ekphuó: to sprout upOriginal Word: ἐκφύω
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (ek-foo'-o)
Short Definition: I put forth, cause to sprout
Definition: I put forth, cause to sprout.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from ek and phuó
to sprout up
puts forth (2).
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 1631: ἐκφύω
ἐκφύω; 2 aorist passive ἐξεφυην (Winers Grammar, 90 (86); Buttmann, 68 (60); Krüger, § 40, under the word φύω; (Veitch, ibid.)); (from Homer down); to generate or produce from; to cause to grow out: ὅταν ὁ κλάδος ... τά φύλλα ἐκφύῃ (subjunctive present), when the branch has become tender and puts forth leaves, R (not Rst) G T WH in Matthew 24:32 and Mark 13:28; (others, retaining the same accentuation, regard it as 2 aorist active subjunctive intransitive, with τά φύλλα as subject; but against the change of subject see Meyer or Weiss). But Fritzsche, Lachmann, Treg., others have with reason restored (after Erasmus) ἐκφύῃ (2 aorist passive subjunctive), which Griesbach had approved: when the leaves hare grown out — so that τά φύλλα is the subject.
Strong's Exhaustive Concordanceput forth.
see GREEK ek
see GREEK phuo
Forms and Transliterationsεκφυη εκφύη ἐκφύῃ ekphue ekphuē ekphye ekphyē ekphýei ekphýēi
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Greek 1631
ἐκφύῃ — 2 Occ.
Matthew 24:32 V-PSA-3S
GRK: τὰ φύλλα ἐκφύῃ γινώσκετε ὅτι
NAS: tender and puts forth its leaves,
KJV: and putteth forth leaves,
INT: the leaves it puts forth you know that