emos: myOriginal Word: ἐμός, ή, όνPart of Speech:
1699 emós (from 1700 /emoú, "my, mine") – an emphatic "possessive pronoun for the first person ('mine')" (J. Thayer), "representing the emphasized genitive (emou, 'mine,' Abbott-Smith).
[See also the unemphatic form 3450 /moú ("mine, my").]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from the oblique cases of egó
, first pers. poss. pronounDefinition
mine (14), own (11).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1699: ἐμόςἐμός
), possessive pronoun of the first person, mine
a. that which I have; what I possess: John 4:34; John 13:35; ( ἡ χαρά ἡ ἐμή (see μένω, I. 1 b. ἆ.)); John 18:36; Romans 10:1; Philemon 1:12, and often; τῇ ἐμή χειρί, with my own hand (B. 117 (102) note), 1 Corinthians 16:21; Galatians 6:11; Colossians 4:18; as a predicate, John 7:16; John 14:24; John 16:15; substantively, τό ἐμόν that which is mine, mine own, especially my money, Matthew 25:27; divine truth, in the knowledge of which I excel, John 16:15; universally, in plural τά ἐμά my goods, Matthew 20:15; Luke 15:31.
b. proceeding from me: οἱ ἐμοί λόγοι, Mark 8:38; Luke 9:26 (here Tr marginal reading brackets λόγοι); ὁ λόγος ὁ ἐμός, John 8:37; ἡ ἐντολή ἡ ἐμή, John 15:12; ἡ ἐμή διδαχή, John 7:16, and in other examples c. pertaining or relating to me; α. appointed for me: ὁ καιρός ὁ ἐμός, John 7:6. β. equivalent to a genitive of the object: ἡ ἐμή ἀνάμνησις, Luke 22:19; 1 Corinthians 11:24; examples from Greek writings are given by Winers Grammar, § 22, 7; (Kühner, § 454, Anm. 11; Krüger, § 47, 7, 8). γ. ἐστιν ἐμόν it is mine, equivalent to, it rests with me: Matthew 20:23; Mark 10:40. In connecting the article with this pronoun the N. T. writings do not deviate from Attic usage; cf. Buttmann, § 124, 6.
of me, mine own, my.
From the oblique cases of ego (emoi, emou, eme); my -- of me, mine (own), my.
see GREEK ego
see GREEK emoi
see GREEK emou
see GREEK eme