blastanó: to sprout, produceOriginal Word: βλαστάνωPart of Speech:
I sprout, cause to sprout, make to grow upDefinition:
intrans: I sprout; trans: I cause to sprout, make to grow up.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from a prim. root blast-Definition
to sprout, produceNASB Translation
budded (1), produced (1), sprouted (1), sprouts (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 985: βλαστάνωβλαστάνω
, 3 person singular present subjunctive βλαστᾷ
from the form βλαστάω
, Mark 4:27 L T Tr WH
, 55 (48); (Ecclesiastes 2:6
, sim. 4, 1f [ET])); 1 aorist ἐβλάστησα
s Grammar, 84 (80); (Buttmann
, the passage cited));
1. intransitively, to sprout, bud, put forth leaves: Mark 4:27; Matthew 13:26; Hebrews 9:4; (Numbers 17:8; Joel 2:22, etc.; in Greek writings from Pindar down).
2. in later Greek writings transitively, to produce: τόν καρπόν, James 5:18. (Genesis 1:11, etc.)<1>
bring forth, bud, spring up.
From blastos (a sprout); to germinate; by implication, to yield fruit -- bring forth, bud, spring (up).