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International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Quarter:

kwor'-ter: Literally, of course, "the fourth part," and so of the four "ends" (qatsah) in Jer 49:36, and the King James Version of the four "corners" (so the Revised Version (British and American), gonia) in Re 20:8. Hence, "any part" and in this sense used freely for various words by the King James Version. the Revised Version (British and American) has usually dropped "quarter," but unfortunately has retained it in Nu 34:3; Jos 15:5; 18:14,15, and introduced it in Jos 18:12,14,20 for pe'ah, usually rendered "side." The result is very obscure. Elsewhere in the Revised Version (British and American) only in the phrase "from every quarter" (Ge 19:4; Isa 56:11; Mr 1:45).

See BORDER

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g3840 Greek: pantothen

Quarter:

"from all sides," is translated "from every quarter" in Mar 1:45.
See EVERY SIDE, ROUND ABOUT.

Notes:

(1) In Rev 20:8, AV, gonia, "an angle, corner," is rendered "quarter" (RV, "corner").

(2) In Act 16:3, AV, topois, "parts" (RV) is translated "quarters."

(3) In Act 9:32 the phrase dia panton, lit., "throughout all," is rendered "throughout all parts," RV (meros, "a part," being understood), AV, "throughout all quarters."

(4) For "quarters" in Act 28:7, AV, see NEIGHBORHOOD.

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