G5331 φαρμακεία - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
φαρμακεία
the use of drugs, potions, spells
Dodson:
φαρμακεία
magic, sorcery, enchantment.
Strong's:
φαρμακεία
medication ("pharmacy"), i.e. (by extension) magic (literally or figuratively)
Derivation: from G5332;

KJV Usage: sorcery, witchcraft.

G5332
TBESG:
φαρμακεία
sorcery
G:N-F
φαρμακία (Rec. -εία), -ας, ἡ
(< φαρμακεύω, to administer drugs)
poët. and late prose form of φαρμακεία,
[in LXX:
Refs Exo.7:11, 22 8:7, 18
(3, 14) (לָט, חַרְטֹם),
Refs Isa.47:9, 12
(כֶּשֶׁף)
Refs Wis.12:4 18:13
* ;]
__1. generally, the use of medicine, drugs or spells (Xen.).
__2. (a) poisoning (Plut., Polyb.);
__(b) sorcery, witchcraft: Gal.5:20 (see Lft., in l), Rev.9:21 (WH, txt., φαρμάκων) Rev.18:23 (cf. LXX, ll. with).†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) the use or the administering of drugs
2) poisoning
3) sorcery, magical arts, often found in connection with idolatry and fostered by it
4) metaph. the deceptions and seductions of idolatry


φαρμακεία
pharmakeia
far-mak-i'-ah
From G5332; medication (“pharmacy”), that is, (by extension) magic (literal or figurative)

KJV Usage: sorcery, witchcraft.


View how G5331 φαρμακεία is used in the Bible

3 occurrences of G5331 φαρμακεία

Galatians 5:20 sorcery,
Revelation 9:21 sorceries,
Revelation 18:23 sorceries

Distinct usage

1 sorceries,
1 sorceries
1 sorcery,

Corresponding Hebrew Words

(5332a);see pharmakon* H3785 kesheph


Related words

G5331 φαρμακεία

G5332 φαρμακεύς

φαρμακεύς
pharmakeus
far-mak-yoos'
From φάρμακον pharmakon (a drug, that is, spell giving potion); a druggist (“pharmacist”) or poisoner, that is, (by extension) a magician

KJV Usage: sorcerer.


G5333 φαρμακός
φαρμακός
pharmakos
far-mak-os'
The same as G5332

KJV Usage: sorcerer.