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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words

Dare, Daring, Durst

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A — 1: τολμάω
(Strong's #5111 — Verb — tolmao — tol-mah'-o )

signifies "to dare," (a) in the sense of not dreading or shunning through fear, Matthew 22:46 ; Mark 12:34 ; Mark 15:43 , "boldly," lit., "having dared, went in;" Luke 20:40 ; John 21:12 ; Acts 5:13 ; 7:32 ; Romans 15:18 ; 2 Corinthians 10:2 , RV, "show courage," (AV, "be bold"); 10:12, RV, "are (not) bold;" 11:21; Philippians 1:14 , "are bold;" Jude 1:9 ; (b) in the sense of bearing, enduring, bringing oneself to do a thing, Romans 5:7 ; 1 Corinthians 6:1 . Cp. apotolmao, "to be very bold," Romans 10:20 . See BOLD.

B — 1: τολμητής
(Strong's #5113 — Noun Masculine — tolmetes — tol-may-tace' )

akin to A, "daring," is used in 2 Peter 2:10 , RV, "daring" (AV, "presumptuous"), "shameless and irreverent daring."

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Vines, W. E., M. A. Entry for 'Dare, Daring, Durst'. Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words. 1940.

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