diaperaō: to cross overOriginal Word: διαπεράωTransliteration:
(dee-ap-er-ah'-o)Part of Speech:
to cross overMeaning:
to cross over
pass over, sail over.
From dia and a derivative of the base of peran; to cross entirely -- go over, pass (over), sail over.
see GREEK dia
see GREEK peran
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 1276: διαπεράωδιαπεράω
; 1 aorist διεπέρασα
; to pass over, cross over,
e. g. a river, a lake: Matthew 9:1
; Matthew 14:34
; Mark 6:53
(here T WH
follow with ἐπί τήν γῆν
, for (to) the land
(cf. R. V.
marginal reading)); followed by εἰς
with the accusative of place, Mark 5:21
; Acts 21:2
with the accusative of person Luke 16:26
, subsequent writings; the Sept.