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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Company (Noun and Verb)

Dictionaries :: Company (Noun and Verb)

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Nouns and Phrases Strong's Number: g3793 Greek: ochlos

Company (Noun and Verb):

"a throng of people, an irregular crowd," most usually "a disorganized throng;" in Act 6:7, however, it is said of a company of the priests who believed; the word here indicates that they had not combined to bring this about. The RV usually translates this word "company" or "multitude." Cp. B, Note 3.
See COMMON, CROWD, MULTITUDE, and Trench, Syn. xcviii.

A-2 Nouns and Phrases Strong's Number: g4923 Greek: sunodia

Company (Noun and Verb):

lit., "a way or journey together" (sun, "with," hodos, "a way"), denotes, by metonymy, "a company of travelers;" in Luk 2:44, of the company from which Christ was missed by Joseph and Mary. (Eng., synod).

A-3 Nouns and Phrases Strong's Number: g4849 Greek: sumposion

Company (Noun and Verb):

lit. "denotes a drinking together (sun, "with," pino, "to drink"), a drinking-party;" hence, by metonymy, "any table party or any company arranged as a party." In Mar 6:39 the noun is repeated, in the plural, by way of an adverbial and distributive phrase, sumposia sumposia, lit., "companies-companies" (i.e., by companies).

A-4 Nouns and Phrases Strong's Number: g2828 Greek: klisia

Company (Noun and Verb):

akin to klino, "to recline," primarily means a place for lying down in, and hence a "reclining company," for the same purpose as No. 3. It is found in the plural in Luk 9:14, corresponding to Mark's word sumposia (No. 3, above), signifying "companies reclining at a meal."

A-5 Nouns and Phrases Strong's Number: g4128 Greek: plethos

Company (Noun and Verb):

lit., "a fullness," hence denotes "a multitude, a large or full company," Luk 23:1; "a multitude," Luk 23:27 (AV, "a great company").
See BUNDLE, MULTITUDE.

A-6 Nouns and Phrases Strong's Number: g3657 Greek: homilia

Company (Noun and Verb):

"an association of people, those who are of the same company" (homos, "same"), is used in 1Cr 15:33, AV, "(evil) communications;" RV, "(evil) company."

A-7 Nouns and Phrases Strong's Number: g3658 Greek: homilos

Company (Noun and Verb):

akin to No. 6, "a throng or crowd," is found, in some mss., in Rev 18:17, "all the company in ships," AV. Homilos denotes the concrete; homilia is chiefly an abstract noun.

A-8 Nouns and Phrases Strong's Number: g2398 Greek: idios

Company (Noun and Verb):

"one's own," is used in the plural with the article in Act 4:23, to signify "their own (company)."
See BUSINESS, B.

Notes:

(1) The preposition ex (i.e., ek), "of," with the first personal pronoun in the genitive plural (hemon, "us"), signifies "of our company," lit., "of us," in Luk 24:22; so ex auton, in Act 15:22, "men out of their company," lit., "men out of them."

(2) The phrase in Act 13:13, hoi peri Paulon, lit., "the (ones) about Paul," signifies "Paul and his company."

(3) Murias, a noun connected with the adjective murios ("numberless, infinite"), signifies "a myriad" (whence the English word), and is used hyperbolically, of vast numbers, e.g., Hbr 12:22, AV, "an innumerable company;" RV, "innumerable hosts." (Contrast murioi, 10,000, Mat 18:24).

(4) In Act 21:8, the phrase translated "that were of Paul's company" is absent from the best texts.

B-1 Verb Strong's Number: g4874 Greek: sunanamignumi

Company (Noun and Verb):

lit., "to mix up with" (sun, "with," ana, "up," mignumi, "to mix, mingle"), signifies "to have, or keep, company with," 1Cr 5:9, 11; 2Th 3:14.

B-2 Verb Strong's Number: g4905 Greek: sunerchomai

Company (Noun and Verb):

"to come, or go, with," is rendered "have companied" in Act 1:21.
See COME, No. 11.

Notes:

(1) Aphorizo, "to separate," is translated "separate (you) from (their) company," in Luk 6:22, the latter part being added in italics to supply the meaning of excommunication.
See DIVIDE.

(2) Kollao, "to join," is rendered "keep company," in Act 10:28, AV; RV, "join himself."
See CLEAVE, JOIN.

(3) Ochlopoieo, lit., "to make a crowd" (ochlos, "a crowd," poieo, "to make"), is translated "gathered a company," in Act 17:5, AV; the RV corrects this to "gathering a crowd."
See CROWD.

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