hékó: to have come, be presentOriginal Word: ἥκω
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (hay'-ko)
Short Definition: I have come, am present
Definition: I have come, am present, have arrived.
2240 hḗkō (a primitive verb) – properly, to reach the end-destination (goal).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. verb
to have come, be present
come (17), comes (1), had come (1), has...come (1), has come (2), have come (3).
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 2240: ἥκω
ἥκω; imperfect ἧκον (Acts 28:23, where L T Tr WH ἦλθον); future ἥξω; 1 aorist ᾖξα (Luke 13:35 R G; Revelation 2:25; Revelation 3:9 Rec.); perfect ἦκα (often in the Sept., as Genesis 42:7, 9; Genesis 45:16; (Genesis 47:4); Joshua 9:12 (7); Job 16:22, etc.; in the N. T. once, Mark 8:3 Rst L T Tr text, see, WHs Appendix, p. 169; the older and more elegant writers (Aeschylus, Herodotus, Thucydides, others) use only the present imperfect and future; cf. Lob. ad Phryn., p. 743f; Alexander Buttmann (1873) Ausf. Spr. ii. 205; (Veitch, under the word); Winers Grammar, 87 (83); (Buttmann, 59 (51))); the Sept. for בּוא; to have come, have arrived, be present (Winers Grammar, 274 (258); Buttmann, 203 (176)); hence, imperfect with force of pluperfect (cf. Matthiae, ii., p. 1136; Krüger, § 53, 1, 4): absolutely of persons, Matthew 24:50; Mark 8:3; Luke 12:46; Luke 15:27; John 8:42; Hebrews 10:7, 9, 37; 1 John 5:20; Revelation 2:25; Revelation 3:9; Revelation 15:4; followed by ἀπό with the genitive of place, Matthew 8:11; Luke 13:29; by ἐκ with the genitive of place, Romans 11:26; with addition of εἰς with accusative of place, John 4:47; μακρόθεν, Mark 8:3; πρός τινα, Acts 28:23 Rec.; metaphorically, to come to one i. e. seek an intimacy with one, become his follower: John 6:37; ἐπί τινα, to come upon one (unexpectedly), Revelation 3:3. of time and events: absolutely, Matthew 24:14; John 2:4; 2 Peter 3:10; Revelation 18:8; ἕως ἄν ἥξῃ (L T WH Tr in brackets ἥξει; see above and Buttmann, 231 (199)) (namely, ὁ καιρός), ὅτε εἴπητε, Luke 13:35; ἐπί τινα, metaphorically, to come upon one, of things to be endured (as evils, calamitous times): Matthew 23:36; Luke 19:43. (Compare: ἀνήκω,
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancecome.
A primary verb; to arrive, i.e. Be present (literally or figuratively) -- come.
Forms and Transliterationsήκαμεν ήκασι ήκασιν ήκατε ήκε ηκει ήκει ἥκει ήκεις ήκετε ήκομεν ήκον ήκοντα ήκοντας ήκοντες ήκοντος ηκω ήκω ἥκω ήκων ηλέκτρου ηξει ήξει ἥξει ήξεις ήξετε ήξη ήξομεν ήξουσι ήξουσί ηξουσιν ήξουσιν ἥξουσιν ηξω ήξω ἥξω ekei ēkei eko ēkō exei ēxei exo ēxō exousin ēxousin hekei hēkei hḗkei heko hēkō hḗko hḗkō hexei hēxei hḗxei hexo hēxō hḗxo hḗxō hexousin hēxousin hḗxousin
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Greek 2240
ἥκασιν — 1 Occ.
ἥκει — 4 Occ.
ἥκω — 3 Occ.
ἥξει — 9 Occ.
ἥξω — 3 Occ.
ἥξουσιν — 6 Occ.
Matthew 8:11 V-FIA-3P
GRK: καὶ δυσμῶν ἥξουσιν καὶ ἀνακλιθήσονται
NAS: to you that many will come from east
KJV: That many shall come from the east
INT: and west will come and will recline [at table]