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Strong's #2352 - θραύω

Transliteration
thraúō
Phonetics
throw'-o
Origin
a root word
Parts of Speech
Verb
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  1. to break, break in pieces, shatter, smite through
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Strong #: 2648 ‑ חָפַז (khaw‑faz');  4127 ‑ מוּג (moog);  4272 ‑ מָחַץ (maw‑khats');  4549 ‑ מָסַס (maw‑sas');  5062 ‑ נָגַף (naw‑gaf');  5405 ‑ נָשַׁת (naw‑shath');  6087 ‑ עָצַב (aw‑tsab');  6206 ‑ עָרַץ (aw‑rats');  6555 ‑ פָּרַץ (paw‑rats');  7492 ‑ רָעַץ (raw‑ats');  7533 ‑ רָצַץ (raw‑tsats');  
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Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

θραύω,

impf. θραύεσκον Orph. L. 140: fut. -σω Ar. Av. 466: aor. 1 ἔθραυσα S. El. 745, E. HF 779 (lyr.): Pass., fut. θραυσθήσομαι Gal. 10.624: aor. ἐθραύσθην (v. infr.), (κατ-) Pl. Ti. 56e: pf. τέθραυσμαι Thphr. Sens. 11, (συν-) X. Ages. 2.14, (παρα-) Pl. Lg. 757e (v.l. -τεθραυμένον):

I break in pieces, shatter, Simon. 57, A. Pers. 196, 416, Tim. Pers. 99, etc.; θ. σάρκας E. Hipp. 1239: Pass., θραυομένης τῆς πέτρης flying into pieces, Hdt. 1.174; σίδηρον θραυσθέντα καὶ ῥαγέντα S. Ant. 476; πτερὰ θραύονται have their wings broken, Pl. Phdr. 248b.

II metaph., break down, enfeeble, μὴ θραύσαι (-σοι codd.) χρόνος ὄλβον Pi. O. 6.97, cf. E. HF 779 (lyr.); διάτορον σφραγῖδα θ. στόματος Tim. Pers. 160; ἔπος.., ὅ τι τὴν τούτων θραύσει ψυχήν Ar. Av. 466; θ. τὴν δύναμιν Plu. Alc. 23; ἐλπίδα, etc., Hdn. 3.2.2, etc.; θ. τι τῶν ἐκ χρόνου φυλασσομένων δικαίων Supp.Epigr. 1.329.45 (Istrus, i A.D.), cf. Onos. 32.10: Pass., πόθος θραυσθείς Asp. ap. Ath. 5.219e; θραυόμενος τὸν λογισμόν, Lat. animo fractus, Plu. Ant. 17; θραυσθῆναι ἐπί τινα to be grieved for.., LXX 1 Samuel 20:34. — Rare in Att. Prose.

Thayer's Expanded Definition

θραύω: perfect passive participle τεθραυσμένος; from (Herodotus), Aeschylus down, to break, break in pieces, shatter, smite through (Exodus 15:6; Numbers 24:17, etc.; 2 Macc. 15:16): τεθραύσμενοι, broken by calamity (A. V. bruised), Luke 4:18 (19) from Isaiah 58:6 for רְצוּצִים. (Synonym: see ῤήγνυμι.)


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Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

θραύω ,

[in LXX for 1,21 (Deuteronomy 28:33, Isaiah 42:4; Isaiah 58:6), etc.;]

to break in pieces, shatter; metaph., to break down: Luke 4:18 (LXX).†


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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

For the perf. part. pass. of this verb, which is found in Luke 4:18 (from LXX), cf. Syll 226.188 (iii/B.C.) τ ]εθραυσμένος : in ib. 588.27 (c. B.C. 180) we have ποτήρια παντοδαπὰ τεθραυμένα. See also for the verb ib. 891.8 (ii/A.D.) ἢ αἰκίσεται ἢ θραύσει ἤ τι μέρος ἢ σύμπαν, and Kaibel 1003, an inscr. on the left leg of Memnon, referring to the breaking of the stone by Cambyses—

ἔθραυσε Καμβύσης με τόνδε τὸν λίθον.

The verb is common in Vett. Val. with reference to the ";crushing"; of the power of evil etc., e.g. p. 276.7 θραύεται δὲ τὸ φαῦλον ὑπὸ τοῦ ἀγαθοῦ παρηγορούμενον, cf. Judith 9:10, and the subst. θραῦσμα in ib. 7.9. The verbal θραυστός occurs in an epigram of early i/B.C., P Tebt I. 3.4 θαυστά (l. θραυστά) unfortunately in a broken context.

 


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List of Word Forms
έθραυσε έθραυσεν εθραύσθη θραύειν θραύεσθε θραύσαι θραύσει θραυσθή θραυσθήσεται τεθραυσμένος τεθραυσμενους τεθραυσμένους tethrausmenous tethrausménous