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Dictionaries :: Journey (Noun and Verb), Journeyings

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Below are articles from the following dictionary:
Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Noun Strong's Number: g3598 Greek: hodos

Journey (Noun and Verb), Journeyings:

"a way, path, road," used of a traveler's way, a "journey," is rendered "journey" in Mat 10:13; Mar 6:8; Luk 2:44, "a day's journey" (probably to Beeroth, six miles north of Jerusalem); Luk 9:3; 11:6; Act 1:12, "a Sabbath day's journey," i.e., the journey which a Jew was allowed to take on the Sabbath, viz., about 2,000 yards or cubits (estimates vary). The regulation was not a Mosaic enactment, but a rabbinical tradition, based upon an exposition of Exd 16:29, and a comparison of the width of the suburb of a Levitical city as enjoined in Num 35:4, 5, and the distance between the ark and the people at the crossing of the Jordan, Jos 3:4. In regard to Act 1:12, there is no discrepancy between this and Luk 24:50, where the RV rightly translates by "over against Bethany," which does not fix the exact spot of the Ascension.

A-2 Noun Strong's Number: g3597 Greek: hodoiporia

Journey (Noun and Verb), Journeyings:

"a wayfaring, journeying" (No. 1, and poros, "a way, a passage"), is used of the Lord's journey to Samaria, Jhn 4:6, and of Paul's "journeyings," 2Cr 11:26. Cp. B, No. 3.

Note: In Luk 13:22 the noun poreia, "a journey, a going" (cp. poros, No. 2, above), is used with the verb poieo, "to make," with the meaning "to journey," lit., "making (for Himself, Middle Voice) a way," "journeying." In Jam 1:11, "ways."
See WAY.

B-1 Verb Strong's Number: g4198 Greek: poreuomai

Journey (Noun and Verb), Journeyings:

is used in the Middle Voice in the NT, signifying "to go, proceed, go on one's way;" it is translated by the verb "to journey" in Act 9:3; 22:6, "as I made (my) journey;" Act 26:13; Rom 15:24 (1st part), AV, "I take my journey," RV, "I go" (for the 2nd part, "in my journey," see No. 2).
See GO, No. 1.

B-2 Verb Strong's Number: g1279 Greek: diaporeuo

Journey (Noun and Verb), Journeyings:

"to carry over," used in the Passive Voice with the meaning "to pass by, to journey through," is translated "in my journey," in Rom 15:24, lit., "journeying through;" in Luk 18:36, RV, "going by" (AV "pass by").
See GO, No. 4.

B-3 Verb Strong's Number: g3596 Greek: hodoiporeo

Journey (Noun and Verb), Journeyings:

"to travel, journey" (akin to A, No. 2), is found in Act 10:9.

B-4 Verb Strong's Number: g3593 Greek: hodeuo

Journey (Noun and Verb), Journeyings:

"to be on the way, journey" (from hodos, "a way"), the simplest form of the verbs denoting "to journey," is used in the parable of the Good Samaritan, Luk 10:33.

B-5 Verb Strong's Number: g4922 Greek: sunodeuo

Journey (Noun and Verb), Journeyings:

sun, "with," and No. 4, "to journey with," occurs in Act 9:7. In the Sept., Zec 8:21.

B-6 Verb Strong's Number: g2137 Greek: euodoo

Journey (Noun and Verb), Journeyings:

"to help on one's way" (eu, "well," and hodos), is used in the Passive Voice with the meaning "to have a prosperous journey;" so the AV of Rom 1:10; the RV, "I may be prospered" rightly expresses the metaphorical use which the verb acquired, without reference to a "journey;" see 1Cr 16:2; 3Jo 1:2.

B-7 Verb Strong's Number: g4311 Greek: propempo

Journey (Noun and Verb), Journeyings:

"to send before or forth" (pro, "before," pempo, "to send"), also means "to set forward on a journey, to escort;" in 1Cr 16:6, "may set (me) forward on my journey," RV [AV, "may bring (me) etc."]; so Tts 3:13; 3Jo 1:6.

B-8 Verb Strong's Number: g589 Greek: apodemeo

Journey (Noun and Verb), Journeyings:

denotes "to go on a journey to another country, go abroad," Mat 21:33; 25:14, 15; Mar 12:1; Luk 15:13; 20:9.

Note: For the adjective apodemos, Mar 13:34, AV, "taking a far journey," RV, "sojourning in another country," see COUNTRY.


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