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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #866 - ἀφιλάργυρος
- not loving money, not avaricious
not loving money, Inscr.Prien. 137.5 (ii B. C.), D.S. 9.11, 1 Timothy 3:3, Hebrews 13:5, Sor. 1.4, POxy. 33 ii 11 (ii A. D.). Adv. -ρως IG 22.1343.25 (i B. C.), SIG 708.17 (Istropolis, ii B. C.).
*† ἀ -φιλ -άργυρος , -ον ,
without love of money, not avaricious; 1 Timothy 3:3, Hebrews 13:5. (For other instances, v. MM, s.v.)†
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For this word, which according to Grimm-Thayer is found ";only in the NT"; (?), see (in addition to Didache 15:1) the quotation from P Oxy I. 33 s.v. ἀφιλάγαθος . Add Priene 137.5 (probably ii/B.C.); also Syll 732.25 (Athens, B.C. 36–5), 325.17 (Istropolis, i/B.C.), both of which have the adverb ἀφιλαργύρως . Cf. Nägeli, p. 31, Deissmann LAE, p. 81 f.
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