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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Mark (Verb)

Dictionaries :: Mark (Verb)

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Below are articles from the following dictionary:
Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g1907 Greek: epecho

Mark (Verb):

lit., "to hold upon" (epi, "upon," echo, "to hold"), signifies (like parecho) "to hold out," Phl 2:16, of the word of life; then, "to hold one's mind towards, to observe," translated "marked" in Luk 14:7, of the Lord's observance of those who chose the chief seats.
See HEED, HOLD, STAY.

2 Strong's Number: g4648 Greek: skopeo

Mark (Verb):

"to look at, behold, watch, contemplate," (akin to skopos, "a mark," see Noun above), is used metaphorically of "looking to," and translated "mark" in Rom 16:17, of a warning against those who cause divisions, and in Phl 3:17, of observing those who walked after the example of the Apostle and his fellow workers, so as to follow their ways.
See HEED, Note (1), LOOK.

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