Convenient, Conveniently - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Convenient, Conveniently

[ A-1,Adjective,G2121, eukairos ]
lit., well-timed" (eu, "well," kairos, "a time, season"), hence signifies "timely, opportune, convenient;" it is said of a certain day, Mark 6:21; elsewhere, Hebrews 4:16, "in time of need." See NEED. Cp. eukairia, "opportunity," Matthew 26:16; Luke 22:6; eukaireo, "to have opportunity," Mark 6:31; Acts 17:21 ("they spent their time," marg. "had leisure for nothing else"); 1 Corinthians 16:12. See OPPORTUNITY, NEED, C, Note.

[ B-1,Adverb,G2122, eukairos ]
"conveniently," Mark 14:11, is used elsewhere in 2 Timothy 4:2, "in season." See SEASON, C.

[ C-1,Verb,G433, aneko ]
is rendered "befitting" in Ephesians 5:4, for AV, "convenient;" so in Philemon 1:8. See BEFIT.

[ C-2,Verb,G2520, katheko ]
"to be fitting," is so translated in Romans 1:28, RV; AV, "(not) convenient;" in Acts 22:22, "it is (not) fit." See FIT.

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