Leap - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Leap

[ 1,,G242, hallomai ]
to leap" (akin to halma, "a leap"), is used
(a) metaphorically, of the "springing" up of water, John 4:14;
(b) literally, of the "leaping" of healed cripples, Acts 3:8 (2nd part); Acts 14:10.

[ 2,,G4640, skirtao ]
"to leap," is found in Luke 1:41, Luke 1:44; Luke 6:23, there translated "leap for joy;" in Luke 1:44 the words "for joy" are expressed separately.

[ 3,,G1814, exallomai ]
"to leap up" (lit., "out," ek, and No. 1), is said in Acts 3:8 (1st part) of the cripple healed by Peter (cp. No. 1, above).

[ 4,,G2177, ephallomai ]
"to leap upon" (epi, "upon," and No. 1), is said of the demoniac in Acts 19:16.

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