G2795 κινέω - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
κινέω
to set in motion, to move
Dodson:
κινέω
I move, stir, excite
I set in motion, move, remove, excite, stir up.
Strong's:
κινέω
to stir (transitively), literally or figuratively
Derivation: from κίω (poetic for εἶμι, to go);

KJV Usage: (re-)move(-r), way.

TBESG:
κινέω
to move
G:V
κινέω, -ῶ
[in LXX for נוּעַ hi., רָמַשׂ, etc. ;]
__1. to set in motion, move: Mat.23:4; τ. κεφαλήν (
Refs Psa.22:8, al.), Mat.27:39, Mrk.15:29
; pass. (cf.
Refs Gen.7:21), Act.17:28
.
__2. to remove:
Refs Rev.2:5 6:14
.
__3. to excite, stir up: Act.24:5; pass., Act.21:30 (cf. μετα-, συν-κινέω).†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) to cause to go, i.e. to move, set in motion
1a) to be moved, move: of that motion which is evident in life
1b) to move from a place, to remove
2) metaph.
2a) to move excite
2b) a riot, disturbance
2c) to throw into commotion


κινέω
kineō
kin-eh'-o
From κίω kiō (poetic for [ εἶμι eimi to go ]); to stir (transitively), literally or figuratively

KJV Usage: (re-) move (-r), way.


View how G2795 κινέω is used in the Bible

8 occurrences of G2795 κινέω

Matthew 23:4 move
Matthew 27:39 wagging
Mark 15:29 wagging
Acts 17:28 move,
Acts 21:30 was moved,
Acts 24:5 a mover
Revelation 2:5 will remove
Revelation 6:14 were moved

Distinct usage

2 wagging
1 move
1 move,
1 was moved,
1 were moved
1 will remove
1 a mover

Corresponding Hebrew Words

kineo H2363 chush hi.
kineo H4185 mush
kineo H4191 mut ni.
kineo H5086 nadaph ni.
kineo H5110 nud qal,hi
kineo H5127 nus
kineo H5128 nua hi.,qal.
kineo H5375 nasa
kineo H5493 sur
kineo H6329 puq hi.
kineo H6471 paam ni.
kineo H7430 ramas
kineo H8317 sharats


Related words

G2795 κινέω

G2796 κίνησις
κίνησις
kinēsis
kin'-ay-sis
From G2795; a stirring

KJV Usage: moving.


G3334 μετακινέω
μετακινέω
metakineō
met-ak-ee-nah'-o
From G3326 and G2795; to stir to a place elsewhere, that is, remove (figuratively)

KJV Usage: move away.


G4787 συγκινέω
συγκινέω
sugkineō
soong-kin-eh'-o
From G4682 and G2795; to move together, that is, (specifically) to excite as a mass (to sedition)

KJV Usage: stir up.


Reformed Dating