στόμαχος, -ου, ὁ (< στόμα), prop., a mouth, an opening; __(a) in early Gk. writers, the throat; __(b) of the opening of the stomach (Arist.); __(with) in later writers (Plut., al.), the stomach: 1Ti.5:23.† (AS)
1) the throat 2) an opening, orifice, esp. of the stomach 3) the stomach
From G4750; an orifice (the gullet), that is, (specifically) the “stomach”
Probably stregthened from a presumed derivative of the base of G5114; the mouth (as if a gash in the face); by implication language (and its relations); figuratively an opening (in the earth); specifically the front or edge (of a weapon)
KJV Usage: edge, face, mouth.
From G575 and a (presumed) derivative of G4750; to speakoffhand (properly dictate), that is, to catechize (in an invidious manner)
KJV Usage: provoke to speak.
From G1364 and G4750; doubleedged
KJV Usage: with two edges, two-edged.
From G1909 and G4750; to put something over the mouth, that is, (figuratively) to silence