290. ampelón
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ampelón: a vineyard
Original Word: ἀμπελών, ῶνος, ὁ
Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine
Transliteration: ampelón
Phonetic Spelling: (am-pel-ohn')
Short Definition: a vineyard
Definition: a vineyard.

HELPS word-Studies

290 ampelṓn – properly, a vineyard; (figuratively) the religious, spiritual life of OT Israel – and by extension the body of Christ, consummating (not replacing) believing Israel as the one, covenant people of God (Mk 12:9; Lk 20:16).

M. Vincent, "The vine was a symbol of the ancient Church (ekklēsia) in the OT. See Hos 10:1; Mt 21:33,34; Lk 13:6" (WS, 489).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from ampelos
a vineyard
NASB Translation
vineyard (23).

STRONGS NT 290: ἀμπελών

ἀμπελών, (ῶνος, , a vineyard: Matthew 20:1ff; 21:28,(33),39ff; Mark 12:1ff; Luke (); ff; 1 Corinthians 9:7. (the Sept.; Diodorus 4, 6; Plutarch, pro nobilit. c. 3.)


From ampelos; a vineyard -- vineyard.

see GREEK ampelos

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