diénekés: carried through, continuousOriginal Word: διηνεκής, έςPart of Speech:
continuous, continually, unbroken.
1336 diēnekḗs (or diēnekēs, derived from 1223 /diá, "thoroughly," which intensifies 1308 /diaphérō, "to bear") – properly, bear all the way across, in an unbroken (non-stop) fashion; to persist all the way, to the (intended) end, i.e. "unbroken, continuous . . . perpetually, forever" (Abbott-Smith).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from the aor. of diapheróDefinition
carried through, continuousNASB Translation
all time (2), continually (1), perpetually* (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1336: διηνεκήςδιηνεκής
, as the simple ἠνεκης
), from Homer
: εἰς τό διηνεκές
, continally"), Hebrews 7:3
; Hebrews 10:1, 12, 14
(δικτάτωρ ἐς τό διηνεκές ἡρεθη
b. c. 1, 4).<1>
Neuter of a compound of dia and a derivative of an alternate of phero; carried through, i.e. (adverbially with eis and ho prefixed) perpetually -- + continually, for ever.
see GREEK dia
see GREEK phero
see GREEK eis
see GREEK ho