New Testament

ZĒMIOŌ/ζημιόω: lose

 ZĒMIA/ζημία (noun) 

[BDAG]:

  1. in our literature only having to do with suffering the loss of something, with implication of sustaining hardship or suffering, damage, disadvantage, loss, forfeit

All occurrences of ZĒMIA/ζημία in the NT:
Strong#: 2209
Occurrences: 4

Acts 27:10saying to them: Men, I behold that with hardship and much loss not only of cargo and of ship but also of our psuchē-lives is the voyage about to be.
Acts 27:21And there having been much absence of food, then having stood in their midst Paul said: It was necessary, O men, having been obedient to me, not to go up from Crete to avoid both this hardship and loss.
Phil 3:7But what things were gain to me, these things I reckon loss on account of Christ.
Phil 3:8But indeed I truly reckon everything to be a loss on account of the surpassingness of the knowledge of Christ Iēsous my Lord, on account of whom I lost everything, and reckon it all loss in order that I gain Christ,

 ZĒMIOŌ/ζημιόω (verb) 

[BDAG]:

  1. to experience the loss of something, with implication of undergoing hardship or suffering, suffer damage/loss, forfeit, sustain injury
  2. be punished

All occurrences of ZĒMIOŌ/ζημιόω in the NT:
Strong#: 2210
Occurrences: 6

Matt 16:26For how will a person be profited if he should gain the whole world and forfeit his own psuchē-life? Or what will a person give in exchange for his psuchē-life?
Mark 8:36For what does it profit a person to gain the whole world and forfeit his psuchē-life?
Luke 9:25For what does it profit a person having gained the whole world but having lost or forfeited himself?
1Cor 3:15If any work is burnt up, he will suffer loss, but he himself will be saved, but thus as through fire.
2Cor 7:9now I rejoice, not that you were pained, but that you were pained to repentance. For you were pained according to God, in order that you suffer loss from us in nothing.
Phil 3:8But indeed I truly reckon everything to be a loss on account of the surpassingness of the knowledge of Christ Iēsous my Lord, on account of whom I lost everything, and reckon it all loss in order that I gain Christ,