paragó: to lead by, to pass by or awayOriginal Word: παράγωPart of Speech:
I pass by, depart, pass awayDefinition:
I pass by, depart, pass away.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to lead by, to pass by or awayNASB Translation
going along (1), passed (2), passer-by (1), passing (1), passing away (3), went (2).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3855: παράγωπαράγω
; imperfect παρῆγον
(John 8:59 Rec.
); present passive 3 person singular παράγεται
; from (Archilochus
(<700 b.c.="">), Theognis), Pindar and Herodotus down; the Sept. several times for עָבַר in Kal and Hiphil;
1. transitive, ((cf. παρά, IV.));
a. to lead past, lead by.
b. to lead aside, mislead; to lead away.
c. to lead to; to lead forth, bring forward.
2. intransitive (see ἄγω, 4);
a. to pass by, go past: Matthew 20:30; Mark 2:14; Mark 15:21; (Luke 18:39 L marginal reading); followed by παρά with an accusative of place, Mark 1:16 L T Tr WH (by κατά with the accusative of place, 3Macc. 6:16; θεωροῦντες παραγουσαν τήν δύναμιν, Polybius 5, 18, 4).
b. to depart, go away: John 8:59 Rec.; ; ἐκεῖθεν, Matthew 9:9, 27. (Others adhere to the meaning pass by in all these passages.) Metaphorically, to pass away, disappear: 1 Corinthians 7:31 (Psalm 143:5<10> ()); in the passive in the same sense, 1 John 2:8, 17.<1> 700>
depart, pass by
From para and ago; to lead near, i.e. (reflexively or intransitively) to go along or away -- depart, pass (away, by, forth).
see GREEK para
see GREEK ago