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Dictionaries :: Blemish

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Noun Strong's Number: g3470 Greek: momos

Blemish:

akin to momaomai (see BLAME, A), signifies

(a) "a blemish" (Sept. only);

(b) "a shame, a moral disgrace," metaphorical of the licentious, 2Pe 2:13.

B-1 Adjective Strong's Number: g299 Greek: amomos

Blemish:

"without blemish;" is always so rendered in the RV, Eph 1:4; 5:27; Phl 2:15; Col 1:22; Hbr 9:14; 1Pe 1:19; Jud 1:24; Rev 14:5. This meaning is to be preferred to the various AV renderings, "without blame," Eph 1:4, "unblameable," Col 1:22, "faultless," Jud 1:24, "without fault," Rev 14:5. The most authentic mss. have amomos, "without blemish," in Phl 2:15, for amometos, "without rebuke." In the Sept., in reference to sacrifices, especially in Lev. and Num., the Psalms and Ezek., "of blamelessness in character and conduct."
See BLAME, FAULT.

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