didasko <1321>

didaskw didasko

Pronunciation:did-as'-ko
Origin:a prolonged (causative) form of a primary verb dao (to learn)
Reference:TDNT - 2:135,161
PrtSpch:v
In Greek:didaske 2, didaskei 3, didaskein 13, didaskeiv 7, didaskh 1, didaskontev 9, didaskonti 1, didaskontov 1, didaskw 1, didaskwn 23, didaxai 3, didaxei 2, didaxh 2, didaxon 1, didaxwsin 1, edidacyhn 1, edidacyhsan 1, edidacyhte 3, edidasken 14, edidaskon 2, edidaxa 1, edidaxan 1, edidaxav 1, edidaxen 3
In NET:teaching 20, taught 13, teach 12, to teach 10, began to teach 6, was teaching 4, teaches 3, will teach 2, while teaching 2, he taught 2, while was teaching 2, by teaching 2, he began to teach 1, do you teach 1, he was teaching 1, I teach 1, Teach 1, While was teaching 1, Does teach 1, began teaching 1, you teach 1, were taught 1, were teaching 1, who teaches 1, will be need to teach 1, they were instructed 1, you taught 1, it has taught 1, learn 1, you were taught 1, instructed 1
In AV:teach 93, taught + 2258 4
Count:97
Definition:1) to teach
1a) to hold discourse with others in order to instruct them,
deliver didactic discourses
1b) to be a teacher
1c) to discharge the office of a teacher, conduct one's self
as a teacher
2) to teach one
2a) to impart instruction
2b) instill doctrine into one
2c) the thing taught or enjoined
2d) to explain or expound a thing
2f) to teach one something
a prolonged (causative) form of a primary verb dao (to learn); to
teach (in the same broad application):-teach.

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