The first a (middle voice) prolonged form of the second (primary) which is used for it in certain tenses; and both as alternates of G3708; to gaze (that is, with wide open eyes, as at something remarkable; and thus differing from G991, which denotes simply voluntary observation; and from G1492, which expresses merely mechanical, passive or casual vision; while G2300, and still more emphatically its intensive G2334, signifies an earnest but more continued inspection; and G4648 a watching fromadistance)
KJV Usage: appear, look, see, shew self.
From αἴθω aithō (to scorch) and ὤψ ōps (the face, from G3700); an Ethiopian (as a blackamoor)
KJV Usage: Ethiopian.
From G435 and ὤψ ōps (the countenance; from G3700); manfaced, that is, a human being
KJV Usage: certain, man.
From G846 and G3700; selfseeing, that is, an eyewitness
KJV Usage: eye-witness.
A primary verb; to look at (literally or figuratively)
KJV Usage: behold, beware, lie, look (on, to), perceive, regard, see, sight, take heed.
A primary verb; used only in certain past tenses, the others being borrowed from the equivalent, G3700 and G3708; properly to see (literally or figuratively); by implication (in the perfect only) to know
KJV Usage: be aware, behold, X can (+ not tell), consider, (have) known (-ledge), look (on), perceive, see, be sure, tell, understand, wist, wot.
From a derivative of G2300 (perhaps by adverb of G3708); to beaspectator of, that is, discern, (literally, figuratively [experience ] or intensively [acknowledge ])
KJV Usage: behold, consider, look on, perceive, see.
Middle voice from a compound of G2596 and a derivative of G3700 (compare G2072); to mirroroneself, that is, to seereflected (figuratively)
KJV Usage: behold as in a glass.
Apparently from a derivative of the base of G2759 and a derivative of G3700; a mosquito (from its stingingproboscis)
KJV Usage: gnat.
From a compound of the base of G3466 and ωψ ōps (the face : from G3700); to shut the eyes, that is, blink (seeindistinctly)
KJV Usage: cannot see afar off.
From μῶλος mōlos (“moil”; probably akin to the base of G3433) and probably ὤψ ōps (the face; from G3700); a mole (“black eye”) or blowmark
KJV Usage: stripe.
From G3700; a sight, that is, (by implication) the eye
KJV Usage: eye.
From ὄπις opis (regard; from G3700) with enclitic of source; fromtherear (as a secure aspect), that is, at the back (adverb and preposition of palce or time)
KJV Usage: after, backside, behind.
From a presumed derivative of G3700; visuality, that is, (concretely) an apparition
KJV Usage: vision.
Properly to stare at (compare G3700), that is, (by implication) to discern clearly (physically or mentally); by extension to attend to; by Hebraism to experience; passively to appear
KJV Usage: behold, perceive, see, take heed.
From G3700; the eye (literally or figuratively); by implication vision; figuratively envy (from the jealous side glance)
KJV Usage: eye, sight.
Probably from G3700 (through the idea of sharpness of vision); a snake, figuratively (as a type of sly cunning) an artful malicious person, especially Satan
KJV Usage: serpent.
Perhaps from G3700 (through the idea of the shading or proximity to the organ of vision); the eye “brow” or forehead, that is, (figuratively) the brink of a precipice
KJV Usage: brow.
From G3700; properly sight (the act), that is, (by implication) the visage, an external show
KJV Usage: appearance, countenance, face.
From G4314 and ὤψ ōps (the visage; from G3700); the front (as being towardsview), that is, the countenance, aspect, appearance, surface; by implication presence, person
From σκυθρός skuthros (sullen) and a derivative of G3700; angryvisaged, that is, gloomy or affecting a mournful appearance
KJV Usage: of a sad countenance.
From a compound of G5204 and a derivative of G3700 (as if lookingwatery); to be “dropsical”
KJV Usage: have the dropsy.
From a compound of G5259 and a derivative of G3700; to hit under the eye (buffet or disable an antagonist as a pugilist), that is, (figuratively) to tease or annoy (into compliance), subdue (one’s passions)