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1) to take into one's arms, embrace
Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)
and a derivative of G0043
; to take in
, that is, embrace
:take up in arms.
Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)
- enagkalizomai; from 1722 and α᾿γκαλι´ζομαι agkalizomai (to embrace); from 43; to take into one’s arms, to embrace:
- NASB - taking...in his arms(1), took...in his arms(1).
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AV - take in (one's) arms 1, take up in (one's) arms 1; 2
- Mark 9:36; 10:16.
- Mark 9:36.
- Mark 10:16.
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