G907 βαπτίζω - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
βαπτίζω
to dip in
Dodson:
βαπτίζω
I dip, submerge, baptize
lit: I dip, submerge, but specifically of ceremonial dipping; I baptize.
Strong's:
βαπτίζω
to immerse, submerge; to make whelmed (i.e. fully wet); used only (in the New Testament) of ceremonial ablution, especially (technically) of the ordinance of Christian baptism
Derivation: from a derivative of G911;

KJV Usage: Baptist, baptize, wash.

G911
TBESG:
βαπτίζω
to baptize
G:V
βαπτίζω
(< βάπτω), [in LXX: 4Ki.5:14 (טבל),
Refs Isa.21:4, Jdth.12:7, Sir.31 (34)30
* ;]
to dip, immerse, sink;
__1. generally (in Polyb., iii, 72, of soldiers wading breast-deep; in i, 51, of the sinking of ships); metaph., to overwhelm (Is, l.with; cf. MM, Exp., x); with cogn. accusative, βάπτισμα β.,
Refs Mrk.10:38, 39 Luk.12:50
. Mid.,
__2. to perform ablutions, wash oneself, bathe (Ki, Jth, Si, ll. with): Mrk.7:4; aor. pass, in same sense, Luk.11:38.
__3 Of ablution, immersion, as a religious rite, to baptize;
__(a) (a) absol.;
Refs Mrk.1:4, Jhn.1:25, 26 28 3:22, 23, 26 4:2 10:40, 1Co.1:17
; ὁ βαπτίζων (= ὁ βαπτιστής, M, Pr., 127),
Refs Mrk.6:14, 24
; with accusative,
Refs Jhn.4:1, Act.8:38, I Co 1:14, 16
; with cogn. accusative, τὸ βάπτισμα, Act.19:4 (cf. Mrk.10:38, supr.); pass., to be baptized, receive baptism: Mat.3:13,
Refs 14, 16, Mrk.16:16, Luk.3:7, 12 21 7:29
(τ. βάπτισμα)
Refs ib. 30, Act.2:41 8:12, 13 36 9:18 10:47 16:15, 33 18:8
; mid., 22:16 (M, Pr., 163);
__(b) with prepositions: ἐν, of the element,
Refs Mat.3:6, 11 Mrk.1:4, 5 8, Luk.3:16, Jhn.1:26, 31 33 3:23, Act.1:5 2:38 10:48 11:16, 1Co.10:2
; εἰς, of the element, purpose or result (Lft., Notes, 155),
Refs Mat.3:1 28:19, Mrk.1:9, Act.8:16 19:3, 5 Rom.6:3
, 1Co.1:13,
Refs 15 10:2 12:13, Gal.3:27
; with dative, ὕδατι,
Refs Luk.3:16, Act.1:5 11:16
; ὑπὲρ τῶν νεκρῶν, perh. to fulfil the wish of a dead friend, 1Co.15:29
(see ICC, in l.; cf. DB, i, 238ff.; DCG, i, 169a; ii, 605b; Cremer, 126).
† (AS)
Thayer:
1) to dip repeatedly, to immerse, to submerge (of vessels sunk)
2) to cleanse by dipping or submerging, to wash, to make clean with water, to wash one's self, bathe
3) to overwhelm


βαπτίζω
baptizō
bap-tid'-zo
From a derivative of G911; to make whelmed (that is, fully wet); used only (in the New Testament) of ceremonial ablution, especially (technically) of the ordinance of Christian baptism

KJV Usage: baptist, baptize, wash.


View how G907 βαπτίζω is used in the Bible

First 30 of 86 occurrences of G907 βαπτίζω

Matthew 3:6 were baptized
Matthew 3:11 baptize
Matthew 3:11 shall baptize
Matthew 3:13 to be baptized
Matthew 3:14 to be baptized
Matthew 3:16 having been baptized,
Matthew 20:22 to be baptized
Matthew 20:22 am baptized with?
Matthew 20:23 be baptized
Matthew 20:23 am baptized with:
Matthew 28:19 baptizing
Mark 1:4 baptizing
Mark 1:5 were
Mark 1:5 baptized
Mark 1:8 have baptized
Mark 1:8 shall baptize
Mark 1:9 was baptized
Mark 6:14 the Baptist
Mark 7:4 they dip,
Mark 10:38 be baptized
Mark 10:38 am baptized with?
Mark 10:39 am baptized with
Mark 10:39 shall ye be baptized:
Mark 16:16 is baptized
Luke 3:7 to be baptized
Luke 3:12 to be baptized,
Luke 3:16 baptize
Luke 3:16 shall baptize
Luke 3:21 were baptized,
Luke 3:21 being baptized,

Distinct usage

10 baptized
5 to be baptized
4 baptizing
3 be baptized
3 shall baptize
3 were
3 baptize
2 am baptized with?
2 shall be baptized
2 I baptized
2 having been baptized,
2 were baptized
1 am baptized with:
1 have baptized
1 was baptized
1 the Baptist
1 am baptized with
1 shall ye be baptized:
1 is baptized
1 were baptized,
1 being baptized,
1 being baptized
1 being
1 to be baptized with;
1 baptizing.
1 to baptize
1 he who baptizeth
1 baptized.
1 baptizeth,
1 baptized;
1 he baptized
1 was baptized.
1 she was baptized,
1 were baptized.
1 were ye baptized?
1 this, they were baptized
1 I had baptized
1 whether I baptized
1 who are baptized
1 are they then baptized
1 should
1 be baptized,
1 were baptized:
1 to be baptized?
1 was baptized,
1 and be baptized,
1 being baptized.
1 they dip,
1 he had
1 dipped
1 to be baptized,
1 baptizest thou
1 they were baptized,
1 as were baptized
1 were ye baptized
1 to baptize,
1 have been baptized

Corresponding Hebrew Words

baptizo H2881 taval


Related words

G907 βαπτίζω

G908 βάπτισμα
βάπτισμα
baptisma
bap'-tis-mah
From G907; baptism (technically or figuratively)

KJV Usage: baptism.


G909 βαπτισμός
βαπτισμός
baptismos
bap-tis-mos'
From G907; ablution (ceremonially or Christian)

KJV Usage: baptism, washing.


G910 Βαπτιστής
Βαπτιστής
Baptistēs
bap-tis-tace'
From G907; a baptizer, as an epithet of Christ’s forerunner

KJV Usage: Baptist.


G911 βάπτω

βάπτω
baptō
bap'-to
A primary verb; to whelm, that is, cover wholly with a fluid; in the New Testament only in a qualified or specific sense, that is, (literally) to moisten (a part of one’s person), or (by implication) to stain (as with dye)

KJV Usage: dip.


G1686 ἐμβάπτω
ἐμβάπτω
embaptō
em-bap'-to
From G1722 and G911; to whelm on, that is, wet (a part of the person, etc.) by contact with a fluid

KJV Usage: dip.