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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2743 - καυτηριάζω
- to mark by branding, to brand, branded with their own consciences
- whose souls are branded with the marks of sin
- who carry about with them the perpetual consciousness of sin
- in a medical sense, to cauterise, remover by cautery
brand, Str. 5.1.9: — Pass., Hippiatr. 1: metaph., κεκαυτηριασμένοι τὴν ἰδίαν συνείδησιν 1 Timothy 4:2.
(Rec. καυτηρ -, and so usually in Gk. writers, v. Soph., Lex., s.v.),
to mark by branding, brand (AV, scar, but v. CGT, in l): metaph., pass. pf. ptcp., 1 Timothy 4:2 (cf. καυτήριον , 4 Maccabees 15:22 *).†
καυτηριάζω , Rec. for καυστηριάζω , q.v.
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Wilcken suggests as a possible restoration of BGU III. 952.4 (ii/iii A.D.) καυστηρ ̣ιά ]ζουσι τὴν γύψον. The subst. καύστης is found in ib..5 .
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