hieroprepés: reverentOriginal Word: ἱεροπρεπής, έςPart of Speech:
suitable to a sacred character, reverentDefinition:
suitable to a sacred character, reverent.
2412 hieroprepḗss (from hieron, "a sacred place, a temple," and 4241 /prépō, "fitting") –"befitting men, places, actions, or things sacred to God, reverent" (K. Wuest); "suited to a sacred character, reverend" (Abbott-Smith).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 2412a: ἱερόθυτοςἱερόθυτος
, cf. εἰδωλόθυτος
), sacrificed, offered in sacrifice,
to the gods; as in Plutarch
, symp. 8, 8, 3 at the beginning, used of the flesh of animals offered in sacrifice
: 1 Corinthians 10:28 L
text T Tr WH
. On the use of the word in Greek writings cf. Lob. ad Phryn.
, p. 159.<1>
STRONGS NT 2412: ἱεροπρεπήςἱεροπρεπής, ἱεροπρεπες (from ἱερός, and πρέπει it is becoming), befitting men, places, actions or things sacred to God; reverent: Titus 2:3. (4 Macc. 9:25; 11:19; Plato, Philo, Josephus, Lucian, others) (Cf. Trench, § 92, under the end.)<1> 1>
From hieros and the same as prepo; reverent -- as becometh holiness.
see GREEK hieros
see GREEK prepo