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Entry for Strong's #4651 - σκορπίος

Transliteration
skorpíos
Phonetics
skor-pee'-os  
Word Origin
probably from an obsolete skerpo (perhaps strengthened from the base of (4649) and meaning to pierce)
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TDNT
None
Word Definition [ Thayer | Strong | Mounce ]
Thayer's Definition
  1. a scorpion, the name of a little animal, somewhat resembling a lobster, which in warm regions lurk, esp. in stone walls; it has a poisonous sting in its tail
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 6137 ‑ עַקְרָב (ak‑rawb');  
Frequency Lists  [ Book | Word | Parsing ]
Verse Results
KJV (5) NAS (5) HCS (5)
Luke 2
Revelation 3
Luke 2
Revelation 3
Luke 2
Revelation 3
BYZ TIS TR
N-ASM 1
N-DPM 1
N-GPM 1
N-GSM 1
N-NPM 1
N-ASM 1
N-DPM 1
N-GPM 1
N-GSM 1
N-NPM 1
N-ASM 1
N-DPM 1
N-GPM 1
N-GSM 1
N-NPM 1
NA WH
N-DPM 1
N-GSM 1
T-NPM 1
N-ASM 1
N-DPM 1
N-GPM 2
N-GSM 1
N-NPM 1


Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

σκορπί-ος, ὁ,

scorpion, A. Fr. 169, Pl. Euthd. 290a, Sammelb. 1267.7 (i A.D.), etc.; ς. ὁ χερσαῖος (v. infr. 11 ) Arist. HA 555a23: prov., ὑπὸ παντὶ λίθῳ σκορπίον φυλάσσεο Praxill. 4; ἐν παντὶ ς. φρουρεῖ λίθῳ S. Fr. 37; also σκορπίον ὀκτώπουν ἐγείρεις 'let sleeping dogs lie', Hsch.; ὥσπερ ἔχις ἢ ς. ἠρκὼς τὸ κέντρον D. 25.52 .

II a sea-fish, prob. Scorpaena scrofa, Alex. 261.9, Diocl.Fr. 135, Arist. HA 508b17, Plu. 2.977f; used (like the mugilis in Catull.15.19, Juv. 10.317) to punish adulterers, Pl.Com. 173.21; dub. sens. in LXX 3 Ki. 12.11 .

III scorpion furze, Genista acanthoclada, Thphr. HP 6.1.3, 6.4.1 .

2. scorpion root, Doronicum caucasicum, ib. 9.13.6 .

3. = θηλυφόνον, ib. 9.18.2 . the constellation Scorpio, Cleostrat. 1, Arat. 85, Eudox. ap. Hipparch. 1.2.20, Eratosth. Cat. 7 . an engine of war for discharging arrows, Hero Bel. 74.6, Plu. Marc. 15; σκορπίων σωλῆνες IG 22.1627.333 . a stone, Orph. L. 500, cf. 494 .

Thayer's Expanded Definition
 σκορπίος, σκορπίου, ((for the derivation see the preceding word); from Aeschylus down; on its accent, cf. Chandler § 246), a scorpion, the Sept. for עַקְרָב, the name of a little animal, somewhat resembling a lobster, which in warm regions lurks especially in stone walls; it has a poisonous sting in its tail (McClintock and Strong's Cyclopaedia and BB. DD., under the word): Luke 10:19; Luke 11:12; Revelation 9:3,5, 10.

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Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

σκορπίος , -ου , ,

[in LXX for H6137;]

a scorpion: Luke 10:19; Luke 11:12, Revelation 9:3; Revelation 9:5; Revelation 9:10


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

in early Greek writers = ";throat,"; but afterwards extended to ";stomach,"; as in 1 Timothy 5:23, its only NT occurrence : cf. P Leid Wxvii. 36 (ii/iii A.D.) (= II. p. 145) ἀμφοτέρας (sc. χεῖρας) ἐπὶ τοῦ στομάχου. The word is used metaph. in P Oxy III. 533.14 (ii/iii A.D.) [ν ]α μὴ ἔχωμεν στομάχου [ς ] μηδὲ φθόνον, ";that we may not be caused vexation and annoyance"; (Edd.) : cf. Vett. Val. p. 216.3 γέγονε στόμαχος (";anger";) πρὸς δουλικὸν πρόσωπον.

 

The Vocabulary of the Greek New Testament.
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Derivative Copyright © 2015 by Allan Loder.
List of Word Forms
εσκότασαν εσκότασε εσκότασεν σκορπιοι σκορπίοι σκορπιοις σκορπίοις σκορπιον σκορπίον σκορπίος σκορπιου σκορπίου σκορπιων σκορπίων σκοτάσουσιν skorpioi skorpíoi skorpiois skorpíois skorpion skorpiōn skorpíon skorpíōn skorpiou skorpíou

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