ekkoptó: to cut off, cut down, cut out, fig. to frustrateOriginal Word: ἐκκόπτωPart of Speech:
I cut out, cut offDefinition:
I cut out (off, away), remove, prevent.
1581 ekkóptō (from 1537 /ek, "out from and to" and 2875 /kóptō, "cut") – properly, cut off (out) and left to the inevitable outcome: (figuratively) entirely remove (cut off), emphasizing complete detachment (removal, severance).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to cut off, cut down, cut out, fig. to frustrateNASB Translation
cut...off (5), cut down (5).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1581: ἐκκόπτωἐκκόπτω
: future ἐκκόψω
; 1 aorist imperative ἔκκοψον
, subjunctive ἐκκόψω
; (passive, present ἐκκόπτομαι
); 2 aorist ἐξεκοπην
; 2 future ἐκκοπήσομαι
; to cut out, cut off
a. properly: of a tree, Matthew 3:10; Matthew 7:19; Luke 3:9; Luke 13:7, 9 (Herodotus 9, 97, etc.); a hand, an eye: Matthew 5:30; Matthew 18:8 (τόν ὀφθυλμον, Demosthenes, p. 744 (13) 17); passive ἐκ τίνος, a branch from a tree, Romans 11:22, 24.
b. figuratively: τήν ἀφορμήν, to cut off occasion, 2 Corinthians 11:12 (τήν ἐλπίδα, Job 19:10). In 1 Peter 3:7 read ἐγκόπτεσθαι; see ἐγκόπτω.<1>
cut down, cut out, hew down, hinder.
From ek and kopto; to exscind; figuratively, to frustrate -- cut down (off, out), hew down, hinder.
see GREEK ek
see GREEK kopto