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Webster's Dictionary [1]

(1): ( n.) That which is asked; inquiry; interrogatory; query.

(2): ( n.) Hence, a subject of investigation, examination, or debate; theme of inquiry; matter to be inquired into; as, a delicate or doubtful question.

(3): ( v. t.) To raise a question about; to call in question; to make objection to.

(4): ( n.) To argue; to converse; to dispute.

(5): ( n.) To ask questions; to inquire.

(6): ( n.) Talk; conversation; speech; speech.

(7): ( v. t.) To doubt of; to be uncertain of; to query.

(8): ( v. t.) To inquire of by asking questions; to examine by interrogatories; as, to question a witness.

(9): ( n.) Examination with reference to a decisive result; investigation; specifically, a judicial or official investigation; also, examination under torture.

(10): ( n.) Discussion; debate; hence, objection; dispute; doubt; as, the story is true beyond question; he obeyed without question.

(11): ( n.) The act of asking; interrogation; inquiry; as, to examine by question and answer.

(12): ( v. t.) To talk to; to converse with.

King James Dictionary [2]

Question n. ques'chun. L. quaestio. See Quest.

1. The act of asking an interrogatory as, to examine by question and answer. 2. That which is asked something proposed which is to be solved by answer. What is the question? 3. Inquiry disquisition discussion.

It is to be put to question, whether it is lawful for christian princes to make an invasive war, simply for the propagation of the faith.

4. Dispute or subject of debate.

There arose a question between some of John's disciples and the Jews, about purifying.  John 3 .

5. Doubt controversy dispute. The story is true beyond all question.

This does not bring their truth in question.

6. Trial examination judicial trial or inquiry.

Of the hope and resurrection of the dead I am called in question.  Acts 23 .  Acts 24 .

7. Examination by torture. 8. Endeavor effort act of seeking. Not in use. 9. In logic, a proposition stated by way of interrogation.

In question, in debate in the course of examination or discussion as, the matter or point in question.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [3]

kwes ´- chun  : The noun for דּבר , dābhār , "word," in   1 Kings 10:3 parallel   2 Chronicles 9:2 , with "hard question" for חידה , ḥı̄dhāh , "dark saying," "riddle," in  1 Kings 10:1 parallel   2 Chronicles 9:1 . In the New Testament for ζήτημα , zḗtēma , the synonym ζήτησις , zḗtēsis (and  1 Timothy 1:4 , ἐκζήτησις , ekzḗtēsis ), being rendered "questionings" by the Revised Version (British and American) (the King James Version does not distinguish). In  Mark 11:29 for λόγος , lógos , "word" (so the Revised Version margin). The verb in the sense "ask a question" in  2 Chronicles 31:9 for דּרשׁ , dārash , and  Luke 2:46;  Luke 23:9 for ἐπερωτάω , eperōtáō (compare the American Standard Revised Version, the English Revised Version margin  John 16:23 ). Elsewhere the verb is for συζητέω , suzētéō , "dispute" ( Mark 1:27 , etc.; compare  Acts 6:9;  Acts 9:29 ). "Called in question,"  Acts 19:40 the King James Version, represents ἐγκαλέω , egkaléō , "call into court," but in  Acts 23:6;  Acts 24:21 , "I am called in question" is for κρίνομαι , krı́nomai , "I am being judged."