Word Summary
ochleō: to disturb, trouble
Original Word: ὀχλέω
Transliteration: ochleō
Phonetic Spelling: (okh-leh'-o)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to disturb, trouble
Meaning: to disturb, trouble
Strong's Concordance
to trouble, afflict

From ochlos; to mob, i.e. (by implication) to harass -- vex.

see GREEK ochlos

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 3791: ὀχλέω

ὀχλέω, ὄχλῳ: present passive participle ὀχλουμενος; (ὄχλος); properly, to excite a mob against one; (in Homer (Iliad 21, 261) to disturb, roll away); universally, to trouble, molest (τινα, Herodotus 5, 41; Aeschylus, others); absolutely, to be in confusion, in an uproar (3Macc. 5:41); passive to be vexed, molested, troubled: by demons, Luke 6:18, R G L (where T Tr WH ἐνοχλούμενοι — the like variation of text in Herodian, 6, 3, 4); Acts 5:16; Tobit 6:8 (7); Acta Thomae § 12. (Compare: ἐνοχλέω, παρενοχλέω.)