ζευκτήριος, -α -ον (< ζεύγνυμι), fit for joining. As subst., __(a) ζευκτήριον, τό = ζυγόν, a yoke; __(b) ζευκτηρία, -ας, ἡ = ζεύγλη, the crossbar of a double rudder: Act.27:40 (found nowhere else).† (AS)
1) a band, fastening
Feminine of a derivative (at the second stage) from the same as G2218; a fastening (tillerrope)
From the root of ζεύγνυμι zeugnumi (to join, especially by a “yoke”); a coupling, that is, (figuratively) servitude (a law or obligation); also (literally) the beam of the balance (as connecting the scales)
KJV Usage: pair of balances, yoke.
From a compound of G2087 and G2218; to yoke up differently, that is, (figuratively) to associatediscordantly
KJV Usage: unequally yoke together with.
From the same as G2218; a couple, that is, a team (of oxen yoked together) or brace (of birds tied together)
KJV Usage: yoke, pair.
Probably akin to the base of G2218; a belt; by implication a pocket
KJV Usage: girdle, purse.
Neuter of a compound of G5259 and G2218; an animal under the yoke (draughtbeast), that is, (specifically) a donkey