Vincent's Word Studies, by Marvin R. Vincent, , at sacred-texts.com
They reasoned (συνελογίσαντο)
Only here in New Testament. The preposition, σύν, together, and the additional with themselves, denote a very close conference.
Will stone (καταλιθάσει)
Only here in New Testament. "Stone us down" (κατά); i.e., stone us to death.
They be persuaded (πεπεισμένος ἐστιν)
Lit., It (the people collectively) is hawing been persuaded. Denoting a long-standing and settled persuasion.
Let it out
See on Mat 21:33.
Went into a far country
Not necessarily far, but as Rev., another country. See on Mar 13:34.
A long time (ἱκανούς)
See on ch. Luk 7:6.
Of the fruit
See on Mar 12:2.
He sent yet (προσέθετο πέμψαι)
Lit., he added to send. A Hebrew form of expression.
Only here and Act 19:16.
It may be (ἴσως)
Only here in New Testament. The adverb of ἴσος, equal. It expresses more than perhaps, implying rather a strong probability. Compare the phrase, it is an even chance that.
See on Mat 21:37.
See on Mat 21:41.
God forbid (μὴ γένοιτο)
Lit., may it not be.
The stone, etc
See on Pe1 2:4-7.
Shall be broken (συνθλασθήσεται)
Rev., rightly, broken to pieces. See on Mat 21:44.
Grind him to powder (λικμήσει)
See on Mat 21:44
See on Mar 3:2.
Only here in New Testament. From ἐγκαθίμηι, to send in, as a garrison into a city. Hence of persons sent in for the purpose of espionage.
Which should feign (ὑποκρινομένους)
Lit., feigning. Rev., which feigned. Only here in New Testament. See on hypocrites, Mat 23:13.
The power and authority (τῇ ἀρχῇ καὶ τῇ ἐξουσίᾳ)
The former, the Roman power in general; the latter, the specific authority of the official.
Acceptest not the person
See on Jam 2:1.
From φέρω, to bring. Something, therefore, which is brought in by way of payment. Luke uses the Greek word instead of the Latin κῆνσον, census, in Matthew and Mark.
See on considerest, Mat 7:3.
From πᾶν, every, and ἔργον, deed. Readiness for every and any deed. Hence unscrupulousness, and so, generally, knavery.
See on Mat 20:2.
Image and superscription
See on Mat 22:20.
His words (ῥήματος)
Singular number. Rev., properly, saying. See on Luk 1:37.
See on Mar 12:18.
Equal unto the angels (ἰσάγγελοι)
Only here in New Testament.
Originally to disclose something secret. Hence, generally, to make known.
At the bush (ἐπὶ τῆς βάτου)
Wrong. Render as Rev., in the place concerning the bush. See on Mar 12:26.
Of thy feet (τῶν ποδῶν σου)
A. V. omits.
Rev., correctly, chief places. See on Mar 12:39.
See on Mar 12:40.