What does πεσὼν mean in the Greek?

Parse: Verb, Aorist Participle Active, Nominative Masculine Singular
Root: G4098 (πίπτω, συμπίπτω)
Sense: to descend from a higher place to a lower (more info)

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Frequency of πεσὼν

How πεσὼν is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
having fallen 8
having fallen down 3
falling 1
falling down 1

Verses with πεσὼν

Acts 10:25
As then was - entering - Peter having met him - Cornelius having fallen at the feet worshiped [him]
Acts 5:5
Hearing now - Ananias the words these having fallen down he breathed his last And came fear great upon all those hearing
Acts 9:4
And having fallen on the ground he heard a voice saying to him Saul Saul why Me do you persecute
Luke 20:18
Everyone - falling on that - stone will be broken on whomever but - it might fall it will grind into powder him
Luke 5:12
And it came to pass in - being His one of the cities that behold a man full of leprosy having seen then - Jesus having fallen upon [his] face begged Him saying Lord if You would be willing You are able me to cleanse
Luke 8:41
And behold came a man whose name [was] Jairus he a ruler of the synagogue was having fallen at the feet - of Jesus he began begging Him to come to the house of him
Mark 9:20
And they brought him to Him having seen the spirit immediately threw into convulsions having fallen upon the ground he began rolling around foaming
Matthew 18:26
Having fallen down therefore the servant was bowing on his knees to him saying Have patience with me and all I will pay to you
Matthew 18:29
Having fallen down therefore the fellow servant of him was begging him saying Have patience with me and I will pay you
Matthew 21:44
And the [one] having fallen on the stone this will be broken on whomever but - it shall fall it will grind to powder him
Matthew 4:9
and he says to Him These things to You all will I give if falling down You will worship me
1 Corinthians 14:25
the secrets of the heart of him manifest become And thus having fallen upon [his] face he will worship - God declaring that certainly - God among you is
John 12:24
Truly I say to you if not the grain - of wheat having fallen into the ground should die it alone abides however it should die much fruit it bears
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Greek Commentary Search

Luke 5:12 Fell on his face [πεσων επι προσωπον]
Second aorist active participle of πιπτω — piptō common verb. Mark 1:40 has “kneeling” All three attitudes were possible one after the other. All three Synoptics quote the identical language of the leper and the identical answer of Jesus. His condition of the third class turned on the “will” (τεληις — thelēis) of Jesus who at once asserts his will (τηλω — thēlō) and cleanses him. All three likewise mention the touch (ηπσατο — hēpsato Luke 5:13) of Christ‘s hand on the unclean leper and the instantaneous cure. [source]
Acts 5:5 Fell down [πεσων]
Second aorist active participle of πιπτω — piptō fell all of a sudden while listening. Gave up the ghost (εχεπσυχεν — exepsuxen). First aorist active indicative of εκπσυχω — ekpsuchō late verb in lxx and Hippocrates, to breathe out, to expire. In the N.T. only here, Acts 5:10; Acts 12:23. It is needless to blame Peter for the death of Ananias. He had brought the end upon himself. It was the judgment of God. Physically the nervous shock could have caused the collapse. [source]
Acts 9:4 He fell upon the earth [πεσων επι την γην]
Second aorist active participle. So in Acts 22:7 Paul says: “I fell unto the ground” But here in Acts 9:7 ”the men that journeyed with him stood speechless” But surely the points of time are different. In Acts 26:14 Paul refers to the first appearance of the vision when all fell to the earth. Here in Acts 9:7 Luke refers to what occurred after the vision when both Saul and the men had risen from the ground. [source]