diaponeomai: to toil through, to be worn out or annoyedOriginal Word: διαπονέομαι
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (dee-ap-on-eh'-o)
Short Definition: I am greatly troubled
Definition: I am greatly troubled.
1278 diaponéō (from 1223 /diá, "thoroughly," intensifying poneō, "to labor, toil") – properly, bring on exhausting, depleting grief which results in "piercing fatigue."
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from dia and poneomai (to work hard)
to toil through, to be worn out or annoyed
greatly annoyed (1), greatly disturbed (1).
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 1278: διαπονέω
διαπονέω: to work out laboriously, make complete by labor. Middle (present διαπονοῦμαι); with 1 aorist passive διεπονήθην (for which Attic writings διεπονησαμην);
a. to exert oneself, strive;
b. to manage with pains, accomplish with great labor; in secular authors in both senses (from Aeschylus down).
c. to be troubled, displeased, offended, pained, (cf. colloquial English to be worked up; Winer's Grammar, 23 (22)): Acts 4:2; Acts 16:18. (Aq. in Genesis 6:6; 1 Samuel 20:30; the Sept. in Ecclesiastes 10:9 for נֶעֱצַב; Hesychius διαπονηθείς; λυπηθείς.) see GREEK dia see GREEK ponos
see GREEK dia
see GREEK ponos
Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Greek 1278
διαπονηθεὶς — 1 Occ.
διαπονούμενοι — 1 Occ.
Acts 4:2 V-PPM/P-NMP
GRK: διαπονούμενοι διὰ τὸ
NAS: being greatly disturbed because
KJV: Being grieved that they
INT: being distressed because