4367. prostassó
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prostassó: to place at, give a command
Original Word: προστάσσω
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: prostassó
Phonetic Spelling: (pros-tas'-so)
Short Definition: I instruct, command, appoint
Definition: (a) I instruct, command, (b) I appoint, assign.

HELPS word-Studies

4367 prostássō (from 4314 /prós, "move towards, with," which intensifies 5021 /tássō, "to place, arrange") – properly, allot, emphasizing the intention of the one assigning (commanding).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from pros and tassó
to place at, give a command
NASB Translation
appointed (1), commanded (5), ordered (1).

STRONGS NT 4367: προστάσσω

προστάσσω: 1 aorist προσέταξα; perfect passive participle προστεταγμενος; from (Aeschylus and) Herodotus down;

1. to assign or ascribe to, join to.

2. to enjoin, order, prescribe, command: the Sept. for צִוָּה; absolutely καθώς προσέταξε, Luke 5:14; with the dative of a person, Matthew 1:24; Matthew 21:6 R G T; τί, Matthew 8:4; Mark 1:44; τίνι τί, passive, Acts 10:33; followed by an accusative with an infinitive Acts 10:48; to appoint, to define, passive, προστετάγμενοι καιροί, Acts 17:26 G L (stereotype edition (larger edition, πρός τεταγμένοι)) T Tr WH, for the Rec. προτετάγμενοι. (Synonym: see κελεύω, at the end.)

command, bid

From pros and tasso; to arrange towards, i.e. (figuratively) enjoin -- bid, command.

see GREEK pros

see GREEK tasso

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