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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words

Bring, Bringing, Brought

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A — 1: φέρω
(Strong's #5342 — verb — phero — fer'-o )

"to bear, or carry," is used also of "bearing or bringing forth fruit," Mark 4:8 ; John 15:5 , etc. To bring is the most frequent meaning. See BEAR , CARRY , DRIVE , ENDURE , GO , LEAD , MOVE , REACH , RUSHING , UPHOLD. Compounds of No. 1, translated by the verb "to bring," are as follows:

A — 2: ἀναφέρω
(Strong's #399 — Verb — anaphero — an-af-er'-o )

denotes "to bring up," Matthew 17:1 . See BEAR , No. 3.

A — 3: ἀποφέρω
(Strong's #667 — Verb — apophero — ap-of-er'-o )

"to carry forth," is rendered "bring," in the AV of 1 Corinthians 16:3 ; Acts 19:12 (RV, "carried away"); some mss. have epiphero here. See CARRY.

A — 4: εἰσφέρω
(Strong's #1533 — Verb — eisphero — ice-fer'-o )

denotes "to bring to," Acts 17:20 ; "to bring into," Luke 5:18,19 ; 1 Timothy 6:7 ; Hebrews 13:11 . See LEAD , No. 11.

A — 5: ἐκφέρω
(Strong's #1627 — Verb — ekphero — ek-fer'o )

"to bring forth." See BEAR , No. 4.

A — 6: ἐπιφέρω
(Strong's #2018 — Verb — epiphero — ep-ee-fer'-o )

signifies (a) "to bring upon, or to bring against," Jude 1:9 ; (b) "to impose, inflict, visit upon," Romans 3:5 . Some mss. have it in Acts 25:18 (for No. 1); some in Philippians 1:16 (RV, ver. 17, "raise up," translating egeiro).

A — 7: προφέρω
(Strong's #4393 — Verb — prophero — prof-er'-o )

denotes "to bring forth," Luke 6:45 , twice.

A — 8: προσφέρω
(Strong's #4374 — Verb — prosphero — pros-fer'-o )

means (a) "to bring (in addition)," Matthew 25:20 ; "to bring unto," Matthew 5:23 (RV, "art offering"); Mark 10:13 ; (b) "to offer," Matthew 5:24 . See DEAL WITH , DO , OFFER , PRESENT , PUT.

A — 9: συμφέρω
(Strong's #4851 — Verb — sumphero — soom-fer'-o )

"to bring together," has this meaning in Acts 19:19 . See BETTER (be), EXPEDIENT , GOOD , PROFIT.

A — 10: ἄγω
(Strong's #71 — Verb — ago — ag'-o )

"to lead, to lead along, to bring," has the meaning "to bring" (besides its occurrences in the Gospels and Acts) in 1Thess. 4:14,2 Timothy 4:11 ; Hebrews 2:10 . See CARRY , GO , KEEP , LEAD.

*Compounds of this verb are:

A — 11: ἀνάγω
(Strong's #321 — Verb — anago — an-ag'-o )

"to lead or bring up to," Luke 2:22 ; Acts 9:39 etc.; "to bring forth," Acts 12:4 ; "to bring again," Hebrews 13:20 ; "to bring up again," Romans 10:7 . See DEPART , LAUNCH , LEAD , LOOSE , OFFER , TAKE UP, SAIL.

A — 12: ἀπάγω
(Strong's #520 — Verb — apago — ap-ag'-o )

"to lead away, bring forth, bring unto," Acts 23:17 . See CARRY , DEATH , LEAD , TAKE.

A — 13: εἰσάγω
(Strong's #1521 — Verb — eisago — ice-ag'-o )

"to bring in, into," Luke 2:27 etc. See LEAD.

A — 14: ἐξάγω
(Strong's #1806 — Verb — exago — ex-ag'-o )

"to lead out, bring forth," Acts 5:19 ; 7:36,40 etc. See FETCH , LEAD.

A — 15: ἐπάγω
(Strong's #1863 — Verb — epago — ep-ag'-o )

"to bring upon," Acts 5:28 ; 2 Peter 2:1,5 .

A — 16: κατάγω
(Strong's #2609 — Verb — katago — kat-ag'-o )

"to bring down," Acts 9:30 ; 22:30 ; 23:15,20 ; Romans 10:6 ; "to bring forth," Acts 23:28 ; of boats, "to bring to land," Luke 5:11 . See LAND , TOUCH.

A — 17: παρεισάγω
(Strong's #3919 — Verb — pareisago — par-ice-ag'-o )

"to bring in privily" (lit., "to bring in beside"), "to introduce secretly," 2 Peter 2:1 .

A — 18: προάγω
(Strong's #4254 — Verb — proago — pro-ag'-o )

"to bring or lead forth," e.g., Acts 12:6 ; 16:30 ; 25:26 . See GO , No. 10.

A — 19: προσάγω
(Strong's #4317 — Verb — prosago — pros-ag'-o )

"to bring to, or unto," Acts 16:20 ; 1 Peter 3:18 . For Acts 27:27 see DRAW , (B), No. 3.

*Other verbs are:

A — 20: κομίζω
(Strong's #2865 — Verb — komizo — kom-id'-zo )

usually, "to receive, to bring in," Luke 7:37 . See RECEIVE.

A — 21: παρέχω
(Strong's #3930 — Verb — parecho — par-ekh'-o )

usually, "to offer, furnish, supply" (lit., "to have near"), "to bring, in the sense of supplying," Acts 16:16 ; 19:24 . See DO , GIVE , KEEP , MINISTER , OFFER , SHEW , TROUBLE.

A — 22: ἀποστρέφω
(Strong's #654 — Verb — apostrepho — ap-os-tref'-o )

"to turn, or put, back," is translated "brought back" in Matthew 27:3 . See PERVERT , PUT , TURN.

A — 23: καταβιβάζω
(Strong's #2601 — Verb — katabibazo — kat-ab-ib-ad'-zo )

in the Active Voice, "to cause to go down," is used in the Passive in the sense of "being brought down," Luke 10:15 (AV, "thrust down"); "go down" in Matthew 11:23 (marg., "be brought down").

A — 24: συμβιβάζω
(Strong's #4822 — Verb — sumbibazo — soom-bib-ad'-zo )

rendered "brought" in Acts 19:33 .

A — 25: προπέμπω
(Strong's #4311 — Verb — propempo — prop-em'-po )

"to send forth, to bring on one's way," Acts 15:3 ; 20:38 , RV; 21:5; Romans 15:24 ; 1 Corinthians 16:6,11 ; 2 Corinthians 1:16 ; Titus 3:13 ; 3 John 1:6 . See ACCOMPANY , CONDUCT.

A — 26: βλαστάνω
(Strong's #985 — Verb — blastano — blas-tan'-o )

"to bud, spring up," translated "brought forth" (i.e., "caused to produce"), in James 5:18 . See BUD , SPRING.

A — 27: ποιέω
(Strong's #4160 — Verb — poieo — poy-eh'-o )

"to make, to do," used of the bringing forth of fruit, Matthew 3:8,10 ; 7:17,18 . See DO.

A — 28: ἐκβάλλω
(Strong's #1544 — Verb — ekballo — ek-bal'-lo )

"to cast out," used of bringing forth good and evil things from the heart, Matthew 12:35 . See CAST , No. 5.

A — 29: τίκτω
(Strong's #5088 — Verb — tikto — tik'-to )

"to beget, bring forth," Matthew 1:21,23,25 ; James 1:15 (first part of verse, according to the best mss.); Revelation 12:5 (RV, "was delivered of"). See BEGET , BORN , DELIVER.

A — 30: ἀποκυέω
(Strong's #616 — Verb — apokueo — ap-ok-oo-eh'o )

"to bear young," "bringeth forth" in James 1:15 (end of verse) and "brought forth," James 1:18 (AV, "begat"). See BEGET.

A — 31: γεννάω
(Strong's #1080 — Verb — gennao — ghen-nah'-o )

"to beget," translated "brought forth" in Luke 1:57 . See BEGET , A, No. 1.

A — 32: εὐφορέω
(Strong's #2164 — Verb — euphoreo — yoo-for-eh'-o )

"to bear well, be productive," "brought forth plentifully," Luke 12:16 . Cp. karpophoreo, Mark 4:20 , RV "bear;" so, Colossians 1:6 .

A — 33: τρέφω
(Strong's #5142 — verb — trepho — tref'-o )

"to rear, bring up," Luke 4:16 . See FEED , NOURISH.

A — 34: ἀνατρέφω
(Strong's #397 — Verb — anatrepho — an-at-ref'-o )

"to nourish," Acts 7:20,21 ; "brought up," Acts 22:3 .

A — 35: ἐκτρέφω
(Strong's #1625 — Verb — ektrepho — ek-tref'-o )

"to nourish," Ephesians 5:29 ; "bring up," Ephesians 6:4 , AV; RV, "nurture." See NURTURE.

A — 36: ἀπαγγέλλω
(Strong's #518 — Verb — apangello — ap-ang-el'-lo )

"to announce," is translated "bring word" in Matthew 2:8 , RV (the AV unnecessarily adds "again"); Matthew 28:8 . See DECLARE , REPORT , SHEW , TELL.

B — 1: ἐπεισαγωγή
(Strong's #1898 — Noun Feminine — epeisagoge — ep-ice-ag-o-gay' )

lit., "a bringing in besides," is translated "a bringing in thereupon" in Hebrews 7:19 .

Notes: (1) In Mark 4:21 , erchomai, "to come," is translated "is brought," lit., "(does a lamp) come."

(2) In Mark 13:9 , the verb translated "be brought," AV, is histemi, "to stand" (RV); in Acts 27:24 , paristemi, "to stand before" (AV, "be brought before").

(3) In Acts 5:36 , ginomai, "to become," is rendered "came (to nought)," RV, for AV, "were brought." So in 1 Corinthians 15:54 , "come to pass," for "shall be brought to pass."

(4) In Mark 4:29 , paradidomi is rendered "is ripe," RV and AV marg., for AV, "brought forth."

(5) In Matthew 1:11,12,17 , metoikesia signifies "a removal, or carrying away" (not "they were brought," ver. 12, AV).

(6) In Acts 13:1 , suntrophos denotes "a foster-brother," RV (AV, marg.).

(7) In 1 Corinthians 4:17 , for "bring you into rememberance" (RV, "put ...), see REMEMERANCE.

(8) In Luke 1:19 , for RV, "bring you good tidings," and Acts 13:32 ; Romans 10:15 (end), see PREACH.

(9) In 1 Corinthians 1:19 , atheteo, "to reject" (RV), is rendered "bring to nothing" (AV). See DESPISE , Note (1).

(10) For katargeo, "bring to nought," RV, "destroy," 1 Corinthians 6:13 , etc., see ABOLISH , DESTROY.

(11) For eipon in Matthew 2:13 , AV, "bring ... word," see TELL.

(12) See also DESOLATION , No. 1, PERFECTION, B.

(13) For "bring into bondage" see BONDAGE , B.

(14) In Matthew 16:8 some mss. have lambano (AV, "ye have brought").


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Vines, W. E., M. A. Entry for 'Bring, Bringing, Brought'. Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/ved/b/bring-bringing-brought.html. 1940.

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