haimorroeō: to lose bloodOriginal Word: αἱμορροέωTransliteration:
(hahee-mor-hreh'-o)Part of Speech:
to lose bloodMeaning:
to lose blood
diseased with an issue of blood.
From haima and rheo; to flow blood, i.e. Have a hoemorrhage -- diseased with an issue of blood.
see GREEK haima
see GREEK rheo
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 131: ἁιμορρέωἁιμορρέω
; to be ἁιμόρροος
), to suffer from a flow of blood
: Matthew 9:20
. (the Sept. Leviticus 15:33
, where it means menstruous,
and in medical writers.)<1>