- from afar, far off
- from afar, far off, from a distance.
πόρρωθεν, (πόρρω), adv., [fr. Plat. on], from afar, afar off: Lk. xvii. 12; Heb. xi. 13; Sept. chiefly for מֵרָתוֹק.*
1) from afar, afar off
From G4206 with adverbial enclitic of source; from far, or (by implication) at a distance, that is, distantly
KJV Usage: afar off.