G4557 σαρδόνυξ - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
σαρδόνυξ
the sardonyx
Dodson:
σαρδόνυξ
sardonyx
sardonyx, a precious stone, white streaked with red.
Strong's:
σαρδόνυξ
hence the "onyx" stone); a "sardonyx", i.e. the gem so called
Derivation: from the base of G4556 and ὄνυξ (the nail of a finger;

KJV Usage: sardonyx.

G4556
TBESG:
σαρδόνυξ
sardonyx
G:N-M
σαρδόνυξ (L, σαρδιόνυξ), -υχος, ὁ
(< σάρδιον, ὄνυξ),
sardonyx, a stone marked by the red of the sard and the white of the onyx: Rev.21:20.†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) a sardonyx, a precious stone marked by the red colours of the carnelian (sard) and the white of the onyx


σαρδόνυξ
sardonux
sar-don'-oox
From the base of G4556 and ὄνυξ onux (the nail of a finger; hence the “onyx” stone); a “sardonyx”, that is, the gem so called

KJV Usage: sardonyx.


View how G4557 σαρδόνυξ is used in the Bible

One occurence of G4557 σαρδόνυξ

Revelation 21:20 sardonyx;

Distinct usage

1 sardonyx;


Related words

G4557 σαρδόνυξ

G4556 σάρδιος

σάρδιος
sardios
sar'-dee-os
Proper adjective from an uncertain base; sardian (G3037 being implied), that is, (as noun) the gem so called

KJV Usage: sardius.


G4555 σάρδινος
σάρδινος
sardinos
sar'-dee-nos
From the same as G4556; sardine (G3037 being implied), that is, a gem, so called

KJV Usage: sardine.