A primary verb (properly θρέφω threphō ; but perhaps strengthened from the base of G5157 through the idea of convolution); properly to stiffen, that is, fatten (by implication to cherish [with food, etc.], pamper, rear)
KJV Usage: bring up, feed, nourish.
From G303 and G5142; to rear (physically or mentally)
KJV Usage: bring up, nourish (up).
From a compound of G1223 and G5142; nourishment
KJV Usage: food.
From the alternate of G2203 and G5142; Jovenourished; Diotrephes, an opponent of Christianity
KJV Usage: Diotrephes.
From G1537 and G5142; to rearup to maturity, that is, (generally) to cherish or train
KJV Usage: bring up, nourish.
From G1722 and G5142; (figuratively) to educate
KJV Usage: nourish up in.
From G5142; stock (as raised on a farm)
KJV Usage: cattle.
Perhaps from G5142 (in the sense of thickening); a clot
KJV Usage: great drop.
From a compound of G5043 and G5142; to beachildrearer, that is, fulfil the duties of afemaleparent
KJV Usage: bring up children.
From G5142; nourishment (literally or figuratively); by implication rations (wages)