2235. édé
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édé: already
Original Word: ἤδη
Part of Speech: Adverb
Transliteration: édé
Phonetic Spelling: (ay'-day)
Short Definition: now, already
Definition: already; now at length, now after all this waiting.

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2235 ḗdē (a temporal adverb) – already now, even now, referring to what is not yet strictly present but already (now) impacts the present (= "already now").

[2235 (ḗdē) is "a point of time preceding another point of time and implying completion – 'already'" (L & N, 1, 67.20). It often factors in something strictly future, but can include anything that is not strictly present.]

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. adverb of time
NASB Translation
already (42), as soon as (1), now (14), soon* (1), this time (2).

STRONGS NT 2235: ἤδη

ἤδη, adverb (from Homer down; on the derivation see Vanicek, p. 745; Peile, p. 395), in the N. T. everywhere of time, now, already (Latinjam): Matthew 3:10; Matthew 5:28; Matthew 14:15; Mark 4:37; Mark 11:11; Luke 7:6; Luke 12:49; (Luke 24:29 T WH Tr text, L Tr marginal reading brackets); John 4:35(),; (that all things were now finished and that nothing further remained for him to do or to suffer); Acts 27:9; Romans 13:11 (that it is already time to wake up and indulge no longer in sleep); 1 Corinthians 4:8, and often; νῦν ... ἤδη, now already (Latinjamnunc): 1 John 4:3; ἤδη πότε, now at last, at length now: with future Romans 1:10; (with aorist Philippians 4:10. Synonym: see ἄρτι, at the end)

already, even now, by this time.

Apparently from e (or possibly e) and de; even now -- already, (even) now (already), by this time.

see GREEK e

see GREEK e

see GREEK de

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