odunaó: to cause or suffer painOriginal Word: ὀδυνάωPart of Speech:
I torment, painDefinition:
I torment, pain; mid. and pass: I am tormented, pained; I suffer acute pain, physical or mental.
3600 odynáō (from 3601 /odýnē, "very painful sorrow") – properly, to experience intense emotional pain (WP, 2, 223), i.e. deep, personal anguish expressed by great mourning (LS). This root (ody-) literally means "go down" (as the sun in a sunset) and refers to consuming sorrow.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to cause or suffer painNASB Translation
agony (1), am in agony (1), anxiously (1), grieving (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3600: ὀδυνάωὀδυνάω
: present indicative passive ὀδυνῶμαι
; present indicative middle 2 person singular ὀδυνᾶσαι
), participle ὀδυνωμενος
); to cause intense pain
; passive to be in anguish, be tormented
: Luke 16:24
f; middle to torment or distress oneself
(A. V. to sorrow
), Luke 2:48
; ἐπί τίνι
, Acts 20:38
, others; the Sept.
From odune; to grieve -- sorrow, torment.
see GREEK odune