the Week of Proper 19 / Ordinary 24
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Strong's #3534 - νῖκος
- to utterly vanquish
νῖκος, εος, τό,
later form for νίκη, LXX 1 Esdras 3:9, BGU 1002.14 (i B.C.), IG 12 (5).764.2 (Andros, prob. i A.D.; written νεῖκος), Matthew 12:20, Vett.Val. 358.5, Orph. A. 587, APl. 5.381, read by Aristarch. in Il. 12.276; εἰς νῖκος for ever, LXX 2 Samuel 2:26, al.
νῖκος, νικους, τό, a later form equivalent to νίκη (cf. Lob. ad Phryn., p. 647; (Buttmann, 23 (20); Winers Grammar, 24)), victory: 1 Corinthians 15:55, 57 (2 Macc. 10:38; (1 Esdr. 3:9)); εἰς νῖκος, until he have gained the victory, Matthew 12:20; κατεπόθη ὁ θάνατος εἰς νῖκος, (A. V. death is swallowed up in victory) i. e. utterly vanquished, 1 Corinthians 15:54. (The Sept. sometimes translate the Hebrew לָנֶצַח, i. e. to everlasting, forever, by εἰς νῖκος, 2 Samuel 2:26; Job 36:7; Lamentations 5:20; Amos 1:11; Amos 8:7, because נֶצַח denotes also splendor, 1 Chronicles 29:11, and in Syriac victory.)
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† νῖκος , -ους , τό ,
late form of νίκη ,
[in LXX: Lamentations 3:18 (H5331), 1 Esdras 3:9, 2 Maccabees 10:38, 4 Maccabees 17:12; εἰς ν . (instead of εἰς τέλος , Job 14:20), 2 Samuel 2:26, Job 36:7, Amos 1:11; Amos 8:7, Jeremiah 3:5, La 5:20 (H5331, as נ֝ in Syr., = victory)*;]
victory: Matthew 12:20 (Isaiah 42:3, LXX ἀλήθεια ), 1 Corinthians 15:54 (Isaiah 25:8, Aq., Th.), 1 Corinthians 15:55 (Hosea 13:14, LXX δίκη ), 1 Corinthians 15:57.†
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For οῖος without τοιοῦτος in the sense of ";such as,"; ";of what kind,"; as in Matthew 24:21 al., cf. P Oxy II. 278.18 (A.D. 17) ἀπ [οκα ]ταστησάτωι ὁ μα ̣νης τὸν μύλον ὑγιῆι καὶ ἀσινῆι, οῖον καὶ παρείληφεν, ";the servant shall restore the mill safe and uninjured in the condition in which he received it"; (Edd.), P Ryl II. 154.28 (A.D. 66) τὰ παράφερνα οῖα ἐὰν ἐκ τῆς τρίψεως ἐγβῆι, ";the parapherna as they emerge from wear and tear"; (Edd.). For οῖος used as a relative (cf. Proleg. p. 93), cf. P Lond 982.5 (iv/A.D.) (= III. p. 242) ἀφ᾽ οἵας γὰρ ἡμέρας ἀνήλ [θομεν ] ἀπὸ τῆς δοκιμασίας Ἀννιανοῦ, and see also the late P Lond IV. 1343.30 (A.D. 709) ὅπως μὴ εὕρωμεν κατ᾽ αὐτῶν ἀφορμὴν τὴν οἵαν οὖν, ";in order that we may not find any ground of complaint whatever against them."; In P Ryl II. 77.23, .25 (A.D. 192) we have the phrases οἷόν τ᾽ ἐστίν (cf. 4 Maccabees 4:7) and οὐκ οἷόν τ᾽ ἐστίν, unfortunately both in broken contexts, but see P Tebt II. 411.7 (ii/A.D.) οἷός τε ἦν καὶ προγράψαι εἰ μὴ ἐπηγγειλάμην σήμερόν σε παρέσασθαι, ";he (the epistrategus) might even have proscribed you, had I not promised that you would be present to-day"; (Edd.). According to Lob. Phryn. p. 372 οὐχ οἷον δὲ ὅτι (Romans 9:6) is to be understood as a strong negative equivalent to οὐ δήπου, ";not of course that,"; cf. Field Notes, p. 158. For οἷος used in an indirect question, as in 1 Thessalonians 1:5, cf. Epict. iv. 6. 4 καὶ ἡ προσποίησις ὅρα δι᾽ οἵων ἂν γένοιτο, ";and consider by what means you would achieve your pretence"; (Matheson).Οἷος survives in MGr in ὅ (γ)οιος, which is current in dialects : see Jannaris Gr. § 615, Thumb Handbook, p. 94.
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