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Acts 12:4

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Textus Receptus (Stephanus 1550)

G3739 when he ον
G2532 And και
G4084 had apprehended πιασας
G5087 put εθετο
G1519 in εις
G5438 prison φυλακην
G3860 delivered παραδους
G5064 to four τεσσαρσιν
G5069 quaternions τετραδιοις
G4757 of soldiers στρατιωτων
G5442 to keep φυλασσειν
G846 him αυτον
G1014 intending βουλομενος
G3326 after μετα
G3588 to the το
G3957 Easter πασχα
G321 forth αναγαγειν
G846 him αυτον
G3588 to the τω
G2992 people λαω

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

G4084 apprehended
G846 him
G846 him
G5438 prison
G3860 delivered
G846 him
G5064 four
G5069 quaternions
G4757 soldiers
G5442 keep
G846 him
G1014 intending
G3326 after
G3957 Easter
G846 him
G321 forth
G2992 people

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Greek-English Dictionary

Strongs: G5087
Greek: τίθημι
Transliteration: tithēmi
Pronunciation: tith'-ay-mee
Part of Speech: Verb
Bible Usage: + advise appoint bow commit conceive give X-(idiom) kneel down lay (aside down up) make ordain purpose put set (forth) settle sink down.

to place (in the widest application literally and figuratively; properly in a passive or horizontal posture and thus different from G2476 which properly denotes an upright and active position while G2749 is properly reflexive and utterly prostrate)

1. to set, put, place

a. to place or lay

b. to put down, lay down

1. to bend down

2. to lay off or aside, to wear or carry no longer

3. to lay by, lay aside money

c. to set on (serve) something to eat or drink

d. to set forth, something to be explained by discourse

2. to make

a. to make (or set) for one's self or for one's use

3. to set, fix establish

a. to set forth

b. to establish, ordain

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