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And He took
and the two
, and began
to be grieved
And taking with Him Peter and the two sons of Zebedee [James and John], He began to be grieved and greatly distressed.
NASB Cross References:
Going on from there He saw two other brothers, James the
of Zebedee, and John his brother, in the boat with Zebedee their father, mending their nets; and He called them.
Hebrew-Aramaic & Greek Dictionary:
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; of unc. or.;
to be distressed:--
; a prim. vb.;
to rule, to begin:--
began(62), begin(7), beginning(8), begins(2), begun(1), proceed(1), rule(1), rulers(1), starting(2).
; a prim. num.;
both(1), forty-two*(2), pairs(2), twenty(1), two(124), two men(3).
; of Heb. or. ;
the father of the apostles James and John:--Zebedee(12).
3077; to distress, to grieve:--
cause...sorrow(1), caused...sorrow(2), caused sorrow(2), distressed(1), grieve(3), grieved(7), grieving(2), hurt(1), made sorrowful(5), sorrow(1), sorrowful(1).
2983; to receive from:--
receive(3), received(12), take(5), taken(5), takes(1), takes along(1), taking(1), took(16), took...along(1), took...aside(2), took along(3).
; a noun akin to
used as a proper name; "a stone" or "a boulder,"
one of the twelve apostles:--Peter(150), Peter's(5).
; a prim. word;
attendants(3), foal(1), man(1), son(1), son(307), sons(68).
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