ὁλό-κληρος, -ον (< ὅλος, κλῆρος, i.e. with all that has fallen by lot), [in LXX: Refs Lev.23:15, Eze.15:5 (תָּמִים), Refs Deu.27:6, Jos.8:31 (9:2) (שָׁלֵם), Zec.11:16 (נָצַב ni.), Refs Wis.15:3, 1Ma.4:47, 4Ma.15:17 * ;] complete, entire; in NT in ethical sense (as Wis, 4Mac, ll. with), 1Th.5:23; ὁ. καὶ τέλειοι, Jas.1:4.† SYN.: ὁλοτελής (which see), τελειος (Tr., Syn., § xxii) (AS)
1) complete in all its parts, in no part wanting or unsound, complete, entire, whole 1a) of a body without blemish or defect, whether of a priest or of a victim 1b) free from sin, faultless 1c) complete in all respects, consummate
From G3650 and G2819; complete in every part, that is, perfectly sound (in body)
Probably from G2806 (through the idea of using bits of wood, etc., for the purpose); a die (for drawing chances); by implication a portion (as if so secured); by extension an acquisition (especially a patrimony, figuratively)
KJV Usage: heritage, inheritance, lot, part.
From G2596 and a derivative of a compound of G2819 and G1325; to beagiveroflotstoeach, that is, (by implication) to apportionanestate
KJV Usage: divide by lot.
From G2819 and the base of G3551 (in its original sense of partitioning, that is, [reflexively] getting by apportionment); a sharerbylot, that is, an inheritor (literally or figuratively); by implication a possessor
KJV Usage: heir.
From G2819; to allot, that is, (figuratively) to assign (a privilege)
KJV Usage: obtain an inheritance.
From G3491 and G2819 (“clerk”); a captain