G3691 ὀξύς - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
ὀξύς
sharp, keen
Dodson:
ὀξύς
sharp, swift, eager
(a) sharp, (b) swift, eager.
Strong's:
ὀξύς
keen; by analogy, rapid
Derivation: probably akin to the base of G188 ("acid");

KJV Usage: sharp, swift.

G188
TBESG:
ὀξύς
sharp/swift
G:A
ὄξύς, -εῖα, -ύ
[in LXX: Psa.57:4, al. (חַד), Amo.2:15 (קַל), Isa.5:28 (שָׁנַן), etc. ;]
__1. sharp:
Refs Rev.1:16 2:12 14:14, 17-18 19:15
.
__2. Of motion, swift: Rom.3:15 (LXX ταχινός).†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) sharp
2) swift, quick


ὀξύς
oxus
ox-oos'
Probably akin to the base of G188 (“acid”); keen; by analogy rapid

KJV Usage: sharp, swift.


View how G3691 ὀξύς is used in the Bible

8 occurrences of G3691 ὀξύς

Romans 3:15 are swift
Revelation 1:16 a sharp
Revelation 2:12 the sharp
Revelation 14:14 a sharp
Revelation 14:17 a sharp
Revelation 14:18 the sharp
Revelation 14:18 sharp
Revelation 19:15 a sharp

Distinct usage

4 a sharp
2 the sharp
1 are swift
1 sharp

Corresponding Hebrew Words

oxus H2299 chad
oxus H2789 cheres
oxus H4106 mahir
oxus H7031 qal
oxus H7858 sheteph
oxus H8150 shanan


Related words

G3691 ὀξύς

G3690 ὄξος
ὄξος
oxos
ox'-os
From G3691; vinegar, that is, sour wine

KJV Usage: vinegar.


G3947 παροξύνω
παροξύνω
paroxunō
par-ox-oo'-no
From G3844 and a derivative of G3691; to sharpen alongside, that is, (figuratively) to exasperate

KJV Usage: easily provoke, stir.


G188 ἀκμήν

ἀκμήν
akmēn
ak-mane'
Accusative case of a noun (“acme” ) akin to ἀκή akē (a point) and meaning the same; adverbially just now, that is, still

KJV Usage: yet.


G173 ἄκανθα
ἄκανθα
akantha
ak'-an-thah
Probably from the same as G188; a thorn

KJV Usage: thorn.


G187 ἀκμάζω
ἀκμάζω
akmazō
ak-mad'-zo
From the same as G188; to make a point, that is, (figuratively) mature

KJV Usage: be fully ripe.


G206 ἄκρον
ἄκρον
akron
ak'-ron
Neuter of an adjective probably akin to the base of G188; the extremity

KJV Usage: one end . . . other, tip, top, uttermost part.


G5230 ὑπέρακμος
ὑπέρακμος
huperakmos
hoop-er'-ak-mos
From G5228 and the base of G188; beyond the “acme”, that is, figuratively (of a daughter) past the bloom (prime) of youth

KJV Usage: + pass the flower of (her) age.


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