adémoneó: to be distressedOriginal Word: ἀδημονέωPart of Speech:
I am troubled, distressedDefinition:
I feel fear, lack courage, am distressed, troubled.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
of uncertain originDefinition
to be distressedNASB Translation
distressed (2), troubled (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 85: ἀδημονέωἀδημονέω
; (from the unused ἀδημων
, and this from the alpha privative and δῆμος
; accordingly, uncomfortable, as not at home, cf. German unheimisch, unheimlich
; cf. Alexander Buttmann
(1873) Lexil. ii. 136 (Fishlake's trans, p. 29f. But Lob. (Pathol. Proleg., p. 238, cf., p. 160) and others connect it with ἀδήμων
; see Lightfoot
on Philippians 2:26
)); to be troubled, distressed
: Matthew 26:37
; Mark 14:33
; Philippians 2:26
, Hell. 4, 4, 3 ἀδημονῆσαι τάς ψυχάς
, and often in secular authors.)<1>
to be distressed, troubled
From a derivative of adeo (to be sated to loathing); to be in distress (of mind) -- be full of heaviness, be very heavy.