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#33 - ἄγε

Transliteration
áge
Phonetics
ag'-eh
Origin
imperative of (G71)
Parts of Speech
interrogative
TDNT
None
Definition
  1. go to, come!, come now!
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Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

ἄγε, ἄγετε,

imper. of ἄγω, used as Adv.,

come on! freq. in Hom., who mostly strengthens it, εἰ δ' ἄγε, νῦν δ' ἄγε, ἄγε δή, ἀλλ' ἄγε, in Att. freq. ἄγε νύν Ar. Eq. 1011, etc.; before 1 and 2 pers. pl., ἄγε δὴ τραπείομεν Il. 3.441; ἄγε δὴ στέωμεν 11.348; ἄγε τάμνετε Od. 3.332; ἀλλ' ἄγε, Πέρσαι, φροντίδα θώμεθα A. Pers. 140; ἄγε δὴ καὶ χορὸν ἅψωμεν Id. Eu. 307; rarely before 1 sg., ἄγε δὴ.. ἀριθμήσω Od. 13.215; before 3 pl., ἀλλ' ἄγε, κήρυκες.. λαὸν.. ἀγειρόντων Il. 2.437; in Prose, ἄγε τοίνυν.. σκοπῶμεν X. Cyr. 5.5.15; foll. by ὅπως c. fut., Ar. Ec. 149; abs., E. Cyc. 590: also, ἄγετε,.. λύσασθε A. Ch. 803; ἄγετε with 1 pl., Il. 2.139, Od. 1.76, Ar. Lys. 665; with 1 sg., Od. 22.139: cf. ἄγι.

ἄγε ,

prop. imperat. of ἄγω , come! used as adv. and addressed, like φέρε , to one or more persons: James 4:13 James 5:1.†.


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