ethnikós: as a GentileOriginal Word: ἐθνικῶςPart of Speech:
in the manner of GentilesDefinition:
in the manner of Gentiles, like the rest of the world.
Cognate: 1483 ethnikṓs(from 1482 /ethnikós, "a Gentile," a non-Israelite) – to live as a non-Israelite, i.e. as a Gentile; someone who fails short of being a full member of the Jewish nation because unwilling to live under the ceremonial rules of Judaism. See 1484 (ethnos).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
adverb from ethnikosDefinition
as a GentileNASB Translation
like the Gentiles (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1483: ἐθνικῶςἐθνικῶς
, adverb (see ἐθνικός
), like the Gentiles
: Galatians 2:14
s Grammar, 463 (431). Apollonius Dyscolus
, p. 190, 5; (Diogenes Laërtius
after the manner of Gentiles.
Adverb from ethnikos; as a Gentile -- after the manner of Gentiles.
see GREEK ethnikos