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αντανιστημι • ANTANISTHMI • antanistēmi

ἀντ·αν·ίστημι [LXX] (-, -, αντανα+στη·σ-, -, -, -)

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Perseus Dictionary Entry (Liddell and Scott [and Jones]'s Greek-English Lexicon, 9th ed., 1925-1940)

ἀντανίστημι

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Occurrences in the LXX

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
ἀντανέστησανἀντανίστημιαντανα·ε·στη·σαν1aor act ind 3rd plthey-???-edBar 3:19

Inflections: 1
Total occurrences: 1

στατέω/στατόω

ἀνα+στατέω [EXTRA] to lure away (v.)
ἀνα+στατόω to upset (v.) drive out, unsettle, destroy
ἀπο+στατέω [LXX] to rebel (v.) Lit:"stand-away-from". hence rebel,
ἀ·στατέω to be itinerant (v.)

στάσις

ἀ·κατα·στασία, -ας, ἡ upheaval (n.)
ἀ·κατά·στατος -ον unstable (adj.)
ἀνά·στασις, -εως, ἡ resurrection (n.)
ἀπο·κατά·στασις, -εως, ἡ restore to a state of wholeness (n.) redintegration make whole again
ἀπο·στασία, -ας, ἡ departure (n.) Der. ἀφίστημι, ἀπο = away from - στασία comes from the root ἵστημι = to stand; it is to stand away, separate or depart. Several early translations have "departure" in II Thessalonians 2:3
ἀπο·στάσιον, -ου, τό notice of divorce (n.)
ἀπό·στασις, -εως, ἡ [LXX] ??? (n.)
ἀπο·στάτης, -ου, ὁ [LXX] apostate (n.)
διχο·στασία, -ας, ἡ dissension (n.)
ἔκ·στασις, -εως, ἡ astoundment/ecstasy (n.)
ἐξ·ανά·στασις, -εως, ἡ resurrection (n.)
ἐπ·ανά·στασις, -εως, ἡ [LXX] ??? (n.)
ἐπί·στασις, -εως, ἡ pressure (n.)
ἐπι·στάτης, -ου, ὁ master (n.)
ἐπι·σύ·στασις, -εως, ἡ ??? (n.)
εὐ·περί·στατος -ον Easily Ensnaring (adj.) (easily: besetting, constricting, obstructing; leading to distress)
προ·στάτης, -ου, ὁ [LXX] ??? (n.)
πρωτο·στάτης, -ου, ὁ leader (n.)
στάσις, -εως, ἡ station/place (n.)
συ·στασιαστής, -οῦ, ὁ co-insurrectionist (n.)
σύ·στασις, -εως, ἡ [LXX] ??? (n.)
συ·στατικός -ή -όν ??? (adj.)
τρι·στάτης, -ου, ὁ [LXX] vizier (n.)
ὑπό·στασις, -εως, ἡ support-structure, confidence (n.) Lit:"what-stands-under/below", hence foundation, sub/support-structure, underpinning. Fig:confidence Eng:"sub-stance"(solid/tangible),"hypostasis" (underlying-reality). LXX: counsel,garrison,tent,burden,pillar,foot-hold,hope

ἐπίσταμαι

ἐπίσταμαι (not to be confused with ἐφ+ίστημι) to understand (v.) Lit:"stand-over/upon", hence understand, confidently-know. Slang: get/have-the-big-picture, see-the-forest-for-the-trees.

ἵστημι

ἵστημι to stand (v.) /cause-to-stand
ἀνθ+ίστημι to oppose (v.) lit Lit;"stand-against",hence oppose.
ἀν+ιστάω (by-form of ἀν+ίστημι) to raise up (v.)
ἀν+ίστημι to stand-up/again (v.) Lit:"stand-up/again", hence put-up/raise/arise. Usually resurrect.
ἀντ·αν+ίστημι [LXX] to ??? (v.)
ἀντι·καθ+ίστημι to Oppose (v.) (withstood, resist, set against, oppose, establish as a counterpart)
ἀπ·αν+ίστημι [LXX] to ??? (v.)
ἀπο·καθ+ιστάνω/-ιστάω (by-form of ἀπο·καθ+ίστημι) to ??? (v.)
ἀπο·καθ+ίστημι to restore (v.)
ἀφ+ιστάω (by-form of ἀφ+ίστημι) [LXX] to ??? (v.)
ἀφ+ίστημι to disengage (v.) fall away, depart
δι+ΐστημι to separate (v.)
ἐν+ίστημι to fix into position (v.)
ἐξ·αν+ίστημι to raise up (v.) arise; εξανστηση rising out from death, rouse
ἐξ+ιστάνω/-ιστάω (by-form of ἐξ+ίστημι) to ??? (v.)
ἐξ+ίστημι to be-astonished (v.) Lit:stand-from-out-of", hence be-astonished/astounded/amazed/crazy/out-of-ones-mind. LXX:tremble/confuse/dismay/upset/trouble/faint/displace
ἐπ·αν+ιστάνω (by-form of ἐπ·αν+ίστημι) to uprise/rebel (v.)
ἐπ·αν+ίστημι to uprise/rebel (v.)
ἐπι·συν+ίστημι [LXX] to ??? (v.)
ἐφ+ίστημι to stand over (v.)
ἱστάνω/ἱστάω (by-form of ἵστημι) to stand (v.)
καθ+ιστάνω/-ιστάω (by-form of καθ+ίστημι) to appoint (v.) to appoint, set, establish, conduct
καθ+ίστημι to appoint (v.) Lit"down-stand", hence give-standing/authority, hence appoint, put-in-charge set-in-order, lay, render, enable, widowed. In some instances, similar to "τίθημι" (place/lay/put/set/appoint).
κατ·εφ+ίσταμαι to ??? (v.)
μεθ+ιστάνω/-ιστάω (by-form of μεθ+ίστημι) to ??? (v.)
μεθ+ίστημι to remove/replace (v.) Lit:"stand-with/after", hence remove/replace/transfer/change-position. By extension, remove-by-killing, stand-among/in-the-midst-of, c. dat., “ἑτάροισι μεθίστατο” Il.5.514.
μετ·αν+ίστημι [LXX] to ??? (v.)
παρα·καθ+ίστημι [LXX] to ??? (v.)
παρα+στήκω (derivation of -ίστημι) [LXX] to stand-here/close arrive (v.) Lit:"stand-close-beside". Fig: arrive.
παρ·εξ+ίστημι [LXX] to undergo-change (v.)
παρ+ιστάνω/-ιστάω (by-form of παρ+ίστημι) to ??? (v.)
παρ+ίστημι to stand-with/beside (v.) Lit: "stand-close-beside", hence cause-to-stand/place-beside, present, be-beside-oneself, lose one's wits, dispose, induce, arouse, inspire, arouse, inspire, furnish, supply, deliver, prove, show.
περι+ΐστημι to stand around (v.)
προ+ΐστημι to preside/exhibit (v.) position on authority. put forward as an excuse or pretence, use as a screen, to stand before as to guard
προσ·καθ+ίστημι [LXX] to ??? (v.)
στήκω (derivation of ἵστημι) to stand (v.) stay
συμ·παρ+ίστημι [LXX] to ??? (v.)
συν·εφ+ίστημι to ??? (v.)
συν+ιστάνω/-ιστάω (by-form of συν+ίστημι) to commend (v.)
συν+ίστημι to stand with (v.) L. cohaerere, from co- 'together' + haerere 'to stick'.
ὑφ+ίστημι [LXX] to Stand-under (v.) Lit: Stand-under, hence encamp, garrison, endure, withstand

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