πίπτω

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Forms of the word
Dictionary: 
πίπτω
Greek transliteration: 
piptō
Simplified transliteration: 
pipto
Principal Parts: 
(ἔπιπτον), πεσοῦμαι, ἔπεσον <ε>ορ</ε> ἔπεσα, πέπτωκα, -, -
Numbers
Strong's number: 
4098
GK Number: 
4406
Statistics
Frequency in New Testament: 
90
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
v-1b(3)
Gloss: 
to fall, collapse; to bow down; to die
Definition: 
to fall, Mt. 15:27; Lk. 10:18; to fall, fall prostrate, fall down, Mt. 17:6; 18:29; Lk. 17:16; to fall down dead, Lk. 21:24; to fall, fall in ruins, Mt. 7:25, 27; Lk. 11:17; met. to fall, come by chance, as a lot, Acts 1:26; to fall, to fail, become null and void, fall to the ground, Lk. 16:17; to fall into a worse state, Rev. 2:5; to come to ruin, Rom. 11:11; Heb. 4:11; to fall into sin, Rom. 11:22; 1 Cor. 10:2; to fall in judgment, by condemnation, Rev. 14:8; to fall upon, seize, Rev. 11:11; to light upon, Rev. 7:16; to fall under, incur, Jas. 5:12

Greek-English Concordance for

Matthew 2:11 Upon entering the house they saw the child with Mary his mother, and falling (pesontes | πεσόντες | aor act ptcp nom pl masc) to their knees they worshiped him. Then opening their treasure chests, they presented him with gifts, gold and frankincense and myrrh.
Matthew 4:9 and he said to him, “All these I will give you, if you will fall (pesōn | πεσών | aor act ptcp nom sg masc) down and worship me.”
Matthew 7:25 When the rain came down, and the waters rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house, it (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) did (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) not collapse (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) because it had been founded on rock.
Matthew 7:27 When the rain came down, and the waters rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house, it collapsed (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) — and great was its fall!”
Matthew 10:29 Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Yet not one of them will fall (peseitai | πεσεῖται | fut mid ind 3 sg) to the ground apart from your Father.
Matthew 13:4 And as he sowed, some seeds fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) along the path, and the birds came and devoured them.
Matthew 13:5 Other seed fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) on rocky places, where it did not have much soil; and immediately it sprouted because it had no depth of soil.
Matthew 13:7 Other seed fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) among thorns, and the thorns grew up and choked it.
Matthew 13:8 Other seed fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) on good soil and produced grain, some a hundredfold, some sixty, and some thirty.
Matthew 15:14 Leave them be! They are blind guides. And if a blind man guides a blind man, both will (pesountai | πεσοῦνται | fut mid ind 3 pl) fall (pesountai | πεσοῦνται | fut mid ind 3 pl) into a pit.”
Matthew 15:27 “Yes, Lord,” she said, “but even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall (piptontōn | πιπτόντων | pres act ptcp gen pl neut) from their masters’ table.”
Matthew 17:6 And when the disciples heard this, they were overcome with fear and fell (epesan | ἔπεσαν | aor act ind 3 pl) face down on the ground.
Matthew 17:15 and said, “Lord, take pity on my son, because he is an epileptic and suffers terribly; for he (piptei | πίπτει | pres act ind 3 sg) often falls (piptei | πίπτει | pres act ind 3 sg) into the fire and often into the water.
Matthew 18:26 So the servant fell (pesōn | πεσών | aor act ptcp nom sg masc) to the ground prostate before him, saying, ‘Have patience with me, and I will repay you everything.’
Matthew 18:29 Therefore his fellow servant fell (pesōn | πεσών | aor act ptcp nom sg masc) to the ground and pleaded with him, saying ‘Have patience with me, and I will repay you.’
Matthew 21:44
Matthew 24:29 “Immediately after the suffering of those days, the sun will be darkened and the moon will not give its light, and the stars will fall (pesountai | πεσοῦνται | fut mid ind 3 pl) from the sky and the powers of the heavens will be shaken.
Matthew 26:39 And going a short distance beyond them, he threw (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) face himself face, to the ground, praying, “My Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me! Yet not as I will but as you will.”
Mark 4:4 And as he was sowing, some seed fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) along the path, and birds came and ate it up.
Mark 4:5 Other seed fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) on rocky ground where it did not have much soil, much and it sprang up right away because it had no depth of soil.
Mark 4:7 Other seed fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) among the thorns, and the thorns came up and choked it, and it did not produce grain.
Mark 4:8 But other seed fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) into good soil good and produced grain, sprouting, growing, and bearing thirty, sixty, and even a hundredfold.”
Mark 5:22 Then came one of the synagogue officials, Jairus by name, came there. When he saw Jesus, he fell (piptei | πίπτει | pres act ind 3 sg) at his feet his
Mark 9:20 And they brought the boy to him. And when the spirit saw him, immediately it convulsed him; and falling (pesōn | πεσών | aor act ptcp nom sg masc) on the ground, the boy began to roll about, foaming at the mouth.
Mark 13:25 and the stars will be falling (piptontes | πίπτοντες | pres act ptcp nom pl masc) from heaven, and the powers in the heavens will be shaken.
Mark 14:35 And going on a little farther, he fell (epipten | ἔπιπτεν | imperf act ind 3 sg) to the ground and prayed that, if it were possible, the hour might pass him by.
Luke 5:12 It happened that, when he was in one of the cities, there was a man full of leprosy. And seeing Jesus, he fell (pesōn | πεσών | aor act ptcp nom sg masc) on his face and implored him, saying, “Lord, if you are willing, you can make me clean.”
Luke 8:5 “A sower went out to sow his seed. And as he sowed, some fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) along the path and was trampled underfoot, and the birds of heaven devoured it.
Luke 8:7 Other seed fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) in the middle of thorns, and when the thorns came up with it, they choked it.
Luke 8:8 Other seed fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) into good soil, and when it came up, it produced fruit a hundredfold.” As he was saying these things he began to call out, “Let the one who has ears to hear, hear.”
Luke 8:14 As for what fell (peson | πεσόν | aor act ptcp nom sg neut) among the thorns — these are the ones who hear, but as they go on their way they are choked by the cares and riches and pleasures of life, and they do not bring fruit to maturity.
Luke 8:41 Just then there came a man named Jairus. This man was a ruler of the synagogue, and he fell (pesōn | πεσών | aor act ptcp nom sg masc) at the feet of Jesus and implored him to come into his house,
Luke 10:18 He said to them, “I saw Satan as (pesonta | πεσόντα | aor act ptcp acc sg masc) he (pesonta | πεσόντα | aor act ptcp acc sg masc) fell (pesonta | πεσόντα | aor act ptcp acc sg masc), like a bolt of lightening from the sky.
Luke 11:17 But he, knowing their thoughts, said to them, “Every kingdom divided against itself is laid waste, and a house divided against a house falls (piptei | πίπτει | pres act ind 3 sg).
Luke 13:4 Or those eighteen on whom the tower in Siloam fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) and killed them — do you think that they were worse offenders than all the others living in Jerusalem?
Luke 14:5 And to them, he said, “Which of you, when his son or his ox has (peseitai | πεσεῖται | fut mid ind 3 sg) fallen (peseitai | πεσεῖται | fut mid ind 3 sg) into a well, does not immediately pull it up, even though the be a Sabbath?
Luke 16:17 It is easier for heaven and earth to pass away than for the smallest part of a single letter in the law to lose (pesein | πεσεῖν | aor act inf ) its force.
Luke 16:21 who longed to eat what fell (piptontōn | πιπτόντων | pres act ptcp gen pl neut) from the rich man’s table. But instead, the dogs used to come and lick his sores.
Luke 17:16 and fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) on his face at Jesus’ feet, giving him thanks — and he was a Samaritan.
Luke 20:18 Everyone who falls (pesōn | πεσών | aor act ptcp nom sg masc) on that stone will be broken into pieces, and on whomever it falls (pesē | πέσῃ | aor act subj 3 sg), it will crush him.”
Luke 21:24 They will fall (pesountai | πεσοῦνται | fut mid ind 3 pl) by the edge of the sword and be led captive to all nations, and Jerusalem will be trampled underfoot by the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles are fulfilled.
Luke 23:30 Then they will begin to say to the mountains, ‘Fall (pesete | πέσετε | aor act imperative 2 pl) on us!’ and to the hills, ‘Cover us!’
John 11:32 When Mary came to where Jesus was and saw him, she fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) at his feet, saying to him, “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died.”
John 12:24 I tell you the solemn truth, unless a kernel of wheat falls (pesōn | πεσών | aor act ptcp nom sg masc) into the ground and dies, it remains a single kernel; but if it dies it produces a great harvest.
John 18:6 When Jesus said to them, “I am he,” they all drew back and fell (epesan | ἔπεσαν | aor act ind 3 pl) to the ground.
Acts 1:26 And they cast lots for them, and the lot fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) on Matthias, and he was counted with the eleven apostles.
Acts 5:5 When Ananias heard these words, he fell (pesōn | πεσών | aor act ptcp nom sg masc) down and breathed his last. Great fear gripped all who heard about it.
Acts 5:10 And she fell (epesen | ἔπεσεν | aor act ind 3 sg) down immediately at his feet and breathed her last. When the young men came in and found her dead, they carried her out and buried her beside her husband.
Acts 9:4 and falling (pesōn | πεσών | aor act ptcp nom sg masc) to the ground, he heard a voice saying to him, “Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting me?”
Acts 10:25 When Peter entered, Cornelius met him and fell (pesōn | πεσών | aor act ptcp nom sg masc) at his feet and worshiped him.

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