Lexicon toigaroun: wherefore then, so therefore Original Word: τοιγαροῦνPart of Speech: Particle, Disjunctive Particle Transliteration: toigaroun Phonetic Spelling: (toy-gar-oon') Short Definition: consequently, therefore Definition: consequently, therefore, well then, so then. HELPS word-Studies **5105** *toigaroún* (from 5104 */toí*, "indeed"; 1063 */gár*, "for"; and 3767 */oún*, "therefore") – properly, *for-indeed-therefore*, i.e. "*for that very reason therefore*." 5105 (*toigaroún*) is an emphatic way to introduce "what *must follow*" – in *light* of *what precedes*. That is, extending the same *idea* which precedes (as the *basis*).
NAS Exhaustive Concordance Word Originfrom toi, gar and ounDefinitionwherefore then, so therefore NASB Translationso (1), therefore (1).
Thayer's STRONGS NT 5105: τοιγαροῦντοιγαροῦν (from the enclitic τοι or τῷ, γάρ, and οὖν, German doch denn nun; cf. Delitzsch on Hebrews 12:1; (Ellicott on 1 Thessalonians 4:8)), a particle introducing a conclusion with some special emphasis or formality, and generally occupying the first place in the sentence, wherefore then,for which reason, therefore, consequently: 1 Thessalonians 4:8; Hebrews 12:1 (for עַל־כֵּן, Job 22:10; Job 24:22; 4 Macc. 1:34; 6:28 variant; ; Sophocles, Xenophon, Plato, and following); cf. Klotz ad Devar. ii. 2, p. 738.
Strong's consequently, therefore From toi and gar and oun; truly for then, i.e. Consequently -- there-(where-)fore. see GREEK toi see GREEK gar see GREEK oun |