What does ἐμέ mean in the Greek?

Parse: Personal / Possessive Pronoun, Accusative 1st Person Singular
Root: G1473 (ἐγώ)
Sense: I, me, my (more info)

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Frequency of ἐμέ

How ἐμέ is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
me 74
of me 2
mine 1
me [there is] 1
on me 1

Verses with ἐμέ

Colossians 4:7
The things concerning me all will make known to you Tychicus the beloved brother and faithful servant fellow bond-servant in [the] Lord
2 Timothy 1:8
Not therefore you should be ashamed of the testimony of the Lord of us nor of me the prisoner of Him but suffer together for the gospel according to [the] power of God
Acts 13:25
While then was fulfilling John the course he was saying Whom me do you suppose to be Not am I [he] but behold He comes after of whom I am worthy a sandal of the feet to untie
Acts 22:6
It happened however to me journeying and drawing near - to Damascus about noon suddenly out of - heaven shone a light great around me
Acts 22:8
I then answered Who are You Lord He said then to me I am Jesus of Nazareth whom you are persecuting
Acts 22:13
having come to me and having stood by [me] said to me Saul brother receive your sight And I the same - hour looked up at him
Acts 23:22
- Indeed therefore the commander dismissed the young man having instructed [him] No one tell that these things you have reported to me
Acts 24:19
who ought before you to appear and to make accusation if anything they may have against me
Acts 26:18
to open eyes of them that they may turn from darkness to light and from the power - of Satan to - God [that] may receive they forgiveness of sins [an] inheritance among those having been sanctified by faith that [is] in Me
Acts 3:22
Moses indeed said - A prophet to you will raise up [the] Lord the God of you out from the brothers of you like me Him You will listen to in all things as many as - He might say to you
Acts 7:37
This is the Moses - having said to the sons of Israel A prophet for you will raise up God out from the brothers of you like me
Acts 8:24
Answering now - Simon said Pray earnestly you on behalf of me to the Lord so that nothing may come upon me of which you have spoken
Luke 1:43
And from where to me this that should come the mother of the Lord of me to me
Luke 10:16
The [one] hearing you Me hears and rejecting you Me rejects now the [One] having sent Me
Luke 22:53
Every day being of Me with you in the temple not did you stretch out the hands against Me but this is of you the hour and power of the darkness
Luke 23:28
Having turned then to them - Jesus said Daughters of Jerusalem not weep for Me but for yourselves and for the children of you
Luke 24:39
See the hands of Me and the feet that I am He Touch Me for a spirit flesh bones not has as Me you see having
Luke 4:18
[The] Spirit of [the] Lord [is] upon Me of which because He has anointed Me to preach good news to [the] poor He has sent to heal the broken - in heart to proclaim to [the] captives deliverance and to [the] blind recovery of sight to send forth [the] oppressed in deliverance
Luke 9:48
and He said to them Whoever if shall receive this - child in the name of Me Me receives - the [One] having sent Me The [one] for least among all you being he shall be great
Mark 14:7
Always for the poor you have with you and whenever you desire you are able them always good to do Me however not do you have
Mark 9:37
Whoever - one - of such little children shall receive in the name of Me Me receives and shall receive not but the [One] having sent Me
Matthew 10:37
The [one] loving father or mother above Me not is of Me worthy and son daughter
Matthew 10:40
The [One] receiving you Me receives and the [One] having sent Me
Matthew 18:5
And whoever if shall receive one little child such in the name of Me Me receives
Matthew 18:6
Whoever then - shall cause to stumble one of the little ones of these - believing in Me it is better for him that should be hung a millstone heavy around the neck of him and he be sunk in the depth of the sea
Matthew 18:21
Then having come - Peter said to Him Lord how often will sin against me the brother of me and I will forgive him Up to seven times
Matthew 26:10
Having known [this] now - Jesus said to them Why trouble do you cause to the woman A work for beautiful she did to Me
Matthew 26:11
Always for the poor you have with you Me however not
1 Corinthians 15:10
[By the] grace however of God I am what and the grace of Him - toward me not void has been Rather more abundantly than them all I toiled not I but - that [was] with me
1 Corinthians 9:3
- My defense to those me examining is this
2 Corinthians 11:10
Is [the] truth of Christ in me that the boasting this not will be sealed up of mine the regions - of Achaia
2 Corinthians 12:6
If for I should desire to boast not I will be a fool [the] truth I will be speaking I refrain however lest anyone to me should credit more than what he sees in me or hears anyone of me
2 Corinthians 12:9
And He said to me Suffices you the grace of Me for power in weakness is perfected Most gladly therefore rather will I boast the weaknesses of me so that may rest upon me - of Christ
2 Corinthians 2:5
If however anyone has caused grief not me has he grieved but in part that not I might put it too severely all you
John 10:32
Answered them - Jesus Many works I have shown you good from the Father because of which of these work Me do you stone
John 11:25
Said to her - Jesus I am the resurrection and life the [one] believing in Me even if he should die he will live
John 11:26
and everyone - living believing in Me never not shall die to the age Believe you this
John 12:8
the poor for always you have with you Me however not
John 12:30
Answered Jesus and said Not because of Me the voice this has come but you
John 12:44
Jesus then cried out and said The [one] believing in Me not believes but the [One] having sent Me
John 12:45
and the [one] beholding Me beholds the [One] having sent Me
John 12:46
I a light into the world have come so that everyone - believing in Me in the darkness not should abide
John 12:48
The [one] rejecting Me and not receiving the words of Me has [one] judging him The word which I spoke that will judge him in the last day
John 13:18
Not about all of you I speak I know whom I chose but that the Scripture may be fulfilled The [one] eating of Me the bread lifted up against Me the heel of him
John 13:20
Truly I say to you the [one] receiving - any I shall send Me receives now the [One] having sent Me
John 14:1
Not let be troubled of you the heart You believe in - God also Me believe
John 14:9
Says to him - Jesus So long a time with you am I and not you have known Me Philip The [one] having seen Me has seen the Father how you say Show us
John 14:12
Truly I say to you the [one] believing in Me the works that I do also he will do and greater than these he will do because to the Father am going
John 15:18
If the world you hates you know that Me before you it has hated
John 15:20
Remember the word that I said to you Not is a servant greater than master of him If Me they persecuted also you they will persecute the word of Me they kept - yours they will keep
John 15:23
The [one] Me hating also the Father of Me hates
John 15:24
If the works not I had done among them that no other has done sin not they would have had now however both they have seen and have hated Me the Father of Me
John 16:3
And these things they will do because not they know the Father nor Me
John 16:9
concerning sin indeed because not do they believe in Me
John 16:14
He Me will glorify for from that which [is] Mine He will take and will disclose to you
John 16:23
And in that - day of Me not you will ask nothing Truly I say to you - whatever you may ask the Father He will give you in the name of Me
John 16:27
Himself for the Father loves you because you Me have loved and have believed that I from - God came forth
John 17:18
As Me You sent into the world I also sent them
John 17:20
Not for these however do I ask only but also those believing through the word of them in Me
John 17:23
I in them and You Me that they may be perfected in unity so that may know the world that You Me sent loved them even as Me You loved
John 18:8
Answered Jesus I have told you that I am [He] If therefore Me you seek Allow these to go away
John 3:30
Him it behooves to increase me however to decrease
John 6:35
Said to them - Jesus I am the bread - of life the [one] coming to Me never not shall hunger and believing in no shall thirst at any time
John 6:37
All that gives Me the Father to Me will come and the [one] coming to Me no not shall I cast out
John 6:45
It is written in the Prophets And they will be all taught of God Everyone - having heard from the Father having learned comes to Me
John 6:57
As sent Me the living Father and I live because of the Father also the [one] feeding on he also will live because of Me
John 7:7
Not is able the world to hate you Me however it hates because I bear witness concerning it that the works of it evil are
John 7:38
The [one] believing in Me as has said the Scripture Rivers out of the belly of him will flow of water living
John 8:19
They were saying therefore to Him Where is the Father of You Answered Jesus Neither Me you know nor the Father of Me If you had known also - you would have known
John 8:42
Said to them - Jesus If God Father of you were you would have loved - Me I for from - God came forth and am here not even of Myself have I come but He Me sent
Revelation 1:17
And when I saw Him I fell at the feet of Him as though dead He placed the right hand upon me saying Not fear I am the First Last
Romans 1:15
Thus - as to me [there is] readiness also to you who [are] in Rome to preach the gospel
Romans 10:20
Isaiah then is very bold and says I was found by those Me not seeking manifest I became to those inquiring after
Romans 15:3
Even for - Christ not Himself pleased but as it has been written The reproaches of those reproaching You have fallen on Me
Ephesians 6:21
That now may know also you the things concerning me what I am doing all things will make known to you Tychicus the beloved brother and faithful servant in [the] Lord
Philemon 1:17
If therefore me you consider a partner receive him as me
Philippians 1:12
To know now you I want brothers that the things concerning me really to [the] advancement of the gospel have turned out
Philippians 2:23
Him indeed therefore I hope to send when - I shall have seen the things concerning me immediately
Philippians 2:27
And indeed he was sick nearly unto death but - God had mercy on him not on him now alone also on me that not sorrow upon I should have
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Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 26:10 A good work upon me [εργον καλον εις εμε]
A beautiful deed upon Jesus himself. [source]
John 7:38 He that believeth on me [ο πιστευων εις εμε]
Nominative absolute as is not uncommon. The scripture No precise passage can be quoted, though similar idea in several (Isaiah 55:1; Isaiah 58:11; Zechariah 13:1; Zechariah 14:8; Ezekiel 47:1; Joel 3:18). Chrysostom confines it to Isaiah 28:16 by punctuation (only the nominative absolute as the Scripture). Out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water Some ancient Western writers connect πινετω — pinetō of John 7:37 with ο πιστευων — ho pisteuōn in John 7:38. By this arrangement αυτου — autou (his) with κοιλιας — koilias is made to refer to Christ, not to the believer. Burney argues that κοιλια — koilia is a mistranslation of the Aramaic (fountain, not belly) and that the reference is to Ezekiel 47:1. C.C. Torrey refers to Zechariah 14:8. But the Eastern writers refer αυτου — autou (his) to the believer who not only quenches in Christ his own thirst, but becomes a source of new streams for others (John 4:14). It is a difficult question and Westcott finally changed his view and held αυτου — autou to refer to Christ. ευσουσιν — Reusousin is future active indicative of ρεω — reō old verb, to flow, here only in the N.T. [source]
John 8:42 Ye would love me [ηγαπατε αν εμε]
Conclusion of second-class condition with distinct implication that their failure to love Jesus is proof that God is not their Father (protasis). For I came forth from God Second aorist active indicative of εχερχομαι — exerchomai definite historical event (the Incarnation). See John 4:30 for εχηλτον εκ — exēlthon ek In John 13:3; John 16:30 Jesus is said to have come from Present active indicative with perfect sense in the verb stem (state of completion) before rise of the tense and here retained. “I am here,” Jesus means. Of myself His coming was not self-initiated nor independent of the Father. “But he (εκεινος — ekeinos emphatic demonstrative pronoun) sent me” and here I am. [source]
John 12:30 Not for my sake, but for your sakes [ου δι εμε αλλα δι υμας]
These words seem to contradict John 12:28, John 12:29. Bernard suggests an interpolation into the words of Jesus. But why not take it to be the figure of exaggerated contrast, “not merely for my sake, but also for yours”? [source]
John 16:9 Because they believe not on me [οτι ου πιστευουσιν εις εμε]
Without this conviction by the Paraclete such men actually have a pride of intellectual superiority in refusing to believe on Jesus. [source]
John 16:14 He shall glorify me [εκεινος εμε δοχασει]
This is the glory of the Holy Spirit, to glorify Jesus Christ. For he shall take of mine Future middle of λαμβανω — lambanō and a definite promise of the Spirit‘s guidance in interpreting Christ. One need only refer to Peter‘s sermon at pentecost after the coming of the Holy Spirit, to Peter‘s Epistles, to Paul‘s Epistles, to Hebrews, to John‘s Epistles, to see how under the tutelage of the Holy Spirit the disciples grew into the fulness of the knowledge of God in the face of Christ (2 Corinthians 6:4). [source]
John 16:23 Ye shall ask me nothing [εμε ουκ ερωτησετε]
Either in the sense of question (original meaning of ερωταω — erōtaō) as in John 16:19, John 16:30 since he will be gone or in the sense of request or favours (like αιτεω — aiteō in this verse) as in John 14:16; Acts 3:2. In John 16:26 both αιτεω — aiteō and ερωταω — erōtaō occur in this sense. Either view makes sense here. If ye shall ask Third-class condition, αν — an like εαν — ean with first aorist active subjunctive of αιτεω — aiteō See note on John 14:26 for “in my name.” [source]
Acts 3:22 Like unto me [ως εμε]
As me, literally; Moses (Deuteronomy 18:14-18) claims that God raised him up as a prophet and that another and greater one will come, the Messiah. The Jews understood Moses to be a type of Christ (John 1:21). God spoke to Moses face to face (Exodus 33:11) and he was the greatest of the prophets (Deuteronomy 34:10). [source]
Acts 7:37 Like unto me [ως εμε]
This same passage Peter quoted to the crowd in Solomon‘s Porch (Acts 3:22). Stephen undoubtedly means to argue that Moses was predicting the Messiah as a prophet like himself who is no other than Jesus so that these Pharisees are in reality opposing Moses. It was a neat turn. [source]
Acts 13:25 What suppose ye that I am? [Τι εμε υπονοειτε ειναι]
υπο νοεω — Huponoeō(ουκ ειμι εγω — hupoλσαι — noeō) is to think secretly, to suspect, to conjecture. I am not he (λυω — ouk eimi egō). These precise words are not given in the Gospels, but the idea is the same as the disclaimers by the Baptist in John 1:19-27 (cf. also Matthew 3:11; Mark 1:7; Luke 3:16). Paul had a true grasp of the message of the Baptist. He uses the very form υποδημα — lūsai (first aorist active infinitive of luō) found in Mark 1:7; Luke 3:16 and the word for shoes (hupodēma singular) in all three. His quotation is remarkably true to the words in the Synoptic Gospels. How did Paul get hold of the words of the Baptist so clearly? [source]
Acts 22:6 Shone round about me [περιαστραπσαι περι εμε]
First aorist active infinitive of περιαστραπτω — periastraptō to flash around, in lxx and late Greek, in the N.T. only here and Acts 9:3 which see. Note repetition of περι — peri [source]
Acts 24:19 If they had aught against me [ει τι εχοιεν προς εμε]
A condition of the fourth class or undetermined with less likelihood of being determined This is a “mixed condition” (op.cit., p. 1022) with a conclusion of the second class. [source]
Acts 26:18 Sanctified by faith in me [ηγιασμενοις πιστει τηι εις εμε]
Perfect passive participle of αγιαζω — hagiazō instrumental case of πιστει — pistei article before εις εμε — eis eme (“by faith, that in me”). These important words of Jesus to Paul give his justification to this cultured audience for his response to the command of Jesus. This was the turning point in Paul‘s career and it was a step forward and upward. [source]
Romans 1:15 So as much as in me is I am ready [ουτω το κατ εμε προτυμον]
Literally, “Thus the according to me affair is ready” It is an awkward idiom like to τα κατ εμε — ex humōn in Romans 12:18. The plural ta kat' eme we find in Philemon 1:12; Colossians 4:7; Ephesians 6:21. [source]
1 Corinthians 9:3 To them that examine me [τοις εμε ανακρινουσιν]
See note on 1 Corinthians 2:15; note on 1 Corinthians 4:3. The critics in Corinth were “investigating” Paul with sharp eyes to find faults. How often the pastor is under the critic‘s spy-glass. [source]
2 Corinthians 11:10 No man shall stop me of this glorying [η καυχησις αυτη ου πραγησεται εις εμε]
More exactly, “This glorying shall not be fenced in as regards me.” Second future passive of πρασσω — phrassō to fence in, to stop, to block in. Old verb, only here in N.T. [source]
2 Corinthians 12:6 Of me [εις εμε]
To my credit, almost like dative (cf. εν εμοι — en emoi in 1 Corinthians 14:11). [source]
2 Corinthians 12:9 May rest upon me [επισκηνωσηι επ εμε]
Late and rare verb in first aorist active subjunctive with ινα — hina (final clause), to fix a tent upon, here upon Paul himself by a bold metaphor, as if the Shechinah of the Lord was overshadowing him (cf. Luke 9:34), the power (δυναμις — dunamis) of the Lord Jesus. [source]
Philippians 1:12 The things which happened unto me [τα κατ εμε]
“The things concerning me” = “my affairs” as common in Josephus. [source]
Philippians 2:23 How it will go with me [τα περι εμε]
On the force of απο — apo with οραω — horaō (look away) see note on Hebrews 12:2. “The things concerning me,” the outcome of the trial. Cf. 1 Corinthians 4:17, 1 Corinthians 4:19. [source]
Colossians 4:7 All my affairs [τα κατ εμε παντα]
“All the things relating to me.” The accusative case the object of γνωρισει — gnōrisei The same idiom in Acts 25:14; Philemon 1:2. [source]
Philemon 1:17 Receive him as myself [προσλαβου αυτον ως εμε]
“Take him to thyself (indirect second aorist middle of προσλαμβανω — proslambanō as in Acts 18:26) as myself.” Surpassing delicacy and consummate tact. These words sound the death-knell of human slavery wherever the spirit of Christ is allowed to have its way. It has been a long and hard fight to break the shackles of human bondage even in Christian countries and there are still millions of slaves in pagan and Mohammedan lands. Paul wrote these words with wisdom and courage and sincerity. [source]