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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words


For the neuter plural of agathos, used as a noun, "goods," see Luk 12:18, 19, where alone this word is so rendered.

1 Strong's Number: g5223 Greek: huparxis


primarily, "subsistence," then, "substance, property, goods" (akin to huparcho, "to exist, be, belong to"), is translated "goods" in Act 2:45; "possession." RV (AV, "substance") in Hbr 10:34.

2 Strong's Number: g979 Greek: bios


which denotes

(a) "life, lifetime,"

(b) "livelihood, living, means of living," is translated "goods" in 1Jo 3:17, RV (AV, "good").
See LIFE, No. 2.

3 Strong's Number: g4632 Greek: skeuos


"a vessel," denotes "goods" in Mat 12:29; Mar 3:27; Luk 17:31, RV (AV, "stuff").


(1) The neuter plural of the present participle of huparcho, is used as a noun denoting "goods," in Mat 24:47, AV "his goods," RV, "that he hath;" "goods" in Mat 25:14; Luk 11:21; 16:1; 19:8; 1Cr 13:3; in Hbr 10:34 (1st part).

(2) In Luk 6:30 "thy goods" translates the neuter plural of the possessive pronoun with the article, lit., "thy things," or possessions.

(3) In Rev 3:17, the AV "I am... increased with goods" translates the perfect tense of the verb plouteo, "to be rich;" RV, "I have gotten riches."



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