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Strong's #51 - ἀγνόημα

Transliteration
agnóēma
Phonetics
ag-no'-ay-mah
Origin
from (G50)
Parts of Speech
Noun Neuter
TDNT
1:115,18
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  1. a sin committed through ignorance or thoughtlessness
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 4870 ‑ מִשְׁגֶּה (mish‑geh');  
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Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

ἀγνό-ημα, τό,

I. fault of ignorance, oversight, ψυχῆς Gorg. Hel. 19, ἀ. ἕτερον προσαγνοεῖν Thphr. HP 9.4.8, cf. D.S. 1.1, Hipparch. 1.3.11, LXX Tobit 3:3, Hebrews 9:7; in pl., opp. ἁμαρτήματα, PTeb. 5.3 (ii B. C.).

II ignorance, περί τινος Str. 7.2.4.

III object of ἄγνοια, Dam. Proverbs 7:1-27.

Thayer's Expanded Definition

ἀγνόημα (τος τό, a sin (strictly, that committed through ignorance or thoughtlessness (A. V. error)): Hebrews 9:7 (1 Macc. 13:39; Tobit 3:3; Sir. 23:2); cf. ἀγνοέω, c. (and Trench, § lxvi.).


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Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

ἀγνόημα , -τος , τό

(<ἀγνοέω ),

[in LXX: Genesis 43:12 (H4870) Tobit 3:3, Judith 5:20, Sirach 23:2, Sirach 51:19, 1 Maccabees 13:39*;]

a sin of ignorance (so in Papyri; v. MM, VGT, s.v.): Hebrews 9:7.†


Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament.
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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

The royal decree of Euergetes II. and the two Cleopatras, P Tebt I. 5.3 (B.C. 118), proclaims an amnesty for all their subjects for ἀγνοημάτων ἁμαρτημ [άτ ]ων [ ]ν ̣κλημάτων καταγνωσμάτων (see note), where the difference between the first two words is brought out by the editors’ rendering, ";errors,"; ";crimes"; : cf. Archiv ii. p. 483 ff. An inscription from Egypt, OGIS 116.2 (ii/B.C.), has συγγνώ [μην. . .] αν γεγονόσιν ἀγνοήμα [σιν. . .] in a broken context, but the meaning seems clear. The combination quoted above from P Tebt I. 5 apparently recurs in BGU IV. 1185.7 (i/B.C.) ἀγνοημ ]άτων ἁμαρτημάτων καταγνωσμα ̣τω [ν. . .]ν ̣ σ ̣κεπεστικῶν αἰτιῶν πασῶν κτλ. Similarly in P Par 63xiii. 2 one of the Ptolemies writes ἀπολελυκότες πάντας τοὺς ἐνεσχημένους ἔν τισιν ἀγνοήμασιν ἢ ἁμαρτήμασιν ἕως τῆς `iq τοῦ ἐπείφ. (On ἐνέχεσθαι ἐν see Proleg. p. 61 f.). The Seleucid Demetrius uses a like combination in 1 Maccabees 13:39; and it is further found in Tobit 3:3, and Sirach 23:2 (cited by Thayer). Ἀγνόημα is accordingly marked by this association as meaning an offence of some kind, and ";error"; is its natural equivalent : so in Hebrews 9:7.

 


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List of Word Forms
αγνόημά αγνοηματων αγνοημάτων ἀγνοημάτων agnoematon agnoemáton agnoēmatōn agnoēmátōn
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