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Strong's #901 - βαθύς

Transliteration
bathýs
Phonetics
bath-oos'  
Origin
from the base of (939)
Parts of Speech
Adjective
TDNT
None
Definition
Thayer's
  1. deep
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 5994 ‑ עַמִּיק (am‑eek');  6009 ‑ עָמַק (aw‑mak');  6121 ‑ עָקֹב (aw‑kobe');  
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Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

βᾰθύς,

βαθεῖα Ion. βαθέᾰ, βαθύ; fem. βαθύς Call. Del. 37, Eratosth. 8; gen. βαθέος, βαθείας Ion. βαθέης: dat. βαθέϊ, βαθείῃ Ion. βαθέῃ: Comp. βαθύτερος, poet. βαθίων [ Att., Theoc. 5.43 ], Dor. βάσσων (q. v.): Sup. βαθύτατος, poet. βάθιστος: —

I

1. deep or high, acc. to one's position, Hom., etc.; βαθέης ἐξάλλεται αὐλῆς a court within a high fence, Il. 5.142, cf. Od. 9.239; ἠϊόνος προπάροιθε βαθείης the deep, i.e. wide, shore, Il. 2.92; τάφρος 7.341, al.; κρατήρ S. Fr. 563; κύλικες Id. Aj. 1200 (lyr.); βαθὺ πτῶμα a fall from a high rock, A. Supp. 796; πλευρὰ βαθυτάτη (vulg. βαρυτάτη), of an athlete, Ar. V. 1193; of a line of battle, βαθύτεραι φάλαγγες X. Lac. 11.6, cf. HG 2.4.34; β. τομή, πληγή, a deep cut, Plu. 2.131a, Luc. Nigr. 35.

2. deep or thick in substance, of a mist, ἠέρα βαθεῖαν Il. 21.7, cf. Od. 9.144; of sand, ἀμάθοιο βαθείης Il. 5.587; ἐπὶ θῖνα βαθύν Theoc. 22.32; of ploughed land, νειοῖο βαθείης Il. 10.353; β. γῆ, opp. to stony ground, E. Andr. 637, Thphr. CP 1.18.1; of luxuriant growth, deep, thick, of woods, etc., βαθείης τάρφεσιν ὕλης Il. 5.555; βαθείης ἐκ ξυλόχοιο 11.415; βαθὺ λήϊον 2.147, Thgn. 107; τοῦ ληΐου τὸ.. βαθύτατον Hdt. 5.92. ζ; λειμών A. Pr. 652; σῖτος X. HG 3.2.17; χλόα E. Hipp. 1139 (lyr.); χαίτη, τρίχες, πώγων, Semon. 7.66, X. Cyn. 4.8, Luc. Pisc. 41. deep, of colour, PHolm. 21.9: Comp., Ael. VH 6.6, Lyd. Mag. 2.13, πορφύριον -ύτερον PLond. 3.899.4 (ii A. D.).

3. of quality, strong, violent, βαθείῃ λαίλαπι Il. 11.306. generally, copious, abundant, β. κλᾶρος Pi. O. 13.62; β. ἀνήρ a rich man, X. Oec. 11.10; β. οἶκος Call. Cer. 113; β. πλοῦτος Ael. VH 3.18, Jul. Or. 2.82b; β. χρέος deep debt, Pi. O. 10(11).8; στεφάνων β. τέρψις S. Aj. 1200 (lyr.); β. κλέος Pi. O. 7.53; κίνδυνος Id. P. 4.207; β. ὕπνος deep sleep, Theoc. 8.65, AP 7.170, cf. Luc. DMar. 2.3; εἰρήνη Id. Tox. 36; σιωπή App. Mith. 99, BC 4.109 (Sup.).

4. of the mind, ἄχος ὀξὺ κατὰ φρένα τύψε β. in the depths of his soul, Il. 19.125; but also, profound, φρήν Pi. N. 4.8; φροντίς A. Supp. 407; μέριμνα Pi. O. 2.60; βαθεῖαν ἄλοκα διὰ φρενὸς καρπούμενος A. Th. 593; μουσικὴ πρᾶγμ' ἐστὶ β. Eup. 336; βαθύτερα ἤθη more sedate natures, Pl. Lg. 930a (but, more recondite, i.e. civilized, manners, Hdt. 4.95): of persons, deep, wise, β. τῇ φύσει στρατηγός Posidipp. 27.4; ταῖς ψυχαῖς Plb. 6.24.9; also, deep, crafty, Men. 1001; ἦθος Ph. 2.468.

5. of time, β. ὄρθρος dim twilight, Ar. V. 216, Pl. Cri. 43a, etc.; β. νύξ a late hour in the night, Luc. Asin. 34; περὶ ἑσπέραν β. Plu. 2.179e, cf. Paus. 4.18.3; βαθὺ τῆς ἡλικίας Ar. Nu. 514; β. γῆρας cj. in AP 7.163 (Leon.), cf. Eun. VS p.457 B., al.; β. ὥρα ἔτους Charito 1.7.

II Adv. -έως Theoc. 8.66; profoundly, Procl. in Prm. p.475 S.: Sup. βαθύτατα, γηρῶν Ael. VH 2.36. (bqu/s, cf. βένθος.)

Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

βαθύς

(gen. -έως , vernac., Lk, l.c.; Bl., § 8, 5), -εῖα , - ,

[in LXX chiefly for H6009;]

deep: John 4:11; metaph., ὄρθρου βαθέως (v. supr.), early dawn, Luke 24:1; ὕπνος , Acts 20:9; τὰ β . τοῦ Σατανᾶ , Revelation 2:24.†

βαθέως , see βαθύς .


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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

For β . associated with time (class.), as in Luke 24:1, cf. P Lips I. 40ii. 10 (iv/v A.D.) ὀψὲ πάνυ βαθ [ε ]ίας ἑσπέρ [ας . So in the fragment of an epithalamium (iv/A.D.), P Ryl I. 17.6—

ὁμοφροσύνην δ᾽ ὀπα ̣σ ̣ε ̣[ιε

ἤδη που θεὸς ἄμμι καὶ αὐτίκα τέκνα γενέ [σ ]θ ̣α ̣ι ̣

καὶ πα [ ]δων παῖδας καὶ ἐς βαθὺ γῆρας ἱκέσ ̣θ [αι .

It is applied to colour in P Lond 899.4 (ii/A.D.) (= III. p. 208) τὸ οὖν βαθύτερον (sc. πορφύριον ) πεποίηται εἰς τὸ σπανου (?) καὶ τὸ ὀξύτερον εἰς τ [ ] ἄλλ [ο ]. The comparative βαθύτερον is also found P Petr III. 43 (2) rectoiv, .13 (B.C. 245) (p. 121). Note a new compound, recalling the combination in Luke 6:48, P Hal I. 1ii. 83 (iii/B.C.), where a πολιτικὸς νόμος is headed φυτ [εύσ ]εως καὶ οἰκοδομ [ίας ] καὶ β [αθ ]υορυ [γῆς .

 

 

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List of Word Forms
βαθεα βαθέα βαθει βαθεί βαθεῖ βαθεία βαθείαν βαθεως βαθέως βαθυ βαθύ βαθύς βαθύτερα βαθύφωνον βαθύχειλον βαίθ βαίνειν bathea bathéa bathei batheî batheos batheōs bathéos bathéōs bathu bathy bathý
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