1) to transact business, especially to manage public affairs
1a) to advise or consult with one about public affairs
1b) to make answer to those who ask for advice, present enquiries or requests, etc.
1b1) of judges, magistrates, rulers, kings
2) to give a response to those consulting an oracle, to give a divine command or admonition, to teach from heaven
2a) to be divinely commanded, admonished, instructed
2b) to be the mouthpiece of divine revelations, to promulgate the commands of God
3) to assume or take to one's self a name from one's public business
3a) to receive a name or title, be called
Part of Speech: verb
Citing in TDNT: 9:480, 1319
From G5536; to utter an oracle (compare the original sense of G5530), that is, divinely intimate; by implication (compare the secular sense of G5532) to constitute a firm for business, that is, (genitive) bear as a title: - be called, be admonished (warned) of God, reveal, speak.
|a reveal divine message||28.39|
|b give a name to||33.127|
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