to belch, i.e. (figuratively) to speak out Derivation: of uncertain affinity;
KJV Usage: utter.
ἐρεύγομαι [in LXX chiefly for שָׁאַג, Refs Hos.11:10, Amo.3:4, 8 al.; also for נָבַע, Psa.19:2, etc. ;] __1. to spit or spue out. __2. Prop., of oxen (Hom.), to bellow, roar; whence, as in LXX, to speak aloud, utter: Mat.13:35 (LXX). (For other examples of softened force of words in late Gk., cf. σκύλλω, τρώγω, χορτάζω.) † (AS)
1) to spit or spew out 2) to be emptied, discharge itself, used of streams 2a) to empty, discharge, cast forth, used of rivers and waters 3) to pour forth words, to speak out, utter
Of uncertain affinity; to belch, that is, (figuratively) to speakout