aneu: without (preposition)Original Word: ἄνευPart of Speech:
without, without the cooperation or knowledge ofDefinition:
without, without the cooperation (or knowledge) of.
427 áneu – properly, "without, i.e. without one's will or intervention (used with this meaning from Homer on" (J. Thayer).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
perhaps akin to alpha
(as a neg. prefix)Definition
without (preposition)NASB Translation
apart (1), without (2).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 427: ἄνευἄνευ
, preposition with the genitive, without
: 1 Peter 3:16
4:9. with the genitive of the person without one's will or intervention
(often so in Greek writings from Homer
down): Matthew 10:29
. (Compared with χωρίς
, see Tittm. i., p. 93f; Ellicott on Ephesians 2:12
, Critical Notes, etc. (on Romans 3:28
A primary particle; without -- without. Compare a.
see GREEK a