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1) to put a name upon, to surname
1a) to permit one's self to be surnamed
2) to be named after someone
3) to call something to one
3a) to cry out upon or against one
3b) to charge something to one as a crime or reproach
3c) to summon one on any charge, prosecute one for a crime
3d) to blame one for, accuse one of
4) to invoke
4a) to call upon for one's self, in one's behalf
4a1) any one as a helper
4a2) as my witness
4a3) as my judge
4a4) to appeal unto
5) to call upon by pronouncing the name of Jehovah
5a) an expression finding its explanation in the fact that prayers
addressed to God ordinarily began with an invocation of the
Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)
Middle voice from G1909
; to entitle
; by implication to invoke
(for aid, worship, testimony, decision, etc.):appeal (unto), call (on, upon), surname.
Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)
- epikaleō; from 1909 and 2564; to call upon:
- NASB - address(1), appeal(2), appealed(4), call(7), called(14), calling(1), calls(1).
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AV - call on 7, be (one's) surname 6, be surnamed 5, call upon 4,
appeal unto 4, call 4, appeal to 1, appeal 1; 32
- Acts 28:19.
- Acts 25:21.
- Acts 9:14. 2 Corinthians 1:23.
- Hebrews 11:16. James 2:7.
- Acts 26:32.
- Acts 10:5, 32; 11:13.
- Acts 2:21; 9:21; 22:16. Romans 10:14. 2 Timothy 2:22. 1 Peter 1:17.
- Luke 22:3. Acts 1:23; 4:36; 10:18; 15:22.
- Acts 25:25.
- Acts 25:11, 12; 26:32.
- Acts 7:59. Romans 10:12, 13. 1 Corinthians 1:2.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
- Matthew 10:3. Acts 12:12, 25.
- Acts 15:17.
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