Parts of Speech
Root Word (Etymology)
first person singular of a past tense of 3784
KJV Translation Count — 4x
The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: I would (2), I would to God (1), would to God (1)
Outline of Biblical Usage
1. would that, where one wishes that a thing had happened which has not happened or a thing be done which probably will not be done
of'-el-on; first person singular of a past tense of (3784) (ὀφείλω); I ought (wish), i.e. (interjection) oh that!: — would (to God).
Concordance Results Using KJV
Now ye are full, now ye are rG3785ch, ye have reG3785gned as kG3785ngs wG3785thout us: and G3785 G3785 G3785 G3785 ye dG3785d reG3785gn, that we also mG3785ght reG3785gn wG3785th you.
G3785 G3785 G3785 ye could bear wG3785th me a lG3785ttle G3785n <G3785>myG3785> folly: and G3785ndeed bear wG3785th me.
G3785 G3785 they were even cut off whG3785ch trouble you.
G3785 know thy works, that thou art neG3785ther cold nor hot: G3785 G3785 thou wert cold or hot.