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προ·πετής -ές, gen. sg. -οῦς

Adjective (3-3-3)

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

προπετής

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Occurrences in the GNT

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
προπετεῖςπροπετήςπροπετ(ε)·ες, προπετ(ε)·αςmas nom|voc pl or fem nom|voc pl, mas acc pl or fem acc plfalling forward (acc, nom|voc)2Tm 3:4
προπετὲςπροπετήςπροπετ(ε)·ςneu nom|acc|voc sg or mas voc sg or fem voc sgfalling forward (nom|acc|voc, voc)Acts 19:36

Inflections: 2
Total occurrences: 2

Occurrences in the LXX

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
προπετὴςπροπετήςπροπετ(ε)·^ςmas nom sg or fem nom sgfalling forward (nom)Prv 13:3, Sir 9:18
προπετοῦςπροπετήςπροπετ(ε)·οςneu gen sg or mas gen sg or fem gen sgfalling forward (gen)Prv 10:14

Inflections: 2
Total occurrences: 3

ἀνα+πίπτω to recline (v.) recline, fall back upon
ἀντι+πίπτω to to fall against resist (v.) of circumstances, to be adverse; to fall in a contrary direction
ἀπο+πίπτω to fall off (v.) fall off from, fail
γονυ·πετέω to fall on knees (v.)
δια+πίπτω [LXX] to fall away (v.) slip away, escape, fall asunder, crumble in pieces, turn out ill, be useless
διο·πετής -ές fallen from heaven (adj.) From Διός πίπτω, "fallen from Zeus"
ἐκ+πίπτω to fall off (v.)
ἐμ+πίπτω to fall (v.)
ἐπι+πίπτω to fall-upon (v.) Lit:"fall-upon".
κατα+πίπτω to Fall down (v.)
μετα+πίπτω [LXX] to fall differently undergo a change (v.) in mind, change one's opinion suddenly; of place, migrate, be transferred; of conditions, circumstances, etc. freq. of political changes, undergo revolution; c. gen. rei, fall from, fail of; of property, to be transferred
παρα+πίπτω to fall-away (v.) Lit:"fall-from-close-beside", hence lapse, do-wrong/become-guilty, "slip-up". Traditionally rendered "transgress" or "trespass" (implying disrespect for laws, boundaries. expectations)
παράπτωμα, -ατος, τό transgression/trespass (n.) Lit: "fall-from-close-beside", by extension: a slip/false-step, blunder/error/mistake/failure, infraction/transgression/trespass of/against laws/norms/boundaries/expectations), hence, crime/fault/iniquity.
παρ·εμ+πίπτω [LXX] to to fall in by the way creep or steal in (v.)
περι+πίπτω to encounter (v.) [beside-fall]
προ·πετής -ές falling forward (adj.)
προ+πίπτω [LXX] to throw oneself forward (v.)
προσ+πίπτω to prostrate/fall before (v.)
συμ+πίπτω to collapse (v.) Lit:"fall-together-with", hence dash-together, lay-waste, fall-inward
ὑπο+πίπτω [LXX] to to fall under or down to sink in (v.) get in under or among; of accidents, happen to, befall; collapse underneath, of a substructure; of places, like ὑπόκειμαι, lie under or below; of revenue, belong, accrue to
πίπτω to fall (v.) To fall, or throw oneself down. Numerous figurative uses, including to fail or be ruined.

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