Hew, Hew down, Hewn - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Hew, Hew down, Hewn[ A-1,Verb,G1581, ekkopto ]
to cut out or down" (ek, "out of," kopto, "to cut"), is rendered "to hew down," of trees, Matthew 3:10; Matthew 7:19 (a similar testimony by John the Baptist and Christ); Luke 3:9. See CUT, HINDER.
[ A-2,Verb,G2998, latomeo ]
signifies "to hew out stones" (from latomos, "a stone-cutter;" las, "a stone," temno, "to cut"), and is used of the sepulchre which Joseph of Arimathaea had "hewn" out of a rock for himself, where the body of the Lord was buried, Matthew 27:60; Mark 15:46.
[ B-1,Adjective,G2991, laxeutos ]
denotes "hewn in stone" (las, "a stone," xeo, "to scrape;" cp. A, No. 2), is used of Christ's tomb, in Luke 23:53.