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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3465 - Μυσία
Mysia = "land of beach trees"
- a province of Asia Minor on the shore of the Aegean Sea, between Lydia and Popontis; it included the cities of Pergamos, Troas, and Assos
Μυσία , -ας , ἡ ,
Mysia, a province of Asia Minor: Acts 16:7-8.†
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Thumb (Hellen. p. 123) cites the MGr νύ (φ)φη, ";bride,"; ";daughter-in-law,"; to support the Greek character of the meaning ";daughter-in-law"; (Matthew 10:35, Tobit 11:16 f. B, al.), as against Grimm’s reference to Heb. כַּלָּה The word is used of a little girl five years old in Kaibel 570.2 (ii/A.D.) Νύμφη is cognate with Lat. nubo, νυός, and νεῦρον (Boisacq, p. 673 f.).
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