ekbasis: an exit, outcomeOriginal Word: ἔκβασις, εως, ἡPart of Speech:
a way out, escape, resultDefinition:
(a) a way out, escape, (b) result, issue.
1545 ékbasis (from 1537 /ek, "out from and to" and bainō, "move forward, march") – properly, moving out from and to the outcome (new destination); departure; (figuratively) "the (successful) way out" which also goes on to what is new (desirable), i.e. the Lord's outcome (1 Cor 10:13; Heb 13:7).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
an exit, outcomeNASB Translation
result (1), way of escape (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1545: ἔκβασιςἔκβασις
1. an egress, way out (Homer, et al.): applied figuratively to the way of escape from temptation into which one εἰσέρχεται or εἰσφέρεται (see these words), 1 Corinthians 10:13.
2. in a sense foreign to secular authors, the issue ((cf. its objective sense e. g. Epictetus diss. 2, 7, 9)) equivalent to end: used of the end of life, Wis. 2:17; ἔκβασις τῆς ἀναστροφῆς τινων, in Hebrews 13:7, is not merely the end of their physical life, but the manner in which they closed a well-spent life as exhibited by their spirit in dying; cf. Delitzsch, at the passage.<1>
end, way to escape.
From a compound of ek and the base of basis (meaning to go out); an exit (literally or figuratively) -- end, way to escape.
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