G3958 πάσχω - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
πάσχω
to receive an impression from without, to suffer
Dodson:
πάσχω
I am acted upon, suffer
I am acted upon in a certain way, either good or bad; I experience ill treatment, suffer.
Strong's:
πάσχω
, including the forms πάθω , and πένθω , used only in certain tenses for it to experience a sensation or impression (usually painful)
Derivation: apparently a primary verb;

KJV Usage: feel, passion, suffer, vex.

TBESG:
πάσχω
to suffer
G:V
πάσχω
[in LXX: Amo.6:6 (חָלָה ni.),
Refs Wis.12:27, Sir.38:16, al.
;]
to suffer, be acted on, as opp. to acting, often limited by a word expressive of good or evil;
__(a) of misfortunes (most freq. without any limiting word) : absol.,
Refs Luk.22:15 24:46, Act.1:3 3:18 17:3, 1Co.12:26, Heb.2:18 9:26 13:12, 1Pe.2:19-20 2:23 3:17 4:15 4:19
; before ὑπό, with genitive, Mat.17:12; ὑπέρ,
Refs Act.9:16, Php.1:20, 2Th.1:5, 1Pe.2:21
; with dative ref., 1Pe.4:1; περί, with genitive (before ὑπέρ), 1Pe.3:18; διά, with accusative, 1Pe.3:14; ὀλίγον (a little while), 1Pe.5:10; with accusative,
Refs Mat.27:19, Mrk.9:12, Luk.13:2 24:26, Act.28:5, 2Ti.1:12, Heb.5:8, Rev.2:10
; παθήματα, 2Co.1:6; ταῦτα, Gal.3:4 (EV; cf. Lft., in l, but see infr.); accusative before ἀπό,
Refs Mat.16:21, Luk.9:22 17:25
; ὑπό,
Refs Mrk.5:26, 1Th.2:14
;
__(b) of pleasant experiences (but always with qualifying word, εὖ or accusative of thing(s)) : Gal.3:4 (cf. Grimm-Thayer, see word; Interp. Corn., in l, but see supr.) (cf. προ-, συν-πάσχω).†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) to be affected or have been affected, to feel, have a sensible experience, to undergo
1a) in a good sense, to be well off, in good case
1b) in a bad sense, to suffer sadly, be in a bad plight
1b1) of a sick person


πάσχω, πάθω, πένθω
paschō pathō penthō
pas'-kho, path'-o, pen'-tho
Apparently a primary verb (the third form used only in certain tenses for it); to experience a sensation or impression (usually painful)

KJV Usage: feel, passion, suffer, vex.


View how G3958 πάσχω is used in the Bible

First 30 of 46 occurrences of G3958 πάσχω

Matthew 16:21 suffer
Matthew 17:12 suffer
Matthew 17:15 suffers
Matthew 27:19 I have suffered
Mark 5:26 had suffered
Mark 8:31 suffer
Mark 9:12 he must suffer
Luke 9:22 suffer
Luke 13:2 they suffered
Luke 17:25 suffer
Luke 22:15 suffering:
Luke 24:26 to suffer
Luke 24:46 to suffer,
Acts 1:3 suffering
Acts 3:18 should suffer,
Acts 9:16 suffer
Acts 17:3 should suffer,
Acts 28:5 and felt
1 Corinthians 12:26 suffer,
2 Corinthians 1:6 suffer:
Galatians 3:4 Have ye suffered
Philippians 1:29 to suffer
1 Thessalonians 2:14 have suffered
2 Thessalonians 1:5 ye
2 Thessalonians 1:5 suffer:
2 Timothy 1:12 I
2 Timothy 1:12 suffer
Hebrews 2:18 he
Hebrews 2:18 hath suffered
Hebrews 5:8 he suffered;

Distinct usage

8 suffer
3 suffer:
3 suffered
3 suffering
2 hath suffered
2 have suffered
2 to suffer
2 should suffer,
1 suffers
1 I have suffered
1 he must suffer
1 they suffered
1 and felt
1 suffer,
1 Have ye suffered
1 ye
1 I
1 he
1 he suffered;
1 when he suffered,
1 that ye suffer
1 let
1 ye suffer
1 them that suffer
1 suffering:
1 had suffered
1 to suffer,
1 he that hath suffered
1 after ye have suffered

Corresponding Hebrew Words

pascho H2470 chalah ni.


Related words

G3958 πάσχω

G3663 ὁμοιοπαθής
ὁμοιοπαθής
homoiopathēs
hom-oy-op-ath-ace'
From G3664 and the alternate of G3958; similarly affected

KJV Usage: of (subject to) like passions.


G3806 πάθος
πάθος
pathos
path'-os
From the alternate of G3958; properly suffering (“pathos”), that is, (subjectively) a passion (especially concupiscence)

KJV Usage: (inordinate) affection, lust.


G3997 πένθος
πένθος
penthos
pen'-thos
Strengthened from the alternate of G3958; grief

KJV Usage: mourning, sorrow.


G4006 πεποίθησις
πεποίθησις
pepoithēsis
pep-oy'-thay-sis
From the perfect of the alternate of G3958; reliance

KJV Usage: confidence, trust.


G4310 προπάσχω
προπάσχω
propaschō
prop-as'-kho
From G4253 and G3958; to undergo hardship previously

KJV Usage: suffer before.


G4841 συμπάσχω
συμπάσχω
sumpaschō
soom-pas'-kho
From G4862 and G3958 (including its alternate); to experience pain jointly or of the same kind (specifically persecution; to “sympathize”)

KJV Usage: suffer with.