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Dictionaries :: Utter

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g2980 Greek: laleo

Utter:

"to speak," is rendered "to utter " in 2Cr 12:4; Rev 10:3, 4 (twice).
See PREACH, SAY, SPEAK, TALK, TELL.

2 Strong's Number: g2044 Greek: ereugomai

Utter:

primarily, "to spit or spue out," or, of oxen, "to bellow, roar," hence, "to speak aloud, utter," occurs in Mat 13:35. This affords an example of the tendency for certain words to become softened in force in late Greek.

3 Strong's Number: g863 Greek: aphiemi

Utter:

"to send forth," is used of "uttering" a cry, Mar 15:37, of Christ's final "utterance" on the Cross, RV, "uttered" (AV, "cried").
See FORGIVE, LAY, Note (2), LEAVE, LET, OMITTED, PUT, REMIT, SUFFER, YIELD.

4 Strong's Number: g1325 Greek: didomi

Utter:

"to give," is translated "utter" in 1Cr 14:9.
See GIVE.

5 Strong's Number: g5350 Greek: phthengomai

Utter:

"to utter a sound or voice," is translated "uttering" in 2Pe 2:18, RV: see SPEAK, No. 4.

Notes:

(1) In Rom 8:26, alaletos, "inexpressible" (a, negative, laleo, "to speak"), is rendered "which cannot be uttered."

(2) In Hbr 5:11, AV, dusermeneutos, followed by lego, "to speak," [translated "hard of interpretation" (RV), dus (whence "dys-" in Eng., "dyspeptic," etc.), a prefix like Eng., "un-," or "mis-," and hermeneuo, "to interpret"], is rendered "hard to be uttered."

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