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Strongs Number: G2596


Greek Word
κατά
Transliteration
kata
Phonetic
kat-ah'
Part of Speech
Preposition
Strongs Definition

(preposition) down (in place or time) in varied relations (according to the case [genitive dative or accusative] with which it is joined)

Thayers Definition

1. down from, through out

2. according to, toward, along

Origin
A primary particle
Bible Usage
about according as (to) after against (when they were) X-(idiom) alone among and X-(idiom) apart (even like) as (concerning pertaining to touching) X-(idiom) aside at before beyond by to the charge of [charita-] bly concerning + covered [dai-] ly down every (+ far more) exceeding X-(idiom) more excellent for from . . . to godly in (-asmuch divers every -to respect of) . . . by after the manner of + by any means beyond (out of) measure X-(idiom) mightily more X-(idiom) natural of (up-) on (X part) out (of every) over against (+ your) X-(idiom) own + particularly so through (-oughout -oughout every) thus (un-) to (-gether -ward) X-(idiom) uttermost where (-by) with. In composition it retains many of these applications and frequently denotes opposition distribution or intensity .