noutheteó: to admonish, exhortOriginal Word: νουθετέωPart of Speech:
I admonish, warn, counselDefinition:
I admonish, warn, counsel, exhort.
3560 nouthetéō (from 3563 /noús, "mind" and 5087 /títhēmi, "to place") – properly, to place the mind, i.e. reasoning with someone by warning (admonishing) them.
3560 /nouthetéō ("admonish through instruction") especially appeals to the mind, supplying doctrinal and spiritual substance (content). This "exerts positive pressure" on someone's logic (reasoning), i.e. urging them to choose (turn to) God's best.
[This root (nouthe-) does not strictly mean "chastise," though this can be involved – i.e. with needed admonishing, correcting, exhortation, etc.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to admonish, exhortNASB Translation
admonish (5), admonishing (2), give...instruction (1).