phero <5342>

ferw phero

Pronunciation:fer'-o
Origin:a primary verb (for which other and apparently not cognate ones are used in certain tenses only, namely, oiw oio \@oy'-o\@ and enegkw enegko \@en-eng'-ko\@
Reference:-
PrtSpch:v
In Greek:eferen 1, eferomeya 1, eferon 4, eferonto 1, enecyeisan 1, enecyeishv 1, enegkai 1, enegkate 1, enegkav 2, enegkein 1, fere 3, ferei 3, ferein 2, feresyai 1, ferete 8, ferh 1, ferhte 2, feromenhn 1, feromenhv 1, feromenoi 1, feron 2, ferontev 4, ferousai 1, ferousan 1, ferousin 6, ferwmeya 1, ferwn 2, hnecyh 2, hnegka 1, hnegkan 3, hnegken 5, oisei 1, oisousin 1
In NET:Bring 6, brought 5, bring 4, they brought 4, They brought 3, bringing 3, bear 2, carrying 2, bears 2, was conveyed 2, Extend 1, carry 1, charge 1, do you bring 1, do bring 1, carried along 1, Put 1, does bear 1, bearing 1, blowing 1, They will bring 1, be proven 1, I brought 1, it produces 1, was ever borne 1, was brought 1, to bring 1, to bear 1, we must progress 1, were driven along 1, yielded 1, will bring 1, will be brought 1, they did 1, they could bear 1, leading 1, it will bear 1, you bear 1, letting be driven along 1, she brought 1, taking 1, take 1, sustains 1, has endured 1
In AV:bring 34, bear 8, bring forth 5, come 3, reach 2, endure 2, carry 1, misc 9
Count:64
Definition:1) to carry
1a) to carry some burden
1a1) to bear with one's self
1b) to move by bearing; move or, to be conveyed or borne, with
the suggestion of force or speed
1b1) of persons borne in a ship over the sea
1b2) of a gust of wind, to rush
1b3) of the mind, to be moved inwardly, prompted
1c) to bear up i.e. uphold (keep from falling)
1c1) of Christ, the preserver of the universe
2) to bear, i.e. endure, to endure the rigour of a thing, to bear
patiently one's conduct, or spare one (abstain from punishing
or destroying)
3) to bring, bring to, bring forward
3a) to move to, apply
3b) to bring in by announcing, to announce
3c) to bear i.e. bring forth, produce; to bring forward in a speech
3d) to lead, conduct
a primary verb - for which other, and apparently not cognate ones are
used in certain tenses only; namely,

oio oy'-o;
and enegko en-eng'-ko

to "bear" or carry (in a very wide application, literally and
figuratively, as follows):-be, bear, bring (forth), carry, come, +
let her drive, be driven, endure, go on, lay, lead, move, reach,
rushing, uphold.

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