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1) to lay hold of
1a) to lay hold of so as to make one's own, to obtain, attain to,
to make one's own, to take into one's self, appropriate
1b) to seize upon, take possession of
1b1) of evils overtaking one, of the last day overtaking the
wicked with destruction, of a demon about to torment one
1b2) in a good sense, of Christ by his holy power and influence
laying hold of the human mind and will, in order to prompt
and govern it
1c) to detect, catch
1d) to lay hold of with the mind
1d1) to understand, perceive, learn, comprehend
Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)
; to take eagerly
, that is, seize
, etc. (literally or figuratively):apprehend, attain, come upon, comprehend, find, obtain, perceive, (over-) take.
Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)
- katalambanō; from 2596 and 2983; to lay hold of, seize:
- NASB - attained(1), caught(2), comprehend(2), found(1), laid hold(2), lay hold(1), overtake(2), seizes(1), understand(1), understood(1), win(1).
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AV - take 3, apprehend 3, comprehend 2, come upon 1, attain 1,
find 1, overtake 1, obtain 1; 15
- Philippians 3:12.
- Philippians 3:12, 13.
- Romans 9:30.
- Ephesians 3:18.
- John 1:5.
- Acts 25:25.
- 1 Corinthians 9:24.
- 1 Thessalonians 5:4.
- Acts 10:34.
- Acts 4:13.
- John 8:3, 4.
- Mark 9:18.
- John 12:35.
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