G1392 δοξάζω - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
δοξάζω
to think, imagine, suppose, fancy, conjecture
Dodson:
δοξάζω
I glorify, honor, bestow glory on.
Strong's:
δοξάζω
to render (or esteem) glorious (in a wide application)
Derivation: from G1391;

KJV Usage: (make) glorify(-ious), full of (have) glory, honour, magnify.

G1391
TBESG:
δοξάζω
to glorify
G:V
δοξάζω
(< δόξα), [in LXX chiefly for כָּבַד ni., pi., also for פָּאַר, etc. ;]
__1. to think, suppose, hold an opinion (Æsch., Plat., al.).
__2. To bestow δόξα (which see) on, to magnify, extol, praise (Thuc., iii, 45; Plut., al.): with accusative,
Refs Mat.5:16, Mrk.2:12, Jhn.8:54, Rom.15:6, 1Pe.2:12, al.
; id. before ἐπί Luk.2:20; ἐν,
Refs Gal.1:24, 1Pe.4:16
.
__3. In LXX and NT (see: δόξα, 3), to clothe with splendour, glorify (
Refs Exo.34:29-30, Psa.37:20, Isa.44:23, Est.3:1
, al):
Refs Rom.8:30, 2Co.3:10, 2Th.3:1, 1Pe.1:8, al.
; of Christ,
Refs Jhn.7:39 8:54, al.
(on the Johannine use, see Cremer, 211; Westc., Jo., Intr.); of the Father,
Refs Jhn.13:31-32, 1Pe.4:11, al.
(cf. ἐν-, συν-δοξάζω).
(AS)
Thayer:
1) to think, suppose, be of opinion
2) to praise, extol, magnify, celebrate
3) to honour, do honour to, hold in honour
4) to make glorious, adorn with lustre, clothe with splendour
4a) to impart glory to something, render it excellent
4b) to make renowned, render illustrious
4b1) to cause the dignity and worth of some person or thing to become manifest and acknowledged


δοξάζω
doxazō
dox-ad'-zo
From G1391; to render (or esteem) glorious (in a wide application)

KJV Usage: (make) glorify (-ious), full of (have) glory, honour, magnify.


View how G1392 δοξάζω is used in the Bible

First 30 of 71 occurrences of G1392 δοξάζω

Matthew 5:16 glorify
Matthew 6:2 they may have glory
Matthew 9:8 glorified
Matthew 15:31 they glorified
Mark 2:12 glorified
Luke 2:20 glorifying
Luke 4:15 being glorified
Luke 5:25 glorifying
Luke 5:26 they glorified
Luke 7:16 they glorified
Luke 13:13 glorified
Luke 17:15 glorified
Luke 18:43 glorifying
Luke 23:47 he glorified
John 7:39 was
John 7:39 glorified.
John 8:54 glorify
John 8:54 that glorifieth
John 11:4 may be glorified
John 12:16 was glorified,
John 12:23 should be glorified.
John 12:28 glorify
John 12:28 saying, I have
John 12:28 glorified
John 12:28 will glorify
John 13:31 is
John 13:31 glorified,
John 13:31 is glorified
John 13:32 is glorified
John 13:32 shall

Distinct usage

11 glorify
8 glorified
5 they glorified
4 glorifying
3 may be glorified
2 is
2 glorified,
2 is glorified
2 shall
1 being glorified
1 was
1 glorified.
1 was glorified,
1 should be glorified.
1 saying, I have
1 will glorify
1 shall glorify
1 may glorify
1 have glorified
1 I am glorified
1 he should glorify
1 hath glorified
1 it, they glorified
1 he
1 glorifies.
1 I glorify
1 might glorify
1 is honoured,
1 that which was made glorious
1 glory
1 be glorified,
1 full of glory:
1 they may
1 she hath glorified
1 he glorified
1 men glorified
1 that glorifieth
1 they may have glory
1 ye may
1 he is glorified.
1 let him glorify

Corresponding Hebrew Words

doxazo H1342 gaah
doxazo H1361 gavah
doxazo H1431 gadal pi.
doxazo H1921 hadar ni.
doxazo H3366 yeqar
doxazo H3513 kaved ni,pi,qal,pu
doxazo H5115 navah hi.
doxazo H5139 nazir
doxazo H5375 nasa ni,pi
doxazo H5737 adar ni.
doxazo H6286 paar
doxazo * H6942 qedash ni.
doxazo H7160 qaran
doxazo H7311 rum pil.


Related words

G1392 δοξάζω

G4888 συνδοξάζω
συνδοξάζω
sundoxazō
soon-dox-ad'-zo
From G4862 and G1392; to exalt to dignity in company (that is, similarly) with

KJV Usage: glorify together.


G1391 δόξα

δόξα
doxa
dox'-ah
From the base of G1380; glory (as very apparent), in a wide application (literally or figuratively, objectively or subjectively)

KJV Usage: dignity, glory (-ious), honour, praise, worship.


G1741 ἔνδοξος
ἔνδοξος
endoxos
en'-dox-os
From G1722 and G1391; in glory, that is, splendid, (figuratively) noble

KJV Usage: glorious, gorgeous [-ly], honourable.


G2755 κενόδοξος
κενόδοξος
kenodoxos
ken-od'-ox-os
From G2756 and G1391; vainly glorifying, that is, self conceited

KJV Usage: desirous of vain-glory.


G3861 παράδοξος
παράδοξος
paradoxos
par-ad'-ox-os
From G3844 and G1391 (in the sense of seeming); contrary to expectation, that is, extraordinary (“paradox”)

KJV Usage: strange.