tribos: a beaten track, a pathOriginal Word: τρίβος, ου, ἡPart of Speech:
a worn path, beaten wayDefinition:
a worn path, beaten way, road, highway.
5147 tríbos (from tribō, "to rub") – properly, a rut (path) formed by rubbing (constant use); (figuratively) the "route" established by the Lord, where people can best know Him. This is also a regular path that all saints must travel in their spiritual journey (romance) of knowing God. It is the "road of faith," which God equally extends to all people, so all can know Him for who He really is (personally grasping His attributes, cf. Mal 3:6; Heb 13:8).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from tribó (to rub, thresh out)Definition
a beaten track, a pathNASB Translation
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5147: τρίβοςτρίβος
to rub), a worn way, a path
: Matthew 3:3
; Mark 1:3
; Luke 3:4
, from Isaiah 40:3
hymn. Merc. 448; Herodotus
, others; the Sept.
From tribo (to "rub"; akin to teiro, truo, and the base of tragos, trauma); a rut or worn track -- path.
see GREEK tragos
see GREEK trauma