I strike under the eye, hence: I bruise, treat severely, discipline by hardship, molest, annoy, harass, worry, exhaust.
to hit under the eye (buffet or disable an antagonist as a pugilist), i.e. (figuratively) to tease or annoy (into compliance), subdue (one's passions) Derivation: from a compound of G5259 and a derivative of G3700;
ὑπωπιάζω (< ὑπώπιον, (a) the part of the face below the eyes; (b) a blow on the face), to strike under the eye, give a black eye: metaph., __(a) of persistent annoyance (RV, wear out), Luk.18:6; __(b) of severe self-discipline (R, txt. buffet, mg. bruise), 1Co.9:27 (see Field, Notes, 71, 174).† ὑπο-πιάζω, later form of ὑποπιέζω, to press slightly; metaph., to repress: 1Co.9:27 T.7 for ὑπωπιάζω, which see† (AS)
1) to beat black and blue, to smite so as to cause bruises and livid spots 1a) like a boxer one buffets his body, handle it roughly, discipline by hardships 2) metaph. 2a) to give one intolerable annoyance 2a1) beat one out, wear one out 2b) by entreaties 3) that part of the face that is under the eyes
From a compound of G5259 and a derivative of G3700; to hit under the eye (buffet or disable an antagonist as a pugilist), that is, (figuratively) to tease or annoy (into compliance), subdue (one’s passions)
A primary preposition; under, that is, (with the genitive) of place (beneath), or with verbs (the agency or means, through); (with the accusative) of place (whither [underneath ] or where [below ]) or time (when [at ])
KJV Usage: among, by, from, in, of, under, with. In compounds it retains the same genitive applications, especially of inferior position or condition, and specifically covertly or moderately .
From G4862 and a derivative of a compound of G5259 and the base of G2041; to beaco-auxiliary, that is, assist
KJV Usage: help together.
From G5259 and G71; to lead (oneself) under, that is, withdraw or retire (as if sinking out of sight), literally or figuratively
KJV Usage: depart, get hence, go (a-) way.
From G5259 and G191; to hearunder (as a subordinate), that is, to listenattentively; by implication to heed or conform to a command or authority
KJV Usage: hearken, be obedient to, obey.
From G5259 and G435; in subjection underaman, that is, a married woman
KJV Usage: which hath an husband.
From G5259 and a derivative of G473; to goopposite (meet) under (quietly), that is, to encounter, fallinwith
KJV Usage: (go to) meet.
From G5259 and G756; to beginunder (quietly), that is, comeintoexistence (bepresent or athand); expletively, to exist (as copula or subordinate to an adjective, participle, adverb or preposition, or as auxilliary to principal verb)
KJV Usage: after behave, live.
From G5259 and G1502εἴκω eikō (to yield, be “weak”); to surrender
KJV Usage: submit self.
From G5259 and G1727; under (covertly) contrary to, that is, opposed or (as noun) an opponent
KJV Usage: adversary, against.
From G5259 and G2192; to hold oneself under, that is, endure with patience
KJV Usage: suffer.
From G5259 and a derivative of ἐρέσσω eressō (to row); an underoarsman, that is, (genitive case) subordinate (assistant, sexton, constable)
KJV Usage: minister, officer, servant.
From an obsolete primary (perhaps akin to G5259 through the idea of subsilience); sleep, that is, (figuratively) spiritual torpor
KJV Usage: sleep.
From G5259 and G906; to throw in stealthily, that is, introduce by collusion
KJV Usage: suborn.
From a compound of G5259 and G1125; an underwriting, that is, copy for imitation (figuratively)
KJV Usage: example.
From G5259 and G1166; to exhibitunder the eyes, (figuratively) to exemplify (instruct, admonish)
KJV Usage: show, (fore-) warn.
From G5259 and G1209; to admitunder one’s roof, that is, entertain hospitably
KJV Usage: receive.
From G5259 and G1210; to bindunder one’s feet, that is, puton shoes or sandals
KJV Usage: bind on, (be) shod.
From G5259 and G1349; undersentence, that is, (by implication) condemned
KJV Usage: guilty.
Neuter of a compound of G5259 and G2218; an animal under the yoke (draughtbeast), that is, (specifically) a donkey
KJV Usage: ass.
From G5259 and G2224; to girdunder, that is, frap (a vessel with cables across the keel, sides and deck)
KJV Usage: undergirt.
From G5259 and G2736; downunder, that is, beneath
KJV Usage: under.
Middle voice from G5259 and G2919; to decide (speak or act) under a false part, that is, (figuratively) dissemble (pretend)
KJV Usage: feign.
From G5259 and G2983; to take from below, that is, carryupward; figuratively to takeup, that is, continue a discourse or topic; mentally to assume (presume)
KJV Usage: answer, receive, suppose.
Neuter of a presumed compound of G5259 and G3025; vessel or receptacle under the press, that is, lower winevat
KJV Usage: winefat.
From G5259 and G3306; to stayunder (behind), that is, remain; figuratively to undergo, that is, bear (trials), havefortitude, persevere
From G5259 and G3403; to remindquietly, that is, suggest to the (middle voice, one’s own) memory
KJV Usage: put in mind, remember, bring to (put in) remembrance.
From G5259 and G3539; to thinkunder (privately), that is, to surmise or conjecture
KJV Usage: think, suppose, deem.
From G5259 and G4126; to sailunder the lee of
KJV Usage: sail under.
From G5259 and G4154; to breathegently, that is, breeze
KJV Usage: blow softly.
Neuter of a compound of G5259 and G4228; something under the feet, that is, a footrest (figuratively)
KJV Usage: footstool.
From a compound of G5259 and G2476; a settingunder (support), that is, (figuratively) concretely essence, or abstractly assurance (objectively or subjectively)
The first a (middle voice) prolonged form of the second (primary) which is used for it in certain tenses; and both as alternates of G3708; to gaze (that is, with wide open eyes, as at something remarkable; and thus differing from G991, which denotes simply voluntary observation; and from G1492, which expresses merely mechanical, passive or casual vision; while G2300, and still more emphatically its intensive G2334, signifies an earnest but more continued inspection; and G4648 a watching fromadistance)
KJV Usage: appear, look, see, shew self.
From αἴθω aithō (to scorch) and ὤψ ōps (the face, from G3700); an Ethiopian (as a blackamoor)
KJV Usage: Ethiopian.
From G435 and ὤψ ōps (the countenance; from G3700); manfaced, that is, a human being
KJV Usage: certain, man.
From G846 and G3700; selfseeing, that is, an eyewitness
KJV Usage: eye-witness.
A primary verb; to look at (literally or figuratively)
KJV Usage: behold, beware, lie, look (on, to), perceive, regard, see, sight, take heed.
A primary verb; used only in certain past tenses, the others being borrowed from the equivalent, G3700 and G3708; properly to see (literally or figuratively); by implication (in the perfect only) to know
KJV Usage: be aware, behold, X can (+ not tell), consider, (have) known (-ledge), look (on), perceive, see, be sure, tell, understand, wist, wot.
From a derivative of G2300 (perhaps by adverb of G3708); to beaspectator of, that is, discern, (literally, figuratively [experience ] or intensively [acknowledge ])
KJV Usage: behold, consider, look on, perceive, see.
Middle voice from a compound of G2596 and a derivative of G3700 (compare G2072); to mirroroneself, that is, to seereflected (figuratively)
KJV Usage: behold as in a glass.
Apparently from a derivative of the base of G2759 and a derivative of G3700; a mosquito (from its stingingproboscis)
KJV Usage: gnat.
From a compound of the base of G3466 and ωψ ōps (the face : from G3700); to shut the eyes, that is, blink (seeindistinctly)
KJV Usage: cannot see afar off.
From μῶλος mōlos (“moil”; probably akin to the base of G3433) and probably ὤψ ōps (the face; from G3700); a mole (“black eye”) or blowmark
KJV Usage: stripe.
From G3700; a sight, that is, (by implication) the eye
KJV Usage: eye.
Probably from G3700; a hole (as if for light), that is, cavern; by analogy a spring (of water)
KJV Usage: cave, place.
From ὄπις opis (regard; from G3700) with enclitic of source; fromtherear (as a secure aspect), that is, at the back (adverb and preposition of palce or time)
KJV Usage: after, backside, behind.
From a presumed derivative of G3700; visuality, that is, (concretely) an apparition
KJV Usage: vision.
Properly to stare at (compare G3700), that is, (by implication) to discern clearly (physically or mentally); by extension to attend to; by Hebraism to experience; passively to appear
KJV Usage: behold, perceive, see, take heed.
From G3700; the eye (literally or figuratively); by implication vision; figuratively envy (from the jealous side glance)
KJV Usage: eye, sight.
Probably from G3700 (through the idea of sharpness of vision); a snake, figuratively (as a type of sly cunning) an artful malicious person, especially Satan
KJV Usage: serpent.
Perhaps from G3700 (through the idea of the shading or proximity to the organ of vision); the eye “brow” or forehead, that is, (figuratively) the brink of a precipice
KJV Usage: brow.
From G3700; properly sight (the act), that is, (by implication) the visage, an external show
KJV Usage: appearance, countenance, face.
From G4314 and ὤψ ōps (the visage; from G3700); the front (as being towardsview), that is, the countenance, aspect, appearance, surface; by implication presence, person