Within - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words


* Note: This is a translation of
(a) entos: See INSIDE, No. 1; in Luke 17:21 the RV marg., in the midst of," is to be preferred; the kingdom of God was not in the hearts of the Pharisees;
(b) en, "of thinking or saying within oneself," e.g., Luke 7:39, Luke 7:49 (marg., "among"); locally, e.g., Luke 19:44;
(c) esothen, 2 Corinthians 7:5; Revelation 4:8; Revelation 5:1; "from within," Mark 7:21,Mark 7:23; Luke 11:7; "within," Matthew 23:25; Luke 11:40, RV, "inside;" in Matthew 23:27-Matthew 23:28, RV, "inwardly;"
(d) eso, John 20:26; Acts 5:23; 1 Corinthians 5:12 (i.e., "within" the church);
(e) pros, to, or with, in Mark 14:4, AV, "within" (RV, "among");
(f) dia, "through," rendered "within (three days)" in Mark 14:58, AV (RV, "in," looking through the time to the event, and in keeping with the metaphor of building);
(g) esoteros, Hebrews 6:19, the comparative degree of eso, used with the article translated "that within," lit., "the inner (part of the veil)," i.e., "inside:" See INNER, No. 2;
(h) in Luke 11:41, RV, eneimi, "to be in," is rendered "are within" (AV, "ye have").

Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words