G3566 νυμφίος - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
νυμφίος
a bridegroom, one lately married
bridal
Dodson:
νυμφίος
a bridegroom.
Strong's:
νυμφίος
a bride-groom (literally or figuratively)
Derivation: from G3565;

KJV Usage: bridegroom.

G3565
TBESG:
νυμφίος
bridegroom
G:N-M
νυμφίος, -ου, ὁ
(< νύμφη), [in LXX for חָתָן ;]
a bridegroom:
Refs Mat.9:15 25:1, 5-6 25:10, Mrk.2:19-20, Luk.5:34-35, Jhn.2:9 3:29, Rev.18:23
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(AS)
Thayer:
1) a bridegroom


νυμφίος
numphios
noom-fee'-os
From G3565; a bride groom (literally or figuratively)

KJV Usage: bridegroom.


View how G3566 νυμφίος is used in the Bible

16 occurrences of G3566 νυμφίος

Matthew 9:15 the bridegroom
Matthew 9:15 the bridegroom
Matthew 25:1 the bridegroom.
Matthew 25:5 the bridegroom
Matthew 25:6 bridegroom
Matthew 25:10 the bridegroom
Mark 2:19 the bridegroom
Mark 2:19 the bridegroom
Mark 2:20 the bridegroom
Luke 5:34 the bridegroom
Luke 5:35 bridegroom
John 2:9 the bridegroom,
John 3:29 the bridegroom:
John 3:29 of the bridegroom,
John 3:29 of the bridegroom's
Revelation 18:23 of the bridegroom

Distinct usage

8 the bridegroom
2 bridegroom
1 the bridegroom.
1 the bridegroom,
1 the bridegroom:
1 of the bridegroom,
1 of the bridegroom's
1 of the bridegroom

Corresponding Hebrew Words

numphios H2860 chatan


Related words

G3566 νυμφίος

G3565 νύμφη

νύμφη
numphē
noom-fay'
From a primary but obsolete verb νύπτω nuptō (to veil as a bride; compare the Latin “nupto ” , to marry); a young married woman (as veiled), including a betrothed girl; by implication, a son's wife

KJV Usage: bride, daughter in law.


G3564 Νυμφᾱς
Νυμφᾱς
Numphas
noom-fas'
Probably contracted for a compound of G3565 and G1435; nymph given (that is, born); Nymphas, a Christian

KJV Usage: Nymphas.


G3567 νυμφών
νυμφών
numphōn
noom-fohn'
From G3565; the bridal room

KJV Usage: bridechamber.


Reformed Dating