ὑπάρχουσιν [3 verses](part pl pres act neut dat) "Goods" is from huparchonta, (hyparchô), which means "to take the initiative," "to begin," "to be the beginning," "to be already in existence," "to be laid down," "to be taken for granted," "belong to," "fall to one," "accrue," of persons "to be devoted to," and, as a present participle, "existing circumstances," "present advantages," "possessions," and "resources." -- The verb translated as "goods" means, "to take the initiative," "to begin," "to be already in existence," "to belong to," and of persons "to be devoted to." It is in the form of an adjective ("beginning," "existing already," "belonging to") used as a noun, "the things beginning," "the things existing," and "the things belonging to."

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