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Old & New Testament Greek

Entry for Strong's #2393 - ἴασπις

Word Origin:
probably of foreign origin, see (03471)
Parts of Speech:
Noun Feminine
Word Definition  [ Thayer's | Strong's ]
Thayer's Definition
  1. jasper, a precious stone of various colours (for some are purple, others blue, others green, and others the colour of brass)
There is one kind called the Aeizusa, like to air and anotherCrystallizusa, clear as crystal. So Pliny speaks of a white Jaspercalled Astrios, and which, he says is "crystallo propinquans", nearto crystal, found in India, and on the shores of Pallene. (Gill)
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 3095 ‑ יַהֲלֹם (yah‑hal‑ome');   3471 ‑ יָשְׁפֶה (yaw‑shef‑ay');   3539 ‑ כַּדְכֹּד (kad‑kode');  
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

ἴασπ-ῐς, ιδος

(but acc. ἴασπιν Orph. L. 267, 613), ,

I jasper, Pl. Phd. 110d, IG 22.1388.88, 7.2420 (Thebes, iii B.C.), Thphr. Lap. 23, AP 9.746 (Polemo).

II = χρυσόγονον, Dsc. 4.56. (Cf. Hebr. yâðpheh).

Thayer's Expanded Definition
 ἰάσπις, ἰασπιδος, (from Plato down), jasper; a precious stone of divers colors (for some are purple, others blue, others green, and others of the color of brass; Pliny, h. n. 37,37 (8)): Revelation 4:3; Revelation 21:11,18f. (But many think (questionably) the diamond to be meant here; others the precious opal; see Riehm, HWB, under the word Edelsteine, 8,10; B. D. under the word ; cf. ' Bible Educator' 2:352.)

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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

Syll 587.87 f. (iv/B.C.) σφραγὶς ἴασπις χρυσον δακτύλ [ιον ἔχοσα,] σφραγὶς ἴασπις περικεχρυσωμένη. The word is Phoenician (Boisacq, p. 364).


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ιασπιδι ιάσπιδι ἰάσπιδι ίασπιν ιασπις ιάσπις ἴασπις iaspidi iáspidi iaspis íaspis
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