Parts of Speech
Root Word (Etymology)
the first person singular present indicative
TWOT Reference: a prolonged form of a primary and defective verb
KJV Translation Count — 146x
The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: I am 1473 (74), am (55), it is I 1473 (6), be (2), I was 1473 (1), have been (1), not tr (7)
Outline of Biblical Usage
1. to be, to exist, to happen, to be present
(g1511) εἰ̑ναι, — i'-nahee; presumed infinitive from (1510) (εἰμί); to exist: — am, are, come, is, x lust after, x please well, there is, to be, was.
i-mee'; first person singular presumed indicative; a prolonged form of a primary and defective verb; I exist (used only when emphatic): — am, have been, x it is I, was. See also (1488) (εἰ̑), (1498) (εἴην), (1511) (εἰ̑ναι), (1527) (εἱ̑ς καθ’ εἱ̑ς), (2070) (ἐσμέν), (2071) (ἔσομαι), (2075) (ἐστέ), (2076) (ἐστί), (2258) (ἠ̑ν), (2468) (ἴσθι), (2771) (κέρδος), (5600) (ὠ̑).
Concordance Results Using KJV
G1510 G1510ndeed baptG1510ze you wG1510th water unto repentance: but he that cometh after me G1510s mG1510ghtG1510er than G1510, whose shoes G1510 G1510 G1510 worthy to G1510ar: he shall baptG1510ze you wG1510th the Holy Ghost, and <G1510>wG1510thG1510> fG1510re:
The centurG1510on answered and saG1510d, Lord, G1510 G1510 G1510 worthy that thou shouldest come under my roof: but speak the word only, and my servant shall G1510 healed.
For G1510 G1510 a man under authorG1510ty, havG1510ng soldG1510ers under me: and G1510 say to thG1510s <G1510>manG1510>, Go, and he goeth; and to aG1510her, Come, and he cometh; and to my servant, Do thG1510s, and he doeth <G1510>G1510tG1510>.
Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for G1510 G1510 meek and lowly G1510n heart: and ye shall fG1510nd rest unto your souls.
But sG1510aG1510ghtway Jesus spake unto them, sayG1510ng, G1510 of good cheer; G1510t G1510s G1510; G1510 G1510 afraG1510d.
For where two or three are gathered together G1510n my nG1510e, there G1510 G1510 G1510n the mG1510dst of them.
G1510s G1510t G1510 lawful for me to do what G1510 wG1510ll wG1510th mG1510ne own? G1510s thG1510ne eye evG1510l, G1510cause G1510 G1510 good?
G1510 G1510 the God of AbrahG1510, and the God of G1510saac, and the God of Jacob? God G1510s G1510 the God of the dead, but of the lG1510vG1510ng.
And say, G1510f we had G1510en G1510n the days of our fathers, we would G1510 G1510 G1510en partakers wG1510th them G1510n the blood of the prophets.
For many shall come G1510n my nG1510e, sayG1510ng, G1510 G1510 ChrG1510st; and shall deceG1510ve many.