Naked (Adjective and Verb), Nakedness - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Naked (Adjective and Verb), Nakedness

[ A-1,Adjective,G1131, gumnos ]
(a) unclothed," Mark 14:52; in Matthew 14:51 it is used as a noun ("his" and "body" being italicized);
(b) "scantily or poorly clad," Matthew 25:36, Matthew 25:38, Matthew 25:43-Matthew 25:44; Acts 19:16 (with torn garments); James 2:15;
(c) "clad in the undergarment only" (the outer being laid aside), John 21:7 (See CLOTHING);
(d) metaphorically,

(1) of "a bare seed," 1 Corinthians 15:37;

(2) of "the soul without the body," 2 Corinthians 5:3;

(3) of "things exposed to the all-seeing eye of God," Hebrews 4:13;

(4) of "the carnal condition of a local church," Revelation 3:17;

(5) of "the similar state of an individual," Revelation 16:15;
(b) of "the desolation of religious Babylon," Revelation 17:16.

[ B-1,Verb,G1130, gumniteuo ]
"to be naked or scantily clad" (akin to A), is used in 1 Corinthians 4:11. In the Koine writings (See Preface to Vol. 1) it is used of being light-armed.

[ C-1,Noun,G1132, gumnotes ]
"nakedness" (akin to A), is used
(a) of "want of sufficient clothing," Romans 8:35; 2 Corinthians 11:27;
(b) metaphorically, of "the nakedness of the body," said of the condition of a local church, Revelation 3:18.

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