keleusma: a shout of commandOriginal Word: κέλευσμα, ατος, τόPart of Speech:
a word of command, a callDefinition:
a word of command, a call, an arousing outcry.
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a shout of commandNASB Translation
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 2752: κέλευσμακέλευσμα
), from Aeschylus
down, an order, command, specifically, a stimulating cry,
either that by which animals are roused and urged on by man, as horses by charioteers, hounds by hunters, etc., or that by which a signal is given to men, e. g. to rowers by the master of a ship (Lucian
, tyr. or catapl. c. 19), to soldiers by a commander (Thucydides
2, 92; Proverbs 24:62<10> ()): ἐν κελεύσματι, with a loud summons, a trumpet-call, 1 Thessalonians 4:16.<1>
a shout or command
From keleuo; a cry of incitement -- shout.
see GREEK keleuo