I profit, benefit, help; mid: I have profit, derive benefit.
for which another prolonged form (ὀνάω) is used as an alternate in some tenses (unless indeed it be identical with the base of G3686 through the idea of notoriety); to gratify, i.e. (middle voice) to derive pleasure or advantage from Derivation: a prolonged form of an apparently primary verb (ὄνομαι, to slur);
ὀνίνημι [in LXX: Refs Tob.3:8, Sir.30:2 * ;] to profit, benefit, help; mid., to have profit, derive benefit: optative (M, Pr., 195), with genitive, Phm 20.† (AS)
1) to be useful, to profit, help 2) to receive profit or advantage, be helped [or have joy]
A prolonged form of an apparent primary verb ὄνομαι onomai ; for which another prolonged form ὀνάω onaō is used as an alternate in some tenses (unless indeed it be identical with the base of G3686 through the idea of notoriety); to gratify, that is, (middle voice) to derivepleasure or advantage from
From a presumed derivative of the base of G1097 (compare G3685); a “name” (literally or figuratively), (authority, character)
KJV Usage: called, (+ sur-) name (-d).
From G2095 and G3686; properly wellnamed (goodomened), that is, the left (which was the lucky side among the pagan Greeks); neuter as adverb attheleft hand
KJV Usage: (on the) left.
Probably akin to the base of G3686; notoriety, that is, a taunt (disgrace)
KJV Usage: reproach.
From G3686; to name, that is, assignanappellation; by extension to utter, mention, profess
KJV Usage: call, name.
Contraction for the neuter of G3588 and G3686; thename (is)
KJV Usage: named.
From G5571 and G3686; untrulynamed