the nature, natural qualities, powers, constitution, condition
nature, inherent nature
nature, inherent nature, origin, birth.
growth (by germination or expansion), i.e. (by implication) natural production (lineal descent); by extension, a genus or sort; figuratively, native disposition, constitution or usage Derivation: from G5453;
φύσις, -εως, ἡ (< φύω) [in LXX: Refs Wis.7:20 13:1 19:20 אΑ, Refs 3Ma.3:29, 4Ma.1:20 Mac 5:7-8 Mac 5:25 Mac 13:27 Mac 15:13 Mac 15:25 Mac 16:3 * ;] nature, i.e., __(a) the nature (natural powers or constitution) of a person or thing: Refs Jas.3:7, 2Pe.1:4; τέκνα φυσει ὀργῆς, Eph.2:3; __(b) origin, birth (Soph., Xen., al.): Refs Rom.2:27, Gal.2:15; __(with) nature, i.e. the regular order or law of nature: 1Co.11:14; dative, φύσει adverbially, by nature, Refs Rom.2:14, Gal.4:8; παρὰ φύσιν, against nature, Refs Rom.1:26 11:24; καρὰ φ., according to nature, naturally, Refs Rom.11:21, 24.† (AS)
1) nature 1a) the nature of things, the force, laws, order of nature 1a) as opposed to what is monstrous, abnormal, perverse 1b) as opposed what has been produced by the art of man: the natural branches, i.e. branches by the operation of nature 1b) birth, physical origin 1c) a mode of feeling and acting which by long habit has become nature 1d) the sum of innate properties and powers by which one person differs from others, distinctive native peculiarities, natural characteristics: the natural strength, ferocity, and intractability of beasts
From G5453; growth (by germination or expansion), that is, (by implication) natural production (lineal descent); by extension a genus or sort; figuratively native disposition, constitution or usage