boétheó: to come to the aid ofOriginal Word: βοηθέωPart of Speech:
I come to the rescue ofDefinition:
I come to the rescue of, come to help, help.
997 boēthéō(from 995 /boḗ, "intense exclamation" and theō, "run") – properly, to run and meet an urgent distress-call (cry for help); to deliver help, quickly responding to an urgent need (intense distress).
997 /boēthéō ("supply urgently needed help") means to give immediate aid, in time, for a great need – i.e. "to run, on a call to help" (TDNT, 1:628).
[997 (boēthéō) was originally a military word, responding to a critical, urgent need (MM). 997 (boēthéō) is also used in Homeric Greek (800-900 bc) for responding to a war-cry.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
and theó (to run)Definition
to come to the aid ofNASB Translation
come to...aid (1), come to the aid (1), help (4), helped (2).