Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words
(hence Eng., prefix haem,), besides its natural meaning, stands, (a) in conjunction with sarx, "flesh," "flesh and blood," Matthew 16:17; 1 Corinthians 15:50; Galatians 1:16; the original has the opposite order, blood and flesh, in Ephesians 6:12; Hebrews 2:14; this phrase signifies, by synecdoche, "man, human beings." It stresses the limitations of humanity; the two are essential elements in man's physical being; "the life of the flesh is in the blood," Leviticus 17:11; (b) for human generation, John 1:13; (c) for "blood" shed by violence, e.g., Matthew 23:35; Revelation 17:6; (d) for the "blood" of sacrificial victims, e.g., Hebrews 9:7; of the "blood" of Christ, which betokens His death by the shedding of His "blood" in expiatory sacrifice; to drink His "blood" is to appropriate the saving effects of His expiatory death, John 6:53 . As "the life of the flesh is in the blood," Leviticus 17:11 , and was forfeited by sin, life eternal can be imparted only by the expiation made, in the giving up of the life by the sinless Savior.
denotes "shedding of blood," Hebrews 9:22 (haima, "blood," ekchuno, "to pour out, shed").
from haima, "blood," rheo, "to flow" (Eng., "hemorrhage"), signifies "to suffer from a flow of blood," Matthew 9:20 .Notes: (1) In Mark 5:25; Luke 8:43 , different constructions are used, the translations respectively being "having a flowing of blood" and "being in (i.e., with) a flowing of blood." (2) In Acts 17:26 (RV, "of one;" AV, "of one blood"), the most authentic mss. do not contain the noun haima, "blood." So with the phrase "through His blood," in Colossians 1:14 . (3) For "bloody flux" in Acts 28:8 , AV, see DYSENTERY (RV).
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Vines, W. E., M. A. Entry for 'Blood'. Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/ved/b/blood.html. 1940.