cheirographon: a (handwritten) document, legal note, bondOriginal Word: χειρόγραφον, ου, τόPart of Speech:
a handwriting, bondDefinition:
a handwriting, bond.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a (handwritten) document, legal note, bondNASB Translation
certificate of debt (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5498: χειρόγραφονχειρόγραφον
), a handwriting; what one has written with his own hand
30, 8, 4; Dionysius Halicarnassus
5, 8; others); specifically, a note of hand, or writing in which one acknowledges that money has either been deposited with him or lent to him by another, to he returned at an appointed time (Tobit 5:3 Tobit 9:5; Plutarch
, mor., p. 829 a. de vitand. aere al. 4, 3; Artemidorus
Daldianus, oneir. 3, 40); metaphorically, applied in Colossians 2:14
((where R. V. bond
)) to the Mosaic law, which shews men to be chargeable with offences for which they must pay the penalty.<1>
manuscript, record of debts
Neuter of a compound of cheir and grapho; something hand-written ("chirograph"), i.e. A manuscript (specially, a legal document or bond (figuratively)) -- handwriting.
see GREEK cheir
see GREEK grapho