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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #1016 - βοῦς

Transliteration
boûs
Phonetics
booce
Origin
probably from the base of (G1006)
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TDNT
None
Definition
Thayer's
  1. an ox, a cow
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 441 ‑ אַלֻּף (al‑loof', al‑loof');  1241 ‑ בָּקָר (baw‑kawr');  6499 ‑ פָּר (par, pawr);  6776 ‑ צֶמֶד (tseh'‑med);  7794 ‑ שׁוֹר (shore);  
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
  3. Parsing
KJV (8)
Luke
3
John
2
1 Corinthians
2
1 Timothy
1
NAS (8)
Luke
3
John
2
1 Corinthians
2
1 Timothy
1
HCS (8)
Luke
3
John
2
1 Corinthians
2
1 Timothy
1
BSB (8)
Luke
3
John
2
1 Corinthians
2
1 Timothy
1
ESV (8)
Luke
3
John
2
1 Corinthians
2
1 Timothy
1
WEB (8)
Luke
3
John
2
1 Corinthians
2
1 Timothy
1
Verse Results
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

βοῦς,

Dor. βῶς Theoc. 9.7, GDI 5005.5 (Gortyn), and : gen. βοός (written βοιός GDI iv p.883 No.62 (Erythrae)), poet. also βοῦ A. Fr. 421, S. Fr. 280: acc. βοῦν IG 12.45 A 11, etc., βῶν Il. 7.238 and Dor., IG 4.914.18, al. (Epid.), SIG 56.16 (Argos), Theoc. 27.64, Ion. and poet. also βόα Pherecyd. 162 J., AP 9.255 (Phil.): dual βόε Hes. Op. 436: pl., nom. βόες, rarely contr. βοῦς Ar. Fr. 760, Plu. Aem. 33, etc.: gen. βοῶν, contr. βῶν Hes. Th. 983; Bocot. βουῶν IG 7.3171.45: dat. βουσί, βόεσσι, βοσί AP 7.622 (Antiphil.); Boeot. βούεσσι IG 7.3171.38: acc. βόας Il. 5.556, al., βοῦς 1.154, al., S. Aj. 175 (lyr.), and Att., Antiph. 172.5, etc. (but later βόας John 2:14, POxy. 729.16 (ii A. D.), etc.): I

1. bullock, bull, ox, or cow, in pl. cattle, commonly fem.: to mark the male Hom. adds a word, β. ἄρσην Il. 20.495; or ταῦρος β. 17.389; as a measure of value, βοὸς ἄξιον 23.885, cf. 7.474 and v. ἀλφεσίβοιος, ἑκατόμβοιος. βοῦς ἄγριος buffalo, Arist. HA 499a4. βοῦς ἐν Συρίᾳ zebu, ib. 606a15; β. ἐν Παιονίᾳ, perh. urus, Id. Mir. 842b33. βοὸς ὄμμα, = βούφθαλμος, AP 4.1.52 (Mel.).

2. metaph. of any dam or mother, μία β. Κρηθεῖ τε μάτηρ καὶ Σαλμωνεῖ Pi. P. 4.142; ἄπεχε τῆς β. τὸν ταῦρον A. Ag. 1125.

II = βοείη or βοέη (always fem.), ox-hide shield, νωμῆσαι βῶν Il. 7.238; τυκτῇσι βόεσσιν 12.105; βόας αὔας ib. 137; γέρρα λευκῶν β. X. An. 5.4.12.

III

1. a fish, perh. Notidanus griseus, Arist. HA 540b17, Fr. 280.

2. a fish of the Nile, Str. 17.2.4. ἔβδομος β. crescent loaf, Clidem. 16. seam, Poll. 7.65. the constellation Taurus, Max. 162. = μάστιξ, Hsch. prov., β. ἐπὶ γλώσσης ἐπιβαίνων Thgn. 815; βοῦς ἐπὶ γλώσσῃ βέβηκε A. Ag. 36; of people who keep silence from some weighty reason, τὸν βοῦν ἐπιτίθημι τῇ γλώττῃ Jul. Or. 7.218a; βοῦς ἐμβαίνει μέγας Strattis 67 (wrongly expld. by Zen. 2.70, etc., of bribery with coins bearing type of ox); β. ἐν πόλει 'bull in a china-shop', Diogcnian. 3.67; β. ἐν αὐλίῳ, of a useless person, Cratin. 32; β. λύρας 'pearls before swine', Macho ap. Ath. 8.349c. (βοῦς (from βωύς, Skt. gaús) acc. βῶν (Skt. gâ´m) are old forms: stem βωϝ-βοϝ-, cf. Lat. (Umbr.) bos, etc.)

Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

βοῦς , βοός , , ,

[in LXX chiefly for H1241;]

an ox, a cow: Luke 13:15; Luke 14:5; Luke 14:19, John 2:14-15, 1 Corinthians 9:9 (LXX), 1 Timothy 5:18.†


Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament.
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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

Except in acc. pl., the inflexions are the same as in Attic, e.g. τὴν βοῦν P Par 58.4 (ii/B.C.) (= Witkowski.2, p. 80), βοός P Fay 62.4 (A.D. 134), βόες , βοῶν , βουσί in Mayser Gr. p. 268. For acc. pl. βόας , as in John 2:14 f., see P Oxy IV. 729.16 (A.D. 137), P Gen I. 48.32 (A.D. 346); but in Ptolemaic times βοῦς survives in P Petr II. 32 (2b).3 (iii/B.C.). The originally Aeolic dat. βόεσι is found OGIS 200.15 (iv/A.D.) θρέψαντες αὐτοὺς βόεσιν : it may have been kept alive by poetry. In Ptolemaic papyri the word generally means cow : Mayser gives ";βοῦς ( ) "; without citing any cases of ὁ β ., though some are indeterminate. The word is quite rare in NT, as in post-Ptolemaic papyri, and has lost any differentia it once had. As with other words of irregular flexion, diminutives (such as βούδιον , βοΐδιον ) and synonyms encroached upon it. MGr has βούδι (βόδι or βόϊδι ). For φόρος βοῶν , the tax levied on those who kept bulls or cows, see Wilcken Ostr. i. p. 352, and on βουκόλος as a priestly title, as in P Lond 41.7 (B.C. 161) (= I. p. 27) ὁ βουκόλος τοῦ Ὀσοράπι , see Otto Priester i. p. 110. Βουκόλος is found in its ordinary sense of ";herdsman"; in P Flor III. 321.14f. (iii/A.D.)

 

 

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βοας βόας βόες βοί βοός βουν βούν βοῦν βους βούς βοῦς βουσί βουσίν βούτομον βούτυρον βουτύρου βουτύρω βοων βοών βοῶν boas bóas boon boôn boōn boō̂n boun boûn bous boûs
Old / New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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