endoxos: held in honor, gloriousOriginal Word: ἔνδοξος, ονPart of Speech:
highly esteemed, splendid, gloriousDefinition:
highly esteemed, splendid, glorious.
1741 éndoksos(from the prefix, 1722 /en, "engaged in," which intensifies 1391 /dóksa ("glory, inherent worth") – properly, "in glory," expressing the dignity (exalted status) of something and viewed "in a state of high honor and repute" (A-S).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
held in honor, gloriousNASB Translation
in all...glory (1), distinguished (1), glorious things (1), splendidly (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1741: ἔνδοξοςἔνδοξος
), held in good
or in great esteem, of high repute
a. illustrious, honorable, esteemed (Xenophon, Plato, and following): 1 Corinthians 4:10 (thus in the Sept. for נִכְבָּד, 1 Samuel 9:6; 1 Samuel 22:14; Isaiah 23:8, etc.; Sir. 11:6 Sir. 44:1, etc.).
b. notable, glorious: τά ἔνδοξα, wonderful deeds (A. V. glorious things), Luke 13:17; (for נִפְלָאות, Exodus 34:10).
c. splendid: of clothing (A. V. gorgeous), Luke 7:25; figuratively equivalent to free from sin, Ephesians 5:27.<1>
glorious, gorgeous, honorable.
From en and doxa; in glory, i.e. Splendid, (figuratively) noble -- glorious, gorgeous(-ly), honourable.
see GREEK en
see GREEK doxa