to breathe (voluntarily but gently, thus differing on the one hand from G4154, which denotes properly a forcible respiration; and on the other from the base of G109, which refers properly to an inanimate breeze), i.e. (by implication, of reduction of temperature by evaporation) to chill (figuratively) Derivation: a primary verb;
ψύχω [in LXX for קוּר, שָׁטַח ;] to breathe, blow; hence, to make cool. Pass., to grow cool: metaph., Mat.24:12.† (AS)
1) to breathe, blow, cool by blowing 2) to be made or grow cool or cold 3) metaph. of waning love
A primary verb; to breathe (voluntarily but gently; thus differing on the one hand from G4154, which denotes properly a forcible respiration; and on the other from the base of G109, which refers properly to an inanimate breeze), that is, (by implication of reduction of temperature by evaporation) to chill (figuratively)
From G5594; breath, that is, (by implication) spirit, abstractly or concretely (the animal sentient principle only; thus distinguished on the one hand from G4151, which is the rational and immortal soul; and on the other from G2222, which is mere vitality, even of plants: these terms thus exactly correspond respectively to the Hebrew [H5315], [H7307] and [H2416]
From G1722 and G4154; to inhale, that is, (figuratively) to beanimatedby (bentupon)
KJV Usage: breathe.
From G2316 and a presumed derivative of G4154; divinelybreathed in
KJV Usage: given by inspiration of God.
From G4154; a current of air, that is, breath (blast) or a breeze; by analogy or figuratively a spirit, that is, (human) the rational soul, (by implication) vitalprinciple, mental disposition, etc., or (superhuman) an angel, daemon, or (divine) God, Christ’s spirit, the Holy spirit
From the same as G109; an eagle (from its wind like flight)
KJV Usage: eagle.
From the base of G109; wind; (plural) by implication (the four) quarters (of the earth)
KJV Usage: wind.
From the same as G109; mist
KJV Usage: vapour.
From the same as G109; a yard (as open to the wind); by implication a mansion
KJV Usage: court, ([sheep-]) fold, hall, palace.
From the same as G109, a flute (as blown)
KJV Usage: pipe.
From a derivative of the same as G109 (meaning a breeze, that is, the morning air); properly fresh, that is, (adverbially with ellipsis of G2250) tomorrow
KJV Usage: (to-) morrow, next day.
From a (presumed) derivative of the same as G109 (meaning blown); rough (properly as a gale), that is, (figuratively) severe
KJV Usage: austere.
From the particle αὖ au (perhaps akin to the base of G109 through the idea of a baffling wind; backward); the reflexive pronoun self, used (alone or in the compound of G1438) of the third person, and (with the proper personal pronoun) of the other persons
KJV Usage: her, it (-self), one, the other, (mine) own, said, ([self-], the) same, ([him-, my-, thy-]) self, [your-] selves, she, that, their (-s), them ([-selves]), there [-at, -by, -in, -into, -of, -on, -with], they, (these) things, this (man), those, together, very, which.
From αὐχμός auchmos (probably from a base akin to that of G109; dust, as dried by wind); properly dirty, that is, (by implication) obscure
KJV Usage: dark.
From a compound of G3326 and a collateral form of G142 or perhaps rather of G109 (compare “meteor”); to raiseinmid-air, that is, (figuratively) suspend (passively fluctuate or beanxious)