- I throw away
- I throw off or away, cast, hurl.
- to throw off
- ῥιπτέω, see: ῥίπτω.
ῥίπτω and (Act.22:23) ῥιπτέω (strengthened form; see Veitch, see word ῥίπτω, fin.),
[in LXX chiefly for שָׁלַךְ hi. ;]
__1. to throw, cast, hurl: with accusative of thing(s),; with accusative of person(s),
RefsMat.27:5, Act.27:19, 29; pass., Luk.17:2; ptcp., ἐριμμένοι, cast down, prostrate (Polyb., al.): Mat.9:36; of garments, to throw off (for flight, Eur., Xen., al.; ὅπλα, 1Ma.5:43; so EV in Act.22:23, but see infr.).
__2. = ῥιπτάζω, to shake, toss, throw about: τ. ἱμάτια, Act.22:23 (EGT, Page, Rackham, in l; Field, Notes, 136; but see supr.).†
2) throw down
3) to cast forward or before
4) to set down (with the suggestion of haste and want of care)
5) to throw to the ground, prostrate
From a derivative of G4496; to toss up
KJV Usage: cast off.