Word Summary
ekdyō: to take off, to put off
Original Word: ἐκδύω
Transliteration: ekdyō
Phonetic Spelling: (ek-doo'-o)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to take off, to put off
Meaning: to take off, to put off
Strong's Concordance
strip, take off from, unclothe.

From ek and the base of duno; to cause to sink out of, i.e. (specially as of clothing) to divest -- strip, take off from, unclothe.

see GREEK ek

see GREEK duno

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 1562: ἐκδύω

ἐκδύω: 1 aorist ἐξεδυσα; 1 aorist middle ἐξεδυσάμην; (δύω); to take off: τινα, to strip one of his garments, Matthew 27:28 (L WH marginal reading ἐνδυς.); Luke 10:30; τινα τί (as in Greek from Homer down) (a thing from a person): Matthew 27:31; Mark 15:20; middle, to take off from oneself, to put off one's raiment (Xenophon, Ag. 1, 28; Hell. 3, 4, 19); figuratively, to put off the body, the clothing of the soul (A. V. be unclothed): 2 Corinthians 5:4; the reading ἐκδυσάμενοι, adopted in 2 Corinthians 5:3 by certain critics (e. g. Mill, Tdf. 7, Reiche, others), is due to a correction by the copyists; see γυμνός, 1 d. (Compare: ἀπεκδύομαι.)