humneó: to sing to, to laudOriginal Word: ὑμνέωPart of Speech:
I sing, sing hymns toDefinition:
I sing, sing hymns to, praise.
5214 hymnéō (from 5215 /hýmnos, "a song or hymn") – to sing a hymn.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to sing to, to laudNASB Translation
sing...praise (1), singing a hymn (2), singing hymns (1), singing hymns of praise (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5214: ὑμνέωὑμνέω
: imperfect ὕμνουν
; future ὑμνήσω
; 1 aorist participle ὑμνησας
); from Hesiod
down; the Sept.
often for הִלֵּל
1. transitive, to sing the praise of; sing hymns to: τινα, Acts 16:25; Hebrews 2:12.
2. intransitive, to sing a hymn, to sing: Matthew 26:30; Mark 14:26 (in both passages of the singing of the paschal hymns; these were Psalm 113-118 and Psalm 136, which the Jews call the 'great Hallel' (but see Ginsburg in Kitto under the word Hallel; Edersheim, The Temple etc., p. 191f; Buxtorf (edited by Fischer), p. 314f)); Psalm 64:13<10> (); 1 Macc. 13:47.<1>
sing to, sing a hymn of praise unto.
From humnos; to hymn, i.e. Sing a religious ode; by implication, to celebrate (God) in song -- sing a hymn (praise unto).
see GREEK humnos