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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3735 - ὄρος
ὄρος, εος, τό:
1. gen. pl. ὀρέων (the form proper to Ion. and other dialects) is required by the metre in E. Ba. 719 (iamb.) and freq. in lyr. verse, as S. OT 1106, and is alone used in LXX, Genesis 8:5, al., cf. IG 7.2225.18 (ii B. C.), Revelation 6:15; but ὀρῶν (the Att. form) is required in A. Pr. 719, 811, Fr. 342, E. Ba. 791, and occurs in Th. 3.24, Pl. Criti. 111c, SIG 888.120 (Scaptopara, iii A. D.), etc.: the and Lyr.forms οὔρεος, οὔρεϊ, οὔρεα, οὔρεσι prob. have οὐρ- metri gr. for ὀρ- (so ὤρεα, ὤρεος metri gr. in Dor., Theoc. 1.77, 115, 4.35, Hymn.Isa 162): the Ion. form is ὀρ-, Od. 9.21, al., Anacr. 2.5, v. cross ὄρειος (οὔρεσιν is an Epicism in Semon. 14.1, cf. οὔρη at end of a hexam., IG 12(8).445.6(Thasos)); ὄρος is found in codd. of Hdt. 1.43, 2.8, 12, 7.176 and should perh. be restd. elsewh.: — mountain, hill, ὄρεος κορυφῇσι Il. 3.10, al.; οὔρεος ἐν βήσσῃσιν 11.87; ἐν ὄρεσσι 1.235, al.; ἐν οὔρεσιν 24.614, al.; τρέμε δ' οὔρεα μακρά 13.18, etc.; Γαῖα.. γείνατο δ' Οὔρεα μακρά, θεῶν χαρίεντας ἐναύλους Hes. Th. 129.
2. canton, parish, ὄ. Ἀργειατᾶν, ὄ. Ὀγχνιάἱον, etc., Mnemos. 42.332 (Argos, iv B.C.).
3. in Egypt, desert, PTeb. 383.61 (i A. D.); as place of burial, POxy. 274.27 (i A. D.), PRyl. 153.5 (ii A. D.), PGrenf. 2.77.22 (iii/iv A. D.).
4. part of the foot, = cross τὸ ἄνω πρὸ τῶν δακτύλων, Poll. 2.197.
5. = cross ἀμίς, Sch. Ar. Ach. 82.
ὄρος , -ους , τό ,
[in LXX chiefly, and very freq., for H2022;]
a mountain: Matthew 4:8; Matthew 17:1, Mark 9:2, John 4:20, 2 Peter 1:18, al.; opp. to βουνός , Luke 3:5 (LXX); ὄ . τ . ἐλαιῶν , Matthew 21:1; Matthew 24:3, al. (see ἐ .); ὄ . Σιών (Σ ., prob. in gem appos.), Hebrews 12:22, Revelation 14:1; ὄ . Σινά , Acts 7:30; Acts 7:38 Galatians 4:24-25; τὸ ὄ ., of the hill district as distinct from the lowlands, esp. the hills above the Sea of Galilee, Matthew 5:1; Matthew 8:1, Mark 3:13; Mark 6:46, al.; τὰ ὄ ., Matthew 18:12, Mark 5:5, Hebrews 11:38, Revelation 6:14, al.; proverbially (cf. Rabbinic, הדים עקר ), of overcoming difficulties, accomplishing marvels, ὄρη μεθιστάνειν , 1 Corinthians 13:2, cf. Matthew 17:20; Matthew 21:21, Mark 11:23.
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In Kaibel 1103.3 πανοῦργος is found as an epithet of Eros. The editor renders it veterator, ";crafty"; : cf. 2 Corinthians 12:16, the only occurrence of the adj. in the NT. P Lond 46.73 (iv/A.D.) (= I. p. 67) shows πανουργικὸν ξύλον in a spell for discovering a thief. Πανοῦργος is formed on the analogy of κακοῦργος <κακο -ϝ εργος (Boisacq s.v. πᾶς, p. 748).
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