Custom (usage), Accustom (Verb) - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Custom (usage), Accustom (Verb)

[ A-1,Noun,G1485, ethos ]
(a) a custom, usage, prescribed by law," Acts 6:14; Acts 15:1; Acts 25:16; "a rite or ceremony," Luke 2:42;
(b) a "custom, habit, manner," Luke 22:39; John 19:40; Hebrews 10:25 (AV, "manner"). See MANNER, WONT.

[ A-2,Noun,G4914, sunetheia ]
sun, "with," ethos (See No. 1), denotes
(a) "an intercourse, intimacy," a meaning not found in the NT;
(b) "a custom, customary usage," John 18:39; 1 Corinthians 11:16; "or force of habit," 1 Corinthians 8:7, RV, "being used to" (some mss. here have suneidesis, "conscience;" whence AV, "with conscience of").

[ B-1,Verb,G1480, ethizo ]
akin to A, No. 1, signifies "to accustom," or in the Passive Voice, "to be accustomed." In the participial form it is equivalent to a noun, "custom," Luke 2:27.

[ B-2,Verb,G1486, etho ]
"to be accustomed," as in the case of No. 1, is used in the Passive participle as a noun, signifying "a custom," Luke 4:16; Acts 17:2 (AV, "manner;" RV, "custom") in Matthew 17:15; Mark 10:1, "was wont." See MANNER, WONT.

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