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Strong's #1204 - δεῦρο

Transliteration
deûro
Phonetics
dyoo'-ro
Origin
of uncertain affinity
Parts of Speech
Adverb
TDNT
None
Definition
Thayer's
  1. of place,
    1. hither to this place
    2. in urging and calling, here! come!
  2. of time, hither to, now
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 3212 ‑ יָלַךְ (yaw‑lak');  3212 ‑ יָלַךְ (yaw‑lak');  
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
  3. Parsing
KJV (9)
Matthew
1
Mark
1
Luke
1
John
1
Acts
2
Romans
1
Revelation
2
NAS (10)
Matthew
1
Mark
1
Luke
1
John
1
Acts
2
Revelation
4
HCS (9)
Matthew
1
Mark
1
Luke
1
John
1
Acts
2
Romans
1
Revelation
2
BSB (9)
Matthew
1
Mark
1
Luke
1
John
1
Acts
2
Romans
1
Revelation
2
ESV (8)
Matthew
1
Mark
1
Luke
1
John
1
Acts
2
Revelation
2
WEB (9)
Matthew
1
Mark
1
Luke
1
John
1
Acts
2
Romans
1
Revelation
2
Verse Results
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

δεῦρο

(Aeol. δεῦρυ Hdn. Gr. 2.933, who read δεύρω in Il. 3.240), strengthd. in Att. δευρί Ar. Nu. 323, And. 2.10: sts. written δεῦρε in Att. Inscrr., as IG 12.900: late δευρεί Stud.Pal. 10.7.6 (iv/v A. D.). Adv.:

I of Place,

1. hither, with all Verbs of motion, Il. 1.153, etc.: strengthd., δ. τόδ' ἵκω Od. 17.444, cf. Il. 14.309; in pregn. sense with Verbs of rest, to [have come hither and] be here, δ. παρέστης 3.405; πάρεστι δ... ὅδε S. OC 1253; τὰ τῇδε καὶ τὰ δεῦρο πάντ' ἀνασκόπει Ar. Th. 666: with Art., μακρὸν τὸ δ. πέλαγος S. OC 663; τῆς δ. ὁδοῦ ib. 1165; τὸ τῇδε καὶ τὸ κεῖσε καὶ τὸ δ. Ar. Av. 426, cf. E. Ph. 266, [315]; δ. ἐλθών Pl. Tht. 143a. later, here, τὰ δ., = sensible objects, Arist. Metaph. 991b30; τὰ σώματα τὰ δ. Id. Cael. 269b15; τὰ δ. κακά Max.Tyr. 14.7.

2. used as Interjection, come on! in Hom. with 2 sg. imper. (δεῦτε (q. v.) being used with pl.), ἄγε δ. Il. 11.314; δ. ἄγε Od. 8.145; δ. ἴθι Il. 3.130; δ. ἴτω 7.75; δ. ὄρσο Od. 22.395: later with 2 pl. imper., δ. ἴτε A. Eu. 1041 (lyr.); δ. ἕπεσθε E. HF 724. with 1 pl. subj., δεῦρο, φίλη, λέκτρονδε τραπείομεν come let us.., Od. 8.292, cf. Il. 17.120, al.; later in this sense with imper., καί μοι δ. εἰπέ here now, tell me, Pl. Ap. 24c; δεῦρό σου δτέψω κάρα come let me.., E. Ba. 341. without a Verb, δ. δηὖτε Μοῖσαι Sapph. 84; δεῦρο, σύ here, you! Ar. Pax 881; δ. παρὰ Σωκράτη (sc. καθίζου) Pl. Tht. 144d; δ. δὴ πάλιν (sc. βλέπε) Id. R. 477d. later, go away! LXX 2 Kings 3:13.

3. in arguments, μέχρι δ. τοῦ λόγου up to this point of the argument, Pl. Smp. 217e; τὸ μέχρι δ. ἡμῖν εἰρήσθω Id. Lg. 814d; δεῦρ' ἀεὶ προεληλύθαμεν Id. Plt. 292c; ἄχρι δ. Gal. 15.453.

II of Time, until now, hitherto, Trag. (v. infr.) and Prose, Pl. Ti. 21d; μέχρι τοῦ δ. Th. 3.64, Onos. Praef. 7, PLond. 2.358.16 (ii A.D.); μέχριδεύρου (sic) PGen. 47.8 (iv A. D.); εἰς τὴν δ. Hld. 1.19; ἐξ ἕω μέχρι δ. Pl. Lg. 811c; δεῦρ' ἀεί E. Med. 670, Ion 56, etc.; paratrag. in Ar. Lys. 1135; δεῦρό γ' ἀεί A. Eu. 596.

Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

δεῦρο ,

adv.,

[in LXX chiefly for לֵך׃ , H3922;]

1. of place;

(a) hither, with verbs of motion;

(b) (in cl. chiefly poët.) as an imperat., here! come!: Matthew 19:21, Mark 10:21, Luke 18:22, John 11:43, Acts 7:3 (LXX), Acts 7:34 (LXX), Revelation 17:1; Revelation 21:9.

2. Of time, hitherto, now: Revelation 1:13.†


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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

For the temporal use of δεῦρο , as in Romans 1:13, cf. P Lond 358.16 (c. A.D. 150) (= II. p. 172) μέχρι τοῦ δεῦρο πέρας οὐδέπω ἐπετέθη τῷ πράγματι , BGU I. 180.9 (ii/iii A.D.) μέχρι τοῦ δευρε [ , P Strass I. 56.12 (ii/iiiA.D.), and ib. 73.16 (iii/A.D.) μέχρι δεῦρο , P Gen I. 47.6 (A.D. 346) μέχρι δεῦρου . In P Lond 409.26 (c. A.D. 346) (= II. p. 289) α ̣͗χρεις δευ ̣ͅρ ̣ο we have a close approach to the Pauline phrase. A form δεῦρε is found in the Attic inscriptions of B.C. 500–450 (see Meisterhans Gr. p. 146) : it belongs to the same impulse that produced the plural δεῦτε , through the common imperative use. In P Oxy X. 1297.15 (iv/A.D.) δεῦ μετ᾽ αὐτοῦ καὶ ἔνεγκεν τοὺς ἄμη ̣τ ̣ας , ";come here with him and bring the milk cakes,"; we have an instance of the imperatival δεῦρο , in an apocopated form. See Proleg. p. 172.

 

 

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