Own (Adjective) - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Own (Adjective)

* Notes:

(1) Gnesios, primarily, lawfully begotten," and hence "true, genuine," is translated "own" in the AV of 1 Timothy 1:2; Titus 1:4 (RV, "true"). See SINCERITY, TRUE.

(2) In Acts 5:4, "was it not thine own?" is, lit., "did it not remain (meno) to thee?"

(3) In Jude 1:6 (1st part), AV, heauton, "of themselves," their own" (RV), is rendered "their;" in the 2nd part, RV, idios, one's own, is translated "their proper" (AV, "their own").

(4) In Galatians 1:14, RV, sunelikiotes, is rendered "of mine own age" (AV, "my equals;" marg., "equals in years").

(5) For "its own" in 1 Timothy 2:6, RV, See DUE, A.

(6) For association with other words See ACCORD, BUSINESS, COMPANY, CONCEITS, COUNTRY.

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