Side - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Side

[ A-1,Noun,G4125, pleura ]
a side" (cp. Eng., "pleurisy"), is used of the "side" of Christ, into which the spear was thrust, John 19:34; John 20:20, John 20:25, John 20:27 (some mss. have it in Matthew 27:49; See RV marg.); elsewhere, in Acts 12:7.

[ B-1,Adverb,G4008, peran ]
an adverb, signifying "beyond, on the other side," is used
(a) as a preposition and translated " on the other side of," e.g., in Mark 5:1; Luke 8:22; John 6:1, RV; John 6:22, John 6:25;
(b) as a noun with the article, e.g., Matthew 8:18, Matthew 8:28; Matthew 14:22; Matthew 16:5. See BEYOND, No. 2.

Notes:

(1) In Luke 9:47, the preposition para, "by the side of," with the dative case of the pronoun heautou, is rendered "by His side," RV (AV, "by Him").

(2) See also EITHER, EVERYWHERE, No. 3 HIGHWAY, RIGHT.

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