ekphobos: terrifiedOriginal Word: ἔκφοβος, ονPart of Speech:
greatly terrified, horrified.
1630 ékphobos (an adjective, derived from 1537 /ek, "wholly out," intensifying 5401 /phóbos, "fear") – properly, wholly frightened (literally out of one's wits), i.e. with the outcome of becoming extremely fearful (affrighted, terrified); "exceedingly terrified" (A-S) with a deep fear; "sore afraid" (note the intensifying force of the prefix, ek).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
full of fear (1), terrified (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1630: ἔκφοβοςἔκφοβος
, stricken with fear or terror, exceedingly frightened, terrified
: Mark 9:6
; Hebrews 12:21
from Deuteronomy 9:19
, physiogn. 6 (p. 812b, 29); Plutarch
, Fab. 6.)<1>
frightened out of one's wits; sore afraid.
From ek and phobos; frightened out of one's wits: sore afraid, exceedingly fear.
see GREEK ek
see GREEK phobos