paideia: the rearing of a child, training, disciplineOriginal Word: παιδεία, ας, ἡPart of Speech:
discipline; training and education of children, hence: instruction; chastisement, correction.
Cognate: 3809 paideía (from 3811 /paideúō, see there) – properly, instruction that trains someone to reach full development (maturity).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
the rearing of a child, training, disciplineNASB Translation
discipline (5), training (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3809: παιδείαπαιδεία
; (see Iota)), παιδείας
), the Sept.
1. the whole training and education of children (which relates to the cultivation of mind and morals, and employs for this purpose now commands and admonitions, now reproof and punishment): Ephesians 6:4 (cf. Winers Grammar, 388 (363) note); (in Greek writings from Aeschylus on, it includes also the care and training of the body.) (See especially Trench, Synonyms, § xxxii.; cf. Jowett's Plato, index under the word Education).
2. "whatever in adults also cultivates the soul, especially by correcting mistakes and curbing the passions "; hence,
a. instruction which aims at the increase of virtue: 2 Timothy 3:16.
b. according to Biblical usage chastisement, chastening (of the evils with which God visits men for their amendment): Hebrews 12:5 (Proverbs 3:11), f (see ὑπομένω, 2 b.), ; (Proverbs 15:5, and often in the O. T.; cf. Grimm, Exgt. Hdbch. on Sap., p. 51; (cf. (Plato) definition παιδεία. δύναμις θεραπευτικη
chastening, chastisement, instruction, nurture.
From paideuo; tutorage, i.e. Education or training; by implication, disciplinary correction -- chastening, chastisement, instruction, nurture.
see GREEK paideuo