Strongs G 2356 θρησκεία Transliteration thrēskeia  Pronunciation thrā-skā’-ä (Key)

Part of Speech feminine noun Root Word (Etymology) from a derivative of G2357

Outline of Biblical Usage 1) religious worship

a) esp. external, that which consists of ceremonies

1) religious discipline, religion

Authorized Version (KJV) Translation Count Total: 4 AV’ religion 3,worshipping 1

 Act 26:5 Which knew 4267 me 3165 from the beginning 509, if 1437 they would 2309 testify 3140 , that 3754 after 2596 the most straitest 196 sect 139 of our 2251 religion 2356 I lived 2198 a Pharisee 5330.

 Col 2:18 Let 2603 0 no man 3367 beguile 2603 0 you 5209 of your reward 2603 in 1722 a voluntary 2309 humility 5012 and 2532 worshipping 2356 of angels 32, intruding into 1687 those things which 3739 he hath 3708 0 not 3361 seen 3708 , vainly 1500 puffed up 5448 by 5259 his 846 fleshly 4561 mind 3563,

 Jam 1:26 If any man 1536 among 1722 you 5213 seem 1380 to be 1511 religious 2357, and bridleth 5468 not 3361 his 846 tongue 1100, but 235 deceiveth 538 his own 846 heart 2588, this man’s 5127 religion 2356 [is] vain 3152. 

Jam 1:27 Pure 2513 religion 2356 and 2532 undefiled 283 before 3844 God 2316 and 2532 the Father 3962 is 2076 this 3778, To visit 1980 the fatherless 3737 and 2532 widows 5503 in 1722 their 846 affliction 2347, [and] to keep 5083 himself 1438 unspotted 784 from 575 the world 2889.

 Strong’s H2356 – chowr חור Transliteration chowr Pronunciation khore (Key) Part of Speech masculine noun Root Word (Etymology) the same as H2352

Variant Spellings Variant spellings for this word: חור (Strongs and Gesenius) חר   (Strongs)[about] Outline of Biblical Usage 1) hole, cave

Authorized Version (KJV) Translation Count — Total: 7 AV — hole 6, cave 1

 1Sa 14:11 And both 8147 of them discovered 1540 themselves unto the garrison 4673 of the Philistines 6430: and the Philistines 6430 said 559 , Behold, the Hebrews 5680 come forth 3318 out of the holes 2356 where they had hid 2244 themselves. 

2Ki 12:9 But Jehoiada 3077 the priest 3548 took 3947 a 259 chest 727, and bored 5344 a hole 2356 in the lid 1817 of it, and set 5414 it beside 681 the altar 4196, on the right side 3225 as one 376 cometh 935 into the house 1004 of the LORD 3068: and the priests 3548 that kept 8104 the door 5592 put 5414 therein all the money 3701 [that was] brought 935 into the house 1004 of the LORD 3068.

Job 30:6 To dwell 7931 in the clifts 6178 of the valleys 5158, [in] caves 2356 of the earth 6083, and [in] the rocks 3710. 

Sgs 5:4 My beloved 1730 put in 7971 his hand 3027 by 4480 the hole 2356 [of the door], and my bowels 4578 were moved 1993 for him. 

Eze 8:7 And he brought 935 me to the door 6607 of the court 2691; and when I looked 7200 , behold a 259 hole 2356 in the wall 7023.

 Nah 2:12 The lion 738 did tear in pieces 2963 enough 1767 for his whelps 1484, and strangled 2614 for his lionesses 3833, and filled 4390 his holes 2356 with prey 2964, and his dens 4585 with ravin 2966. 

Zec 14:12 And this shall be the plague 4046 wherewith the LORD 3068 will smite 5062 all the people 5971 that have fought 6633 against Jerusalem 3389; Their flesh 1320 shall consume away 4743 while they stand 5975 upon their feet 7272, and their eyes 5869 shall consume away 4743 in their holes 2356, and their tongue 3956 shall consume away 4743 in their mouth 6310.

 Strong’s G2357 – thrēskos θρησκός Transliteration thrēskos Pronunciation thrā-sko’s (Key) Part of Speech adjective Root Word (Etymology) probably from the base of G2360

Variant Spellings Sometimes accented as θρῆσκος.[about] Outline of Biblical Usage 1) fearing or worshipping God

2) to tremble

a) trembling, fearful

Authorized Version (KJV) Translation Count — Total: 1 AV — religious 1

 Jam 1:26 If any man 1536 among 1722 you 5213 seem 1380 to be 1511 religious 2357, and bridleth 5468 not 3361 his 846 tongue 1100, but 235 deceiveth 538 his own 846 heart 2588, this man’s 5127 religion 2356 [is] vain 3152.

 Strong’s H2357 – chavar חור Transliteration chavar Pronunciation khä·var’ (Key)

Part of Speech verb Root Word (Etymology) a primitive root

Outline of Biblical Usage 1) (Qal) to be white, grow white, grow pale

Authorized Version (KJV) Translation Count — Total: 1 AV — wax pale 1

 Isa 29:22 Therefore thus saith 559 the LORD 3068, who redeemed 6299 Abraham 85, concerning the house 1004 of Jacob 3290, Jacob 3290 shall not now be ashamed 954 , neither shall his face 6440 now wax pale 2357 .

 Strong’s G2360 – throeō θροέω Transliteration throeō Pronunciation thro-e’-ō (Key)

Part of Speech verb Root Word (Etymology) from threomai {to wail}

Outline of Biblical Usage 1) to cry aloud, make a noise by outcry

a) in the NT, to trouble, frighten

b) to be troubled in mind, to be frightened, alarmed

Authorized Version (KJV) Translation Count — Total: 3 AV — trouble 3

 Mat 24:6 And 1161 ye shall 3195 hear 191 of wars 4171 and 2532 rumours 189 of wars 4171: see 3708 that ye be 2360 0 not 3361 troubled 2360 : for 1063 all 3956 [these things] must 1163 come to pass 1096 , but 235 the end 5056 is 2076 not yet 3768. 

Mar 13:7 And 1161 when 3752 ye shall hear 191 of wars 4171 and 2532 rumours 189 of wars 4171, be ye 2360 0 not 3361 troubled 2360 : for 1063 [such things] must 1163 needs be 1096 ; but 235 the end 5056 [shall] not [be] yet 3768. 

2Th 2:2 That 1519 ye 5209 be 4531 0 not 3361 soon 5030 shaken 4531 in 575 mind 3563, or 3383 be troubled 2360 , neither 3383 by 1223 spirit 4151, nor 3383 by 1223 word 3056, nor 3383 by 1223 letter 1992 as 5613 from 1223 us 2257, as 5613 that 3754 the day 2250 of Christ 5547 is at hand 1764 . 

Strong’s H2360 – Chuwray חורי Transliteration Chuwray Pronunciation khü·rah’ē (Key)

Part of Speech proper masculine noun Root Word (Etymology) probably an orthographical variation for H2359

Outline of Biblical Usage Hurai = “linen-weaver”

1) one of David’s mighty warriors

Authorized Version (KJV) Translation Count — Total: 1 AV — Hurai 1

 1Ch 11:32 Hurai 2360 of the brooks 5158 of Gaash 1608, Abiel 22 the Arbathite 6164, 


Strong’s H2359 – Chuwriy חורי Transliteration Chuwriy  Pronunciation khü·rē’ (Key) Part of Speech proper masculine noun Root Word (Etymology) probably from H2353  Outline of Biblical Usage Huri = “linen-weaver”

1) a Gadite, father of Abihail

Authorized Version (KJV) Translation Count — Total: 1 AV — Huri 1 Gesenius’s Lexicon (Help) 1Ch 5:14 These [are] the children 1121 of Abihail 32 the son 1121 of Huri 2359, the son 1121 of Jaroah 3386, the son 1121 of Gilead 1568, the son 1121 of Michael 4317, the son 1121 of Jeshishai 3454, the son 1121 of Jahdo 3163, the son 1121 of Buz 938; 

Strong’s G2359 – thrix θρίξ Transliteration thrix  Pronunciation thrē’ks (Key)

Part of Speech feminine noun Root Word (Etymology)genitive case trichos, etc., of uncertain derivation

Outline of Biblical Usage 1) the hair of the head

2) the hair of animals

 Authorized Version (KJV) Translation Count — Total: 15 AV — hair 15 Thayer’s Lexicon (Help)

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 Strong’s Number G2359 matches the Greek θρίξ (thrix), which occurs 15 times in 14 verses in the Greek concordance of the KJV

Page 1 / 1 (Mat 3:4 – Rev 9:8)

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Mat 3:4 And 1161 the same 846 John 2491 had 2192 his 846 raiment 1742 of 575 camel’s 2574 hair 2359, and 2532 a leathern 1193 girdle 2223 about 4012 his 846 loins 3751; and 1161 his 846 meat 5160 was 2258 locusts 200 and 2532 wild 66 honey 3192.

 Mat 5:36 Neither 3383 shalt thou swear 3660 by 1722 thy 4675 head 2776, because 3754 thou canst 1410 not 3756 make 4160 one 3391 hair 2359 white 3022 or 2228 black 3189. 

Mat 10:30 But 1161 the very 2532 hairs 2359 of your 5216 head 2776 are 1526 all 3956 numbered 705 . 

Mar 1:6 And 1161 John 2491 was 2258 clothed 1746 with camel’s 2574 hair 2359, and 2532 with a girdle 2223 of a skin 1193 about 4012 his 846 loins 3751; and 2532 he did eat 2068 locusts 200 and 2532 wild 66 honey 3192;

Luk 7:38 And 2532 stood 2476 at 3844 his 846 feet 4228 behind 3694 [him] weeping 2799 , and began 756 to wash 1026 his 846 feet 4228 with tears 1144, and 2532 did wipe 1591 [them] with the hairs 2359 of her 846 head 2776, and 2532 kissed 2705 his 846 feet 4228, and 2532 anointed 218 [them] with the ointment 3464. 

Luk 7:44 And 2532 he turned 4762 to 4314 the woman 1135, and said 5346 unto Simon 4613, Seest thou 991 this 5026 woman 1135? I entered 1525 into 1519 thine 4675 house 3614, thou gavest me 1325 no 3756 water 5204 for 1909 my 3450 feet 4228: but 1161 she 3778 846 hath washed 1026 my 3450 feet 4228 with tears 1144, and 2532 wiped 1591 [them] with the hairs 2359 of her 846 head 2776. 

Luk 12:7 But 235 even the very 2532 hairs 2359 of your 5216 head 2776 are 705 0 all 3956 numbered 705 . Fear 5399 not 3361 therefore 3767: ye are of more value 1308 than many 4183 sparrows 4765. 

Luk 21:18 But 2532 there shall not 3364 an hair 2359 of 1537 your 5216 head 2776 perish 622 . 

Jhn 11:2 1161 (It was 2258 [that] Mary 3137 which 3588 anointed 218 the Lord 2962 with ointment 3464, and 2532 wiped 1591 his 846 feet 4228 with her 846 hair 2359, whose 3739 brother 80 Lazarus 2976 was sick 770 .) 

Jhn 12:3 Then 3767 took 2983 Mary 3137 a pound 3046 of ointment 3464 of spikenard 3487 4101, very costly 4186, and anointed 218 the feet 4228 of Jesus 2424, and 2532 wiped 1591 his 846 feet 4228 with her 846 hair 2359: and 1161 the house 3614 was filled 4137 with 1537 the odour 3744 of the ointment 3464. 

Act 27:34 Wherefore 1352 I pray 3870 you 5209 to take 4355 [some] meat 5160: for 1063 this 5124 is 5225 for 4314 your 5212 health 4991: for 1063 there shall 4098 0 not 3762 0 an hair 2359 fall 4098 from 1537 the head 2776 of any 3762 of you 5216. 

1Pe 3:3 Whose 3739 adorning 2889 let it 2077 0 not 3756 be 2077 that outward 1855 [adorning] of plaiting 1708 the hair 2359, and 2532 of wearing 4025 of gold 5553, or 2228 of putting on 1745 of apparel 2440; 

Rev 1:14 1161 His 846 head 2776 and 2532 [his] hairs 2359 [were] white 3022 like 5616 wool 2053, as white 3022 as 5613 snow 5510; and 2532 his 846 eyes 3788 [were] as 5613 a flame 5395 of fire 4442; 

Rev 9:8 And 2532 they had 2192 hair 2359 as 5613 the hair 2359 of women 1135, and 2532 their 846 teeth 3599 were 2258 as 5613 [the teeth] of lions 3023.

Strong’s H2353 – chuwr חור Transliteration chuwr  Pronunciation khür (Key)

Part of Speech masculine noun  Root Word (Etymology) from H2357

Outline of Biblical Usage 1) white cloth, white stuff

Authorized Version (KJV) Translation Count — Total: 2 AV — white 2 Gesenius’s Lexicon (Help)

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 Strong’s Number H2353 matches the Hebrew חור (chuwr), which occurs 2 times in 2 verses in the Hebrew concordance of the KJVPage 1 / 1 (Est 1:6 – Est 8:15)

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Est 1:6 [Where were] white 2353, green 3768, and blue 8504, [hangings], fastened 270 with cords 2256 of fine linen 948 and purple 713 to silver 3701 rings 1550 and pillars 5982 of marble 8336: the beds 4296 [were of] gold 2091 and silver 3701, upon a pavement 7531 of red 923, and blue 8504, and white 1858, and black 5508, marble 8336. 

Est 8:15 And Mordecai 4782 went out 3318 from the presence 6440 of the king 4428 in royal 4438 apparel 3830 of blue 8504 and white 2353, and with a great 1419 crown 5850 of gold 2091, and with a garment 8509 of fine linen 948 and purple 713: and the city 5892 of Shushan 7800 rejoiced 6670 and was glad 8056.

Strong’s G2353 – thremma θρέμμα Transliteration thremma  Pronunciation

thre’m-mä (Key) Part of Speech neuter noun Root Word (Etymology)from G5142

Outline of Biblical Usage 1) whatever is fed or nursed

a) a ward, nursling, child

2) a flock, cattle, esp. sheep and goats

Authorized Version (KJV) Translation Count — Total: 1 AV — cattle 1 Thayer’s Lexicon (Help)

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Strong’s Number G2353 matches the Greek θρέμμα (thremma), which occurs 1 time in 1 verse in the Greek concordance of the KJV

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Jhn 4:12 3361 Art 1488 thou 4771 greater 3187 than our 2257 father 3962 Jacob 2384, which 3739 gave 1325 us 2254 the well 5421, and 2532 drank 4095 thereof 1537 846 himself 846, and 2532 his 846 children 5207, and 2532 his 846 cattle 2353?

religion definition re·li·gion (ri lij′ən) noun 

1. a.belief in a divine or superhuman power or powers to be obeyed and worshiped as the creator(s) and ruler(s) of the universe

b.expression of such a belief in conduct and ritual

2. a.any specific system of belief and worship, often involving a code of ethics and a philosophy the Christian religion, the Buddhist religion, etc.

b.any system of beliefs, practices, ethical values, etc. resembling, suggestive of, or likened to such a system humanism as a religion

3.the state or way of life of a person in a monastery, convent, etc.

4.any object of conscientious regard and pursuit

Etymology: ME religioun < OFr or L: OFr religion < L religio, reverence for the gods, holiness, in LL(Ec), a system of religious belief < ? religare, to bind back < re-, back + ligare, to bind, bind together; or < ? re- + IE base *leĝ-, to collect > logic, Gr legein, L legere

 “religion.” Webster’s New World College Dictionary. 2009Your Dictionary. 15 August 2009 <www.yourdictionary.com/religion>Webster’s New World College Dictionary Copyright © 2005 by Wiley Publishing, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio.

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re⋅li⋅gion  /rɪˈlɪdʒən/  Show Spelled Pronunciation [ri-lij-uhn]  Show IPA

Use Religion in a Sentence

–noun 1. a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, esp. when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs.

2. a specific fundamental set of beliefs and practices generally agreed upon by a number of persons or sects: the Christian religion; the Buddhist religion. 

3. the body of persons adhering to a particular set of beliefs and practices: a world council of religions. 

4. the life or state of a monk, nun, etc.: to enter religion. 

5. the practice of religious beliefs; ritual observance of faith.

6. something one believes in and follows devotedly; a point or matter of ethics or conscience: to make a religion of fighting prejudice. 

7. religions, Archaic. religious rites.

8. Archaic. strict faithfulness; devotion: a religion to one’s vow. 

 

—Idiom9. get religion, Informal. a. to acquire a deep conviction of the validity of religious beliefs and practices.

b. to resolve to mend one’s errant ways: The company got religion and stopped making dangerous products.

Origin:

1150–1200; ME religioun (< OF religion) < L religiōn- (s. of religiō) conscientiousness, piety, equiv. to relig(āre) to tie, fasten (re- re- + ligāre to bind, tie; cf. ligament ) + -iōn- -ion; cf. rely

 

Related forms:  re⋅li⋅gion⋅less, adjective Dictionary.com Unabridged

Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Rando

“Religion.” Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1). Random House, Inc. 15 Aug. 2009. <Dictionary.com http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Religion&gt;.m House, Inc. 2009.

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