- Included in Eastons: No
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: Yes
- Included in BDB: No
- G3330 Used 2 times
IMP'ART, verb transitive [Latin impertior; in and partio, to divide; from pars, a part.]
1. To give, grant or communicate; to bestow on another a share or portion of something; as, to impart a portion of provisions to the poor.
2. To grant; to give; to confer; as, to impart honor or favor.
3. To communicate the knowledge of something; to make known; to show by words or tokens.
When first I did impart my love to you--
IMP'ARTANCE, noun Communication of a share; grant.
IMPARTA'TION, noun The act of imparting or conferring. [Not much used.]
IMP'ARTED, participle passive Communicated; granted; conferred.
IMP'ARTIAL, adjective [in and partial, from part, Latin pars.]
1. Not partial; not biased in favor of one party more than another; indifferent; unprejudiced; disinterested; as an impartial judge or arbitrator.
2. Not favoring one party more than another; equitable; just; as an impartial judgment or decision; an impartial opinion.
IMP'ARTIALIST, noun One who is impartial. [Little used.]
IMPARTIAL'ITY, noun imparshal'ity. Indifference of opinion or judgment; freedom from bias in favor of one side or party more than another; disinterestedness.
Impartiality is indispensable to an upright judge.
1. Equitableness; justice; as the impartiality of a decision.
IMP'ARTIALLY, adverb Without bias of judgment; without prejudice; without inclination to favor one party or side more than another; equitably; justly.
IMPARTIBIL'ITY, noun The quality of not being subject to partition.
1. The quality of being capable of being communicated.
1. Not partible or subject to partition; as an impartible estate.
2. [from impart.] That may be imparted, conferred, bestowed or communicated.
IMP'ARTING, participle present tense Communicating; granting; bestowing.
IMP'ARTMENT, noun The act of imparting; the communication of knowledge; disclosure.