anabaino

 ἀναβέβηκα [14 verses]( verb 1st sg perf ind act ) "I am...ascended" is anabainô, which means "to go up," "to mount," and "to turn up." It is the word used for mounting a horse, going aboard a ship, or ascending to heaven. For plants, it is used specifically to describe when plants grow on sticks or other plants, entwining them, or "mounting" them.  - "I ascend" means "to go up," "to mount," and "to turn up." It has a lot of specific meanings including "ascending to higher knowledge." "Sprung up" is used specifically to describe when plants grow on sticks or other plants, entwining them, or "mounting" them. The root word means "step." And the prefix of the verb means "up."

Word Type: 

verb

Number Verses: 

16