talaipóreó: to suffer hardship or distressOriginal Word: ταλαιπωρέω
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (tal-ahee-po-reh'-o)
Short Definition: I am miserable, distressed
Definition: I endure severe hardship, am harassed, complain.
Cognate: 5003 talaipōréō – intensely afflict, leaving someone in a wretched (miserable) condition – literally, showing callouses due to sustained affliction (used only at Js 4:9). See 5005 (talaipōros).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to suffer hardship or distress
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 5003: ταλαιπωρέω
ταλαιπωρέω, ταλαιπώρω: 1 aorist imperative ταλαιπωρήσατε; (τλαιπωρος, which see); from Euripides, and Thucydides down; the Sept. for שָׁדַד;
a. to toil heavily, to endure labors and hardships; to be afflicted; to feel afflicted and miserable: James 4:9.
b. in Greek writings and the Sept. also transitively (cf. Liddell and Scott, under the word, II.), to afflict: Psalm 16:9 From talaiporos; to be wretched, i.e. Realize one's own misery -- be afflicted. see GREEK talaiporos
From talaiporos; to be wretched, i.e. Realize one's own misery -- be afflicted.
see GREEK talaiporos