G5440 φυλακτήριον - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
φυλακτήριον
a guarded post, a fort
Dodson:
φυλακτήριον
a phylactery, an amulet
a phylactery, an amulet, a parchment capsule containing little parchment rolls with the Hebrew texts, affixed to the left upper arm or the forehead of men at morning prayer, and regarded as a protection (hence the name) against evil spirits.
Strong's:
φυλακτήριον
a guard-case, i.e. "phylactery" for wearing slips of Scripture texts
Derivation: neuter of a derivative of G5442;

KJV Usage: phylactery.

G5442
Thayer:
1) a fortified place provided with a garrison, a station for a guard or garrison
2) a preservative or safeguard , an amulet. The Jews used this word to describe small strips of parchment on which were written the following passages of the law of Moses, Ex


φυλακτήριον
phulaktērion
foo-lak-tay'-ree-on
Neuter of a derivative of G5442; a guard case, that is, “phylactery” for wearing slips of Scripture texts

KJV Usage: phylactery.


View how G5440 φυλακτήριον is used in the Bible

One occurence of G5440 φυλακτήριον

Matthew 23:5