Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 5565

Word info for χωρίς

Root: χωρίς
Strongs Number: 5565
Transliteration: [choris]
Phonetics: kho·rece
Etymology: From 5561
Parts of Speech: adv.
Twot:
Sense: separate, apart (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:


   1 separate, apart.
      1a without any.
      1b besides.
      

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G5565

χωρὶς, Χωρὶς, χωρίς

All words for strongs number G5565 :

Word Occurance
χωρὶς 35
Χωρὶς 2
χωρίς 1

How strongs number G5565 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
apart from 19
without 12
besides 3
separate from 2
by itself 1
out of 1

Two strong number together

Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 14:21 Beside women and children [χωρις γυναικων και παιδιων]
Perhaps on this occasion there were not so many as usual because of the rush of the crowd around the head of the lake. Matthew adds this item and does not mean that the women and children were not fed, but simply that “the eaters” (οι εστιοντες — hoi esthiontes) included five thousand men (ανδρες — andres) besides the women and children. [source]
Luke 6:49 Without a foundation [χωρις τεμελιου]
The foundation on the rock after deep digging as in Luke 6:48.It fell in (συνεπεσεν — sunepesen). Second aorist active of συνπιπτω — sunpiptō to fall together, to collapse. An old verb from Homer on, but only here in the N.T.The ruin The crash like a giant oak in the forest resounded far and wide. An old word for a rent or fracture as in medicine for laceration of a wound. Only here in the N.T. [source]
Romans 3:21 But now apart from the law [νυνι δε χωρις νομου]
He now (νυνι — nuni emphatic logical transition) proceeds carefully in Romans 3:21-31 the nature of the God-kind of righteousness which stands manifested (δικαιοσυνη τεου πεπανερωται — dikaiosunē theou pephanerōtai perfect passive indicative of πανεροω — phaneroō to make manifest), the necessity of which he has shown in 1:18-3:20. This God kind of righteousness is “apart from law” of any kind and all of grace (χαριτι — chariti) as he will show in Romans 3:24. But it is not a new discovery on the part of Paul, but “witnessed by the law and the prophets” (μαρτυρουμενη — marturoumenē present passive participle, υπο του νομου και των προπητων — hupo tou nomou kai tōn prophētōn), made plain continuously by God himself. [source]
Romans 10:14 Without a preacher? [χωρις κηρυσσοντοσ]
Preposition χωρις — chōris with ablative singular masculine present active participle of κηρυσσω — kērussō “without one preaching.” How shall they preach? (πως κηρυχωσιν — pōs kēruxōsiṅ). Deliberative subjunctive again (first aorist active κηρυσσω — kērussō to preach). Except they be sent? Second aorist passive deliberative subjunctive of αποστελλω — apostellō to send, from which verb αποστολος — apostolos apostle comes. Negative condition of third class. In graphic style Paul has made a powerful plea for missions. It is just as true today as then. [source]
1 Corinthians 4:8 Ye have reigned without us [χωρις ημων εβασιλευσατε]
Withering sarcasm. Ye became kings without our company. Some think that Paul as in 1 Corinthians 3:21 is purposely employing Stoic phraseology though with his own meanings. If so, it is hardly consciously done. Paul was certainly familiar with much of the literature of his time, but it did not shape his ideas. [source]
2 Corinthians 11:28 Besides those things that are without [χωρις των παρεκτος]
Probably, “apart from those things beside these just mentioned.” Surely no man ever found glory in such a peck of troubles as Paul has here recounted. His list should shame us all today who are disposed to find fault with our lot. [source]
Ephesians 2:12 Separate from Christ [χωρις Χριστου]
Ablative case with adverbial preposition χωρις — chōris describing their former condition as heathen. [source]
Philippians 2:14 Without murmurings [χωρις γογγυσμων]
See note on Acts 6:1 for this late onomatopoetic word from gogguzō to mutter, to grumble. [source]
1 Timothy 2:8 Without wrath and disputing [χωρις οργης και διαλογισμου]
See note on Philemon 2:14. [source]
1 Timothy 5:21 Without prejudice [χωρις προκριματος]
Late and rare word (from προκινω — prokinō to judge beforehand), three times in the papyri, here only in N.T. “Without prejudgment.” [source]
Philemon 1:14 Without thy mind [χωρις της σης γνωμης]
Judgment, purpose (1 Corinthians 1:10; 1 Corinthians 7:25). Ablative case with χωρις — chōris (apart from). [source]
Hebrews 7:20 Without the taking of an oath [χωρις ορκωμοσιας]
As in Psalm 110:4. [source]
Hebrews 12:8 If ye are without chastening [ει χωρις εστε παιδειας]
Condition of first class, determined as fulfilled. Note position of εστε — este (are) between the preposition χωρις — chōris and παιδειας — paideias (ablative case). Have been made Perfect active indicative of γινομαι — ginomai Partakers Partners (Hebrews 3:14). Then Accordingly, correspondingly. Bastards Old word, here only in N.T. Illegitimate. [source]
James 2:18 Show me thy faith apart from thy works [δειχον μοι την πιστιν σου χωρις των εργων]
This is the reply of James to the objector. First aorist active imperative of δεικνυμι — deiknumi tense of urgency. The point lies in χωρις — chōris which means not “without,” but “apart from,” as in Hebrews 11:6 (with the ablative case), “the works that properly belong to it and should characterise it” (Hort). James challenges the objector to do this.And I by my works will shew thee my faith (καγω σοι δειχω εκ των εργων μου την πιστιν — kagō soi deixō ek tōn ergōn mou tēn pistin). It is not faith or works, but proof of real faith (live faith vs. dead faith). The mere profession of faith with no works or profession of faith shown to be alive by works. This is the alternative clearly stated. Note πιστιν — pistin (faith) in both cases. James is not here discussing “works” (ceremonial works) as a means of salvation as Paul in Gal 3; Rom 4, but works as proof of faith. [source]
James 2:26 Apart from the spirit [χωρις πνευματος]
“Apart from breath” (the breath of life). It is not easy to tell when one is dead, but the absence of a sign of breath on a glass before the mouth and nose is proof of death. Startling picture of dead faith in our churches and church members with only a name to live (Revelation 3:2). [source]

Greek Commentary Content Search

Romans 10:14 Without a preacher? [χωρις κηρυσσοντοσ]
Preposition χωρις — chōris with ablative singular masculine present active participle of κηρυσσω — kērussō “without one preaching.” How shall they preach? (πως κηρυχωσιν — pōs kēruxōsiṅ). Deliberative subjunctive again (first aorist active κηρυσσω — kērussō to preach). Except they be sent? Second aorist passive deliberative subjunctive of αποστελλω — apostellō to send, from which verb αποστολος — apostolos apostle comes. Negative condition of third class. In graphic style Paul has made a powerful plea for missions. It is just as true today as then. [source]
Ephesians 2:12 Separate from Christ [χωρις Χριστου]
Ablative case with adverbial preposition χωρις — chōris describing their former condition as heathen. [source]
Philemon 1:14 Without thy mind [χωρις της σης γνωμης]
Judgment, purpose (1 Corinthians 1:10; 1 Corinthians 7:25). Ablative case with χωρις — chōris (apart from). [source]
Hebrews 12:8 If ye are without chastening [ει χωρις εστε παιδειας]
Condition of first class, determined as fulfilled. Note position of εστε — este (are) between the preposition χωρις — chōris and παιδειας — paideias (ablative case). Have been made Perfect active indicative of γινομαι — ginomai Partakers Partners (Hebrews 3:14). Then Accordingly, correspondingly. Bastards Old word, here only in N.T. Illegitimate. [source]
James 2:18 Show me thy faith apart from thy works [δειχον μοι την πιστιν σου χωρις των εργων]
This is the reply of James to the objector. First aorist active imperative of δεικνυμι — deiknumi tense of urgency. The point lies in χωρις — chōris which means not “without,” but “apart from,” as in Hebrews 11:6 (with the ablative case), “the works that properly belong to it and should characterise it” (Hort). James challenges the objector to do this.And I by my works will shew thee my faith (καγω σοι δειχω εκ των εργων μου την πιστιν — kagō soi deixō ek tōn ergōn mou tēn pistin). It is not faith or works, but proof of real faith (live faith vs. dead faith). The mere profession of faith with no works or profession of faith shown to be alive by works. This is the alternative clearly stated. Note πιστιν — pistin (faith) in both cases. James is not here discussing “works” (ceremonial works) as a means of salvation as Paul in Gal 3; Rom 4, but works as proof of faith. [source]

38 Verses with G5565

Matthew 13:34
Literal: These things all spoke - Jesus in parables to the crowds and without a parable not He was speaking to them
KJV: All  spake  Jesus  unto the multitude  in  parables;  and  without  a parable  spake he  unto them: 

Matthew 14:21
Literal: Those then eating were men about five thousand besides women and children
KJV: And  they that had eaten  about  five thousand  men,  beside  women  and  children. 

Matthew 15:38
Literal: Those then eating were four thousand men besides women and children
KJV: And  they that did eat  four thousand  men,  beside  women  and  children. 

Mark 4:34
Literal: Without then parables not would He speak to them in private however to His own disciples He would explain all things
KJV: But  without  a parable  spake  he not  unto them:  and  when they were alone,  he expounded  all things  to his  disciples. 

Luke 6:49
Literal: The [one] however having heard and not having done like is to a man having built a house on the ground without a foundation on which burst the stream immediately it fell was the ruin of the house that great
KJV: But  he that heareth,  and  doeth  not,  like  a man  that without  a foundation  built  an house  upon  the earth;  which  the stream  did beat vehemently,  and  immediately  it fell;  and  the ruin  of that  house  was  great. 

John 1:3
Literal: All things through Him came into being and without not even one [thing] that has come into being
KJV: All things  were made  by  him;  and  without  him  not  any thing  made  that  was made. 

John 15:5
Literal: I am the vine you [are] the branches The [one] abiding in Me and I him he bears fruit much For apart from Me not you are able to do nothing
KJV: am  the vine,  are the branches:  He that abideth  in  and I  in  him,  the same  bringeth forth  much  fruit:  for  without  ye can  do  nothing. 

John 20:7
Literal: and the soudarion which was upon the head of Him not with the linen cloths lying but by itself having been folded up in a place
KJV: And  the napkin,  that  about  his  head,  not  lying  with  the linen clothes,  but  wrapped together  in  a place  by itself. 

Romans 3:21
Literal: Now however apart from law [the] righteousness of God has been revealed being borne witness to by the and the Prophets
KJV: But  now  the righteousness  of God  without  the law  is manifested,  being witnessed  by  the law  and  the prophets; 

Romans 3:28
Literal: We reckon therefore to be justified by faith a man apart from works of the Law
KJV: we conclude  that a man  is justified  by faith  without  the deeds  of the law. 

Romans 4:6
Literal: just as also David declares the blessedness of the man to whom - God credits righteousness apart from works
KJV: Even as  David  also  describeth  the blessedness  of the man,  unto whom  God  imputeth  righteousness  without  works, 

Romans 7:8
Literal: An occasion however having taken - sin by the commandment it produced in me all covetousness apart from for [the] Law [is] dead
KJV: But  sin,  taking  occasion  by  the commandment,  wrought  in  all manner of  concupiscence.  For  without  the law  sin  was dead. 

Romans 7:9
Literal: I however was alive apart from law once having come the commandment the sin revived then died
KJV: For  was alive  without  the law  once:  but  when the commandment  came,  sin  revived,  and  died. 

Romans 10:14
Literal: How then shall they call on [Him] whom not they believed now shall they believe on [Him] of whom they have heard shall they hear apart from preaching
KJV: How  then  shall they call on  him in  whom  not  believed?  and  how  shall they believe in  him of whom  not  heard?  and  how  shall they hear  without  a preacher? 

1 Corinthians 4:8
Literal: Already satiated you are you have been enriched apart from us you reigned and I wish that really you did reign so that also we you might reign with
KJV: Now  full,  now  ye are rich,  ye have reigned as kings  without  and  I would to God  ye did reign,  that  also  might reign with 

1 Corinthians 11:11
Literal: However neither [is] woman separate from man nor man woman in [the] Lord
KJV: Nevertheless  neither  is the man  without  the woman,  neither  the woman  without  the man,  in  the Lord. 

2 Corinthians 11:28
Literal: Besides the things external the pressure on me - on every day [is my] care for all the churches
KJV: Beside  those things that are without,  that which  cometh upon  daily,  the care  of all  the churches. 

2 Corinthians 12:3
Literal: And I know - such a man whether in [the] body or out of the body not - God knows
KJV: And  I knew  such  a man,  (whether  in  the body,  or  of the body,  I cannot  tell:  God  knoweth;) 

Ephesians 2:12
Literal: that you were at the time that separate from Christ alienated from the commonwealth - of Israel and strangers to the covenants of the promise hope not having without God in the world
KJV: That  at  that  time  without  Christ,  being aliens  from the commonwealth  of Israel,  and  strangers  from the covenants  of promise,  having  no  hope,  and  without God  in  the world: 

Philippians 2:14
Literal: All things do without murmurings and disputings
KJV: Do  all things  without  murmurings  and  disputings: 

1 Timothy 2:8
Literal: I desire therefore to pray the men in every place lifting up holy hands apart from anger and dissension
KJV: I will  therefore  that men  pray  every  where,  lifting up  holy  hands,  without  wrath  and  doubting. 

1 Timothy 5:21
Literal: I earnestly testify before - God and Christ Jesus the elect angels that these things you should keep apart from prejudice nothing doing out of partiality
KJV: I charge  thee before  God,  and  Jesus  Christ,  and  the elect  angels,  that  thou observe  without  preferring one before another,  doing  nothing  by  partiality. 

Philemon 1:14
Literal: Apart from however - your consent nothing I wished to do so that not as according to necessity the good of you may be but willingness
KJV: But  without  thy  mind  would  I do  nothing;  benefit  as  it were of  necessity,  but  willingly. 

Hebrews 4:15
Literal: Not for have we a high priest not being able to sympathize with the weaknesses of us [one] having been tempted however in all things by the same way without sin
KJV: For  we have  not  an high priest  which cannot  be touched with the feeling  infirmities;  but  in  all points  tempted  like  as  we are, yet without  sin. 

Hebrews 7:7
Literal: Apart from now all dispute the inferior by the superior is blessed
KJV: And  without  all  contradiction  the less  is blessed  of  the better. 

Hebrews 7:20
Literal: And to as much as not apart from an oath those ones truly for without are priests becoming
KJV: And  inasmuch as  not  without  an oath 

Hebrews 9:7
Literal: [Enters] into however the second once in the year only the high priest not without blood which he offers for himself and the of the people sins of ignorance
KJV: But  into  the second  went the high priest  alone  once  every year,  not  without  blood,  which  he offered  for  himself,  and  for the errors  of the people: 

Hebrews 9:18
Literal: wherefore neither the first apart from blood has been inaugurated
KJV: Whereupon  neither  the first  testament was dedicated  without  blood. 

Hebrews 9:22
Literal: And almost with blood all things are purified according to the law apart from blood-shedding not there is forgiveness
KJV: And  almost  all things  by  the law  purged  with  blood;  and  without  shedding of blood  is  no  remission. 

Hebrews 9:28
Literal: so also - Christ once having been offered in order - of many to bear [the] sins for a second time apart from sin will appear to those Him awaiting for salvation
KJV: So  Christ  was once  offered  to  bear  the sins  of many;  and unto them that look  for him  the second time  without  sin  unto  salvation. 

Hebrews 10:28
Literal: Having set aside anyone [the] law of Moses without mercies on the basis of two or three witnesses he dies
KJV: He  that despised  Moses'  law  died  without  mercy  under  two  or  three  witnesses: 

Hebrews 11:6
Literal: Without now faith [it is] impossible to please [Him] To believe for it behooves the one drawing near - to God that He exists and [that] to those earnestly seeking out Him a rewarder He becomes
KJV: But  without  faith  it is impossible  to please  him: for  he that cometh  to God  must  believe  that  and  that he is  a rewarder  of them that diligently seek  him. 

Hebrews 11:40
Literal: - God for us better something having planned so that not apart from they should be made perfect
KJV: God  having provided  better  thing  for  without  be made perfect. 

Hebrews 12:8
Literal: If however without you are of discipline of which partakers they have become all then illegitimate children and not sons
KJV: But  if  without  chastisement,  whereof  all  are  partakers,  then  bastards,  and  not  sons. 

Hebrews 12:14
Literal: Peace pursue with all and - holiness which without no one will see the Lord
KJV: Follow  peace  with  all  men, and  holiness,  without  which  no man  the Lord: 

James 2:18
Literal: But will say someone You faith have and I works have Show me the of you without - works and I you will show by the of me -
KJV: Yea,  a man  may say,  Thou  hast  faith,  and I  have  works:  shew  faith  without  works,  and I  will shew  faith  by  works. 

James 2:20
Literal: Do you want however to come to know O man foolish that - faith apart from - works worthless is
KJV: But  wilt  thou know,  vain  man,  that  faith  without  works 

James 2:26
Literal: Just as for the body apart from spirit dead is so also - faith works dead
KJV: For  as  the body  without  the spirit  dead,  so  faith  without  works  dead  also. 

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