hupomimnéskó: to cause (one) to remember, to remindOriginal Word: ὑπομιμνῄσκωPart of Speech:
I remind, rememberDefinition:
I remind; pass: I remember, call to mind.
5279 hypomimnḗskō (from 5259 /hypó, "under" and 3403 /mimnḗskō, "remember") – properly, to remember because prompted.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to cause (one) to remember, to remindNASB Translation
bring to...remembrance (1), call attention (1), remembered (1), remind (4).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5279: ὑπομιμνῄσκωὑπομιμνῄσκω
; future ὑπομνήσω
; 1 aorist infinitive Ὑπομνῆσαι
; 1 aorist passive ὑπεμνησθην
; from Homer
down; (cf. our 'suggest', see ἀνάμνησις
1. actively, to cause one to remember, bring to remembrance, recall to mind: τί (to another), 2 Timothy 2:14; τινα τί, John 14:26 (Thucydides 7, 64; Xenophon, Hier. 1, 3; Plato, Isocrates, Demosthenes); with implied censure, 3 John 1:10; τινα περί τίνος, to put one in remembrance, admonish, of something: 2 Peter 1:12 (Plato, Phaedr., p. 275 d.); τινα, followed by ὅτι, Jude 1:5 (Xenophon, mem. 3, 9, 8; Plato, de rep. 5, p. 452 c.; Aelian v. h. 4, 17); τινα, followed by an infinitive (indicating what must be done), Titus 3:1 (Xenophon, hipparch. 8, 10).
2. passively, to be reminded, to remember: τίνος, Luke 22:61.<1>
remember, bring to mind
From hupo and mimnesko; to remind quietly, i.e. Suggest to the (middle voice, one's own) memory -- put in mind, remember, bring to (put in) remembrance.
see GREEK hupo
see GREEK mimnesko