G3434 Μολόχ - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Dodson:
Μολόχ
Moloch
Moloch, a god worshipped by several Semitic peoples.
Strong's:
Μολόχ
Moloch (i.e. Molek), an idol
Derivation: of Hebrew origin (H4432);

KJV Usage: Moloch.

H4432
Thayer:
1) the name of the idol god of the Ammonites, to which human victims, particularly young children were offered in sacrifice. Its image was a hollow brazen figure, with the head of an ox, and outstretched human arms. It was heated red hot by a fire from within, and the little ones placed in its arms to be slowly burned, while to prevent the parents from hearing the dying cries, the sacrificing priests beat drums
Literal: Molech = "king"


Μολόχ
Moloch
mol-okh'
Of Hebrew origin [H4432]; Moloch (that is, Molek), an idol

KJV Usage: Moloch.


View how G3434 Μολόχ is used in the Bible

One occurence of G3434 Μολόχ

Acts 7:43

Corresponding Hebrew Words

moloch _ H4428 melekh