emou: me, mine, my. Original Word: ἐμοῦTransliteration:
1700 emoú – of me (i.e. "mine, my"); "the emphatic form of 3450 /moú (S. Zodhiates, Dict), i.e. the marked (emphatic) way of saying "mine" (note the prefixed epsilon, "e").
1700 /emoú ("mine, my") then is an "emphasized possessive" (F. Blass, 168), used in place of the unemphatic form, 3450 /moú ("mine, my"). Example: Lk 24:44: "Now He said to them, 'These are My words which I spoke to you while I was still with you, that all things which are written about Me (peri emou) in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled' " (NASU).
["As it belongs (pertains) to Me" stresses how Jesus is the God-man, incarnating from eternity.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
emph. form of mou
, see egóNASB Translation
me, mine, my.
A prolonged form of mochthos; of me -- me, mine, my.
see GREEK mochthos