phronéma: the thought (that which is in the mind)Original Word: φρόνημα, ατος, τόPart of Speech:
thought, purpose, aspirations.
Cognate: 5427 phrónēma (a neuter noun) – properly visceral opinion (the innermost, personal level of opinion); inner perspective as it determines (regulating) outward behavior, especially as it bears on the outward results (i.e. of exercising personal insight). Note the suffix, -ma, pointing to the result of the verbal idea. See 5429 (phronimos).
5427 /phrónēma ("the results of gut-insight") connects how the individual processes opinion-making to how they act.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
the thought (that which is in the mind)NASB Translation
mind (1), mind set (3).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5427: φρόνημαφρόνημα
, which see), what one has in mind, the thoughts and purposes
(A. V. mind
): Romans 8:6f, 27
. (Hesychius φρόνημα
. In various other senses also from Aeschylus
be, be carnally, be spiritually minded.
From phroneo; (mental) inclination or purpose -- (be, + be carnally, + be spiritually) mind(-ed).
see GREEK phroneo