the Week of Proper 20 / Ordinary 25
Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #5267 - ὑπόδικος
- under judgment, one who lost his suit
- debtor to one, owing satisfaction to
- of liable to punishment from God
brought to trial or liable to be tried, Lex ap. Lys. 10.9, Pl. Lg. 954a, al., PHal. 1.72, al. (iii B. C.); οὐχ ὑ. [ἐστι] τὰ εἰκότα not liable to action, Arist. Rh. 1376a22; τινος for a thing, ὑ. γενέσθαι χερῶν A. Eu. 260 (lyr.); ἀνδραποδισμοῦ Pl. Lg. 879a; οὐδενὸς τούτων And. 4.31; τῆς κακώσεως Isa 8.32 (ἐπίδ - codd.); φόνου D. 54.25; τοῦ βλάβους PHal. 1.101 (iii B. C.): with the person injured in dat., ὑ. τῷ παθόντι Lex ap. D. 21.10; ὑ. τῷ ἐθέλοντι τιμωρεῖν γιγνέσθω Pl. Lg. 871b; τῶν διπλασίων ὑ. ἔστω τῷ βλαφθέντι let him be liable to forfeit twice the amount to the person damaged, ib. 846b (but ὑ. ποτὶ διπλοῦν IG 5(1).1390.78 (Andania, i B. C.)); ὑ. ἀσεβείας γιγνέσθω τῷ ἐθέλοντι Pl. Lg. 868d; ἵνα ὑ. γένηται πᾶς ὁ κόσμος τῷ θεῷ Romans 3:19.
ὑπόδικος, ὑποδικον, equivalent to ὑπό δίκην ὤν, under judgment, one who has lost his suit; with a dative of the person debtor to one, owing satisfaction to: τῷ Θεῷ, i. e. liable to punishment from God, Romans 3:19 (see Morison, Critical Exposition of Romans Third, p. 147f). (Aeschylus, Plato, Andocides (
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* ὑωόδικος , -ον ,
brought to trial, answerable to: c. dat. pers., τ . θεῷ , Romans 3:19 (v. MM, xxv).†
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";loving self,"; occurs in Bibl. Greek only in 2Ti. 3:2 : cf. Philo Leg. Allegr. 1. 49 (ed. Cohn) φίλαυτος δὲ καὶ ἄθεος ὁ νοῦς οἰόμενος ἴσος εἶναι θεῷ. For the corr. subst. see P Par 26.1. 10 (B.C. 163) (= UPZ i. p. 247, Selections, p. 14) δι᾽ ὀλίων (l. ὀλίγων᾽ τὴν ατῶν ἀδικούντων ἡμᾶκ φιλαυτίαν ἐχθεῖναι. For φίλαυτος and φιλαυτία., Waddell (Selections, p. 178) refers to Plato Laws 731 D and the discussion in Aristot. Eth . N. ix. 8.
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