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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Feel, Feeling, Felt

Dictionaries :: Feel, Feeling, Felt

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g1097 Greek: ginosko

Feel, Feeling, Felt:

"to know, perceive," is translated "she felt (in her body)," of the woman with the issue of blood, Mar 5:29, i.e., she became aware of the fact.

2 Strong's Number: g5426 Greek: phroneo

Feel, Feeling, Felt:

"to think, to be minded," is translated "I felt" in the RV of 1Cr 13:11 (for AV, "I understood").

3 Strong's Number: g5584 Greek: pselaphao

Feel, Feeling, Felt:

"to feel or grope about" (from psao, "to touch"), expressing the motion of the hands over a surface, so as to "feel" it, is used

(a) metaphorically, of seeking after God, Act 17:27;

(b) literally, of physical handling or touching Luk 24:39; with 1Jo 1:1; Hbr 12:18.

4 Strong's Number: g4834 Greek: sumpatheo

Feel, Feeling, Felt:

"to have a fellow-feeling for or with," is rendered "touched with the feeling of" in Hbr 4:15; "have compassion" in Hbr 10:34.

5 Strong's Number: g524 Greek: apalgeo

Feel, Feeling, Felt:

signifies "to cease to feel pain for" (apo, "from," algeo, "to feel pain;" cp. Eng., "neuralgia"); hence, to be callous, "past feeling," insensible to honor and shame, Eph 4:19.

Note: In Act 28:5 pascho, "to suffer," is rendered "felt (no harm)," RV, "took," lit., "suffered no ill (effect)."


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