, genitive, παιδός, ὁ, ἡ [in LXX chiefly for עֶבֶד, also for נַעַר, נַעֲרָה, etc;] 1) a child, boy, youth, maiden
: ὁ π, Mat.17:18, Luk.2:43 9:42, Act.20:12; ἡ π. Luk.8:51, 54 (on the artic. fern, of address, see M, Pr.
, 70 f, 235; B1, § 33, 4); pl, Mat.2:16 21:15; of parentage, with genitive, Jhn.4:51 2) Like Heb.
עֶבֶד, Lat. Auer, Fr. garcon, Eng. boy (Æsch, Aristoph, Xen, al.), servant, slave, attendant
: Mat.8:6, 8 8:13 Luk.7:7 12:45 15:26; in late writers (Diod, LXX: Gen.41:37, al.), of a king's attendant or minister: Mat.14:2; so (= Heb.
יְהוָֹה עֶבֶד) π. τ. θεοῦ (Psa.69:18, Isa.41:8, Wis.2:13, al.), of Israel, Luk.1:54; of David, Luk.1:69, Act.4:25; of Jesus (but see Dalman, Words
, 277 f.), Mat.12:18 (LXX), Act.3:13, 26 4:27, 30. SYN.
: 1) τέκνον, child
, with emphasis on parentage and the consequent community of nature; υἱός, son, with emphasis on the privileged position of heirship; π. refers both to age and parentage, but with emphasis on the former. Cf. also (παιδάριον), (παιδίον), (παιδίσκη), and see Westc. on 1Jn.3:1. 2) see: θεράπων, and cf. Thackeray, Gr.
, 7 f (AS