G134 αἰνέω - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
αἰνέω
to tell
Dodson:
αἰνέω
I praise.
Strong's:
αἰνέω
to praise (God)
Derivation: from G136;

KJV Usage: praise.

G136
TBESG:
αἰνέω
to praise
G:V
αἰνέω, -ῶ (< αἶνος), poët., Ion. and late prose (MM, VGT, see word) for cl. ἐπαινέω,
[in LXX chiefly for הלל, ידה ;]
to praise: with accusative, τ. θεόν,
Refs Luk.2:13,20 19:37 24:53, Act.2:47 3:8,9, Rom.15:11
; with dative, τ. Θεῷ (Jer.20:13, al. for הִלֵּל לְ; see Field, Notes, 245), Rev.19:5.†
SYN.: ἐξομολογέω, εὐλογέω, εὐχαριστέω, μακαρίζω (see DCG, i, 211). (AS)
Thayer:
1) to praise, extol, to sing praises in honour to God
2) to allow, recommend
3) to promise or vow


αἰνέω
aineō
ahee-neh'-o
From G136; to praise (God)

KJV Usage: praise.


View how G134 αἰνέω is used in the Bible

10 occurrences of G134 αἰνέω

Luke 2:13 praising
Luke 2:20 praising
Luke 19:37 and praise
Luke 24:53 praising
Acts 2:47 Praising
Acts 3:8 praising
Acts 3:9 praising
Romans 15:11 Praise
Romans 15:11 ye
Revelation 19:5 Praise

Distinct usage

6 praising
2 Praise
1 and praise
1 ye

Corresponding Hebrew Words

aineo H369 ayin
aineo H1288 barakh
aineo H1927 hadarah
aineo H1984 halal pi.,pu.,hith
aineo H3034 yadah hi.
aineo H7321 rua hi.
aineo H7623 shavach pi.
aineo H7891 shir


Related words

G134 αἰνέω

G133 αἴνεσις
αἴνεσις
ainesis
ah'ee-nes-is
From G134; a praising (the act), that is, (specifically) a thank (offering)

KJV Usage: praise.


G1867 ἐπαινέω
ἐπαινέω
epaineō
ep-ahee-neh'-o
From G1909 and G134; to applaud

KJV Usage: commend, laud, praise.


G1868 ἔπαινος
ἔπαινος
epainos
ep'-ahee-nos
From G1909 and the base of G134; laudation; concretely a commendable thing

KJV Usage: praise.


G3867 παραινέω
παραινέω
paraineō
par-ahee-neh'-o
From G3844 and G134; to mispraise, that is, recommend or advise (a different course)

KJV Usage: admonish, exhort.


G136 αἶνος

αἶνος
ainos
ah'ee-nos
Apparently a primary word; properly a story, but used in the sense of G1868; praise (of God)

KJV Usage: praise.


G135 αἴνιγμα
αἴνιγμα
ainigma
ah'ee-nig-ma
From a derivative of G136 (in its primary sense); an obscure saying (“enigma”), that is, (abstractly) obscureness

KJV Usage: X darkly.


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