G4768 στυγνάζω - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
στυγνάζω
to look gloomy, be sorrowful
Dodson:
στυγνάζω
I am gloomy
I am gloomy, have a somber countenance, am shocked.
Strong's:
στυγνάζω
to render gloomy, i.e. (by implication) glower (be overcast with clouds, or sombreness of speech)
Derivation: from the same as G4767;

KJV Usage: lower, be sad.

G4767
TBESG:
στυγνάζω
be gloomy
G:V
στυγνάζω
(< στυγνός, sombre, gloomy, sullen,
Refs Isa.5:17, Wis.17:5
, Dan LXX 2:12*), [in LXX:
Refs Eze.27:35 28:19 32:10
(שָׁמֵם)* ;]
to have a sombre, gloomy appearance: of the human countenance (RV, his countenance fell), Mrk.10:22; of the sky (so στυγνότης, Polyb., iv, 21, 1), Mat.16:3 ([WH], R, mg., om.).†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) to be sad, sorrowful
2) metaph. of the sky covered with clouds


στυγνάζω
stugnazō
stoog-nad'-zo
From the same as G4767; to render gloomy, that is, (by implication) glower (be overcast with clouds, or sombreness of speech)

KJV Usage: lower, be sad.


View how G4768 στυγνάζω is used in the Bible

2 occurrences of G4768 στυγνάζω

Matthew 16:3 and threatening.
Mark 10:22 he was sad

Distinct usage

1 he was sad
1 and threatening.

Corresponding Hebrew Words

stugnazo H8074 shamem qal.,hi.
H4769 stulos H134 eden
stulos H3805 koteret
stulos * H4676 matstsevah
stulos H5977 omed
stulos H5982 ammud
stulos H7175 qeresh


Related words

G4768 στυγνάζω

G4767 στυγνητός

στυγνητός
stugnētos
stoog-nay-tos'
From a derivative of an obsolete, apparently primary, word στύγω stugō (to hate); hated, that is, odious

KJV Usage: hateful.


G655 ἀποστυγέω
ἀποστυγέω
apostugeō
ap-os-toog-eh'-o
From G575 and the base of G4767; to detest utterly

KJV Usage: abhor.


G2319 θεοστυγής
θεοστυγής
theostugēs
theh-os-too-gace'
From G2316 and the base of G4767; hateful to God, that is, impious

KJV Usage: hater of God.