G5384 φίλος - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
φίλος
loved, beloved, dear
Dodson:
φίλος
friendly, a friend
friendly; subst: a friend, an associate.
Strong's:
φίλος
actively, fond, i.e. friendly (still as a noun, an associate, neighbor, etc.)
Derivation: properly, dear, i.e. a friend;

KJV Usage: friend.

TBESG:
φίλος
friendly/friend
G:A
φίλος, -η, -ον
[in LXX chiefly for רֵעַ, אָהַב ;]
__1. pass., beloved, dear (Hom., Eur., al.).
__2. Act., loving, friendly (in cl. less freq. and only in poets): Act.19:31. As subst., a friend;
__(a) masc., ὁ φ.:
Refs Luk.7:6 11:5 14:10 15:6 16:9 21:16 23:12, Act.27:3, 3Jn.14
; opp. to δοῦλος, Jhn.15:15; φ. ἀναγκαῖοι, Act.10:24; with genitive subj.,
Refs Mat.11:19, Luk.7:34 11:6, 8 12:4 14:12 15:29, Jhn.11:11 15:13-14
; ὁ φ. τοῦ νυμφίου, Jhn.3:29; τ. Καίσαρος (see Deiss., BS 167; LAE, 382 f.), Jhn.19:12; θεοῦ (see Hort, in l), Jas.2:23; with genitive of thing(s), τ, κόσμου, Jas.4:4;
__(b) fem., ἡ φ., Luk.15:9,†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) friend, to be friendly to one, wish him well
1a) a friend
1b) an associate
1c) he who associates familiarly with one, a companion
1d) one of the bridegroom's friends who on his behalf asked the hand of the bride and rendered him various services in closing the marriage and celebrating the nuptials


φίλος
philos
fee'-los
Properly dear, that is, a friend; actively fond, that is, friendly (still as a noun, an associate, neighbor, etc.)

KJV Usage: friend.


View how G5384 φίλος is used in the Bible

29 occurrences of G5384 φίλος

Matthew 11:19 a friend
Luke 7:6 friends
Luke 7:34 a friend
Luke 11:5 a friend,
Luke 11:5 Friend,
Luke 11:6 a friend
Luke 11:8 friend,
Luke 12:4 friends,
Luke 14:10 Friend,
Luke 14:12 friends,
Luke 15:6 his friends
Luke 15:9 her friends
Luke 15:29 friends:
Luke 16:9 friends
Luke 21:16 friends;
Luke 23:12 friends
John 3:29 the friend
John 11:11 friend
John 15:13 friends.
John 15:14 friends,
John 15:15 friends;
John 19:12 friend:
Acts 10:24 friends.
Acts 19:31 friends,
Acts 27:3 his friends
James 2:23 the Friend
James 4:4 a friend
3 John 1:14 Our friends
3 John 1:14 the friends

Distinct usage

4 a friend
4 friends,
3 Friend,
3 friends
2 friends;
2 the friend
2 friends.
1 a friend,
1 his friends
1 her friends
1 friend
1 friend:
1 Our friends
1 the friends
1 friends:
1 his friends

Corresponding Hebrew Words

philos H157 ahev qal.,pi.
philos H441 alluph
philos H2269 chavar
philos H3045 yada pu.
philos H4828 merea
philos H7453 rea
philos H7965 shalom
philos H8003 shalem hi.


Related words

G5384 φίλος

G2321 Θεόφιλος
Θεόφιλος
Theophilos
theh-of'-il-os
From G2316 and G5384; friend of God; Theophilus, a Christian

KJV Usage: Theophilus.


G5358 φιλάγαθος
φιλάγαθος
philagathos
fil-ag'-ath-os
From G5384 and G18; fond of good, that is, a promoter of virtue

KJV Usage: love of good men.


G5361 φιλάδελφος
φιλάδελφος
philadelphos
fil-ad'-el-fos
From G5384 and G80; fond of brethren, that is, fraternal

KJV Usage: love as brethren.


G5362 φίλανδρος
φίλανδρος
philandros
fil'-an-dros
From G5384 and G435; fond of man, that is, affectionate as a wife

KJV Usage: love their husbands.


G5364 φιλανθρώπως
φιλανθρώπως
philanthrōpōs
fil-an-thro'-poce
Adverb from a compound of G5384 and G444; fondly to man (philanthropically), that is, humanely

KJV Usage: courteously.


G5366 φιλάργυρος
φιλάργυρος
philarguros
fil-ar'-goo-ros
From G5384 and G696; fond of silver (money), that is, avaricious

KJV Usage: covetous.


G5367 φίλαυτος
φίλαυτος
philautos
fil'-ow-tos
From G5384 and G846; fond of self, that is, selfish

KJV Usage: lover of own self.


G5368 φιλέω
φιλέω
phileō
fil-eh'-o
From G5384; to be a friend to (fond of [an individual or an object]), that is, have affection for (denoting personal attachment, as a matter of sentiment or feeling; while G25 is wider, embracing especially the judgment and the deliberate assent of the will as a matter of principle, duty and propriety: the two thus stand related very much as G2309 and G1014, or as G2372 and G3563 respectively; the former being chiefly of the heart and the latter of the head); specifically to kiss (as a mark of tenderness)

KJV Usage: kiss, love.


G5369 φιλήδονος
φιλήδονος
philēdonos
fil-ay'-don-os
From G5384 and G2237; fond of pleasure, that is, voluptuous

KJV Usage: lover of pleasure.


G5373 φιλία
φιλία
philia
fil-ee'-ah
From G5384; fondness

KJV Usage: friendship.


G5376 Φίλιππος
Φίλιππος
Philippos
fil'-ip-pos
From G5384 and G2462; fond of horses; Philippus, the name of four Israelites

KJV Usage: Philip.


G5377 φιλόθεος
φιλόθεος
philotheos
fil-oth'-eh-os
From G5384 and G2316; fond of God, that is, pious

KJV Usage: lover of God.


G5378 Φιλόλογος
Φιλόλογος
Philologos
fil-ol'-og-os
From G5384 and G3056; fond of words, that is, talkative (argumentative, learned, “philological”); Philologus, a Christian

KJV Usage: Philologus.


G5380 φιλόνεικος
φιλόνεικος
philoneikos
fil-on'-i-kos
From G5384 and νεῖκος neikos (a quarrel; probably akin to G3534); fond of strife, that is, disputatious

KJV Usage: contentious.


G5382 φιλόξενος
φιλόξενος
philoxenos
fil-ox'-en-os
From G5384 and G3581; fond of guests, that is, hospitable

KJV Usage: given to (lover of, use) hospitality.


G5383 φιλοπρωτεύω
φιλοπρωτεύω
philoprōteuō
fil-op-rot-yoo'-o
From a compound of G5384 and G4413; to be fond of being first, that is, ambitious of distinction

KJV Usage: love to have the preeminence.


G5386 φιλόσοφος
φιλόσοφος
philosophos
fil-os'-of-os
From G5384 and G4680; fond of wise things, that is, a “philosopher”

KJV Usage: philosopher.


G5387 φιλόστοργος
φιλόστοργος
philostorgos
fil-os'-tor-gos
From G5384 and στοργή s torgē (cherishing one’s kindred, especially parents or children); fond of natural relatives, that is, fraternal towards fellow Christians

KJV Usage: kindly affectioned.


G5388 φιλότεκνος
φιλότεκνος
philoteknos
fil-ot'-ek-nos
From G5384 and G5043; fond of one’s children, that is, maternal

KJV Usage: love their children.


G5389 φιλοτιμέομαι
φιλοτιμέομαι
philotimeomai
fil-ot-im-eh'-om-ahee
Middle voice from a compound of G5384 and G5092; to be fond of honor, that is, emulous (eager or earnest to do somethng.)

KJV Usage: labour, strive, study.


G5391 φιλόφρων
φιλόφρων
philophrōn
fil-of'-rone
From G5384 and G5424; friendly of mind, that is, kind

KJV Usage: courteous.


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