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    Question Dr. James Strongs -- ! Robinson-Pierpont

    Hello.

    Question: 1 TIM 4:1 has the word "latter" in the verse.

    Ok now, the Robinson-Pierpont has Strongs Number 5306 {huster os} associated to this word, but the original James Strongs lists 5305 {huster on} for this verse.

    Note: The "Strongest Strongs", which is specifically written for the NIV, also lists 5306 for this particular verse.

    Does anyone know why the Robinson-Pierpont Strongs Concordance doesn't match up with the James Strongs version?

    If the two are different, then the morpohology is different too.

    Thanks.

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    None of the modern lexicons have a separate entry for husteron since it is just the neuter form of husteros, so that is probably the reason why it is changed in more recent editions. I believe the masculine or neuter plural forms would actually be the same for this word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shepfam7
    ... Note: The "Strongest Strongs", which is specifically written for the NIV, also lists 5306 for this particular verse. ...
    Just to clarify, there is a new Strongest Strongs for NIV, but the original Strongest Strongs was (and is) for KJV.

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    Just to clarify even further there is no such thing as The Strongest Strong's NIV Concordance. There is The Strongest Strong's which is for the KJV and there is the Strongest NIV Exhaustive Concordance and Strongest NASB Exhaustive Concordance and there is also planned a Strongest TNIV Exhaustive Concordance.

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