G2325 θερίζω - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
θερίζω
to do summer-work, to mow, reap
Dodson:
θερίζω
I reap, gather
I reap, gather, harvest.
Strong's:
θερίζω
to harvest
Derivation: from G2330 (in the sense of the crop);

KJV Usage: reap.

G2330
TBESG:
θερίζω
to reap
G:V
θερίζω
(< θέρος), [in LXX chiefly for קָצַר ;]
to reap:
Refs Mat.6:26, Luk.12:24, Jas.5:4
; fig.,
Refs Mat.25:24, 26, Luk.19:21-22, Jhn.4:36-38, 2Co.9:6, Gal.6:7, 9, Rev.14:15
; with accusative, τ. σαρκικά, 1Co.9:11; φθοράν, ζωὴν αἰώνιον, Gal.6:8; τ. γῆν, Rev.14:16.†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) to reap, harvest
2) proverbial expression for sowing and reaping
3) cut off, destroy
3a) as crops are cut down with a sickle


θερίδω
theridō
ther-id'-zo
From G2330 (in the sense of the crop); to harvest

KJV Usage: reap.


View how G2325 θερίζω is used in the Bible

24 occurrences of G2325 θερίζω

Matthew 6:26 do they reap,
Matthew 25:24 reaping
Matthew 25:26 I reap
Luke 12:24 reap;
Luke 19:21 reapest
Luke 19:22 reaping
John 4:36 he that reapeth
John 4:36 he that reapeth
John 4:37 reapeth.
John 4:38 to reap
1 Corinthians 9:11 shall reap
2 Corinthians 9:6 shall reap
2 Corinthians 9:6 shall reap
Galatians 6:7 shall he
Galatians 6:7 reap.
Galatians 6:8 shall
Galatians 6:8 reap
Galatians 6:8 shall
Galatians 6:8 reap
Galatians 6:9 we shall reap,
James 5:4 of them who have reaped
Revelation 14:15 reap:
Revelation 14:15 to reap;
Revelation 14:16 was reaped.

Distinct usage

3 shall reap
2 reaping
2 he that reapeth
2 shall
2 reap
1 reapest
1 reapeth.
1 shall he
1 reap.
1 was reaped.
1 we shall reap,
1 to reap
1 of them who have reaped
1 reap;
1 do they reap,
1 I reap
1 reap:
1 to reap;

Corresponding Hebrew Words

therizo H2790 charash
therizo H5927 alah
therizo H6998 qataph ni.
therizo H7114 qatsar qal,hi


Related words

G2325 θερίζω

G2326 θερισμός
θερισμός
therismos
ther-is-mos'
From G2325; reaping, that is, the crop

KJV Usage: harvest.


G2327 θεριστής
θεριστής
theristēs
ther-is-tace'
From G2325; a harvester

KJV Usage: reaper.


G2330 θέρος

θέρος
theros
ther'-os
From a primary word θέρω therō (to heat); properly heat, that is, summer

KJV Usage: summer.


G2324 θεράπων
θεράπων
therapōn
ther-ap'-ohn
Apparently a participle from an otherwise obsolete derivation of the base of G2330; a menial attendant (as if cherishing)

KJV Usage: servant.


G2329 θέρμη
θέρμη
thermē
ther'-may
From the base of G2330; warmth

KJV Usage: heat.