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μή πως ἀλέηται

  • 1 ἀλέομαι

    ἀλέομαι [pron. full] [ᾰλ], [var] contr. [full] ἀλεῦμαι Thgn.575, [tense] pres.part.

    ἀλευόμενοι Hes. Op. 535

    (v. l.),

    ἀλευμένη Semon.7.61

    : [tense] impf. ἀλέοντο ([etym.] ἐξ-) Il.18.586:— chiefly used by Hom. in [tense] aor. ἀλευάμην, v. infr.; inf. ἀλέασθαι, -εύασθαι, Hes. Op. 734, 505; subj.

    ἀλεύεται Od.14.400

    ; part.

    ἀλευάμενος 9.277

    , Thgn.400. (Perh. from same Root as ἄλη, ἀλάομαι: ἀλεϝ- as [tense] aor. shows):—avoid, shun, c. acc. rei,

    ἔγχεα δ' ἀλλήλων ἀλεώμεθα Il. 6.226

    , cf. 13.184;

    ἐμὸν ἔγχος ἄλευαι 22.285


    ἀλεύατο κῆρα μέλαιναν 3.360


    Διὸς δ' ἀλεώμεθα μῆνιν 5.34


    ὄφρα τὸ κῆτος.. ἀλέαιτο 20.147


    κακὸν.. τό κεν οὔτις.. ἀλέαιτο Od.20.368


    μύσους μὲν ὑπερφιάλους ἀλέασθε 4.774

    : rarely c. acc. pers.,

    θεοὺς ἢ δειδίμεν ἢ ἀλέασθαι 9.274

    : c. inf., avoid doing,

    λίθου δ' ἀλέασθαι ἐπαυρεῖν Il.23.340

    ; ἀλεύεται ([dialect] Ep. subj.)

    ἠπεροπεύειν Od.14.400

    2 abs., flee for one's life,

    τὸν μὲν ἀλευάμενον τὸν δὲ κτάμενον Il.5.28


    οὔτε.. φυγέειν δύνατ' οὔτ' ἀλέασθαι 13.436


    μή πως ἀλέηται Od.4.396


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  • 2 αλέηται

    wander: pres subj mp 3rd sg (epic ionic)
    avoid: pres subj mid 3rd sg (epic ionic)
    grind: pres subj mp 3rd sg (epic ionic)
    grind: aor subj mid 3rd sg (epic)

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  • 3 πως

    enclitic indeclform (particle)
    indeclform (interrog)
    πῶς 2
    indeclform (adverb)
    enclitic indeclform (particle)

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  • 4 πώς

    πῶς 2
    indeclform (adverb)
    πως, πως
    enclitic indeclform (particle)

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  • 5 πῶς

    Βλ. λ. πως

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  • 6 πως

    1 somehow

    Ἴδας ἀμφὶ βουσίν πως χολωθείς N. 10.60

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  • 7 πῶς

    1 how
    b introducing indir. quest.

    αἰδέομαι μέγα εἰπεῖν ἐν δίκᾳ τε μὴ κεκινδυνευμένον, πῶς δὴ λίπον εὐκλέα νᾶσον N. 5.15

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  • 8 πῶς

    + D17-22-29-31-30=129 Gn 39,9; 43,27; 44,8.34; Ex 6,12
    how Gn 39,9; how, with what right (to denote disapproval or rejection) Jer 2,23; how (rhetorical question) Jb 25,4; how! (in exclamation) Zph 2,15
    *2 Sm 11,11 πῶς how-היך or-איך for MT חיך your life
    Cf. BAUER, J. 1957=1972 27-39

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  • 9 πως

    πως, [dialect] Ion. [full] κως, enclit. Adv. of Manner,
    A in any way, at all, by any means,

    οὐ μέν π. ἅλιον πέλει ὅρκιον Il.4.158

    , cf. Od.20.392; ἀλλὰ μὴ γένοιτό π. A.Ag. 1249; cf. οὔπως, μήπως: freq. after other Advbs. of Manner, ὧδέ π. somehow so, X.Cyr.3.3.7; ἄλλως π. in some other way, Id.An.3.1.20; τεχνικῶς π. ib.6.1.5; εὐσχημόνως π. Id.Cyr.1.3.9; sometimes merely to qualify their force, when it cannot be always rendered by any one English equivalent, ἀεί π. Il.12.211; μάλα π. 14.104, X.Cyr.4.5.54; μόγις π. Pl.Prt. 328d, etc.: with Verbs,

    καὶ ἔτυχέ κως τοῦ μάγου Hdt.3.78

    , cf. 150; τὸ γὰρ κάταγμα τυγχάνω ῥίψασά π. S.Tr. 695;

    ἠθάς εἰμί π. τῶν τῆσδε μύθων Id.El. 372


    πράσσοντές π. ταῦτα Th.2.3

    ; ἀπώκνησάν π. Id.3.20; freq. after

    γάρ, ἔνεστι γάρ π... τῇ τυραννίδι νόσημα A.Pr. 226

    , cf. Ch. 958 (lyr.), etc.: most freq. after hypothet. Particles,

    εἴ πως Od.14.460

    ; ἐάν π. S.OC 1770 (anap.), Tr. 584; ἤν π. Ar.V. 399: expressing uncertainty, I suppose, Hdt.1.95,3.108.
    II πως, πῶς, or πώς, in a certain way, opp. ἁπλῶς, Arist.Pol. 1275a16;

    οὐδ' ὁ ἁπλῶς ὀργιζόμενος, ἀλλ' ὁ πῶς Id.EN 1106a1

    ; ἀλλὰ πῶς πραττόμενα καὶ πῶς νεμόμενα δίκαια ib. 1137a12.
    2 πὼς μὲν.., πὼς δὲ.. in one way.., in another.., Iamb.Comm.Math.13, de An.4.25-28,al.;

    πῶς μὲν.., ὅλως δὲ.. Arist.Pol. 1263a26

    . ( πῶς is Adv. of stem πο- (I.-E. q[uglide]o-), whence ποῦ, ποῖ, πῇ, etc.)

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  • 10 πῶς

    πῶς, [dialect] Ion. [full] κῶς, interrog. Adv. of Manner,
    A how? Il.1.123, etc.; sts. to express displeasure, 4.26, S.OT 391, Ph. 1031, Tr. 192; to express astonishment or doubt, π. εἶπας; A.Pers. 798, S.El. 407, etc.; π. λέγεις; Id.Ph. 1407; π. φῄς; A.Ag. 268, E.El. 575; π. τοῦτ' ἔλεξας; A.Pers. 793; π. τοῦτ' εἶπες αὖ; Pl.Plt. 309c; also π. μὴ φῶμεν.. ; surely we must, Id.Tht. 161e.
    b in dialogue, to ask explanation, with a repetition of a word used by the previous speaker, δίκαια— Answ. π. δίκαια; S.OC 832; μὴ δίκαιος ὤν—Answ. π. μὴ δίκαιος; Id.Tr. 412; συμβολάς—Answ. π. συμβολάς; Alex.143; πῶς alone, how so, π., ὅς γε.. ; S.Ph. 1386.
    2 with a second interrog. in the same clause, π. ἐκ τίνος νεώς ποτε.. ἥκετε; how and by what ship..? E.Hel. 1543; τί τἀμὰ—π. ἔχει—θεσπίσματα; ib. 873; π. τί τοῦτο λέγεις; how say you and what? Pl.Ti. 22b, cf. Tht. 146d, 208e, etc.
    3 c. gen. modi, π. ἀγῶνος ἥκομεν; how are we come off in it? E.El. 751;

    π. ἔχει πλήθους ἐπισκοπεῖ Pl.Grg. 451c

    4 with Verbs of selling, how? at what price? π. ὁ σῖτος ὤνιος; Ar.Ach. 758, cf. Eq. 480; τὰ δ' ἄλφιθ' ὑμῖν π. ἐπώλουν;—Answ.

    τεττάρων δραχμῶν.. τὸν κόφινον Stratt.13

    II with other Particles, π. ἂν..; π. κε (ν).. ; how possibly..? π. ἂν ἔπειτ' ἀπὸ σεῖο.. λιποίμην οἶος; Il.9.437, cf. Od. 1.65, etc.; π. ἂν γένοιτ' ἂν.. ποδῶν ἔκμακτρον; E.El. 534: so with indic., Il.22.202, E.Alc.96 (lyr.), etc.
    b in Trag., π. ἄν c. opt. is freq. used to express a wish, O how might it be? i.e. would that it might..! π. ἂν θάνοιμι; π. ἂν ὀλοίμην; etc., S.Aj. 388 (lyr.), E.Supp. 796 (lyr.), cf. Hipp. 208 (anap.), 345; rare in Com., Ar.Th.22 (a trace of this usage appears in Hom., Od.15.195): in later Prose, π. ἂν γένοιτο ἑσπέρα; LXX De.28.67; also with [tense] aor. subj. (without ἄν) , π. κοιμηθῶ; M.Ant.9.40; π. μή μοι μέγας λέων ἐπιφανῇ; Arr.Epict.4.10.10; with [tense] pres., π. μὴ χρῄζω; M.Ant.l.c.
    2 π. ἄρα.. ; in reply, how then? π. τ' ἄρ' ἴω.. ; Il.18.188, cf. Od.3.22, h.Ap.19, 207.
    3 π. γὰρ.. ; also in reply, as if something had gone before, [ that cannot be], for how can..? Il.1.123, Od.10.337, etc.; π. γὰρ κάτοιδα; S. Ph. 250, cf. 1383; v. infr. 111.1.
    4 π. δὲ.. ; to introduce a strong objection, π. δὲ σὺ νῦν μέμονας, κύον ἀδδεές.. ; Il.21.481, cf. Od.18.31; δόξει δὲ π.; A.Pr. 261.
    5 π. δή; how in the world? π. δὴ φῂς πολέμοιο μεθιέμεν; Il.4.351, cf. 18.364, A.Ag. 543, etc.; also π. γὰρ δή.. ; Od.16.70; π. δῆτα.. ; A.Ag. 622, 1211, Ar.Nu.79, etc.
    6 π. καὶ.. ; just how..? E.Hec. 515, Ph. 1354, etc.; π. δὲ καὶ.. ; A.Pers. 721, v. καί B.6; but καὶ π... ; to introduce an objection, E.Ph. 1348, v. καί A. 11.2: hence καὶ π.; alone, but how? impossible! Pl.Alc.1.134c, Tht. 163d, etc.
    7 π. οὐ.. ; how not so..? i.e. surely it is so.., π. οὐ δεινὰ εἴργασθε; Th.3.66, cf. Ar.Nu. 398, D.18.273.
    8 π. οὖν.. ; like π. ἄρα. . ; A.Supp. 297, 340, S.OT 568, etc.; π. ἂν οὖν.. with opt., A.Pers. 243, E.IT98.
    9 π. ποτε.. ; how ever..? S.OT 1210 (lyr.), Ph. 687 (lyr.).
    III πῶς folld. by several of the abovenamed Particles is freq. used in elliptical sentences, as,
    1 π. γάρ; inserted parenthet. in a negative sentence, for how is it possible? how can or could it be? hence in emphatic denial, κἀγὼ μὲν οὐκ ἔδρασα, τοῦτ' ἐπίσταμαι, οὐδ' αὖ σύ· π. γάρ; Id.El. 911; οὐκ ἀπορῶν ([etym.] π. γάρ;)

    , ὅς γε.. D.18.312

    , cf. 21.217, Pl.Sph. 263c, etc.; οὐδ' ἐπὶ τὴν ἑστίαν καταφυγών ([etym.] π. γὰρ ἄν;)

    , ὅστις.. Lys.1.27

    ; π. γὰρ οὔ; how can it but be? i.e. it must be so, A.Ch. 754, S.El. 1307, Pl.Tht. 160c, al.; π. γάρ; (sc. ἄλλως ἔχει ) is so used in S.Aj. 279.
    2 π. δή; how so? A.Eu. 601, Ar.Nu. 664, 673, etc.; π. δῆτα; Pl.Grg. 469b; π. δαί; Ar.V. 1212.
    3 π. δ' οὔ; like π. γὰρ οὔ; (v. supr. 1), Pl.Tht. 153b, R. 457a; π. δ' οὐχί; S.OT 1015, Ar. Pax 1027; parenthetically, S.OT 567; π. δ' οὐκ ἄν.. ; A.Pr. 759.
    4 π. οὖν; how then? how next? E.Med. 1376, Hipp. 598, 1261, D.19.124; π. οὖν ἄν.. ; X.Mem.1.2.64.
    5 π. δοκεῖς; parenthet., in conversation, how think you? hence (losing all interrog. force),= λίαν, wonderfully, Ar.Pl. 742, Nu. 881, Ach.24; also

    π. οἴει σφόδρα Id.Ra.54

    ; cf.

    δοκέω 1.2

    IV π. in indirect questions for ὅπως, A.Eu. 677, S.Tr. 991 (anap.), Ar.Eq. 614, X.Mem.1.2.36, etc.;

    ἐθαύμαζον ἂν π... ἔδεισαν IG12(3).174.28

    (Cnidus, Epist.Aug.);

    ζητηθήσεται π. ὅτι καὶ τοῦτο ἀληθές ἐστι S.E. M.8.16

    V in exclamations,

    ὦ π. πονηρόν ἐστιν ἀνθρώπου φύσις τὸ σύνολον Philem.2

    ; π. παραχρῆμα ἐξηράνθη.. ! Ev.Matt.21.20; π. δυσκόλως.. ! Ev.Marc.10.23.

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  • 11 πῶς

    πῶς: interrog. adv., how? in what way? Also with merely exclamatory effect, Od. 10.337. Combined, πῶς γάρ, πῶς δή, πῶς τ' ἄρα, etc.

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  • 12 πώς

    πώς: enclitic indef. adv., somehow, in some way; if in any way, perchance, perhaps; w. neg., by no means.

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  • 13 ἁμωσ-γέ-πως

    Meaning: `in some way'
    See also: * ἁμό-
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  • 14 πῶς

    Grammatical information: interr. adv
    Meaning: `how?', πως indef. `somehow' (Il.), Ion. κῶς, κως (Hdt. a. o.).
    Origin: IE [Indo-European] [644] * kʷo- `which?'
    Etymology: Frozen ablative from pronominalstem πο-, Ion. κο- from IE * kʷo-; s. πόθεν and 1. ὡς.
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  • 15 πώς

    πώς enclitic particle (Hom. et al.)
    as adv.: marker of undesignated means or manner, somehow, in some way, perhaps ἐάν πως (cp. SIG 364, 24 [III B.C.]; 3 Km 18:5) ISm 4:1. W. a neg. (Il. 2, 203; 4, 158 al.; Hdt. 1, 33; Schwyzer II 580) οὐδʼ ἄν πως οἱ ἄνθρωποι ἐσώθησαν humans could in no way have been saved B 5:10 v.l.—In combination w. εἰ s. εἰ 6n (also Jos., Bell. 6, 422, Ant. 2, 159; M-M s.v. πως).
    as conj.: in the form μή πως (or μήπως; since Hom., also pap, Sir 28:26; TestSol 6:14 D; TestAbr B 2 p. 106, 8 [Stone p. 60, 8]; TestJob 15:9; TestZeb 4:2; ParJer 5:5) marker of a negative perspective expressing misgiving, frequently rendered lest.
    in clauses that in effect qualify as purpose clauses so that … (perhaps) not, lest somehow w. aor. subj. 1 Cor 9:27; 2 Cor 2:7; 9:4. GJs 7:1; 8:2.
    in object clauses, after verbs of apprehension that perhaps, lest somehow w. aor. subj. after φοβεῖσθαι (Test. Zeb. 4:2; ParJer 5:5) Ac 27:29 v.l.; 2 Cor 11:3; 12:20a; cp. vs. 20b, where the verb (γένωνται) is to be supplied. W. ind. GJs 14:1; fut. 9:2 end. After βλέπετε take care that … not somehow 1 Cor 8:9 (cp. Sir 28:26). Referring to someth. that has already taken place, w. perf. ind. Gal 4:11 (B-D-F §370, 1; Rob. 995; 1169). Elliptically μ. οὐδὲ σοῦ φείσεται (it is to be feared) that perhaps he will not spare you, either Ro 11:21. μ. ἐπείρασεν ὑμᾶς ὁ πειράζων καὶ εἰς κενὸν γένηται ὁ κόπος ἡμῶν (in the fear) that the tempter might really have tempted you (ind., as Gal 4:11 above), and then our work might have been in vain 1 Th 3:5. μήπως τοῦτο πανοῦργος ἔδωκέν σοι lest some mischief-maker has given it to you GJs 2:3. μ. περίγελος become a laughing-stock 9:2.
    in introduction to an indirect question (cp. TestJob 15:9) (lest) perhaps μ. εἰς κενὸν τρέχω ἢ ἔδραμον (fearing) that perhaps I may be running or had run in vain Gal 2:2.—DELG s.v. πο-. M-M.

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  • 16 πῶς

    πῶς (Hom.+)
    interrog. reference to manner or way, in what way? how?
    in direct questions
    α. to determine how someth. has come to be, how someth. is happening, or should happen; w. indic. how? in what way? πῶς ἔσται τοῦτο; Lk 1:34. πῶς ἀναγινώσκεις; 10:26; cp. the indirect qu. Mk 12:26 (s. b, below). πῶς οὖν ἠνεῴχθησάν σου οἱ ὀφθαλμοί; J 9:10.—3:4, 9; 9:26; Ro 4:10 (π. οὖν); 1 Cor 15:35 (cp. 1 Ch 13:12); B 5:5 (π. οὖν); IEph 19:2 (π. οὖν); Hm 3:3 (π. οὖν); GJs 17:11 AcPl Ha 5, 3. In ref. to the content of a document πῶς ἀναγινώσκεις; what do you read?=‘What does it say?’ Lk 10:26 (s. HLjungvik, Eranos 62, ’64, 31); πῶς γέγραπται; What does it say (about the Messiah)? GJs 21:2 (codd.). W. the special mng. with what right? with what evidence? in what sense? πῶς λέγουσιν οἱ γραμματεῖς ὅτι ὁ Χριστὸς υἱὸς Δαυίδ ἐστιν; Mk 12:35.—Mt 22:43 (π. οὖν), 45; Lk 20:41, 44 (cp. Gen 39:9); J 12:34 (GrBar 10:8).—γέγραπται Mk 9:12.
    β. in questions indicating surprise how is it (possible) that? I do not understand how (Manetho[?] in Jos., C. Ap. 259 a series of questions expressing surprise, introduced again and again by πῶς; Lucian, Deor. Conc. 10 πῶς φέρεις; TestAbr B 6 p. 110, 12f [Stone p. 68]) πῶς παρʼ ἐμοῦ πεῖν αἰτεῖς; J 4:9.—7:15; Ac 2:8; Gal 4:9. W. οὖν J 9:19; AcPl Ha 10, 9. W. a neg. (Isocr. 6, 4) πῶς οὐ νοεῖτε; how is it possible that you don’t understand? Mt 16:11; Mk 8:21 v.l. πῶς οὐκ ἔχετε πίστιν; how is it that you have no faith? Mk 4:40 v.l. πῶς οὐ συνίετε; 8:21 v.l. Cp. Lk 12:56.
    γ. in questions denoting disapproval or rejection with what right? how dare you? πῶς ἐρεῖς τῷ ἀδελφῷ σου; Mt 7:4 (πῶς ἐρεῖς as Jer 2:23). πῶς εἰσῆλθες ὧδε; how is it that you are bold enough to come in here? 22:12. πῶς σὺ λέγεις; how can you say? (cp. Job 33:12; TestAbr B 10 p. 115, 4 [Stone p. 78, 4]) J 14:9.—Lk 6:42; what does he mean by saying? J 6:42; 8:33; 1 Cor 15:12; Gal 2:14.
    δ. in rhetorical questions that call an assumption into question or reject it altogether how (could or should)?=by no means, it is impossible that (Job 25:4; Ar. 3, 2 al; Just., D. 51, 2 al.; Tat., 4, 2; Ath. 16, 4; 19, 2) πῶς (οὖν) σταθήσεται ἡ βασιλεία αὐτοῦ; Mt 12:26; Lk 11:18. Cp. Mt 12:29, 34; Mk 3:23; 4:13; J 3:12; 5:44, 47; 6:52; 9:16; 14:5 (KBeyer, Semitische Syntax im NT, ’62, 94f). ἐπεὶ πῶς κρινεῖ ὁ θεὸς τὸν κόσμον; otherwise (i.e. if he were unjust) it would be impossible for God to judge the world Ro 3:6. Cp. 6:2; 1 Cor 14:7, 9, 16; 1 Ti 3:5; Hb 2:3; 1J 3:17; 4:20 v.l.; B 5:10; MPol 9:3; Hv 3, 9, 10.—If πῶς is accompanied by a neg., the ‘impossible’ becomes most surely, most certainly (Hyperid. 3, 35; 5, 15; Pr 15:11 πῶς οὐχί; EpArist 149; Jos., C. Ap. 1, 256; Just., D. 18, 3 πῶς οὐχί; al.; Tat. 8, 1; 32, 2) πῶς οὐχὶ τὰ πάντα ἡμῖν χαρίσεται; Ro 8:32.—2 Cor 3:8.—As an exceptional case the opt. w. ἄν (potential; s. B-D-F §385, 1; Rob. 938; 1021f and Ael. Aristid. 29 p. 557 D.; Just., D. 127, 3; Tat. 16, 1; 17, 3f; Ath. 19, 3 al.) πῶς γὰρ ἂν δυναίμην;=it is impossible for me to do so Ac 8:31 (s. Gen 44:8; Dt 28:67; Sir 25:3).
    ε. in questions of deliberation w. a deliberative subjunctive (B-D-F §366, 1; Rob. 934f.—Epict. 4, 1, 100; M. Ant. 9, 40; 2 Km 23:3; Sir 49:11; Ps.-Clem., Hom. 19, 2) πῶς οὖν πληρωθῶσιν αἱ γραφαί; Mt 26:54. πῶς ὁμοιώσωμεν τὴν βασιλείαν; what comparison can we find for the Kingdom? Mk 4:30. πῶς φύγητε; how are you to escape?=you will not escape at all Mt 23:33. πῶς οὖν w. subj. Ro 10:14a, foll. by πῶς δέ and the subj. three times in vss. 14bc, 15.—Hs 5, 7, 3.
    in indirect questions
    α. w. indic. after verbs of knowing, saying, asking etc. ἀκούειν B 7:3 (Just., A I, 40, 1 al.); cp. Mk 12:26. ἀπαγγέλλειν Lk 8:36; 1 Th 1:9. βλέπειν 1 Cor 3:10; Eph 5:15. διηγεῖσθαι Mk 5:16; Ac 9:27ab; 12:17. εἰδέναι (X., Mem. 1, 2, 36) J 9:21; Col 4:6; 2 Th 3:7; GJs 23:3. ἐπέχειν Lk 14:7; ἐπιδεικνύειν B 6:13. ἐπισκέπτεσθαι Ac 15:36. ἐπίστασθαι 20:18. ἐρωτᾶν J 9:15. θεωρεῖν Mk 12:41 (TestAbr B 8 p. 113, 10 [Stone p. 74]). καταμαθεῖν Mt 6:28 (on π. αὐξάνουσιν here s. PKatz, JTS 5, ’54; 207–9); ISm 6:2. κατανοεῖν Lk 12:27; 1 Cl 24:1; 37:2. μεμνῆσθαι GJs 9:2. μνημονεύειν Rv 3:3. νοεῖν 1 Cl 19:3. ὁρᾶν 50:1.—The addition of an article gives the indir. question the value of a noun παρελάβετε τὸ πῶς δεῖ ὑμᾶς περιπατεῖν 1 Th 4:1 (s. also β below).—In some of the passages given above in this section πῶς could have the same mng. as ὅτι that, and this equation at the same time suggests how the Hellenic ear grasped the significance of ὅτι that (for the synonymity in later Gk. s. Epict. 1, 18, 7; 2, 25, 3; 3, 22, 51; Jos., Ant. 12, 205; BGU 37, 6 [50 A.D.]; PRyl 235, 6 ἐθαύμασα δὲ πῶς οὐκ ἐδήλωσάς μοι. See GHatzidakis, Einl. in die neugriech. Gramm. 1892, 19; Rdm.2 196; B-D-F §396; Rob. 1032). That is clearly the mng. in Mt 12:4; Mk 2:26; Ac 11:13; B 11:1; B 14:6; 1 Cl 34:5.
    β. w. deliberative subjunctive (ParJer 6, 11 and 14) μὴ μεριμνήσητε πῶς ἢ τί λαλήσητε Mt 10:19.—Mk 11:18; 14:1, 11; Lk 12:11. μεριμνᾷ πῶς ἀρέσῃ 1 Cor 7:32, 33, 34 (t.r. has the fut. in Mk 11:18 and 1 Cor 7:32–34; s. Herodian 5, 4, 9 ἠγνόουν, πῶς χρήσονται τῷ πράγματι). In this case, too, the article can be added (s. α) Lk 22:2, 4; Ac 4:21 (ParJer 6:15).
    in exclamations (cp. 1aβ; Schwyzer II 626) how … ! (X., An. 6, 5, 19 al.; Epict. 1, 16, 13; 4, 1, 115; 116, Ench. 24, 3 πῶς ἄνισοί ἐστε καὶ ἀγνώμονες; M. Ant. 6, 27.—B-D-F §436; Rob. 302; OLagercrantz, Eranos 18, 1918, 26ff; KRupprecht, Philol. 80, 1924, 207) πῶς δύσκολόν ἐστιν Mk 10:24; cp. vs. 23; Lk 18:24. πῶς συνέχομαι 12:50. πῶς ἐφίλει αὐτόν J 11:36.—Hm 11:20; 12, 4, 2.—JBauer, Pōs in der gr. Bibel, NovT 2, ’57, 81–91. DELG s.v. πο-. M-M. EDNT.

    Ελληνικά-Αγγλικά παλαιοχριστιανική Λογοτεχνία > πῶς

  • 17 πως

    + X 0-5-1-1-0=7 2 Sm 14,15; 16,12; 1 Kgs 18,5; 21(20),31; 2 Kgs 19,4
    always in combination with εἰ or ἐάν: somehow, in some way

    Lust (λαγνεία) > πως

  • 18 πως


    Ελληνικά-Αγγλικά νέο λεξικό (Greek-English new dictionary) > πως

  • 19 προεῖδον

    προεῖδον, [tense] aor. with no [tense] pres. in use, προοράω being used instead, part. προϊδών, inf. προϊδεῖν:—
    A look forward,

    ὀξὺ μάλα προϊδών Od.5.393

    ; see beforehand, catch sight of,

    μή πώς με προϊδὼν.. ἀλέηται 4.396


    ὅτε προΐδωσιν ἰόντα κίρκον Il.17.756

    , cf. 18.527, Hdt.3.14:—[voice] Med.,

    προΐδωνται Od.13.155


    χαλεπὸς προϊδέσθαι καπρός Hes.Sc. 386

    (v.l. προσιδ-).
    2 foresee, portend, κακότητος ἀνάγκας Orac. ap. Hdt.7.140;

    ἐσσόμενον Pi.N.1.27

    : abs., Pl.Lg. 691b:—[voice] Med., X.An.6.1.8, D.9.68, etc.

    Greek-English dictionary (Αγγλικά Ελληνικά-λεξικό) > προεῖδον

  • 20 αλύπως

    ἀλύ̱πως, ἄλυπος
    without pain: adverbial
    ἀλύ̱πως, ἄλυπος
    without pain: masc /fem acc pl (doric)

    Morphologia Graeca > αλύπως

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