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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #3978 - πεζεύω
- to travel on foot (not on horseback or in carriage), or (if opp. to going by sea) by land
go or travel on foot, walk, ἐπὶ γαίας πόδα πεζεύων (where πόδα is pleon.) E. Alc. 869 (anap.); οὔτε ἄπουν οὔτε πεζεῦον Arist. PA 669b7; π. περὶ τὴν τροφήν, of certain birds, Id. HA 593a25, cf. GA 751b13.
2. go or travel by land, opp. going by sea, X. An. 5.5. , Plb. 16.29.11; π. μετὰ τῶν ἵππων Id. 10.48.6; οἱ πεζεύοντες land-forces, Arist. Pol. 1327b10; π.διὰ τῆς θαλάσσης, of Xerxes passing by his bridge over the Hellespont, Isoc. 4.89; π. τὴν θάλασσαν pass it like dry land, Philostr. Im. 1.8; simply, march, pass through, ἀνοδίας Ph. 2.257: — Pass., ὁ Ἄθως πλείσθω καὶ ὁ Ἑλλήσποντος πεζευέσθω Luc. Rh. Proverbs 18:1-24; ἡ ἐκ Βρεντεσίου πεζευομένη ὁδός by land, Str. 6.3.5; πεζεύεται impers., ταῖς ἁρμαμάξαις Id. 4.1.14.
πεζεύω; (πεζός, which see); to travel on foot (not on horseback or in a carriage), or (if opposed to going by sea) by land: Acts 20:13. (Xenophon, Isocrates, Polybius, Strabo, others.)
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(< πεζός ),
to travel on foot or by land: Acts 20:13.†
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πήγνυμι, which is used of ";fixing"; or ";setting up"; the tabernacle in Hebrews 8:2, is found = ";plant"; in P Lond 414.18 (c. A.D. 346) (= II. p. 292) ἔπηξαν μὲν ἐρίχα [ν ] ἀγρὶν (l. ἐρείκην ἀγρίαν) καὶ σῦκα. For the subst. πῆγμα see ib. 1177.176 (A.D. 113) (= III. p. 186) εἰς πήγματα, and for πῆξις cf. P Strass I. 32i. 4 (A.D. 261) ἥλους τέσσαρας εἰς τὴν τούτου πῆξιν.
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