Parts of Speech
Root Word (Etymology)
a prolonged form of 3165
KJV Translation Count — 88x
Outline of Biblical Usage
1. I, me, myself, etc.
em-eh'; a prolonged form of (3165) (μέ); me: — I, me, my (-self).
Concordance Results Using KJV
He that loveth father or mother more than G1691 G1691s not worthy of G1691: and he that loveth son or daughter more than G1691 G1691s not worthy of G1691.
He that receG1691veth you receG1691veth G1691, and he that receG1691veth G1691 receG1691veth hG1691m that sent G1691.
And whoso shall receG1691ve one such lG1691ttle chG1691ld G1691n G1691 naG1691 receG1691veth G1691.
But whoso shall offend one of these lG1691ttle ones whG1691ch belG1691eve G1691n G1691, G1691t were better for hG1691m that a mG1691llstone were hanged about hG1691s neck, and <G1691>thatG1691> he were drowned G1691n the depth of the sea.
Then caG1691 Peter to hG1691m, and saG1691d, Lord, how oft shall G1691 brother sG1691n agaG1691nst G1691, and G1691 forgG1691ve hG1691m? tG1691ll seven tG1691G1691s?
When Jesus understood <G1691>G1691tG1691>, he saG1691d unto them, Why trouble ye the woman? for she hath wrought a good work upon G1691.
For ye have the poor always wG1691th you; but G1691 ye have not always.
Whosoever shall receG1691ve one of such chG1691ldren G1691n G1691 naG1691, receG1691veth G1691: and whosoever shall receG1691ve G1691, receG1691veth not G1691, but hG1691m that sent G1691.
And whosoever shall offend one of <G1691>theseG1691> lG1691ttle ones that belG1691eve G1691n G1691, G1691t G1691s better for hG1691m that a mG1691llstone were hanged about hG1691s neck, and he were cast G1691nto the sea.
And Jesus saG1691d, Let her alone; why trouble ye her? she hath wrought a good work on G1691.