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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Daughter, Daughter-In-Law

Dictionaries :: Daughter, Daughter-In-Law

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g2364 Greek: thugater

Daughter, Daughter-In-Law:

"a daughter," (etymologically, Eng., "daughter" is connected), is used of

(a) the natural relationship (frequent in the Gospels);

(b) spiritual relationship to God, 2Cr 6:18, in the sense of the practical realization of acceptance with, and the approval of, God (cp. Isa 43:6), the only place in the NT where it applies to spiritual relationship;

(c) the inhabitants of a city or region, Mat 21:5; Jhn 12:15 ("of Zion"); cp. Isa 37:22; Zep 3:14 (Sept.);

(d) the women who followed Christ to Calvary, Luk 23:28;

(e) women of Aaron's posterity, Luk 1:5;

(f) a female descendant of Abraham, Luk 13:16.

2 Strong's Number: g2365 Greek: thugatrion

Daughter, Daughter-In-Law:

a diminutive of No. 1, denotes "a little daughter," Mar 5:23; 7:25.

3 Strong's Number: g3933 Greek: parthenos

Daughter, Daughter-In-Law:

"a maiden, virgin," e.g., Mat 1:23, signifies a virgin-daughter in 1Cr 7:36-38 (RV); in Rev 14:4, it is used of chaste persons.

4 Strong's Number: g3565 Greek: numphe

Daughter, Daughter-In-Law:

Eng. "nymph", denotes "a bride," Jhn 3:29; also "a daughter-in-law," Mat 10:35; Luk 12:53.

Note: In 1Pe 3:6, teknon, "a child," is translated "daughters" (AV), "children" (RV).


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