antipiptó: to fall against, strive againstOriginal Word: ἀντιπίπτωPart of Speech:
I fall foul of, resist, opposeDefinition:
I resist, oppose, fall against or upon.
496 antipíptō (from 473 /antí, "opposite, against" and 4098 /píptō, "fall") – properly, fall against (contrary); actively (aggressively) resisting, like someone trying to crush an adversary in battle.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to fall against, strive againstNASB Translation
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 496: ἀντιπίπτωἀντιπίπτω
a. to fall upon, run against (from Aristotle, down);
b. to be adverse, oppose, strive against: τίνι, Acts 7:51. (Exodus 26:5; Exodus 36:12 Complutensian edition; Numbers 27:14; often in Polybius, Plutarch.)<1>
From anti and pipto (including its alternate); to oppose -- resist.
see GREEK anti
see GREEK pipto