Attentive

(archaic; 2Ch 6:40); a-tent’-iv: Expresses the direction of thought and interest toward some one point. Same Hebrew word as "attend," and is used particularly in prayers (Ps 130:2; Ne 1:6). "Very attentive" (Lu 19:48) is a paraphrase for what is literally rendered in the Revised Version (British and American), "the people all hung upon him, listening" exekremeto.