the Week of Proper 4 / Ordinary 9
Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #4147 - πλουτέω
- to be rich, to have abundance
- of outward possessions
- metaph. to be richly supplied
- is affluent in resources so that he can give blessings of salvation to all
( πλοῦτος )
to be rich, wealthy, opp. πένομαι, τάχα σε ζηλώσει ἀεργὸς πλουτεῦντα Hes. Op. 313; πενιχρὸς αἶψα μάλ' ἐπλούτησε becomes rich, Thgn. 663, cf. Pl. R. 421d, Men. Kol. 42; π. μέγα, μάλιστα, μεγάλως, Hdt. 1.32, 3.57, 6.125; πλούτει κατ' οἶκον μέγα S. Ant. 1168; ὄναρ πεπλουτηκέναι 'build castles in the air', Pl. Ly. 218c, cf. Tht. 208b; μὴ σπεύδετε πλουτεῖν μᾶλλον ἢ χρηστοὶ δοκεῖν εἶναι Isoc. 3.50; ταχέως πλουτῆσαι Lys. 18.18; π. ἀπὸ τῶν κοινῶν to be rich from the public purse, Ar. Pl. 569; π. ἀφ' ἑαυτῶν Porph. Sent. 40; π. ἐκ τῶν ἀλλοτρίων Lys. 32.25; ὑφ' ὑμῶν πεπλουτηκότας D. 21.189 ( ἀφ' Cobet).
2. c. gen. rei, to be rich in a thing, πόνου A. Fr. 241; φίλων X. An. 7.7.42; νομίσματος Arist. Pol. 1257b13; πλουτῖον (i.e. -τεῖον, metri gr. for -τέον ) τέκνων . . δωμάτιον IG 12(8).442.8 ( Thasos ).
3. c. dat. rei, π. ἐμπύροισιν E. Hel. 756; σιδήρῳ, χαλκῷ, X. Ath. 2.11 .
4. c. acc. cogn., π. πλοῦτον Luc. Tim. 48; π. φίλους, φιλίαν, Them. Or. 1.17c, 22.267a .
πλουτέω, πλούτῳ; 1 aorist ἐπλούτησα; perfect πεπλούτηκα; (πλοῦτος); from Hesiod down; the Sept. sometimes for עָשַׁר;
a. to be rich, to have abundance: properly, of outward possessions, absolutely, Luke 1:53; 1 Timothy 6:9; 1 aorist I have been made rich, hate become rich, have gotten riches (on this use of the aorist see βασιλεύω, at the end), ἀπό τίνος, Revelation 18:15 (Sir. 11:18; (cf. ἀπό, II. 2 a.)); also ἐκ τίνος (see ἐκ, II. 5), Revelation 18:3, 19; ἐν τίνι (cf. Winer's Grammar, § 30, 8 b. note; the Greeks say πλουτεῖν τίνος, or τίνι, or τί), 1 Timothy 6:18.
b. metaphorically, to be richly supplied: πλουτεῖν εἰς πάντας, is affluent in resources so that he can give the blessings of salvation unto all, Romans 10:12; πλουτεῖν εἰς Θεόν (see εἰς, B. II. 2 b. α.), Luke 12:21; aorist ἐπλούτησα, absolutely, I became rich, i. e. obtained the eternal spiritual possessions: 1 Corinthians 4:8; 2 Corinthians 8:9; Revelation 3:18; πεπλούτηκα, I have gotten riches, Revelation 3:17.
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πλουτέω , -ῶ ,
[in LXX chiefly for H6238 hi.;]
to be rich, aor., to become rich: Luke 1:53, 1 Timothy 6:9; seq. ἀπό (Sirach 11:18), Revelation 18:15; ἐκ , Revelation 18:3; Revelation 18:19; ἐν (= cl., c. gen., dat., acc, cf. πλούσιος ), 1 Timothy 6:18. Metaph., Papyri εἰς θεόν , Luke 12:21; of God, εἰς πάντας , Romans 10:12; aor., I became rich, 1 Corinthians 4:8, 2 Corinthians 8:9, Revelation 3:18; pf., I have become rich, Revelation 3:17.†
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";an old woman."; It is sometimes thought that the πρεσβύτιδες of Titus 2:3, the only place where the word occurs in the NT (cf. 4 Maccabees 16:14), are the members of a priestly or organized class in view of the ἱεροπρεπεῖς which follows, see the citations s.v. ἱεροπρεπής; but the word need not imply more than that the πρεσβύτιδες ";are to carry into daily life the demeanour of priestesses in a temple"; (Lock ICC ad l.), and this meaning is strongly confirmed by the context (cf. v. 2).
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