ῥύμη, -ης, ἡ [in LXX: Isa.15:3 (רְחֹב), Pro.31:23 א, Refs Tob.13:18, Sir.9:7 א1* ;] __1. in cl., the force, rush, swing, of a moving body; esp. of a charge of soldiers. __2. In late Greek (as in Macedonian, see Kennedy, Sources, 15), a narrow road, lane, street: in Polyb., of a road in camp; in LXX and NT (π. also) of streets in a town, Refs Mat.6:2, Luk.14:21 Act.9:11 12:10 (cf. Rutherford, NPhr., 488).† (AS)
1) a swing, rush, force, trail, of a body in motion 2) a tract of way in a town shut in by buildings on both sides 3) a street, a lane
Prolonged from G4506 in its original sense; an alley or avenue (as crowded)
Middle voice of an obsolete verb, akin to G4482 (through the idea of a current; compare G4511); to rush or draw (for oneself), that is, rescue
KJV Usage: deliver (-er).
From G4506 in the sense of its congener G4482; a flux (of blood)
KJV Usage: issue.
From G4506; a fold (as drawing together), that is, a wrinkle (especially on the face)
KJV Usage: wrinkle.
Prolonged from ῥώομαι rhōomai (to dart; probably akin to G4506); to strengthen, that is, (imperative passive) havehealth (as parting exclamation, goodbye)