throeó: to be troubledOriginal Word: θροέωPart of Speech:
I disturb, agitateDefinition:
I disturb, agitate; pass: I am troubled, alarmed.
2360 throéō (from throos, "clamor, tumult") – properly, unsettled (thrown into confusion, WS, 953); (figuratively) troubled (disturbed), wanting to "cry aloud, to scream (passive) because terrified" (WP, 1, 189); thrown into an "emotional uproar," i.e. very upset (alarmed, startled).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from throos (a noise, tumult)Definition
to be troubledNASB Translation
disturbed (1), frightened (2).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 2360: θροέωθροέω
clamor, tumult); in Greek writings to cry aloud, make a noise by outcry
; in the N. T. to trouble, frighten
; passive present θρωυμαι to be troubled in mind, to be frightened, alarmed
: Matthew 24:6
, 243 (209)); Mark 13:7
; 2 Thessalonians 2:2
; (1 aorist participle θροηθεντες
, Luke 24:37 Tr
marginal reading WH
marginal reading). (Song of Solomon 5:4
From threomai to wail; to clamor, i.e. (by implication) to frighten -- trouble.