5605. ódinó
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ódinó: to have birth pangs, to travail
Original Word: ὠδίνω
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: ódinó
Phonetic Spelling: (o-dee'-no)
Short Definition: I am in travail, suffer birth-pangs
Definition: I am in travail, suffer birth-pangs.

HELPS word-Studies

Cognate: 5605 ōdínō – properly, travail (in childbirth), birth pangs; (figuratively) the need to deliver something ("give birth") which completes a painful (birthing) process. See 5604 (ōdin).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from ódin
to have birth pangs, to travail
NASB Translation
am in labor (1), labor (2).

STRONGS NT 5605: ὠδίνω

ὠδίνω; from Homer down; the Sept. for חוּל, thrice for חִבֵּל; to feel the pains of childbirth, to travail: Galatians 4:27; Revelation 12:2; in figurative discourse, Paul uses the phrase οὖς πάλιν ὠδίνω, i. e. whose souls I am striving with intense effort and anguish to conform to the mind of Christ, Galatians 4:19. (Compare: συνωδίνω.)

birth pains

From odin; to experience the pains of parturition (literally or figuratively) -- travail in (birth).

see GREEK odin

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