truphaó: to live luxuriouslyOriginal Word: τρυφάωPart of Speech:
I live a luxurious lifeDefinition:
I live a luxurious life, live self-indulgently.
Cognate: 5171 trypháō (from 5172 /tryphḗ, "breakdown of character from living in luxury") – to live indulgently (luxuriously). See 5172 (tryphē).
5171 /trypháō ("indulging in dainty living") is only used in Js 5:5.
["Dainty living" in NT times included going to the public baths ("wash houses"), typically decked out with ornate furnishings (e.g. decorated baths made of marble, etc. They eventually became huge recreation centers with an adjoining gymnasium and library.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to live luxuriouslyNASB Translation
lived luxuriously (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5171: τρυφάωτρυφάω
: 1 aorist ἐτρύφησα
, which see); to live delicately, live luxuriously, be given to a soft and luxurious life
: James 5:5
. (Nehemiah 9:25
; Isaiah 66:11
, and following) (Compare: ἐντρυφάω
. Synonym: cf. Trench
, § liv.)<1>
revel, live in pleasure.
From truphe; to indulge in luxury -- live in pleasure.
see GREEK truphe