5182. turbazó
Strong's Concordance
turbazó: to disturb, to trouble.
Original Word: τυρβάζω
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: turbazó
Phonetic Spelling: (toor-bad'-zo)
Definition: to disturb, to trouble
Usage: I agitate or disturb in mind, trouble.
HELPS Word-studies

5182 tyrbázō (from tyrbē, "a noisy, tumultuous crowd"; cf. Latin, turba, "confusion") – properly, to be in tumult (a noisy uproar). (5182 /tyrbázō is related to 2351 /thórybos, "uproar.")

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from turbé (disorder, confusion)
to disturb, to trouble.

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 5182: τυρβάζω

τυρβάζω: present passive τυρβάζομαι; (τύρβη, Latinturba, confusion; (cf. Curtius, § 250)); (from Sophocles down); to disturb, trouble: properly, τόν πηλόν, Aristophanes vesp. 257; tropically, in the passive, to be troubled in mind, disquieted: περί πολλά, Luke 10:41 R G (with the same construction in Aristophanes pax 1007; μή ἄγαν τυρβαζου, Nilus epist. 2, 258).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From turbe (Latin turba, a crowd; akin to thorubos); to make "turbid", i.e. Disturb -- trouble.

see GREEK thorubos

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