the Week of Proper 19 / Ordinary 24
Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #4400 - προχειρίζομαι
- to put into the hand, to deliver into the hands
- to take into one's hands
- to set before one's self, to prostrate, to determine
- to choose, to appoint
- for one's use
- for one's salvation
Middle voice from G4253 and a derivative of G5495
προχειρίζω (πρόχειρος at hand (cf. πρό, d. ἆ.) or ready): 1 aorist middle προεχειρισαμην; perfect passive participle προκεχειρισμενος; to put into the hand, to deliver into the hands: far more frequent in the middle to take into one's hands; tropically, to set before oneself to propose, to determine; with an accusative of the person to choose, to appoint (Isocrates, Polybius, Dionysius Halicarnassus, Plutarch, others; 2 Macc. 3:7 2Macc. 8:9; Exodus 4:13): followed by an infinitive of purpose, Acts 22:14; τινα with a predicate accusative Acts 26:16; τινα with a dative of the person for one's use, Joshua 3:12; for one's salvation, passive, Acts 3:20 for Rec. προκεκηρυγμένον (cf. προκηρύσσω, 2).
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(<πρόχειρος , at hand),
1. to put into the hand, deliver up: pass., Acts 3:20.
2. More freq. as depon., -ομαι , to take into one's hand; hence, metaph., to propose, determine, choose: c. inf., Acts 22:14; c. acc pers., Acts 26:16.†
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