anatrephó: to nurse up, nourishOriginal Word: ἀνατρέφωPart of Speech:
I rear, bring upDefinition:
I rear, bring up, nourish, educate.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to nurse up, nourishNASB Translation
brought (1), nurtured (2).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 397: ἀνατρέφωἀνατρέφω
: 2 aorist passive ἀνετράφην
; perfect passive participle ἀνατεθραμμένος
; 1 aorist middle ἀνεθρεψάμην
; to nurse up, nourish up
); properly, of young children and animals nourished to promote their growth (Xenophon
, mem. 4, 3, 10, etc.; Wis. 7:4); to bring up
: Luke 4:16 T WH
marginal reading; Acts 7:20
f; with the predominant idea of forming the mind, Acts 22:3
(4 Macc. 10:2, and often in Greek writings). Cf. Winer
's De verb. comp. etc. Part iii., p. 4.<1>
bring up, nourish.
From ana and trepho; to rear (physically or mentally) -- bring up, nourish (up).
see GREEK ana
see GREEK trepho