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Acts 12:1

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Textus Receptus (Stephanus 1550)

G2596 about κατ
G1565 that εκεινον
G1161 Now δε
G3588 the τον
G2540 time καιρον
G1911 stretched forth επεβαλεν
G2264 Herod ηρωδης
G3588 the ο
G935 king βασιλευς
G3588 the τας
G5495 his hands χειρας
G2559 to vex κακωσαι
G5100 certain τινας
G3588 the των
G575 of απο
G3588 the της
G1577 church εκκλησιας

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

G2596 about
G1565 that
G2540 time
G2264 Herod
G935 king
G1911 forth
G5495 hands
G5100 certain
G1577 church

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Greek-English Dictionary

Strongs: G2596
Greek: κατά
Transliteration: kata
Pronunciation: kat-ah'
Part of Speech: Preposition
Bible Usage: about according as (to) after against (when they were) X-(idiom) alone among and X-(idiom) apart (even like) as (concerning pertaining to touching) X-(idiom) aside at before beyond by to the charge of [charita-] bly concerning + covered [dai-] ly down every (+ far more) exceeding X-(idiom) more excellent for from . . . to godly in (-asmuch divers every -to respect of) . . . by after the manner of + by any means beyond (out of) measure X-(idiom) mightily more X-(idiom) natural of (up-) on (X part) out (of every) over against (+ your) X-(idiom) own + particularly so through (-oughout -oughout every) thus (un-) to (-gether -ward) X-(idiom) uttermost where (-by) with. In composition it retains many of these applications and frequently denotes opposition distribution or intensity .

(preposition) down (in place or time) in varied relations (according to the case [genitive dative or accusative] with which it is joined)

1. down from, through out

2. according to, toward, along

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