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ἀπάτωρ [πα^], ορος, , , (πατήρ)
A.without father, of deities, “αὐτοπάτωρ, .Orph.H.10.10; “. . . ἀμήτωρNonn.D.41.53, cf. Ep.Hebr. 7.3; fatherless, orphan,ἀοίκους ἀπάτοράς τεS.Tr.300; “ἀμήτωρ . τεE. Ion109 (lyr.); “. πότμοςId.IT864 (lyr.), cf. Vett.Val.103.35: neut. pl., “ἀπάτορα τέκεαE.HF114 (lyr.); disowned by the father, Pl.Lg. 929a: also c. gen., . ἐμοῦ not having me for a father, S.OC1383.
2. of unknown father, like σκότιος, Plu.2.288e, PGrenf.2.56.3 (ii A. D.).
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    • New Testament, Hebrews, 7.3
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