dipsao

ἐδίψησα [10 verses] (verb 1st sg aor ind act) "I was thirsty" is dipsao, which means "to thirst," "to be thirsty," "to be parched," "to be in want of," "to lack," and "to thirst after" a thing.  - "I was thirsty" is another common verb which means "to thirst," "to be thirsty," and "to thirst after" a thing. Again, it is the same verb used in the fourth beatitude.

Word Type: 

verb

Number Verses: 

10