anakephalaioó: to sum up, gather upOriginal Word: ἀνακεφαλαιόωPart of Speech:
I sum up, summarize, recapitulate, gather up in oneDefinition:
I sum up, summarize, recapitulate, gather up in one.
346 anakephalaíomai (from 303 /aná, "up," intensifying 2775 /kephalaióō, "bring to a head, recapitulate") – properly, head-up, summing up all the parts as a comprehensive (organized) whole.
346 /anakephalaíomai ("recapitulate") shows the head as the "organizing center," causing all the parts to work together in harmony.
[R. Lenski denies that the root of 346 (anakephalaíomai) means "head" (kephalē), and prefers kephalaion ("sum") which comes to the same basic meaning. Note that Christ (Eph 1:10) and love (Ro 13:9) relate both to the sum and the head (i.e. both realities).]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to sum up, gather upNASB Translation
summed (1), summing (1).