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αβυσσος • ABUSSOS • abussos

ἄ·βυσσος, -ου, ἡ

Noun (Fem. 2nd Decl.)

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

ἄβυσσος

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Occurrences in the GNT

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
ἄβυσσονἄβυσσοςαβυσσ·ον(fem) acc sgabyss (acc)Lk 8:31, Rom 10:7, Rv 20:3
ἀβύσσουἄβυσσοςαβυσσ·ου(fem) gen sgabyss (gen)Rv 9:1, Rv 9:2, Rv 9:11, Rv 11:7, Rv 17:8, Rv 20:1

Inflections: 2
Total occurrences: 9

Occurrences in the LXX

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
ἄβυσσοιἄβυσσοςαβυσσ·οι(fem) nom|voc plabysss (nom|voc)Ps 76:17, Ps 148:7, Prv 3:20
ἀβύσσοιςἄβυσσοςαβυσσ·οις(fem) dat plabysss (dat)Ps 134:6
ἄβυσσονἄβυσσοςαβυσσ·ον(fem) acc sgabyss (acc)Ps 41:8, Ode 12:3, Jb 41:23, Jb 41:24, Sir 1:3, Sir 42:18, Sir 43:23, Am 7:4, Ez 26:19
ἄβυσσοςἄβυσσοςαβυσσ·ος(fem) nom sgabyss (nom)Ps 35:7, Ps 41:8, Ps 103:6, Ode 4:10, Ode 6:6, Jb 28:14, Jb 36:16, Sir 16:18, Jon 2:6, Hb 3:10, Ez 31:4, Ez 31:15
ἀβύσσουἄβυσσοςαβυσσ·ου(fem) gen sgabyss (gen)Gn 1:2, Gn 7:11, Gn 8:2, Jb 38:16, Jb 38:30, Jb 41:24, Wsd 10:19, Sir 24:29, Is 51:10, Is 63:13
ἀβύσσουςἄβυσσοςαβυσσ·ους(fem) acc plabysss (acc)Ps 32:7, Ode 8:54, Prv 8:24, DnOG 3:55, DnTh 3:55
ἀβύσσῳἄβυσσοςαβυσσ·ῳ(fem) dat sgabyss (dat)Ps 77:15, Ps 105:9, Is 44:27
ἀβύσσωνἄβυσσοςαβυσσ·ων(fem) gen plabysss (gen)Dt 8:7, Dt 33:13, Ps 70:20, Ps 70:21, Ps 106:26, Sir 24:5, PsSol 17:19

Inflections: 8
Total occurrences: 50

βυθός

ἄ·βυσσος, -ου, ἡ abyss (n.) bottomless pit; unfathomable, boundless, the great deep, LXX Gen1.2, etc.: the abyss, underworld, Luc.8.31,Rom.10.7, Rev 9:1, etc.; the infinite void, PMag.Par. 1.1120, cf. PMag.Lond.121.261. [Henry George Liddell. Robert Scott. A Greek-English Lexicon. r
βυθός, -οῦ, ὁ deep water (n.)

βάθος

βαθέως [LXX] deep (adv.) deep or thick in substance, of a mist deep thick forest woods; of color rich; of quality, strong, violent copious, abundant, but also, profound, of the mind, the depths of the soul, heart (see LXX Jer 17:9); of persons: deep wise; of time: a late hour in
βάθο·ς, -ους, τό depth (n.)
βαθύς -εῖα -ύ deep (adj.)
βαθύ·τερος -α -ον [LXX] deeper (adj.)
βαθύνω to deepen (v.)

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