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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Young, Young (Children, Daughter, Man, Men, Woman, Women)

Dictionaries :: Young, Young (Children, Daughter, Man, Men, Woman, Women)

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g3501 Greek: neoteros

Young, Young (Children, Daughter, Man, Men, Woman, Women):

the comparative degree of neos, "new, youthful," is translated "young" in Jhn 21:18; in the plural, Act 5:6, "young men" (marg., "younger"); Tts 2:6, AV, RV, "younger men."
See YOUNGER.

2 Strong's Number: g3501 Greek: neos

Young, Young (Children, Daughter, Man, Men, Woman, Women):

in the feminine plural, denotes "young women," Tts 2:4.
See NEW, No. 2.

3 Strong's Number: g3494 Greek: neanias

Young, Young (Children, Daughter, Man, Men, Woman, Women):

"a young man," occurs in Act 7:58; 20:9; 23:17, 18 (in some texts).

4 Strong's Number: g3495 Greek: neaniskos

Young, Young (Children, Daughter, Man, Men, Woman, Women):

a diminutive of No. 3, "a youth, a young man," occurs in Mat 19:20, 22; Mar 14:51 (1st part; RV omits in 2nd part); Mar 16:5; Luk 7:14; Act 2:17; 5:10 (i.e., attendants); Act 23:18 (in the best texts), Act 23:22; 1Jo 2:13, 14, of the second branch of the spiritual family.

5 Strong's Number: g3502 Greek: nossos | neossos

Young, Young (Children, Daughter, Man, Men, Woman, Women):

"a young bird" (akin to No. 2), is translated "young" in Luk 2:24. Cp. nossia, "a brood," Luk 13:34, and the noun nossion, used in the neuter plural, nossia, in Mat 23:37, "chickens;" nossion is the diminutive of nossos.

Notes:

(1) In Act 20:12, AV, pais, a "lad" (RV), is translated "young man."

(2) In Mar 7:25, AV, thugatrion, a diminutive of thugater, "a daughter," is rendered "young (RV, 'little') daughter."

(3) In Mar 10:13, AV, paidion, in the neuter plural, is rendered "young (RV, 'little') children."

(4) In Act 7:19, AV, brephos, in the neuter plural, is rendered "young children," RV, "babes."
See BABE, No. 1.

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