G735 Ἄρτεμις - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
Ἄρτεμις
Artemis
Dodson:
Ἄρτεμις
the Persian or Ephesian Artemis
Artemis, a goddess, worshipped principally at Ephesus, typifying fertility (she had no relation with the other Artemis, the maiden huntress, to whom corresponded the Latin Diana).
Strong's:
Ἄρτεμις
prompt; Artemis, the name of a Grecian goddess borrowed by the Asiatics for one of their deities
Derivation: probably from the same as G736;

KJV Usage: Diana.

G736
Thayer:
1) Artemis, that is to say the so called Tauric or Persian or Ephesian Artemis, the goddess of many Asiatic people, to be distinguished from the Artemis of the Greeks, the sister of Apollo. A very splendid temple was built to her at Ephesus, which was set on fire by Herostratus and reduced to ashes; but afterwards in the times of Alexander the Great, it was rebuilt in a style of greater magnificence.
Literal: Diana = "complete light: flow restrained"


Ἄρτεμις
Artemis
ar'-tem-is
Probably from the same as G736; prompt; Artemis, the name of a Grecian goddess borrowed by the Asiatics for one of their deities

KJV Usage: Diana.


View how G735 Ἄρτεμις is used in the Bible

5 occurrences of G735 Ἄρτεμις

Acts 19:24
Acts 19:27
Acts 19:28
Acts 19:34
Acts 19:35