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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Absence, Absent

Dictionaries :: Absence, Absent

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Noun Strong's Number: g666 Greek: apousia

Absence, Absent:

lit., "a being away from," is used in Phl 2:12, of the Apostle's absence from Philippi in contrast to his parousia, his presence with the saints there (parousia does not signify merely "a coming," it includes or suggests "the presence" which follows the arrival).

B-1 Verb Strong's Number: g549 Greek: apeimi

Absence, Absent:

"to be absent" (apo, "from," eimi, "to be"), is found in 1Cr 5:3; 2Cr 10:1,11; 13:2,10; Phl 1:27; Col 2:5.
See GO.

B-2 Verb Strong's Number: g1553 Greek: ekdemeo

Absence, Absent:

lit., "to be away from people" (ek, "from," or "out of," demos, "people"), hence came to mean either

(a) "to go abroad, depart;" the Apostle Paul uses it to speak of departing from the body as the earthly abode of the spirit, 2Cr 5:8; or

(b) "to be away;" in the same passage, of being here in the body and absent from the Lord (ver. 6), or being absent from the body and present with the Lord (ver. 8). Its other occurrence is in ver. 9.

C-1 Preposition Strong's Number: g817 Greek: ater

Absence, Absent:

means "without," Luk 22:35, "without purse;" in Luk 22:6, "in the absence (of the multitude)," marg., "without tumult."
See WITHOUT.

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