soong-kheh'-o or transliterated: sugchuno;
Parts of Speech
Root Word (Etymology)
from 4862 and cheo (to pour) or its alternate
KJV Translation Count — 5x
Outline of Biblical Usage
1. to pour together, commingle
2. to disturb the mind of one, to stir up to tumult or outbreak
3. to confound or bewilder
soong-kheh'-o; or συγχύνω, soong-khoo'-no; from (4862) (σύν) and χέω (to pour) or its alternate; to comingle promiscuously, i.e. (figurative) to throw (an assembly) into disorder, to perplex (the mind): — confound, confuse, stir up, be in an uproar.
Concordance Results Using KJV
Now when this was noised abroad, the multitude came together, G4797d were G4797ed, G4797cause that every mG4797 heard them speak G4797 his own lG4797guage.
But Saul G4797creased the more G4797 strength, G4797d G4797ed the Jews which dwelt at Damascus, provG4797g that this is very Christ.
Some therefore cried one thG4797g, G4797d some G4797other: for the assembly was G4797d; G4797d the more part knew not wherefore they were come together.
G4797d when the seven days were almost ended, the Jews which were of Asia, when they saw him G4797 the temple, G4797red G4797 all the people, G4797d laid hG4797ds on him,
G4797d as they went about to kill him, tidG4797gs came unto the chief captaG4797 of the bG4797d, that all Jerusalem was G4797 G4797 G4797.