Number 2983

Transliteration:
lambano {lam-ban'-o}
Word Origin:
a prolonged form of a primary verb, which is use only as an alternate in certain tenses
TDNT:
4:5,495
Part of Speech:
verb
Usage in the KJV:
receive 133, take 106, have 3, catch 3, not tr 1, misc 17

Total: 263
Definition:
  1. to take
    1. to take with the hand, lay hold of, any person or thing in order to use it
      1. to take up a thing to be carried
      2. to take upon one's self
    2. to take in order to carry away
      1. without the notion of violence, i,e to remove, take away
    3. to take what is one's own, to take to one's self, to make one's own
      1. to claim, procure, for one's self
        1. to associate with one's self as companion, attendant
      2. of that which when taken is not let go, to seize, to lay hold of, apprehend
      3. to take by craft (our catch, used of hunters, fisherman, etc.), to circumvent one by fraud
      4. to take to one's self, lay hold upon, take possession of, i.e. to appropriate to one's self
      5. catch at, reach after, strive to obtain
      6. to take a thing due, to collect, gather (tribute)
    4. to take
      1. to admit, receive
      2. to receive what is offered
      3. not to refuse or reject
      4. to receive a person, give him access to one's self,
      5. to regard any one's power, rank, external circumstances, and on that account to do some injustice or neglect something
    5. to take, to choose, select
    6. to take beginning, to prove anything, to make a trial of, to experience
  2. to receive (what is given), to gain, get, obtain, to get back For Synonyms see entry 5877