G5395 φλόξ - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
φλόξ
a flame
Dodson:
φλόξ
a flame.
Strong's:
φλόξ
a blaze
Derivation: from a primary φλέγω (to "flash" or "flame");

KJV Usage: flame(-ing).

TBESG:
φλόξ
flame
G:N-F
φλόξ genitive, φλογός,
[in LXX chiefly for לַהַב, לֶהָבָה ;]
a flame: Luk.16:24; φ, πυρός,
Refs Act.7:30, 2Th.1:8, Heb.1:7" (LXX)>Refs,
Thayer:
1) a flame


φλόξ
phlox
flox
From a primary φλέγω phlegō (to “flash” or “flame”); a blaze

KJV Usage: flame (-ing).


View how G5395 φλόξ is used in the Bible

7 occurrences of G5395 φλόξ

Luke 16:24 flame.
Acts 7:30 a flame
2 Thessalonians 1:8 flaming
Hebrews 1:7 a flame
Revelation 1:14 a flame
Revelation 2:18 a flame
Revelation 19:12 a flame

Distinct usage

5 a flame
1 flame.
1 flaming

Corresponding Hebrew Words

phlox H784 esh
phlox H2131 ziqot
phlox H3827 labbah
phlox H3851 lahav
phlox H3852 lehavah
phlox H7008 qitor
phlox H7632 shaviv
phlox * H7957 shalhevetyah


Related words

G5395 φλόξ

G5393 Φλέγων
Φλέγων
Phlegōn
fleg'-one
Active participle of the base of G5395; blazing; Phlegon, a Christian

KJV Usage: Phlegon.


G5394 φλογίζω
φλογίζω
phlogizō
flog-id'-zo
From G5395; to cause a blaze, that is, ignite (figuratively to inflame with passion)

KJV Usage: set on fire.


G5434 φρύγανον
φρύγανον
phruganon
froo'-gan-on
Neuter of a presumed derivative of φρύγω phrugō (to roast or parch; akin to the base of G5395); something desiccated, that is, a dry twig

KJV Usage: stick.


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