G217 ἅλας - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
ἅλας
salt
Dodson:
ἅλας
salt.
Strong's:
ἅλας
salt; figuratively, prudence
Derivation: from G251;

KJV Usage: salt.

G251
Thayer:
1) salt with which food is seasoned and sacrifices are sprinkled
2) those kinds of saline matter used to fertilise arable land
3) salt is a symbol of lasting concord, because it protects food from putrefaction and preserves it unchanged. Accordingly, in the solemn ratification of compacts, the orientals were, and are to this day, accustomed to partake of salt together
4) wisdom and grace exhibited in speech


ἅλας
halas
hal'-as
From G251; salt; figuratively prudence

KJV Usage: salt.


View how G217 ἅλας is used in the Bible

4 occurrences of G217 ἅλας

Matthew 5:13
Mark 9:50
Luke 14:34
Colossians 4:6

Corresponding Hebrew Words

halas H4414 malach hoph.
halas H4416 melach