plérés: fullOriginal Word: πλήρης, εςPart of Speech:
full, abounding in, complete, completely occupied with.
Cognate: 4134 plḗrēs (an adjective) – full; used of being full of the presence of the Lord (His provisions) which is the definition of a full life. See 4130 (plēthō). Being "full" (4134 /plḗrēs) brings God's wisdom, grace and power (Ac 6:3,8).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from a derivation of pléthó (to be full)Definition
abounding (1), covered (1), filled (1), full (12), mature (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 4134: πλήρηςπλήρης
), from Aeschylus
down, the Sept.
chiefly for מָלֵא
a. full, i. e. filled up (as opposed to empty): of hollow vessels, Matthew 14:20; Matthew 15:37; Mark 6:43 (R G L); with a genitive of the thing, Mark 8:19; of a surface, covered in every part: λέπρας, Luke 5:12; of the soul, thoroughly permeated with: πνεύματος ἁγίου, Luke 4:1; Acts 6:3; Acts 7:55; Acts 11:24; πίστεως, Acts 6:5; χάριτος, Acts 6:8 (Rec. πίστεως); χάριτος καί ἀληθείας, John 1:14; δόλου, Acts 13:10 (Jeremiah 5:27); θυμοῦ, Acts 19:28; abounding in, ἔργων ἀγαθῶν, Acts 9:36.
b. full i. e. complete; lacking nothing, perfect (so the Sept. sometimes for שָׁלֵם; σελήνη πλήρης, Sir. I. 6, cf. Herodotus 6, 106): μισθός, 2 John 1:8 (Ruth 2:12); σῖτος, a full kernel of grain (one completely filling the follicle or hull containing it), Mark 4:28.<1>
From pletho; replete, or covered over; by analogy, complete -- full.
see GREEK pletho