the Week of Proper 21 / Ordinary 26
Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #1229 - διαγγέλλω
- to carry a message through, announce everywhere, through places, through assemblies of men etc.
- to publish abroad, declare
fut. -ελῶ: aor. διήγγειλα X. An. 1.6.2: — give notice by a messenger, c. dat., Th. 7.73, X. l.c., etc.; δ. εἰς.. Id. Mem. 3.11.3; πρός τινα Philipp. ap. D. 12.16: generally, noise abroad, proclaim, δ. ὅτι.. Pi. N. 5.3; τι E. Hel. 436, Pl. Prt. 317a: c. inf., order to do, E. IA 353: — Med., pass the word of command from man to man, X. An. 3.4.36.
διαγγέλλω; 2 aorist passive διηγγελην; from Pindar down; to carry a message through, announce everywhere, through places, through assemblies of men, etc.; to publish abroad, declare, (see διά, C. 8): τί, Luke 9:60; Acts 21:26 (διαγγέλλων, namely, to all who were in the temple and were knowing to the affair); with the addition ἐν πάσῃ τῇ γῆ, Romans 9:17 from Exodus 9:16. (Leviticus 25:9; Joshua 6:10; Psalm 2:7; (Psalm 58:13
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δι -αγγέλω ,
[in LXX for H5608 pi., etc.;]
to publish abroad, proclaim: c. acc, Luke 9:60, Acts 21:26, Romans 9:17 (LXX).†
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