the Week of Proper 19 / Ordinary 24
Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #3484 - Ναΐν
Nain =meaning "beauty"
- a village in Galilee located at the north base of Little Hermon
Ναΐν (WH Ναΐν (cf. Iota) (נָאִין, a pasture; cf. Simonis, Onomast. N. T., p. 115), ἡ, Nain, a town of Galilee, situated at the northern base of Little Hermon; modern Nein, a petty village inhabited by a very few families, and not to be confounded with a village of the same name beyond the Jordan (Josephus, b. j. 4, 9, 4): Luke 7:11. (Cf. Edersheim, Jesus the Messiah, i. 552f.)
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(Rec. Ναΐν ), ἡ ,
Nain, a village of Galilee: Luke 7:11.†
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P Petr III. 62 (b).7 (Ptol.) χόρτου ξηροῦ, P Oxy IX. 1188.4 (A.D. 13) κλάδους ξηρο (ύς), ib. IV. 736.82 (c, A.D. 1) σεμιδάρ (=λ)εως ξηρᾶς (ἡμιωβέλιον), ";for dry meal ½ ob.";, P Tebt II. 314.18 (ii/A.D.) κορέου ξηρο [ῦ, ";dried coriander,"; and the oracle Kaibel 1039.14 ξηρῶν ἀπὸ κλάδων καρπὸν οὐκ ἔσται λα [βεῖν. For the subst. ξηρασία, see P Tebt II. 379.9 (A.D. 128) χόρτον εἰς κοπὴν καὶ ξηρασ [ί ]αν, ";grass for cutting and drying,"; and for ξηρότης, see P Flor II. 176.11 (A.D. 256) ἐκ τῆς τῶν σύκων κακίας καὶ ξηρότητος. The vernacular MGr ξερός reverts to the old Epic and Ionic form (see e.g. Hom. Od. v. 402); cf. the MGr θεριό and σίδερο for the short unstressed vowel.
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