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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Alone (Let Alone)

Dictionaries :: Alone (Let Alone)

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Below are articles from the following dictionary:
Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Adjective Strong's Number: g3441 Greek: monos

Alone (Let Alone):

denotes "single, alone, solitary," Mat 4:4, etc.
See ONLY, SELF.

B-1 Adverb Strong's Number: g3440 Greek: monon

Alone (Let Alone):

the neuter of A, meaning "only, exclusively," e.g., Rom 4:23; Act 19:26, is translated "alone" in the AV of Jhn 17:20; RV, "only."
See ONLY.

B-2 Adverb Strong's Number: g2651 Greek: katamonas

Alone (Let Alone):

signifies "apart, in private, alone," Mar 4:10; Luk 9:18. Some texts have the phrase as one word.

C-1 Verb Strong's Number: g863 Greek: aphiemi

Alone (Let Alone):

signifies "to send away, set free;" also "to let alone," Mat 15:14; Mar 14:6; Luk 13:8; Jhn 11:48; 12:7 (RV, "suffer her"); in Act 5:38 some texts have easate from eao, "to permit."
See CRY, FORGIVE, FORSAKE, LAY, Note (2), LEAVE, LET, OMIT, PUT, No. 16, Note, REMIT, SEND, SUFFER, YIELD.

Notes:

(1) The phrase kath' heauten means "by (or in) itself," Jam 2:17, RV, for AV, "being alone" (see AV, marg.).

(2) The phrase kat' idian, Mar 4:34, signifies "in private," "privately," RV (AV, "when they were alone").

(3) For "let us alone" see AH!

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