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Α Β Γ Δ Ε Ζ Η Θ Ι Κ Λ Μ Ν Ξ Ο Π Ρ Σ Τ Υ Φ Χ Ψ Ω

Lemma:‎ κατηγορέω

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 Robinson-Pierpont 2005 World English Bible‎ / Wiki English Translation
Acts 25:11Εἰ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Particle

εἰ
ει
indecl
if
μὲν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Particle

μέν
μεν
indecl
indeed /certainly/surely.
{ γὰρ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Conjunction

γάρ
γαρ
indecl
for since, as
οὖν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Particle

οὖν
ουν
indecl
therefore /accordingly/therefore. Similar to, but not as disjunctive as "ἄρα".
} ἀδικῶ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

ἀ·δικέω (αδικ(ε)-, αδικη·σ-, αδικη·σ-, ηδικη·κ-, ηδικη-, αδικη·θ-)
αδικ(ε)·ω
pres act ind 1st sg or pres act sub 1st sg
to do-harm/wrong Lit:"do-unright".
καὶ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Conjunction

καί
και
indecl
and also, even, namely
ἄξιον [lexicon][inflect][close]
Adjective (2-1-2)

ἄξιος -ία -ον
αξι·ον
neu nom|acc|voc sg or mas acc sg
worthy From "ἄγω" (bring/lead/carry somet5hing valuable), hence worthy/worthwhile/valuable
θανάτου [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Mas. 2nd Decl.); Verb

θάνατος, -ου, ὁ; θανατόω (θανατ(ο)-, θανατω·σ-, θανατω·σ-, -, τεθανατω-, θανατω·θ-)
θανατ·ου; θανατ(ο)·ε, θανατ(ο)·ου
(mas) gen sg; pres act imp 2nd sg, pres mp imp 2nd sg
death; to put-to-death from "θάνατος"(death) and "θνῄσκω"(I-am-dying).
πέπραχά [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

πράσσω/πράττω (πρασσ-/πραττ-, πραξ-, πραξ-, πεπραχ·[κ]-, πεπρασσ-, πραχ·θ-)
πεπρασσ·κα
perf act ind 1st sg
to do [practice, perform, accomplish]
τι [lexicon][inflect][close]
Quantifier (Indefinite Numeral)

τὶ[ν]ς[2] τὶ[ν], gen. τινός, dat. τινί, acc. τινά τὶ
τι[ν]
neu nom|acc sg
someone/anyone indefinite pronoun; someone, something, anyone, anything. Specific/non-specific is determined from text-markings and/or context).
, οὐ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Particle

οὐ[2]/οὐκ/οὐχ
ου
indecl
not Often written "οὐκ" before smooth breathing, "οὐχ" before rough breathing, "οὐ" before consonants.
παραιτοῦμαι [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

παρ·αιτέομαι (παρ+αιτ(ε)-, -, παρ+αιτη·σ-, -, παρ+ῃτη-, -)
παρ·αιτ(ε)·ομαι
pres mp ind 1st sg
to reject abandon, forgo, give up, quit, relinquish, resign from, leave, beg, ask, decline, deprecate
τὸ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Article (Definite)

ὁ ἡ τό
τ·ο
neu nom|acc sg
the
ἀποθανεῖν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

ἀπο·θνῄσκω (απο+θνῃσκ-, απο+θαν(ε)·[σ]-, 2nd απο+θαν-, -, -, -)
απο·θαν(ε)·[σ]ειν, απο·θαν·ειν
fut act inf, 2aor act inf
to die
· εἰ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Particle

εἰ
ει
indecl
if
δὲ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Particle

δέ
δε
indecl
but, yet [postpositive particle; adversative (but), continuitive (and, now, also), contrastive (yet); in constructions with μέν... δέ (on the one hand... but...)]
οὐδέν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Quantifier (Indefinite Numeral)

οὐδ·είς οὐδε·μία οὐδ·έν and οὐθ·είς (οὐθε·μία) οὐθ·έν
ουδε[ι]ν
neu nom|acc sg
none [not one, no one]
ἐστιν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

εἰμί[1] (ath. (εσ)-/(εσ)-, εσ·[σ]-, -, -, -, -)
(εσ)·^σι(ν)
pres act ind 3rd sg
to be
ὧν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Pronoun (Relative)

ὅς ἥ ὅ
ων
neu gen pl or mas gen pl or fem gen pl
who/whom/which
οὗτοι [lexicon][inflect][close]
Determiner (Demonstrative)

οὗτος αὕτη τοῦτο
[τ]ουτ·οι
mas nom pl
this When combined, "τοῦτ’ ἔστιν" means "that is"(i.e., in-other-words).
κατηγοροῦσίν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

κατ·ηγορέω (κατ+ηγορ(ε)-, κατ+ηγορη·σ-, κατ+ηγορη·σ-, -, κατ+ηγορη-, -)
κατ·ηγορ(ε)·ουσι(ν), κατ·ηγορ(ε)·ου[ντ]·σι(ν)
pres act ind 3rd pl, pres act ptcp mas dat pl or pres act ptcp neu dat pl
to accuse (reproach)
μου [lexicon][inflect][close]
Pronoun (1st Person)

ἐγώ, ἐμοῦ (μου), ἐμοί (μοι), ἐμέ (με), pl. ἡμεῖς, ἡμῶν, ἡμῖν, ἡμᾶς
μου
gen sg
I
, οὐδείς [lexicon][inflect][close]
Quantifier (Indefinite Numeral)

οὐδ·είς οὐδε·μία οὐδ·έν and οὐθ·είς (οὐθε·μία) οὐθ·έν
ουδει[ν]·ς
mas nom sg
none [not one, no one]
με [lexicon][inflect][close]
Pronoun (1st Person)

ἐγώ, ἐμοῦ (μου), ἐμοί (μοι), ἐμέ (με), pl. ἡμεῖς, ἡμῶν, ἡμῖν, ἡμᾶς
με
acc sg
I
δύναται [lexicon][inflect][close]
Adjective (2-1-2); Verb

δυνατός -ή -όν; δύνα·μαι (ath. δυν(α)-/ath. δυν(η)-, δυνη·σ-, -, -, -, δυνη·θ-/δυνασ·θ-)
δυνατ·αι; δυν(α)·ται
fem nom|voc pl; pres mp ind 3rd sg
capable /powerful/able/; to able
αὐτοῖς [lexicon][inflect][close]
Pronoun (3rd Person)

αὐτός αὐτή αὐτό
αυτ·οις
mas dat pl or neu dat pl
he/she/it/same
χαρίσασθαι [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

χαρίζομαι (χαριζ-, χαρι·σ-, χαρι·σ-, -, κεχαρισ-, χαρισ·θ-)
χαρι·σασθαι
1aor mp inf
to grant/give/favor From noun "χάρις"(grace/favor/kindness), hence grant/give/favor, by extension, donate/present/endow.
. Καίσαρα [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Mas. 3rd Decl.)

Καῖσαρ, -αρος, ὁ
καισαρ·α
(mas) acc sg
Caesar
ἐπικαλοῦμαι [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

ἐπι·καλέω (επι+καλ(ε)-, επι+καλε·σ-, επι+καλε·σ-, -, επι+κεκλη-, επι+κλη·θ-)
επι·καλ(ε)·ομαι
pres mp ind 1st sg
to call-upon Lit:"call-upon", hence call-upon(+gen), appeal-to(+acc, dat), surnamed (passive + specific name)
.
Acts 25:11
For if I have done wrong, and have committed anything worthy of death, I don’t refuse to die do not seek to evade dying; but if none of those things is true that they accuse me of, no one can (just) give grant[a] me up to them. I appeal to Caesar!”[b]
———
a That is, to be killed without due process. Gk. χαρίζομαι, to grant (as a gift or favor). See 25:9, 16.
b It's not clear whether Paul jumped the gun by appealing to Caesar so soon in response to Festus' question whether he'd be willing to be tried by him in Jerusalem. Paul appears to have tied Festus' hands, for Festus apparently did not want to send him to Caesar (25:26) as he didn't find the Jews' accusations convincing (25:18) and certainly not worthy of death (25:25) and seems ready to have let Paul go (25:21). But after being left languishing in prison by Felix for two years (24:27), Paul had probably already made up his mind to appeal to Caesar as soon as he got an audience. For just as Felix had left him in prison to curry favor with the Jews (24:27), so also did Festus want to curry favor with the Jews (25:9)—which is why, rather than just deciding his case (24:22) after hearing the charges (25:7), he instead offered to try Paul in Jerusalem—and so might have left him in prison.
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