- teaching, doctrine
- teaching, doctrine, what is taught.
- διδαχή, -ῆς, ἡ
(< διδάσκω), [in LXX: Psa.60:1-12 title. (לָמַד pi.); Sm.: Deu.33:8 * ;]
__1. objectively, teaching, doctrine, that which is taught:; with genitive poss.,
RefsMrk.1:27, Jhn.7:16, Act.17:19, Rom.6:7 16:17, 2Jn.10, Rev.2:24; ἡ δ., of Christ,
RefsMat.7:28 16:12 22:33, Mrk.1:22 11:18, Luk.4:32, Jhn.18:19, Act.5:28, Rev.2:14-15; of. τὴν δ., Tit.1:9; with genitive obj., βαπτισμῶν δ., Heb.6:2; pl., Heb.13:9.
RefsJhn.7:17, Act.13:12, 2Jn.9
__2. Actively, teaching:; ἐν τ. δ., in the course of his teaching:
RefsAct.2:42, 2Ti.4:2; λαλεῖν ἐν δ., 1Co.14:6; ἔχειν δ., 1Co.14:26 (DCG, i, 485; Cremer, 181).†
SYN.: διδασκαλία (AS)
1a) that which is taught
1b) doctrine, teaching, concerning something
2) the act of teaching, instruction
2a) in religious assemblies of the Christians, to speak in the way of teaching, in distinction from other modes of speaking in public
From G1321; instruction (the act or the matter)
KJV Usage: doctrine, hath been taught.