Inward (man, part), Inwardly - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Inward (man, part), Inwardly

[ 1,,G2080, eso ]
within, inward," is used adjectivally in Romans 7:22, "(the) inward (man);" 2 Corinthians 4:16, with "man" expressed in the preceding clause, but not repeated in the original, "(our) inward (man)" (some mss. have esothen, "from within"); Ephesians 3:16, RV, "(the) inward (man)" (AV, "inner"). See INNER, WITHIN.

[ 2,,G2081, esothen ]
is used in Luke 11:39, as a noun with the article, "part" being understood, "(your) inward part;" in Matthew 7:15 it has its normal use as an adverb, "inwardly." See WITHIN.

Note: In Romans 2:29 the phrase en to krupto, lit., "in (the) secret, or hidden" ("part" being understood) is rendered "inwardly," said of a spiritual Jew, in contrast to the one who is merely naturally circumcised and so is one outwardly. See HIDE, SECRET.

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