G1321 διδάσκω - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
διδάσκω
to teach
Dodson:
διδάσκω
I teach
I teach, direct, admonish.
Strong's:
διδάσκω
to teach (in the same broad application)
Derivation: a prolonged (causative) form of a primary verb δάω (to learn);

KJV Usage: teach.

TBESG:
διδάσκω
to teach
G:V
διδάσκω
[in LXX chiefly for למד pl., also for ידע hi., ירה hi., etc. ;]
to teach (i.e. instruct) a person, teach a thing;
__1. trans.: with accusative of person(s),
Refs Mat.5:2, Mrk.1:22, al.
; before ὅτι, Mrk.8:31; περί, 1Jn.2:27; with inf., Luk.11:1; with accusative of thing(s),
Refs Mrk.6:30 12:14
; with cogn. accusative, Mat.15:9 (LXX); with dupl. accusative,
Refs Mrk.4:2, Jhn.14:26
; pass.,
Refs Gal.1:12, 2Th.2:15
; with dative of person(s) (like Heb., cf. Job.21:23, but prob. a vernac. usage, see Swete, in l.), Rev.2:14.
__2. Absol., to teach, give instruction:
Refs Mat.4:23, Mrk.1:21
, and often in Gosp.,
Refs Rom.12:7, 1Co.4:17, 1Ti.2:12, al.

SYN.: παιδεύω (cf. Westc., Heb., 402; Cremer, 180). (AS)
Thayer:
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


διδάσκω
didaskō
did-as'-ko
A prolonged (causative) form of a primary verb δάω daō (to learn); to teach (in the same broad application)

KJV Usage: teach.


View how G1321 διδάσκω is used in the Bible

First 30 of 99 occurrences of G1321 διδάσκω

Matthew 4:23 teaching
Matthew 5:2 and taught
Matthew 5:19 shall teach
Matthew 5:19 teach
Matthew 7:29 he taught
Matthew 9:35 teaching
Matthew 11:1 to teach
Matthew 13:54 he taught
Matthew 15:9 teaching
Matthew 21:23 as he was teaching,
Matthew 22:16 teachest
Matthew 26:55 teaching
Matthew 28:15 they were taught:
Matthew 28:20 Teaching
Mark 1:21 and taught.
Mark 1:22 he taught
Mark 2:13 he taught
Mark 4:1 to teach
Mark 4:2 he taught
Mark 6:2 to teach
Mark 6:6 teaching.
Mark 6:30 they had taught.
Mark 6:34 to teach
Mark 7:7 teaching
Mark 8:31 to teach
Mark 9:31 he taught
Mark 10:1 he taught
Mark 11:17 he taught,
Mark 12:14 teachest
Mark 12:35 while he taught

Distinct usage

15 teaching
10 taught
9 teach
8 he taught
8 to teach
5 teachest
4 teaching,
3 shall teach
2 and taught
2 as he taught
2 taught.
2 ye have been taught,
1 as he was teaching,
1 Teaching
1 and taught.
1 teaching.
1 they had taught.
1 he taught,
1 taught:
1 thou hast taught
1 teach,
1 have taught
1 teachest thou
1 have been taught
1 to teach,
1 teach.
1 they shall
1 should teach
1 teacheth
1 it hath taught
1 was teaching
1 thou teachest
1 as he taught,
1 hath taught
1 that teacheth
1 of one to teach
1 they were taught:
1 that ye should
1 while he taught
1 I teach
1 was I taught

Corresponding Hebrew Words

didasko * H502 alaph pi.
didasko H995 bin hi.
didasko H2331 chavah pi.
didasko H2421 chayah pi.
didasko H3045 yada hi.
didasko H3318 yatsa hi.
didasko H3384 yarah hi.
didasko H3925 lamad pi.,qal.,pu.
didasko H5532 sakhan
didasko H6567 parash pu.
didasko H7751 shut pil.


Related words

G1321 διδάσκω

G1318 διδακτός
διδακτός
didaktos
did-ak-tos'
From G1321; (subjectively) instructed or (objectively) communicated by teaching

KJV Usage: taught, which . . . teacheth.


G1320 διδάσκαλος
διδάσκαλος
didaskalos
did-as'-kal-os
From G1321; an instructor (generally or specifically)

KJV Usage: doctor, master, teacher.


G1322 διδαχή
διδαχή
didachē
did-akh-ay'
From G1321; instruction (the act or the matter)

KJV Usage: doctrine, hath been taught.


G2312 θεοδίδακτος
0θεοδίδακτος
theodidaktos
theh-od-id'-ak-tos
From G2316 and G1321; divinely instructed

KJV Usage: taught of God.


2312'
θεολόγος
theologos
theh-ol-og'-os
From G2316 and G3004; a “theologian”

KJV Usage: divine.