kathiemi

Κάθου [2 verses](verb aor imperat mid ) "Sit" is kathiemi, [not kathemai, which means to "be seated," "sit."], which means to "let fall," "drop," "send down," "pour down," "run down (of rivers)," in a general sense, "set in motion," "employ," "allow to return from exile," "swoop down (like a wind)" and, in the passive, "to be put in motion." It it a general term that has a number of specialized meanings.  - "Sit" it is from a Greek verb means "to let fall" or "to drop," but it has a lot of casual uses such putting things in motion and employing them. It, like many Greek words that have the sense of "sit" begins with the prefix that means "down."

Word Type: 

verb

Number Verses: 

2