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Dictionaries :: Arm (Physical)

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g43 Greek: ankale

Arm (Physical):

used in the plural, in Luk 2:28, originally denoted "the curve, or the inner angle, of the arm." The word is derived from a term signifying "to bend, to curve;" the Eng. "angle" is connected.

Note: Enankalizomai (en, "in," and a verb akin to No. 1), "to take into the arms, to embrace," is used in Mar 9:36; 10:16, of the tenderness of Christ towards little children.

2 Strong's Number: g1023 Greek: brachion

Arm (Physical):

"the shorter part of the arm, from the shoulder to the elbow," is used metaphorically to denote strength, power, and always in the NT of the power of God, Luk 1:51; Jhn 12:38; Act 13:17; frequently so in the OT, especially in Deuteronomy, the Psalms and Isaiah; see, e.g., Deu 4:34; 5:15; Psa 44:3; 71:18, where "strength" is, lit., "arm;" Psa 77:15; Isa 26:11, where "hand" is, lit., "arm;" Isa 30:30; 40:10, 11, etc.


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