aristaó: to breakfast, hence to take a mealOriginal Word: ἀριστάωPart of Speech:
I breakfast, dineDefinition:
I breakfast, dine.
Cognate: 709 aristáō – to eat breakfast or lunch – the "noon" meal eaten roughly in the middle of the day; to eat a meal any time before the 1173 /deípnon ("supper"), i.e. before the main meal, usually eaten in the evening (S. Zodhiates, Dict). See 712 (ariston).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to breakfast, hence to take a mealNASB Translation
finished breakfast (1), have breakfast (1), have lunch (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 709: ἀριστάωἀριστάω
: 1 aorist ἠρίστησα
; (τό ἄριστον
, which see);
a. to breakfast: John 21:12, 15; (Xenophon, Cyril 6, 4, 1; and often in Attic).
b. by later usage to dine: παρά τίνι, Luke 11:37; (Genesis 43:24; Aelian v. h. 9, 19).<1>
From ariston; to take the principle meal -- dine.
see GREEK ariston