Word Summary
rhizoō: to cause to take root
Original Word: ῥιζόω
Transliteration: rhizoō
Phonetic Spelling: (hrid-zo'-o)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to cause to take root
Meaning: to cause to take root
Strong's Concordance

From rhiza; to root (figuratively, become stable) -- root.

see GREEK rhiza

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 4492: ῤιζόω

ῤιζόω, ῥίζω: perfect passive participle ἐρριζωμενος (see Rho); (ῤίζα); from Homer down; to cause to strike root, to strengthen with roots; as often in classical writings (see Passow, under the word, 3; (Liddell and Scott, under I.)), tropically, to render firm, to fix, establish, cause a person or a thing to be thoroughly grounded: passive ἐρριζωμενος (Vulg.radicatus) ἐν ἀγάπη, Ephesians 3:17(18) (not WH); ἐν Χριστῷ, in communion with Christ, Colossians 2:7. (Compare: ἐκριζόω.)