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G5293 - Subject

Strong's No.:G5293

Greek:ὑποτάσσω

Transliteration:hupotassō

Phonetic:hoop-ot-as'-so

Word Origin:From G5259 and G5021

Bible Usage:be under obedience (obedient) put under subdue unto (be make) subject (to unto) be (put) in subjection (to under) submit self unto.

Part of Speech:Verb

Strongs
Definition:

to subordinate; reflexively to obey


Thayers
Definition:

1. to arrange under, to subordinate

2. to subject, put in subjection

3. to subject one's self, obey

4. to submit to one's control

5. to yield to one's admonition or advice

6. to obey, be subject A Greek military term meaning "to arrange [troop divisions] in amilitary fashion under the command of a leader". In non-military use,it was "a voluntary attitude of giving in, cooperating, assumingresponsibility, and carrying a burden".


Bible References:
Subject

Translation
Occurrences:
obedience ( 1 )
obedient ( 2 )
put ( 2 )
subdue ( 1 )
subject ( 9 )
subjected ( 1 )
subjection ( 5 )
Submit ( 1 )
themselves ( 1 )
to ( 1 )
under ( 5 )
unto ( 6 )
yourselves ( 5 )

 

Definitions are taken from Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.