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KING JAMES BIBLE DICTIONARY

 

Greek - English Dictionary

G1223 - By

Strong's No.:G1223

Greek:διά

Transliteration:dia

Phonetic:dee-ah'

Word Origin:A primary preposition denoting the channel of an act

Bible Usage:after always among at to avoid because of (that) briefly by for (cause) . . . fore from in by occasion of of by reason of for sake that thereby therefore X-(idiom) though through (-out) to wherefore with (-in). In composition it retains the same general import.

Part of Speech:Preposition

Strongs
Definition:

through (in very wide applications local causal or occasional). In composition it retains the same general import


Thayers
Definition:

1. through

a. of place

1. with

2. in

b. of time

1. throughout

2. during

c. of means

1. by

2. by the means of

2. through

a. the ground or reason by which something is or is not done

1. by reason of

2. on account of

3. because of for this reason

4. therefore

5. on this account


Bible References:
By
 

Translation
Occurrences:
after ( 3 )
always ( 4 )
among ( 1 )
at ( 1 )
avoid ( 1 )
because ( 28 )
briefly ( 1 )
by ( 240 )
cause ( 13 )
circumcised ( 1 )
for ( 60 )
from ( 1 )
glorious ( 1 )
hereof ( 1 )
I ( 1 )
in ( 9 )
mouth ( 1 )
of ( 12 )
sake ( 35 )
sakes ( 12 )
their ( 1 )
thereat ( 1 )
thereby ( 4 )
Therefore ( 44 )
through ( 93 )
throughout ( 4 )
to ( 1 )
whereby ( 3 )
Wherefore ( 12 )
wherein ( 1 )
with ( 16 )
within ( 1 )

 

Definitions are taken from Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.