3108. makarismos
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makarismos: a declaration of blessedness
Original Word: μακαρισμός, οῦ, ὁ
Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine
Transliteration: makarismos
Phonetic Spelling: (mak-ar-is-mos')
Short Definition: regarding as happy, blessed, or enviable
Definition: regarding as happy, blessed, or enviable.

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Cognate: 3108 makarismós (a noun) – blessedness, i.e. the condition (state, declaration) of receiving eternal benefits from God (i.e. that are lasting, with eternal advantage; the Greek root literally means "long, extended.") See 3107 (makarios).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from makarizó
a declaration of blessedness
NASB Translation
blessing (2), sense of blessing (1).

STRONGS NT 3108: μακαρισμός

μακαρισμός, μακαρισμου, (μακαρίζω), declaration of blessedness: Romans 4:9; Galatians 4:15; λέγειν τόν μακαρισμόν τίνος, to utter a declaration of blessedness upon one, a fuller way of saying μακαρίζειν τινα, to pronounce one blessed, Romans 4:6. (Plato, rep. 9, p. 591 d.; (Aristotle, rhet. 1, 9, 34); Plutarch, mor., p. 471 c.; ecclesiastical writings.)


From makarizo; beatification, i.e. Attribution of good fortune -- blessedness.

see GREEK makarizo

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