G4578 σεισμός - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
σεισμός
a shaking, shock
Dodson:
σεισμός
an earthquake, storm
a shaking (as an earthquake); a storm.
Strong's:
σεισμός
a commotion, i.e. (of the air) a gale, (of the ground) an earthquake
Derivation: from G4579;

KJV Usage: earthquake, tempest.

G4579
TBESG:
σεισμός
earthquake
G:N-M
σεισμός, -οῦ, ὁ
(< σείω), [in LXX chiefly for רַעַשׁ ;]
a shaking, commotion, as a tempest at sea: Mat.8:24; esp. an earthquake:
Refs Mat.24:7 27:54 28:2, Mrk.13:8, Luk.21:11, Act.16:26, Rev.6:12 8:5 11:13, 19 16:18
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(AS)
Thayer:
1) a shaking, a commotion
2) a tempest
3) an earthquake


σεισμός
seismos
sice-mos'
From G4579; a commotion, that is, (of the air) a gale, (of the ground) an earthquake

KJV Usage: earthquake, tempest.


View how G4578 σεισμός is used in the Bible

14 occurrences of G4578 σεισμός

Matthew 8:24 tempest
Matthew 24:7 earthquakes,
Matthew 27:54 the earthquake,
Matthew 28:2 earthquake:
Mark 13:8 earthquakes
Luke 21:11 earthquakes
Acts 16:26 earthquake,
Revelation 6:12 earthquake;
Revelation 8:5 an earthquake.
Revelation 11:13 earthquake,
Revelation 11:13 earthquake
Revelation 11:19 an earthquake,
Revelation 16:18 earthquake,
Revelation 16:18 an earthquake,

Distinct usage

3 earthquake,
2 earthquakes
2 an earthquake,
1 earthquakes,
1 the earthquake,
1 earthquake;
1 tempest
1 earthquake:
1 an earthquake.
1 earthquake

Corresponding Hebrew Words

seismos H5591 searah
seismos H7494 raash


Related words

G4578 σεισμός

G4579 σείω

σείω
seiō
si'-o
Apparently a primary verb; to rock (vibrate, properly sideways or to and fro), that is, (generally) to agitate (in any direction; cause to tremble); figuratively to throw into a tremor (of fear or concern)

KJV Usage: move, quake, shake.


G383 ἀνασείω
ἀνασείω
anaseiō
an-as-i'-o
From G303 and G4579; figuratively to excite

KJV Usage: move, stir up.


G1286 διασείω
διασείω
diaseiō
dee-as-i'-o
From G1223 and G4579; to shake thoroughly, that is, (figuratively) to intimidate

KJV Usage: do violence to.


G2678 κατασείω
κατασείω
kataseiō
kat-as-i'-o
From G2596 and G4579; to sway downward, that is, make a signal

KJV Usage: beckon.


G4525 σαίνω
σαίνω
sainō
sah'ee-no
Akin to G4579; to wag (as a dog its tail fawningly), that is, (generally) to shake (figuratively disturb)

KJV Usage: move.


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