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Vine's Greek New Testment Dictionary

2 results found for sumpathes Showing 1 through 2

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Result 1- One another or One ... another, One ... the other


(1) This translates a number of words and phrases,
(a) allelon, a reciprocal pronoun in the genitive plural, signifying "of, or from, one another" (akin to allos, "another"), e.g., Matt 25:32; John 13:22; Acts 15:39; Acts 19:38; 1 Cor 7:5; Gal 5:17; the accusative allelous denotes "one another," e.g., Acts 7:26, lit., "why do ye wrong one another?;" 2 Thess 1:3, RV; in Eph 4:32; Col 3:13, e.g., RV, "each other;" in 1 Thess 5:15, "one (toward) another," RV; the dative allelois denotes "one to another," e.g., Luke 7:32;
(b) different forms of the plural of heautou, "of himself," used as a reciprocal pronoun, e.g., Eph 5:19, RV, "one to another" (AV, and RV marg., "to yourselves"); see also Note 5 after B2;
(c) allos pros allon, "one to another," Acts 2:12;
(d) allos ... heteros, 1 Cor 12:8 (for the difference between allos and heteros, see ANOTHER);
(e) hos men ... hos de (in various forms of the pronoun), lit., "this indeed ... but that," e.g., Luke 23:33; Rom 9:21; Rom 14:5; 1 Cor 11:21; 2 Cor 2:16; Php 1:16,17;
(f) heteros ... heteros, "one ... another," 1 Cor 15:40.

(2) In Matt 24:2; Mark 13:2; Luke 19:44; Luke 21:6, "one (stone upon) another" is, lit., "stone upon stone."

(3) In Heb 10:25, "one another" is necessarily added in English to complete the sense of parakaleo, "to exhort."

(4) In 1 Pet 3:8, AV, "one of another" represents nothing in the original (the RV, "compassionate" sufficiently translates the adjective sumpathes: see sumpathes under COMPASSION).

(5) In Mark 9:10, AV, pros heautous, "among yourselves" (RV), is translated "one with another".

(6) In 1 Tim 5:21, AV, the accusative case of prosklisis, "partiality," preceded by kata, "according to," is translated "preferring one before another" (RV, "prejudice;" marg., "preference," lit., "according to partiality").

Result 2- Compassion, Compassionate
A. Verbs
  1. oikteiro
  2. splanchnizomai
  3. sumpatheo
  4. eleeo
  5. metriopatheo
B. Nouns
  1. oiktirmos
  2. splanchnon
C. Adjective
  1. sumpathes

A1.     Compassion, Compassionate [Verb] oikteiro "to have pity, a feeling of distress through the ills of others," is used of God's compassion, Rom 9:15.

See also : oikteiro

A2.     Compassion, Compassionate [Verb] splanchnizomai "to be moved as to one's inwards (splanchna), to be moved with compassion, to yearn with compassion," is frequently recorded of Christ towards the multitude and towards individual sufferers, Matt 9:36; Matt 14:14; Matt 15:32; Matt 18:27; Matt 20:34; Mark 1:41; Mark 6:34; Mark 8:2; Mark 9:22 (of the appeal of a father for a demon-possessed son); Luke 7:13; Luke 10:33; of the father in the parable of the Prodigal Son, Luke 15:20. (Moulton and Milligan consider the verb to have been coined in the Jewish dispersion).

A3.     Compassion, Compassionate [Verb] sumpatheo "to suffer with another (sun, 'with,' pascho, 'to suffer'), to be affected similarly" (Eng., "sympathy"), to have "compassion" upon, Heb 10:34, of "compassionating" those in prison, is translated "be touched with" in Heb 4:15, of Christ as the High Priest. See TOUCH.

See also : sumpatheo

A4.     Compassion, Compassionate [Verb] eleeo "to have mercy (eleos, "mercy"), to show kindness, by beneficence, or assistance," is translated "have compassion" in Matt 18:33 (AV); Mark 5:19; Jude 1:22. See MERCY.

See also : eleeo

A5.     Compassion, Compassionate [Verb] metriopatheo is rendered "have compassion," in Heb 5:2, AV. See metriopatheo under BEAR.

See also : metriopatheo

B1.     Compassion, Compassionate [Noun] oiktirmos akin to oikteiro, is used with splanchna (see below), "the viscera, the inward parts," as the seat of emotion, the "heart," Php 2:1; Col 3:12, "a heart of compassion" (AV, "bowels of mercies"). In Heb 10:28 it is used with choris, "without," (lit., "without compassions"). It is translated "mercies" in Rom 12:1; 2 Cor 1:3. See MERCY.

See also : oiktirmos

B2.     Compassion, Compassionate [Noun] splanchnon always used in the plural, is suitably rendered "compassion" in the RV of Col 3:12; 1 John 3:17; "compassions" in Php 2:1, Cp. splanchnizomai. See BOWELS.

See also : splanchnon

C1.     Compassion, Compassionate [Adjective] sumpathes denotes suffering with, "compassionate," 1 Pet 3:8, RV (AV, "having compassion"). See sumpatheo.

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