Noble - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Noble

[ 1,,G2104, eugenes ]
an adjective, lit., well born" (eu, "well," and genos, "a family, race"),
(a) signifies "noble," 1 Corinthians 1:26;
(b) is used with anthropos, "a man," i.e., "a nobleman," in Luke 19:12. In the Sept., Job 1:3.

[ 2,,G2104, eugenesteros ]
the comparative degree of No. 1, occurs in Acts 17:11, "more noble," i.e., "more noble-minded."

[ 3,,G2903, kratistos ]
is translated "most noble" in the AV of Acts 24:3; Acts 26:25 (RV, "most excellent"), See EXCELLENT.

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