Word Summary
apagō: to lead away
Original Word: ἀπάγω
Transliteration: apagō
Phonetic Spelling: (ap-ag'-o)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to lead away
Meaning: to lead away
Strong's Concordance
bring, carry away, put to death, take away.

From apo and ago; to take off (in various senses) -- bring, carry away, lead (away), put to death, take away.

see GREEK apo

see GREEK ago

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 520: ἀπάγω

ἀπάγω; (imperfect ἀπηγον (Luke 23:26 Tr marginal reading WH marginal reading)); 2 aorist ἀπήγαγον; passive (present ἀπάγομαι); 1 aorist ἀπηχθην; (from Homer down); to lead away: Luke 13:15 (namely, ἀπό τῆς φάτνης); Acts 23:10 (Lachmann (ed. min.)); (namely, hence); (R G) (away, ἐκ τῶν χειρῶν ἡμῶν); 1 Corinthians 12:2 (led astray πρός τά εἴδωλα). Used especially of those led off to trial, prison, punishment: Matthew 26:57; Matthew 27:2, 31; Mark 14:44, 53; Mark 15:16; Luke 21:12 (T Tr WH); ( T Tr WH); ; John 18:13 R G (ἤγαγον L T Tr WH); Rec.; Acts 12:19; (so also in Greek writings). Used of a way leading to a certain end: Matthew 7:13, 14 (εἰς τήν ἀπώλειαν, εἰς τήν ζωήν). (Compare: συναπάγω.)