G3759 οὐαί - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
οὐαί
woe
Dodson:
οὐαί
woe!, alas!
woe!, alas!, uttered in grief or denunciation.
Strong's:
οὐαί
"woe"
Derivation: a primary exclamation of grief;

KJV Usage: alas, woe.

Thayer:
1) alas, woe


οὐαί
ouai
oo-ah'ee
A primary excamation of grief; “woe”

KJV Usage: alas, woe.


View how G3759 οὐαί is used in the Bible

First 30 of 36 occurrences of G3759 οὐαί

Matthew 11:21 {\cf6 Woe
Matthew 11:21 woe
Matthew 18:7 {\cf6 Woe
Matthew 18:7 woe
Matthew 23:13 woe
Matthew 23:14 {\cf6 Woe
Matthew 23:15 {\cf6 Woe
Matthew 23:16 {\cf6 Woe
Matthew 23:23 {\cf6 Woe
Matthew 23:25 {\cf6 Woe
Matthew 23:27 {\cf6 Woe
Matthew 23:29 {\cf6 Woe
Matthew 24:19 woe
Matthew 26:24 woe
Mark 13:17 woe
Mark 14:21 woe
Luke 6:24 woe
Luke 6:25 {\cf6 Woe
Luke 6:25 Woe
Luke 6:26 {\cf6 Woe
Luke 10:13 {\cf6 Woe
Luke 10:13 woe
Luke 11:42 woe
Luke 11:43 {\cf6 Woe
Luke 11:44 {\cf6 Woe
Luke 11:46 {\cf6 Woe
Luke 11:47 {\cf6 Woe
Luke 11:52 {\cf6 Woe
Luke 17:1 woe
Luke 21:23 woe

Distinct usage

20 woe
17 {\cf6 Woe
6 Alas,
3 Woe,
1 woes

Corresponding Hebrew Words

ouai H330 i
ouai H1930 ho
ouai H1945 hoi