Greek Word of the Day

πάλιν

πάλιν means “again” (adverb).

“Stand firm, and do not be subject πάλιν to a yoke of slavery” (Gal 5:1).

οὔπω

οὔπω means “not yet” (adverb).

“Why are you so fearful? Have you οὔπω no faith?” (Mark 4:40).

οὐκέτι

οὐκέτι means “no longer” (adverb)

“They are οὐκέτι two, but one flesh” (Matt 19:6).

ὅτε

ὅτε means “when” (particle).

“ὅτε Jesus was twelve, they went up to the feast” (Luke 2:42).

ὅταν

ὅταν means “whenever” (particle).

“ὅταν you pray, go into your room, shut your door, and pray to your Father who is in secret” (Matt 6:6).

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