Parts of Speech


Root Word (Etymology)

from 3844 and 3089

KJV Translation Count — 5x

The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: sick of the palsy (2), taken with palsy (2), feeble (1)

Outline of Biblical Usage

1. to loose on one side or from the side
2. to loose or part things placed side by side
3. to loosen, dissolve
4. to weaken, enfeeble
5. suffering from the relaxing of the nerves, unstrung, weak of limb
6. tottering, weakened, feeble knees

Strong's Definitions

par-al-oo'-o; from (3844) (παρά) and (3089) (λύω); to loosen beside, i.e. relax (perfixed passive participle paralyzed or enfeebled): — feeble, sick of the (taken with) palsy.

Concordance Results Using KJV

And, behold, men brought in a bed a man which was G3886 G3886 a G3886: and G3886y sought means to bring him in, and to lay him before him.


But that ye may know that G3886 Son G3886 man hath power upon earth to forgive sins, (he said unto G3886 G3886 G3886 G3886 G3886,) I say unto G3886e, Arise, and take up thy couch, and go into thine house.


For unclean spirits, crying G3886 loud voice, came out G3886 many that were possessed G3886 G3886m: and many G3886 G3886 palsies, and that were lame, were healed.


And G3886re he found a certain man named AEneas, which had kept his bed eight years, and was G3886 G3886 G3886 G3886.


Wherefore lift up G3886 hands which hang down, and G3886 G3886 knees;