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Luke 10:19

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Textus Receptus (Stephanus 1550)

G2400 Behold ιδου
G1325 I give διδωμι
G5213 unto you υμιν
G3588 the την
G1849 power εξουσιαν
G3588 of the του
G3961 to tread πατειν
G1883 on επανω
G3789 serpents οφεων
G2532 and και
G4651 scorpions σκορπιων
G2532 and και
G1909 over επι
G3956 all πασαν
G3588   την
G1411   δυναμιν
G3588   του
G2190 enemy εχθρου
G2532 and και
G3762 nothing ουδεν
G5209   υμας
G3756   ου
G3361   μη
G91 hurt αδικηση

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

G2400 Behold
  I
G1325 give
  unto
G1849 power
  to
G3961 tread
G3789 serpents
G4651 scorpions
G1909 over
G1849 power
  of
G2190 enemy
G3762 nothing
  shall
  by
  any
G3364 means
G91 hurt

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Greek-English Dictionary

Strongs: G1849
Greek: ἐξουσία
Transliteration: exousia
Pronunciation: ex-oo-see'-ah
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Bible Usage: authority jurisdiction liberty power right strength.
Definition:  

privilege that is (subjectively) force capacity: competency freedom or (objectively) mastery (concretely magistrate superhuman: potentate token of control) delegated influence

1. power of choice, liberty of doing as one pleases

a. leave or permission

2. physical and mental power

a. the ability or strength with which one is endued, which he either possesses or exercises

3. the power of authority (influence) and of right (privilege)

4. the power of rule or government (the power of him whose will and commands must be submitted to by others and obeyed)

a. universally

1. authority over mankind

b. specifically

1. the power of judicial decisions

2. of authority to manage domestic affairs

c. metonymically

1. a thing subject to authority or rule 4c

d. jurisdiction

1. one who possesses authority 4c

e. a ruler, a human magistrate 4c

f. the leading and more powerful among created beings superior to man, spiritual potentates

g. a sign of the husband's authority over his wife

1. the veil with which propriety required a women to cover herself

h. the sign of regal authority, a crown

Thayer's Greek–English Lexicon
of the New Testament 1889
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.