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Greek New Testament Concordance —The noun ζημια

Greek New Testament concordance of the noun ζημια [Str-2209], which occurs 4 times in the New Testament

This word inflects according to its grammatical function and context, and thus comes in various forms.

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And said unto them, Sirs, I perceive that this voyage will be with hurt and much damage, not only of the lading and ship, but also of our lives.
λεγων
saying
participle
pres-act-par
nom-si-mas
αυτοις
to them
3rd-p pers pron
dat-pl-mas
ανδρες
men
noun
voc-pl-mas
θεωρω
I observe
verb
pres-act-ind
1st-p si
οτι
that
conjunction
μετα
with(in)
preposition
υβρεως
[see note]
και
and
conjunction
πολλης
of much
adjective
gen-si-fem
ζημιας
of loss
noun
gen-si-fem
ου
not
conjunction
μονον
only
adverb
του
of the
def art
gen-si-neu
φορτου
of cargo
noun
gen-si-neu
και
and
conjunction
του
of the
def art
gen-si-neu
πλοιου
of boat
noun
gen-si-neu
αλλα
but
conjunction
και
and
conjunction
των
of the
def art
gen-pl-fem
ψυχων
of souls
noun
gen-pl-fem
ημων
of us
1st pers pron
gen-pl
μελλειν
to be about to
verb
pres-act-inf
εσεσθαι
going to be
verb
fut-mDe-inf
τον
the
def art
acc-si-mas
πλουν
sea journey
noun
acc-si-mas
But after long abstinence Paul stood forth in the midst of them, and said, Sirs, ye should have hearkened unto me, and not have loosed from Crete, and to have gained this harm and loss.
πολλης
of much
adjective
gen-si-fem
δε
-
conjunction
ασιτιας
[see note]
υπαρχουσης
of being
participle
pres-act-par
gen-si-fem
τοτε
then
adverb
σταθεις
being pushed up
participle
aor-pas-par
nom-si-mas
ο
the
def art
nom-si-mas
παυλος
Paul
noun (name)
nom-si-mas
εν
in(to)
preposition
μεσω
to midst
adjective
dat-si-neu
αυτων
of them
3rd-p pers pron
gen-pl-mas
ειπεν
he said
verb
2aor-act-ind
3rd-p si
εδει
it should be
verb
imp-act-ind
3rd-p si
μεν
-
conjunction
ω
oi
interjection
ανδρες
men
noun
voc-pl-mas
πειθαρχησαντας
complying
participle
aor-act-par
acc-pl-mas
μοι
to me
1st pers pron
dat-si
μη
not
conjunction
αναγεσθαι
to set sail
verb
pres-pas-inf
απο
out of
preposition
της
of the
def art
gen-si-fem
κρητης
of Crete
noun (name)
gen-si-fem
κερδησαι
to gain
verb
aor-act-inf
τε
and
conjunction
την
the
def art
acc-si-fem
υβριν
[see note]
ταυτην
this
dem pron
acc-si-fem
και
and
conjunction
την
the
def art
acc-si-fem
ζημιαν
loss
noun
acc-si-fem
But what things were gain to me, those I counted loss for Christ.
αλλ
but
conjunction
ατινα
which
rel pron
nom-pl-neu
ην
it was
verb
imp-act-ind
3rd-p si
μοι
to me
1st pers pron
dat-si
κερδη
gains
noun
nom-pl-neu
ταυτα
these
dem pron
acc-pl-neu
ηγημαι
I have deemed
verb
perf-mi/pDe-ind
1st-p si
δια
through
preposition
τον
the
def art
acc-si-mas
χριστον
Christ
noun (name)
acc-si-mas
ζημιαν
loss
noun
acc-si-fem
Yea doubtless, and I count all things [but] loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord: for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and do count them [but] dung, that I may win Christ,
αλλα
but
conjunction
μεν
-
conjunction
ουν
therefore
conjunction
και
and
conjunction
ηγουμαι
I deem
verb
pres-mi/pDe-ind
1st-p si
παντα
all
adjective
acc-pl-neu
ζημιαν
loss
noun
acc-si-fem
ειναι
to be
verb
pres-act-inf
δια
through
preposition
το
the
def art
acc-si-neu
υπερεχον
surpassing
participle
pres-act-par
acc-si-neu
της
of the
def art
gen-si-fem
γνωσεως
of knowledge
noun
gen-si-fem
χριστου
of Christ
noun (name)
gen-si-mas
ιησου
of Jesus
noun (name)
gen-si-mas
του
of the
def art
gen-si-mas
κυριου
of lord
noun
gen-si-mas
μου
of me
1st pers pron
gen-si
δι
through
preposition
ον
which
rel pron
acc-si-mas
τα
the
def art
acc-pl-neu
παντα
all
adjective
acc-pl-neu
εζημιωθην
I was incurred loss
verb
aor-pas-ind
1st-p si
και
and
conjunction
ηγουμαι
I deem
verb
pres-mi/pDe-ind
1st-p si
σκυβαλα
[see note]
ειναι
to be
verb
pres-act-inf
ινα
that
conjunction
χριστον
Christ
noun (name)
acc-si-mas
κερδησω
I might gain
verb
aor-act-sub
1st-p si
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