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Mark 16:9

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Textus Receptus (Stephanus 1550)

G450 when Jesus was risen αναστας
G1161 Now δε
G4404 early πρωι
G4413 the first πρωτη
G4521 the week σαββατου
G5316 he appeared εφανη
G4412   πρωτον
G3137 to Mary μαρια
G3588   τη
G3094 Magdalene μαγδαληνη
G575 day of αφ
G3739 whom ης
G1544 he had cast εκβεβληκει
G2033 seven επτα
G1140 devils δαιμονια

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

G2033 seven
G1140 devils
G1544 cast
G3739 whom
G3094 Magdalene
G3137 Mary
G4413 first
G5316 appeared
G4521 week
G4413 first
G4404 early
G450 risen

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Greek-English Dictionary

Strongs: G1544
Greek: ἐκβάλλω
Transliteration: ekballō
Pronunciation: ek-bal'-lo
Part of Speech: Verb
Bible Usage: bring forth cast (forth out) drive (out) expel leave pluck (pull take thrust) out put forth (out) send away (forth out).

to eject (literally or figuratively)

1. to cast out, drive out, to send out

a. with notion of violence

1. to drive out (cast out)

2. to cast out 1a

b. of the world, i.e. be deprived of the power and influence he exercises in the world 1a

c. a thing: excrement from the belly into the sink

1. to expel a person from a society: to banish from a family

2. to compel one to depart; to bid one depart, in stern though not violent language

3. so employed that the rapid motion of the one going is transferred to the one sending forth 1a

2. to command or cause one to depart in haste

1. to draw out with force, tear out

2. with implication of force overcoming opposite force 1a

a. to cause a thing to move straight on its intended goal

1. to reject with contempt, to cast off or away

b. without the notion of violence

1. to draw out, extract, one thing inserted in another

2. to bring out of, to draw or bring forth

3. to except, to leave out, i.e. not receive

4. to lead one forth or away somewhere with a force which he cannot resist

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