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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3965 - πατριά
- lineage running back to some progenitor, ancestry
- a nation or tribe
- a group of families, all those who in a given people lay claim to a common origin
- the Israelites which distributed into twelve tribes, descended from the twelve sons of Jacob, these were divided into families which were divided into houses
- family, in a wider sense, nation, people
Ion. πατρι-ιή, ἡ, (πατήρ)
lineage, descent, esp. by the father's side, ἐγενηλόγησε τὴν π. τὴν Κύρου Hdt. 3.75, cf. 2.143, Luke 2:4.
II = πάτρα 11.2, clan, Hdt. 1.200, Michel 195.1 (Elis, V B.C.), 995 A 26 (Delph., V B.C.).
2. family, LXX Exodus 12:3, al., Ephesians 3:15.
III in pl., = patrum officia, Cod.Just. 1.5.14.
πατριά , -ᾶς , ἡ
(< πατήρ ),
1. lineage, ancestry (Hdt.).
2. = πάτρα (more common in cl.), a family or tribe (so sometimes in Hdt., in LXX of related people, in a sense narrower than φυλή and wider than οἶκος ; v. Exodus 12:3, Numbers 32:28): Luke 2:4; in a wider sense (1 Chronicles 16:28, Psalms 22:27), Acts 3:25 (LXX) Ephesians 3:15.†
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";despise"; (Titus 2:15) : cf. P Oxy I. 71ii. 16 (A.D. 303), where a widow complains to the praefect regarding two overseers who περι [φ ]ρονοῦντές μου τῆς ἀπραγμ [οσύνης, ";despising my inability,"; had mismanaged her affairs, and P Gen I. 14.11 (Byz.) (Berichtigungsliste, p. 159) διὰ τὸ μὴ περιφρονεῖν μ ̣ε ̣ περὶ τὰ ἔνδοξα πράγματα.
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