Dip, Dipped, Dippeth - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Dip, Dipped, Dippeth[ 1,,G911, bapto ]
to immerse, dip" (derived from a root signifying "deep"), also signified "to dye," which is suggested in Revelation 19:13, of the Lord's garment "dipped (i.e., dyed) in blood" (RV, "sprinkled" translates the verb rhantizo: See SPRINKLED. It is elsewhere translated "to dip," Luke 16:24; John 13:26. Cp. the longer form baptizo (primarily a frequentative form). See BAPTIZE.
[ 2,,G1686, embapto ]
en, "in," and No. 1, "to dip into," is used of the act of Judas in "dipping" his hand with that of Christ in the dish, Matthew 26:23; Mark 14:20.