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Strong's #5022 - ταῦρος
- a bull or ox
ταῦρος, ὁ, bull, Il. 2.481, etc.; as a sacrifice to Poseidon, 11.728, Od. 13.181; also ταῦρος βοῦς Il. 17.389; ἄπεχε τῆς βοὸς τὸν τ., oracularly of Agamemnon and his wife, A. Ag. 1126 (lyr.).
2. priest of Poseidon Taureios, Ath. 10.425c.
3. a kind of Lycian boat with bull as figurehead, postulated to explain Europa's bull, Poll. 1.83.
II the bull as a sign of the Zodiac, Eudox. ap. Hipparch. 1.2.10, Arat. 167, al., IG 14.1307, Supp.Epigr. 7.363.8 (Dura-Europus, ii A.D.), etc.
III = κοχώνη, Poll. 2.173, Gal. 14.706: also the pudenda muliebria, Phot.: the male αἰδοῖον, Suid. (Cf. Lat. taurus, Lith. tauras, Slav. tur[ucaron], etc.)
ταῦρος, ταύρου, ὁ (from the root meaning 'thick', 'stout'; allied with σταυρός, which see; cf. Vanicek, p. 1127; Fick Part i., p. 246. Cf. English steer), from Homer down, the Sept. for שׁור, a bull (ox): Matthew 22:4; Acts 14:13; Hebrews 9:13; Hebrews 10:4.
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ταῦρος , -ου , ὁ ,
[in LXX chiefly for H7794;]
a bull: Matthew 22:4, Acts 14:13, Hebrews 9:13; Hebrews 10:4.†
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