G5678 - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Strong's:

Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]}
Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-1

Related words

G5678

G5777

Tense-Aorist
The aorist tense is characterized by its emphasis on punctiliar
action; that is, the concept of the verb is considered without
regard for past, present, or future time. There is no
direct or clear English equivalent for this tense, though it is
generally rendered as a simple past tense in most translations.

The events described by the aorist tense are classified into a
number of categories by grammarians. The most common of these
include a view of the action as having begun from a certain
point ("inceptive aorist"), or having ended at a certain point
("cumulative aorist"), or merely existing at a certain point
("punctiliar aorist"). The categorization of other cases can
be found in Greek reference grammars.

The English reader need not concern himself with most of these
finer points concerning the aorist tense, since in most cases
they cannot be rendered accurately in English translation,
being fine points of Greek exegesis only. The common practice
of rendering an aorist by a simple English past tense should
suffice in most cases.

G5656
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Active See { [G5784]}
Mood -Indicative See { [G5791]}
Count-2319

G5657
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Active See { [G5784]}
Mood -Imperative See { [G5794]}
Count-375

G5658
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Active See { [G5784]}
Mood -Infinitive See { [G5795]}
Count-516

G5659
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Active See { [G5784]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-19

G5660
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Active See { [G5784]}
Mood -Participle See { [G5796]}
Count-714

G5661
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Active See { [G5784]}
Mood -Subjunctive See { [G5792]}
Count-512

G5662
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle Deponent See { [G5788]}
Mood -Indicative See { [G5791]}
Count-352

G5663
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle Deponent See { [G5788]}
Mood -Imperative See { [G5794]}
Count-54

G5664
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle Deponent See { [G5788]}
Mood -Infinitive See { [G5795]}
Count-37

G5665
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle Deponent See { [G5788]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-1

G5666
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle Deponent See { [G5788]}
Mood -Participle See { [G5796]}
Count-88

G5667
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle Deponent See { [G5788]}
Mood -Subjunctive See { [G5792]}
Count-55

G5668
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle See { [G5785]}
Mood -Indicative See { [G5791]}
Count-88

G5669
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle See { [G5785]}
Mood -Imperative See { [G5794]}
Count-30

G5670
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle See { [G5785]}
Mood -Infinitive See { [G5795]}
Count-29

G5671
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle See { [G5785]}
Mood -Participle See { [G5796]}
Count-61

G5672
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle See { [G5785]}
Mood -Subjunctive See { [G5792]}
Count-43

G5673
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle or Passive Deponent See { [G5790]}
Mood -Indicative See { [G5791]}
Count-5

G5674
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle or Passive Deponent See { [G5790]}
Mood -Participle See { [G5796]}
Count-2

G5675
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Indicative See { [G5791]}
Count-79

G5676
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Imperative See { [G5794]}
Count-29

G5677
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Infinitive See { [G5795]}
Count-7

G5679
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Participle See { [G5796]}
Count-164

G5680
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Subjunctive See { [G5792]}
Count-15

G5681
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive See { [G5786]}
Mood -Indicative See { [G5791]}
Count-602

G5682
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive See { [G5786]}
Mood -Imperative See { [G5794]}
Count-40

G5683
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive See { [G5786]}
Mood -Infinitive See { [G5795]}
Count-159

G5684
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive See { [G5786]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-5

G5685
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive See { [G5786]}
Mood -Participle See { [G5796]}
Count-215

G5686
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive See { [G5786]}
Mood -Subjunctive See { [G5792]}
Count-219

G5780
Tense-Second Aorist
The "second aorist" tense is identical in meaning and
translation to the normal or "first" aorist tense. The only
difference is in the form of spelling the words in Greek, and
there is no effect upon English translation.

See "Aorist" { [G5777]}

G5789

Voice-Passive Deponent
The passive deponent forms in almost all cases are translated
as being in the passive voice.

See "Passive" { [G5786]}

G5644
Tense-Second Aorist See { [G5780]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Indicative See { [G5791]}
Count-13

G5645
Tense-Second Aorist See { [G5780]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Imperative See { [G5794]}
Count-2

G5646
Tense-Second Aorist See { [G5780]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Infinitive See { [G5795]}
Count-2

G5647
Tense-Second Aorist See { [G5780]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Subjunctive See { [G5792]}
Count-2

G5675
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Indicative See { [G5791]}
Count-79

G5676
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Imperative See { [G5794]}
Count-29

G5677
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Infinitive See { [G5795]}
Count-7

G5679
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Participle See { [G5796]}
Count-164

G5680
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Subjunctive See { [G5792]}
Count-15

G5690
Tense-Second Future See { [G5781]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Indicative See { [G5791]}
Count-4

G5700
Tense-Future See { [G5776]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Indicative See { [G5791]}
Count-7

G5742
Tense-Present See { [G5774]} Voice-Passive Deponent See { [G5789]}
Mood -Participle See { [G5796]}
Count-2

G5793

Mood-Optative
The optative mood is generally used in the so-called
"fourth-class" conditions which express a wish or desire for
an action to occur in which the completion of such is
doubtful. By the time of the New Testament, the optative mood
was beginning to disappear from spoken and written Greek, and
such rarely occurs in the New Testament.

In a few cases, verbs in the optative mood stand apart from a
conditional clause to express the strongest possible wish
regarding an event. The most common of these appears in the
phrase "mh genoito" (AV, "God forbid"; NKJV "Certainly not").

G5630
Tense-Second Aorist See { [G5780]} Voice-Active See { [G5784]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-15

G5636
Tense-Second Aorist See { [G5780]} Voice-Middle Deponent See { [G5788]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-18

G5659
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Active See { [G5784]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-19

G5665
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Middle Deponent See { [G5788]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-1

G5684
Tense-Aorist See { [G5777]} Voice-Passive See { [G5786]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-5

G5722
Tense-Present See { [G5774]} Voice-Active See { [G5784]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-8

G5739
Tense-Present See { [G5774]} Voice-Middle or Passive Deponent See { [G5790]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-4

G5751
Tense-Present See { [G5774]} Voice-No Voice Stated See { [G5799]}
Mood -Optative See { [G5793]}
Count-12

Reformed Dating