dianoéma: a thoughtOriginal Word: διανόημα, ατος, τό
Part of Speech: Noun, Neuter
Phonetic Spelling: (dee-an-o'-ay-mah)
Short Definition: a reasoning, thought, cogitation
Definition: a reasoning, thought, cogitation.
Cognate: 1270 dianóēma (from 1223 /diá, "through," which intensifies 3539 /noiéō, "to think") – "think through, distinguish. This substantive is common in Plato, . . . for intent, purpose" (WP, 2, 161) but is only used in Lk 11:17 (critical text). See 1271 (dianoia).Word Origin
from dianoeomai (to think); from dia and noeó
STRONGS NT 1270: διανόημα
διανόημα, διανοήματος, τό (διανοέω, to think), a thought: Luke 11:17 (the Sept.; Sirach (circa <132 b.c.="">?); often in Plato.)<1>
From a compound of dia and noieo; something thought through, i.e. A sentiment -- thought.
see GREEK dia
see GREEK noieo διανοηματα διανοήματα διανοημάτων διανόησιν dianoemata dianoēmata dianoḗmata