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Strong's #5286 - ὑποπόδιον

from a compound of (G5259) and (G4228)
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  1. a footstool
    1. to make one a footstool of one's feet, i.e. to subject, to reduce under one's power
    2. metaph. taken from the practice of conquerors who placed their feet on the necks of their conquered enemies
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1916 ‑ הֲדֹם (had‑ome');  
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KJV (7)
Matthew 1
Mark 1
Luke 1
Acts 2
Hebrews 1
James 1
NAS (7)
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Acts 2
Hebrews 2
James 1
HCS (7)
Matthew 1
Luke 1
Acts 2
Hebrews 2
James 1
BSB (7)
Matthew 1
Luke 1
Acts 2
Hebrews 2
James 1
ESV (3)
Hebrews 2
James 1
WEB (3)
Acts 1
Hebrews 1
James 1
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

ὑποπόδ-ιον, τό,

footstool, IG 22.1394.15 (iv B. C.), Chares 2 J., Schwyzer 200 (Crete, ii B. C.), PTeb. 45.38 (ii B. C.), LXX Psalms 98:5(99).5, Luc. Hist.Conscr. 27, Sor. 1.68, Sch. Call. in Διηγήσεις vii 29.

Thayer's Expanded Definition

ὑποπόδιον, ὑποποδίου, τό (ὑπό and πούς), a footstool (Latinsuppedaneum): Matthew 5:35; Acts 7:49 (from Isaiah 66:1); James 2:3; τιθέναι τινα ὑποπόδιον τῶν ποδῶν τίνος, to make one the footstool of one's feet, i. e. to subject, reduce under one's power (a metaphorically, taken from the practice of conquerors who placed their feet on the necks of their conquered enemies): Matthew 22:44 R G; Mark 12:36 (here WH ὑποκάτω τῶν ποδῶν); Luke 20:43; Acts 2:35; Hebrews 1:13; Hebrews 10:13, after Psalm 109:2 (). (Lucian, Athen., others; the Sept. for הֲדֹם; (cf. Winer's Grammar, 26).)

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Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

ὑποπόδιον , -ου , τό

(< ὑπό , πούς ),

[in LXX: Psalms 99:5; Psalms 110:1, Isaiah 66:1, Lamentations 2:1 (H1916) *;]

a footstool (= cl. θρᾶνος ): James 2:3; metaph., Matthew 5:35, Mark 12:36 (ὑποκάτω , WH, R, mg.), Luke 20:43, Acts 2:35; Acts 7:49, Hebrews 1:13; Hebrews 10:13 (all, except Mt, l.c., from LXX, Psalms 110:1, Isaiah 66:1) (for exx., v. Deiss., BS, 223).†

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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

For this word in the wide sense of ";a lover of wisdom,"; cf. P Oxy I. 33ii. 10 cited s.v. φιλάγαθος, and the inscr. BCH xxii. (1898). p. 496, in which a woman is described as ἡ φίλανδρος καὶ σ [ ]φρων ἡ φιλόσοφος ζήσασα κοσμίως, ";loving her husband and sober-minded, a lover of wisdom, she lived modestly."; The more technical sense may be illustrated by P RylII.143.3 (A.D. 38) Διδύμῳ. . . τῶν ἐν τῷ Μουσείωι σειτοὗ μένων φιλοσόφων ἀτελῶν στρατηγῶι, ";to Didymus. . .one of the philosophers maintained in the Museum immune from charges, strategus,"; and by the inscr. OGIS 714.5 with the editor’s note. See also the private letter P Hamb I. 37.3ff. (ii/A.D.) in which the writer addresses his friend—ἀναγκαῖον γάρ ἐστι μνημίσκεσθαι (l. μιμνήσκεσθαι) . . τοῦ ἤθους σου τοῦ ἀληθινοῦ <<ς >> φιλο ̣σόφου. Σὺ γὰρ ἀληθινὸς φιλόσοφος καὶ εὐσχήμων γεγένῃ [σαι ] . . . καὶ ὑ [πὸ σοῦ βέλτιο ]ν παιδευόμεθα ἢ ύ [πὸ συμπάντων ]τ ̣ῶν φιλοσόφων.


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List of Word Forms
υπεσκελισθήσονται υποποδιον υποπόδιον υποπόδιόν ὑποπόδιον ὑποπόδιόν υποποδίου υποποδίω υποπυρρίζον υποσκελίσαι υποσκελισθήσεται υποσκελισθήσονται υποσκελίσματι υποσκελισμός υποσκέλισον υπώπτευσα hypopodion hypopódion hypopódión upopodion