4086. pithanologia
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pithanologia: persuasive speech
Original Word: πιθανολογία, ας, ἡ
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Transliteration: pithanologia
Phonetic Spelling: (pith-an-ol-og-ee'-ah)
Short Definition: persuasive speech
Definition: persuasive speech.

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from a derivation of peithó and logos
persuasive speech
NASB Translation
persuasive argument (1).

STRONGS NT 4086: πιθανολογίᾳ

πιθανολογίᾳ, πιθανολογιας, (from πιθανολόγος; and this from πιθανός, on which see πειθός, and λόγος), speech adapted to persuade, discourse in which probable arguments are adduced; once so in classical Greek, viz. Plato, Theact., p. 162 e.; in a bad sense, persuasiveness of speech, specious discourse leading others into error: Colossians 2:4, and several times in ecclesiastical writers.

persuasive speech

From a compound of a derivative of peitho and logos; persuasive language -- enticing words.

see GREEK peitho

see GREEK logos

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