plané: a wanderingOriginal Word: πλάνη, ης, ἡPart of Speech:
a wandering, errorDefinition:
a wandering; fig: deceit, delusion, error, sin.
Cognate: 4106 plánē (a feminine noun derived from 4105 /planáō) – deviant behavior; a departure from what God says is true; an error (deception) which results in wandering (roaming into sin). See 4105 (planaō).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
fem. of planosDefinition
a wanderingNASB Translation
deceitful (1), deception (1), deluding (1), error (7).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 4106: πλάνηπλάνη
, a wandering, a straying about,
whereby one, led astray from the right way, roams hither and thither (Aeschylus
, others). In the N. T. metaphorically, mental straying, i. e. error, wrong opinion
relative to morals or religion: Ephesians 4:14
; 1 Thessalonians 2:3
; 2 Thessalonians 2:11
; 2 Peter 2:18
; 2 Peter 3:17
; 1 John 4:6
; Jude 1:11
(on which (cf. Winer
s Grammar, 189 (177) and) see ἐκχέω
, b. at the end); error which shows itself in action, a wrong mode of acting
: Romans 1:27
; πλάνη ὁδοῦ τίνος
(R. V. error of one's way
i. e.) the wrong manner of life which one follows, James 5:20
, Wis. 1:12); as sometimes the Latin error, equivalent to that which leads into error, deceit, fraud
: Matthew 27:64
Feminine of planos (as abstractly); objectively, fraudulence; subjectively, a straying from orthodoxy or piety -- deceit, to deceive, delusion, error.
see GREEK planos