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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2869 - κοπάζω
- to grow weary or tired
- to cease from violence, cease raging
aor. ἐκόπασα (v. infr.): pf. κεκόπακα Hsch.: —
grow weary, τοῦ πολέμου LXX John 14:15; τοῦ θυμοῦ ib. Ezra 2:1; of an abnormal pulsation, abate, Hp. Epid. 7.2; esp. of natural phenomena, ἐκόπασε (sc. ὁ ἄνεμος) Hdt. 7.191, cf. Matthew 14:32; ὅταν ἡ λίμνη κοπάσῃ Arist. Pr. 935a18; ἐκόπασε τὸ πῦρ LXX Numbers 11:2; of heat, Longus 1.8.
(< κόπος ),
to grow weary; of the wind (Hdt., Jh., l.c.), to abate, cease raging: Matthew 14:32, Mark 4:39; Mark 6:51.†
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On the Ionic origin of this word = ";cease,"; ";sink to rest,"; which survives in MGr, see Thumb Hellen. pp. 209, 211, 214. Cf. Hesychius κόπασον · ἡσύχασον.
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