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Entry for Strong's #1186 - δένδρον

Transliteration
déndron
Phonetics
den'-dron  
Word Origin
probably from drus (an oak)
Parts of Speech
Noun Neuter
TDNT
None
Word Definition [ Thayer | Strong | Mounce ]
Thayer's Definition
  1. a tree
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 363 ‑ אִילָן (ee‑lawn');  424 ‑ אֵלָה (ay‑law');  437 ‑ אַלּוֹן (al‑lone');  842 ‑ אֲשֵׁירָה (ash‑ay‑raw', ash‑ay‑raw');  6086 ‑ עֵץ (ates);  6628 ‑ צֶאֱלִים (tseh'‑el);  
Frequency Lists  [ Book | Word | Parsing ]
Verse Results
KJV (26) NAS (25) HCS (25)
Matthew 7
Mark 2
Luke 5
Jude 1
Revelation 4
Matthew 7
Mark 1
Luke 5
Jude 1
Revelation 4
Matthew 12
Mark 1
Luke 7
Jude 1
Revelation 4
BYZ TIS TR
N-APN 3
N-ASN 5
N-GPN 5
N-NPN 1
N-NSN 12
N-APN 3
N-ASN 5
N-GPN 4
N-NPN 1
N-NSN 12
N-APN 2
N-ASN 5
N-GPN 5
N-NPN 2
N-NSN 12
NA WH
N-APN 3
N-ASN 5
N-GPN 4
N-NPN 1
N-NSN 12
N-APN 3
N-ASN 5
N-GPN 4
N-NPN 1
N-NSN 12


Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

δένδρον, v. δένδρεον.

δένδρεον, δένδρον, and δένδρος, τό

(late δένδρος, ὁ, Ath.Med. ap. Orib. inc. 7.4), δένδρεον always in (δενδρέῳ, δενδρέων, disyll., Il. 3.152, Od. 19.520), also Ion., Hdt. 4.22, and Dor., IG 4.951.90 (Epid., iii B. C.); Aeol. δένδριον Theoc. 29.12; later δένδρειον, τό, Arat. 1008, Nic. Th. 832: δένδρος, τό, nom., IG 14.1934i3; acc., Hdt. 6.79; gen. δένδρεος IG 4.951.91, δένδρους Meno Iatr. 32.53; dat. δένδρει, Ion. -εϊ Hp. Nat.Puer. 26, Meno Iatr. 33.4, Arr. Ind. 7.11: nom. pl. δένδρη E. Fr. 484.5, Pherecr. 130.9, IG 4.951.121, PHal. 1.99 (iii B. C.), Ant.Lib. 31.5; dat. pl. δένδρεσι Hdt. 2.138, Hp. Nat.Puer. 26 (and so usu. in Att. Prose. as Th. 2.75, Pl. Lg. 625b, cf. Moer. 131, and later, as BCH 12.27 (Mylasa), Str. 2.1.14), late δενδράσι v.l. in J. BJ 6.1.1: indeterminate forms, nom. pl. δένδρεα Hecat. 292 (a) J., Hdt. 1.17, al., E. Ba. 563 (lyr.); gen. δενδρέων Hdt. 1.202, al., Tab.Heracl. 1.129, al.: δέδρον, τό, first in Hdt. 1.193, 3.107, regul. in Att., Lys. 7.28, etc., and later Gr. (exc. in dat. pl., v. supr.), cf. Ael.Dion. Fr. 119:

tree: δένδρον ἐλάας an olive- tree, Ar. Av. 617; δ. ἄρκτου, = ἀκτῆ, Ps.- Dsc. 4.173; δένδρα fruit- or mast-bearing trees, opp. ὕλη, timber, Th. 4.69; δ. ἥμερα καὶ ἄγρια Hdt. 8.115; δένδρα tall plants, Id. 1.193 (so of rattan, Thphr. HP 5.4.7; mustard, Matthew 13:32); αὖον δ. stick, Call. Fr. 49.

Thayer's Expanded Definition

δένδρον, δένδρου, τό, a tree: Matthew 7:17, etc.; γίνεσθαι δένδρον or εἰς δένδρον, to grow to the shape and size of a tree, Matthew 13:32; Luke 13:19. ((Homer, Herodotus), Aristophanes, Thucydides down.)

STRONGS NT 1186a: δεξιοβόλος δεξιοβόλος, δεξιοβολου, (from δεξιός and βάλλω), throwing with the right hand, a slinger, an archer: Acts 23:23 in Lachmann edition min.; cf. the following word.

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Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

δένδρον , -ου , τό

[in LXX for H6086, etc.;]

a tree: Matthew 3:10, al.; δ . ἀγαθόν , Matthew 7:17-18; δ . καλόν , Matthew 12:33, Luke 6:43; δ . σαπρόν , Matthew 7:17-18; Matthew 12:33, Luke 6:43; γίνεσθαι δ ., Matthew 13:32; γ . εἰς δ ., Luke 13:19.


Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament.
Copyright © 1922 by G. Abbott-Smith, D.D., D.C.L.. T & T Clarke, London.
Vocabulary of the Greek NT

The heteroclite pl. δένδρη occurs in P Hal I. 1.99 (c. B.C. 250), where it is laid down that one who plants an olive or a fig-tree must do it 9 ft. from his neighbour’s boundary, τ [ὰ δ᾽ ἄλλα δένδρη πέντε [πό ]δας . So in Syll 802.121 (iii/B.C.) where a blind man ";incubating"; in the Asclepieum dreamed that the god pulled his eyes open with his fingers, καὶ ἰδεῖν τὰ δένδρη πρᾶτον τὰ ἐν τῶι ἱαρῶι : the resemblance in language to Mark 8:24 may be noted. The same inscr. tells of a man who fell ἀπὸ τοῦ δένδρεος (l..91—he had climbed ἐπὶ δένδρεόν τι in l..90) : Attic preserved the dat. pl. δένδρεσι . Perhaps by fusion of δένδρεον and δένδρος (neut.) the regular δένδρον arose, which is normal in Hellenistic. Thus Syll 535.16 (Boeotian—late iv/B.C.) τὰ δένδρα ὅσ᾽ ἂν εἶ ἐν τῶι χωρίωι , ib. 532.13 (Ionic—early iv/B.C.) δένδρα ἕμερα μὴ κόπτεν —";tame"; trees are the opposite of ";wild";—, ib. 790.73 (i/B.C.), etc. It is needless to quote papyri for the word. MGr δέντρο , also δεντρί (i.e. δενδρίον ) and diminutive δεντράκι .

 

 

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δενδρα δένδρα δενδρον δένδρον δένδρου δένδρω δενδρων δένδρων δεξαμένας dendra déndra dendron dendrōn déndron déndrōn
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