Greek Word of the Day

πρωΐ

πρωΐ means “early (in the morning)” (adverb).

“Very πρωΐ, on the first day of the week, they came to the tomb” (Mark 16:2).

Adverb: πρωί (prōi), GK G4745 (S G4404), 12x. Because prōi can designate any time covered in the fourth watch (from 3:00 to 6:00 a.m.), sometimes it refers to very early in the morning, for which we have the phrase “the crack of dawn” (Mk. 13:35; 15:1; 16:2; Jn. 18:28).

πρό

πρό means “before” (preposition-gen).

“Your Father knows what you need πρό you ask him” (Matt 6:8).

πρίν

πρίν means “before” (adverb).

“This very night, πρίν the rooster crows, you will deny me three times” (Matt 26:34).

πότε

πότε means “when” (adverb).

“Lord, πότε did we see you hungry and feed you?” (Matt 25:37).

ποτέ

ποτέ means “at some time” (particle).

“I was ποτέ alive apart from the law” (Rom 7:9).

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