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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words

16 terms and definitions for "Y"

  • Ye, You, Yourselves, Your Own Selves

    * Notes: (1) These are most frequently the translations of various inflections of a verb; sometimes of the article before a nominative used as a vocative, e.g., Revelation 18:20 , "ye saints, and ye ...

  • Yea, Yes

    1: ναί (Strong's #3483 — particle — nai — nahee ) a particle of affirmation, is used (a) in answer to a question, Matthew 9:28; 11:9; 13:51; 17:25; 21:16; ...

  • Year

    A — 1: ἔτος (Strong's #2094 — Noun Neuter — etos — et'-os ) is used (a) to mark a point of time at or from which events take place, e.g., Luke 3:1...

  • Yes

    * For YES, see YEA ...

  • Yesterday

    1: χθές (Strong's #5504 — Adverb — echthes | chthes — khthes ) occurs in John 4:52; Acts 7:28; Hebrews 13:8 . ...

  • Yet

    * Notes: This represents (1) the adverb eti, implying addition or duration, e.g., Matthew 12:40; Romans 3:7; 5:6,8; 9:19; in Hebrews 12:26,27 , "yet ... more;" (2) alla, but, marking antithesis or ...

  • Yield

    1: δίδωμι (Strong's #1325 — Verb — didomi — did'-o-mee ) "to give," is translated "to yield," i.e., "to produce," in Matthew 13:8 , RV (AV, "...

  • Yoke, Yoked

    A — 1: ζυγός (Strong's #2218 — Noun Masculine — zugos — dzoo-gos' ) "a yoke," serving to couple two things together, is used (1) metaphoricall...

  • Yokefellow

    1: σύζυγος (Strong's #4805 — Adjective — sunzugos | suzugos — sood'-zoo-gos ) an adjective denoting "yoked together," is used as a noun i...

  • Yonder

    1: ἐκεῖ (Strong's #1563 — Adverb — ekei — ek-i' ) "there," is rendered "yonder" in Matthew 26:36; "to yonder place," Matthew 17:20 . See THERE , THIT...

  • You

    * For YOU see YE ...

  • Young, Young

    1: νέος (Strong's #3501 — Adjective — neoteros — neh'-os, neh-o'-ter-os ) the comparative degree of neos, "new, youthful," is translated "young"...

  • Younger

    1: νέος (Strong's #3501 — Adjective — neoteros — neh'-os, neh-o'-ter-os ) for which see No. 1, above, occurs in Luke 15:12,13; 22:26; 1 Timoth...

  • Your, Yours

    * Notes: (1) "Your" is most frequently the translation of humon, lit., "of you," the genitive plural of su, "thou, you;" it is translated "yours" in 1 Corinthians 3:21,22; in 1 Corinthians 8:9 , "of...

  • Youth

    1: νεότης (Strong's #3503 — Noun Feminine — neotes — neh-ot'-ace ) from neos, "new," occurs in Mark 10:20; Luke 18:21; Acts 26:4; 1 Timoth...

  • Youthful

    1: νεωτερικός (Strong's #3512 — Adjective — neoterikos — neh-o-ter'-ik-os ) from neoteros, the comparative degree of neos,...