kraugé: an outcryOriginal Word: κραυγή, ῆς, ἡPart of Speech:
a shout, clamor, outcryDefinition:
(a) a shout, cry, clamor, (b) outcry, clamoring against another.
Cognate: 2906 kraugḗ (from 2896 /krázō, "cry out") – loud crying, done with pathos (great emotion); clamorous screaming (shrieking) that is extremely boisterous, like a wounded person emitting "unearthly" (non-human) types of sounds.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
an outcryNASB Translation
clamor (1), crying (2), shout (1), uproar (1), voice (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 2906: κραυγήκραυγή
; on its classical use see Schmidt
, Syn. i., chapter 3 § 4; from Euripides
down). The Sept.
, etc.; a crying, outcry, clamor
: Matthew 25:6
; Luke 1:42 T WH Tr
text; Acts 23:9
; Ephesians 4:31
, and R G
in Revelation 14:18
; of the wailing of those in distress, Hebrews 5:7
; Revelation 21:4
From krazo; an outcry (in notification, tumult or grief) -- clamour, cry(-ing).
see GREEK krazo