5368. phileó
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
to love

From philos; to be a friend to (fond of (an individual or an object)), i.e. Have affection for (denoting personal attachment, as a matter of sentiment or feeling; while agapao is wider, embracing especially the judgment and the deliberate assent of the will as a matter of principle, duty and propriety: the two thus stand related very much as ethelo and boulomai, or as thumos and nous respectively; the former being chiefly of the heart and the latter of the head); specially, to kiss (as a mark of tenderness) -- kiss, love.

see GREEK philos

see GREEK thumos

see GREEK agapao

see GREEK ethelo

see GREEK boulomai

see GREEK nous

Forms and Transliterations
εφιλει εφίλει ἐφίλει εφίλησα εφίλησε εφίλησεν πεφιληκατε πεφιλήκατε φιλει φιλεί φιλεῖ φιλεις φιλείς φιλεῖς φιλησαι φιλήσαι φιλῆσαι φιλησάτω φίλησόν φιλήσουσιν φιλησω φιλήσω φιλούμενος φιλουντας φιλούντας φιλοῦντας φιλούντες φιλούντος φιλουντων φιλούντων φιλούσι φιλούσί φιλουσιν φιλούσιν φιλοῦσιν φιλω φιλώ φιλῶ φιλων φιλών φιλῶν ephilei ephílei pephilekate pephilēkate pephilḗkate philei phileî phileis phileîs philesai philêsai philēsai philē̂sai phileso philēsō philḗso philḗsō philo philô philō philō̂ philon philôn philōn philō̂n philountas philoûntas philounton philountōn philoúnton philoúntōn philousin philoûsin
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