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Strong's #4354 - προσλαλέω
- to speak to
talk to or with, τινι Antiph. 218.3, Henioch. 4.3: abs., Thphr. Char. 7.5, PMich.Zen. 80.5, 7 (iii B.C.); π. ἑαυτῷ τὰ Πινδαρικά Plu. 2.602f .
προσλαλέω, προσλάλω; 1 aorist infinitive προσλαλῆσαι; with τίνι, to speak to: Acts 13:43; namely, ὑμῖν (some say μοι (see παρακαλέω, I.)), Acts 28:20. (Wis. 13:17; Theophrastus, Plutarch, Lucian).
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προσ -λαλέω , -ῶ ,
[in LXX: Exodus 4:16 AB2 (H1696 pi.), Wisdom of Solomon 13:17*;]
to speak to: Acts 28:20; c. dat. pers., Acts 13:43.†
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For πῶλος = ";foal,"; ";colt,"; of an ass, as in the NT, cf. P Lille I. 8.9 (iii/B.C.) ὄνους θηλείας β ̄ καὶ πώλους β ̄. In P Oxy IX. 1222.1 (iv/A.D.) the writer instructs his son—δὸς τῷ ἀδελφῷ Ἀμ <μ >ωνιανῷ τὸν πῶλον εἵνα ἐνεχθῇ μοι, ";give your brother Ammonianus the colt that it may be brought to me.";
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