G2351 θόρυβος - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
θόρυβος
a noise, uproar, clamour
Dodson:
θόρυβος
confused noise, riot, disturbance
(a) din, hubbub, confused noise, outcry, (b) riot, disturbance.
Strong's:
θόρυβος
a disturbance
Derivation: from the base of G2360;

KJV Usage: tumult, uproar.

G2360
TBESG:
θόρυβος
commotion
G:N-M
θόρυβος, -ου, ὁ
[in LXX for הָמוֹן, etc. ;]
a noise, uproar, tumult, as of an excited mob:
Refs Mat.26:5 27:24, Mrk.14:2, Act.20:1 21:34 24:18
; of mourners, = ὄχλος θορυβούμενος, Mrk.5:38.†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) a noise, tumult, uproar
1a) of persons wailing
1b) of a clamorous and excited multitude
1c) of riotous persons
2) a tumult, as a breach of public order


θόρυβος
thorubos
thor'-oo-bos
From the base of G2360; a disturbance

KJV Usage: tumult, uproar.


View how G2351 θόρυβος is used in the Bible

7 occurrences of G2351 θόρυβος

Matthew 26:5 an uproar
Matthew 27:24 a tumult
Mark 5:38 the tumult,
Mark 14:2 an uproar
Acts 20:1 the uproar
Acts 21:34 tumult,
Acts 24:18 tumult.

Distinct usage

2 an uproar
1 the tumult,
1 the uproar
1 tumult.
1 a tumult
1 tumult,

Corresponding Hebrew Words

thorubos * H17 avoi
thorubos H1995 hamon
thorubos H4103 mehumah
thorubos H6343 pachad
thorubos H7460 raad hi.
thorubos H8643 teruah


Related words

G2351 θόρυβος

G2350 θορυβέω
θορυβέω
thorubeō
thor-oo-beh'-o
From G2351; to be in tumult, that is, disturb, clamor

KJV Usage: make ado (a noise), trouble self, set on an uproar.


G5182 τυρβάζω
τυρβάζω
turbazō
toor-bad'-zo
From τύρβη turbē̄ (Latin turba , a crowd; akin to G2351); to make “turbid”, that is, disturb

KJV Usage: trouble.


G2360 θροέω

θροέω
throeō
thro-eh'-o
From θρέομαι threomai (to wail); to clamor, that is, (by implication) to frighten

KJV Usage: trouble.


G2355 θρῆνος
θρῆνος
thrēnos
thray'-nos
From the base of G2360; wailing

KJV Usage: lamentation.


G2357 θρῆσκος
θρῆσκος
thrēskos
thrace'-kos
Probably from the base of G2360; ceremonious in worship (as demonstrative), that is, pious

KJV Usage: religious.


G2358 θριαμβεύω
θριαμβεύω
thriambeuō
three-am-byoo'-o
From a prolonged compound of the base of G2360 and a derivative of G680 (meaning a noisy iambus, sung in honor of Bacchus); to make an acclamatory procession, that is, (figuratively) to conquer or (by Hebraism) to give victory

KJV Usage: (cause) to triumph (over).