aurion: tomorrowOriginal Word: αὔριονPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
adverb of uncertain originDefinition
next day (3), tomorrow (11).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 839: αὔριοναὔριον
, adverb (from ἀυρο
the morning air, and this from αὔω
to breathe, blow; (according to others akin to ἠώς
, § 613, cf. Vanicek
, p. 944)), tomorrow
): Matthew 6:30
; Luke 12:28
; Acts 23:15 Rec.
, ; ; 1 Corinthians 15:32 (from Isaiah 22:13); σήμερον καί αὔριον, Luke 13:32; James 4:13 (Rec.st G, others σήμερον ἤ αὔριον). ἡ αὔριον namely, ἡμέρα (Winers Grammar, § 64, 5; Buttmann, § 123, 8) the morrow, Matthew 6:34; Acts 4:3; ἐπί τήν αὔριον, on the morrow, i. e. the next morning, Luke 10:35; Acts 4:5; τό (L τά; WH omits) τῆς αὔριον, what the morrow will bring forth, James 4:14. (From Homer down.)<1>
tomorrow, next day.
From a derivative of the same as aer (meaning a breeze, i.e. The morning air); properly, fresh, i.e. (adverb with ellipsis of hemera) to-morrow -- (to-)morrow, next day.
see GREEK aer
see GREEK hemera