Belong - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Belong* Note: This word represents
(a) a phrase consisting of eimi, to be," with or without a preposition and a noun, and usually best rendered, as in the RV, by the verb "to be," Mark 9:41, lit., "ye are of Christ;" Luke 23:7; Hebrews 5:14; cp. Romans 12:19, "belongeth unto Me," RV;
(b) a phrase consisting of the neuter plural of the definite article, either with the preposition pros, "unto," as in Luke 19:42, where the phrase "the things which belong unto peace" (RV) is, lit., "the (things) unto peace," or with the genitive case of the noun, as in 1 Corinthians 7:32, AV, "the things that belong to the Lord," RV, suitably, "the things of the Lord;"
(c) a distinct verb, e.g., metecho, "to partake of, share in," Hebrews 7:13 RV, "belongeth to (another tribe)," AV, "pertaineth to."