, -ῶ (κληρονόμος) [in LXX chiefly for יָרַשׁ, also for נָחַל, etc;] 1) to receive by lot. 2) to inherit
(in cl, usually with genitive of thing(s)): absol, Gal.4:30 (LXX); in general, to possess oneself of, receive as one's own, obtain (as Deu.4:5, al, cf. Psa.25:3, Isa.61:7): with accusative of thing(s) (as generally in late Gk, see M, Pr.
, 65), of the Messianic Kingdom (cf. Psa.37:11, Sir.4:13 37:26, and see Dalman, Words
, 125 ff.) and its blessings and privileges, τ. γῆν, Mat.5:5 (cf. LXX); τ. βασιλείαν, β. θεοῦ, Mat.25:34, 1Co.6:9-10 15:50, Gal.5:21; ζωὴν αἰώνιον, Mat.19:29, Mrk.10:17, Luk.10:25 18:18; σωτηρίαν, Heb.1:14; τ. ἐπαγγελίας, Heb.6:12; ἀφθαρσίαν, 1Co.15:50; ὄνομα, Heb.1:4; τ. εὐλογίαν, Heb.12:17, 1Pe.3:9; ταῦτα, Rev.21:7 (cf. κατα-κληρονομέω). (AS