What does λεγόντων mean in the Greek?

Parse: Verb, Present Participle Active, Genitive Masculine Plural
Root: G3004 (λέγω, εἴρω)
Sense: to say, to speak (more info)

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Frequency of λεγόντων

How λεγόντων is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
saying 2
were speaking 1
crying out 1
claiming 1
declaring 1

Verses with λεγόντων

Luke 2:13
And suddenly there came with the angel a multitude of [the] host heavenly praising - God saying
Luke 21:5
And as some were speaking about the temple that with stones goodly and consecrated gifts it was adorned He said
Revelation 19:1
After these things I heard [something] like a voice loud of a multitude great in - heaven crying out Hallelujah The salvation and glory power to the God of us
Revelation 19:6
And I heard [something] like [the] voice of a multitude great like [the] sound of waters many a sound of thunders mighty saying Hallelujah For has reigned [the] Lord - God of us the Almighty
Revelation 2:9
I know your - tribulation and poverty but rich you are the slander of those claiming Jews to be themselves not are a synagogue - of Satan
Revelation 3:9
Behold I give [those] from the synagogue - of Satan those declaring themselves Jews to be and not are but they lie I will cause them that they will come will worship before the feet of you they shall know that I have loved you
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 (6)
Matt Mrk Luk (2) John Act
Rom 1 Cor 2 Cor 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 (4)

Greek Commentary Search

Luke 21:5 As some spake [τινων λεγοντων]
Genitive absolute. The disciples we know from Mark 13:1; Matthew 24:1. [source]
Revelation 2:9 Of them which say [εκ των λεγοντων]
“From those saying” This is the accusative of general reference and the infinitive in indirect discourse after λεγω — legō (Acts 5:36; Acts 8:9) even though λεγοντων — legontōn is here ablative (cf. Revelation 3:9), common idiom. These are actual Jews and only Jews, not Christians.And they are not Another parenthesis like that in Revelation 2:2. These are Jews in name only, not spiritual Jews (Galatians 6:15., Romans 2:28).A synagogue of Satan (συναγωγη του Σατανα — sunagōgē tou Satanā). In Revelation 3:9 again and note Revelation 2:13, Revelation 2:24, serving the devil (John 8:44) instead of the Lord (Numbers 16:3; Numbers 20:4). [source]
Revelation 19:1 Saying [λεγοντων]
Present active participle of λεγω — legō genitive plural, though οχλου — ochlou is genitive singular (collective substantive, agreement in sense).Hallelujah (Αλληλουια — Allēlouia). Transliteration of the Hebrew seen often in the Psalms (lxx) and in 3 Macc. 7:13, in N.T. only in Revelation 19:1, Revelation 19:3, Revelation 19:4, Revelation 19:6. It means, “Praise ye the Lord.” Fifteen of the Psalms begin or end with this word. The Great Hallel (a title for Psalm 104-109) is sung chiefly at the feasts of the passover and tabernacles. This psalm of praise uses language already in Revelation 12:10. [source]
Revelation 3:9 Of them which say [των λεγοντων]
Ablative plural in apposition with συναγωγης — sunagōgēs On the construction of εαυτους Ιουδαιους ειναι — heautous Ioudaious einai see note on Revelation 2:9 Present middle indicative of πσευδομαι — pseudomai explanatory positive, addition here to και ουκ εισιν — kai ouk eisin of Revelation 2:9, in contrast also with ο αλητινος — ho alēthinos of Revelation 3:7 and in Johannine style (John 8:44; 1 John 1:10; 1 John 2:4).I will make them Future active indicative of ποιεω — poieō resuming the prophecy after the parenthesis “That they come and worship” (final clause, like facio ut in Latin, with ηκω — hina and the future active of προσκυνεω — hēkō and και γνωσιν — proskuneō). The language is based on Isaiah 45:14; Isaiah 60:14. The Jews expected homage (not worship in the strict sense) from the Gentiles, but it will come to the Christians at last (1 Corinthians 14:24). Later Ignatius (Philad. 6) warns this church against Judaizing Christians, perhaps one result of an influx of Jews.And to know Continuation of the purpose clause with ινα — hina but with the second aorist active subjunctive rather than the less usual future indicative. See both constructions also with εγω ηγαπησα σε — hina in Revelation 22:14. Probably a reminiscence of Isaiah 43:4 in egō ēgapēsa se (I loved thee), first aorist active indicative. [source]
Revelation 19:6 Saying [λεγοντων]
The best attested reading, genitive plural of λεγω — legō agreeing with οχλου — ochlou (genitive singular), for roll of the waters and the roar of the thunders were not articulate. Some MSS. have λεγοντες — legontes (nominative plural) referring also to οχλου — ochlou though nominative instead of genitive. The fourth “Hallelujah” comes from this vast multitude.The Lord our God, the Almighty (Κυριοσ ο τεοσ ο παντοκρατωρ — Kuriosεβασιλευσεν — ho theosβασιλευω — ho pantokratōr). For this designation of God see also Revelation 1:8; Revelation 4:8; Revelation 11:17; Revelation 15:3; Revelation 16:7, Revelation 16:14; Revelation 19:15; Revelation 21:22. Cf. deus et dominus noster used of the Roman emperor.Reigneth First aorist active of basileuō Probably ingressive prophetic aorist, “God became king” in fulness of power on earth with the fall of the world power. [source]