andrizó: to behave like a man, to play the manOriginal Word: ἀνδρίζομαι
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (an-drid'-zom-ahee)
Short Definition: I act like a man, am brave
Definition: I act like a man, am brave.
407 andrízomai (from 435 /anḗr, "man") – properly, "to act as a man," i.e. as a full-grown, mature man; (figuratively) to be responsible and courageous by taking the initiatives God reveals through faith (used only in 1 Cor 16:13). Accordingly, 407 (andrízomai) is directly associated with 4102 /pístis ("faith").Word Origin
to behave like a man, to play the man
act like men (1).
STRONGS NT 407: ἀνδρίζω
ἀνδρίζω: (ἀνήρ); to make a man of or make brave (Xenophon, oec. 5, 4). Middle present ἀνδρίζομαι; to show oneself a man, be brave: 1 Corinthians 16:13 (A. V. quit you like men). (Often in the Sept.; Sir. 34:25; 1 Macc. 2:64; Xenophon, Plato, Appian, Plutarch, others.)<1>
act like men.
Middle voice from aner; to act manly -- quit like men.
see GREEK aner ανδριζεσθε ανδρίζεσθε ἀνδρίζεσθε ανδρίζου ανδριούμαι ανδριούμεθα άνδρισαι ανδρόγυνον ανδρογύνων ανδρυνθώσιν andrizesthe andrízesthe