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Dictionaries :: Headlong (To Cast to Fall)

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g2630 Greek: katakremnizo

Headlong (To Cast to Fall):

signifies "to throw over a precipice" (kata, "down," kremnos, "a steep bank," etc.), said of the purpose of the people of Nazareth to destroy Christ, Luk 4:29.

2 Strong's Number: g4248 Greek: prenes

Headlong (To Cast to Fall):

an adjective denoting "headlong, prone," is used with the verb ginomai, "to become," in Act 1:18, of the death of Judas, "falling headlong;" various suggestions have been made as to the actual details; some ascribe to the word the meaning "swelling up."

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