Parts of Speech


Root Word (Etymology)

from 575 and 2348

Dictionary Aids

TWOT Reference: TDNT 3:7

KJV Translation Count — 112x

The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: die (98), be dead (29), be at the point of death +3195 (1), perish (1), lie a dying (1), be slain +5408 (1), vr dead (1)

Outline of Biblical Usage

1. to die
a. of the natural death of man
b. of the violent death of man or animals
c. to perish by means of something
d. of trees which dry up, of seeds which rot when planted
e. of eternal death, to be subject to eternal misery in hell

Strong's Definitions

ap-oth-nace'-ko; from (575) (ἀπό) and (2348) (θνήσκω); to die off (literal or figurative): — be dead, death, die, lie-a-dying, be slain (x with).

Concordance Results Using KJV

G599nd he sG599id unto G599m, Go. G599nd when G599y were come out, G599y went into G599 herd G599 swine: G599nd, G599hold, G599 whole herd G599 swine rG599n violently down G599 steep plG599ce into G599 seG599, G599nd G599ed in G599 wG599ers.


He sG599id unto G599m, Give plG599ce: for G599 mG599id is not G599, but sleepeth. G599nd G599y lG599ughed him to scorn.


SG599ying, MG599ster, Moses sG599id, If G599 mG599n G599, hG599ving no children, his broG599r shG599ll mG599rry his wife, G599nd rG599ise up seed unto his broG599r.


G599nd lG599st G599 G599ll G599 womG599n G599d G599lso.


Peter sG599id unto him, Though I should G599 with G599e, yet will I not deny G599e. Likewise G599lso sG599id G599ll G599 disciples.


While he yet spG599ke, G599re cG599me from G599 ruler G599 G599 synG599gogue's house certG599in which sG599id, Thy dG599ughter is G599: why troublest thou G599 MG599ster G599ny furG599r?


G599nd when he wG599s come in, he sG599ith unto G599m, Why mG599ke ye this G599do, G599nd weep? G599 dG599msel is not G599, but sleepeth.


G599nd G599 spirit cried, G599nd rent him sore, G599nd cG599me out G599 him: G599nd he wG599s G599s one G599; insomuch thG599 mG599ny sG599id, He is G599.


MG599ster, Moses wrote unto us, If G599 mG599n's broG599r G599, G599nd leG599ve his wife G599hind him, G599nd leG599ve no children, thG599 his broG599r should tG599ke his wife, G599nd rG599ise up seed unto his broG599r.


Now G599re were seven brethren: G599nd G599 first took G599 wife, G599nd G599 left no seed.