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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4964 - συσχηματίζω
- to conform one's self (i.e. one's mind and character) to another's pattern, (fashion one's self according to)
correct, remodel, ς. [τοὺς ὁρισμοὺς] πρὸς τὸ.. ἔχειν ἐπιχείρημα Arist. Top. 151b8; τὰ φαντάσματα Plu. 2.83c: — Pass., form oneself after another, to be conformed to his example, πρός τινας ib. 100f; τῷ αἰῶνι τούτῳ Romans 12:2; Romans 1:1-32 Ep Pet. 1.14.
II Astron., in Pass., to be similarly situated, Ptol. Phas. p.12 H., Tetr. 34, S.E. M. 5.33, Vett.Val. 42.22, al.
* συν -σχηματιζω
(Rec. συσ -),
(< σχῆμα ),
to conform to (Arist.). Pass., to be conformed to, conform oneself to: Romans 12:2, 1 Peter 1:14.†
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";four."; On the forms τέσσαρες and τέσσερες see WH Notes.2, p. 157. Moulton (Proleg. p. 36) notes that the characteristic Achaian acc. in—ες is well established in the vernacular, and that ";in the NT τέσσαρας never occurs without some excellent authority for τέσσαρες."; He adds to the discussion of τέσσαρες as accusative the reminder that the word ";is isolated, as the only early cardinal which ever had a separate acc. form,"; and cites statistics from the ostraca to show how this indeclinable form predominated in business language before A.D. 200 (ib. p. 243 f.). The dat. pl. τέτρασι in Acts 11:5 D is interesting.
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