G945 βαττολογέω - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
βαττολογέω
to speak stammeringly, say the same thing over and over again
Dodson:
βαττολογέω
I chatter, utter empty words
I chatter, am long-winded, utter empty words, stammer, repeat.
Strong's:
βαττολογέω
to stutter, i.e. (by implication) to prate tediously
Derivation: from Βάττος (a proverbial stammerer) and G3056;

KJV Usage: use vain repetitions.

G3056
Thayer:
1) to stammer
2) to repeat the same things over and over, to use many idle words, to babble, prate. Some suppose the word derived from Battus, a king of Cyrene, who is said to have stuttered; others from Battus, an author of tedious and wordy poems.


βαττολογέω
battologeō
bat-tol-og-eh'-o
From Βάττος Battos (a proverbial stammerer) and G3056; to stutter, that is, (by implication) to prate tediously

KJV Usage: use vain repetitions.


View how G945 βαττολογέω is used in the Bible

One occurence of G945 βαττολογέω

Matthew 6:7