πνέω

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Forms of the word
Dictionary: 
πνέω
Greek transliteration: 
pneō
Simplified transliteration: 
pneo
Principal Parts: 
-, ἔπνευσα, -, -, -
Numbers
Strong's number: 
4154
GK Number: 
4463
Statistics
Frequency in New Testament: 
7
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
v-1a(7)
Gloss: 
to blow (of wind)
Definition: 
to breathe; to blow, as the wind, Mt. 7:25, 27

Greek-English Concordance for

Matthew 7:25 When the rain came down, and the waters rose, and the winds blew (epneusan | ἔπνευσαν | aor act ind 3 pl) and beat against that house, it did not collapse because it had been founded on rock.
Matthew 7:27 When the rain came down, and the waters rose, and the winds blew (epneusan | ἔπνευσαν | aor act ind 3 pl) and beat against that house, it collapsed — and great was its fall!”
Luke 12:55 And when there is a south wind blowing (pneonta | πνέοντα | pres act ptcp acc sg masc), you say, ‘There will be hot weather,’ and it happens.
John 3:8 The wind blows (pnei | πνεῖ | pres act ind 3 sg) wherever it chooses, and you hear its sound, but do not know where it is coming from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit.”
John 6:18 The sea was getting rough because (pneontos | πνέοντος | pres act ptcp gen sg masc) a strong wind had started to blow (pneontos | πνέοντος | pres act ptcp gen sg masc).
Acts 27:40 So they cut loose the anchors, left them in the sea, and at the same time untied the ropes that held the rudders. Then hoisting the foresail to the wind (pneousē | πνεούσῃ | pres act ptcp dat sg fem), they made for the beach.
Revelation 7:1 After this I saw four angels standing at the four corners of the earth holding back the four winds of the earth, so that no wind could blow (pneē | πνέῃ | pres act subj 3 sg) on the earth or on the sea or against any tree.