That he may dip (ina bapsh). First aorist active subjunctive of baptw, common verb, to dip. In water (udato). Genitive, the specifying case, water and not something else. Cool (katapsuxh). First aorist active subjunctive of katapsucw, a late Greek compound, to cool off, to make cool. Only here in the N.T. but common in medical books. Note perfective use of kata- (down). A small service that will be welcome. For I am in anguish (oti odunwmai). The active has a causative sense to cause intense pain, the middle to torment oneself ( Luke 2:48 ; Acts 20:38 ), the passive to be translated as here. Common verb, but no other examples in the N.T.