|I make a disciple of, train in discipleship; pass: I am trained, discipled, instructed.|
From: Public Domain Greek-English lexicon by John Jeffrey Dodson (2010)
Cognate: 3100 mathēteúō (from 3101/mathētēs, "disciple") – to disciple, helping someone to progressively learn the Word of God to become a matured disciple (literally, "a learner," a true Christ-follower); to train (develop) in the truths of Scripture and the lifestyle required, i.e. a believer learning to be a disciple of Christ in belief and practice. See3101 (mathētēs).
|Related Strong's||Related word||Related gloss||Relation score|
|3772||οὐρανός||the sky, the heaven||11|
|1122||γραμματεύς||a scribe, town-clerk, man of learning||10|
|2425||ἱκανός||sufficient, worthy, many, much||10|
|932||βασιλεία||kingship, sovereignty, authority, rule, kingdom||9|
|5290||ὑποστρέφω||I turn back, return||9|
|4198||πορεύομαι||I travel, journey, go||9|
|1565||ἐκεῖνος||that, that one there, yonder||9|
|1093||γῆ||the earth, soil, land||8|
|1484||ἔθνος||a race, people, the Gentiles||8|
|4334||προσέρχομαι||I come near, consent to||7|
|907||βαπτίζω||I dip, submerge, baptize||7|
From a Hyperspace Analogue to Language (HAL) constructed over the Nestle 1904 Greek New Testament.