περιπατέω

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Forms of the word
Dictionary: 
περιπατέω
Greek transliteration: 
peripateō
Simplified transliteration: 
peripateo
Principal Parts: 
(περιεπάτουν), περιπατήσω, περιεπάτησα, -, -, -
Numbers
Strong's number: 
4043
GK Number: 
4344
Statistics
Frequency in New Testament: 
95
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
cv-1d(2a)
Gloss: 
to walk (around); to live, conduct one's life
Definition: 
pluperfect, περι(ε)πεπατήκει (3 sg), to walk, walk about, Mt. 9:5; 11:5; 14:25, 26, 29; to rove, roam, 1 Pet. 5:8; with μετά, to accompany, follow, Jn. 6:66; Rev. 3:4; to walk, frequent a locality, Jn. 7:1; 11:54; from the Hebrew, to maintain a certain walk of life and conduct, Gal. 5:16; Eph. 2:10

Greek-English Concordance for

Matthew 4:18 As he was walking (peripatōn | περιπατῶν | pres act ptcp nom sg masc) by the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon who was called Peter and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea, for they were fishermen.
Matthew 9:5 For which is easier; to say, ‘Your sins are forgiven,’ or to say, ‘Stand up and walk’ (peripatei | περιπάτει | pres act imperative 2 sg)?
Matthew 11:5 the blind receive their sight and the lame walk (peripatousin | περιπατοῦσιν | pres act ind 3 pl), lepers are cleansed and the deaf hear, the dead are raised and the poor are being told the good news.
Matthew 14:25 And in the fourth watch of the night he came to them, walking (peripatōn | περιπατῶν | pres act ptcp nom sg masc) on the sea.
Matthew 14:26 When the disciples saw him walking (peripatounta | περιπατοῦντα | pres act ptcp acc sg masc) on the sea, they were frightened and said, “It is a ghost!” And they cried out in fear.
Matthew 14:29 And he said, “Come!” So Peter got out of the boat, stepped (periepatēsen | περιεπάτησεν | aor act ind 3 sg) out on the water and headed toward Jesus.
Matthew 15:31 So the crowd was astonished when they saw the mute speaking, the crippled restored, the lame walking (peripatountas | περιπατοῦντας | pres act ptcp acc pl masc), and the blind seeing, and they praised the God of Israel.
Mark 2:9 Which is easier, to say to the paralytic, are forgiven,’ ‘Your sins are forgiven,’ or to say, ‘Get up, pick up your mat, your and walk’ (peripatei | περιπάτει | pres act imperative 2 sg)?
Mark 5:42 And the little girl got up at once and began to walk (periepatei | περιεπάτει | imperf act ind 3 sg); for she was twelve years old. And immediately they were utterly amazed.
Mark 6:48 He saw them straining at the oars, for the wind was against them. About the fourth watch of the night he came toward them, walking (peripatōn | περιπατῶν | pres act ptcp nom sg masc) on the lake. He intended to pass by them,
Mark 6:49 but when they saw him walking (peripatounta | περιπατοῦντα | pres act ptcp acc sg masc) on the lake, they thought he was a ghost. And they cried out,
Mark 7:5 And the Pharisees and scribes asked him, “Why do (peripatousin | περιπατοῦσιν | pres act ind 3 pl) your disciples not walk (peripatousin | περιπατοῦσιν | pres act ind 3 pl) according to the tradition of the elders, but eat their bread with defiled hands?”
Mark 8:24 Upon regaining his sight, he said, “I see people walking (peripatountas | περιπατοῦντας | pres act ptcp acc pl masc), but I see them as trees.”
Mark 11:27 And they came again to Jerusalem. And while (peripatountos | περιπατοῦντος | pres act ptcp gen sg masc) he was (peripatountos | περιπατοῦντος | pres act ptcp gen sg masc) walking (peripatountos | περιπατοῦντος | pres act ptcp gen sg masc) about (peripatountos | περιπατοῦντος | pres act ptcp gen sg masc) in the temple, the ruling priests and the scribes and the elders came to him,
Mark 12:38 And in his teaching he was saying, “Beware of the scribes, who like to (peripatein | περιπατεῖν | pres act inf ) parade (peripatein | περιπατεῖν | pres act inf ) around (peripatein | περιπατεῖν | pres act inf ) in flowing robes, and want greetings in the marketplaces
Mark 16:12 After this, he appeared in another form to two of them as they were walking (peripatousin | περιπατοῦσιν | pres act ptcp dat pl masc) along, going into the country.
Luke 5:23 Which is easier, to say, ‘Your sins have been forgiven you,’ or to say, ‘Get up and walk’ (peripatei | περιπάτει | pres act imperative 2 sg)?
Luke 7:22 Then he answered, them, “Go and tell John what you have seen and heard: the blind see, the lame walk (peripatousin | περιπατοῦσιν | pres act ind 3 pl), lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the dead are raised, the poor have good news brought to them.
Luke 11:44 Woe to you! For you are like unmarked tombs; people walk (peripatountes | περιπατοῦντες | pres act ptcp nom pl masc) over them without realizing it.”
Luke 20:46 “Beware of those scribes, who like to walk (peripatein | περιπατεῖν | pres act inf ) around in flowing robes, and love greetings in the marketplaces and the most important seats in the synagogues and the places of honor at feasts,
Luke 24:17 He asked them, “What are these matters you are discussing with each other as you walk (peripatountes | περιπατοῦντες | pres act ptcp nom pl masc) along?” They came to a stop, looking sad.
John 1:36 Looking intently at Jesus as he walked (peripatounti | περιπατοῦντι | pres act ptcp dat sg masc) about, John said, “Behold, the Lamb of God!”
John 5:8 Jesus said to him, “Get up, pick up your mat and walk.” (peripatei | περιπάτει | pres act imperative 2 sg)
John 5:9 And immediately the man was healed, and he picked up his mat and started walking (periepatei | περιεπάτει | imperf act ind 3 sg). Now that day was a Sabbath.
John 5:11 But he answered them, “The man who made me well said to me, ‘Pick up your mat and walk.’” (peripatei | περιπάτει | pres act imperative 2 sg)
John 5:12 They questioned him, “Who is the man who said to you, ‘Pick up your mat and walk’?” (peripatei | περιπάτει | pres act imperative 2 sg)
John 6:19 When they had rowed about three or four miles, they saw Jesus walking (peripatounta | περιπατοῦντα | pres act ptcp acc sg masc) on the lake and approaching the boat, and they were terrified.
John 6:66 From this time, many of his disciples turned back and no longer associated (periepatoun | περιεπάτουν | imperf act ind 3 pl) with him.
John 7:1 After this Jesus traveled (periepatei | περιεπάτει | imperf act ind 3 sg) about in Galilee; he chose not to (peripatein | περιπατεῖν | pres act inf ) remain (peripatein | περιπατεῖν | pres act inf ) in Judea, because the Jews were seeking to kill him.
John 8:12 Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. The one who follows me will (peripatēsē | περιπατήσῃ | aor act subj 3 sg) never walk (peripatēsē | περιπατήσῃ | aor act subj 3 sg) in darkness, but will have the light of life.”
John 10:23 and Jesus was walking (periepatei | περιεπάτει | imperf act ind 3 sg) in the temple area, in Solomon’s Portico.
John 11:9 Jesus answered, “Are there not twelve hours in a day? If a person walks (peripatē | περιπατῇ | pres act subj 3 sg) during the day, he will not stumble, because he sees the light of this world.
John 11:10 But if someone walks (peripatē | περιπατῇ | pres act subj 3 sg) during the night, he will stumble, because the light is not in him.”
John 11:54 Jesus therefore no longer walked (periepatei | περιεπάτει | imperf act ind 3 sg) about (periepatei | περιεπάτει | imperf act ind 3 sg) openly among the Jews, but went from there to the region near the wilderness, to a town called Ephraim, and he stayed there with his disciples.
John 12:35 Then Jesus said to them, “The light will be with you for yet a little while. Keep walking (peripateite | περιπατεῖτε | pres act imperative 2 pl) while you have the light, so that the darkness will not overtake you. The one who walks (peripatōn | περιπατῶν | pres act ptcp nom sg masc) in the darkness does not know where he is going.
John 21:18 I tell you the solemn truth, when you were young, you used to fasten on your clothes and go (periepateis | περιεπάτεις | imperf act ind 2 sg) wherever you wanted, but when you grow old, you will stretch out your hands, and someone else will fasten on your clothes and take you where you do not want to go.”
Acts 3:6 But Peter said, “Silver and gold is not possessed by me, but what I do have I give to you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, stand up and walk!” (peripatei | περιπάτει | pres act imperative 2 sg)
Acts 3:8 and jumping up, he stood and began to walk (periepatei | περιεπάτει | imperf act ind 3 sg) and entered with them into the temple, walking (peripatōn | περιπατῶν | pres act ptcp nom sg masc) and jumping and praising God.
Acts 3:9 And all the people saw him walking (peripatounta | περιπατοῦντα | pres act ptcp acc sg masc) and praising God,
Acts 3:12 When Peter saw this, he replied to the people, “Men of Israel, why are you amazed at this, or why do you stare at us, as though by our own power or piety we had made him walk (peripatein | περιπατεῖν | pres act inf )?
Acts 14:8 Now there was a man sitting in Lystra, whose feet were useless, lame from the womb of his mother, who had (periepatēsen | περιεπάτησεν | aor act ind 3 sg) never walked (periepatēsen | περιεπάτησεν | aor act ind 3 sg).
Acts 14:10 and said in a loud voice, “Stand upright on your feet.” And he jumped up and began to walk (periepatei | περιεπάτει | imperf act ind 3 sg).
Acts 21:21 But they were told about you that you are teaching all the Jews who are among the Gentiles to forsake Moses, telling them not to circumcise their children and not to (peripatein | περιπατεῖν | pres act inf ) walk (peripatein | περιπατεῖν | pres act inf ) according (peripatein | περιπατεῖν | pres act inf ) to (peripatein | περιπατεῖν | pres act inf ) our customs.
Romans 6:4 Therefore we were buried with him by baptism into death, so that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we might (peripatēsōmen | περιπατήσωμεν | aor act subj 1 pl) walk (peripatēsōmen | περιπατήσωμεν | aor act subj 1 pl) in newness of life.
Romans 8:4 so that the righteous requirement of the law might be fulfilled in us, who do (peripatousin | περιπατοῦσιν | pres act ptcp dat pl masc) not walk (peripatousin | περιπατοῦσιν | pres act ptcp dat pl masc) according to the flesh but according to the Spirit.
Romans 13:13 Let (peripatēsōmen | περιπατήσωμεν | aor act subj 1 pl) us (peripatēsōmen | περιπατήσωμεν | aor act subj 1 pl) live (peripatēsōmen | περιπατήσωμεν | aor act subj 1 pl) becomingly, as in the daytime, not in carousing and drunkenness, not in sexual promiscuity and sensuality, not in strife and jealousy.
Romans 14:15 if your brother is being hurt by what you eat, you (peripateis | περιπατεῖς | pres act ind 2 sg) are (peripateis | περιπατεῖς | pres act ind 2 sg) no longer walking (peripateis | περιπατεῖς | pres act ind 2 sg) in love. Do not destroy by what you eat that brother for whom Christ died.
1 Corinthians 3:3 for you are still of the flesh. For while there is jealousy and strife among you, are you not of the flesh and behaving (peripateite | περιπατεῖτε | pres act ind 2 pl) like mere men?
1 Corinthians 7:17 Only, as the Lord has assigned to each person, as God has called each one, so let that person conduct (peripateitō | περιπατείτω | pres act imperative 3 sg) his life. And thus I prescribe in all the churches.
2 Corinthians 4:2 But we have renounced shameful hidden deeds. We (peripatountes | περιπατοῦντες | pres act ptcp nom pl masc) do (peripatountes | περιπατοῦντες | pres act ptcp nom pl masc) not practice (peripatountes | περιπατοῦντες | pres act ptcp nom pl masc) cunning, nor do we tamper with the word of God, but by the open declaration of truth we commend ourselves to everyone’s conscience in the sight of God.

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