116. edayin
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edayin: then, thereupon
Part of Speech: Adverb
Transliteration: edayin
Phonetic Spelling: (ed-ah'-yin)
Short Definition: then

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) of uncertain derivation
then, thereupon
NASB Translation
then (57).

אֱדַ֫יִן57 adverb then, thereupon (so Egyptian Aramaic S-CPap. H 1, J 1), not ᵑ7: the usually Aramaic forms are הֵידֵין , Mandean האידין (NöM 207); from [אֱדַי] = Biblical Hebrew אֲזַי (see אָז) + determ. affix n (as in דִּכֵּן, תַּמָּן; in Sabean = post-positive article; HomChr. § 57: compare WCG 115), NöGGA 1884, 1020: אֲזַי, [אֱדַי], probably from same demonstrative √ as זֶה, דָּא, דִּי, etc., , , lo well then, in that case, Ethiopic : when? : now (DiLex. 197, 1072), Syriac (enclitic) but); — then, thereupon, Daniel 2:15,17,19,25,48; Daniel 3:24 +, Ezra 4:9; Ezra 4:23; Ezra 5:4; Ezra 5:9 + (always, except Ezra 5:5, at beginning of sentence, introducing new stage of narrative with some emphasis); so with בְּ, בֵּאדַיִן (3 t. Ezra, 26 t. Daniel) Daniel 2:14,35,46; Daniel 3:3,13,19,21 (twice in verse); Daniel 3:26, etc., Ezra 4:24; Ezra 5:2; Ezra 6:1; מִןאֱֿדַיִן from that time Ezra 5:16.

now, that time, then

(Aramaic) of uncertain derivation; then (of time) -- now, that time, then.

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