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νεοτης • NEOTHS • neotēs

νεότη[τ]ς, -ητος, ἡ

Noun (Fem. 3rd Decl.)

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Perseus Dictionary Entry (Liddell and Scott [and Jones]'s Greek-English Lexicon, 9th ed., 1925-1940)

νεότης

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Occurrences in the GNT

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
νεότητοςνεότηςνεοτητ·ος(fem) gen sgyouth (gen)Acts 26:4, 1Tm 4:12
νεότητόςνεότηςνεοτητ·ος(fem) gen sgyouth (gen)Mt 19:20, Mk 10:20, Lk 18:21

Inflections: 2
Total occurrences: 5

Occurrences in the LXX

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
νεότηςνεότηςνεοτη[τ]·ς(fem) nom|voc sgyouth (nom|voc)Ps 102:5, Qoh 11:10, Wsd 4:16
νεότησιννεότηςνεοτη[τ]·σι(ν)(fem) dat plyouths (dat)4Mc 8:8
νεότητανεότηςνεοτητ·α(fem) acc sgyouth (acc)Gn 43:33, Lv 22:13
νεότητάνεότηςνεοτητ·α(fem) acc sgyouth (acc)Ps 42:4
νεότητινεότηςνεοτητ·ι(fem) dat sgyouth (dat)Nm 30:4, Nm 30:17, Ps 143:12, Prv 30:19, Jb 36:14, Wsd 2:6, Sir 25:3, Sir 30:11, Sir 42:9, Sir 47:4, Lam 3:27, Ez 23:3, Ez 23:8
νεότητίνεότηςνεοτητ·ι(fem) dat sgyouth (dat)Qoh 11:9, Sir 47:14
νεότητοςνεότηςνεοτητ·ος(fem) gen sgyouth (gen)Gn 8:21, Gn 48:15, 1Kgs 17:33, 3Kgs 18:12, 1Mc 1:6, 1Mc 2:66, 1Mc 16:2, Prv 2:17, Jb 13:26, Jb 20:11, Sir 7:23, Is 47:15, Is 54:6, Jer 3:24, Jer 3:25, Jer 39:30
νεότητόςνεότηςνεοτητ·ος(fem) gen sgyouth (gen)Nm 22:30, 1Kgs 12:2, 2Kgs 19:8, Ps 24:7, Ps 70:5, Ps 70:17, Ps 87:16, Ps 128:1, Ps 128:2, Prv 5:18, Qoh 11:9, Qoh 12:1, Jb 31:18, Wsd 8:2, Sir 6:18, Sir 51:15, Zec 13:5, Mal 2:14, Mal 2:15, Is 47:12, Jer 2:2, Jer 22:21, Jer 38:19, Ez 23:19, Ez 23:21

Inflections: 8
Total occurrences: 64

βρέφος

βρέφο·ς, -ους, τό baby (n.)

νηπιάζω

νηπιάζω to “child-ize” (v.)
νήπιος -ία -ον infant (adj.)

νέος

νεανίας, -ου, ὁ young man (n.)
νεανίσκος, -ου, ὁ young-man (n.)
νέος -α -ον new/young (adj.)
νεότης, -ητος, ἡ youth (n.) [see neophyte]
νεώ·τατος -η -ον [LXX] newest/youngest (adj.)
νεώ·τερος -α -ον newer/younger (adj.)

παιδεύω

παιδάριον, -ου, τό young-child/trainee (n.) also young slave
παιδεία, -ας, ἡ chastisement (n.) education; Culture(v. t.) To cultivate; to educate; training, teaching, education, preparing the earth for seed and raising crops by tillage.
παιδευτής, -οῦ, ὁ corrector (n.)
παιδεύω to chasten/correct/train (v.) [discipline/teach/educate]
παιδιό·θεν from childhood (adv.)
παιδίον, -ου, τό child (n.)
παιδίσκη, -ης, ἡ slave girl (n.)
παῖς, -αιδός, ὁ and child/servant (n.)

παίζω

ἐμ·παιγμονή, -ῆς, ἡ mockery (n.) [derisiveness]
ἐμ·παιγμός, -οῦ, ὁ derision (n.)
ἐμ+παίζω to mock (v.) Lit:"play-in", hence make-sport-of, mock, deride, jeer
ἐμ·παίκτης, -ου, ὁ mocker (n.)
παίζω to play (v.)

τίκτω

ἄ·τεκνος -ον childless (adj.)
πρωτο·τόκια, -ων, τά birthright (n.)
πρωτό·τοκος -ον firstborn (adj.) Lit:"first-brought-forth", by extension firstborn/preeminent.
τεκνίον, -ου, τό little child (n.)
τέκνον, -ου, τό child (n.)
τόκος, -ου, ὁ interest (n.)
φιλό·τεκνος -ον children-loving (adj.)
φιλο·τεκνό·τερος -α -ον ??? (adj.)
τίκτω to give birth (v.)

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