phaskó: to affirm, assertOriginal Word: φάσκωPart of Speech:
I assert, affirm, professDefinition:
I assert, affirm, profess.
Cognate: 5335 pháskō (used as the imperfect tense of 5346 /phēmí, see there) – to affirm (assert), elevating one statement (view) over another. See 5346 (phēmi).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
probably from the same as phémiDefinition
to affirm, assertNASB Translation
asserted (1), asserting (1), professing (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5335: φάσκωφάσκω
; imperfect ἐφασκον
); from Homer
down; to affirm, allege, to pretend or profess
: followed by the accusative with the infinitive, Acts 24:9
; Acts 25:19
; with the infinitive and an accusative referring to the subject, Revelation 2:2 Rec.
; followed by an infinitive with a subject nominative, Romans 1:22
affirm, profess, say.
Prolongation from the same as phemi; to assert -- affirm, profess, say.
see GREEK phemi