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φρονιμῳ; φρονιμῳ; φρονιμῳφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·ῳ; φρονιμ·ῳ; φρονιμ·ῳneu dat sg; mas dat sg; fem dat sg

φρόνιμος (-η) -ον

Adjective (2-2-2 and 2-1-2)

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

φρόνιμος

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Occurrences in the GNT

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
φρόνιμοιφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·οιmas nom|voc pl or fem nom|voc plprudent-wise (nom|voc)Mt 10:16, Mt 25:2, Mt 25:4, Mt 25:9, Rom 11:25, Rom 12:16, 1Cor 4:10, 2Cor 11:19
φρονίμοιςφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·οιςneu dat pl or mas dat pl or fem dat plprudent-wise (dat)Mt 25:8, 1Cor 10:15
φρόνιμοςφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·οςmas nom sg or fem nom sgprudent-wise (nom)Mt 24:45, Lk 12:42
φρονίμῳφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·ῳneu dat sg or mas dat sg or fem dat sgprudent-wise (dat)Mt 7:24

Inflections: 4
Total occurrences: 15

Occurrences in the LXX

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
φρονίμηφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·ηfem nom|voc sgprudent-wise (nom|voc)Sir 22:4
φρονίμηνφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·ηνfem acc sgprudent-wise (acc)3Kgs 3:12
φρονίμοιςφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·οιςneu dat pl or mas dat pl or fem dat plprudent-wise (dat)Prv 14:6
φρόνιμονφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·ονneu nom|acc|voc sg or mas acc sg or fem acc sgprudent-wise (acc, nom|acc|voc)Gn 41:33, 3Kgs 5:21, TbS 6:12, 4Mc 7:17, Prv 19:25
φρόνιμόνφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·ονneu nom|acc|voc sg or mas acc sg or fem acc sgprudent-wise (acc, nom|acc|voc)TbBA 6:12
φρόνιμοςφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·οςmas nom sg or fem nom sgprudent-wise (nom)1Kgs 2:10, 3Kgs 2:35o, 3Kgs 2:46a, Prv 3:7, Prv 11:12, Prv 14:17, Prv 15:21, Prv 17:21, Prv 17:27, Prv 17:28, Prv 18:14, Prv 19:7, Prv 20:5, Wsd 6:24, Sir 20:1, Sir 20:27, Sir 21:24, Sir 38:4, Hos 13:13
φρονίμουφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·ουneu gen sg or mas gen sg or fem gen sgprudent-wise (gen)TbBA 4:18, Prv 17:10, Prv 18:15, Sir 21:17
φρονίμουςφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·ουςmas acc pl or fem acc plprudent-wise (acc)3Kgs 2:35b, 3Kgs 5:10, Prv 15:1, Is 44:25
φρονίμῳφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·ῳneu dat sg or mas dat sg or fem dat sgprudent-wise (dat)Prv 11:29, Sir 21:21
φρονίμωνφρόνιμοςφρονιμ·ωνneu gen pl or mas gen pl or fem gen plprudent-wise (gen)Sir 21:25

Inflections: 10
Total occurrences: 39

ἀ·φρονέσ·τατος -η -ον [LXX] most senseless (adj.)
ἄ·φρων -ον unthinking (adj.) senseless
κατα+φρονέω to disregard/condescend (v.) [Lit:"down-mind"; to look down on, pay no heed, be dismissive of, think litely/little of, disdain, not be concerned with or worried by. Distinct from "ἐξουθενέω"]/ Contemn, contempt, despise.
κατα·φρονητής, -οῦ, ὁ scoffer (n.)
ὁμό·φρων -ον like-minded (adj.)
ὄσ·φρησις, -εως, ἡ sense of smell (n.)
παρα+φρονέω to be delirious (v.)
παρα·φρονία, -ας, ἡ derangement (n.) insanity, madness
περι+φρονέω to contemn (v.) speculate about, compas in thought, despise
περί·φρων -ον [LXX] thoughtful (adj.)
σω·φρονέω to be-sensible (v.) Lit:"safety-minded", hence sober/sound-minded.
σω·φρονίζω to sensitize (v.)
σω·φρονισμός, -οῦ, ὁ bringing/making come to their senses (n.) From σῶς (safe, preserved, i.e. wrapped up in a protective covering) and φρήν (the reins of the emotions, also the midriff as holding in the viscera). The word means "having sound emotional control". Saffron, the spice, has calming medicinal pro
σω·φρόνως sensibly (adv.)
σώ·φρων -ον sensible (adj.) Of sound mind, therefore discreet, prudent, sensible or self-controlled (especially of women: chaste, modest)
ταπεινό·φρων -ον low-minded (adj.)
ὑπερ+φρονέω to very proud (v.) to be over-proud, have high thoughts
ὑψηλο·φρονέω to high-minded (v.)
φιλο·φρόνως ??? (adv.)
φιλό·φρων -ον loving-hearted (adj.) Lit:"heart/mind-loving/affectionate", hence loving-hearted, intuitively/naturally affectionate, affectionate-by-nature
φρήν, -ενός, ἡ mind (n.) distinct from καρδία to which it relates. Inner awareness, determination, and prudence attained from σοφία.
φρόνημα, -ατος, τό mind/thought (n.)
φρόνησις, -εως, ἡ contemplation (n.)
φρόνιμος (-η) -ον prudent-wise (adj.) possessing sagacity or discernment from "φρήν"(personal-visceral-opinion), hence thoughtful/mindful, prudent/sensible/shrewd. Often rendered "wise", but distinct from "σοφός"(learned/skilled-wise)or "συνετός"(intel
φρονίμως ingeniously (adv.)
φρονιμώ·τατος -η -ον [LXX] most ingenious (adj.)
φρονιμώ·τερος -α -ον more ingenious (adj.)
φροντίζω to consider (v.) [reflect, give thought attention]
φροντιστέον [LXX] ??? (adv.)
φρονέω to think (v.) frame (cf. φρην) an emotional disposition (actively establish a mindset of how you allow yourself to "feel" about something, as opposed to just logical reasoning).

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