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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words

Palsy

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A — 1: παραλυτικός

(Strong's #3885 — Adjective — paralutikos — par-al-oo-tee-kos' )

"paralytic, sick of the palsy," is found in Matthew 4:24 (RV, "palsied"); 8:6; 9:2 (twice),6; Mark 2:3,4,5,9,10; in some mss. Luke 5:24 (see B).

B — 1: παραλύω

(Strong's #3886 — Verb — paraluo — par-al-oo'-o )

lit., "to loose from the side," hence, "to set free," is used in the Passive Voice of "being enfeebled by a paralytic stroke, palsied," Luke 5:18 , RV, "palsied" (AV, "taken with a palsy"); Luke 5:24 (ditto), in the best mss.; Acts 8:7 (ditto); 9:33, RV, "he was palsied" (AV, "was sick of the palsy"); Hebrews 12:12 , RV, "palsied (knees)," AV, "feeble." See FEEBLE.

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Vines, W. E., M. A. Entry for 'Palsy'. Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/ved/p/palsy.html. 1940.

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