kalopoieó: to do wellOriginal Word: καλοποιέωPart of Speech:
I act uprightlyDefinition:
I do well, act honorably, do what is right.
2569 kalopoiéō (from 2570 /kalós, "winsomely good" and 4160 /poiéō, "do, make") – properly, doing good that inspires others to rise up and also do what is noble (admirable), i.e provoking others to "act with holy affections." 2569 /kalopoiéō ("doing good that inspires") can only happen through faith ("God's inworked persuasion"). This tern only occurs in 2 Thes 3:13.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to do wellNASB Translation
doing good (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 2569: καλοποιέωκαλοποιέω
; (equivalent to καλῶς ποιῶ
, cf. Lob. ad Phryn.
, p. 199f (Winer
s Grammar, 25)); to do well, act uprightly
: 2 Thessalonians 3:13
. (Etym. Magn.
189, 24; (Leviticus 5:4 Ald.
(as quoted in) Philo
de somn. l. ii. § 44).)<1>
From kalos and poieo; to do well, i.e. Live virtuously -- well doing.
see GREEK kalos
see GREEK poieo