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Greek New Testament Concordance —The noun συκον

Greek New Testament concordance of the noun συκον [Str-4810], 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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Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?
απο
out of
preposition
των
of the
def art
gen-pl-mas
καρπων
of fruits
noun
gen-pl-mas
αυτων
of them
3rd-p pers pron
gen-pl-mas
επιγνωσεσθε
you will recognize
verb
fut-mDe-ind
2nd-p pl
αυτους
them
3rd-p pers pron
acc-pl-mas
μητι
it isn't so that?
conjunction
συλλεγουσιν
they gather
verb
pres-act-ind
3rd-p pl
απο
out of
preposition
ακανθων
of thorny plants
noun
gen-pl-fem
σταφυλην
[see note]
η
or
conjunction
απο
out of
preposition
τριβολων
of three-pronged ones
noun
gen-pl-mas
συκα
figs
noun
acc-pl-neu
And seeing a fig tree afar off having leaves, he came, if haply he might find any thing thereon: and when he came to it, he found nothing but leaves; for the time of figs was not [yet. ]
και
and
conjunction
ιδων
seeing
participle
2aor-act-par
nom-si-mas
συκην
fig tree
noun
acc-si-fem
μακροθεν
distantly
adverb
εχουσαν
having
participle
pres-act-par
acc-si-fem
φυλλα
leaves
noun
acc-pl-neu
ηλθεν
he came
verb
2aor-act-ind
3rd-p si
ει
if
conditional
αρα
"then"
conjunction
ευρησει
he will find
verb
fut-act-ind
3rd-p si
τι
some
indef pron
acc-si-neu
εν
in(to)
preposition
αυτη
to her
3rd-p pers pron
dat-si-fem
και
and
conjunction
ελθων
coming
participle
2aor-act-par
nom-si-mas
επ
upon
preposition
αυτην
her
3rd-p pers pron
acc-si-fem
ουδεν
nothing
adjective
acc-si-neu
ευρεν
he found
verb
2aor-act-ind
3rd-p si
ει
if
conditional
μη
not
conjunction
φυλλα
leaves
noun
acc-pl-neu
ου
not
conjunction
γαρ
for
conjunction
ην
it was
verb
imp-act-ind
3rd-p si
καιρος
period
noun
nom-si-mas
συκων
of figs
noun
gen-pl-neu
For every tree is known by his own fruit. For of thorns men do not gather figs, nor of a bramble bush gather they grapes.
εκαστον
each
adjective
nom-si-neu
γαρ
for
conjunction
δενδρον
tree
noun
nom-si-neu
εκ
from
preposition
του
of the
def art
gen-si-mas
ιδιου
of its own
adjective
gen-si-mas
καρπου
of fruit
noun
gen-si-mas
γινωσκεται
it is known
verb
pres-pas-ind
3rd-p si
ου
not
conjunction
γαρ
for
conjunction
εξ
from
preposition
ακανθων
of thorny plants
noun
gen-pl-fem
συλλεγουσιν
they gather
verb
pres-act-ind
3rd-p pl
συκα
figs
noun
acc-pl-neu
ουδε
neither
conjunction
εκ
from
preposition
βατου
[see note]
τρυγωσιν
[see note]
σταφυλην
[see note]
Can the fig tree, my brethren, bear olive berries? either a vine, figs? so [can] no fountain both yield salt water and fresh.
μη
not
conjunction
δυναται
it can
verb
pres-mi/pDe-ind
3rd-p si
αδελφοι
brothers
noun
voc-pl-mas
μου
of me
1st pers pron
gen-si
συκη
fig tree
noun
nom-si-fem
ελαιας
olives
noun
acc-pl-fem
ποιησαι
to bring about
verb
aor-act-inf
η
or
conjunction
αμπελος
vine
noun
nom-si-fem
συκα
figs
noun
acc-pl-neu
ουτως
thus
adverb
ουδεμια
not one
adjective
nom-si-fem
πηγη
spring
noun
nom-si-fem
αλυκον
salt
adjective
acc-si-neu
και
and
conjunction
γλυκυ
[see note]
ποιησαι
to bring about
verb
aor-act-inf
υδωρ
water
noun
acc-si-neu
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