ῥῆγμα
  • Parse: Noun: Nom/Acc Sing Neut
  • Meaning:
    • a piece (torn off something), fragment, a torn thing
    • a breakage, fracture, wreck, ruin, collapse
  • Forms:
ῥήγματα
ῥήγνυμι
  • Meaning:
    • to tear apart, rip
    • to fray, unravel
    • to break (forth), hatch (eggs)
    • to split something in half
    • to break loose, let loose, break out
    • to allow to burst out
  • Forms:
Present
  • ῥήγνυνται Verb: Pres Mid/Pass Ind 3rd Plur
  • ῥήγνυται Verb: Pres Mid/Pass Ind 3rd Sing
  • ῥήσσει Verb: Pres Act Ind 3rd Sing
  • ῥήσσω Verb: Pres Act Ind 1st Sing
Imperfect
Future
  • ῥήξει Verb: Fut Act Ind 3rd Sing
  • ῥαγήσεται Verb: Fut Pass Ind 3rd Sing
  • ῥήξω Verb: Fut Act Ind 1st Sing
Aorist
  • ἔρρηξα Verb: 1Aor Act Ind 1st Sing
  • ἐρράγη Verb: Aor Pass Ind 3rd Sing
  • ἐρράγησαν Verb: 1Aor Pass Ind 3rd Plur
  • ἔρρηξαν Verb: 1Aor Act Ind 3rd Plur
  • ἔρρηξας Verb: Aor Act Ind 2nd Sing
  • ἔρρηξε(ν) Verb: Aor Act Ind 3rd Sing
  • ῥαγῶσιν Verb: Aor Pass Subj 3rd Plur
  • ῥῆξαι Verb: Aor Act Infin
  • ῥήξαντες Part: Aor Act Nom Plur Masc
  • ῥήξας Part: Aor Act Nom Sing Masc
  • ῥηξάτω Verb: Aor Act Imperative 3rd Sing
  • ῥηξάτωσαν Verb: Aor Act Imperative 3rd Plur
  • ῥῆξον Verb: Aor Act Imperative 2nd Sing
  • ῥαγῇ Verb: Aor Pass Subj 3rd Sing
  • ῥήξωσι(ν) Verb: Aor Act Subj 3rd Plur
Perfect
  • ἐρρηγώς Part: Perf Act Nom Sing Masc
  • ἐρρώγασιν Verb: Perf Act Ind 3rd Plur
ῥήγνυνται
ῥήγνυται
ῥηθείς
  • Parse: Part: Aor Pass Nom Sing Masc
  • Root: εἶπον
ῥηθεῖσα
ῥηθείσης
ῥηθεῖσι, ῥηθεῖσιν
  • Parse: Part: Aor Pass Dat Plur Neut
  • Root: εἶπον
ῥηθέν
  • Parse:
    • Part: Aor Pass Nom/Acc Sing Neut
    • Part: Aor Pass Nom/Acc Sing Neut
  • Root: εἶπον
ῥηθέντα
  • Parse: Part: 1Aor Pass Nom/Acc Plur Neut
  • Root: εἶπον
ῥηθέντων
  • Parse: Part: Aor Pass Gen Plur Masc/Neut
  • Root: εἶπον
ῥηθῆναι
ῥηθήσεται
ῥηθησομένοις
  • Parse: Part: Fut Pass Dat Plur Masc/Neut
  • Root: εἶπον
ῥῆμα
  • Parse: Noun: Nom/Acc Sing Neut
  • Meaning:
    • something said or spoken, a word, a saying
    • a single word
    • a phrase (rather than a single word)
    • a statement
    • the subject of a speech
    • a thought or intent uttered verbally
    • matter, a thing, affair, something
    • events verbally presented
    • events that happened, acts that occurred
    • course of action (already taken), course of action (yet to be taken)
    • dealings with men and matters
    • palpable objects
    • something unspecified
  • Forms:
ῥήμασι, ῥήμασιν
ῥήματα
ῥήματι
ῥήματος
ῥημάτων
ῥῆξαι
  • Parse:
    • Verb: Aor Act Infin
    • Verb: Aor Act Opt 3rd Sing
  • Root: ῥήγνυμι
ῥήξαντες
ῥήξας
ῥηξάτω
ῥηξάτωσαν
ῥήξει
ῥῆξον
ῥήξω
ῥήξωσιν
  • Parse:
    • Verb: Pres Act Subj 3rd Plur
    • Verb: Aor Act Subj 3rd Plur
  • Root: ῥήγνυμι
ῥήσει
ῥήσεις
  • Parse: Verb: Fut Act Ind 2nd Sing
  • Meaning: to flow, run
  • Root: ῥέω
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  • Parse: Noun: Nom/Acc Plur Fem
  • Root: ῥῆσις
ῥήσεις
ῥῆσιν
ῥῆσις
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: word, expression, speaking, speech, verbal message
ῥήσσει
ῥήσσω
ῥητίνη
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: balm, resin (from a tree)
  • Forms:
Feminine
 SingularPlural
NOMῥητίνηῥητίναι
GENῥητίνηςῥητινῶν
DATῥητίνῃῥητίναις
ACCῥητίνηνῥητίνας
VOCῥητίνηῥητίναι
ῥητίνην
ῥητίνης
ῥητόν
  • Parse:
    • Adj: Acc Sing Masc
    • Adj: Nom/Acc Sing Neut
  • Root: ῥητός
ῥητορεύω
  • Meaning: to be a public speaker, be an orator
ῥήτορος
ῥητόρων
  • Parse: Noun: Gen Plur Masc
  • Meaning: orator, speaker
  • Root: ῥήτωρ
ῥητός
  • Parse: Adj: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning:
    • spoken, stipulated, stated, specified, previously mentioned

      οὐ τελευτήσει ἀπὸ ... Ἰσραὴλ ῥητόν
      none of the stated things from Israel will die (Ex 9:4)

      πᾶν ῥητὸν ἀδίκημα
      every stated unlawfulness (Ex 22:9)

  • Forms:
    • ῥητόν Adj: Acc Sing Masc
ῥήτωρ
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: orator, speaker
  • Forms:
Masculine
 SingularPlural
NOMῥήτωρῥήτορες
GENῥήτοροςῥητόρων
DATῥήτοριῥήτορσι(ν)
ACCῥήτοραῥήτορας
VOCῥῆτορῥήτορες
ῥητῶς
  • Parse: Adverb
  • Meaning: distinctly, expressly, explicitly