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Clothe
Clothed
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Clothe; Clothed
Clothe; Clothed [Heb. lāḇēš, lāḇaš, kāsâ (1 Ch. 21:16; Isa. 37:2), krbl (1 Ch. 15:27), qāḏar (Ezk. 31:15), idiomatic use of the prepositions min (Nah. 2:3) and Ôal (Job 37:22); Gk. endýō, peribállō, amphiénnymi, enkombóomai (1 Pet. 5:5), ependýomai (2 Cor. 5:2, 4)]; AV also WRAP, ARRAY;
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CLOTHED, UPON
CLOTHED, UPON<klothd>, ([ἐπενδύω, ependuo], “to put on over” another garment): Used only in 2 Corinthians 5:2, 4. In 5:4 in contrast with unclothed, compare 1 Corinthians 15:53 f, in which the idea of putting on, as a garment, is expressed of incorruption and immortality. The meaning here
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Clothed, Upon
CLOTHED, klōthd, UPON (ἐπενδύω, ependúō, “to put on over” another garment): Used only in 2 Cor 5:2, 4. In ver 4 in contrast with unclothed, cf 1 Cor 15:53 f, in which the idea of putting on, as a garment, is expressed of incorruption and immortality. The meaning here is very subtle and difficult
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
CLOTHE ONESELF, TO
CLOTHE ONESELF, TO [לָבַשׁ lavash; ἐνδύω endyō]. Clothing’s function as an object of societal symbolism allows it to serve as a symbol of life itself. Garments indicate gender, membership in a community or profession, and as a metaphor encompassing both proper and improper behavior. For instance, the
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