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Wordlink #63381

ἱμάνταYhn 1

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Other uses (2) of identical word form ἱμάντα (N-AMS) in the Greek originals

The word form ‘ἱμάντα’ (N-AMS) is always and only glossed as ‘strap’.

MARK 1:7 ‘having bent_down to untie the strap of the sandals of him’ SR GNT Mark 1:7 word 29

LUKE 3:16 ‘worthy to untie the strap of the sandals of him’ SR GNT Luke 3:16 word 37

The various word forms of the root word (lemma) ‘imas’ have 2 different glosses: ‘strap’, ‘straps’.

Key: N=noun AMS=accusative,masculine,singular