(earlier: I leave behind, abandon), (a) I am wanting, (b) mid: e.g. with gen: I come behind (in a race), am left behind in, fall short of (some standard), am wanting in.
to leave, i.e. (intransitively or passively) to fail or be absent Derivation: a primary verb;
KJV Usage: be destitute (wanting), lack.
λείπω [in LXX: Refs Job.4:11, Pro.19:4 (פָּרַד), al. ;] __1. trans., to leave, leave behind; pass., to be left behind, to lack before prep. (as more usual in cl.), ἐν, Jas.1:4; with genitive of thing(s), Refs Jas.1:5 2:15. __2. Intrans., to be gone, to be wanting: with dative of person(s), Refs Luk.18:22, Tit.3:13; τὰ λείποντα, Tit.1:5 (cf. ἀπο-, δια-, ἐκ-, ἐπι-, κατα-, ἐν-κατα-, περι-, ὑπο-λείπω).† (AS)
1) to leave, leave behind, forsake, to be left behind 1a) to lag, be inferior 1b) to be destitute of, to lack 2) to be wanting, to fail
A primary verb; to leave, that is, (intransitive or passive) to fail or beabsent