What does λαλοῦντος mean in the Greek?

Parse: Verb, Present Participle Active, Genitive Masculine Singular
Root: G2980 (ἀπολαλέω, λαλέω)
Sense: to utter a voice or emit a sound (more info)

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Frequency of λαλοῦντος

How λαλοῦντος is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
speaking 12
saying 1
he was speaking 1
is speaking 1
was speaking 2
as he is speaking 1

Verses with λαλοῦντος

Acts 10:44
Still speaking - of Peter the words these fell the Spirit - Holy upon all those hearing the word
Acts 14:9
This [man] heard - Paul speaking who having looked intently at him and having seen that he has faith - to be healed
Acts 22:9
Those then with me being the indeed light beheld the however voice not did they hear of the [One] speaking to me
Acts 23:7
This then of him saying arose a dissension between the Pharisees and Sadducees was divided the crowd
Acts 6:11
Then they suborned men saying - We have heard him speaking words blasphemous against Moses and - God
Acts 7:38
This is the [one] having been in the congregation wilderness with the angel - speaking to him the Mount Sinai and of the fathers of us who received oracles living to give to us
Luke 22:47
While still of Him speaking behold a crowd and he who is called Judas one of the Twelve was going before them he drew near - to Jesus to kiss Him
Luke 22:60
Said however - Peter Man not I know what you say And immediately while he was speaking of him crowed the rooster
Luke 8:49
Still of Him speaking comes one from the synagogue ruler saying - Has died the daughter of You no longer trouble the Teacher
Mark 14:43
And immediately while yet of Him speaking comes up - Judas one of the Twelve with Him a crowd with swords clubs from the chief priests scribes elders
Mark 5:35
[While] yet He is speaking they come from the ruler of synagogue’s [house] saying - The daughter of You is dead why still trouble you the Teacher
Matthew 12:46
While now He was speaking to the crowds behold the mother and the brothers of Him were standing outside seeking to Him to speak
Matthew 17:5
While yet he was speaking behold a cloud bright overshadowed them and a voice out of the cloud saying This is the Son of Me beloved in whom I am well pleased Listen to Him
Matthew 26:47
And yet of Him as He is speaking behold Judas one of the Twelve came with him a crowd great with swords clubs from the chief priests elders of the people
Matthew 9:18
These things of Him speaking to them behold a ruler certain having come was kneeling down to Him saying - The daughter of Me presently has died but having come lay the hand of You upon her and she will live
2 Corinthians 13:3
since a proof you seek - in me speaking of Christ who toward you not is weak but is powerful among you
John 1:37
And heard the two disciples him speaking followed - Jesus
John 8:30
These things of His speaking many believed in Him
Old Testament
Gen Exo Lev Num Deut
Josh Judg Rth 1 Sam 2 Sam
1 Kgs 2 Kgs 1 Chron 2 Chron Ezra
Neh Esth Job Psa Prov
Eccles Song Isa Jer Lam
Ezek Dan Hos Joel Amos
Obad Jnh Micah Nah Hab
Zeph Haggai Zech Mal
New Testament (18)
Matt (4) Mrk (2) Luk (3) John (2) Act (6)
Rom 1 Cor 2 Cor (1) Gal Ephes
Phil Col 1 Thess 2 Thess 1 Tim
2 Tim Titus Philem Hebrews James
1 Pet 2 Pet 1 John 2 John 3 John
Jude Rev

Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 26:47 While he yet spake [ετι αυτου λαλουντος]
It was an electric moment as Jesus faced Judas with his horde of helpers as if he turned to meet an army. [source]
Mark 5:35 While he yet spake [Ετι αυτου λαλουντος]
Genitive absolute. Another vivid touch in Mark and Luke 8:49. The phrase is in Genesis 29:9. Nowhere does Mark preserve better the lifelike traits of an eyewitness like Peter than in these incidents in chapter 5. The arrival of the messengers from Jairus was opportune for the woman just healed of the issue of blood (εν υσει αιματος — en husei haimatos) for it diverted attention from her. Now the ruler‘s daughter has died (απετανε — apethane). [source]
Luke 22:60 While he yet spake [ετι λαλουντος αυτου]
Genitive absolute. Peter could hear the crowing all right. [source]
John 1:37 Heard him speak [ηκουσαν αυτου λαλουντος]
First active indicative of ακουω — akouō and present active participle of λαλεω — laleō in genitive case agreeing with αυτου — autou object of ακουω — akouō “Heard him speaking” (kind of indirect discourse). John had disciples They followed Jesus Associative instrumental case after verb (first aorist active indicative, ingressive aorist, of ακολουτεω — akoloutheō). These two disciples of the Baptist (Andrew and John) took him at his word and acted on it. John the Baptist had predicted and portrayed the Messiah, had baptized him, had interpreted him, and now for the second time had identified him. [source]
Acts 10:44 While Peter yet spake [ετι λαλουντος του Πετρου]
Genitive absolute of present participle, still going on. [source]
Acts 23:7 When he had so said [τουτο αυτου λαλουντος]
Genitive absolute of present participle (Westcott and Hort) rather than aorist While he was saying this. [source]