pimpremi: I am inflamed, I swellOriginal Word: πίμπρημι
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (pim'-pray-mee)
Short Definition: I am inflamed, I swell
Definition: I swell, am inflamed.
STRONGS NT 4092: πιμπράω
πιμπράω (for the more common πίμπρημι (cf. Curtius, § 378, Vanicek, p. 510f)): (present infinitive passive πίμπρασθαι; but R G L Tr WH πίμπρασθαι from the form πίμπρημι (Tdf. ἐμπίπρασθαι, which see)); in Greek writings from Homer ((yet only the aorist from πρήθω)) down; to blow, to burn (on the connection between these meanings cf. Ebeling, Lex. Homer, under the word πρήθω); in the Scriptures four times to cause to swell, to render tumid (cf. Sophocles' Lexicon, under the word): γαστέρα, Numbers 5:22; passive, to swell, become swollen, of parts of the body, Numbers 5:21, 27: Acts 28:6 (see above and in ἐμπιπράω). (Compare: ἐμπιπράω.)<1>
swell up, burn with fever or passion
A reduplicated and prolonged form of a primary preo preh'-o which occurs only as an alternate in certain tenses); to fire, i.e. Burn (figuratively and passively, become inflamed with fever) -- be (X should have) swollen. πιμπρασθαι πίμπρασθαι pimprasthai pímprasthai
Strong's Greek 4092
πίμπρασθαι — 1 Occ.
Acts 28:6 V-PNM/P
BIB: αὐτὸν μέλλειν πίμπρασθαι ἢ καταπίπτειν
NAS: that he was about to swell up or
KJV: should have swollen, or
INT: him to be going to become inflamed or to fall down