1844. exorkizó
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exorkizó: to administer an oath, to adjure
Original Word: ἐξορκίζω
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: exorkizó
Phonetic Spelling: (ex-or-kid'-zo)
Short Definition: I adjure, put to oath
Definition: I adjure, put to oath; I exorcise.

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1844 eksorkízō (from 1537 /ek, "completely out from," intensifying 3726 /horkízō, "adjure") – properly, to adjure, putting someone under strict oath (used only in Mt 26:63).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from ek and horkizó
to administer an oath, to adjure
NASB Translation
adjure (1).

STRONGS NT 1844: ἐξορκίζω


1. to exact an oath, to force to an oath (Demosthenes, Polybius, Apollod., Diodorus, Plutarch, others), for which the earlier Greeks used ἐξορκόω (cf. Winer's Grammar, 102 (97)).

2. to adjure: τινα κατά τίνος, one by a person (cf. κατά, I. 2 a.), followed by ἵνα (Buttmann, 237 (205)), Matthew 26:63; (Genesis 24:3).


From ek and horkizo; to exact an oath, i.e. Conjure -- adjure.

see GREEK ek

see GREEK horkizo

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