NEW TESTAMENT GREEK DEPONENT VERBS
A list of Greek deponent verbs used in Logos Apostolic Greek interlinear. The Strong's number is on the left, its occurrences after it in brackets, then the Greek word and its common translation.
Deponent verbs are verbs which are middle or passive in form but active in meaning.
143 (1x) αἰσθάνομαι to understand
153 (5x) αἰσχύνομαι to be ashamed
242 (3x) ἅλλομαι to leap or to spring
782 (60x) ἀσπάζομαι to greet
1014 (34x) βούλομαι to want, to will or to wish
1096 (678x) γίνομαι to become or come into existence
1209 (59x) δέχομαι to receive
1410 (210x) δύναμαι to be able
1861 (15x) ἐπαγγέλλομαι to promise
2038 (39x) ἐργάζομαι to work
2300 (24x) θεάομαι to see, to look at, to examine
2064 (643x) ἔρχομαι to come
2521 (89x) κάθημαι to sit, to be seated
2749 (26x) κεῖμαι to lie, to place, to set, to establish
3164 (4x) μάχομαι to quarrel, to fight, to contend, to strive
4198 (154x) πορεύομαι to go, to pass, to depart, to travel.
5399 (93x) φοβέω to frighten, to fear, to be afraid
5574 (11x) ψεύδομαι to lie
Future Deponent Verbs
These verbs are deponent only in the future tense.
5343 φεύξομαι will flee.
N - Nominative
V - Vocative
A - Accusative
G - Genitive
D - Dative
1 - 1st Person
2 - 2nd Person
3 - 3rd Person.
S - Singular
P - Plural
P - Present
I - Imperfect
F - Future
A - Aorist
R - Perfect
L - Pluperfect
A - Active
M - Middle
P - Passive
M/P - Middle or Passive
D - Middle or Passive
I - Indicative
M - Imperative
S - Subjunctive
O - Optative
N - Infinitive
P - Participle
M - Masculine
F - Feminine
N - Neuter
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