G427 - Strong's Master Concordance
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Derivation: a primary particle;
KJV: --without. Compare
Lexicon of Extended Strongs for Greek and Hebrew
prep. with genitive (rarer than χωρίς, which see; cf. Ellic. on Eph 2:12; MM, VGT, 42),
A Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament by George Abbott-Smithἄνευ,
prep. c. gen. (rarer than χωρίς, q.v.; cf. Ellic. on Eph 2:12; MM, VGT, 42),
without: Mat 10:29, 1Pe 3:1; 1Pe 4:9.†
Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionariesἄνευ
A primary particle; without: - without. Compare G1.
The Vocabulary of the Greek New Testament by Milligan & Moultonἄνευ [page 42]
P Par 45.4 (B.C.153) ἄνευ τῶν θεῶν οὐθὲν γίνεται, BGU I. 267.8 (A.D. 199) ἄνευ τινὸς ἀμφισβητήσεως. Quotations are hardly needed, but see Wilcken Ostr. i. p. 559 f., where it is shown that in certain connexions ἄνευ must have the meaning of “without the knowledge of” rather than “in the absence of,” e.g. P Petr II. Appendix, p. 3, ὅτι ἄνευ ἡμῶν καὶ τῶν μετ᾽ Ἀριστοκρίτους λογευτῶν [προ]ξενεῖ τοὺς ὑποτελεῖς τοῦ φνλακ[τι]κοῦ εἰς τὸ ἴδιον, where Wilcken translates “ohne unser Wissen und ohne Wissen jener Logeuten lädt er die Steuerzahler zu sich in’s Haus.” In sepulchral inscriptions the preposition is often used in the sense “apart from,” “except,” as in the formula ἐάν τις τολμήσηι ἀνῦξε (l. ἀνοῖξαι) τὸν σορὸν τοῦτον ἄνευ τῶν ἰδίων αὐτοῦ, see IGSI 3225, 2327, al. cited by Herwerden. See further Kuhring, p. 46 f.
[Supplemental from 1930 edition]
Cf. note ad PSI IV. 330.5 (B.C. 258-7).
A Greek-English Lexicon, Keyed to Strong’s numbers - Liddell, Scott, Jonesἄνευ,
Megarian and Hellenistic ἄνις (q. v.); ἄνευν IG 4.1484.58 (Epid.); ἄνευς GDI 1157 (Olymp.): -
I Pr (never used in compos.) c. gen. (c. acc. only GDI l.c.), without, opp. σύν, ἄνευ ἕθεν οὐδὲ σὺν αὐτῷ 11.17.407; ἄ. κέντροιο without the goad, 23.387; μόνος ἄ. τινός Ar. Lys. 143, Pl. Smp. 217a; in pregnant sense, ἄ. θεῶν, mostly with neg., οὔτι ἄ. θεοῦ ἥδε γε βουλή Od. 2.372; οὔ τοι ἄ. θεοῦ ἔπτατο.. ὄρνις 15.531; οὐκ ἄ. θεῶν τινος A. Pers. 164; μηδὲ θύεσθαι μέν τιν' ἰδίᾳ ἄ. τοῦ ἄρχοντος Aen.Tact. 10.4; also without neg., ἄ. ἐμέθεν without my knowledge and will, 11.15.213; ἄ. πολιτᾶν without their consent, A. Ch. 431; ἄ. τοῦ κραίνοντος S. OC 926; ἄ. τοῦ ὑγιεινοῦ without reference to health, Pl. Grg. 518d, cf. 519a; οὐκ ἐνδέχεται ζῆν ἄ. κακοῦ τινος Diph. 32.12,etc.
II away from, far from, ἄ. δηΐων 11.13.556; ἄ. ὄψου ποιεῖν τινας ἑστιωμένους Pl. R. 372c, cf. Hp.Ma. 290e.
III in Prose, except, besides, πάντα ἄ. χρυσοῦ Id. Criti. 112c; ἄ. τοῦ καλὴν δόξαν ἐνεγκεῖν praeterquam quod attulerit.., D. 18.89; καὶ ἄ. τοῦ λαμβάνειν even without it, X. Cyr. 5.4.28. - In early writers it rarely follows its case, ὑφηγητοῦ δ' ἄ. S. OC 502; ὧν ἄ. X. Cyr. 6.1.14; freq. in later Prose, as always in Arist., Metaph. 1071a2, al., cf. Plu. 2.47c, etc. (Cf. Goth. inu, OHG. ᾱνο 'without'; perh. akin to neg. pref. ἀ-.)
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions, Thayer's Greek Definitions and Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries Combined
- without one's will or intervention
Origin: a primary particle
TDNT entry: None
Part(s) of speech: Preposition
Strong's Definition: A primary particle; without : - without. Compare G1.
Total KJV Occurrences: 3without (3)
Mat 10:29; 1Pe 3:1; 1Pe 4:9
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