G1695 Ἐμμαούς - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Dodson:
Ἐμμαούς
Emmaus
Emmaus, a village not far from Jerusalem.
Strong's:
Ἐμμαούς
Emmaus, a place in Palestine
Derivation: probably of Hebrew origin (compare H3222);

KJV Usage: Emmaus.

H3222
Thayer:
1) the village to which the two disciples were going when our Lord appeared to them on the way, on the day of resurrection. Lk.
24:13. Luke makes its distance from Jerusalem, sixty stadia, or 7.5 miles (12 km); and Josephus mentions "a village called Emmaus" at the same distance. The site of Emmaus remains yet to be identified.
Literal: Emmaus = "warm baths"


Ἐμμαούς
Emmaous
em-mah-ooce'
Probably of Hebrew origin (compare [H3222]); Emmaus, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Emmaus.


View how G1695 Ἐμμαούς is used in the Bible

One occurence of G1695 Ἐμμαούς

Luke 24:13