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Bible Dictionaries

Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words

Search Results: "farewell"

Title Matches: 2
Bid Farewell
signify "to bid adieu to a person." It primarily means "to set apart, separate" (apo, "from," tasso, "to set, arrange"); then, "to take leave of, to bid farewell to," Mark 6:46 (RV); Luke 9:61 ; "to give parting instructions to," Acts 18:18,21 ; 2 Corinthians 2:13 ; "to forsake, renounce," Luke 14:33
Fare, Farewell
marg., "rejoice"); (c) on other occasions, see the RV marg. in Philippians 3:1 ; 4:4 . See GLAD , GREETING , No. 2, HAIL, JOY, JOYFULLY. Note: As "farewell" is inadequate to express chairo, which always conveys the thought of joy or cheer, (b) properly comes under (c). 5: ἀποτάσσω
Approximate Matches: 9
Embrace
draw to oneself;" hence, "to greet, salute, welcome," the ordinary meaning, e.g., in Romans 16 , where it is used 21 times. It also signifies "to bid farewell," e.g., Acts 20:1 , RV, "took leave of" (AV, "embraced"). A "salutation or farewell" was generally made by embracing and kissing (see Luke 10:4
Final, Finally
drawing to a close, but marking a transition in the subject-matter, as in Philippians 3:1 , where the actual conclusion is for the time postponed and the farewell injunctions are resumed in Philippians 4:8 . See also 1 Thessalonians 4:1 (AV, "furthermore"); 2 Thessalonians 3:1 .
Forsake
A — 1: καταλείπω ► (Strong's #2641 — Verb — kataleipo — kat-al-i'-po
Glad, Gladly
A — 1: χαίρω ► (Strong's #5463 — Verb — chairo — khah'ee-ro ) is the usual word for "rejoicing,
Greet, Greeting
Bible Dic.). In Acts 25:13 the meaning virtually is "to pay his respects to." In two passages the renderings vary otherwise; in Acts 20:1 , of bidding farewell, AV, "embraced them," RV, "took leave of them," or, as Ramsay translates it, "bade them farewell;" in Hebrews 11:13 , of welcoming promises, AV,
Joy, Joyfulness, Joyfully, Joyous
A — 1: χαρά ► (Strong's #5479 — Noun Feminine — chara — khar-ah' ) "joy, delight" (akin to chairo,
Kiss
Neuter — philema — fil'-ay-mah ) "a kiss" (akin to B), Luke 7:45 ; 22:48 , was a token of Christian brotherhood, whether by way of welcome or farewell, "a holy kiss," Romans 16:16 ; 1 Corinthians 16:20 ; 2 Corinthians 13:12 ; 1 Thessalonians 5:26 , "holy" (hagios), as free from
Leave, Left
21:40 , "he had given him leave" (AV, "... licence"). See LET , LIBERTY , LICENCE , PERMIT , SUFFER. * (c) In the sense of taking leave of, bidding farewell to. 14: ἀποτάσσω ► (Strong's #657 — Verb — apotasso — ap-ot-as'-som-ahee
Rejoice
1: χαίρω ► (Strong's #5463 — Verb — chairo — khah'ee-ro ) "to rejoice," is most frequently so
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