Word Summary
kineō: to move
Original Word: κινέω
Transliteration: kineō
Phonetic Spelling: (kin-eh'-o)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to move
Meaning: to move
Strong's Concordance
move away.

From kio (poetic for eimi, to go); to stir (transitively), literally or figuratively -- (re-)move(-r), way.

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 2795: κινέω

κινέω, κίνω; future κινήσω; 1 aorist infinitive κινῆσαι; passive, present κινοῦμαι; 1 aorist ἐκινήθην; (from κίω, poetic for ἸΩ, εἰμί, Curtius, § 57; hence)

1. properly, to cause to go, i. e. to move, set in motion (from Homer down);

a. properly, in passive (cf. Winers Grammar, 252 (237)) to be moved, move: of that motion which is evidence of life, Acts 17:28 (Genesis 7:21); κινεῖν δακτύλῳ φορτία, to move burdens with a finger, Matthew 23:4; τήν κεφαλήν, to move to and fro (A. V. wag) (expressive of derision), Matthew 27:39; Mark 15:29 (the Sept. for רֹאשׁ הֵנִיעַ), Psalm 21:8 (); Job 16:4; Sir. 12:18, etc.);

b. to move from a place, to remove: τί ἐκ τοῦ τόπου, Revelation 2:5; ἐκ τῶν τόπων, passive, Revelation 6:14.

2. Metaphorically, to move i. e. excite: στάσιν, a riot, disturbance, Acts 24:5 ((see στάσις, 2); ταραχήν, Josephus, b. j. 2, 9, 4); τήν πόλιν, to throw into commotion, passive, Acts 21:30. (Compare: μετακινέω, συγκινέω.)