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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words [1]

1: Κρεμάννυμι (Strong'S #2910 — Verb — kremannumi — krem-an'-noo-mee )

is used (a) transitively in  Acts 5:30;  10:39; in the Passive Voice, in  Matthew 18:6 , of a millstone about a neck, and in  Luke 23:39 , of the malefactors; (b) intransitively, in the Middle Voice, in  Matthew 22:40 , of the dependence of "the Law and the prophets" (i.e., that which they enjoin) upon the one great principle of love to God and one's neighbor (as a door "hangs" on a hinge, or as articles "hang" on a nail); in  Acts 28:4 , of the serpent "hanging" from Paul's hand; in  Galatians 3:13 the word is used in a quotation from the Sept. of   Deuteronomy 21:23 .

2: Ἐκκρεμάννυμι (Strong'S #1582 — Verb — ekkremannumi — ek-krem'-am-ahee )

"to hang from, or upon" (ek, and No. 1), is used in the Middle Voice (ekkremamai) metaphorically in  Luke 19:48 , RV, "(the people all) "hung" upon (Him, listening)," AV, "were very attentive." In the Sept.,  Genesis 44:30 .

3: Παρίημι (Strong'S #3935 — Verb — pariemi — par-ee'-ay-mi )

signifies (a) "to disregard, leave alone, leave undone,"  Luke 11:42 (some mss. have aphiemi, here); (b) "to relax, loosen," and, in the Passive Voice, "to be relaxed, exhausted," said of hands that "hang" down in weakness,   Hebrews 12:12 .

4: Περίκειμαι (Strong'S #4029 — Verb — perikeimai — per-ik'-i-mahee )

signifies "to lie round" (peri, "around," keimai, "to lie"); then, "to be hanged round," said of "a great millstone" (lit., "a millstone turned by an ass"),  Mark 9:42 , RV, and marg., to be "hung" round the neck of him who causes one of Christ's "little ones" to stumble; in  Luke 17:2 , "a millstone." See Bound (to be).

5: Ἀπάγχω (Strong'S #519 — Verb — apancho — ap-ang'-khom-ahee )

signifies "to strangle;" in the Middle Voice, to "hang" oneself  Matthew 27:5 . In the Sept. it is said of Ahithophel ( 2—Samuel 17:23 ).

King James Dictionary [2]

HANG, pret. and pp. hanged or hung.

1. To suspend to fasten to some fixed object above, in such a manner as to swing or move as, to hang a thief. Pharaoh hanged the chief baker. Hence, 2. To put to death by suspending by the neck.

Many men would rebel, rather than be ruined but they would rather not rebel than be hanged.

3. To place without any solid support or foundation.

He hangeth the earth upon nothing.  Job 36

4. To fix in such a manner as to be movable as, to hang a door or grate on hooks or by butts. 5. To cover or furnish by any thing suspended or fastened to the walls as, to hang an apartment with curtains or with pictures.

Hung by the heavens with black--

And hung thy holy roofs with savage spoils.

To hang out, to suspend in open view to display to exhibit to notice as, to hang out false colors.

1. To hang abroad to suspend in the open air.

hang over, to project or cause to project above.

To hang down, to let fall below the proper situation to bend down to decline as, to hand down the head, and elliptically, to hang the head.

To hang up, to suspend to place on something fixed on high.

1. To suspend to keep or suffer to remain undecided as, to hang up a question in debate.

HANG, To be suspended to be sustained by something above, so as to swing or be movable below.

1. To dangle to be loose and flowing below. 2. To bend forward or downward to lean or incline.

His neck obliquely o'er his shoulder hung.

3. To float to play.

And fall those sayings from that gentle tongue,

Where speech and soft persuasion hung.

4. To be supported by something raised above the ground as a hanging garden on the top of a house. 5. To depend to rest on something for support. This question hangs on a single point. 6. To rest on by embracing to cling to as, to hang on the neck of a person.

Two infants hanging on her neck.

7. To hover to impend with over.

View the dangers that hang over the country.

8. To be delayed to linger.

A noble stroke he lifted high,

Which hung not.

9. To incline to have a steep declivity as hanging grounds. 10. To be executed by the halter.

Sir Balaam hangs.

To hang fire, in the military art, is to be slow in communicating, as fire in the pan of a gun to the charge.

To hang on, to adhere to, often as something troublesome and unwelcome.

A cheerful temper dissipates the apprehensions which hang on the timorous.

1. To adhere obstinately to be importunate. 2. To rest to reside to continue. 3. To be dependent on.

How wretched

Is that poor man that hangs on princes' favors!

4. In seamen's language, to hold fast without belaying to pull forcibly.

To hang in doubt, to be in suspense, or in a state of uncertainty.

Thy life shall hang in doubt before thee.  Deuteronomy 28

hang together, to be closely united to cling.

In the common cause we are all of a piece we hang together.

1. To be just united, so as barely to hold together.

To hang on or upon, to drag to be incommodiously jointed.

Life hangs upon me and becomes a burden.

To hang to, to adhere closely to cling.

HANG, n. A sharp declivity.

Webster's Dictionary [3]

(1): ( v. t.) To prevent from reaching a decision, esp. by refusing to join in a verdict that must be unanimous; as, one obstinate juror can hang a jury.

(2): ( v. i.) Of a ball: To rebound unexpectedly or unusually slowly, due to backward spin on the ball or imperfections of ground.

(3): ( n.) A sharp or steep declivity or slope.

(4): ( v. i.) To paste, as paper hangings, on the walls of a room.

(5): ( v. i.) To fit properly, as at a proper angle (a part of an implement that is swung in using), as a scythe to its snath, or an ax to its helve.

(6): ( n.) The manner in which one part or thing hangs upon, or is connected with, another; as, the hang of a scythe.

(7): ( v. i.) To be undetermined or uncertain; to be in suspense; to linger; to be delayed.

(8): ( v. i.) To slope down; as, hanging grounds.

(9): ( v. i.) To lean or incline; to incline downward.

(10): ( n.) Connection; arrangement; plan; as, the hang of a discourse.

(11): ( v. i.) To suspend; to fasten to some elevated point without support from below; - often used with up or out; as, to hang a coat on a hook; to hang up a sign; to hang out a banner.

(12): ( v. i.) To fasten in a manner which will allow of free motion upon the point or points of suspension; - said of a pendulum, a swing, a door, gate, etc.

(13): ( v. i.) To be, or be like, a suspended weight.

(14): ( v. i.) To put to death by suspending by the neck; - a form of capital punishment; as, to hang a murderer.

(15): ( v. i.) To cover, decorate, or furnish by hanging pictures trophies, drapery, and the like, or by covering with paper hangings; - said of a wall, a room, etc.

(16): ( v. i.) To hover; to impend; to appear threateningly; - usually with over; as, evils hang over the country.

(17): ( v. i.) To hold or bear in a suspended or inclined manner or position instead of erect; to droop; as, he hung his head in shame.

(18): ( v. i.) To be suspended or fastened to some elevated point without support from below; to dangle; to float; to rest; to remain; to stay.

(19): ( v. i.) To be fastened in such a manner as to allow of free motion on the point or points of suspension.

(20): ( v. i.) To die or be put to death by suspension from the neck.

(21): ( v. i.) To hold for support; to depend; to cling; - usually with on or upon; as, this question hangs on a single point.