2360. throeó
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throeó: to be troubled
Original Word: θροέω
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: throeó
Phonetic Spelling: (thro-eh'-o)
Short Definition: I disturb, agitate
Definition: I disturb, agitate; pass: I am troubled, alarmed.

HELPS word-Studies

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 Concordance
Word Origin
from throos (a noise, tumult)
to be troubled
NASB Translation
disturbed (1), frightened (2).

STRONGS NT 2360: θροέω

θροέω, θρόω: (θρως 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 (Buttmann, 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.

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