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Matthew 24:2

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Textus Receptus (Stephanus 1550)

G3588   ο
G1161 And δε
G2424 Jesus ιησους
G2036 said ειπεν
G846 unto them αυτοις
G3756 ye not ου
G991 See βλεπετε
G3956 all παντα
G5023 these things ταυτα
G281 verily αμην
G3004 I say λεγω
G5213 unto you υμιν
G3756 There shall not ου
G3361   μη
G863 be left αφεθη
G5602 here ωδε
G3037 one stone upon another λιθος
G1909   επι
G3037 one stone upon another λιθον
G3739 that ος
G3756 shall not ου
G3361   μη
G2647 be thrown down καταλυθησεται

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

G3037 another
G3739 that
G2647 down
G5602 here
G863 left
G281 verily
G5023 things
G991 See
G846 them
G2036 said
G2424 Jesus

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Greek-English Dictionary

Strongs: G863
Greek: ἀφίημι
Transliteration: aphiēmi
Pronunciation: af-ee'-ay-mee
Part of Speech: Verb
Bible Usage: cry forgive forsake lay aside leave let (alone be go have) omit put (send) away remit suffer yield up.

an intensive form of εἶμι eimi (to go)); to send forth in various applications

1. to send away

a. to bid going away or depart

1. of a husband divorcing his wife

b. to send forth, yield up, to expire

c. to let go, let alone, let be

1. to disregard

2. to leave, not to discuss now, (a topic) 1c

2. of teachers, writers and speakers

1. to omit, neglect

a. to let go, give up a debt, forgive, to remit

b. to give up, keep no longer

3. to permit, allow, not to hinder, to give up a thing to a person

4. to leave, go way from one

a. in order to go to another place

b. to depart from any one

c. to depart from one and leave him to himself so that all mutual claims are abandoned

d. to desert wrongfully

e. to go away leaving something behind

f. to leave one by not taking him as a companion

g. to leave on dying, leave behind one

h. to leave so that what is left may remain, leave remaining

i. abandon, leave destitute

Thayer's Greek–English Lexicon
of the New Testament 1889
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.