tiktó: to beget, bring forthOriginal Word: τίκτωPart of Speech:
I bear, bring forth, produceDefinition:
I bear, bring forth, produce, beget, yield.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from a prim. root tek-Definition
to beget, bring forthNASB Translation
bear (4), birth (1), born (2), brings forth (1), gave birth (5), give birth (4), gives birth (1), labor (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5088: τίκτωτίκτω
; future τέξομαι
; 2 aorist ἔτεκον
; 1 aorist passive ἐτέχθην
; from Homer
down; the Sept.
; to bring forth, bear, produce
(fruit from the seed); properly, of women giving birth: absolutely, Luke 1:57
, 267 (230)); ; John 16:21; Galatians 4:27; Hebrews 11:11 Rec.; Revelation 12:2, 4; υἱόν, Matthew 1:21, 23, 25; Luke 1:31; Luke 2:7; Revelation 12:5, 13; passive, Matthew 2:2; Luke 2:11; of the earth bringing forth its fruits: βοτάνην, Hebrews 6:7 (Euripides, Cycl. 333; Γαιαν, ἡ τά πάντα τίκτεται, Aeschylus Cho. 127; γῆς τῆς πάντα τικτούσης, Philo opif. m. § 45, who draws out at length the comparison of the earth to a mother). metaphorically, to bear, bring forth: ἁμαρτίαν, in the simile where ἡ ἐπιθυμία is likened to a female, James 1:15 (ἀρετήν, Plato, conv., p. 212 a.).<1>
bear, be born, bring forth
A strengthened form of a primary teko tek'-o (which is used only as alternate in certain tenses); to produce (from seed, as a mother, a plant, the earth, etc.), literally or figuratively -- bear, be born, bring forth, be delivered, be in travail.