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Greek - English Dictionary

G991 - Heed

Strong's No.:G991

Greek:βλέπω

Transliteration:blepō

Phonetic:blep'-o

Word Origin:A primary verb

Bible Usage:behold beware lie look (on to) perceive regard see sight take heed. Compare G3700 .

Part of Speech:Verb

Strongs
Definition:

to look at (literally or figuratively)


Thayers
Definition:

1. to see, discern, of the bodily eye

a. with the bodily eye: to be possessed of sight, have the power of seeing

b. perceive by the use of the eyes: to see, look descry

c. to turn the eyes to anything: to look at, look upon, gaze at

d. to perceive by the senses, to feel

e. to discover by use, to know by experience

2. metaph. to see with the mind's eye

a. to have (the power of) understanding

b. to discern mentally, observe, perceive, discover, understand

c. to turn the thoughts or direct the mind to a thing, to consider, contemplate, to look at, to weigh carefully, examine

3. in a geographical sense of places, mountains, buildings, etc. turning towards any quarter, as it were, facing it


Bible References:
Heed

Translation
Occurrences:
beheld ( 2 )
behold ( 3 )
beholdest ( 3 )
beholding ( 2 )
beware ( 7 )
heed ( 14 )
lieth ( 1 )
Look ( 3 )
looked ( 1 )
looketh ( 1 )
looking ( 1 )
on ( 1 )
perceive ( 1 )
regardest ( 2 )
saw ( 7 )
see ( 48 )
seeing ( 8 )
seen ( 8 )
seest ( 5 )
seeth ( 11 )
sight ( 2 )
to ( 1 )

 

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