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διαμένω

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Forms of the word
Dictionary: 
διαμένω
Greek transliteration: 
diamenō
Simplified transliteration: 
diameno
Principal Parts: 
(διέμενον), -, διέμεινα, διαμεμένηκα, -, -
Numbers
Strong's number: 
1265
GK Number: 
1373
Statistics
Frequency in New Testament: 
5
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
cv-1c(2)
Gloss: 
to remain (constantly)
Definition: 
to continue throughout; to continue, be permanent, or unchanged, Lk. 1:22; Gal. 2:5; Heb. 1:11; 2 Pet. 3:4; to continue, remain constant, Lk. 22:28

Greek-English Concordance for

Luke 1:22 When he came out, he was not able to speak to them; and they realized that he had seen a vision in the temple (he kept gesturing to them and remained (diemenen | διέμενεν | imperf act ind 3 sg) mute).
Luke 22:28 You are the ones who have stayed (diamemenēkotes | διαμεμενηκότες | perf act ptcp nom pl masc) with me in my trials.
Galatians 2:5 but to them we did not yield in submission even for a moment, so that the truth of the gospel would be preserved (diameinē | διαμείνῃ | aor act subj 3 sg) for you.
Hebrews 1:11 They will perish; but you continue (diameneis | διαμένεις | pres act ind 2 sg). And all of them like a garment will wear out,
2 Peter 3:4 and saying, “Where is the promise of his coming? For ever since our fathers fell asleep, everything has (diamenei | διαμένει | pres act ind 3 sg) gone (diamenei | διαμένει | pres act ind 3 sg) along (diamenei | διαμένει | pres act ind 3 sg) as it has from the beginning of creation.”