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G1537 - From

Strong's No.:G1537

Greek:ἐκ

Transliteration:ek ex

Phonetic:ek ex

Word Origin:A primary preposition denoting origin (the point whence motion or action proceeds) from :out (of place time or cause

Bible Usage:after among X-(idiom) are at betwixt (-yond) by (the means of) exceedingly (+ abundantly above) for (-th) from (among forth up) + grudgingly + heartily X-(idiom) heavenly X-(idiom) hereby + very highly in . . . ly (because by reason) of off (from) on out among (from of) over since X-(idiom) thenceforth through X-(idiom) unto X-(idiom) vehemently with (-out). Often used in composition with the same general import; often of completion .

Part of Speech:Preposition

Strongs
Definition:

literally or figuratively; direct or remote)


Thayers
Definition:

1. out of, from, by, away from


Bible References:
From

Translation
Occurrences:
again ( 3 )
against ( 1 )
among ( 6 )
at ( 3 )
began ( 1 )
believeth ( 1 )
between ( 1 )
beyond ( 1 )
by ( 55 )
contentious ( 1 )
earthly ( 1 )
for ( 2 )
from ( 187 )
grudgingly ( 1 )
heartily ( 1 )
heavenly ( 1 )
Hereby ( 1 )
in ( 8 )
nothing ( 1 )
of ( 528 )
off ( 1 )
on ( 34 )
out ( 20 )
over ( 4 )
rise ( 1 )
the ( 5 )
thereof ( 3 )
through ( 3 )
time ( 1 )
to ( 1 )
vehemently ( 1 )
whereof ( 2 )
with ( 25 )
you ( 1 )

 

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