diaginóskó: to distinguish, to determineOriginal Word: διαγινώσκωPart of Speech:
I know accurately, examine, decideDefinition:
I know accurately, examine, decide.
1231 diaginṓskō (from 1223 /diá, "all the way through, thoroughly," which intensifies 1097 /ginṓskō, "to know personally") – properly, thoroughly know.
[See the root 1097 (ginṓskō) for more on knowing ("epistemology").]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to distinguish, to determineNASB Translation
decide (1), determine (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1231: διαγινώσκωδιαγινώσκω
; future διαγνώσομαι
1. to distinguish (Latindignosco), i. e. to know accurately, ascertain exactly: τί, Acts 23:15; (so in Greek writings from Homer down).
2. in a legal sense, to examine, determine, decide, (cf. Cicero,cognosco): τά καθ' ὑμᾶς your case, Acts 24:22; (2 Macc. 9:15; Demosthenes, p. 629, 25; p. 545, 9; others).<1>
enquire, know the uttermost.
From dia and ginosko; to know thoroughly, i.e. Ascertain exactly -- (would) enquire, know the uttermost.
see GREEK dia
see GREEK ginosko