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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words [1]

1: Δίδωμι (Strong'S #1325 — Verb — didomi — did'-o-mee )

"to give," is rendered "grant" in  Mark 10:37;  Luke 1:74;  Acts 4:29;  11:18;  14:3 . See Give.

2: Δωρέομαι (Strong'S #1433 — Verb — doreo — do-reh'-om-ahee )

"to present, bestow" (akin to No. 1), is rendered "granted" in  Mark 15:45 , RV (AV, "gave"); in  2—Peter 1:3,4 , "hath granted," (AV, "gave;" it signifies more than "to give"); then, "to give freely, bestow," rendered "to grant" in  Acts 3:14;  27:24 , RV (AV, "given");  Philippians 1:29 , RV;  Philemon 1:22 , RV. See Deliver.

King James Dictionary [2]


1. To admit as true what is not proved to allow to yield to concede. We take that for granted which is supposed to be true.

Grant that the fates have firmed, by their decree--

2. To give to bestow or confer on without compensation, particularly in answer to prayer or request.

Thou hast granted me life and favor.  Job 10

God granted him that which he requested. 1. Chron 4

3. To transfer the title of a thing to another, for a good or valuable consideration to convey by deed or writing. The legislature have granted all the new land.

Grant me the place of this threshing floor.  1 Chronicles 21

GR`ANT, n. The act of granting a bestowing or conferring.

1. The thing granted or bestowed a gift a boon. 2. In law, a conveyance in writing, of such things as cannot pass or be transferred by word only, as land, rents, reversions, tithes, &c.

A grant is an executed contract.

3. Concession admission of something as true. 4. The thing conveyed by deed or patent.