Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3740 - ὁσάκις
- as often as, as often soever as
ὁσάκις [ᾰ], ὁσσάκι, as always in Hom.; also ὁσσάκις, Tab.Heracl. 1.132, Call. Epigr. 2.2: (ὅσος): —
as many times as, as of ten as, Relat. to τοσσάκι, Il. 21.265, 22.194, Od. 11.585; Att. form in Th. 7.18, Lys. 25.9, Pl. Tht. 143a, X. Mem. 3.4.3, 1 Corinthians 11:25, etc.: — also ὁσᾰκισδήποτε, Dosith. p.409 K.; ὁσᾰκισοῦν, Nicom. Ar. 2.17.
as often as: seq. ἐάν (q.v.), 1 Corinthians 11:25-26, Revelation 11:6,†
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";from all sides,"; for πανταχόθεν, the prevailing form in Attic prose, cf. P Amh II. 51.27 (sale of a house—B.C. 88) οἳ ἂν ὦσι γείτονες πάντοθεν, ";whatever may adjoin it on all sides";; similarly P Lond 1164 (f).14 (A.D. 212) (= III. p. 161), and PSI I. 66.9 (v/A.D. ?) πάντῃ πάντοθεν.
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