Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4067 - περίψωμα
- what is wiped off
- dirt rubbed off
- off scouring, scrapings
περίψ-ημα , ατος , τό ,
anything wiped off, offscouring , of a vile person (or scapegoat ), Cor. 4.13 , Phot.; π. σου your humble servant , CIL 8.12924 ( Carthage ), LW 2493 ( Syria ), Classical Studies in honor of J.C.Rolfe 318 ( Ostia ); peripsuma su (sic), Dessau ILS 5725 ( Brixia ).
**† περί -ψημα , -τος , τό
(< περιψράω , to wipe off all round),
[in LXX: Tobit 5:18 *;]
that which is wiped off, offscouring: metaph. (assoc. with περικάθαρμα , q.v.), 1 Corinthians 4:13 (and so prob., To, l.c., as EV; but v. Thayer, s.v., for the meaning expiation, ransom, in To; and cf. LS, s.v. κάθαρμα ; Lft., Notes, 200 f., and on Ign., Eph., 8).†
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Thumb (Hellen. p. 142 f.) cites φήμνης = ποίμνης from a wax tablet of iii/A.D. containing fragments of Babrius and published in JHS xiii. (1892–3), p. 294 ff.
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