and thus apparently allied to G4072 through the idea of expansion, and to 4429 through that of flattening; compare G3961); to fold, i.e. furl a scroll Derivation: probably akin to πετάννυμι (to spread;
πτύσσω to fold; of a scroll, to roll up: βιβλίον, Luk.4:20 (cf. ἀνα-πτύσσω).† (AS)
1) to fold together, roll up
Probably akin to πετάννυμι petannumi (to spread; and thus apparently allied to G4072 through the idea of expansion, and to G4429 through that of flattening; compare G3961); to fold, that is, furl a scroll
πέτομαι, πετάομαι, πτάομαι
petomai petaomai ptaomai
Including the prolonged form (second form) and contraction (third form) of the middle voice of a primary verb; to fly
KJV Usage: fly (-ing).
From G1537 and a form of G4072; to flyout, that is, (by analogy) extend
KJV Usage: stretch forth.
From a compound of G2596 and a congener of G4072; something spreadthoroughly, that is, (specifically) the door screen (to the Most Holy Place) in the Jewish Temple
KJV Usage: vail.
Neuter of a derivative of G4072; a flying animal, that is, bird
KJV Usage: bird, fowl.
G4098 πίπτω, πέτωπίπτω, πέτω
The first is a reduplicated and contracted form of the second (which occurs only as an alternate in certain tenses); probably akin to G4072 through the idea of alighting; to fall (literally of figuratively)
KJV Usage: fail, fall (down), light on.
From a derivative of G4072 (meaning a feather); a wing
KJV Usage: wing.
Probably akin to the alternate of G4098 (through the idea of causing to fall) or to G4072 (through that of causing to fly away); to scare
From a derivative probably of G3817 (meaning a “path”); to trample (literally or figuratively)
KJV Usage: tread (down, under foot).
From G2596 and G3961; to trampledown; figuratively to reject with disdain
KJV Usage: trample, tread (down, underfoot).
From G4012 and G3961; to tread all around, that is, walk at large (especially as proof of ability); figuratively to live, deportoneself, follow (as a companion or votary)