G250 ἀλόη - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Dodson:
ἀλόη
aloes
aloes, the powdered fragrant aloe wood.
Strong's:
ἀλόη
aloes (the gum)
Derivation: of foreign origin (compare G174);

KJV Usage: aloes.

G174
TBESG:
ἀλόη
aloes
G:N-F
ἀλόη, -ης, ἡ
[in LXX: Sng.4:14 א (אֲהָלִים)* ;]
the aloe, aloes (the powder of a fragrant wood): Jhn.19:39.†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) aloe, aloesThe name of an aromatic tree which grows in eastern India and Cochin China, and whose soft and bitter wood the Orientals used in fumigation and in embalming the dead. The tree grows to a height of
120 feet (40 m) and a girth of
12 feet (4 m).


ἀλοή
aloē
al'-o-ay'
Of foreign origin (compare [H174]); aloes (the gum)

KJV Usage: aloes.


View how G250 ἀλόη is used in the Bible

One occurence of G250 ἀλόη

John 19:39 aloes,

Distinct usage

1 aloes,

Corresponding Hebrew Words

aloe H174 ahalot


Related words

G250 ἀλόη

H174 אהלות אהלים 'ăhâlı̂ym 'ăhâlôth

אהלות אהלים
'ăhâlı̂ym 'ăhâlôth
a-haw-leem', a-haw-loth'
(The second form, which is feminine, is used only in the plural); of foreign origin; aloe wood (that is, sticks)

KJV Usage: (tree of lign-) aloes.