παραλύω

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Forms of the word
Dictionary: 
παραλύω
Greek transliteration: 
paralyō
Simplified transliteration: 
paralyo
Principal Parts: 
-, -, -, παραλέλυμαι, -
Numbers
Strong's number: 
3886
GK Number: 
4168
Statistics
Frequency in New Testament: 
5
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
cv-1a(4)
Gloss: 
(pass.) to be paralyzed, disabled; (n.) paralytic
Definition: 
to unloose from proper fixity, or consistency of substance; to enervate or paralyze the body or limbs; pass. to be enervated or enfeebled, Heb. 12:12; pass. perf. part. παραλελυμένος, paralytic, Lk. 5:18, 24

Greek-English Concordance for

Luke 5:18 that there were men carrying on a stretcher a man who was paralyzed (paralelymenos | παραλελυμένος | perf pass ptcp nom sg masc). They were trying to bring him in and place him before Jesus.
Luke 5:24 But that you may know that the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins” — he said to the paralyzed (paralelymenō | παραλελυμένῳ | perf pass ptcp dat sg masc) man, “I say to you, get up, and when you have picked up your stretcher, go home.”
Acts 8:7 For many of those who had unclean spirits, crying with a loud voice, came out; and many paralyzed (paralelymenoi | παραλελυμένοι | perf pass ptcp nom pl masc) and lame were healed.
Acts 9:33 And he found there a man named Aeneas, bedridden for eight years, who was paralyzed (paralelymenos | παραλελυμένος | perf pass ptcp nom sg masc).
Hebrews 12:12 Therefore strengthen your drooping hands and weakened (paralelymena | παραλελυμένα | perf pass ptcp acc pl neut) knees