G5924 - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number


See Definition for palaios { [G3820]}
See Definition for archaios { [G744]}

According to their derivation, palaios is that which has been in
existence for a long time, archaios that which has been from the
beginning. In use, at times no distinction can be drawn. Often,
however, archaios does denote distinctively that which has been from
the beginning, and so it reaches back to a point of time beyond
palaios. palaios has often the secondary meaning of that which
is old and so worn out, having suffered more or less from the injuries
and ravages of time, its opposite in this sense being kainos.