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Dictionaries :: Creep, Creeping, Crept

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Verb Strong's Number: g1744 Greek: enduno

Creep, Creeping, Crept:

properly, "to envelop in" (en, "in," duno, "to enter"), "to put on," as of a garment, has the secondary and intransitive significance of "creeping into, insinuating oneself into," and is found with this meaning in 2Ti 3:6. Cp. enduo, "to clothe."

A-2 Verb Strong's Number: g3921 Greek: pareisduno

Creep, Creeping, Crept:

"to enter in by the side" (para, "beside," eis, "in"), to insinuate oneself into, by stealth, to creep in stealthily, is used in Jud 1:4.

B-1 Noun Strong's Number: g2062 Greek: herpeton

Creep, Creeping, Crept:

signifies a "creeping thing" (herpo, "to creep;" Eng., "serpent" is from the same root), Jam 3:7 (RV, "creeping things," for AV, "serpents," which form only one of this genus); it is set in contrast to quadrupeds and birds, Act 10:12; 11:6; Rom 1:23.

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