Strong's Concordance tekmérion: a sure sign Original Word: τεκμήριον, ου, τόPart of Speech: Noun, Neuter Transliteration: tekmérion Phonetic Spelling: (tek-may'-ree-on) Short Definition: a sign, certain proof Definition: a sign, certain proof. HELPS Word-studies
NAS Exhaustive Concordance Word Originfrom a prim. word tekmar (a mark, sign) Definition a sure sign NASB Translation convincing proofs (1). Thayer's Greek Lexicon STRONGS NT 5039: τεκμήριοντεκμήριον, τεκμηριου, τό (from τεκμαίρω to show or prove by sure signs; from τέκμαρ a sign), from Aeschylus and Herodotus down, that from which something is surely and plainly known; an indubitable evidence, a proof (Hesychius τεκμήριον. σημεῖον ἀληθές): Acts 1:3 (Wis. 5:11; 3Macc. 3:24). Strong's Exhaustive Concordance infallible proof. Neuter of a presumed derivative of tekmar (a goal or fixed limit); a token (as defining a fact), i.e. Criterion of certainty -- infallible proof. Forms and Transliterations τεκμηριοις τεκμηρίοις tekmeriois tekmeríois tekmēriois tekmēríoisLinks Interlinear Greek • Interlinear Hebrew • Strong's Numbers • Englishman's Greek Concordance • Englishman's Hebrew Concordance • Parallel TextsEnglishman's Concordance Strong's Greek 50391 Occurrence τεκμηρίοις — 1 Occ. Acts 1:3 N-DNPGRK: ἐν πολλοῖς τεκμηρίοις δι' ἡμερῶνNAS: by many convincing proofs, appearing KJV: many infallible proofs, being seen INT: with many proofs during days |