2348 THNESKO (13): to die. Always used in the FCM (NT) in the sense of a death having occurred, as in Jn.19.33: "But coming to Jesus, when they realized he had already died (thnesko), they did not break his legs." Also, Mk.15.44: "And Pilate marvelled that he had already died (thnesko); and calling the centurion to him asked him how long ago he died (apothnesko)."
2349 THNETOS (6): perishable, mortal, as in Rom.6.12: "So then, let not wrongdoing reign in your+ mortal (thnetos) body to obey its lust.
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