hugiés: sound, whole, healthyOriginal Word: ὑγιής, έςPart of Speech:
sound, whole, wholesomeDefinition:
(a) sound, healthy, pure, whole, (b) wholesome.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. wordDefinition
sound, whole, healthyNASB Translation
good health (1), healed (1), normal (1), restored (1), sound (1), well (7).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5199: ὑγιήςὑγιής
, accusative ὑγιῆ
(four times in the N. T., John 5:11, 15
; John 7:23
; Titus 2:8
; for which ὑγια
is more common in Attic (cf. Meisterhans
, p. 66)), from Homer
: properly (A. V. whole
), of a man who is sound in body, Matthew 15:31
only in marginal reading, but Tr
brackets in marginal reading); Acts 4:10
, John 5:4
), 6, 9, 14; ποιεῖν τινα ὑγιῆ
, others), to make one whole
i. e. restore him to health, John 5:11, 15
; John 7:23
; ὑγιής ἀπό
and thus free from etc. (see ἀπό
, I. 3 d.), Mark 5:34
; of the members of the body, Matthew 12:13
; Mark 3:5 Rec.
; Luke 6:10 Rec.
; metaphorically, λόγος ὑγιής
(A. V. sound speech
) i. e. teaching which does not deviate from the truth (see ὑγιαίνω
), Titus 2:8
(in the Greek writings, often equivalent to wholesome, fit, wise
, II. 8, 524; λόγος οὐκ ὑγιής
1, 8; see other examples in Passow
, under the word, 2; (Liddell and Scott, under the word, II. 2 and 3)).<1>
From the base of auzano; healthy, i.e. Well (in body); figuratively, true (in doctrine) -- sound, whole.
see GREEK auzano