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οφινὄφιςοφ(ι)·ν(fem) acc sg

ὄφις, -εως, ἡ, voc. pl. ὄφεις

Noun (Fem. 3rd Decl.)

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Perseus Dictionary Entry (Liddell and Scott [and Jones]'s Greek-English Lexicon, 9th ed., 1925-1940)

ὄφις

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Occurrences in the GNT

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
ὄφεις, Ὄφειςὄφιςοφ(ι)·ες, οφ(ι)·ας(fem) nom|voc pl, (fem) acc plsnakes (acc, nom|voc)Mt 10:16, Mt 23:33, Mk 16:18
ὄφεσινὄφιςοφ(ι)·σι(ν)(fem) dat plsnakes (dat)Rv 9:19
ὄφεωνὄφιςοφ(ι)·ων(fem) gen plsnakes (gen)Lk 10:19, 1Cor 10:9, Rv 9:19
ὄφεωςὄφιςοφ(ι)·ος(fem) gen sgserpent (gen)Rv 12:14
ὄφινὄφιςοφ(ι)·ν(fem) acc sgserpent (acc)Mt 7:10, Lk 11:11, Jn 3:14, Rv 20:2
ὄφιςὄφιςοφ(ι)·ς(fem) nom sgserpent (nom)2Cor 11:3, Rv 12:9, Rv 12:15, Rv 20:2

Inflections: 6
Total occurrences: 18

Occurrences in the LXX

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
ὄφειὄφιςοφ(ι)·ι(fem) dat sgserpent (dat)Gn 3:2, Gn 3:14
ὄφειςὄφιςοφ(ι)·ες, οφ(ι)·ας(fem) nom|voc pl, (fem) acc plsnakes (acc, nom|voc)Nm 21:6, Mi 7:17, Is 14:29, Jer 8:17
ὄφεωνὄφιςοφ(ι)·ων(fem) gen plsnakes (gen)Wsd 16:5, Is 14:29
ὄφεωςὄφιςοφ(ι)·ος(fem) gen sgserpent (gen)Ps 57:5, Ps 139:4, Prv 23:32, Prv 30:19, Jb 20:16, Sir 21:2, Sir 25:15, Jer 26:22
ὄφινὄφιςοφ(ι)·ν(fem) acc sgserpent (acc)Ex 4:17, Ex 7:15, Nm 21:7, Nm 21:8, Nm 21:9, 4Kgs 18:4, Is 27:1
ὄφιςὄφιςοφ(ι)·ς(fem) nom sgserpent (nom)Gn 3:1, Gn 3:4, Gn 3:13, Gn 49:17, Ex 4:3, Nm 21:8, Nm 21:9, Dt 8:15, 4Mc 18:8, Qoh 10:8, Qoh 10:11, PsSol 4:9, Am 5:19, Is 65:25

Inflections: 6
Total occurrences: 40

ὄφις, -εως, ἡ serpent (n.) Βασιλισκος Idiom for Broods of snakes were often seen by John in the rocks and when a fire broke out they would scurry (phugein) to their holes for safety. He shall put his hand on the hole of the basilisk

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