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Acts 19:1

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Textus Receptus (Stephanus 1550)

G1096 pass εγενετο
G1161 And δε
G1722 at εν
G3588 the τω
G3588 the τον
G625 that while Apollos απολλω
G1510   ειναι
G1722 at εν
G2882 Corinth κορινθω
G3972 Paul παυλον
G1330 having passed through διελθοντα
G3588 the τα
G510 upper ανωτερικα
G3313 coasts μερη
G2064 it came ελθειν
G1519 to εις
G2181 Ephesus εφεσον
G2532   και
G2147 finding ευρων
G5100 certain τινας
G3101 disciples μαθητας

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

G2064 came
G1096 pass
G625 Apollos
G2882 Corinth
G3972 Paul
G1330 through
G510 upper
G3313 coasts
G2064 came
G2181 Ephesus
G2147 finding
G5100 certain
G3101 disciples

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Greek-English Dictionary

Strongs: G1096
Greek: γίνομαι
Transliteration: ginomai
Pronunciation: ghin'-om-ahee
Part of Speech: Verb
Bible Usage: arise be assembled be (come -fall -have self) be brought (to pass) (be) come (to pass) continue be divided be done draw be ended fall be finished follow be found be fulfilled + God forbid grow happen have be kept be made be married be ordained to be partake pass be performed be published require seem be showed X-(idiom) soon as it was sound be taken be turned use wax will would be wrought.

to cause to be (gen -erate) that is (reflexively) to become (come into being) used with great latitude (literally figuratively intensively etc.)

1. to become, i.e. to come into existence, begin to be, receive being

2. to become, i.e. to come to pass, happen

a. of events

3. to arise, appear in history, come upon the stage

a. of men appearing in public

4. to be made, finished

a. of miracles, to be performed, wrought

5. to become, be made

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