|Origin:||from 1 (as a particle of union) and a presumed form of 4685|
|Reference:||TDNT - 1:496,84|
|In Greek:||aphspasameya 1, aspasai 2, aspasamenoi 3, aspasamenov 3, aspasasye 24, aspashsye 2, aspazesyai 1, aspazetai 11, aspazomai 1, aspazontai 9, aspazou 1, hspasato 1, hspazonto 1|
|In NET:||Greet 22, greet 8, greets 6, send greetings 4, Greetings 3, greeted 3, Give greetings 2, give greetings 1, had greeted 1, pay respects 1, welcomed 1, when had greeted 1, we said farewell 1, to salute 1, saying farewell 1, sends greetings 1, you greet 1|
|In AV:||salute 42, greet 15, embrace 2, take leave 1|
|Definition:||1) to draw to one's self
1a) to salute one, greet, bid welcome, wish well to
1b) to receive joyfully, welcome
Used of those accosting anyone; of those who visit one to see him a
little while, departing almost immediately afterwards; to pay
respects to a distinguished person by visiting him; of those who
greet one whom they meet in the way (even not in the East, Christians
and Mohammedans do not greet one another); a salutation was made not
merely by a slight gesture and a few words, but generally by
embracing and kissing, a journey was retarded frequently by saluting.
from 1 (as a particle of union) and a presumed form of 4685; to enfold
in the arms, i.e. (by implication) to salute, (figuratively) to
welcome:-embrace, greet, salute, take leave.
see GREEK for 1
see GREEK for 4685
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