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Strong's #4407 - πρωϊνός

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  1. pertaining to the morning
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Strong #: 1242 ‑ בֹּקֶר (bo'‑ker);  
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Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

πρωϊνός [ ], ή, όν,

later form of πρώϊος (for wh. it is f.l. in Thphr. CP 3.24.2 ), PCair.Zen. 207.36 (iii B.C.), LXX Genesis 49:27, Exodus 29:41, al.; ἐδωδή Plu. 2.726f, cf. Ath. 1.11c; ἔργα Babr. 124.17 . Adv. -νῶς interpol. in Suid. s.v. cross πρώϊμος .

Thayer's Expanded Definition

πρωϊνός (WH πρωϊνός (see their Appendix, p. 152), Tdf. edition 7 προϊνός (cf. Iota)) (for the older πρώιος, see ὀρθρινός; the same term. in the Latinserotinus, diutinus), πρωινή, πρωινόν (πρωι<), pertaining to the morning: ἀστήρ πρωϊνός, Revelation 2:28 (on which see ἀστήρ); (where Rec. ὀρθρινός). (The Sept.; Babrius, Plutarch, Ath., others.)

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Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament


(Rec. -ϊνος , v. WH, App., , -όν (<πρωί ),

[in LXX chiefly for H1242;]

= cl. πρώιος ,

at early morn, early: ἀστήρ , Revelation 2:28; Revelation 22:16.†

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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

The moral significance of this word in James 1:21, its only occurrence in the NT, may be illustrated from Pelagia-Legenden p. 63.30 ἀφῆκεν ἐν τῷ ὕδατι πᾶσαν αὐτῆς τὴν ῥυπαρίαν —with reference to cleansing in Baptism. Mayor ad Jas l.c. recalls that Plutarch (Mor. p. 60 D) uses ῥυπαρία (like our ";shabbiness";) of ";avarice,"; which would suit the idea of a ";debased"; moral coinage; but see s.v. ῥυπαρός. We may add two citations from Teles (ed. Hense)—p. 33.4 δι᾽ ἀνελευθερίαν καὶ ῥυπαρίαν (of rich men not using their wealth), and p. 37.5 διὰ ῥυπαρίαν καὶ δειλίαν.


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List of Word Forms
πρωϊνή πρωϊνην πρωϊνήν πρωϊνης πρωινον πρωινόν πρωϊνόν πρωινος πρωινός πρωϊνός πρωϊνου proinon proinón prōinon prōinón proinos proinós prōinos prōinós
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