G1366 δίστομος - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
δίστομος
double-mouthed, with two entrances
Dodson:
δίστομος
two-edged
(lit: twain-mouthed; hence: of a sword, as a drinker of blood), two-edged.
Strong's:
δίστομος
double-edged
Derivation: from G1364 and G4750;

KJV Usage: with two edges, two-edged.

G1364 G4750
TBESG:
δίστομος
double-edged
G:A
δίστομος, -ον
(< δίς, στόμα), [in LXX:
Refs Jdg.3:16, Psa.149:6, Pro.5:4
(פֶּה), Sir.21:3 * ;]
__1. of rivers and roads, double-mouthed, double branching.
__2. Of swords (Eur.; LXX, ll with), two-edged:
Refs Heb.4:12, Rev.1:16 2:12
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(AS)
Thayer:
1) having a double mouth as a river
1a) used of the edge of the sword and of other weapons, so has the meaning of two-edged


δίστομος
distomos
dis'-tom-os
From G1364 and G4750; double edged

KJV Usage: with two edges, two-edged.


View how G1366 δίστομος is used in the Bible

4 occurrences of G1366 δίστομος

Hebrews 4:12 twoedged
Revelation 1:16 twoedged
Revelation 2:12 with two edges;
Revelation 19:15 double-edged

Distinct usage

2 twoedged
1 with two edges;
1 double-edged

Corresponding Hebrew Words

distomos * H6366 piyyot
distomos H8147 shene peyyot


Related words

G1366 δίστομος

G1364 δίς

δίς
dis
dece
Adverb from G1417; twice

KJV Usage: again, twice.


G1250 διακόσιοι
διακόσιοι
diakosioi
dee-ak-os'-ee-oy
From G1364 and G1540; two hundred

KJV Usage: two hundred.


G1323 δίδραχμον
δίδραχμον
didrachmon
did'-rakh-mon
From G1364 and G1406; a double drachma (didrachm)

KJV Usage: tribute.


G1324 Δίδυμος
Δίδυμος
Didumos
did'-oo-mos
Prolonged from G1364; double, that is, twin; Didymus, a Christian

KJV Usage: Didymus.


G1332 διετής
διετής
dietēs
dee-et-ace'
From G1364 and G2094; of two years (in age)

KJV Usage: two years old.


G1337 διθάλασσος
διθάλασσος
dithalassos
dee-thal'-as-sos
From G1364 and G2281; having two seas, that is, a sound with a double outlet

KJV Usage: where two seas met.


G1351 δίλογος
δίλογος
dilogos
dil'-og-os
From G1364 and G3056; equivocal, that is, telling a different story

KJV Usage: double-tongued.


G1362 διπλοῦς
διπλοῦς
diplous
dip-looce'
From G1364 and (probably) the base of G4119; two fold

KJV Usage: double, two-fold more.


G1365 διστάζω
διστάζω
distazō
dis-tad'-zo
From G1364 properly to duplicate, that is, (mentally) to waver (in opinion)

KJV Usage: doubt.


G1367 δισχίλιοι
δισχίλιοι
dischilioi
dis-khil'-ee-oy
From G1364 and G5507; two thousand

KJV Usage: two thousand.


G1369 διχάζω
διχάζω
dichazō
dee-khad'-zo
From a derivative of G1364; to make apart, that is, sunder (figuratively alienate)

KJV Usage: set at variance.


G1370 διχοστασία
διχοστασία
dichostasia
dee-khos-tas-ee'-ah
From a derivative of G1364 and G4714; disunion, that is, (figuratively) dissension

KJV Usage: division, sedition.


G1371 διχοτομέω
διχοτομέω
dichotomeō
dee-khot-om-eh'-o
From a compound of a derivative of G1364 and a derivative of τέμνω temnō (to cut); to bisect, that is, (by extension) to flog severely

KJV Usage: cut asunder (in sunder).


G1374 δίψυχος
δίψυχος
dipsuchos
dip'-soo-khos
From G1364 and G5590; two spirited, that is, vacillating (in opinion or purpose)

KJV Usage: double minded.


G4750 στόμα

στόμα
stoma
stom'-a
Probably stregthened from a presumed derivative of the base of G5114; the mouth (as if a gash in the face); by implication language (and its relations); figuratively an opening (in the earth); specifically the front or edge (of a weapon)

KJV Usage: edge, face, mouth.


G653 ἀποστοματίζω
ἀποστοματίζω
apostomatizō
ap-os-tom-at-id'-zo
From G575 and a (presumed) derivative of G4750; to speak off hand (properly dictate), that is, to catechize (in an invidious manner)

KJV Usage: provoke to speak.


G1993 ἐπιστομίζω
ἐπιστομίζω
epistomizō
ep-ee-stom-id'-zo
From G1909 and G4750; to put something over the mouth, that is, (figuratively) to silence

KJV Usage: stop mouths.


G4751 στόμαχος
στόμαχος
stomachos
stom'-akh-os
From G4750; an orifice (the gullet), that is, (specifically) the “stomach”

KJV Usage: stomach.


Reformed Dating