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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Accomplish, Accomplishment

Dictionaries :: Accomplish, Accomplishment

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Verb Strong's Number: g1822 Greek: exartizo

Accomplish, Accomplishment:

"to fit out," (from ek, "out," and a verb derived from artos, "a joint"), means "to furnish completely," 2Ti 3:17, or "to accomplish," Act 21:5, there said of a number of days, as if to render the days complete by what was appointed for them.
See FURNISH. In the Sept., Exd 28:7.

A-2 Verb Strong's Number: g4137 Greek: pleroo

Accomplish, Accomplishment:

"to fulfill, to complete, carry out to the full" (as well as to fill), is translated "perfect" in Rev 3:2, AV; RV, "I have found no works of thine fulfilled before My God;" "accomplish" in Luk 9:31.
See COMPLETE, END, EXPIRE, FILL, FULFILL, FULL, PREACH.

Note: Its strengthened form, ekpleroo, "to fulfill," lit., "fill out," is used in Act 13:33, of the fulfillment of a Divine promise of the resurrection of Christ.

A-3 Verb Strong's Number: g5055 Greek: teleo

Accomplish, Accomplishment:

"to finish, to bring to an end" (telos, "an end"), frequently signifies, not merely to terminate a thing, but to carry out a thing to the full. It is used especially in the Apocalypse, where it occurs eight times, and is rendered "finish" in Rev 10:7; 11:7, and in the RV of Rev 15:1, which rightly translates it "(in them) is finished (the wrath of God)." So in Rev 10:8; in Rev 17:17, RV, "accomplish," and "finish" in Rev 20:3,5,7; in Luk 2:39, RV, "accomplish," for AV, "performed."
See END, EXPIRE, FILL, FINISH, FULFILL, GO, No. 5, PAY, PERFORM.

A-4 Verb Strong's Number: g2005 Greek: epiteleo

Accomplish, Accomplishment:

epi, "up," intensive, and No. 3, is a strengthened form of that verb, in the sense of "accomplishing." The fuller meaning is "to accomplish perfectly;" in Rom 15:28, RV, "accomplish;" "perfecting" in 2Cr 7:1; "complete" in 2Cr 8:6,11; "completion" in the latter part of this 11th verse, which is better than "performance;" "perfected" in Gal 3:3; "perfect" in Phl 1:6. In Hbr 8:5 the margin rightly has "complete" instead of "make," with regard to the Tabernacle. In Hbr 9:6 it is translated "accomplish" and in 1Pe 5:9.
See COMPLETE, DO, FINISH, MAKE, PERFECT, PERFORM.

A-5 Verb Strong's Number: g5048 Greek: teleioo

Accomplish, Accomplishment:

though distinct grammatically from teleo, has much the same meaning. The main distinction is that teleo more frequently signifies "to fulfill," teleioo, more frequently, "to make perfect," one of the chief features of the Epistle to the Hebrews, where it occurs nine times. It is rendered "accomplish" in the RV of Jhn 4:34; 5:36; 17:4; Act 20:24.
See CONSECRATE, FINISH, FULFILL, PERFECT.

A-6 Verb Strong's Number: g4130 Greek: pletho

Accomplish, Accomplishment:

"to fulfill," is translated "accomplished" in the AV of Luk 1:23; 2:6, 21, 22 (RV, "fulfilled").
See FILL, No. 5, FURNISH, Note.

B-1 Noun Strong's Number: g1604 Greek: ekplerosis

Accomplish, Accomplishment:

see A, No. 2, Note, means "an entire fulfilment" (ek, "out," plerosis, "a filling"), Act 21:26, of the "fulfillment" of days of purification.

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