φυτεύω (< φυτόν, a plant, < φύω), [in LXX chiefly for נָטַע, also for שָׁתַל, etc. ;] to plant: Refs Luk.17:28, 1Co.3:6-8; with accusative, φυτείαν, Mat.15:13; ἀμπελῶνα, Refs Mat.21:33, Mrk.12:1, Luk.20:9, 1Co.9:7; pass., before ἐν, Refs Luk.13:6 17:6.† (AS)
1) to plant
From a derivative of G5453; to setout in the earth, that is, implant . Figuratively to instil doctrine
From G1722 and φυσάω phusaō (to puff; compare G5453); to blowat or on
KJV Usage: breathe on.
From G1722 and a derivative of G5453; implanted (figuratively)
KJV Usage: engrafted.
From G3501 and a derivative of G5453; newlyplanted, that is, (figuratively) a youngconvert (“neophyte”)
KJV Usage: novice.
From G4862 and a derivative of G5453; grown along with (connate), that is, (figuratively) closely united to
KJV Usage: planted together.
From G4862 and G5453; passively to growjointly
KJV Usage: spring up with.
From G5453 (compare G5444); an offshoot, that is, race or clan
KJV Usage: kindred, tribe.
From a prolonged form of φύρω phurō (to mix a liquid with a solid; perhaps akin to G5453 through the idea of swelling in bulk), mean to knead; a mass of dough
KJV Usage: lump.
From G5453; growth (by germination or expansion), that is, (by implication) natural production (lineal descent); by extension a genus or sort; figuratively native disposition, constitution or usage