992. bléteos
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bléteos: (that which) one must put
Original Word: βλητέος, α, ον
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: bléteos
Phonetic Spelling: (blay-teh'-os)
Short Definition: that ought to be put
Definition: a verbal adj: one must put, that ought to be put.

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from balló
(that which) one must put
NASB Translation
must be put (1).

STRONGS NT 992: βλητέος

βλητέος, βλητεα, βλητέον (βάλλω), which must be thrown or put (see βάλλω, 2); found only in neuter: Mark 2:22 (WH T omit; Tr brackets); Luke 5:38 βλητέον ἐστι followed by the accusative τόν οἶνον, cf. Matth. § 447, 3 a.; (Buttmann, 190 (165)). (Besides only in Basil, i., p. 137 c., Benedict edition.)

must be put.

From ballo; fit to be cast (i.e. Applied) -- must be put.

see GREEK ballo

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