apoplanaó: to cause to go astrayOriginal Word: ἀποπλανάωPart of Speech:
I cause to wander astray, have wandered awayDefinition:
I cause to go astray; pass: I am led astray.
635 apoplanáō (from 575 /apó, "away from" and 4105 /planáō, "wander") – properly, lead someone astray, i.e. away from where they (properly) belong. 635 (apoplanáō) focuses back to the cause, i.e. the source of the straying (wandering) and then connects to the needless pains arising from it (note the prefix, apo).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to cause to go astrayNASB Translation
lead astray (1), wandered away (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 635: ἀποπλανάωἀποπλανάω
; 1 aorist passive ἀπεπλανήθην
; to cause to go astray,
tropically, to lead away from the truth to error
, Mark 13:22
; passive to go astray, stray away from
: ἀπό τῆς πίστεως
, 1 Timothy 6:10
, Ax., p. 369 d.; Polybius
3, 57, 4; Dionysius Halicarnassus
From apo and planao; to lead astray (figuratively); passively, to stray (from truth) -- err, seduce.
see GREEK apo
see GREEK planao