endeiknumi: to indicate (by word or act), to proveOriginal Word: ἐνδείκνυμιPart of Speech:
I show forthDefinition:
I show forth, prove.
1731 endeíknymi (from 1722 /en "in," which intensifies 1166 /deiknýō, "show") – properly, to make fully evident, showing conspicuous proof which demonstrates something as undeniable. The prefix 1722 (en) adds the dimension of "abiding condition" making the "showing forth" on "open display" for all to see, i.e. obvious so "no one could miss it."
1731 /endeíknymi ("undeniably display") always occurs in the Greek middle voice which underlines the high level of personal interest shown by the one making something very evident.
[Such displaying then is always done with high personal involvement and sense of advantage.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to indicate (by word or act), to proveNASB Translation
demonstrate (4), did (1), show (4), showing (2), shown (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1731: ἐνδείκνυμιἐνδείκνυμι
: to point out
; German anzeigen
), from Pindar
down; in middle first in Homer
; in the N. T. only in the middle: (present ἐνδεικνυμαι
); 1 aorist ἐνεδειξαμην
; properly, to show oneself
in something, show
something in oneself
, 192 (166));
1. to show, demonstrate, prove, whether by arguments or by acts: τί, Romans 9:22 (joined with γνωρίσαι); Ephesians 2:7; Titus 2:10; Titus 3:2; Hebrews 6:11; with two accusatives, the one of the object, the other of the predicate, Romans 2:15; τί ἐν τίνι, the dative of the person, Romans 9:17 (from Exodus 9:16 (cf. Winer's Grammar, 254 (238))); 1 Timothy 1:16; τί εἰς τό ὄνομα τίνος, Hebrews 6:10; τήν ἔνδειξιν ἐνδικνυσθαι (as in Plato, legg. 12, p. 966 b.; cf. Winer's Grammar, 225 (211)); εἰς τινα, 2 Corinthians 8:24.
2. to manifest, display, put forth: τίνι (dative of person) κακά, 2 Timothy 4:14; Genesis 50:15, 17.<1>
do, show forth.
From en and deiknuo; to indicate (by word or act) -- do, show (forth).
see GREEK en
see GREEK deiknuo