astheneia: weakness, frailtyOriginal Word: ἀσθένεια, ας, ἡPart of Speech:
want of strength, weakness, illnessDefinition:
want of strength, weakness, illness, suffering, calamity, frailty.
Cognate: 769 asthéneia – properly, without strength (negating the root sthenos, "strength"). See 772 (asthenēs).
769 /asthéneia ("weakness, sickness") refers to an ailment that deprives someone of enjoying or accomplishing what they would like to do. 769 (asthéneia) focuses on the handicaps that go with the weakness.
[769 (asthéneia) expresses the weakening influences of the illness or a particular problem, especially as someone becomes wrongly (overly) dependent.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
weakness, frailtyNASB Translation
ailments (1), diseases (1), ill (1), illness (1), infirmities (1), sickness (3), sicknesses (2), weak (1), weakness (9), weaknesses (4).