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Does the Greek word anēr mean man (adult male) or male (male of any age)? [closed]

Bible verse 14 And increasingly believers in the Lord, large numbers of men (ἀνήρ, G435) and women, were being added to their number, (Acts 5:14, NASB20) (Greek word study for anēr [ἀνήρ, G435]) The ...
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How exactly does using the Louw-Nida lexicon, that is based on semantic domains, help avoid the word-concept fallacy?

I see more and more journal articles on New Testament interpretation preferring to use the Louw-Nida Greek Lexicon that is based on "semantic domains". An example from the introductory ...
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In what sense is God 'Holy'?

Question: If 'Holy', (ἅγιος at, and at, is interpreted as 'separated unto', 'consecrated', 'dedicated to', or 'sacred', then in what sense can God be considered Holy?...
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Is the root chosen for translation in Isaiah 14:12 for helel הילל wrong in most translations and lexicons?

Isaiah 14:12 NET "Look how you have fallen from the sky, O shining one, son of the dawn! You have been cut down to the ground, O conqueror of the nations!" Every Lexicon, Dictionary, and ...
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Why does the ESV translate ‘South’ as ‘Wilderness’ in Psalm 75:6?

While King James and some other versions cited ‘South’ in Psalm 75:6, ESV appears to translate South as ‘Wilderness’. For not from the east or from the west and not from the wilderness comes lifting ...
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Does the definition of Word (logos) as used in John signify the thought behind the word when used of the Son?

Ancient Greek Lexicons appear to define two overarching categories of definition for λόγος (logos (word)) as in John's Gospel: In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the ...
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Where can I find a .csv file of Strong's Greek Lexicon?

I'm looking for a csv or excel file that has at least the listing of every word in Strong's lexicon and it's corresponding Strong's number. Is anyone aware of such a resource?
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