BAGD

AcronymDefinition
BAGDBauer Arndt Gingrich and Danker (Biblical Greek dictionary)
BAGDBritish Association of Generic Distributors (UK)
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(3) To support my contention, and the conclusion drawn from it, I first examined the usage of the verb in what I then took (using Liddell and Scott; Hatch and Redpath; and BAGD as my guide) to be all of its pre-third-century AD instances, (4) and then appealed to the observation, determined in the course of my examination, that