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Strong's #2203 - Ζεύς
Jupiter or Zeus = "a father of helps"
- the national god of the Greeks and corresponds to the Roman Jupiter
Διά, see Ζεύς.]
STRONGS NT 2203: Διός [Διός, see Δίσ.]
STRONGS NT 2203: Δίσ῟ Δίσ῟, an unused nominative for Ζεύς, genitive Διός, accusative Διά (Διαν, Acts 14:12 Tdf. edition 7; see in ἄρρην. and Buttmann, 14 (373)), Zeus, Jupiter, the supreme divinity in the belief of Greeks and Romans; the father of gods and men: Acts 14:12f. (2 Macc. 6:2.) (Cf. Ζεύς.)
STRONGS NT 2203: Ζεύς Ζεύς (but genitive, Διός (dative Διι<), are. Διά (or Διαν) (from old nominative Δίσ῟), Zeus, corresponding to Latin Jupiter (A. V.): Acts 14:12 (see Δίσ῟); ὁ ἱερεύς τοῦ Διός τοῦ ὄντος πρό τῆς πόλεως, the priest of Zeus whose temple was before the city, Acts 14:13 (cf. Meyer at the passage)). See Δίσ῟.
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gen., Διός , dat., Διΐ , acc, Δία (Δίαν , D, al.),
Zeus (Lat. Jupiter): Acts 14:12-13.†
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