G903 Βαλαάμ - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Dodson:
Βαλαάμ
Balaam
Balaam, son of Beor of Pethor on the Euphrates, a soothsayer in the Old Testament.
Strong's:
Βαλαάμ
Balaam, a Mesopotamian (symbolic of a false teacher)
Derivation: of Hebrew origin (H1109);

KJV Usage: Balaam.

H1109
Thayer:
1) A native of Pethor a city in Mesopotamia, endued by Jehovah with prophetic power. He was hired by Balak to curse the Israelites; and influenced by the love of reward, he wished to gratify Balak; but he was compelled by Jehovah's power to bless them. Hence later the Jews saw him as a most abandoned deceiver.
Literal: Balaam = "perhaps"


Βαλαάμ
Balaam
bal-ah-am'
Of Hebrew origin [H1109]; Balaam, a mesopotamian (symbolic of a false teacher)

KJV Usage: Balaam.


View how G903 Βαλαάμ is used in the Bible

3 occurrences of G903 Βαλαάμ

2 Peter 2:15
Jude 1:11
Revelation 2:14

Corresponding Hebrew Words

balaam _ H1109 bilam