phóneó: to call outOriginal Word: φωνέωPart of Speech:
I crow, shout, summonDefinition:
I give forth a sound, hence: (a) of a cock: I crow, (b) of men: I shout, (c) trans: I call (to myself), summon; I invite, address.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to call outNASB Translation
call (4), called (13), calling (6), calls (1), cried (3), crow (2), crowed (5), crows (5), crying (1), invite (1), summoned (2).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5455: φωνέωφωνέω
; imperfect 3 person singular ἐφώνει
; future φωνήσω
; 1 aorist ἐφώνησα
; 1 aorist infinitive passive, φωνηθῆναι
1. as from Homer down, intransitive, to sound, emit a sound, to speak: of a cock, to crow, Matthew 26:34, 74; Mark 14:30, 68 (L brackets; WH omits the clause (see the latter's Appendix at the passage)), 72; Luke 22:34, 60; John 13:38; John 18:27 (of the cries of other animals, Isaiah 38:14; Jeremiah 17:11; Zephaniah 2:14; rarely so in secular authors as (Aristotle (see Liddell and Scott, under I. 2)), Aesop fab. 36 (225 edition Halm)); of men, to cry, cry out, cry aloud, speak with a loud voice: followed by the words uttered, Luke 8:8; with φωνή μεγάλη added ((cf. Winer's Grammar, § 32, 2 at the end), Mark 1:26 T Tr WH); Acts 16:28; ἐφώνησε λέγων, Luke 8:54; φωνήσας εἶπεν, Luke 16:24; φωνήσας φωνή μεγάλη ... εἶπεν, Luke 23:46; ἐφώνησεν ἐν κραυγή (L T Tr WH φωνή) μεγάλη ... λέγων, Revelation 14:18; (φωνήσαντες ἐπυνθάνοντο (WH text ἐπυθοντο), Acts 10:18).
2. as from (Homer, Odyssey 24, 535) Sophocles down, transitive,
a. to call, call to oneself: τινα — either by one's own voice, Matthew 20:32; Matthew 27:47; Mark 9:35; Mark 10:49 (cf. Buttmann, § 141, 5 at the end); ; John 1:48(); L T Tr WH; ; Acts 9:41; Acts 10:7; — or through another; to send for, summon: Mark 3:31 R G; Luke 16:2; John 9:18, 24; John 11:28b; εἶπε φωνηθῆναι αὐτῷ τούς κτλ., Luke 19:15; ἐφώνησεν τινα ... ἐκ, with a genitive of the place, to call out of (i. e. bid one to quit a place and come to one), John 12:17.
b. to invite: Luke 14:12.
c. equivalent to to address, accost, call by a name: τινα, followed by a nominative of the title (see Winers Grammar, § 29, 1; (Buttmann, § 131, 8)), John 13:13. (Compare: ἀναφωνέω, ἐπιφωνέω, προσφωνέω, συμφωνέω.)<1>
call for, crow, cry.
From phone; to emit a sound (animal, human or instrumental); by implication, to address in words or by name, also in imitation -- call (for), crow, cry.
see GREEK phone