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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:‎ τίθημι

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 Robinson-Pierpont 2005 World English Bible‎ / Wiki English Translation
Mt 14:3 [lexicon][inflect][close]
Article (Definite)

ὁ ἡ τό
[τ]·ο[ς]
mas nom sg
the
γὰρ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Conjunction

γάρ
γαρ
indecl
for since, as
Ἡρῴδης [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Mas. 1st Decl.)

Ἡρῴδης, -ου, ὁ
ηρῳδ·ης
(mas) nom sg
Herod
κρατήσας [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

κρατέω (κρατ(ε)-, κρατη·σ-, κρατη·σ-, κεκρατη·κ-, κεκρατη-, κρατη·θ-)
κρατη·σα[ντ]·ς
1aor act ptcp mas nom|voc sg
to seize/take-hold , from "κράτος" (strength/might), hence take-hold/control-of/retain, exercise-power-over, seize/arrest/detain, bear/carry,
τὸν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Article (Definite)

ὁ ἡ τό
τ·ον
mas acc sg
the
Ἰωάννην [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

Ἰωάν(ν)ης, -ου, ὁ
ιωανν·ην
(mas) acc sg
John
ἔδησεν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

δέω (δε-/δ(ε)-, δη·σ-, δη·σ-, δεδε·κ-, δεδε-, δε·θ-)
ε·δη·σε(ν)
1aor act ind 3rd sg
to bind bind, enchain, tie
{ αὐτὸν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Pronoun (3rd Person)

αὐτός αὐτή αὐτό
αυτ·ον
mas acc sg
he/she/it/same
καὶ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Conjunction

καί
και
indecl
and also, even, namely
ἔθετο [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

τίθημι (ath. τιθ(ε)-, θη·σ-, θη·κ- or 2nd ath. θ(ε)-, τεθει·κ-, τεθει-, τε·θ-)
ε·θ(ε)·το
2aor mp ind 3rd sg
to ήχθην /lay/put/set/situate/arrange/station
ἐν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Preposition

ἐν
εν
indecl
in/with/by (+dat) - εν to see with; prep. at, in; adv. wherein, by; σε pron. thee and prep. in, into, among
φυλακῇ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Fem. 1st Decl.)

φυλακή, -ῆς, ἡ
φυλακ·ῃ
(fem) dat sg
prison/guard
♦ [ αὐτὸν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Pronoun (3rd Person)

αὐτός αὐτή αὐτό
αυτ·ον
mas acc sg
he/she/it/same
] καὶ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Conjunction

καί
και
indecl
and also, even, namely
ἐν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Preposition

ἐν
εν
indecl
in/with/by (+dat) - εν to see with; prep. at, in; adv. wherein, by; σε pron. thee and prep. in, into, among
φυλακῇ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Fem. 1st Decl.)

φυλακή, -ῆς, ἡ
φυλακ·ῃ
(fem) dat sg
prison/guard
ἀπέθετο [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

ἀπο·τίθημι (-, απο+θη·σ-, απο+θη·κ- or 2nd ath. απο+θ(ε)-, -, -, -)
απο·ε·θ(ε)·το
2aor mp ind 3rd sg
to put-away/reject/repudiate Lit:"put/place/lay-from/away", by extension, reject/repudiate, avoid/escape
} , διὰ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Preposition

διά
δια
indecl
because of (+acc), through (+gen) δι’ before vowels. "through/by-means-of" (+gen). The use of this "through" can carry a sense of "because of" (+acc)
Ἡρῳδιάδα [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Fem. 3rd Decl.)

Ἡρῳδιά[δ]ς, -άδος, ἡ
ηρῳδιαδ·α
(fem) acc sg
Herodias
τὴν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Article (Definite)

ὁ ἡ τό
τ·ην
fem acc sg
the
γυναῖκα [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Fem. 3rd Decl., irreg.)

γυνή, -αικος, ἡ, voc. sg. γύναι
γυναικ·α
(fem) acc sg
woman/wife
Φιλίππου [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Mas. 2nd Decl.)

Φίλιππος, -ου, ὁ
φιλιππ·ου
(mas) gen sg
Philip
τοῦ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Article (Definite)

ὁ ἡ τό
τ·ου
neu gen sg or mas gen sg
the
ἀδελφοῦ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Mas. 2nd Decl.)

ἀδελφός, -οῦ, ὁ, voc. pl. ἀδελφοί
αδελφ·ου
(mas) gen sg
brother How do we know these are accurate if anyone can edit them?
αὐτοῦ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Pronoun (3rd Person)

αὐτός αὐτή αὐτό
αυτ·ου
mas gen sg or neu gen sg
he/she/it/same
.
Mt 14:3
For Herod had laid hold of John, and bound him, and put him in prison for the sake of Herodias,[a] his brother Philip’s[b] wife.
———
a Herod Antipas' niece, daughter of Herod the Great's third son Aristobulus IV, sister of Herod Antipas' half-brother King Herod Agrippa I (the Herod in Acts 12), and wife of another of Herod Antipas' half-brothers, Herod II Boethus (a.k.a. Philip). Herod the Great executed Herodias' father Aristobulus and his older brother Alexander in 7 BCE, after which he married Herodias off to his fourth son Herod II (a.k.a. Herod Boethus because his maternal grandfather was the high priest Simon Boethus). After Herod II fell out of the line of succession (see next note), Herodias eventually divorced him for Herod Antipas.
b Philip is a misattribution for Herod II Boethus, fourth son of Herod the Great and husband of Herodias. Consequently, Herod II Boethus is sometimes referred to extra-biblically as Herod Philip I, while Herod the Great's seventh son, Philip the Tetrarch (the Philip in Lk. 3:1; see also text note, Mt. 2:22), who eventually married Herod II's and Herodias' daughter Salome, is referred to as Herod Philip II. Herod II was removed from the line of succession after Herod discovered that his mother had been aware of a plot by Herod's eldest son, Antipater III, in 5 BCE, to poison Herod.
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