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A Critical Lexicon and Concordance to the English and Greek New Testament ... - Page 663
by Ethelbert William Bullinger - 1908 - 999 pages
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A Greek lexicon to the New Testament

Charles Robson - 1839
...'HptíSov, ie the manager of his private affairs, b) = & iratSaywyas, ie a tutor, guardian, curator, usually a slave or freedman, to whose care the boys of a family were committed, who trained them up and instructed them at home, or accompanied them to the public schools, Gal. 4. 2. ¿rtTvyxdvw, aor....
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Notes, explanatory & practical, on the second epistle to the Corinthians ...

1840 - 390 pages
...manager, agent. Matt xx. 8. Luke viii. 3. As used here, it refers to one — usually a »lave or a freedman — to whose care the boys of a family were committed, who trained them up, accompanied them to school, or sometimes instructed them at home. Сотр. Note on ch. iii. 24. Such...
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Notes, explanatory & practical, on the second epistle to the Corinthians ...

Albert Barnes - Religion - 1841 - 392 pages
...steward, manager, agent Matt xx. 8. Luke viii. 3. As used here, it refers to one — usually a elave or a freedman — to whose care the boys of a family were committed, who trained them up, accompanied them to school, or sometimes instructed them at home. Сотр. Note on ch. iii. 24. Such...
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A Concise Dictionary of the Holy Bible: Designed for the Use of ..., Volume 20

James Covel (jr.) - Bible - 1843 - 536 pages
...teacher and his disciples held discussions and disputations. See Acts xix, 9. SCHOOLMASTER was usually a slave or freedman, to whose care the boys of a family were committed, who trained them up, instmcted them at home, and accompanied them to the public schools. They were generally persons of...
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A Greek and English lexicon of the New Testament

Edward Robinson - Greek language, Biblical - 1850 - 803 pages
...«rtrpoirov. Pateph. 31. 8. Xen. (Ec. 12. 2. 2. a tutor, guardian, curator, iq ó тгеиbayayós qv usually a slave or freedman, to whose care the boys of a family...committed, who trained them up, instructed them at home, or accompanied them to the public schools, Gal. 4, 2.— Plut. Cic. 38 TÍ ovv OVK (irÍTpovov aurai»...
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Dr. Robinson's Greek lexicon to the New Testament condensed for schools and ...

Edward Robinson - 1851
...the manager of his private affairs, b) = a TroiScryai'yo'r, ie o tutor, guardian, curator, usually a slave or freedman, to whose care the boys of a family were committed, who trained them up and instructed them at home, or accompanied them to the public schools, Gal. 4. 2. ¿iriTu7^íífuí,...
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A concise dictionary of the Holy Bible: designed for the use of Sunday ...

James Covel - Bible - 1853 - 536 pages
...teacher and his disciples held discussions and disputations. See Acts xix, 9. SCHOOLMASTER was usually a slave or freedman, to whose care the boys of a family were committed, who Vained them up, instructed them at home, and accompanied them to the public schools. They were generally...
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Bible lore

James Comper Gray - 1870
...pedagogue was not, save in a very limited sense, a schoolmaster. He was usually a slave, sometimes a freedman, to whose care the boys of a family were...instructed them at home, and accompanied them to the public school (Robinson). His work as instructor was limited to the rehearsing of the lessons learned at school,...
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Notes, explanatory and practical, on the New Testament. ed. by R. Frew

Albert Barnes - 1884
...manager, agent ; Matt. xx. 8 ; Luke viii. 3. As used here, it refers to one — usually a slave or a freedman — to whose care the boys of a family were committed, who trained them up, accompanied them to school, or sometimes instructed them at home; comp. Note on ch. iii. 24. Such a...
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