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Dictionaries :: Strange

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Adjective Strong's Number: g3581 Greek: xenos

Strange:

denotes

(a) "foreign, alien," Act 17:18, of gods; Hbr 13:9, of doctrines;

(b) "unusual," 1Pe 4:12, 2nd part, of the fiery trial of persecution (for 1st part, see B).
See STRANGER.

A-2 Adjective Strong's Number: g245 Greek: allotrios

Strange:

denotes

(a) "belonging to another" (allos), see MAN'S, Note (1);

(b) "alien, foreign, strange," Act 7:6; Hbr 11:9, AV, RV, "(a land) not his own."
See ALIEN, STRANGER.

A-3 Adjective Strong's Number: g3861 Greek: paradoxos

Strange:

"contrary to received opinion" (para, "beside," doxa, "opinion;" Eng. "paradox," "-ical"), is rendered "strange things" in Luk 5:26.

A-4 Adjective Strong's Number: g1854 Greek: exo

Strange:

outside, is rendered "strange" in Act 26:11, AV: see FOREIGN.

Note: In 1Cr 14:21 (1st part), RV, heteroglossos, signifying "of a different tongue" (heteros, "another," glossa, "a tongue") is translated "of strange (AV, other) tongues."

B-1 Verb Strong's Number: g3579 Greek: xenizo

Strange:

denotes "to think something strange," 1Pe 4:4, 12, Passive Voice, i.e., "they are surprised," and "be (not) surprised;" in Act 17:20, the present participle, Active, is rendered "strange," i.e., "surprising."
See ENTERTAIN, LODGE.

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