dioko <1377>

diwkw dioko

Origin:a prolonged (and causative) form of a primary verb dio (to flee cf the base of 1169 and 1249)
In Greek:dediwgmenoi 1, diwcyhsontai 1, diwke 2, diwkeiv 6, diwkete 3, diwkomai 1, diwkomenoi 2, diwkonta 1, diwkontav 1, diwkontev 1, diwkontwn 1, diwkw 2, diwkwmen 1, diwkwn 3, diwkwntai 1, diwkwsin 1, diwxatw 1, diwxete 1, diwxhte 1, diwxousin 3, diwxwsin 1, ediwken 1, ediwkon 3, ediwxa 2, ediwxan 3, ediwxen 1
In NET:pursue 6, persecute 5, are persecuting 3, are you persecuting 3, persecuted 3, they persecuted 2, are persecuted 2, Pursue 2, I persecuted 2, began persecuting 1, I strive 1, am I being persecuted 1, I went to persecute 1, I was persecuting 1, did persecute 1, pursuing 1, they persecute 1, they will persecute 1, when persecuted 1, let us pursue 1, he pursued 1, chase 1, will be persecuted 1, did pursue 1, being persecuted 1
In AV:persecute 28, follow after 6, follow 4, suffer persecution 3, misc 3
Definition:1) to make to run or flee, put to flight, drive away
2) to run swiftly in order to catch a person or thing, to run after
2a) to press on: figuratively of one who in a race runs
swiftly to reach the goal
2b) to pursue (in a hostile manner)
3) in any way whatever to harass, trouble, molest one
3a) to persecute
3b) to be mistreated, suffer persecution on account of something
4) without the idea of hostility, to run after, follow after: someone
5) metaph., to pursue
5a) to seek after eagerly, earnestly endeavour to acquire
a prolonged (and causative) form of a primary verb dio (to flee;
compare the base of 1169 and 1249); to pursue (literally or
figuratively); by implication, to persecute:-ensue, follow (after),
given to, (suffer) persecute(-ion), press forward.
see GREEK for 1169
see GREEK for 1249

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