ὑπο-ζύγιος, -α, -ον [in LXX for חֲמוֹר ;] under the yoke; as subst., τ . (Hdt., al.), a beast of burden; colloq., an ass (see Deiss., BS, 160 f.), and so always in LXX and NT: Mat.21:5 (LXX), 2Pe.2:16.† (AS)
1) under the yoke 2) a beast of burden, an ass 2a) the ass was the common animal used by the Orientals on journey and for carrying burdens
Neuter of a compound of G5259 and G2218; an animal under the yoke (draughtbeast), that is, (specifically) a donkey
A primary preposition; under, that is, (with the genitive) of place (beneath), or with verbs (the agency or means, through); (with the accusative) of place (whither [underneath ] or where [below ]) or time (when [at ])
KJV Usage: among, by, from, in, of, under, with. In compounds it retains the same genitive applications, especially of inferior position or condition, and specifically covertly or moderately .
From G4862 and a derivative of a compound of G5259 and the base of G2041; to beaco-auxiliary, that is, assist
KJV Usage: help together.
From G5259 and G71; to lead (oneself) under, that is, withdraw or retire (as if sinking out of sight), literally or figuratively
KJV Usage: depart, get hence, go (a-) way.
From G5259 and G191; to hearunder (as a subordinate), that is, to listenattentively; by implication to heed or conform to a command or authority
KJV Usage: hearken, be obedient to, obey.
From G5259 and G435; in subjection underaman, that is, a married woman
KJV Usage: which hath an husband.
From G5259 and a derivative of G473; to goopposite (meet) under (quietly), that is, to encounter, fallinwith
KJV Usage: (go to) meet.
From G5259 and G756; to beginunder (quietly), that is, comeintoexistence (bepresent or athand); expletively, to exist (as copula or subordinate to an adjective, participle, adverb or preposition, or as auxilliary to principal verb)
KJV Usage: after behave, live.
From G5259 and G1502εἴκω eikō (to yield, be “weak”); to surrender
KJV Usage: submit self.
From G5259 and G1727; under (covertly) contrary to, that is, opposed or (as noun) an opponent
KJV Usage: adversary, against.
From G5259 and G2192; to hold oneself under, that is, endure with patience
KJV Usage: suffer.
From G5259 and a derivative of ἐρέσσω eressō (to row); an underoarsman, that is, (genitive case) subordinate (assistant, sexton, constable)
KJV Usage: minister, officer, servant.
From an obsolete primary (perhaps akin to G5259 through the idea of subsilience); sleep, that is, (figuratively) spiritual torpor
KJV Usage: sleep.
From G5259 and G906; to throw in stealthily, that is, introduce by collusion
KJV Usage: suborn.
From a compound of G5259 and G1125; an underwriting, that is, copy for imitation (figuratively)
KJV Usage: example.
From G5259 and G1166; to exhibitunder the eyes, (figuratively) to exemplify (instruct, admonish)
KJV Usage: show, (fore-) warn.
From G5259 and G1209; to admitunder one’s roof, that is, entertain hospitably
KJV Usage: receive.
From G5259 and G1210; to bindunder one’s feet, that is, puton shoes or sandals
KJV Usage: bind on, (be) shod.
From G5259 and G1349; undersentence, that is, (by implication) condemned
KJV Usage: guilty.
From G5259 and G2224; to girdunder, that is, frap (a vessel with cables across the keel, sides and deck)
KJV Usage: undergirt.
From G5259 and G2736; downunder, that is, beneath
KJV Usage: under.
Middle voice from G5259 and G2919; to decide (speak or act) under a false part, that is, (figuratively) dissemble (pretend)
KJV Usage: feign.
From G5259 and G2983; to take from below, that is, carryupward; figuratively to takeup, that is, continue a discourse or topic; mentally to assume (presume)
KJV Usage: answer, receive, suppose.
Neuter of a presumed compound of G5259 and G3025; vessel or receptacle under the press, that is, lower winevat
KJV Usage: winefat.
From G5259 and G3306; to stayunder (behind), that is, remain; figuratively to undergo, that is, bear (trials), havefortitude, persevere
From G5259 and G3403; to remindquietly, that is, suggest to the (middle voice, one’s own) memory
KJV Usage: put in mind, remember, bring to (put in) remembrance.
From G5259 and G3539; to thinkunder (privately), that is, to surmise or conjecture
KJV Usage: think, suppose, deem.
From G5259 and G4126; to sailunder the lee of
KJV Usage: sail under.
From G5259 and G4154; to breathegently, that is, breeze
KJV Usage: blow softly.
Neuter of a compound of G5259 and G4228; something under the feet, that is, a footrest (figuratively)
KJV Usage: footstool.
From a compound of G5259 and G2476; a settingunder (support), that is, (figuratively) concretely essence, or abstractly assurance (objectively or subjectively)
From G5259 and G4724; to withholdunder (outofsight), that is, (reflexively) to cower or shrink, (figuratively) to conceal (reserve)
KJV Usage: draw (keep) back, shun, withdraw.
From G5259 and G4762; to turnunder (behind), that is, to return (literally or figuratively)
KJV Usage: come again, return (again, back again), turn back (again).
From G5259 and G4766; to strewunderneath (the feet as a carpet)
KJV Usage: spread.
From G5259 and G5021; to subordinate; reflexively to obey
KJV Usage: be under obedience (obedient), put under, subdue unto, (be, make) subject (to, unto), be (put) in subjection (to, under), submit self unto.
From G5259 and G5087; to placeunderneath, that is, (figuratively) to hazard, (reflexively) to suggest
KJV Usage: lay down, put in remembrance.
From G5259 and G5143 (including its alternate); to rununder, that is, (specifically) to sailpast
KJV Usage: run under.
From a compound of G5259 and a derivative of G5179; typificationunder (after), that is, (concretely) a sketch (figuratively) for imitation
KJV Usage: form, pattern.
From G5259 and G5342; to bear from underneath, that is, (figuratively) to undergo hardship
KJV Usage: bear, endure.
From G5259 and G5562; to vacatedown, that is, retire quietly
KJV Usage: go aside, withdraw self.
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)
KJV Usage: keep under, weary.
Comparatively from G5259 (in the sense of behind); later
From the root of ζεύγνυμι zeugnumi (to join, especially by a “yoke”); a coupling, that is, (figuratively) servitude (a law or obligation); also (literally) the beam of the balance (as connecting the scales)
KJV Usage: pair of balances, yoke.
From a compound of G2087 and G2218; to yoke up differently, that is, (figuratively) to associatediscordantly
KJV Usage: unequally yoke together with.
From the same as G2218; a couple, that is, a team (of oxen yoked together) or brace (of birds tied together)
KJV Usage: yoke, pair.
Feminine of a derivative (at the second stage) from the same as G2218; a fastening (tillerrope)
KJV Usage: band.
Probably akin to the base of G2218; a belt; by implication a pocket