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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Endure, Enduring

Dictionaries :: Endure, Enduring

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Verb Strong's Number: g3306 Greek: meno

Endure, Enduring:

"to abide," is rendered "to endure" in the AV of Jhn 6:27; 1Pe 1:25 (RV, "abideth"); Hbr 10:34, AV, "enduring (substance)," RV, "abiding."
See ABIDE.

A-2 Verb Strong's Number: g5278 Greek: hupomeno

Endure, Enduring:

a strengthened form of No. 1, denotes "to abide under, to bear up courageously" (under suffering), Mat 10:22; 24:13; Mar 13:13; Rom 12:12, translated "patient;" 1Cr 13:7; 2Ti 2:10, 12 (AV, "suffer"); Hbr 10:32; 12:2, 3, 7; Jam 1:12; 5:11; 1Pe 2:20, "ye shall take it patiently." It has its other significance, "to tarry, wait for, await," in Luk 2:43; Act 17:14 (in some mss., Rom 8:24). Cp. B.
See ABIDE, PATIENT, SUFFER, TARRY. Cp. makrothumeo, "to be longsuffering" (see No. 7).

A-3 Verb Strong's Number: g5342 Greek: phero

Endure, Enduring:

"to bear," is translated "endured" in Rom 9:22; Hbr 12:20.
See BEAR.

A-4 Verb Strong's Number: g5297 Greek: hupophero

Endure, Enduring:

a strengthened form of No. 3, "to bear or carry," by being under, is said metaphorically of "enduring" temptation, 1Cr 10:13, AV, "bear;" persecutions, 2Ti 3:11; griefs, 1Pe 2:19.
See BEAR.

A-5 Verb Strong's Number: g430 Greek: anecho

Endure, Enduring:

"to hold up" (ana, "up," echo, "to hold or have"), always in the Middle Voice in the NT, is rendered "endure" in 2Th 1:4, of persecutions and tribulations; in 2Ti 4:3, of sound doctrine.
See BEAR.

A-6 Verb Strong's Number: g2594 Greek: kartereo

Endure, Enduring:

"to be steadfast, patient," is used in Hbr 11:27, "endured," of Moses in relation to Egypt. In the Sept., Job 2:9; Isa 42:14.

A-7 Verb Strong's Number: g3114 Greek: makrothumeo

Endure, Enduring:

"to be long-tempered" (makros, "long," thumos, "mind"), is rendered "patiently endured" in Hbr 6:15, said of Abraham. See B. below.
See BEAR, LONGSUFFERING, PATIENCE, SUFFER.

Note: In 2Ti 2:9, kakopatheo, "to suffer evil" (kakos, "evil," pascho, "to suffer"), is translated "endure hardness," AV; RV, "suffer hardship;" so in 2Ti 4:5, AV, "endure afflictions;" elsewhere in Jam 5:13. In 2Ti 2:3 the most authentic mss. have sunkakopatheo, "to suffer hardship with," as in 2Ti 1:8.
See HARDSHIP, SUFFER.

B-1 Noun Strong's Number: g5281 Greek: hupomone

Endure, Enduring:

"patience," lit., "a remaining under" (akin to A, No. 2), is translated "patient enduring" in 2Cr 1:6, RV, for AV, "enduring." Cp. makrothumia, "longsuffering" (akin to A, No. 7).
See PATIENCE.

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