2128. eulogétos
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eulogétos: well spoken of, i.e. blessed
Original Word: εὐλογητός, ή, όν
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: eulogétos
Phonetic Spelling: (yoo-log-ay-tos')
Short Definition: worthy of praise, blessed
Definition: (used only of God), blessed (as entitled to receive blessing from man), worthy of praise.

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Cognate: 2128 eulogētós (the root of the English terms, "eulogize, eulogy," see 2127 /eulogéō) – properly, "speak well of"; to celebrate by praising.

2128 /eulogētós ("blessed") is only used of God the Father and Christ (God the Son), showing the Godhead is worthy of all our commitment. Indeed, only God is inherently praiseworthy, deserving every "good acknowledgment"!

[The suffix (-tos) shows that the focus of 2128 (eulogētós) is on the intrinsic make-up of the person who is eulogized.]

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from eulogeó
well spoken of, i.e. blessed
NASB Translation
blessed (8).

STRONGS NT 2128: εὐλογητός

εὐλογητός, εὐλογητόν (εὐλογέω), the Sept. for בָּרוּך, a Biblical and ecclesiastical word; blessed, praised, Vulg.benedictus: applied to God, Luke 1:68; Romans 1:25; Romans 9:5 (on its position here cf. Winer's Grammar, 551 (512f); Psalm 67:20 (); Genesis 27:29; Psalms of Solomon 8:40, 41; also 1 Kings 10:9; 2 Chronicles 9:8; Job 1:21; Psalm 112:2 (); Ruth 2:19; Daniel 2:20, and especially the elaborate discussion of Romans, the passage cited by Professors Dwight and Abbot in the Journal of the Society for Biblical Literature, etc. i., pp. 22-55, 87-154 (1882)); 2 Corinthians 1:3; 2 Corinthians 11:31; Ephesians 1:3; 1 Peter 1:3; cf. Buttmann, § 129, 22 Rem. (contra, Winer's Grammar, 586 (545); Meyer on Galatians 1:5); absolutely εὐλογητός, of God: Mark 14:61. (The distinction between εὐλογητός and εὐλογημένος is thus stated by Philo (de migr. Abr. § 19, 1:453 Mang.): εὐλογητός, οὐ μόνον εὐλογημένος ... τό μέν γάρ τῷ πεφυκεναι, τό δέ τῷ νομίζεσθαι λέγεται μόνον ... τῷ πεφυκεναι εὐλογίας ἄξιον ... ὅπερ εὐλογητόν ἐν τοῖς χρησμοις ά᾿δεται. Cf. Genesis 14:19, 20; 1 Samuel 25:32, 33; Tobit 11:16, the Sinaiticus manuscript; contra, Judith 13:18. Αὐλογητός is applied to men in Genesis 24:31; Genesis 26:29; Deuteronomy 7:14; Judges 17:2; 1 Samuel 15:13; Ruth 2:20; Judith and Tobit as above etc. See Prof. Abbot's careful exposition as above, p. 152f.)


From eulogeo; adorable -- blessed.

see GREEK eulogeo

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