the Week of Proper 20 / Ordinary 25
Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #3701 - ὀπτασία
- the act of exhibiting one's self to view
- a sight, a vision, an appearance presented to one whether asleep or awake
(A), ἡ, (ὀπτάζομαι)
vision, AP 6.210 codd. (Philet.; v. ὁπλισία), LXX Ezra 4:17, Luke 1:22; simply, appearance, LXX Ma. 3.2, Si. 43.2.
(B), ἡ, prob.
scribal error for ὀπτάνιον, PHolm. 9.39.
ὀπτασία, ὀπτασίας, ἡ (ὀπτάζω);
1. the act of exhibiting oneself to view: ὀπτασιαι κυρίου, 2 Corinthians 12:1 (A. V. visions; cf. Meyer at the passage) (ἐν ἡμέραις ὀπτασίας μου, Additions to Esther 4:1, 44 (13)
2. a sight, a vision, an appearance presented to one whether asleep or awake: οὐρανίῳ ὀπτασία, Acts 26:19; ἑωρακέναι ὀπτασίαν, Luke 1:22; with the genitive of apposition ἀγγέλων, Luke 24:23. A later form for ὄψις (cf. Winers Grammar, 24), Anthol. 6, 210, 6; for מַרְאֶה, (Theod.) Daniel 9:23; Daniel 10:1, 7f.
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† ὀπτασία , -ας , ἡ
(< ὀπτάζομαι , Numbers 14:14* = ὀπτάνομαι ), later form of ὄψις ,
1. an appearing, coming into view (Ma, Es, Sir, ll. c.).
2. a vision: Luke 1:22; Luke 24:23, Acts 26:19, 2 Corinthians 12:1 (Da, ll. c., also in MGr.).†
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