G1500 εἰκῆ - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Dodson:
εἰκῇ
without purpose, in vain
without a cause, purpose; purposelessly, in vain, for nothing.
Strong's:
εἰκῆ
idly, i.e. without reason (or effect)
Derivation: probably from G1502 (through the idea of failure);

KJV Usage: without a cause, (in) vain(-ly).

G1502
TBESG:
εἰκῇ
in vain
G:Adv
εἰκῇ (-ῆ, Rec., as in cl.), adv.,
[in LXX: Pro.28:25 (εἰκῇ)* ;]
__1. without cause or reason: Mat.5:22 (E, mg.), Col.2:18 (ICC).
__2. vainly, fruitlessly, to no purpose:
Refs Rom.13:4, 1Co.15:2, Gal.3:4 4:11, Col.2:18
.
† (AS)
Thayer:
1) inconsiderably, without purpose, without just cause
2) in vain
2a) without success or effort


εἰκῆ
eikē
i-kay'
Probably from G1502 (through the idea of failure); idly, that is, without reason (or effect)

KJV Usage: without a cause, (in) vain (-ly.)


View how G1500 εἰκῆ is used in the Bible

7 occurrences of G1500 εἰκῆ

Matthew 5:22 without a cause
Romans 13:4 in vain:
1 Corinthians 15:2 in vain.
Galatians 3:4 in vain?
Galatians 3:4 in vain.
Galatians 4:11 in vain.
Colossians 2:18 vainly

Distinct usage

3 in vain.
1 without a cause
1 in vain?
1 in vain:
1 vainly


Related words

G1500 εἰκῆ

G1502 εἴκω

εἴκω
eikō
i'-ko
Apparently a primary verb; properly to be weak, that is, yield

KJV Usage: give place.


G1503 εἴκω
εἴκω
eikō
i'-ko
Apparently a primary verb (perhaps akin to G1502 through the idea of faintness as a copy); to resemble

KJV Usage: be like.


G5226 ὑπείκω
ὑπείκω
hupeikō
hoop-i'-ko
From G5259 and G1502 εἴκω eikō (to yield, be “weak”); to surrender

KJV Usage: submit self.


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