trachélizó: to take by the throat, to overthrowOriginal Word: τραχηλίζωPart of Speech:
I am laid bare, laid openDefinition:
I am laid bare, laid open.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to take by the throat, to overthrowNASB Translation
laid bare (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5136: τραχηλίζωτραχηλίζω
1. to seize and twist the neck or throat; used of combatants who handle thus their antagonists (Philo, Plutarch, Diogenes Laërt, others).
2. to bend back the neck of the victim to be slain, to lay bare or expose by bending back; hence, tropically, to lay bare, uncover, expose: perfect passive participle τετραχηλισμενος τίνι, laid bare, laid open, made manifest to one, Hebrews 4:13.<1>
From trachelos; to seize by the throat or neck, i.e. To expose the gullet of a victim for killing (generally, to lay bare) -- opened.
see GREEK trachelos