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ἅμα (hámaham'-ahadverbat the same time)
[Grk] ἅμα LN: 67.34, 89.114 GK: G275
Derivation: a primary particle;
Strong's: properly, at the "same" time, but freely used as a preposition or adverb denoting close association
KJV: --also, and, together, with(-al).

Lexicon of Extended Strongs for Greek and Hebrew

ἅμα [G:Prep] together ἅμα
adv.,
at once (Lat. simul): Refs [Act 24:26 27:40, Rom 3:12] (one and all = יַחַד, Refs [Psa 14:3), Col 4:3, 1Ti 5:13, Phm 22]; before σύν, Refs [1Th 4:17 5:10]; as prep. with dative, together with: Mat 13:29 (see MM, VGT, see word); also, with adv., ἅ. πρωΐ (cl., ἅ. ἕω, etc.), early in the morning: Mat 20:1.†
(AS)

A Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament by George Abbott-Smith

ἅμα,

adv.,

at once (Lat. simul): Act 24:26; Act 27:40, Rom 3:12 (one and all = H3162, Psa 14:3), Col 4:3, 1Ti 5:13, Phm 1:22; seq. σύν, 1Th 4:17; 1Th 5:10; as prep. c. dat., together with: Mat 13:29 (v. MM, VGT, s.v.); also, c. adv., ἅ. πρωΐ (cl., ἅ. ἕω, etc.), early in the morning: Mat 20:1.†

Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries

ἅμα

hama

ham'-ah

A primary particle; properly at the “same” time, but freely used as a preposition or adverb denoting close association: - also, and, together, with (-al).

LXX related word(s)

H3162 yachdav

The Vocabulary of the Greek New Testament by Milligan & Moulton

ἅμα [page 24]

The adverbial use seen in Mat 20:1 may be illustrated by P Flor I. 365 (c. iv/A.D., init.) μν̣η̣στευσαμένου μου . . . τὴν . . . [θ]υγατέρα . . . [ἅ]μα ἐκ νηπίας ἡλικίας, P Oxy VII. 102516 (late iii/A.D.) τῶν θεωριῶν ἅμ̣̕ α̣ὺ̣[ρ]ιον ἥτις ἐστὶν ῑ ἀγ̣ο̣μ̣[έν]ων. For ἅμα = “at the same time,” see P Giss I. 138 (ii/A.D.) πέμψεις ἅμα τὰς γ̄ ἐπιστολάς, P Oxy IV. 798 (probably B.C. 183) ὡς δ᾽ ἂν παραγένωνται οἱ σιτολόγοι ἐπὶ τὴν παράληψιν τῶν σιτικῶν ἀπομετρήσομεν ἅμα καὶ ταῦτα, al. With ἅμα c. dat. “together with,” cf. P Oxy IV. 65813 (A.D. 250) τῶν ἱερῶν ἐγευσάμην ἅμα τῷ υἱῷ μου, so with a dat. P Rein 2614 (B.C. 104) ἅμα τῆι συγγραφῆι ταύτηι ἀναφερομένηι, P Oxy VI. 975 (i/A.D.) a loan to be repaid ἅμα τῇ ᾽μῇ τρύ[γ]ῃ, P Petr I. 24 (3) (c. B.C. 249) ἅμα τῆι λοιπῆι ἀγορᾶι ἧι εἰλήφασι ἐγ βασιλικοῦ, P Flor I. 615 (A.D. 210) ἐχειροτονήθην ἅμ᾽ ἄλλο̣ι̣ς, ib. 2115 (A.D. 239) ἅμα τοῖς τῆς κώμης δημοσίοις (neuter) πᾶσι. The use of ἅμα therefore as an “improper” preposition was not unusual. Paul however prefers to keep it as an adverb, adding σύν (1Th 4:17, 1Th 5:10) : for the preposition only Mat 13:29 is quotable from NT, and even there D adds σύν. We may compare ὁμόσε c. dat. in P Lips Inv 266 (ii/A.D.-Archiv v. 245) ὁμόσε ταῖς ἄλλαις εὐεργεσίαις. Thayer’s note that “ἅμα is temporal and ὁμοῦ local, in the main” (from Ammonius), has support from most of our examples. Both usages are illustrated in the Ptolemaic Pathyris papyrus (Archiv ii. p. 515 f.) ἐπεὶ γέγρᾳφεν ὁ πατὴρ συνμίσγειν ἄγων τοὺς Κροκοδιλοπολίτας καὶ ὑμᾶς ἅμα, ὀρθῶς ποιήσετε καὶ κεχαρισμένως ἑτοίμους γενέσθαι ὡς ἅμα ἡμῖν συνεξορμήσητε.

A Greek-English Lexicon, Keyed to Strong’s numbers - Liddell, Scott, Jones

ἅμᾰ [ᾰμ],

Dor. ἁμᾶ, q.v.: (v. sub fin.): Adv.

I

1. at once, at the same time, mostly of Time, freq. added to τε.. καί, ἅμ' οἰμωγή τε καὶ εὐχωλή Il. 8.64; ἅ. τ' ὠκύμορος καὶ ὀϊζυρός 1.417; σέ θ' ἅ. κλαίω καὶ ἐμέ 24.773; σαυτόν θ' ἅ. κἀμέ S. Ph. 772, cf. 119; ἄνους τε καὶ γέρων ἅ. Ant. 281: - with καί only, ἅ. πρόσσω καὶ ὀπίσσω Il. 3.109; with τε.. τε, χειρῶν τε βίης θ' ἅ. ἔργον ἔφαινον Hes. Th. 677.

2. ἅ. μέν.. ἅ. δέ.., partly.. partly.., Pl. Phd. 115d, X HG 3.1.3: - ἅ. τε.. καὶ ἅ. Pl. Grg. 497a; ἅμ' ἡδέως ἔμοιγε κἀλγεινῶς ἅμα S. Ant. 436.

3. in Prose ἅ. δέ.. καί.., ἅ. τε.. καί.., ἅ... καί.. may often be translated by no sooner.. than.., ἅ. δὲ ταῦτα ἔλεγε καὶ ἀπεδείκνυε Hdt. 1.112; ταῦγά τε ἅμα ἠγόρευε καὶ πέμπει 8.5; ἅ. ἀκηκόαμέν τε καὶ τριηράρχους καθίσταμεν D. 4.36; ἅ. διαλλάττονται καὶ τῆς ἔχθρας ἐπιλανθάνονται Isoc. 4.157. ἅ. μῦθος ἔην, τετέλεστο δὲ ἔργον 'no sooner said than done', Il. 19.242; ἅ. ἔπος τε καὶ ἔργον ἐμήδετο h.Merc. 46; ταῦτα εἶπε καὶ ἅ. ἔπος τε καὶ ἔργον ἐποίεε Hdt. 3.134, cf. 9.92: prov., ἅμ' ἔπος ἅμ' ἔργον Diogenian. 1.36. with part. and finite Verb in same sense, βρίζων ἅ... ἐξήμελξας εὐτραφὲς γάλα A. Ch. 897; ἅ. εἰπὼν ἀνέστη as soon as he had done speaking, he stood up, X. An. 3.1.47; τῆς ἀγγελίας ἅ. ῥηθείσης ἐπεβοήθουν as soon as news was brought they assisted, Th. 2.5; ἅ. γιγνόμενοι λαμβάνομεν Pl. Phd. 76c; ἡμῖν ἅ. ἀναπαυομένοις ὁ παῖς ἀναγνώσεται Tht. 143b.

4. ἅ. μέν.. ἔτι δέ.. X. Cyr. 1.4.3; ἅ. μέν.. πρὸς δέ.. Hdt. 8.51.

II together, at once, both, without direct ref. to time, ἅ. πάντες or πάντες ἅ. Il. 1.495, al.; ἅ. ἄμφω h.Cer. 15; ἅ. κρατερὸς καὶ ἀμύμων Od. 3.111, etc.: of Place, Arist. Metaph. 1028b27.

III with σύν or μετά, E. Ion 717, Pl. Criti. 110a. abs. with Verb, at one and the same time, αἱ πᾶσαι [νῆες] ἅ. ἐγίγνοντο ἐν ἑνὶ θέρει σ καὶ ν Th. 3.17, cf. οὐχ ἅ. ἡ κτῆσις παραγίγνεται D. 23.113. Pr with dat. (freq. with part. added), at the same time with, together with, ἅμ' ἠοῖ φαινομένηφι at dawn, Il. 9.682, al.; ἅ. ἕῳ, ἅ. ἕῳ γιγνομένῃ, Th. 1.48, 4.32; ἅμ' ἠελίῳ ἀνιόντι or καταδύντι at sunrise or sunset, Il. 18.136, 210, al.; ἅμ' ἡμέρῃ διαφωσκούσῃ Hdt. 3.86, al.; ἅμ' ἡμέρᾳ E. El. 78, Th. 2.94, etc., Att.; ἅμ' ἦρι ἀρχομένῳ or ἅ. ἦρι at beginning of spring, Th. 5.20, 2.2, etc.; ἅ. κήδεϊ κεκάρθαι τὰς κεφαλάς during the time of.., Hdt. 2.36; ἅ. τειχισμῷ Th. 7.20; ἅμα τῷ διαυγάζειν Plb. 3.104.5 (without Art. ἅμα εὑρεθῆναι Ps.- Plu. Fluv. 23.2).

2. generally, together with, ἅ. τινὶ στείχειν Il. 16.257; ὀπάσσαι 24.461, al.; Ἑλένην καὶ κτήμαθ' ἅμ' αὐτῇ 3.458; ἅ. πνοιῇς ἀνέμοιο keeping pace with the wind, Od. 1.98; repeated, ἅμ' αὐτῷ.. ἅμ' ἕποντο 11.371; οἱ ἅ. Θόαντι Hdt. 6.138, cf. Th. 7.57. II rarely c. gen., Herod. 4.95, POxy. 903 (iv A. D.), Pythag. Sim. 28, Olymp.Hist. p.453 D.; dub. in Thphr. Char. 6.9. Conj., as soon as, ἅ. ἂν ἡβήσῃ τις τῶν ὀρφανῶν Pl. Lg. 928c, cf. Lex ap. D. 46.20; ἅ. κα διεξέλθῃ ὁ χρόνος GDI 2160 (Delph., ii B. C.). (Root sṃ-, cf. A α 11.)

Greek to Hebrew Dictionary of Septuagint Words

hama (Grk without Heb. equiv.) H3162 yachdav

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions, Thayer's Greek Definitions and Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries Combined

Original: ἅμα

Transliteration: hama

Phonetic: ham'-ah

Origin: a primary particle

TDNT entry: None

Part(s) of speech:

Strong's Definition: A primary particle; properly at the " same" time, but freely used as a preposition or adverb denoting close association: - also, and, together, with (-al).

Total KJV Occurrences: 10

with (1)
Mat 13:29

early in the morning (1)
Mat 20:1

also (1)
Act 24:26

and (1)
Act 27:40

together (3)
Rom 3:12; 1Th 4:17; 1Th 5:10

withal (3)
Col 4:3; 1Ti 5:13; Phm 1:22

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