1721. emphutos
Strong's Concordance
emphutos: innate, implanted
Original Word: ἔμφυτος, ον
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: emphutos
Phonetic Spelling: (em'-foo-tos)
Definition: innate, implanted
Usage: inborn, ingrown, congenital, natural, rooted, implanted.
HELPS Word-studies

1721 émphytos (from 1722 /en, "in" and 5453 /phýō, "germinate, grow, spring up") – properly, implant, bring into living union like with a successfully engrafted shoot; (figuratively) what is "planted" and hence "inborn, congenital, natural" (Souter), i.e. placed in ("established") which enables something to develop (used only in Js 1:21).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from emphuó (to implant)
innate, implanted
NASB Translation
implanted (1).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 1721: ἔμφυτος

ἔμφυτος (see ἐν, III. 3), ἔμφυτον (ἐμφύω to implant), in secular authors (from Herodotus down) inborn, implanted by nature; cf. Grimm, Exeget. Hdb. on Sap. (xii. 10), p. 224; implanted by others' instruction: thus James 1:21 τόν ἔμφυτον λόγον, the doctrine implanted by your teachers (others by God; cf. Brückner in DeWette, or Huther at the passage), δέξασθε ἐν πραΰτητι, receive like mellow soil, as it were.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
engrafted, implanted

From en and a derivative of phuo; implanted (figuratively) -- engrafted.

see GREEK en

see GREEK phuo

Forms and Transliterations
εμφυτον έμφυτον ἔμφυτον emphuton emphyton émphyton
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Englishman's Concordance
James 1:21 Adj-AMS
GRK: δέξασθε τὸν ἔμφυτον λόγον τὸν
NAS: the word implanted, which is able
KJV: meekness the engrafted word,
INT: accept the implanted word which [is]

Strong's Greek 1721
1 Occurrence

ἔμφυτον — 1 Occ.

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