G3044 Λίνος - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
Λίνος
Linos
Dodson:
Λῖνος
Linus
Linus, a Christian in Rome.
Strong's:
Λίνος
Linus, a Christian
Derivation: perhaps from G3043;

KJV Usage: Linus.

G3043
TBESG:
Λίνος
Linus
N:N-M-P
1. Linos , a mythical minstrel, son of Apollo and Urania (Calliope), teacher of Orpheus, [Refs 3rd c.BC], etc.
2. as appellat., the song or lay of Linos , sung by a boy to the cithara while the vintagers are at work, Λίνον ὑπὸ καλὸν ἄειδεν sang the lovely lay of Linos in accompaniment, [8th/7th c.BC]:—;cf. αἴλινος which is a mournful song. (ML)
Thayer:
1) a Christian at Rome, known to Paul and to Timothy,
2 Ti. 4:21, who was the first bishop of Rome after the apostles (A.D. 64)
Literal: Linus = "a net"


Λῖνος
Linos
lee'-nos
Perhaps from G3043; Linus, a Christian

KJV Usage: Linus.


View how G3044 Λίνος is used in the Bible

One occurence of G3044 Λίνος

2 Timothy 4:21 Linus,

Distinct usage

1 Linus,


Related words

G3044 Λίνος

G3043 λίνον

λίνον
linon
lee'-non
Probably a primary word; flax, that is, (by implication) “linen”

KJV Usage: linen.