apostello <649>

apostellw apostello

Pronunciation:ap-os-tel'-lo
Origin:from 575 and 4724
Reference:TDNT - 1:398,67
PrtSpch:v
In Greek:apestalh 2, apestalhn 3, apestalka 2, apestalkamen 1, apestalkan 1, apestalkate 1, apestalken 7, apestalmenoi 5, apestalmenouv 2, apestalmenov 3, apesteila 4, apesteilamen 1, apesteilan 13, apesteilav 7, apesteilen 38, apostalenti 1, apostalwsin 1, aposteilai 1, aposteilanta 4, aposteilantav 1, aposteilantev 1, aposteilav 7, aposteilh 2, aposteilon 2, aposteilw 1, apostelei 4, apostellei 4, apostellein 1, apostellh 1, apostellomena 1, apostellousin 2, apostellw 7, apostelw 1
In NET:sent 46, he sent 12, has sent 8, will send 4, they sent 4, sent out 3, I was sent 3, am sending 3, have sent 3, He sent 3, had sent 2, you sent 2, are sent 2, he will send 2, sending 2, I have sent 2, I am sending 2, send 2, I will send 2, did send 2, Send 1, He has sent 1, I am sending out 1, am sending out 1, I sent out 1, after sending 1, They sent 1, he could send 1, they sent word 1, they are sent 1, to send out 1, was sent 1, were sent ahead 1, we are sending 1, sent away 1, sent a message 1, have written a letter 1, have been sent 1, he may send 1, he sends 1, he sent out 1, has been sent 1
In AV:send 110, send forth 15, send away 4, send out 2, misc 2
Count:133
Definition:1) to order (one) to go to a place appointed
2) to send away, dismiss
2a) to allow one to depart, that he may be in a state of
liberty
2b) to order one to depart, send off
2c) to drive away

Synonym : See Definition 5813
from 575 and 4724; set apart, i.e. (by implication) to send out
(properly, on a mission) literally or figuratively:-put in, send
(away, forth, out), set (at liberty).
see GREEK for 575
see GREEK for 4724

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