Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 4717

Word info for σταυρόω

Root: σταυρόω
Strongs Number: 4717
Transliteration: [stauroo]
Phonetics: stow·ro·o
Etymology: From 4716
Parts of Speech: v.
Sense: to stake, drive down stakes (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:

   1 to stake, drive down stakes.
   2 to fortify with driven stakes, to palisade.
   3 to crucify.
      3a to crucify one.
      3b metaph.
      to crucify the flesh, destroy its power utterly (the nature of the figure implying that the destruction is attended with intense pain).

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G4717

σταυρῶσαι, σταυρώσετε, σταυρωθῆναι, Σταυρωθήτω, σταυρωθῇ, Σταυρώσαντες, σταυροῦνται, ἐσταυρωμένον, Σταύρωσον, σταυρώσωσιν, σταυροῦσιν, ἐσταύρωσαν, Σταύρου, σταυρῶσαί, σταύρωσον, ἐσταυρώθη, ἐσταυρώσατε, ἐσταυρωμένος, ἐσταύρωται

All words for strongs number G4717 :

Word Occurance
ἐσταύρωσαν 7
ἐσταυρώθη 5
ἐσταυρωμένον 4
σταυρωθῆναι 3
σταυρωθῇ 3
Σταύρωσον 3
σταυρῶσαι 2
Σταυρωθήτω 2
ἐσταυρώσατε 2
σταυροῦσιν 2
σταύρωσον 1
ἐσταυρωμένος 1
σταυρώσωσιν 1
σταυρῶσαί 1
Σταύρου 1
σταυρώσετε 1
σταυροῦνται 1
Σταυρώσαντες 1
ἐσταύρωται 1

How strongs number G4717 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
crucify 5
having been crucified 4
they crucified 4
was crucified 3
to be crucified 3
he might be crucified 3
crucified 3
to crucify 2
let [him] be crucified 2
having crucified 2
he was crucified 2
have crucified 1
[as] having been crucified 1
they would have crucified 1
they might crucify 1
they crucify 1
will crucify 1
are crucified 1
crucify [him] 1
has been crucified 1

Two strong number together

Greek Commentary Search

John 19:18 They crucified [εσταυρωσαν]
The soldiers just as in Acts 22:24.; the scourging of Paul was to be done by the soldiers. And Jesus in the midst Predicate adjective μεσον — meson A robber (ληιστης — lēistēs not a thief, κλεπτης — kleptēs) was on each side of Jesus (Mark 15:27; Matthew 27:38) like Barabbas (John 18:40) and probably members of his band, malefactors (κακουργοι — kakourgoi) Luke terms them (Luke 23:32). [source]

Greek Commentary Content Search

John 19:16 He delivered [παρεδωκεν]
Kappa aorist active of παραδιδωμι — paradidōmi the very verb used of the Sanhedrin when they handed Jesus over to Pilate (John 18:30, John 18:35). Now Pilate hands Jesus back to the Sanhedrin with full consent for his death (Luke 23:25). To be crucified Purpose clause with ινα — hina and the first aorist passive subjunctive of σταυροω — stauroō John does not give the dramatic episode in Matthew 27:24. when Pilate washed his hands and the Jews took Christ‘s blood on themselves and their children. But it is on Pilate also. [source]
John 19:32 Which was crucified with him [του συνσταυρωτεντος αυτωι]
First aorist passive articular participle of συνσταυροω — sunstauroō with associative instrumental case. Cf. Paul‘s Χριστωι συνεσταυρωμαι — Christōi sunestaurōmai (Galatians 2:19). [source]
1 Corinthians 1:23 But we preach Christ crucified [ημεις δε κηρυσσομεν Χριστον εσταυρωμενον]
Grammatically stated as a partial result Christ (Messiah) as crucified, as in 1 Corinthians 2:2; Galatians 3:1, “not a sign-shower nor a philosopher” (Vincent). Perfect passive participle of σταυροω — stauroō [source]
Galatians 2:20 I have been crucified with Christ [Χριστωι συνεσταυρωμαι]
One of Paul‘s greatest mystical sayings. Perfect passive indicative of συσταυροω — sustauroō with the associative instrumental case Paul uses the same word in Romans 6:6 for the same idea. In the Gospels it occurs of literal crucifixion about the robbers and Christ (Matthew 27:44; Mark 15:32; John 19:32). Paul died to the law and was crucified with Christ. He uses often the idea of dying with Christ (Galatians 5:24; Galatians 6:14; Romans 6:8; Colossians 2:20) and burial with Christ also (Romans 6:4; Colossians 2:12). [source]
Galatians 3:1 Before whose eyes Jesus Christ was openly set forth crucified [οις κατ οπταλμους Ιησους Χριστος προεγραπη εσταυρωμενος]
Literally, “to whom before your very eyes Jesus Christ was portrayed as crucified.” Second aorist passive indicative of προγραπω — prographō old verb to write beforehand, to set forth by public proclamation, to placard, to post up. This last idea is found in several papyri (Moulton and Milligan‘s Vocabulary) as in the case of a father who posted a proclamation that he would no longer be responsible for his son‘s debts. Γραπω — Graphō was sometimes used in the sense of painting, but no example of προγραπω — prographō with this meaning has been found unless this is one. With that idea it would be to portray, to picture forth, a rendering not very different from placarding. The foolish Galatians were without excuse when they fell under the spell of the Judaizer. Εσταυρωμενος — Estaurōmenos is perfect passive participle of σταυροω — stauroō the common verb to crucify (from σταυρος — stauros stake, cross), to put on the cross (Matthew 20:19), same form as in 1 Corinthians 2:2. [source]
Galatians 5:24 Crucified the flesh [την σαρκα εσταυρωσαν]
Definite event, first aorist active indicative of σταυροω — stauroō as in Galatians 2:19 (mystical union with Christ). Paul uses σαρχ — sarx here in the same sense as in Galatians 5:16, Galatians 5:17, Galatians 5:19, “the force in men that makes for evil” (Burton). [source]
Galatians 6:14 Hath been crucified unto me [εμοι εσταυρωται]
Perfect passive indicative of σταυροω — stauroō stands crucified, with the ethical dative again This is one of the great sayings of Paul concerning his relation to Christ and the world in contrast with the Judaizers. Cf. Galatians 2:19.; Galatians 3:13; Galatians 4:4.; 1 Corinthians 1:23.; Romans 1:16; Romans 3:21.; Romans 4:25; Romans 5:18. World (κοσμος — kosmos) has no article, but is definite as in 2 Corinthians 5:19. Paul‘s old world of Jewish descent and environment is dead to him (Philemon 3:3.). [source]
Hebrews 6:6 It is impossible to renew them again [αδυνατον παλιν ανακαινιζειν]
The αδυνατον — adunaton (impossible) comes first in Hebrews 6:4 without εστιν — estin (is) and there is no “them” in the Greek. There are three other instances of αδυνατον — adunaton in Hebrews (Hebrews 6:18; Hebrews 10:4; Hebrews 11:6). The present active infinitive of ανακαινιζω — anakainizō (late verb, ανα καινος — ana class="normal greek">ανακαινοω — kainos here only in the N.T., but αδυνατον — anakainoō 2 Corinthians 4:16; Colossians 3:10) with αναστραυρουντας εαυτοις — adunaton bluntly denies the possibility of renewal for apostates from Christ (cf. 3:12-4:2). It is a terrible picture and cannot be toned down. The one ray of light comes in Hebrews 6:8-12, not here. Seeing they crucify to themselves afresh (τους παραπεσοντας — anastraurountas heautois). Present active participle (accusative plural agreeing with ανασταυροω — tous … ανα — parapesontas) of και παραδειγματιζοντας — anastauroō the usual verb for crucify in the old Greek so that παραδειγματιζω — ana - here does not mean “again” or “afresh,” but “up,” sursum, not rursum (Vulgate). This is the reason why renewal for such apostates is impossible. They crucify Christ. And put him to an open shame (παραδειγμα — kai paradeigmatizontas). Present active participle of δειγματισαι — paradeigmatizō late verb from paradeigma (example), to make an example of, and in bad sense to expose to disgrace. Simplex verb deigmatisai in this sense in Matthew 1:19. [source]

42 Verses with G4717

Matthew 20:19
Literal: and they will betray Him the Gentiles unto - to mock to flog to crucify the third day He will rise again
KJV: And  shall deliver  him  to the Gentiles  to  mock,  and  to scourge,  and  to crucify  him: and  the third  day 

Matthew 23:34
Literal: Because of this behold I send to you prophets and wise [men] scribes Some of them you will kill will crucify and [some] of you will flog in the synagogues of you will persecute from town to town
KJV: Wherefore,  behold,  send  unto  prophets,  and  wise men,  and  scribes:  and  some of  them  ye shall kill  and  crucify;  and  some of  them  shall ye scourge  in  synagogues,  and  persecute  them from  city  to  city: 

Matthew 26:2
Literal: You know that after two days the Passover takes place and the Son - of Man is delivered over - to be crucified
KJV: Ye know  that  after  two  days  is  the feast of the passover,  and  the Son  of man  is betrayed  to  be crucified. 

Matthew 27:22
Literal: Says to them - Pilate What then should I do with Jesus who is called Christ They say all Let [Him] be crucified
KJV: Pilate  saith  unto them,  What  shall I do  then  with Jesus  which  is called  Christ?  They all  say  unto him,  Let him be crucified. 

Matthew 27:23
Literal: - And he said What for evil did He commit - all the more they kept crying out saying Let [Him] be crucified
KJV: And  said,  Why,  what  evil  hath he done?  But  they cried out  the more,  saying,  Let him be crucified. 

Matthew 27:26
Literal: Then he released to them - Barabbas and Jesus having flogged He delivered up [Him] that He might be crucified
KJV: Then  released he  Barabbas  unto them:  and  when he had scourged  Jesus,  he delivered  him to  be crucified. 

Matthew 27:31
Literal: And when they had mocked Him they took off Him the robe they put on the garments of Him led away to - crucify [Him]
KJV: And  after  that they had mocked  him,  the robe  off  from him,  and  his own  raiment  on  him,  and  him  away  to  crucify 

Matthew 27:35
Literal: Having crucified now Him they divided the garments of Him casting lots that might be fulfilled that which was spoken by the prophet the garments of me among themselves and for the clothing they cast a lot
KJV: And  they crucified  him,  and parted  his  garments,  casting  lots:  that  it might be fulfilled  which  by  the prophet,  They parted  garments  among them,  and  upon  vesture  did they cast  lots. 

Matthew 27:38
Literal: At the same time are crucified with Him two robbers one at [the] right hand and at [the] left
KJV: Then  were there two  thieves  crucified  with  him,  one  on  the right hand,  and  another  on  the left. 

Matthew 28:5
Literal: Answering now the angel said to the women Not fear you I know for that Jesus the [One] having been crucified you seek
KJV: And  the angel  answered  and said  unto the women,  Fear  not  for  I know  that  ye seek  Jesus,  which  was crucified. 

Mark 15:13
Literal: - And again they cried out Crucify Him
KJV: And  they cried out  again,  Crucify  him. 

Mark 15:14
Literal: - And Pilate was saying to them What indeed did He commit evil - But much more they shouted Crucify Him
KJV: Then  Pilate  unto them,  Why,  what  evil  hath he done?  And  they cried out  Crucify  him. 

Mark 15:15
Literal: - And Pilate desiring to the crowd that which [was] satisfactory to do released to them - Barabbas and he delivered Jesus having flogged [him] that He might be crucified
KJV: And  so Pilate,  willing  to content  the people,  released  Barabbas  unto them,  and  delivered  Jesus,  when he had scourged  him, to  be crucified. 

Mark 15:20
Literal: And when they had mocked Him they took off him the purple put on the garments His own they are leading out that they might crucify Him
KJV: And  when  they had mocked  him,  they took off  the purple  from him,  and  his own  clothes  on  him,  and  him  out  to  crucify  him. 

Mark 15:24
Literal: And having crucified Him also they divided the garments of Him casting lots for them who what should take
KJV: And  when they had crucified  him,  they parted  his  garments,  casting  lots  upon  them,  what  should take. 

Mark 15:25
Literal: It was then [the] hour third and they crucified Him
KJV: And  the third  hour,  and  they crucified  him. 

Mark 15:27
Literal: And with Him they crucify two robbers one at [the] right hand at [the] left of Him
KJV: And  with  him  they crucify  two  thieves;  the one  on  his right hand,  and  the other  on  his  left. 

Mark 16:6
Literal: - And he says to them Not be amazed Jesus you seek the Nazarene the [One] having been crucified He is risen Not He is here Behold the place where they laid Him
KJV: And  he saith  unto them,  not  affrighted:  Ye seek  Jesus  of Nazareth,  which  was crucified:  he is risen;  not  here:  the place  where  they laid  him. 

Luke 23:21
Literal: - But they were crying out saying Crucify Him
KJV: But  they cried,  saying,  Crucify  him. 

Luke 23:23
Literal: - But they were urgent with voices loud asking for Him to be crucified And were prevailing the voices of them and of the chief priests
KJV: And  they were instant  with loud  voices,  requiring  that he  might be crucified.  And  the voices  of them  and  of the chief priests  prevailed. 

Luke 23:33
Literal: And when they came to the place - called The Skull there they crucified Him the criminals one - on [the] right now on [the] left
KJV: And  when  to  the place,  which  is called  Calvary,  there  they crucified  him,  and  the malefactors,  one  on  the right hand,  and  the other  on  the left. 

Luke 24:7
Literal: saying The Son - of Man - it behooves to be delivered into hands of men sinful and to be crucified the third day to arise
KJV: Saying,  The Son  of man  must  be delivered  into  the hands  of sinful  men,  and  be crucified,  and  the third  day  rise again. 

Luke 24:20
Literal: that then delivered up him the chief priests and rulers of us to [the] judgment of death crucified Him
KJV: And how  the chief priests  and  rulers  delivered  him  to  be condemned  to death,  and  have crucified  him. 

John 19:6
Literal: When therefore saw Him the chief priests and officers they cried out saying Crucify Says to them - Pilate Take yourselves crucify [Him] I for no find in Him guilt
KJV: When  the chief priests  therefore  and  officers  him,  they cried out,  saying,  Crucify  him. Pilate  saith  unto them,  Take  him,  and  crucify  him: for  find  no  fault  in  him. 

John 19:10
Literal: Says therefore to Him - Pilate To me not speak You Not know You that authority I have to release You and to crucify
KJV: Then  saith  Pilate  unto him,  Speakest thou  not  knowest thou  not  that  I have  power  to crucify  and  have  power  to release 

John 19:15
Literal: They cried out therefore With Him away Crucify Him Says to them - Pilate The King of you shall I crucify Answered the chief priests Not we have a king if not Caesar
KJV: they cried out,  Away with  him, crucify  him.  Pilate  saith  unto them,  Shall I crucify  King?  The chief priests  answered,  We have  no  king  Caesar. 

John 19:16
Literal: Then therefore he delivered Him to them that He might be crucified They took - Jesus
KJV: Then  delivered he  him  therefore  unto them  to  be crucified.  they took  Jesus, 

John 19:18
Literal: where Him they crucified and with Him others two on this side on that side in between now - Jesus
KJV: Where  they crucified  him,  and  two  other  with  him,  on either side one,  and  Jesus  in the midst. 

John 19:20
Literal: This therefore the title many read of the Jews for near was the place the city where was crucified - Jesus and it was written in Hebrew in Latin in Greek
KJV: title  then  read  many  of the Jews:  for  the place  where  Jesus  was crucified  nigh  to the city:  and  written  in Hebrew,  and Greek,  and Latin. 

John 19:23
Literal: The then soldiers when they crucified - Jesus took the garments of Him and made four parts to each soldier a part and also the tunic Was now the tunic seamless from the top woven throughout all
KJV: Then  the soldiers,  when  they had crucified  Jesus,  took  his  garments,  and  made  four  parts,  to every  soldier  a part;  and also  his coat:  now  the coat  without seam,  woven  from  the top  throughout. 

John 19:41
Literal: There was now in the place where He was crucified a garden and garden a tomb new which not yet no one was laid
KJV: Now  in  the place  where  he was crucified  a garden;  and  in  the garden  a new  sepulchre,  wherein  man  yet  laid. 

Acts 2:36
Literal: Assuredly therefore let know all [the] house of Israel that both Lord Him and Christ has made - God this - Jesus whom you crucified
KJV: Therefore  all  the house  of Israel  know  assuredly,  that  God  hath made  Jesus,  whom  have crucified,  both  Lord  and  Christ. 

Acts 4:10
Literal: known let it be to all you and to all the people of Israel that in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth whom you crucified - God raised out from [the] dead Him this [man] stands before you sound
KJV: known  all,  and  to all  the people  of Israel,  that  by  the name  of Jesus  Christ  of Nazareth,  whom  crucified,  whom  God  raised  from  the dead,  even by  this man  stand here  before  whole. 

1 Corinthians 1:13
Literal: Has been divided - Christ Not Paul was crucified for you Or into the name of Paul were you baptized
KJV: Christ  divided?  Paul  crucified  for  or  were ye baptized  in  the name  of Paul? 

1 Corinthians 1:23
Literal: we however preach Christ having been crucified to [the] Jewish indeed a stumbling block to Gentiles now foolishness
KJV: But  preach  Christ  crucified,  unto the Jews  a stumblingblock,  and  foolishness; 

1 Corinthians 2:2
Literal: Nothing for I decided anything to know among you if not Jesus Christ and Him having been crucified
KJV: For  I determined  not  to know  any thing  among  Jesus  Christ,  and  crucified. 

1 Corinthians 2:8
Literal: which none of the rulers the age of this has understood if for they had understood [it] not - the Lord - of glory they would have crucified
KJV: Which  none  of the princes  world  knew:  for  had they known  it, they  not  have crucified  the Lord  of glory. 

2 Corinthians 13:4
Literal: And for He was crucified in weakness yet He lives by power God’s Also we are weak in Him but we will live with toward you
KJV: For  he was crucified  through  weakness,  yet  he liveth  by  the power  of God.  For  also  are weak  in  him,  but  we shall live  with  him  by  the power  of God  toward 

Galatians 3:1
Literal: O foolish Galatians Who you has bewitched the truth not to obey whose before eyes Jesus Christ was publicly portrayed [as] having been crucified
KJV: foolish  Galatians,  who  hath bewitched  not  obey  the truth,  before  whose  eyes  Jesus  Christ  hath been evidently set forth,  crucified 

Galatians 5:24
Literal: Those now - of Christ Jesus the flesh have crucified with [its] passions and - desires
KJV: And  they that are  Christ's  have crucified  the flesh  with  the affections  and  lusts. 

Galatians 6:14
Literal: For me however never may it be to boast if in the cross of the Lord of us Jesus Christ through which to me [the] world has been crucified and I [to the] world
KJV: But  God forbid  should glory,  in  the cross  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  by  whom  the world  is crucified  and I  unto the world. 

Revelation 11:8
Literal: And the body of them [will be] upon the street of city great which is called figuratively Sodom Egypt where also the Lord was crucified
KJV: And  their  dead bodies  shall lie in  the street  of the great  city,  which  spiritually  is called  Sodom  and  Egypt,  where  also  Lord  was crucified. 

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