παγίς, -ίδος, ή (< πήγνυμι), [in LXX for פַּח, מוֹקֵשׁ, רֶשֶׁת, etc. ;] poët. (Aristoph., al.) and late for πάγη, a trap, snare; metaph. (as also in cl.): Refs Luk.21:35, Rom.11:9" (LXX)>Refs
1) snare, trap, noose 1a) of snares in which birds are entangled and caught 1a1) implies unexpectedly, suddenly, because birds and beasts are caught unawares 1b) a snare, i.e. whatever brings peril, loss, destruction 1b1) of a sudden and unexpected deadly peril 1b2) of the allurements and seductions of sin 1b3) the allurements to sin by which the devil holds one bound 1b4) the snares of love
From G4078; a trap (as fastened by a noose or notch); figuratively a trick or stratagem (temptation)
A prolonged form of a primary verb (which in its simpler form occurs only as an alternate in certain tenses); to fix (“peg”), that is, (specifically) to setup (a tent)
KJV Usage: pitch.
G697 Ἄρειος ΠάγοςἌρειος Πάγος
From Ἄρης Arēs (the name of the Greek deity of war) and a derivative of G4078; rockofAres, a place in Athens
KJV Usage: Areopagus, Mars’ Hill.
From a derivative of G4078 (meaning thick); to thicken, that is, (by implication) to fatten (figuratively stupefy or rendercallous)
KJV Usage: wax gross.
From G4078; rue (from its thick or fleshy leaves)
KJV Usage: rue.
Probably from G4078 (through the idea of gushing plumply); a fount (literally or figuratively), that is, source or supply (of water, blood, enjoyment), (not necessarily the original spring)
KJV Usage: fountain, well.
Perhaps from G4078 (through the idea of piercing); sharp (pungent), that is, acrid (literally or figuratively)
KJV Usage: bitter.
From G4314 and G4078; to fastento, that is, (specifically) to impale (on a cross)
KJV Usage: crucify.
From G4636 and G4078; the FestivalofTabernacles (so called from the custom of erecting booths for temporary homes)