G1667 ἑλίσσω - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
ἑλίσσω
to turn round, to turn
Dodson:
ἑλίσσω
I roll, roll up
I roll, roll up, fold up.
Strong's:
ἑλίσσω
to coil or wrap
Derivation: a form of G1507;

KJV Usage: fold up.

G1507
TBESG:
ἑλίσσω
to roll up
G:N-N / G:V
ἑλίσσω
[in LXX: Isa.34:4 (גָּלַל ni.), Psa.102:26 (חָלַף hi.), etc. ;]
to roll, roll up: Heb.1:12 (LXX), Rev.6:14.†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) to roll up, fold together


ἑλίσσω
helissō
hel-is'-so
A form of G1507; to coil or wrap

KJV Usage: fold up.


View how G1667 ἑλίσσω is used in the Bible

2 occurrences of G1667 ἑλίσσω

Hebrews 1:12 shalt thou fold
Hebrews 1:12 up,

Distinct usage

1 shalt thou fold
1 up,

Corresponding Hebrew Words

helisso H1556 galal ni.
helisso H1980 halakh hithpa.
helisso H2498 chalaph hi.


Related words

G1667 ἑλίσσω

G1507 εἱλίσσω
εἱλίσσω
heilissō
hi-lis'-so
A prolonged form of a primary but defective verb εἵλω heilō (of the same meaning); to coil or wrap

KJV Usage: roll together. See also G1667.


G1670 ἑλκύω, ἕλκω
ἑλκύω, ἕλκω
helkuō helkō
hel-koo'-o, hel'-ko
Probably akin to G138; to drag (literally or figuratively)

KJV Usage: draw.

Compare G1667.

G1507 εἱλίσσω

εἱλίσσω
heilissō
hi-lis'-so
A prolonged form of a primary but defective verb εἵλω heilō (of the same meaning); to coil or wrap

KJV Usage: roll together. See also G1667.


G257 ἅλων
ἅλων
halōn
hal'-ohn
Probably form the base of G1507; a threshing floor (as rolled hard), that is, (figuratively) the grain (and chaff, as just threshed)

KJV Usage: floor.


G1750 ἐνειλέω
ἐνειλέω
eneileō
en-i-leh'-o
From G1722 and the base of G1507; to enwrap

KJV Usage: wrap in.


G1794 ἐντυλίσσω
ἐντυλίσσω
entulissō
en-too-lis'-so
From G1722 and τυλίσσω tulissō (to twist; probably akin to G1507); to entwine, that is, wind up in

KJV Usage: wrap in (together).


G2947 κυλιόω
κυλιόω
kulioō
koo-lee-o'-o
From the base of G2949 (through the idea of circularity; compare G2945 and G1507); to roll about

KJV Usage: wallow.


G4686 σπεῖρα
σπεῖρα
speira
spi'-rah
Of immediate Latin origin, but ultimately a derivative of G138 in the sense of its cognate, G1507; a coil (spira , “spire”), that is, (figuratively) a mass of men (a Roman military cohort; also [by analogy] a squad of Levitical janitors)

KJV Usage: band.


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