to whelm, i.e. cover wholly with a fluid; in the New Testament only in a qualified or special sense, i.e. (literally) to moisten (a part of one's person), or (by implication) to stain (as with dye) Derivation: a primary verb;
KJV Usage: dip.
βάπτω, [in LXX chiefly for טבל ;] __(a) to dip: Refs Luk.16:24, Jhn.13:26 (ἐμβ-, L); __(b) to dip in dye, to dye: Rev.19:13 (Rec.; ῥεραντισμένον, WH; περιρεραμμένον, T; ῥεραμμένον, Swete, in l., which see). † (AS)
1) to dip, dip in, immerse 2) to dip into dye, to dye, colour
A primary verb; to whelm, that is, cover wholly with a fluid; in the New Testament only in a qualified or specific sense, that is, (literally) to moisten (a part of one’s person), or (by implication) to stain (as with dye)
From a derivative of G911; to makewhelmed (that is, fullywet); used only (in the New Testament) of ceremonial ablution, especially (technically) of the ordinance of Christian baptism
KJV Usage: baptist, baptize, wash.
From G1722 and G911; to whelmon, that is, wet (a part of the person, etc.) by contact with a fluid