pateó: to tread or tread onOriginal Word: πατέωPart of Speech:
I tread, trample uponDefinition:
I tread, trample upon.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from patos (trodden)Definition
to tread or tread onNASB Translation
trampled under (1), tread (1), tread under foot (1), treads (1), trodden (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3961: πατέωπατέω
; future πατήσω
; passive, present participle πατουμενος
; 1 aorist ἐπατήθην
; from Pindar
down; the Sept.
, etc.; to tread,
i. e., a. to trample, crush with the feet
: τήν ληνόν
, Revelation 14:20
; Revelation 19:15
; Nehemiah 13:15
; Jeremiah 31:33<10> (); Lamentations 1:15).
b. to advance by setting foot upon, tread upon: ἐπάνω ὄφεων καί σκορπίων καί ἐπί πᾶσαν τήν δύναμιν τοῦ ἐχθροῦ, to encounter successfully the greatest perils from the machinations and persecutions with which Satan would fain thwart the preaching of the gospel, Luke 10:19 (cf. Psalm 90:13<10> ()). 10>
c. to tread underfoot, trample on, i. e. treat with insult and contempt: to desecrate the holy city by devastation and outrage, Luke 21:24; Revelation 11:2 (from Daniel 8:13); see καταπατέω. (Compare: καταπατέω, περιπατέω, ἐμπεριπατέω 10>
tread under foot.
From a derivative probably of paio (meaning a "path"); to trample (literally or figuratively) -- tread (down, under foot).
see GREEK paio