G4485 ῥῆγμα - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
ῥῆγμα
a breakage, fracture
Dodson:
ῤῆγμα
a ruin
what is broken, a ruin.
Strong's:
ῥῆγμα
something torn, i.e. a fragment (by implication and abstractly, a fall)
Derivation: from G4486;

KJV Usage: ruin.

G4486
Thayer:
1) that which has been broken or rent asunder
1a) a fracture, breach, cleft
1b) rent clothes
1c) fall, ruin


ῥῆγμα
rhēgma
hrayg'-mah
From G4486; something torn, that is, a fragment (by implication and abstraction, a fall)

KJV Usage: ruin.


View how G4485 ῥῆγμα is used in the Bible

One occurence of G4485 ῥῆγμα

Luke 6:49

Corresponding Hebrew Words

rhegma H1233 beqia
rhegma H7168 qeraim