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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g2910 Greek: kremannumi

Hang:

is used

(a) transitively in Act 5:30; 10:39; in the Passive Voice, in Mat 18:6, of a millstone about a neck, and in Luk 23:39, of the malefactors;

(b) intransitively, in the Middle Voice, in Mat 22:40, of the dependence of "the Law and the prophets" (i.e., that which they enjoin) upon the one great principle of love to God and one's neighbor (as a door "hangs" on a hinge, or as articles "hang" on a nail); in Act 28:4, of the serpent "hanging" from Paul's hand; in Gal 3:13 the word is used in a quotation from the Sept. of Deu 21:23.

2 Strong's Number: g1582 Greek: ekkremannumi

Hang:

"to hang from, or upon" (ek, and No. 1), is used in the Middle Voice (ekkremamai) metaphorically in Luk 19:48, RV, "(the people all) "hung" upon (Him, listening)," AV, "were very attentive." In the Sept., Gen 44:30.

3 Strong's Number: g3935 Greek: pariemi

Hang:

signifies

(a) "to disregard, leave alone, leave undone," Luk 11:42 (some mss. have aphiemi, here);

(b) "to relax, loosen," and, in the Passive Voice, "to be relaxed, exhausted," said of hands that "hang" down in weakness, Hbr 12:12.

4 Strong's Number: g4029 Greek: perikeimai

Hang:

signifies "to lie round" (peri, "around," keimai, "to lie"); then, "to be hanged round," said of "a great millstone" (lit., "a millstone turned by an ass"), Mar 9:42, RV, and marg., to be "hung" round the neck of him who causes one of Christ's "little ones" to stumble; in Luk 17:2, "a millstone."
See BOUND (to be).

5 Strong's Number: g519 Greek: apancho

Hang:

signifies "to strangle;" in the Middle Voice, to "hang" oneself Mat 27:5. In the Sept. it is said of Ahithophel (2Sa 17:23).

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