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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #5342 - φέρω

Transliteration
phérō
Phonetics
fer'-o
Origin
a primary verb (for which other and apparently not cognate ones are used in certain tenses only, namely, oio {oy'-o} and enegko {en-eng'-ko})
Parts of Speech
verb
TDNT
N/A
Definition
Thayer's
  1. to carry
    1. to carry some burden
      1. to bear with one's self
    2. to move by bearing; move or, to be conveyed or borne, with the suggestion of force or speed
      1. of persons borne in a ship over the sea
      2. of a gust of wind, to rush
      3. of the mind, to be moved inwardly, prompted
    3. to bear up i.e. uphold (keep from falling)
      1. of Christ, the preserver of the universe
  2. to bear, i.e. endure, to endure the rigour of a thing, to bear patiently one's conduct, or spare one (abstain from punishing or destroying)
  3. to bring, bring to, bring forward
    1. to move to, apply
    2. to bring in by announcing, to announce
    3. to bear i.e. bring forth, produce; to bring forward in a speech
    4. to lead, conduct
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 935 ‑ בּוֹא (bo);  2734 ‑ חָרָה (khaw‑raw');  2986 ‑ יָבַל (yaw‑bal');  3051 ‑ יָהַב (yaw‑hab');  3287 ‑ יָעֵף (yaw‑afe');  3318 ‑ יָצָא (yaw‑tsaw');  3381 ‑ יָרַד (yaw‑rad');  3557 ‑ כּוּל (kool);  3559 ‑ כּוּן (koon);  3947 ‑ לָקַח (law‑kakh');  5066 ‑ נָגַשׁ (naw‑gash');  5068 ‑ נָדַב (naw‑dab');  5086 ‑ נָדַף (naw‑daf');  5130 ‑ נוּף (noof);  5312 ‑ נְפַק (nef‑ak');  5375 ‑ נָסָה (naw‑saw', naw‑saw');  5414 ‑ נָתַן (naw‑than');  5591 ‑ סַעַר (sah'‑ar, seh‑aw‑raw');  5674 ‑ עָבַר (aw‑bar');  5844 ‑ עָטָה (aw‑taw');  5927 ‑ עָלָה (aw‑law');  6213 ‑ עָשָׂה (aw‑saw');  6437 ‑ פָּנָה (paw‑naw');  7725 ‑ שׁוּב (shoob);  7857 ‑ שָׁטַף (shaw‑taf');  7971 ‑ שָׁלַח (shaw‑lakh');  
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
  3. Parsing
KJV (65)
Matthew
4
Mark
13
Luke
4
John
18
Acts
9
Romans
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
6
1 Peter
1
2 Peter
5
2 John
1
Revelation
2
NAS (67)
Matthew
6
Mark
15
Luke
4
John
17
Acts
10
Romans
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
4
1 Peter
1
2 Peter
5
2 John
1
Revelation
2
HCS (61)
Matthew
3
Mark
14
Luke
4
John
14
Acts
10
Romans
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
5
1 Peter
1
2 Peter
5
2 John
1
Revelation
2
BSB (66)
Matthew
4
Mark
15
Luke
4
John
17
Acts
10
Romans
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
5
1 Peter
1
2 Peter
5
2 John
1
Revelation
2
ESV (56)
Matthew
4
Mark
11
Luke
4
John
15
Acts
9
Romans
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
5
1 Peter
1
2 Peter
3
Revelation
2
WEB (66)
Matthew
4
Mark
13
Luke
4
John
18
Acts
10
Romans
1
2 Timothy
1
Hebrews
6
1 Peter
1
2 Peter
5
2 John
1
Revelation
2
Verse Results
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

φέρω

(Locr. φάρω [ ], IG 9(1).334.5 (Oeanthea, v. B.C.)), only pres. and impf. (late 1 aor. 3 pl. ἤφεραν IG 3.1379), Il. 21.458, etc.: forms, 2 pl. imper. φέρτε Il. 9.171; 2 sg. subj. φέρῃσθα Call. Dian. 144; 3 sg. subj. φέρῃσι Il. 18.308, Od. 5.164, al.; inf. φερέμεν Il. 9.411, al.: impf. ἔφερον, φέρον 3.245; also φέρεσκε, φέρεσκον (3 pl.), Od. 9.429, 10.108.

II fut. οἴσω Il. 7.82, etc.; Dor. οἰσῶ Theoc. 3.11; 1 pl. οἰσεῦμες Id. 15.133; 3 pl. ηοίσοντι Tab.Heracl. 1.150: the foll. act. forms are not fut. in sense, imper. οἶσε Od. 22.106, 481, Ar. Ach. 1099, 1101, 1122, Ra. 482; οἰσέτω Il. 19.173, Od. 8.255; 3 pl. οἰσόντων Antim. 15; inf. οἴσειν Pi. P. 4.102, οἰσέμεν Od. 3.429, οἰσέμεναι Il. 3.120, Od. 8.399, etc.: aor. 1 inf. οἶσαι Ph. 1.611 codd. (ἀν-οῖσαι is prob. in Hdt. 1.157): Med., fut. οἴσομαι Il. 22.217, S. El. 969, etc. (in pass. sense, E. Or. 440, X. Oec. 18.6; so Dor. οἰσεῖται Archim. Fluit. 1.7, al.): fut. Pass. οἰσθήσομαι D. 44.45, Arist. Ph. 205a13, Archim. Fluit. 1.3, al., (ἐξ-) E. Supp. 561: Pass., pf. προοῖσται Luc. Par. 2; cf. οἰστέον, οἰστός (ἀν-οιστός).

III from ἐνεγκ- (not found in Hom. or Hdt., exc. as v.l. in Il. 19.194, but in Pi. O. 13.66, I. 8(7).21, (προς-) Id. P. 9.36, also B. 16.62, and normal in Att. and Trag., also in codd. Hp., Epid. 1.1.2, al.) come aor. 1 ἤνεγκα, and aor. 2 ἤνεγκον: — Indic., 1 sg. ἤνεγκον S. OC 521 (lyr.), 964, Ar. Ra. 1299, Th. 742, Lys. 944, (δι-) Isoc. 18.59, but ἤνεγκα S. El. 13, E. Ion 38, Aeschin. 2.4, and in compos. with Preps.; 2 sg. always ἤνεγκας Ar. Av. 540 (lyr.), (ἐξ-) S. Tr. 741 (in Ar. Th. 742, δέκα μῆνας αὔτ' ἐγὼ ἤνεγκον is answd. by ἤνεγκας σύ;); 3 sg. ἤνεγκε, common to both forms; dual δι-ηνεγκάτην Pl. Lg. 723b; pl. always ἠνέγκαμεν, -ατε, -αν (3 pl. ἀπ-ήνενκαν IG 22.1620.37, al., once ἀπ-ήνεγκον ib. 1414.2; δι-ηνέγκομεν is f.l. in X. Oec. 9.8): imper., 2 sg. ἔνεγκε E. Heracl. 699, Ar. Eq. 110, X. Mem. 3.6.9 (ἔνεγκον cj. Pors. in Anaxipp. 8); 3 sg. ἐνεγκάτω Ar. Pax 1149 (troch.), Th. 238, Pl. Phd. 116d, (προς-) X. Smp. 5.2; but ἐξ-ενεγκέτω IG 12.63.33, 76.61; Dor. 3 pl. ἐνεγκόντω ib.5 (1).26.16 (Amyclae, ii/i B. C.); 2 pl. ἐξ-ενέγκατε Ar. Ra. 847: subj. ἐνέγκω common to both forms: opt., 1 sg. ἐνέγκαιμι E. Hipp. 393, Pl. Cri. 43c: 3 sg. ἐνέγκαι (cod.A, but -κοι cod.Laur.) S. Tr. 774, but ἐνέγκοι Id. Fr. 84 (anap.), Pl. R. 330a, (ξυν-) Th. 6.20, etc.; 2 pl. ἐνέγκαιτε (ἐνέγκατε codd.) E. Heracl. 751 (lyr.): inf. ἐνεγκεῖν A. Supp. 766, S. OC 1599, IG 22.40.18, etc., (προς-) Pi. P. 9.36, Hp. VM 15; Hellenistic ἐνέγκαι Arist. Oec. 1349a27 (εἰς-), PAmh. 2.30.35 (ii B. C.), Mark 2:4 (προς-), etc., found also in codd. Hp., Aff. 3 (προς-), Nat.Mul. 19 (δι-): part. ἐνεγκών Pi. I. 8(7).21, S. El. 692, Th. 6.56, etc., ἐνέγκας IG 22.1361.21 (εἰς-), 333.4, D. 49.51 (and later, Demetr.Com.Nov. 1.10 (εἰς-), Arist. Oec. 1351a14, etc.; in X. we find ἐξ-ενεγκόντες Mem. 1.2.53, and δι-ενεγκοῦσα, συν-ενεγκόντες, vv. ll. in ib. 2.2.5, An. 6.5.6): Med., only ἠνεγκάμην, Ar. Ec. 76 (ἐξ-), etc. (exc. imper. ἐνεγκοῦ S. OC 470); 2 sg. ἠνέγκω E. Supp. 583, X. Oec. 7.13; 3 sg. ἠνέγκατο S. Tr. 462, Pl. R. 406b, etc.; 1 pl. ἠνεγκάμεθα Id. Ion 530b, (προ-) Phlb. 57a; inf. εἰς-ενέγκασθαι Isoc. 15.188: part. ἐνεγκάμενος Aeschin. 1.131, (ἀπ-) X. Ages. 6.2. from ἐνεικ- comes aor. 1 ἤνεικα, found mostly in Ion. (but not in codd. Hp.), and Lyr., also at Cos (v. infr.) and implied elsewh. in pass. forms (v. infr. v): the endings are those of aor. 1, exc. in imper. ἔνεικε Od. 21.178, inf. ἐνεικέμεν (v.l. ἐνεγκέμεν) Il. 19.194, ἐνείκην (v. infr.), and part. μετ-ενεικών, ἐξενικοῦσι (v. infr.), cf. συνενείκομαι: — 1 sg. ἀν-ένεικα Od. 11.625; 2 sg. ἀπ-ένεικας Il. 14.255; 3 sg. ἤνεικε Od. 18.300, al., Hdt. 2.146, ἔνεικε Il. 15.705, al.; 1 pl. ἐνείκαμεν Od. 24.43; 3 pl. ἤνεικαν Hdt. 3.30, ἔνεικαν Il. 9.306; imper. 2 sg. ἔνεικον Anacr. 62.3; 2 pl., ἐνείκατε Od. 8.393; 3 pl. ἐνεικάντων Schwyzer 688 B 3 (Chios, v B. C.); inf. ἐνεῖκαι Il. 18.334, Pi. P. 9.53, Hdt. 1.32; ἐνεικέμεν (v. supr.); Aeol. ἐνείκην Alc. Oxy. 1788 Fr. 15ii 20; part. ἐνείκας Il. 17.39, (ἀν-) Hdt. 2.23; μετ-ενεικών Abh.Berl.Akad. 1928(6).22 (Cos, iii B. C.): Med., 3 sg. ἀν-ενείκατο Il. 19.314; 3 pl. ἠνείκαντο 9.127, Hdt. 1.57, (ἐς-) 7.152; part. ἐνεικάμενος Alc. 35.4.

2. aor. 1 ἤνῐκα is found in the foll. dialect forms: 3 sg. ἤνικε IG 42(1).121.110 (Epid., iv B. C.); ἤνικεν SIG 239 B i11 (Delph., iv B. C.); ἀν-ήνικε IG 4.757 A 12, al. (Troezen, ii B. C.); ἀπ-ήνικε ib.42(1).103.16, al. (Epid., iv B. C.); but ἤνῑκε is prob. written for ἤνεικε in IG 4.801.3 (Troezen, vi B. C.); 1 pl. ἀν-ηνίκαμες [ ] GDI 3591b21 (Calymna); 3 pl. ἤνικαν SIG 239 B i 17 (Delph., iv B. C.), IG 12(2).15.15 (Mytil., iii B. C.); 3 sg. subj. ἐνίκει Berl.Sitzb. 1927.161 (Cyrene); ἐς-ενίκη, and inf. ἐς-ένικαι, IG 12(2).645b43,39 (Nesus, iv B. C.); part. (dat. pl.) ἐξ-ενικοῦσι IG 4.823.49 (Troezen, iv B. C.); so in later Gr., εἰς-ήνικα Supp.Epigr. 7.381,382 (Dura-Europos, iii A. D.); ἤνιγκα ib.383 (ibid., iii A. D.): Med., part. ἐξ-ε[νικ]άμενος IG 12 (2).526a5 (Eresus, iv B. C.). Boeot. aor. 1 in 3 pl. εἴνιξαν IG 7.2418.24 (Thebes, iv B. C.); 1 sg. ἤνειγξα Hdn.Gr.2.374. other tenses: pf. ἐνήνοχα D. 21.108, 22.62, (ἐξ-) Luc. Pr.Im. 15, 17, (μετ-) Pl. Criti. 113a, (συν-) v. l. in X. Mem. 3.5.22: Pass., fut. ἐνεχθήσομαι Arist. Ph. 205b12, Archim. Fluit. 2.2, al., (ἐπ-) Th. 7.56, (κατ-) Isoc. 13.19: aor. ἠνέχθην X. An. 4.7.12 and freq. in compds.; Ion. ἀπ-ηνείχθην Hdt. 1.66, etc.; (περι-) ib. 84; 3 pl. written ἠνείχτθησαν in Schwyzer 707 B 9 (Ephesus, vi B. C.); Dor. part. ἐξ-ενειχθείς IG 42(1).121.115 (Epid., iv B. C.); Hellenistic ἐνεγχθείς PCair.Zen. 327.42 (iii B. C.), (συμπερι-) IPE 12.32 A 31,78, B 70 (Olbia, iii B. C.); in dialects, 3 sg. indic. ἀπ-ηνίχθη IG 42(1).103.111 (Epid., iv B. C.); 3 sg. subj. ἐξενιχθῇ ib.12(5).593 A 23 (Ceos, v B. C.), Abh.Berl.Akad. 1928(6).21 (Cos, iii B. C.); Boeot. ἐν-ενιχθεῖ IG 7.3172.150 (Thespiae, iii B. C.); part. (neut.) ἐπ-ενιχθέν Abh.Berl.Akad. 1928(6).53 (Telos, iv B. C., ined.); Att. pf. ἐνήνεγμαι, ἐνήνεκται Pl. R. 584d, εἰς-ενήνεκται E. Ion 1340; ἀν-ενήνεγκται IG 12.91.4; ἐπαν-ενήνειγκται ib.22.1607a7; Ion. ἐξ-ενηνειγμένος Hdt. 8.37; Att. plpf. προς-ενήνεκτο X. HG 4.3.20; part. κατ-, μετ-ενηνεγμένος Plb. 10.30.2, Str. 13.1.12. (With φέρω cf. Lat. fero, O E. beran, Skt. bhárati 'bear'; οἴσω is of uncertain origin; ἐνεγκ- is prob. redupl. ἐγκ- (ἐνεκ- in Pass. forms and in δουρηνεκής, etc.), cogn. with Skt. náśati 'attain,' Lat. nanciscor, Lith. nèšti 'carry, bear'; ἐνεικ- (ἐνῐκ-) is of uncertain origin; the glosses ἐνέεικαν· ἤνεγκαν, and ἐνεείκω· ἐνέγκω (Hsch.) are not corroborated.)

Act.,

I bear or carry a load, ἐν ταλάροισι φέρον μελιηδέα καρπόν Il. 18.568; μέγα ἔργον, ὃ οὐ δύο γ' ἄνδρε φέροιεν 5.303; ἦγον μὲν μῆλα, φέρον δ' εὐήνορα οἶνον Od. 4.622; χοάς A. Ch. 15; φ. ἐπ' ὤμοις S. Tr. 564; χερσὶν φ. Id. Ant. 429; φ. ὅπλα βραχίονι E. Hec. 14; bear (as a device) on one's shield, A. Th. 559, etc.; γαστέρι κοῦρον φ., of a pregnant woman, Il. 6.59; φ. ὑπὸ ζώνην or ζώνης ὕπο, A. Ch. 1000(992), E. Hec. 762: in Trag. stronger than ἔχω, ἁγνὰς αἵματος χεῖρας φ. to have hands clean from blood, E. Hipp. 316 (v.l. φορεῖς) ; ἀλαὸν ὄμμα φέρων Id. Ph. 1531 (lyr.); γλῶσσαν εὔφημον φ. A. Ch. 581, cf. Supp. 994; καλὸν φ. στόμα S. Fr. 930 codd. (nisi leg. φορῇ) ; ἄψοφον βάσιν φ. Id. Tr. 967 (lyr.).

II bear, convey, with collat. notion of motion, freq. in Hom., πῇ δὴ.. τόξα φέρεις; Od. 21.362; πρόσω φ. ib. 369; εἴσω φέρω σ' ἐντεῦθεν Ar. V. 1444, cf. Pl. Lg. 914b; πόδες φέρον Il. 6.514; πέδιλα τά μιν φέρον 24.341, etc.; of horses, 2.838; ἵππω.. ἅρμα οἴσετον 5.232, etc.; of ships, Od. 16.323, cf. Il. 9.306; τὰ σώματα τῶν ζῴων συνέστηκεν ἐκ τοῦ φέροντος καὶ τοῦ φερομένου Diocl. Fr. 17. of persons, bring to bear, μένος or μένος χειρῶν ἰθύς τινος φέρειν hurl one's strength right upon or against him, Il. 16.602, 5.506; φ. τὴν ὀργήν, τὴν αἰτίαν ἐπί τινα, Plb. 21.31.8, 33.11.2. lead, direct, τὴν πόλιν Plu. Lu 6.

2. of wind, bear along, [ πνοιὴ Ζεφύρου] φ. νῆάς τε καὶ αὐτούς Od. 10.26; [ σχεδίην] ἄνεμοι φέρον ἔνθα καὶ ἔνθα 5.330, cf. 4.516, Il. 19.378, etc.; ἐπέλασσε φέρων ἄνεμος Od. 3.300, 7.277, cf. 5.111, etc.: abs., ὁ βορέας ἔξω τοῦ Πόντου εἰς τὴν Ἑλλάδα φέρει is fair for Greece, X. An. 5.77: metaph., ὅπῃ ἂν ὁ λόγος ὥσπερ πνεῦμα φ. Pl. R. 394d; φ. τινὰ φρένες δύσαρκτοι A. Ch. 1023, cf. Th. 687 (lyr.): Pass., v. infr. B.

III endure, suffer, λυγρά Od. 18.135; ἄτην Hdt. 1.32; χαλινόν, ζυγόν, A. Ag. 1066, 1226; πημονάς, τύχας, Id. Pers. 293, E. Or. 1024; ξυμφοράς Th. 2.60; τὰς οὐ προσηκούσας ἁμαρτίας Antipho 3.2.10; also of food, ἐσθίουσι πλείω ἢ δύνανται φ. X. Cyr. 8.2.21; of strong wine, bear, admit, καὶ τὰ τρία φέρων καλῶς, i.e. three parts of water, instead of ἴσον ἴσῳ, Ar. Eq. 1188, cf. Ach. 354; so

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φέρω ,

[in LXX chiefly for H935. hi., also for H5375, etc.;]

to bear;

1. to bear, carry: c. acc, Luke 23:26; Luke 24:1, John 19:39, Hebrews 1:3 (v. Westc., in l); pass., Acts 2:2; Acts 27:15; Acts 27:17 Hebrews 6:1, 2 Peter 1:17-18; of the mind, 2 Peter 1:21.

2. to bear, endure: c. acc rei, Hebrews 12:20; Hebrews 13:13; c. acc pers., Romans 9:22.

3. to bring, bring forward: c. acc pers., Acts 5:16; id. seq. πρός , Mark 1:32; Mark 2:3; Mark 9:17; Mark 9:19-20; ἐπί , Luke 5:18; c. dat., Mark 7:32; Mark 8:22; c. acc rei, Mark 6:27; Mark 11:2; Mark 12:15, Luke 15:23, Acts 4:34; Acts 4:37; Acts 5:2, 2 Timothy 4:13; id. seq. πρός , Mark 11:7; εἰς , Revelation 21:24; Revelation 21:26; ἐπί , Matthew 14:11, Mark 6:28; ἀπό , John 21:10; c. dat., Mark 12:15, John 2:8; id. seq. ὧδε , Matthew 14:18; Matthew 17:17; seq. φαγεῖν (sc. τι ), John 4:33; τ . δάκτυλον (χεῖρα ), John 20:27; pass., ἡ χάρις , 1 Peter 1:13; διδαχήν , 2 John 1:10; θάνατον (cf. Field, Notes, 230), Hebrews 9:16; κρίσιν , 2 Peter 2:11; κατηγορίαν , John 18:29; αἰτίαν , Acts 25:18; αἰτιώματα , Acts 25:7, Rec.

4. to bear, produce, bring forth: καρπόν , Matthew 7:18, Mark 4:8, John 12:24; John 15:2; John 15:4-5; John 15:8; John 15:16.

5. to bring, lead: Mark 15:22, John 21:18, Acts 14:13; metaph., of a gate (ὁδός , cl.), Seq. εἰς , Acts 12:10

(cf. ἀνα -, ἀπο -, δια -, εἰσ -, παρ -εισ -, ἐκ -, ἐπι -, κατα -, -παρα -, περι -, προ -, προσ -, συν -, ὑπο -φέρω ).†

SYN: φορέω G5409, which expresses habitual and continuous bearing as distinct from (φέρω ) that which is accidental and temporary (cf. Matthew 11:8, al., s.v. φορέω , and v. Tr., Syn., § lviii).

οἴσω , see φέρω ,


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(1) ";guard,"; ";protect"; : P Par 66.22 (i/B.C.) πρεσβύτεροι οἱ τὰ χώματα καὶ περιχώματα φυλάσσοντες, P Oxy VI. 924.1 (iv/A.D.) ̣μ ̣ ̣ν ̣ φυλάξῃς καὶ συντηρήσῃς Ἀρίας ἀπὸ τοῦ ἐπιημερινοῦ (l. Ἀρίαν. . . τῆς ἐφημερινῆς) φρικός, ";verily guard and protect Aria from ague by day"; (Edd.).

(2) ";keep,"; ";observe"; : Cagnat IV. 661.13 (A.D. 85) τοῦτο δὲ τὸ ψήφισμα νενομοθετῆσθαι τῷ αἰῶνι τῆς Ῥωμαίων ἡγεμονίας φυλαχθησόμενον (cf. Act. 7:53, al.), P Ryl II. 177.11 (A.D. 246) τὸ δὲ ὑπηλλαγμένον [ἥμισυ μέρος οἰκίας φυ ]λάξομ (εν) ἀνεξαλλοτρίωτον, ";the mortgaged half share of the house we will preserve unalienated"; (Edd.).Cf. also P Ryl II.116.20 (A.D.194) λόγου μοι φυλασσομένου περὶ ὧν ἔχω δικαίων πάντων, ";account being kept of all my claims"; (Edd.), ib. 86.8 (A.D. 195) λόγου φυλασσομένου τῇ πόλει π ̣ε ̣[ρ ]ι ̣, [ο ] ̣[ ]χει παντὸς δ ̣[ικαίο ]υ ̣, ";without prejudice to any right claimed by the city"; (Edd.).

The verb is common of observing the duties of marriage, e.g. P Oxy VI. 905.9 (A.D. 170) συμβιούτωσαν [οὖν ἀλλήλοις οἱ γ ]αμοῦντες φυλάσσοντες τὰ τοῦ γάμου δίκαια, and so ib. X.1273.23 (A.D.260), XII.1473.11 (A.D. 201).

With φ. ἀπό, as in Luk. 12:15, cf. P Lond IV. 1349.35 (A.D. 710) παραφυλάξαι δ ̣ι [ ] τ ̣[ῆς ] διοικήσεως σου ἀπὸ τῶν προσφευγόντων ἐν αὐτῇ φυγάδω [ν : cf. Blass Gr. p. 87 f.

 

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ενεγκαι ενέγκαι ἐνέγκαι ενέγκαισαν ενέγκαντες ενέγκαντος ενεγκας ενέγκας ἐνέγκας Ενεγκατε ενέγκατε Ἐνέγκατε ενεγκάτωσαν ένεγκέ ενεγκειν ενεγκείν ἐνεγκεῖν ενέγκη ενέγκητέ ένεγκόν ενέγκωσι ενέγκωσιν ενεχθεισαν ενεχθείσαν ἐνεχθεῖσαν ενεχθεισης ενεχθείσης ἐνεχθείσης ενεχθέντος ενεχθήναι ενήνοχα ενήνοχά ενήνοχε ενήνοχεν έφερε εφερεν έφερεν ἔφερεν εφερομεθα εφερόμεθα ἐφερόμεθα εφερον έφερον ἔφερον εφεροντο εφέροντο ἐφέροντο ηνεγκα ήνεγκα ήνεγκά ἤνεγκα ηνέγκαμεν ηνεγκαν ήνεγκαν ἤνεγκαν ήνεγκας ήνεγκάς ηνέγκατε ήνεγκε ηνεγκεν ήνεγκεν ἤνεγκεν ηνεχθη ηνέχθη ἠνέχθη ηνέχθησαν οισει οίσει οἴσει οίσεις οίσετε οίσομεν οίσουσι οισουσιν οίσουσιν οἴσουσιν οίσω ποιεῖν Φερε Φέρε φερει φέρει φερειν φέρειν φερεσθαι φέρεσθαι φερετε φέρετε Φέρετέ φερη φέρη φέρῃ φερητε φέρητε φερομένη φερομενην φερομένην φερομενης φερομένης φερομενοι φερόμενοι φερόμενον φερόμενος φερομένου φερομένους φερομένω φερον φέρον φέροντα φέροντας φεροντες φέροντες φερόντων φερουμενα φέρουσα φερουσαι φέρουσαι φερουσαν φέρουσαν φερούσης φέρουσι φερουσιν φέρουσιν φέρω φερωμεθα φερώμεθα φερων φέρων φέρωσιν enechthe enéchthe ēnechthē ēnéchthē enechtheisan enechtheîsan enechtheises enechtheisēs enechtheíses enechtheísēs enenka ēnenka ḗnenka enenkai enénkai enenkan ēnenkan ḗnenkan enenkas enénkas Enenkate Enénkate enenken ēnenken ḗnenken epheren épheren epherometha epherómetha epheron épheron epheronto ephéronto oisei oísei oisousin oísousin Phere pherē Phére pherei phérei phérēi pherein phérein pheresthai phéresthai pherete pherēte phérete Phéreté phérēte pheromenen pheromenēn pheroménen pheroménēn pheromenes pheromenēs pheroménes pheroménēs pheromenoi pherómenoi pherometha pherōmetha pherṓmetha pheron pherōn phéron phérōn pherontes phérontes pherousai phérousai pherousan phérousan pherousin phérousin poiein poieîn
Old / New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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