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|txtha=( and Griesbach ([[except]] in [[πραότης]] (so Lachmann), and according to a [[later]] [[form]] [[πραΰτης]] (so R and G, [[but]] [[with]] the iota subscript [[under]] the alpha ἆ, in Treg. [[everywhere]] ([[except]] in T WH [[everywhere]]; cf. B. 26f (23 f)), πρᾳότητος, ἡ, [[gentleness]], [[mildness]], [[meekness]]: R; [[Xenophon]], [[Plato]], Isocrates, [[Aristotle]], Diodorus, Josephus, others; for עַנְוָה, [[ἐπιείκεια]], at the [[end]]; Trench (as [[there]] referred to, [[but]] [[especially]]) § xlii.; Lightfoot on Colossians 3:13.)  
 
|txtha=( and Griesbach ([[except]] in [[πραότης]] (so Lachmann), and according to a [[later]] [[form]] [[πραΰτης]] (so R and G, [[but]] [[with]] the iota subscript [[under]] the alpha ἆ, in Treg. [[everywhere]] ([[except]] in T WH [[everywhere]]; cf. B. 26f (23 f)), πρᾳότητος, ἡ, [[gentleness]], [[mildness]], [[meekness]]: R; [[Xenophon]], [[Plato]], Isocrates, [[Aristotle]], Diodorus, Josephus, others; for עַנְוָה, [[ἐπιείκεια]], at the [[end]]; Trench (as [[there]] referred to, [[but]] [[especially]]) § xlii.; Lightfoot on Colossians 3:13.)  
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Revision as of 01:16, 31 December 2018

Full diacritics: πρᾱότης Medium diacritics: πραότης Low diacritics: πραότης Capitals: ΠΡΑΟΤΗΣ
Transliteration A: praótēs Transliteration B: praotēs Transliteration C: praotis Beta Code: prao/ths

English (LSJ)

ητος, ἡ,

   A mildness, gentleness, Th.4.108, Lys.6.34, Isoc.3.55, Pl.R.558a, etc.; opp. ἀγριότης, Id.Smp.197d; opp. ὀργιλότης, Arist.EN1125b26; opp. ὀργή, Id.Rh.1380a6: pl., Isoc.5.116: later πραΰτης, LXX Ps.44(45).4, Ep.Gal.5.23 (v.l.), CIG2788 (Aphrodisias).

German (Pape)

[Seite 694] ητος, ἡ, Sanftheit, Milde, nach Arist. Eth. 4, 5 die Tugend, welche eine μεσότης περὶ ὀργῆς ist; Ggstz ἀγριότης, Plat. Conv. 197 d, vgl. Crat. 406 a Theaet. 144 b; καὶ φιλανθρωπία, Dem. 24, 51; Pol. 28, 3, 3 u. Sp., wie Plut., Ggstz ὀργιλότης.

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

πρᾱότης: -ητος, ἡ, ὡς καὶ νῦν, ἡμερότης, ἀντίθετον τῷ χαλεπότης, Λυσ. 106. 15, Ἰσοκρ. 38C, Πλάτ. Πολ. 558Α, κτλ.· ἀντίθετον τῷ ἀγριότης, ὁ αὐτ. ἐν Συμπ. 197D· κυρίως τὸ ἀντίθετον τῆς ὀργιλότητος, Ἀριστ. Ἠθ. Νικ. 4. 5, Ρητορ. 2. 3, 1· ― ἐν τῷ πληθ., Ἰσοκρ. 106Α· πραΰτης εἶναι τύπος μεταγεν., Συλλ. Ἐπιγρ. 2788, Ἐκκλ.

French (Bailly abrégé)

c. πρᾳότης.

English (Thayer)

( and Griesbach (except in πραότης (so Lachmann), and according to a later form πραΰτης (so R and G, but with the iota subscript under the alpha ἆ, in Treg. everywhere (except in T WH everywhere; cf. B. 26f (23 f)), πρᾳότητος, ἡ, gentleness, mildness, meekness: R; Xenophon, Plato, Isocrates, Aristotle, Diodorus, Josephus, others; for עַנְוָה, ἐπιείκεια, at the end; Trench (as there referred to, but especially) § xlii.; Lightfoot on Colossians 3:13.)

Greek Monotonic

πρᾱότης: -ητος, ἡ, ηπιότητα, απαλότητα, κομψότητα, ομαλότητα, σε Πλάτ. κ.λπ.