Greek - English Dictionary

G142 - Took

Strong's No.:G142




Word Origin:A primary verb

Bible Usage:away with bear (up) carry lift up loose make to doubt put away remove take (away up).

Part of Speech:Verb


to lift; by implication to take up or away; figuratively to raise (the voice) keep in suspense (the mind); specifically to sail away (that is weigh anchor); by Hebraism (compare [H5375]) to expiate sin


1. to raise up, elevate, lift up

a. to raise from the ground, take up: stones

b. to raise upwards, elevate, lift up: the hand

c. to draw up: a fish

2. to take upon one's self and carry what has been raised up, to bear

3. to bear away what has been raised, carry off

a. to move from its place

b. to take off or away what is attached to anything

c. to remove

d. to carry off, carry away with one

e. to appropriate what is taken

f. to take away from another what is his or what is committed to him, to take by force

g. to take and apply to any use

h. to take from among the living, either by a natural death, or by violence

i. cause to cease

Bible References:

away ( 29 )
bear ( 2 )
borne ( 1 )
carry ( 1 )
doubt ( 1 )
lifted ( 1 )
loosing ( 1 )
removed ( 2 )
take ( 14 )
taken ( 4 )
taketh ( 4 )
took ( 3 )
up ( 37 )
with ( 2 )


Definitions are taken from Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.