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Freely
Frankly • Gratis
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Frankly
Frankly Occurs once in the AV in the archaic sense of “freely,” “graciously,” as a partial translation of Gk. charízomai, “forgive” (Lk. 7:42, NEB “let off,” NIV “cancel the debt”).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FREELY
FREELY<fre’-li> ([חִנָּם‎, chinnam], [נְדָבָה‎, nedhabhah]; [δωρεάν, dorean] [παῤῥησιάζομαι, parrhesiazomai): “Freely” occurs in three senses:1. Gratis, for nothing (Nu 11:5, chinnam, “for nought,” “the fish which we did eat in Egypt freely,” the Revised Version (British and American) “for
FRANKLY
FRANKLY<frank’-li> ([χαρίζομαι, charizomai]): “Frankly” in the sense of “freely,” “readily,” “graciously,” occurs only in the translation of charizomai, properly “to gratify,” “to do that which is grateful or pleasing,” “to forgive” (Lk 7:42, “He frankly forgave them both,” the Revised
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Freely
FREELY, frēʹli (חִנָּם‎, ḥinnām, נְדָבָה‎, nedhābhāh; δωρεάν, dōreán, παῤῥησιάζομαι, parrhēsiázomai): “Freely” occurs in three senses:(1) Gratis, for nothing (Nu 11:5, ḥinnām, “for nought,” “the fish which we did eat in Egypt freely,” RV “for nought”); Mt 10:8, dōrean, “Freely ye have received,
Frankly
FRANKLY, fraṇkʹli (χαρίζομαι, charízomai): “Frankly” in the sense of “freely,” “readily,” “graciously,” occurs only in the tr of charizomai, properly “to gratify,” “to do that which is grateful or pleasing,” “to forgive” (Lk 7:42, “He frankly forgave them both,” RV has simply “forgave”; the same word