.
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