New Testament

PETROS/Πέτρος: Petros, rock

 PETRA/πέτρα (noun) 

[BDAG]:

  1. bedrock or massive rock formations, rock
  2. a piece of rock, rock

All occurrences of PETRA/πέτρα in the NT:
Strong#: 4073
Occurrences: 15

Matt 7:24Therefore everyone who hears these my words and does them, he will be like a prudent man who built his house upon the rock.
Matt 7:25And the rain came down and the rivers came and the winds blew and they fell against that house, and it did not fall, for it had been built on the rock.
Matt 16:18And I say to you that: You are Petros, and upon this rock will I build my assembly, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it.
Matt 27:51And behold the veil of the temple was rent from top to bottom in two, and the land was shaken, and the rocks were rent,
Matt 27:60And placed it in his new grave that he hewed out in the rock, and having rolled a great stone to the door of the grave he left.
Mark 15:46And when they bought muslin and took him down they wrapped him with the muslin and placed him in a sepulcher that had been hewn out of rock, and rolled a stone up to the door of the sepulcher.
Luke 6:48He is like a person building a house, who dug and deepened and placed the foundation upon the rock. But when flood came to pass, the river dashed against that house, and it was unable to shake it because it was well built.
Luke 8:6And other fell on the rocks, and grew, was withered because of not having moisture.
Luke 8:13And that on the rocks are they who when they hear receive the word with joy, and these do not have root, who for a time believe and in time of trial fall away,
Rom 9:33just as it is written: Behold I place in Siōn a stone of dashing and a rock of stumbling. And the one believing upon him will not be shamed.
1Cor 10:4and all drank the same spiritual drink; for they drank from the spiritual rock that followed them; now the rock was the Christ.
1Pet 2:8and a stone of offense and a rock of stumbling, who stumble by the word, being disobedient, to which they were also appointed.
Rev 6:15And the kings of the land and the great men and the captains and the wealthy and the strong and every slave and free hid themselves in the caves and in the rocks of the mountains,
Rev 6:16and they say to the mountains and to the rocks: Fall upon us and hide us from the face of the one having sat upon the throne and from the wrath of the lamb.

 PETROS/Πέτρος (noun) 

[BDAG]:

  1. As a name PETROS/Πέτρος can scarcely be pre-Christian. From the beginning it was probably thought of as the Greek equivalent of the Aramaic כֵּיפָא= Κηφᾶς/KĒFAS

All occurrences of PETROS/Πέτρος in the NT:
Strong#: 4074
Occurrences: 162

Matt 4:18So walking by the sea of Galilaia he saw two brothers, Simōn the one called Petros and Andreas his brother, throwing a net into the sea, for they were fishermen.
Matt 8:14And Iēsous having come to the house of Petros, he saw his mother-in-law stricken and feverish.
Matt 10:2Now the names of the twelve sent-ones are these: First Simōn the one called Petros and Andreas his brother, and Iakōbos the son of Zebedaios and Iōannēs his brother,
Matt 14:28But Petros answering said to him: Lord if it is you, order me to be coming to you on the water.
Matt 14:29So he said: Come! And coming out of the boat Petros walked on the water and came towards Iēsous.
Matt 15:15But Petros answering said to him: Explain to us the parable.
Matt 16:16And Simōn Petros answering said: You are the Christ the son of the zoe-living God.
Matt 16:18And I say to you that: You are Petros, and upon this rock will I build my assembly, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it.
Matt 16:22And Petros taking him aside began to be rebuking him saying: Mercy to you, Lord! This will not be for you!
Matt 16:23But Iēsous turning said to Petros: Withdraw behind me, Satan. You tempt me because you do not think on the things of God but of people.
Matt 17:1And after six days Iēsous took Petros and Iakōbos and Iōannēs his brother and brought them up to a high mountain by themselves.
Matt 17:4But Petros answering said to Iēsous: Lord, it is good that we are here. If you wish, we will build three shelters, one for you and one for Mōsēs and one for Ēlias.
Matt 17:24When they came into Kapharnaoum the ones collecting double-drachmas came to Petros and said: Doesn’t your teacher pay the double-drachma?
Matt 17:26So when he said: From strangers, Iēsous said to him: Therefore the sons are exempt.
Matt 18:21Then Petros having come he said to him: Lord, how often will my brother sin against me and I forgive him? Until seven?
Matt 19:27Then Petros answering said to him: Behold we have forsaken all and have followed you, what then will be to us?
Matt 26:33But answering Petros said to him: If all be stumbled in you, I will never be stumbled.
Matt 26:35But Petros says to him: If I must die with you, I will not renounce you. And all the disciples said likewise.
Matt 26:37And taking Petros and the two sons of Zebedaios he began to be pained and anguishing.
Matt 26:40And he comes to the disciples and finds them sleeping, and says to Petros: Do you thus have not the strength to watch with me one hour?
Matt 26:58But Petros followed him far off until the courtyard of the chief priest, and entering he sat with the assistants to see the outcome.
Matt 26:69But Petros sat outside in the courtyard, and one of the servant-girls came to him saying: Weren’t you also with Iēsous of Nazara?
Matt 26:73And after a little, after those that stood there entered they said to Petros: Truly you also are among them, for your speech makes you evident.
Matt 26:75And Petros remembered the words that Iēsous had said that: Before the cock crows thrice you will betray me, and going out he sobbed bitterly.
Mark 3:16And he set aside to Simōn a name: Petros,
Mark 5:37And he did not allow anyone to accompany him except Petros and Iakōbos and Iōannēs the brother of Iakōbos.
Mark 8:29And he asked him: But who do you say I am? Petros answering says to him: You are the Christ.
Mark 8:32And he was speaking the word plainly. And Petros taking him aside began to be rebuking him.
Mark 8:33And having turned around and having seen his disciples he rebuked Petros and says: Be getting behind me, Satan, because you do not think on the things of God but the things of people.
Mark 9:2And after six days Iēsous takes Petros and Iakōbos and Iōannēs, and he leads them to a high mountain privately alone. And he was transformed before them.
Mark 9:5And answering Petros says to Iēsous: Rabbi, it is good we are here, and let us make three shelters, one for you and one for Mōsēs and one for Ēlias.
Mark 10:28Petros began to be saying to him: Behold we have left everything and have followed you.
Mark 11:21And Petros having remembered says to him: Rabbi, Behold the fig tree that you cursed has withered.
Mark 13:3And when he sat on the Mount of Olives opposite the temple Petros and Iakōbos and Iōannēs asked him privately:
Mark 14:29But Petros said to him: If indeed they may all be scattered, but not I.
Mark 14:33And he took Petros and Iakōbos and Iōannēs with him, and he began to be distressed and troubled,
Mark 14:37And he comes and finds them sleeping, and he says to Petros: Simōn, do you sleep? Are you not strong enough to watch one hour?
Mark 14:54And Petros followed him from afar until outside the courtyard of the chief-priests, and was sitting together with the servants and warming himself before the fire.
Mark 14:66And Petros being below in the courtyard, one of the servants of the chief priest comes,
Mark 14:67and having seen Petros warming himself, having fixed her gaze on him she says: You also were with the Nazarene Iēsous.
Mark 14:70But he again denied it. And after a little those standing by again were saying to him: Truly you are among them, for you are also a Galilean.
Mark 14:72And straightway the cock crowed a second time. And Petros was minded of the word as Iēsous said to him that: Before the cock crows twice you shall thrice betray me; and having fallen upon this thought he wept.
Mark 16:7But be departing, tell his disciples, especially Petros, that he goes before them into Galilaia. There you will see him just as he said to you.
Luke 5:8But when Simōn Petros saw this he fell before Iēsous on his knees saying: Depart from me, for I am a sinful man, Lord.
Luke 6:14Simōn, which also he named Petros, and Andreas his brother, and Iakōbos and Iōannēs, and Phillipos and Bartholomaios,
Luke 8:45And Iēsous said: Who is the one having grasped me? But all denying it, Petros said: Master, the crowds come together and press upon us.
Luke 8:51So when he came into the house he did not permit any to go in with him except Petros and Iōannēs and Iakōbos, and the father and mother of the child.
Luke 9:20So he says to them: But who do you say I am? But Petros answering said: The Christ of God.
Luke 9:28But it came to pass after these words it was about the eighth day, and taking Petros and Iōannēs and Iakōbos he went up to the mountain to pray.
Luke 9:32But Petros and those with him were weighed down with sleep. But having kept awake they saw his glory and that of the two men having stood with him.
Luke 9:33And it came to pass while they were going away from him, Petros said to Iēsous: Master, it is good we are here, and let us make three shelters, one for you and one for Mōsēs and one for Elia, not knowing what he says.
Luke 12:41But Petros said to him: Lord, do you say to us this parable or to all?
Luke 18:28But Petros said: Behold having left our own things we have followed you.
Luke 22:8And he sent Petros and Iōannēs saying: Having gone prepare for us the passover in order that we may eat it.
Luke 22:34But he said: I say to you, Petros, The cock will not cry today until thrice you will deny knowing me.
Luke 22:54Now having seized him they brought and led him into the house of the chief priest, but Petros followed afar off.
Luke 22:55Now a fire being kindled in the midst of the courtyard and others having sat down, Petros sat in their midst.
Luke 22:58And after a little others having seen him said: You also are among them. But Petros said: Person, I am not.
Luke 22:60But Petros said: Person, I do not know what you say. And immediately while he was speaking the cock cried out.
Luke 22:61And having turned the Lord fixed his gaze on Petros. And Petros remembered the word of the Lord, as he said to him that — before the cock cries out today you will deny me thrice.
Luke 22:62And having gone out he wept bitterly.
Luke 24:12But Petros having stood ran to the tomb, and having peeked in sees the grave clothes lying only, and he departed to him marveling at what had come to pass.
John 1:40Andreas the brother of Simōn Petros was one of the two who heard from Iōannēs and followed him.
John 1:42He brought him to Iēsous. Having looked upon him, Iēsous said: You are Simōn the son of Jonas, you shall be called Cephas, which is translated: Petros.
John 1:44Now Phillipos was from Bethsaida, out of the city of Andreas and Petros.
John 6:8One of his disciples, Andreas the brother of Simōn Petros, says to him:
John 6:68Simōn Petros answered him: Lord, towards whom will we depart? You have words of eternal zōē-life.
John 13:6He comes to Simōn Petros; he says to him: Lord, do you wash my feet?
John 13:8Petros says to him: You will not wash my feet to eternity. Iēsous answered him: If I do not wash you, you have no part with me.
John 13:9Simōn Petros says to him: Lord, not only my feet but also my hands and head!
John 13:24Simōn Petros therefore beckoned to this one to inquire of whom he speaks about.
John 13:36Simōn Petros says to him: Lord, where do you go? Iēsous answered: Where I go you are not now able to follow, but you follow later.
John 13:37Petros says to him: Lord, why am I not able to follow you now? I will give my psuchē-life in your behalf.
John 18:10Simōn Petros therefore, having a sword, drew it out and struck the chief-priest’s slave and cut off his right ear. Now the slave’s name was Malchos.
John 18:11Iēsous therefore said to Petros: Put the sword in the sheath. The cup that the father has given me, will I not drink it?
John 18:15Now Simōn Petros and the other disciple followed Iēsous into the courtyard of the chief-priest. And that disciple was known to the chief-priest, and he went in with Iēsous into the courtyard of the chief-priest.
John 18:16Now Petros stood outside facing the door. The other disciple, the one known to the chief-priest, went out and spoke to the maid doorkeeper, and brought in Petros.
John 18:17Therefore the maid doorkeeper says to Petros: You’re not also one of the disciples of this person, are you? He says: I am not.
John 18:18Now the slaves and the officers stood around, having made a charcoal fire, because it was cold, and they warmed themselves. Now Petros was also standing with them and warming himself.
John 18:25Now Simōn Petros was standing and warming himself. They said therefore to him: You aren’t also one of his disciples, are you? That one denied and said: I am not.
John 18:26One of the slaves of the chief-priest, being kinsman of whom Petros cut off his ear, says: Did I not see you in the garden with him?
John 18:27Again therefore Petros denied it, and right away the cock crowed.
John 20:2She runs therefore and comes to Simōn Petros and to the other disciple whom Iēsous was philia-loving, and says to them: They have taken the lord from the tomb, and we do not know where they placed him.
John 20:3Petros and the other disciple therefore went out, and were coming to the tomb.
John 20:4Now the two ran together, and the other disciple ran before faster than Petros, and came first to the tomb,
John 20:6Simōn Petros also comes following him, and entered into the tomb, and he sees the linen lying,
John 21:2There were together Simōn Petros and Thōmas the one being called Didymus and Nathanaēl the one from Kana of Galilaia and the sons of Zebedaios and two others of his disciples.
John 21:3Simōn Petros says to them: I go to be fishing. They say to him: We also come with you. They went out and embarked into the boat, and in that night they caught nothing.
John 21:7The disciple whom Iēsous agapē-loved therefore says to Petros: It is the lord. Simōn Petros therefore having heard that it is the lord, put on his outer garment, for he was naked, and threw himself into the sea.
John 21:11Simōn Petros went up and pulled the net onto the land full of large fish, one hundred fifty three. And being so many fish it didn’t tear the net.
John 21:15When therefore they had eaten breakfast, Iēsous says to Simōn Petros: Simōn son of Iōannēs, do you agapē-love me more than these? He says to them: Yes, Lord, you know that I philia-love you. He says to him: Be tending my lambs.
John 21:17He says to him the third time: Simōn son of Iōannēs, do you philia-love me? Petros was grieved because he said to him the third time: Do you philia-love me? And he said to him: You know everything, you know that I philia-love you. Iēsous says to him: Be tending my sheep.
John 21:20Petros turning sees the disciple whom Iēsous agapē-loved following, who also reclined at dinner upon his breast and said: Lord, who is the one delivering you up?
John 21:21Petros therefore seeing this one says to Iēsous: Lord, but what about this one?
Acts 1:13And when they went in, they went up into the upper room where they were staying, who were Petros and Iōannēs and Iakōbos and Andreas, Phillipos and Thōmas , Bartholomaios and Maththaios, Iakōbos son of Alphaius and Simōn the Zealot and Ioudas [son] of Iakōbos.
Acts 1:15And in these days Petros having stood in the midst of the brothers, the crowd from report was altogether about a hundred twenty, said:
Acts 2:14But Petros therefore standing with the eleven, he lifted up his voice and addressed them: Ioudaian men and all those dwelling in Hierosoluma, let this be known to you and attend to my words.
Acts 2:37Now having heard this they were pierced to the heart, and said to Petros and the rest of the apostles: What should we do, men brothers?
Acts 2:38So Petros said to them, Repent and be baptized each of you upon the name of Iēsous Christ to the forgiveness of your sins, and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.
Acts 3:1Now Petros and Iōannēs were going up to the temple upon the ninth hour of prayer.
Acts 3:3who having seen Petros and Iōannēs about to be entering asked to receive mercy.
Acts 3:4Now Petros having looked intently to him with Iōannēs he said, Look to us.
Acts 3:6But Petros said: Silver and gold we do not possess, but what I have, this I give to you: In the name of Iēsous Christ the Nazarene be walking.
Acts 3:11Now while he held Petros and Iōannēs all the people ran to them upon the portico being called Portico of Solomōn, utterly astonished.
Acts 3:12Now Petros, having seen, answered the crowd: Hierosoluma men, Why do you marvel upon this or why do you fix your gaze on us as though by our own power or piety we have made him to be walking?
Acts 4:8And then Petros having been filled of the Holy Spirit said to them: Rulers and elders of the people,
Acts 4:13Now seeing the boldness of Petros and Iōannēs, and understanding that they are unlettered and unskilled people, they were marveling, and they were knowing that they were with Iēsous,
Acts 4:19But Petros and Iōannēs answering said to them: If it is just before God, to be hearing you rather than God, you judge.
Acts 5:3But Petros said: Ananaias, why has Satan filled your heart for you to lie to the Holy Spirit and to keep back from the price of the field?
Acts 5:8So Petros answered to her: Tell me, if the field rendered this much. Now she said: Yes, this much.
Acts 5:9So Petros said to her: Why was it agreed to you both to test the spirit of the Lord? Behold the feet of those having buried your husband are upon the door and they will carry you out.
Acts 5:15so that they were even bringing the feeble into the streets and placing them upon mattresses and pallets, in order that when Petros comes his shadow overshadow any of them.
Acts 5:29But Petros and the apostles answering said: It is necessary to be obeying God rather than people.
Acts 8:14Now the apostles in Hierosoluma having heard that Samaria received the word of God, they sent to them Petros and Iōannēs,
Acts 8:20But Petros said to him: Your silver might be with you to destruction, because of your having thought the gift of God to be acquired through money.
Acts 9:32Now it came to pass Petros, having been going around through all, also went to the holy ones dwelling in Lydda.
Acts 9:34And Petros said to him: Ainea, Iēsous Christ heals you. Arise and make your bed yourself.
Acts 9:38Now Lydda being near to Joppa, the disciples having heard that Petros is in it, they sent two men to him commanding: You should not hesitate to come to us.
Acts 9:39So Petros having arisen came to them; who having arrived, they brought him to the upper chamber. And there stood by him all the widows weeping and showing tunics and garments, as many as Dorcas made while being with them.
Acts 9:40So Petros, having put them all outside and having knelt, he prayed, and having turned to the body he said: Tabitha, arise. So she opened her eyes, and having seen Petros she sat up.
Acts 10:5And now send men to Joppa and send for a certain Simōn who is called Petros.
Acts 10:9Now on the morrow, while those men were journeying and drawing near to the city, Petros went up on the roof to pray around the sixth hour.
Acts 10:13And a voice came to pass to him: Having arisen, Petros, kill and eat.
Acts 10:14But Petros said: By no means, Lord, for I have never eaten everything common and unclean.
Acts 10:17Now as Petros was greatly perplexed in himself what the vision which he saw might be, behold the men sent by Cornelius, having asked for the house of Simōn, stood at the gateway,
Acts 10:18and having called, they inquired if Simōn called Petros stays here.
Acts 10:19Now while Petros was pondering concerning the dream, the spirit said: Behold three men seeking you
Acts 10:21So Petros having come down to the men said: Behold I am whom you seek; what is the reason for which you are present?
Acts 10:23Having invited them in, therefore, he stayed. But on the morrow, having arisen, he went with them, and some of the brothers from Joppa went with him.
Acts 10:25Now as it came to pass that Petros came in, having met him, Cornelius having fallen at his feet worshipped him.
Acts 10:26But Petros raised him saying: Arise, for I myself am a person.
Acts 10:32Send therefore to Joppa and summon Simōn who is called Petros; this one stays in the house of Simōn the tanner by the sea.
Acts 10:34So Petros having opened his mouth said: In truth do I understand that God is not a shower-of-partiality,
Acts 10:44While Petros was speaking these words, the Holy Spirit fell upon all those hearing his word.
Acts 10:45And the believers of the circumcision, as many as were gathered with Petros, were astonished, that the gift of the Holy Spirit is poured out upon the nations also.
Acts 10:46For they were hearing them speaking in tongues and praising God. Then Petros answered:
Acts 11:2So when Petros went up to Hierosoluma, those of the circumcision disputed with him,
Acts 11:4So having begun Petros was explaining to them point by point saying:
Acts 11:7Now I also heard a voice saying to me: Having arisen, Petros, kill and eat.
Acts 11:13So he reported to us how he saw the angel in his house having stood and having said: Send to Joppa and summon Simōn the one called Petros,
Acts 12:3So seeing that it is pleasing to the Jews, he granted that Petros also be arrested — now they were the days of the feast of the unleavened bread —
Acts 12:5Petros on the one hand therefore was kept in the prison, but on the other hand earnest prayer was coming to pass by the assembly to God concerning him.
Acts 12:6Now when Herodēs was about to bring him out, in that night Petros was falling asleep, bound with two chains between two soldiers, and guards before the door were keeping the prison.
Acts 12:7And behold an angel of the Lord stood by, and light shone in the cell, and having struck Petros’s side he roused him saying: Arise in haste. And his chains fell from his hands.
Acts 12:11And Petros having come to himself said: Now I truly know that the Lord sent out his angel and took me out of the hand of Herodēs and of all the expectations of the people of the Jews.
Acts 12:13Now when he knocked on the door of the gateway a maid-servant, Rhoda by name, came to answer,
Acts 12:14and having recognized Petros’s voice, from joy she did not open the door, but having run in reported that Petros stood before the door.
Acts 12:16Now Petros was waiting knocking, so having opened, they saw him and were astonished.
Acts 12:18Now when day came to pass there was not little consternation among the soldiers, what then came of Petros.
Acts 15:7Now much debate having come to pass, Petros having stood said to them: Men, brothers, you were persuaded that from the ancient days God chose among you, the nations, to hear through my mouth the word of the good-news and to believe.
Gal 1:18Then after three years I went up to Hierosoluma to introduce myself to Cephas, and I remained with him fifteen days.
Gal 2:7but on the contrary seeing that I am entrusted the good-news of the uncircumcision just as Petros of the circumcision —
Gal 2:8for the one having worked in Petros for the apostleship of the circumcision also worked in me for the nations —
Gal 2:11But when Petros came to Antioch, I withstood him to the face, because he was condemned.
Gal 2:14But when I saw that they do not walk uprightly with the truth of the good-news, I said to Cephas before all: If you being a Jew zōē-live as Gentile and not as Jew, how do you compel the nations to Judaize?
1Pet 1:1Peter, apostle of Iēsous Christ to the chosen sojourners of the dispersion in Pontus, Galatia, Capadocia, Asia and Bithynia,
2Pet 1:1Simon Petros, slave and apostle of Iēsous Christ to those having obtained equally valuable faith by the justness of our God and savior Iēsous Christ,

 PETRŌDĒS/πετρώδης (adj) 

[BDAG]:

  1. Pertaining to rocky area with little topsoil, rocky, stony

All occurrences of PETRŌDĒS/πετρώδης in the NT:
Strong#: 4075
Occurrences: 4

Matt 13:5On the other hand some fell on the rocky soil where it did not have much earth, and immediately it sprang up because of not having depth of earth;
Matt 13:20And what was sown on the rocky soil, this is the one hearing the word and immediately receives it with joy,
Mark 4:5And other seed fell upon the rocky places, where it was not having much soil, and immediately it sprang up because it was not having depth of earth.
Mark 4:16And these being sown upon the rocky places are likewise, which when they hear the word, immediately they receive it with joy.