Word Summary
ekstrephō: to turn inside out, to pervert
Original Word: ἐκστρέφω
Transliteration: ekstrephō
Phonetic Spelling: (ek-stref'-o)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to turn inside out, to pervert
Meaning: to turn inside out, to pervert
Strong's Concordance

From ek and strepho; to pervert (figuratively) -- subvert.

see GREEK ek

see GREEK strepho

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 1612: ἐκστρέφω

ἐκστρέφω: perfect passive ἐξεστραμμαι;

1. to turn or twist out, tear up (Homer, Iliad 17, 58).

2. to turn inside out, invert; tropically, to change for the worse, pervert, corrupt (Aristophanes nub. 554; the Sept. Deuteronomy 32:20): Titus 3:11.

STRONGS NT 1612a: ἐκσῴζω [ἐκσῴζω: 1 aorist ἐξεσωσα; to save from, either to keep or to rescue from danger (from Aeschylus and Herodotus down): εἰς αἰγιαλόν ἐκσωσαι τό πλοῖον, to bring the ship safe to shore, Acts 27:39 WH text; others ἐξῶσαι, see ἐξωθέω, and εἰ I. 7 c.]