2487: ἴχνος


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Dodson dictionary

2487
ἴχνος, ους, τό,       Noun, Neuter
a track, footstep.

From: Public Domain Greek-English lexicon by John Jeffrey Dodson (2010)

HELPS Lexicon excerpt

2487 íxnos (from hikneomai, "move forward, arrive") – properly, the impression made by the sole of the foot ("foot-step"); (figuratively) "footsteps" which provide the needed example for others to follow, specifically to live out "God's persuasion" (His inworking of faith).  Accordingly, faith (4102/pístis) and "faith-steps" are directly connected.

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Strong's Greek Dictionary

2487
ἴχνος (íchnos)
from ἰκνέομαι (iknéomai) (to arrive; compare 2240); a track (figuratively)
:--step.

From: Strong's Greek Dictionary by James Strong (1890)