periaireó: to take away (that which surrounds)Original Word: περιαιρέωPart of Speech:
I strip off, cast offDefinition:
(a) I strip off, strip from, take away, (b) I cast off, cut adrift, cast loose.
4014 periairéō (from 4012 /perí, "all-around, encompassing" and 138 /hairéomai, "to take, separate") – properly, completely separate, remove totally (inclusively, comprehensively); leave behind entirely (in "all directions"; note the prefix, peri).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to take away (that which surrounds)NASB Translation
abandoned (1), casting off (1), take away (1), taken away (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 4014: περιαιρέωπεριαιρέω
: 2 aorist infinitive περιελεῖν
(participle plural περιελόντες
; passive, present 3 person singular περιαιρεῖται
); imperfect 3 person singular περιῃρεῖτο
; from Homer
down; the Sept.
chiefly for הֵסִיר
a. to take away that which surrounds or envelops a thing (cf. περί, III. 1): τό κάλυμμα, passive, 2 Corinthians 3:16 (πορφύραν, 2 Macc. 4:38; τόν δακτύλιον, Genesis 41:42; Josephus, Antiquities 19, 2, 3); ἀγκύρας, the anchors from both sides of the ship (R. V. casting off), Acts 27:40; (2 aorist participle, absolutely, in a nautical sense, to cast loose, Acts 28:13 WH (others περιελθόντες)).
b. metaphorically, to take away altogether or entirely: τάς ἁμαρτίας (with which one is, as it were, enveloped), the guilt of sin, i. e. to expiate perfectly, Hebrews 10:11; τήν ἐλπίδα, passive, Acts 27:20.<1>
STRONGS NT 4014a: περιάπτωπεριάπτω: 1 aorist participle περιαψας; (from Pindar down);
1. to bind or tie around, to put around (περί, III. 1); to hang upon, attach to.
2. to kindle a fire around (or thoroughly; see περικρύπτω, περικαλύπτω, περικρατής, περίλυπος, etc.) (Phalaris, epistle 5, p. 28): Luke 22:55 T WH Tr text<1> 1>
to cast off, take away
From peri and haireomai (including its alternate); to remove all around, i.e. Unveil, cast off (anchor); figuratively, to expiate -- take away (up).
see GREEK peri
see GREEK haireomai