G3455 μυκάομαι - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
μυκάομαι
to grate, creak
Dodson:
μυκάομαι
I bellow, roar.
Strong's:
μυκάομαι
to bellow (roar)
Derivation: from a presumed derivative of μύζω ( to "moo");

KJV Usage: roar.

TBESG:
μυκάομαι
to roar
G:V
μυκάσμαι, -ῶμαι in cl. chiefly poët.,
[in Sm.: Job.6:5 * ;]
prop., of oxen (onomatop.), to low, bellow; of a lion, to roar: Rev.10:3.†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) to low, bellow, properly of horned cattle
2) to roar, of a lion


μυκάομαι
mukaomai
moo-kah'-om-ahee
From a presumed derivative of μύζω muzō (to “moo”); to bellow (roar)

KJV Usage: roar.


View how G3455 μυκάομαι is used in the Bible

One occurence of G3455 μυκάομαι

Revelation 10:3 roareth:

Distinct usage

1 roareth:


Related words

G3455 μυκάομαι

G3456 μυκτηρίζω
μυκτηρίζω
muktērizō
mook'-tay-rid'-zo
From a derivative of the base of G3455 (meaning snout, as that whence lowing proceeds from); to make mouths at, that is, ridicule

KJV Usage: mock.


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