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[ 1,,G1836, hexes ]
an adverb (akin to echo, to have") denoting "in order, successively, next," is used adjectivally, qualifying the noun "day" in Luke 9:37; Acts 21:1, RV, "next" (AV, "following"), Acts 25:17, RV, "next" (AV, "on the morrow"); in Acts 27:18, with hemera, "day," understood; in Luke 7:11, in the best mss., with the word chronos, "time," understood, "soon afterwards" (marg., "on the next day," according to some ancient authorities). See AFTER, FOLLOW, Note
(3), MORROW.

[ 2,,G3342, metaxu ]
"to have," in the Middle Voice, sometimes signifies "to be next to," said of towns, in Mark 1:38; of a day, Acts 21:26; in Acts 20:15 (2nd part), hemera, "day," is unexpressed. See HAVE.

[ 3,,G2192, echo ]
"to have," in the Middle Voice, sometimes signifies "to be next to," said of towns, in Mark 1:38; of a day, Acts 21:26; in Acts 20:15 (2nd part), hemera, "day," is unexpressed. See HAVE.

[ 4,,G2064, erchomai ]
"to come," is used in the present participle in Acts 13:44, "(the) next (sabbath)." See COME.

Note: In Acts 7:26, AV, epeimi, "to come on or after," used with hemera, "day," is translated "next" (RV, "following"); so with hemera, understood, Acts 16:11; Acts 20:15 (1st part); in Acts 21:18, RV and AV, "following."

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