G2985 λαμπάς - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
λαμπάς
gleaming with torches
a torch
Dodson:
λαμπάς
a torch, lamp, lantern.
Strong's:
λαμπάς
a "lamp" or flambeau
Derivation: from G2989;

KJV Usage: lamp, light, torch.

G2989
TBESG:
λαμπάς
window
G:N-F
λαμπάς, -άδος, ἡ
(< λάμπω), [in LXX for לַפִּיד ;]
a torch (freq. fed, like a lamp, with oil):
Refs Mat.25:1 ff., Jhn.18:3, Act.20:8, Rev.4:5 8:10
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(AS)
Thayer:
1) a torch
2) a lamp, the flame of which is fed with oil


λαμπάς
lampas
lam-pas'
From G2989; a “lamp” or flambeau

KJV Usage: lamp, light, torch.


View how G2985 λαμπάς is used in the Bible

9 occurrences of G2985 λαμπάς

Matthew 25:1 lamps,
Matthew 25:3 lamps,
Matthew 25:4 lamps.
Matthew 25:7 lamps.
Matthew 25:8 lamps
John 18:3 torches
Acts 20:8 lights
Revelation 4:5 lamps
Revelation 8:10 a lamp,

Distinct usage

2 lamps,
2 lamps.
2 lamps
1 torches
1 lights
1 a lamp,

Corresponding Hebrew Words

lampas H3940 lappid
lampas H5043 nevrashta


Related words

G2985 λαμπάς

G2986 λαμπρός
λαμπρός
lampros
lam-pros'
From the same as G2985; radiant; by analogy limpid; figuratively magnificent or sumptuous (in appearance)

KJV Usage: bright, clear, gay, goodly, gorgeous, white.


G2989 λάμπω

λάμπω
lampō
lam'-po
A primary verb; to beam, that is, radiate brilliancy (literally or figuratively)

KJV Usage: give light, shine.


G1584 ἐκλάμπω
ἐκλάμπω
eklampō
ek-lam'-po
From G1537 and G2989; to be resplendent

KJV Usage: shine forth.


G4034 περιλάμπω
περιλάμπω
perilampō
per-ee-lam'-po
From G4012 and G2989; to illuminate all around, that is, invest with a halo

KJV Usage: shine round about.


Reformed Dating