3134. marana tha
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marana tha: (our) Lord, come!
Original Word: μαρὰν ἀθά
Part of Speech: Aramaic Transliterated Word (Indeclinable)
Transliteration: marana tha
Phonetic Spelling: (mar'-an ath'-ah)
Short Definition: our Lord cometh
Definition: (Aramaic), either: Our Lord hath come, or: Our Lord cometh (will come, is at hand).

HELPS word-Studies

3134 marán athá (marán athá) – "Maranatha," an Aramaic term derived from two roots which literally mean, "Our Lord has come" (perfect tense in Aramaic, emphasizing the lingering results involved).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
transliterated Aramaic phrase
(our) Lord, come!
NASB Translation
Maranatha (1).

STRONGS NT 3134: μαραναθα

μαραναθα (so Lachmann, but μαρὰν ἀθα R G T Tr WH), the Chaldean words אֲתָה מָרָנָא, i. e. our Lord cometh or will come: 1 Corinthians 16:22. (BB. DD.; cf. Klostermann, Probleme etc. (1883), p. 220ff; Kautzsch, Gr., pp. 12, 174; Nestle in Theol. Stud. aus Würtem. 1884, p. 186ff.)


Of Chaldee origin (meaning our Lord has come); maranatha, i.e. An exclamation of the approaching divine judgment -- Maran-atha.

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