Conceive - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Conceive

[ 1,,G1080, gennao ]
to conceive, beget:" See BEGET, A, No. 1.

[ 2,,G4815, sullambano ]
lit., "to take together" (sun, "with," lambano, "to take or receive"), is used
(a) of a woman, to "conceive," Luke 1:24, Luke 1:31, Luke 1:36; in the Passive Voice. Luke 2:21;
(b) metaphorically, of the impulse of lust in the human heart, enticing to sin, James 1:15. For its other meaning See CATCH, No. 8.

[ 3,,G5087, tithemi ]
"to put, set," is used in Acts 5:4, of the sin of Ananias, in "conceiving" a lie in his heart.

Notes:

(1) The phrase echo, "to have," with koite, "a lying down, a bed," especially the marriage bed, denotes "to conceive," Romans 9:10.



(2) The phrase eis katabolen, lit., "for a casting down, or in," is used of conception in Hebrews 11:11.

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