pathétos: one who has suffered or is subject to sufferingOriginal Word: παθητός, ή, όνPart of Speech:
destined to sufferDefinition:
destined to suffer.
Cognate: 3805 pathētós (an adjective, derived from 3958/pasxō, "to experience strong feeling, such as suffering") – properly, "passable, i.e. endued with the capacity of suffering, capable of feeling" (J. Thayer).
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one who has suffered or is subject to sufferingNASB Translation
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3805: παθητόςπαθητός
1. passible (Latinpatibilis, Cicero, de nat. deor. 3, 12, 29), endued with capacity of suffering, capable of feeling; often in Plutarch, as παθητον σῶμα.
2. subject to the necessity of suffering, destined to suffer (Vulg.passibilis): Acts 26:23 (with the thought here respecting Christ as παθητός compare the similar language of Justin Martyr, dialog contra Trypho, chapters 36, 39, 52, 68, 76, 89); cf. Winers Grammar, 97 (92); (Buttmann, 42 (37)); (so in ecclesiastical writings also, cf. Otto's Justin, Greek index under the word; Christ is said to be παθητός and ἀπαθής in Ignatius ad Eph. 7, 2 [ET]; ad Polycarp, 3, 2 [ET]).<1>
From the same as pathema; liable (i.e. Doomed) to experience pain -- suffer.
see GREEK pathema