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Strong's #3403 - μιμνήσκω

Transliteration
mimnḗskō
Phonetics
mim-nace'-ko
Origin
a prolonged form of (G3415) (from which some of the tenses are borrowed)
Parts of Speech
Verb
TDNT
None
Definition
Thayer's
  1. to remind
    1. to be recalled or to return to one's mind, to remind one's self of, to remember
    2. to be recalled to mind, to be remembered, had in remembrance
    3. to remember a thing
    4. be mindful of
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 2142 ‑ זָכַר (zaw‑kar');  5375 ‑ נָסָה (naw‑saw', naw‑saw');  5545 ‑ סָלַח (saw‑lakh');  5782 ‑ עוּר (oor);  6485 ‑ פָּקַד (paw‑kad');  
Frequency Lists  
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  2. Word
  3. Parsing
KJV (2)
Hebrews
2
NAS (23)
Matthew
3
Luke
6
John
3
Acts
2
1 Corinthians
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
4
2 Peter
1
Jude
1
Revelation
1
HCS (2)
Hebrews
2
BSB (23)
Matthew
3
Luke
6
John
3
Acts
2
1 Corinthians
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
4
2 Peter
1
Jude
1
Revelation
1
ESV (2)
Hebrews
2
WEB (2)
Hebrews
2
Verse Results
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

μιμνήσκω

(not μιμν-ήσκω, v. infr.), fut. μνήσω: aor. ἔμνησα: causal Verb, formed in pres. and impf. from μέμνημαι as πιπράσκω from πέπραμαι: —

I remind, put in mind, μνήσει δέ σε καὶ θεὸς αὐτός Od. 12.38; τινος of a thing, ἐπεί μ' ἔμνησας ὀϊζύος 3.103; τῶν σ' αὖτις μνήσω Il. 15.31, cf. 1.407; μηδέ με τούτων μίμνησκ' Od. 14.169, cf. Thgn. 1123, Theoc. 15.36.

II ἔμνασεν ἑστίαν πατρῴαν.. νικῶν

1. recalled it to memory, made it famous, Pi. P. 11.13. Act. is mostly , used once in Trag. (lyr.), E. Alc. 878: compds. with ἀνα - or ὑπο - were preferred in Prose. Med. and Pass. μιμνήσκομαι, imper. - ήσκεο Il. 22.268: impf. μιμνήσκοντο 13.722 (the pres. only in later Prose, Pl. Ax. 368a, D.H. 1.13, Plu. 2.653b; μέμνημαι serving as pres. in early writers): other tenses are formed from the stem μνη - (v. μνάομαι): fut. μνήσομαι Od. 7.192, Sapph. 32; μνησθήσομαι Hdt. 6.19, E. Med. 933, etc.; also μεμνήσομαι Il. 22.390, Od. 19.581, Hdt. 8.62, E. Hipp. 1461, Pl. Phlb. 31b, etc.: aor. ἐμνησάμην, inf. μνήσασθαι Od. 4.331, Tyrt. 12.1, Hdt. 7.39; rare in Trag., as S. OT 564; μνησάσκετο Il. 11.566; Trag. also ἐμνήσθην (used by Hom. only in Od. 4.118), S. El. 373, etc.; Aeol. ἐμνάσθην Sapph. Supp. 4.11: pf. μέμνημαι, Aeol. μέμναιμαι Alc. Supp. 28.6, in Att. always in pres. sense, as also freq. in Hom.; 2 sg. μέμνηαι Il. 21.442, μέμνῃ 15.18; imper. μέμνησο, Dor. μέμνᾱσο Epich. 250, etc., Ion. μέμνεο Hdt. 5.105; subj. μέμνωμαι -ώμεθα Od. 14.168, S. OT 49; Ion. - εώμεθα Archil. (?) in PLit.Lond. 54.4; opt. μεμνῄμην Il. 24.745, - ῇτο Ar. Pl. 991 (μεμνῇο, -ῇτο shd. prob. be read for - ῷο or - οῖο, -ῷτο in X. An. 1.7.5, Cyr. 1.6.3, and μεμνοῖτο is dub. in Crates Com. 50); Ephesians 3:1-21 sg. μεμνέῳτο Il. 23.361; Dor. 3 pl. μεμναίατο Pi. Fr. 94; inf. μεμνῆσθαι; Aeol. imper. μέμναισο Sapph. Supp. 23.8; part. μεμνημένος: plpf. ἐμεμνήμην Isoc. 12.35; Ion. 3 pl. ἐμεμνέατο Hdt. 2.104:

remind oneself of a thing, call to mind:

Constr.: sts. c. acc., remember, Τυδέα δ' οὐ μέμνημαι Il. 6.222, cf. 9.527, Od. 14.168, S. OT 1057, Pl. Lg. 633d, D. 44.7; esp. with relat. clause following, μ. τὸν στόλον ὡς ἔπρηξε Hdt. 7.18; μέμνησο δ' ἀμφίβληστρον ὡς ἐκαίνισας A. Ch. 492; μ. τὸν Εὐφραῖον, οἷ' ἔπαθεν D. 9.61; also μέμνησο ἐκεῖνο, ὅτι.. X. Cyr. 2.4.25; μεμνώμεθα ταῦτα περὶ ἀμφοῖν, ὅτι.. Pl. Phlb. 31a: more freq. c. gen., φίλου μεμνήσομ' ἑταίρου Il. 22.390; τοῦ ποτε μεμνήσεσθαι ὀΐομαι Od. 19.581; οὐδὲ παῖδος οὐδὲ φίλων τοκήων οὐδὲν ἐμνάσθη Sapph. Supp. l. c., cf. Hdt. 8.62, E. Hipp. 1461, etc.; also μεμνημένος ἀμφ' Ὀδυσῆϊ Od. 4.151; ἀμφὶ Διώνυσον.. μνήσομαι h.Hom. 7.2; περὶ πομπῆς μνησόμεθα Od. 7.192: Pass., to be remembered (not in early Prose), τὰ παραπτώματα οὐ μνησθήσεται LXX Ezekiel 18:22; αἱ ἐλεημοσύναι σου ἐμνήσθησαν Acts 10:31, cf. Revelation 16:19.

2. c. inf., μέμνηντο γὰρ αἰεὶ ἀλλήλοις.. ἀλεξέμεναι Il. 17.364; μέμνησο δ' εἴκειν A. Supp. 202; μέμνησο δάκνειν, διαβάλλειν Ar. Eq. 495; μεμνήσθω ἀγαθὸς ἀνὴρ εἶναι X. An. 3.2.39; μέμνησθέ μοι μὴ θορυβεῖν Pl. Ap. 27b.

3. after Hom., c. part., θνατὰ μεμνάσθω περιστέλλων μέλη let him remember that he clothes, Pi. N. 11.15; μέμνημαι κλύων I remember hearing, A. Ag. 830; μεμνήμεθα ἐλθόντες E. Hec. 244; μ. ἀκούσας X. Cyr. 1.6.3, etc.: folld. by a relat., μέμνησ', ὅπως εὖ μοι στομώσεις αὐτόν Ar. Nu. 1107.

4. abs., ἀφ' οὗ Ἕλληνες μέμνηνται Th. 2.8, cf. 5.66: pf. part. μεμνημένος in commands, ὧδέ τις.. μεμνημένος ἀνδρὶ μαχέσθω let him fight with good heed, let him remember to fight, Il. 19.153, cf. 5.263, Hes. Op. 422, etc. II make mention of, c. gen., τῶν νῦν μοι μνῆσαι Od. 4.331; Μοῦσαι, μνησαίαθ' ὅσοι ὑπὸ Ἴλιον ἦλθον (i. e. τῶν, ὅσοι) Il. 2.492; also μνήσασθαι περί τινος Hdt. 7.39: freq. in aor. Pass. μνησθῆναι, Od. 4.118, S. Ph. 310; μνησθῆναι περί τινος Hdt. 1.36, cf. 9.45; περί τινος ἔς τινα Th. 8.47, cf. 1.10, 37, etc.; μνησθεὶς ὑπὲρ τῆς εἰρήνης D. 18.21; μ. τινὸς πρός τινα Lys. 1.19: later c. dat. pers., recall to one's memory, remind, ἐμνήσθην σοι καὶ παρόντι περί.. PLille 12.1 (iii B. C.), cf. PCair.Zen. 122.7, al. (iii B. C.): rarely c. acc., ταῦτα καὶ μακάρων ἐμέμναντ' ἀγοραί Pi. I. 8(7).29: abs., μευ μεμναμένω εἰ φιλέεις με mentioning your name to see if.., Theoc. 3.28.

III give heed to, πατρὸς καὶ μητέρος Od. 18.267; μ. βρώμης give heed to food, 10.177; ὡς μεμνέῳτο δρόμου (v.l. δρόμους) that he might give heed to the running, Il. 23.361; μ. χάρμης, δαιτός, σίτου, 4.222, Od. 20.246, Il. 24.129; μεμνᾶσθαι πολέμου τε καὶ μάχας B. 17.58; ἀοιδᾶς Pi. Fr. 94. (Aeol. μιμναίσκω (not μιμνᾴσκω) Hdn.Gr. 2.79, 178; but , Ion., Att. μιμνήσκω without ι, PCair.Zen. 15v. 35 (iii B. C., ὑπο -), Inscr.Magn. 16.27 (early ii B. C., [ ἀνα -]), SIG 704 E 18 (Delph., late ii B. C., ὑπο -), Did.in An.Ox. 1.196; cogn. with Lat. memini, etc.)

Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

μιμνήσκω

(Bl., - -, § 3, 3),

[in LXX chiefly for H2142;]

to remind: mid, and pass.;

(a) reflexive, to remind oneself of, hence, to remember: c. gen. rei, Matthew 26:75, Luke 1:54; Luke 1:72; Luke 24:8, Acts 11:16, 2 Peter 3:2, Judges 1:17; c. neg., of sins, = to forgive, Hebrews 8:12; Hebrews 10:17 (LXX); c. gen. pers., Luke 23:42; seq. ὅτι , Matthew 5:23; Matthew 27:63, Luke 16:25, John 2:17; John 2:22; John 12:16; ὡς , Luke 24:6; pf., μέμνημι , in Pres. sense (cl.), c. gen. pers. (rei), 1 Corinthians 11:2, 2 Timothy 1:4; pres., μιμνήσκομαι (only in late writers), c. gen. pers., in sense of caring for, Hebrews 2:6 (LXX) Hebrews 13:3;

(b) in passive sense, to be remembered, aor., ἐμνήσθην : seq. ἐνώπιον , c. gen. pers. (cf. Ezekiel 18:22), Acts 10:31, Revelation 16:19 (cf. ἀνα -, ἐπ -ανα -, ὑπο - μιμνήσκω . The tenses of this verb are from the older μνάομαι ).†


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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

The phrase ἐκ νεότητος, ";from youth upwards,"; as in Mark 10:20 al., is found as early as Homer (ll. xiv. 86) : cf. P Tebt II. 276.39 (astrological—ii/iii A.D.) ἀπὸ νε [ότ ]η ̣τ ̣ο ̣ς ̣, PSI VI. 685.7 (iv/A.D.) ἐν τῷ τῆς νεότ ?]ητός μου χρόνῳ, and Kaibel 322.3 τήνδ ἄρ᾽ ἐμὴν νεότητα πατὴρ Παιδέρως ἐνέγραψεν (";imaginem iuvenilem";). See also Didache iv. 9 ἀπὸ νεότητος διδάξεις τὸν φόβον τοῦ θεοῦ. As showing that νεότης (1 Timothy 4:12) may cover mature age, see Ramsay cited s.v. νέος, and cf. Iren. c. Haer. ii. 22 ";triginta annorum aetas prima indolis est iuvenis et extenditur usque ad quadragesimum annum."; MGr νιότη, ";youth.";

 

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List of Word Forms
εμνησθη εμνήσθη ἐμνήσθη εμνησθημεν εμνήσθημεν εμνήσθημέν ἐμνήσθημεν εμνησθην εμνήσθην ἐμνήσθην εμνήσθης εμνησθησαν εμνήσθησαν ἐμνήσθησαν μεμνημένοις μεμνημενος μεμνημένος μεμνησθε μέμνησθε μιμνησκεσθε μιμνήσκεσθε μιμνῄσκεσθε μιμνησκη μιμνήσκη μιμνήσκῃ μιμνῄσκῃ μιμνησκόμενοι μίσγουσι μνησθείη μνησθείς μνησθείσα μνησθή μνησθηναι μνησθήναι μνησθῆναι μνησθης μνησθής μνησθῇς μνησθήσεσθε μνησθήσεται μνησθήση μνησθησομαι μνησθήσομαι μνησθήσομαί μνησθήσονται μνησθήσονταί μνησθητε μνησθήτε μνήσθητε μνησθητι μνήσθητι μνήσθητί μνησθω μνησθώ μνησθῶ μνησθώσι μνησθώσιν emnesthe emnēsthē emnḗsthe emnḗsthē emnesthemen emnēsthēmen emnḗsthemen emnḗsthēmen emnesthen emnēsthēn emnḗsthen emnḗsthēn emnesthesan emnēsthēsan emnḗsthesan emnḗsthēsan memnemenos memneménos memnēmenos memnēménos memnesthe memnēsthe mémnesthe mémnēsthe mimneske mimnēskē mimnḗskei mimnḗskēi mimneskesthe mimnēskesthe mimnḗskesthe mnesthêis mnēsthē̂is mnesthenai mnesthênai mnēsthēnai mnēsthē̂nai mnesthes mnēsthēs mnesthesomai mnesthḗsomai mnēsthēsomai mnēsthḗsomai mnesthete mnēsthēte mnḗsthete mnḗsthēte mnestheti mnēsthēti mnḗstheti mnḗsthetí mnḗsthēti mnḗsthētí mnestho mnesthô mnēsthō mnēsthō̂
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