κατά-νυξις, -εως, ἡ (< κατανύσσω, which see), [in LXX: Psa.60:3 (תַּרְעֵלָה), Isa.29:10 (תַּרְדֵּמָה)* ;] __1. a pricking. __2. (Perhaps through resembl. of κατανύσσω to -νυστάζω), torpor of mind, stupefaction: Rom.11:8 (LXX) (see ICC, in l; Field, Notes, 157).† (AS)
1) a pricking, piercing 2) severe sorrow, extreme grief 3) insensibility or torpor of mind, such as extreme grief easily produces 3a) hence a "spirit of stupor", which renders their souls torpid so insensible that they are not affected at all by the offer made them of salvation through the Messiah
From G2660; a prickling (sensation, as of the limbs asleep), that is, (by implication [perhaps by some confusion with G3506 or even with G3571]) stupor (lethargy)
A primary word; “night” (literally or figuratively)
KJV Usage: (mid-) night.
From G1223 and a derivative of G3571; to situpthewholenight
KJV Usage: continue all night.
Neuter of a compound of G1722 and G3571; (adverbially) bynight
KJV Usage: before day.
Feminine singular participle of a compound of G1909 and εἷμι heimi (to go); supervening, that is, (G2250 or G3571 being expressed or implied) the ensuing day or night
KJV Usage: following, next.
Neuter of a compound of G3319 and G3571; midnight (especially as a watch)
KJV Usage: midnight.
From G3571 and G2250; a day and night, that is, full day of twenty four hours