G1419 δυσβάστακτος - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
δυσβάστακτος
grievous to bear
Dodson:
δυσβάστακτος
difficult to carry
difficult to carry, oppressive.
Strong's:
δυσβάστακτος
oppressive
Derivation: from G1418 and a derivative of G941;

KJV Usage: grievous to be borne.

G1418 G941
TBESG:
δυσβάστακτος
ponderous
G:A
δυσ-βάστακτος, -ον
(< βαστάζω), [in LXX for נֵטֶל, Pro.27:3 * ;]
hard to be borne: Mat.23:4 (om. WH, txt., R, mg.), Luk.11:46.†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) hard to be borne


δυσβάστακτος
dusbastaktos
doos-bas'-tak-tos
From G1418 and a derivative of G941; oppressive

KJV Usage: grievous to be borne.


View how G1419 δυσβάστακτος is used in the Bible

2 occurrences of G1419 δυσβάστακτος

Matthew 23:4 grievous to be borne,
Luke 11:46 grievous to be borne,

Distinct usage

2 grievous to be borne,

Corresponding Hebrew Words

dus bastaktos H5192 netel


Related words

G1419 δυσβάστακτος

G1418 δυς

δυς
dus
doos
A primary inseparable particle of uncertain derivation; used only in composition as a prefix; hard, that is, with difficulty

KJV Usage: + hard, + grievous, etc.


G1420 δυσεντερία
δυσεντερία
dusenteria
doos-en-ter-ee'-ah
From G1418 and a compound of G1787 (meaning a bowel); a “dysentery”

KJV Usage: bloody flux.


G1421 δυσερμήνευτος
δυσερμήνευτος
dusermēneutos
doos-er-mane'-yoo-tos
From G1418 and a presumed derivative of G2059; difficult of explanation

KJV Usage: hard to be uttered.


G1422 δύσκολος
δύσκολος
duskolos
doos'-kol-os
From G1418 and κόλον kolon (food); properly fastidious about eating (peevish), that is, (generally) impracticable

KJV Usage: hard.


G1425 δυσνόητος
δυσνόητος
dusnoētos
doos-no'-ay-tos
From G1418 and a derivation of G3539; difficult of perception

KJV Usage: hard to be understood.


G1426 δυσφημία
δυσφημία
dusphēmia
doos-fay-mee'-ah
From a compound of G1418 and G5345; defamation

KJV Usage: evil report.


G941 βαστάζω

βαστάζω
bastazō
bas-tad'-zo
Perhaps remotely derived from the base of G939 (through the idea of removal); to lift, literally or figuratively (endure, declare, sustain, receive, etc.)

KJV Usage: bear, carry, take up.