Alway, Always - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Alway, Always

[ 1,,G104, aei ]
has two meanings:
(a) perpetually, incessantly," Acts 7:51; 2 Corinthians 4:11; 2 Corinthians 6:10; Titus 1:12; Hebrews 3:10;
(b) "invariably, at any and every time," of successive occurrences, when some thing is to be repeated, according to the circumstances, 1 Peter 3:15; 2 Peter 1:12. See EVER.

[ 2,,G1539, hekastote ]
from hekastos, "each," is used in 2 Peter 1:15, RV, "at every time" (AV, "always"). See TIME.

[ 3,,G1275, diapantos ]
is, lit., "through," pas, i.e., through all time, (dia, "through," pas, "all"). In the best texts the words are separated. The phrase, which is used of the time throughout which a thing is done, is sometimes rendered "continually," sometimes "always;" "always" or "alway" in Mark 5:5; Acts 10:2; Acts 24:16; Romans 11:10; "continually" in Luke 24:53; Hebrews 9:6; Hebrews 13:15, the idea being that of a continuous practice carried on without being abandoned. See CONTINUALLY.

[ 4,,G3839 / G3842,pante / pantote ] are derived from pas, "all." The former is found in Acts 24:3. The latter is the usual word for "always." See EVER, EVERMORE.

Note: Two phrases, rendered "always" or "alway" in the AV, are en panti kairo (lit., "in every season"), Luke 21:36, RV, "at every season," Ephesians 6:18, RV, "at all seasons," and pasas tas hemeras, (lit., "all the days"), Matthew 28:20, AV and RV, "alway."

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