horama: that which is seenOriginal Word: ὅραμα, ατος, τόPart of Speech:
a spectacle, visionDefinition:
a spectacle, vision, that which is seen.
Cognate: 3705 hórama (a neuter noun derived from 3708 /horáō, "to see, spiritual and mentally") – a vision (spiritual seeing), focusing on the impact it has on the one beholding the vision (spiritual seeing). See 3708 (horaō).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
that which is seenNASB Translation
sight (1), vision (11).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3705: ὅραμαὅραμα
), that which is seen, a sight, spectacle
: Acts 7:31
; Matthew 17:9
; a sight divinely granted in an ecstasy or in sleep, a vision, Acts 10:17, 19
; δἰ ὁράματος
, Acts 18:9
; ἐν ὁράματι
, Acts 9:10, 12
); ; ὅραμα βλέπειν, Acts 12:9; ἰδεῖν, Acts 11:5; Acts 16:10. (Xenophon, Aristotle, Plato, Aelian v. h. 2, 3 (others, εἰκών); the Sept. several times for מַרְאֶה, חָזון, Chaldean חֶזְוַא etc.; see ὀπτασία.)<1>
From horao; something gazed at, i.e. A spectacle (especially supernatural) -- sight, vision.
see GREEK horao