epistémón: knowing, skilledOriginal Word: ἐπιστήμων, ονPart of Speech:
skillful, experienced, knowing.
Cognate: 1990 epistḗmōn (an adjective) – thoroughly knowledgeable from gaining understanding over long-term, personal acquaintance (it is only used in Js 3:13). It emphasizes understanding that results from building on previous knowledge, which supports the next stage of understanding (note epi, "upon"). See 1987 (epístamai).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
knowing, skilledNASB Translation
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1990: ἐπιστήμωνἐπιστήμων
, genitive ἐπιστημονος
), intelligent, experienced
(especially one having the knowledge of an expert; cf. Schmidt
, chapter 13 §§ 10, 13): James 3:13
. (From Homer
down; the Sept.
endued with knowledge.
From epistamai; intelligent -- endued with knowledge.
see GREEK epistamai