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Lexicon :: Strong's G1356 - diopetēs

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διοπετής
Transliteration
diopetēs (Key)
Pronunciation
dee-op-et'-ace
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Part of Speech
adjective
Root Word (Etymology)
From the alternate of Ζεύς (G2203) and the alternate of πίπτω (G4098)
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1x in 1 unique form(s)
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1x in 1 unique form(s)
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0x in 0 unique form(s)
Strong’s Definitions

διοπετής diopetḗs, dee-op-et'-ace; from the alternate of G2203 and the alternate of G4098; sky-fallen (i.e. an aerolite):—which fell down from Jupiter.


KJV Translation Count — Total: 1x

The KJV translates Strong's G1356 in the following manner: which fell down from Jupiter (1x).

KJV Translation Count — Total: 1x
The KJV translates Strong's G1356 in the following manner: which fell down from Jupiter (1x).
  1. fallen from Zeus, i.e. from heaven

  2. an image of the Ephesian Artemis which was supposed to have fallen from heaven

Strong’s Definitions [?](Strong’s Definitions Legend)
διοπετής diopetḗs, dee-op-et'-ace; from the alternate of G2203 and the alternate of G4098; sky-fallen (i.e. an aerolite):—which fell down from Jupiter.
STRONGS NT 1356: διοπετής
διοπετής, -ές, (from Διός of Zeus, and πέτω for πίπτω; in secular writings also διϊπετής), fallen from Zeus, i. e. from heaven: τὸ διοπετές, namely, ἄγαλμα (which is expressed in Euripides, Iph. T. 977; Herodian, 1, 11, 2 [1, Bekker edition; cf. Winer's Grammar, 234 (219); 592 (551)]), an image of the Ephesian Artemis which was supposed to have fallen from heaven, Acts 19:35; [cf. Meyer at the passage; Farrar, St. Paul, 2:13f].
THAYER’S GREEK LEXICON, Electronic Database.
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BLB Scripture Index of Thayer's

Acts
19:35

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Strong's Number G1356 matches the Greek διοπετής (diopetēs),
which occurs 1 times in 1 verses in the TR Greek.

Unchecked Copy BoxAct 19:35 - And when the townclerk had appeased the people, he said, Ye men of Ephesus, what man is there that knoweth not how that the city of the Ephesians is a worshipper of the great goddess Diana, and of the image which fell down from Jupiter? G1356

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