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Luke 10:18

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Textus Receptus (Stephanus 1550)

G2036 he said ειπεν
G1161 And δε
G846 unto them αυτοις
G2334 I beheld εθεωρουν
G3588   τον
G4567 Satan σαταναν
G5613 as ως
G796 lightning αστραπην
G1537 from εκ
G3588   του
G3772 heaven ουρανου
G4098 fall πεσοντα

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

G2036 said
G3772 heaven
G1537 from
G4098 fall
G796 lightning
G4567 Satan
G2334 beheld
G846 them

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Greek-English Dictionary

Strongs: G4098
Greek: πίπτω
Transliteration: piptō petō
Pronunciation: pip'-to pet'-o
Part of Speech: Verb
Bible Usage: fail fall (down) light on.

probably akin to G4072 through the idea of alighting; to fall (literally of figuratively)

1. to descend from a higher place to a lower

a. to fall (either from or upon)

1. to be thrust down

b. metaph. to fall under judgment, came under condemnation

2. to descend from an erect to a prostrate position

a. to fall down

1. to be prostrated, fall prostrate

2. of those overcome by terror or astonishment or grief or under the attack of an evil spirit or of falling dead suddenly

3. the dismemberment of a corpse by decay

4. to prostrate one's self

5. used of suppliants and persons rendering homage or worship to one

6. to fall out, fall from i.e. shall perish or be lost

7. to fall down, fall into ruin: of buildings, walls etc.

b. to be cast down from a state of prosperity

1. to fall from a state of uprightness

2. to perish, i.e come to an end, disappear, cease 2b

c. of virtues

1. to lose authority, no longer have force 2b

d. of sayings, precepts, etc.

1. to be removed from power by death

2. to fail of participating in, miss a share in

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