λιθό-στρωτος, -ον (< στρώννυμι), [in LXX: Refs 2Ch.7:3, Est.1:6, Sng.3:10 (רִצְפָּה, רָצַף)* ;] paved with stones, esp. of tessallated work (Ca, i.e.); as subst., τὸ λ., a tessallated pavement: Jhn.19:13 (cf. Γαββαθᾶ).† (AS)
1) spread (paved with stones) 2) a mosaic or tessellated pavement 2a) of a place near the praetorium or palace of Jerusalem 2b) an apartment whose pavement consists of tessellated work 2c) of places in the outer courts of temple
From G3037 and a derivative of G4766; stonestrewed, that is, a tessellated mosaic on which the Roman tribunal was placed
Or a simpler form στρωννύω strōnnuō strone'-noo'-o , prolonged from a still simpler form στρόω stroō stro'-o (used only as an alternate in certain tenses; probably akin to G4731 through the idea of positing); to “strew”, that is, spread (as a carpet or couch)
KJV Usage: make bed, furnish, spread, strew.
Probably from the base of G4766; a star (as strown over the sky), literally or figuratively
KJV Usage: star.
From G2596 and G4766; to strewdown, that is, (by implication) to prostrate (slay)
KJV Usage: overthrow.
Feminine of a derivative of στρατός stratos (an army; from the base of G4766, as encamped); camplikeness, that is, an army, that is, (figuratively) the angels, the celestial luminaries
KJV Usage: host.
From G5259 and G4766; to strewunderneath (the feet as a carpet)