Word Summary
diegeirō: to arouse completely
Original Word: διεγείρω
Transliteration: diegeirō
Phonetic Spelling: (dee-eg-i'-ro)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to arouse completely
Meaning: to arouse completely
Strong's Concordance
awake, raise, stir up.

From dia and egeiro; to wake fully; i.e. Arouse (literally or figuratively) -- arise, awake, raise, stir up.

see GREEK dia

see GREEK egeiro

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 1326: διεγείρω

διεγείρω; 1 aorist διηγειρα; passive, imperfect διηγειρομην (but Tr WH (T editions 2, 7) διεγείρετο in John 6:18, cf. Buttmann, 34 (30); WH's Appendix, p. 161); 1 aorist preposition διεγερθείς; to wake up, awaken, arouse (from repose; differing from the simple ἐγείρω, which has a wider meaning); from sleep: τινα, Mark 4:38 (here T Tr WH ἐγείρουσιν); Luke 8:24; passive, Luke 8:24 T Tr text WH; Mark 4:39; with the addition ἀπό τοῦ ὕπνου, Matthew 1:24 (L T Tr WH ἐγερθείς); from repose, quiet: in passage of the sea, which begins to be agitated, to rise, John 6:18. Metaphorically, to arouse the mind; stir up, render active: 2 Peter 1:13; 2 Peter 3:1, as in 2 Macc. 15:10, τινα τοῖς θυμοῖς. (Several times in the O. T. Apocrypha (cf. Winers Grammar, 102 (97)); Hipper. (Aristotle), Herodian; occasionally in Anthol.)

STRONGS NT 1326a: διεξέρχομαιδιεξέρχομαι: (2 aorist διεξηλθον); to go out through something: διεξελθοῦσα, namely, διά φρυγάνων, Acts 28:3 Tdf editions 2, 7. (the Sept.; in Greek writings from (Sophicles, Herodotus), Euripides down.)