Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #2634 - κατακυριεύω
- to bring under one's power, to subject one's self, to subdue, master
- to hold in subjection, to be master of, exercise lordship over
1. gain or exercise complete dominion, LXX Psalms 71:8(72).8.
2. κ. τινός gain dominion over, gain possession of, ib. Ps. 9.26 (10.5), 1 Peter 5:3; [ πλοίου ] D.S. 14.64.
κατακυριεύω; 1 aorist participle κατακυριεύσας; (κατά (which see III. 3) under);
a. to bring under one's power, to subject to oneself, to subdue, master: τίνος, Acts 19:18 (Diodorus 14,64; for כָּבַשׁ Genesis 1:28; Sir. 17:4).
b. to hold in subjection, to be master of, exercise lordship over: τίνος, Matthew 20:25; Mark 10:42; 1 Peter 5:3; (of the benign government of God, Jeremiah 3:14).
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κατα -κυριεύω ,
[in LXX: Genesis 1:28 (H3533), Psalms 110:2 Sirach 17:4, al.;]
to gain or exercise dominion (over);
(a) absol. (Arist.);
(b) c. gen. (Arist., al.): Matthew 20:25, Mark 10:42, Acts 19:16, 1 Peter 5:3.†
SYN.: (κατεξουσιάζω G2715) (v. Swete, Mk., l.c.).
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