kleio

κλείετε [5 verses](verb 2nd pl pres ind act) "Ye shut up" can be one of two words. One is kleio, which means "to shut," "to close," "to bar," "to block up," "to shut in," "to confine," and "to shut up." It is a metaphor for causing the heavens to withhold rain. However, this form of the word is also a form of the verb kleo, which means to "tell of," "make famous," and" "celebrate." -- The word translated as "ye shut up" means "to close" or "to shut in." 

Word Type: 

verb

Number Verses: 

5