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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words

Lead, Led

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

"to bear, bring, carry, lead," is translated by the verb "to lead," e.g., in Mark 13:11 ; Luke 4:1 ; 4:9 , RV; Luke 4:29 ; 22:54 ; 23:1 , AV only; Luke 23:32 ; John 18:28 (present tense, RV); Acts 8:32 ; metaphorically in Romans 2:4 , of the goodness of God; Romans 8:14 ; Galatians 5:18 , of the Spirit of God; 1 Corinthians 12:2 , of the powers of darkness instigating to idolatry; 2 Timothy 3:6 , of divers lusts (in some mss., aichmaloteuo). In Luke 24:21 ago is used of the passing (or spending) of a day, and translated "it is (now the third day);" here the verb is probably to be taken impersonally, according to idiomatic usage, in the sense "there is passing the third day." See BRING , No. 10, KEEP, Note (2).

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

"to lead up" (ana, "up"), is used of Christ in being "led" up by the Spirit into the wilderness, Matthew 4:1 Luke 4:5 (AV, "taking up"); by the elders of the people into their council, Luke 22:66 , "led away." See BRING , No. 11.

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

"to lead away" (apo, "away"), is used of a way "leading" to destruction, Matthew 7:13 ; to life, Matthew 7:14 ; of those who "led" Christ away from Gethsemane, Mark 14:44 ; in some mss., John 18:13 , to Annas (the best mss. have No. 1 here); to Caiaphas, Matthew 26:57 ; Mark 14:53 ; to Pilate, Matthew 27:2 ; to the Praetorium, Mark 15:16 ; to crucifixion, Matthew 27:31 ; Luke 23:26 ; in some mss. John 19:16 ; of "leading" an animal away to watering, Luke 13:15 ; of being "led" away to idolatry, 1 Corinthians 12:2 , RV, "led away" (AV, "carried away"). Some mss. have it in Acts 24:7 (AV, "took away"). It is translated "bring" in Acts 23:17 . In Acts 12:19 it signifies "to put to death." See BRING , No. 12, DEATH, C, No. 3.

4: περιάγω
(Strong's #4013 — Verb — periago — per-ee-ag'-o )

used transitively, denotes "to lead about," 1 Corinthians 9:5 . For the intransitive use, see GO , No. 9.

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

"to bear, carry," is used metaphorically of a gate, as "leading" to a city, Acts 12:10 . See BRING , No. 1.

6: ὁδηγέω
(Strong's #3594 — Verb — hodegeo — hod-ayg-eh'-o )

"to lead the way;" see GUIDE , B, No. 1.

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

"to bring into," is translated "to be led into" in Acts 21:37 , AV (RV, "to be brought into"). See BRING , A, No. 13.

8: συναπάγω
(Strong's #4879 — Verb — sunapago — soon-ap-ag'-o )

always in the Passive Voice, "to be carried or led away with," is translated "being led away with" in 2 Peter 3:17 , AV (RV, "being carried away with"). See CARRY.

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

"to lead out," is rendered by the verb "to lead, out or forth," in Mark 15:20 (in some mss. in Mark 8:23 , the best have ekphero, "to bring out);" Luke 24:50 ; John 10:3 ; Acts 7:36,40 (AV "brought"), and Acts 13:17 , RV; Acts 21:38 ; Hebrews 8:9 . See BRING , No. 14.

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

"to carry or lead up," is translated "leadeth ... up" in the AV of Mark 9:2 (RV "bringeth ... up"). See BRING , No. 2.

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

"to bring in, or into," is translated "lead (us not) into," in Matthew 6:13 ; Luke 11:4 (RV, "bring ... into"), of temptation. See BRING , No. 4.

12: πλανάω
(Strong's #4105 — Verb — planao — plan-ah'-o )

"to lead astray" (akin to plane, "a wandering"), is translated "lead ... astray," metaphorically, in Matthew 24:4,5,11 ; Mark 13:5,6 (AV, "deceive").

13: ἀποπλανάω
(Strong's #635 — Verb — apoplanao — ap-op-lan-ah'-o )

"to cause to go astray" (apo, "away from," and No. 12), is used metaphorically of "leading into error," Mark 13:22 , RV, "lead astray" (AV, "seduce"); Passive Voice in 1 Timothy 6:10 (AV, "erred").

Notes: (1) In Revelation 13:10 , some mss. have sunago, "to bring together," translated "leadeth (into captivity)," AV and RV marg. (RV text, "is for"). (2) For the verb diago, "to lead a life," 1 Timothy 2:2 , see LIVE , No. 7. (3) For thriambeuo, to "lead in triumph," 2 Corinthians 2:14 , RV, see TRIUMPH. (4) See also HAND (lead by the).


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Vines, W. E., M. A. Entry for 'Lead, Led'. Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/ved/l/lead-led.html. 1940.

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