dóron: a gift, present, spec. a sacrificeOriginal Word: δῶρον, ου, τόPart of Speech:
a gift, presentDefinition:
a gift, present.
Cognate: 1435 dṓron(a neuter noun derived from 1325/didōmi, to give) – gift (focusing on "the free nature of the gift," Zod, Dict). That is, something "uncaused" (not coerced, spontaneous). 1435 (dṓron) occurs 19 times in the NT (sometimes referring to the gift of a ceremonial sacrifice). See 1431 (dōrea).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a gift, present, spec. a sacrificeNASB Translation
gift (1), gifts (8), given (2), offering (8).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1435: δῶρονδῶρον
down), the Sept.
generally for קָרְבָּן
, often also for מִנְחָה
; a gift, present
: Ephesians 2:8
; Revelation 11:10
; of gifts offered as an expression of honor, Matthew 2:11
; of sacrifices and other gifts offered to God, Matthew 5:23
; Matthew 8:4
; Matthew 15:5
; Matthew 23:18
; Mark 7:11
; Hebrews 5:1
; Hebrews 8:3
; Hebrews 9:9
; Hebrews 11:4
; of money cast into the treasury for the purposes of the temple and for the support of the poor, Luke 21:1
,(4). (Synonym: see δόμα
, at the end.)<1>
STRONGS NT 1435a: δωροφορίαδωροφορία, δωροφοριας, ἡ (δωροφόρος, bringing gifts), the offering of a gift or of gifts: Romans 15:31 L Tr marginal reading, cf. διακονία, 3. (Alciphron 1, 6; Pollux 4, 47 (p. 371, Hemst. edition); several times in ecclesiastical writings.)<1> 1>
A present; specially, a sacrifice -- gift, offering.