1451

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1451 ἐγγύς eggus eng-goos’

from a primary verb agcho (to squeeze or throttle; akin to the base of 43); adv; TDNT-2:330,194; {See TDNT 205 } Adverb

AV-nigh 13, at hand 6, nigh at hand 4, near 4, from 1, nigh unto 1, ready 1; 30

1) near, of place and position
1a) near {#Lu 19:11 Joh 3:23 6:19,23 11:18,54 19:20 Ac 1:12 }
1b) those who are near access to God,
1b1) i.e. Jews, and those who are alien from the true God and the blessings of the theocracy, i.e. Gentiles {#Eph 2:17 Isa 57:19 }
1b2) To be brought near to the blessings of the kingdom of God. {#Eph 2:17 } (The Rabbis used the term "to make nigh" as equivalent to to make a proselyte)
2) of time
2a) of times imminent and soon to come pass {#Mt 24:32 26:18 Mr 13:28 Lu 21:30,31 Joh 2:13 6:4 7:2 11:55 Re 1:3 22:19 }
2a1) of the near advent of persons, of Christ’s return from heaven, {#Php 4:5 }
2a2) at the door {#Mt 24:33 Mr 13:29 }
2a3) near to being cursed {#Heb 6:8 }
2a4) soon to vanish {#Heb 8:13 }

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