τετραάρχης (Rec. τετράρχης, see supr.), -ου, ὁ (< τετρα- in corp. = τέτορα, Doric for τέσσαρα, + ἄρχω), a tetrarch, i.e. __(a) prop., the governor of a fourth part of a region (Strab.); __(b) any petty ruler (Plut.); in NT, of Herod Antipas: Refs Mat.14:1, Luk.3:19 9:7, Act.13:1.† (AS)
1) a tetrarch 1a) a governor of the fourth part of a region. Thus Strabo states that Galactia was formerly divided into three parts, each one of which was distributed into four smaller subdivisions each of which was governed by a tetrarch. Strabo relates that Thessaly, before the time of Philip of Macedon, had been divided into four tetrarchies, each having its own tetrarch. 1b) the governor of a third part or half a country, or even a ruler of an entire country or district provided it were of comparatively narrow limits; a petty prince. Thus Antony made Herod (afterwards king) and Phasael, sons of Antipater, tetrarchs of Palestine. After the death of Herod the Great, his sons, Achelaus styled an ethnarch but Antipas and Philip with the title of tetrarchs, divided and governed the kingdom left by their father.
From G5064 and G757; the rulerofafourth part of a country (“tetrarch”)
Neuter and a plural number; four
KJV Usage: four.
From G1176 and G5064; ten and four, that is, fourteen
KJV Usage: fourteen.
The decade of G5064; forty
KJV Usage: forty.
From G5064 and G2532 and G1182; fourteenth
KJV Usage: fourteenth.
From G5064; pertaining to the fourth day
KJV Usage: four days.
From G5064; fourth
KJV Usage: four (-th).
From G5064 and G1137; fourcornered, that is, square
KJV Usage: foursquare.
Neuter of a presumed derivative of τέτρας tetras (a tetrad; from G5064); a quaternion or squad (picket) of four Roman soldiers
KJV Usage: quaternion.
From the multiplicative adverb of G5064 and G5507; fourtimesathousand
KJV Usage: four thousand.
G5071 τετρακόσιοι τετρακόσιατετρακόσιοι τετρακόσια
Neuter and plural from G5064 and G1540; fourhundred
KJV Usage: four hundred.
Neuter of a compound of G5064 and G3376; a fourmonths' space
KJV Usage: four months.
From G5064 and a derivative of the base of G4118; quadruple
KJV Usage: fourfold.
From G5064 and G4228; a quadruped
KJV Usage: fourfooted beast.
Probably contracted from G5064 and G3979; a table or stool (as being fourlegged), usually for food (figuratively a meal); also a counter for money (figuratively a broker’s office for loans at interest)