προσλαμβάνω

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Forms of the word
Dictionary: 
προσλαμβάνω
Greek transliteration: 
proslambanō
Simplified transliteration: 
proslambano
Principal Parts: 
-, προσέλαβον, προσείληφα, -, -
Numbers
Strong's number: 
4355
GK Number: 
4689
Statistics
Frequency in New Testament: 
12
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
cv-3a(2b)
Gloss: 
to take aside, take along; to partake; to welcome, accept
Definition: 
to take to one's self, assume, take as a companion, or associate, Acts 17:5; 18:26; to take, as food, Acts 27:33, 36; to receive kindly or hospitably, admit to one's society and friendship, treat with kindness, Acts 28:2; Rom. 14:1, 3; 15:7; Phlm. 17; to take or draw to one's self as a preliminary to an address of admonition, Mt. 16:22; Mk. 8:32*

Greek-English Concordance for

Matthew 16:22 And Peter took (proslabomenos | προσλαβόμενος | aor mid ptcp nom sg masc) him aside (proslabomenos | προσλαβόμενος | aor mid ptcp nom sg masc) and began to rebuke him, saying, “Far be it from you, Lord! This must never happen to you.”
Mark 8:32 And he was speaking openly about this. So Peter took (proslabomenos | προσλαβόμενος | aor mid ptcp nom sg masc) him aside (proslabomenos | προσλαβόμενος | aor mid ptcp nom sg masc) and began to rebuke him.
Acts 17:5 But the Jews, moved by envy, recruited (proslabomenoi | προσλαβόμενοι | aor mid ptcp nom pl masc) certain wicked men of the marketplace and, forming a mob, they set the city in an uproar. They attacked the house of Jason, trying to bring them out to the people.
Acts 18:26 He began to speak boldly in the synagogue, but when they heard him, Priscilla and Aquila took (proselabonto | προσελάβοντο | aor mid ind 3 pl) him and explained more accurately to him the way of God.
Acts 27:33 As day was about to dawn, Paul urged them all to take some food, saying, “Today is the fourteenth day that you have continued in suspense and been without food, having (proslabomenoi | προσλαβόμενοι | aor mid ptcp nom pl masc) taken (proslabomenoi | προσλαβόμενοι | aor mid ptcp nom pl masc) nothing.
Acts 27:36 So everyone was encouraged and they (proselabonto | προσελάβοντο | aor mid ind 3 pl) themselves took (proselabonto | προσελάβοντο | aor mid ind 3 pl) food.
Acts 28:2 The native people showed us no ordinary kindness, for they (proselabonto | προσελάβοντο | aor mid ind 3 pl) kindled a fire and welcomed (proselabonto | προσελάβοντο | aor mid ind 3 pl) us all, because it had begun to rain and because of the cold.
Romans 14:1 Accept (proslambanesthe | προσλαμβάνεσθε | pres mid imperative 2 pl) the one who is weak in faith, but do not argue about his personal opinions.
Romans 14:3 The one who eats everything must not hold in contempt the one who does not and the one who abstains must not judge the one who eats, for God has (proselabeto | προσελάβετο | aor mid ind 3 sg) accepted (proselabeto | προσελάβετο | aor mid ind 3 sg) him.
Romans 15:7 Therefore accept (proslambanesthe | προσλαμβάνεσθε | pres mid imperative 2 pl) one another even as Christ has (proselabeto | προσελάβετο | aor mid ind 3 sg) also accepted (proselabeto | προσελάβετο | aor mid ind 3 sg) you, for the glory of God.
Philemon 1:17 So then if you regard me as a partner, welcome (proslabou | προσλαβοῦ | aor mid imperative 2 sg) him as you would me.