Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Whole (made), Wholly, Wholesome

[ A-1,Adjective,G3650, holos ]
for which See ALL, A, No. 3, and ALTOGETHER, signifies whole,"
(a) with a noun, e.g., Matthew 5:29-Matthew 5:30; Mark 8:36; Mark 15:1, Mark 15:16, Mark 15:33; Luke 11:36 (1st part), though holon may here be used adverbially with photeinon, "wholly light" [as in the 2nd part, RV, "wholly (full of light)"]; John 11:50; 1 Corinthians 12:17 (1st part); 1 John 2:2; 1 John 5:19;
(b) absolutely, as a noun, e.g., Matthew 13:33; 1 Corinthians 12:17 (2nd part).

[ A-2,Adjective,G3956, pas ]
for which See ALL, A, No. 1, is sometimes translated "the whole" when used with the article, e.g., Matthew 8:32, Matthew 8:34; Romans 8:22.

[ A-3,Adjective,G537, hapas ]
for which See ALL, A, No. 2, is rendered "the whole," e.g., in Luke 19:37; Luke 23:1.

[ A-4,Adjective,G3648, holokleros ]
from No. 1 and kleros, "a lot," is rendered "whole" in 1 Thessalonians 5:23, See ENTIRE.

[ A-5,Adjective,G5199, hugies ]
(cp. Eng., "hygiene") is used especially in the Gospels of making sick folk "whole," Matthew 12:13; Matthew 15:31; Mark 3:5; Mark 5:34; Luke 6:10; John 5:4, John 5:6, John 5:9, John 5:11, John 5:14-John 5:15; John 7:23; also Acts 4:10; of "sound (speech)," Titus 2:8. See SOUND.

[ A-6,Adjective,G3651, holoteles ]
"wholly," 1 Thessalonians 5:23, is lit., "whole-complete" (A, No. 1, and telos, "an end"), i.e., "through and through;" the Apostle's desire is that the sanctification of the believer may extend to every part of his being. The word is similar in meaning to No. 4; holokleros draws attention to the person as a "whole," holoteles, to the several parts which constitute him.

Note: In 1 Timothy 4:15, the sentence freely rendered "give thyself wholly to them" is, lit., "be in these (things)."

[ B-1,Verb,G5198, hugiaino ]
"to be in good health," akin to A, No. 5, is rendered "they that are whole" in Luke 5:31; "whole" in Luke 7:10 (present participle); "wholesome" in 1 Timothy 6:3, AV (RV, "sound;" marg., "healthful"). See HEALTH, SOUND.

[ B-2,Verb,G4982, sozo ]
"to save," is sometimes rendered "to make whole," and, in the Passive Voice, "to be made whole," or "to be whole," e.g., Matthew 9:21-Matthew 9:22 (twice), and parallel passages; Acts 4:9. See HEAL, SAVE.

[ B-3,Verb,G2390, iaomai ]
"to heal," is rendered "to make whole," Matthew 15:28; Acts 9:34, AV (RV, "health"). See HEAL.

[ B-4,Verb,G2480, ischuo ]
"to be strong," is rendered "they that are whole" in Matthew 9:12; Mark 2:17. See ABLE, B, No. 4.

[ B-5,Verb,G1295, diasozo ]
"to save thoroughly" (dia), is used in the Passive Voice and rendered "were made whole" in Matthew 14:36, RV (AV, "were made perfectly whole"). See ESCAPE, HEAL, SAVE.

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