4526: σάκκος

Noun, Masculine


Dodson dictionary

G4526 σάκκος, ου, ὁ

Transliteration: sákkos

Part(s) of speech: Noun, Masculine

Definition: sack-cloth, a sign of mourning.

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

Strong's Greek Dictionary

G4526 σάκκος

Transliteration: sákkos

Derivation: of Hebrew origin (H8242);

Definition: "sack"-cloth, i.e. mohair (the material or garments made of it, worn as a sign of grief)

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

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Abbott-Smith Lexicon

σάκκος

G4526 

Occurrences in the NT: 4

σάκκος also written σάκος, -ου, ὁ
(cf. Heb. שַׂק, which it renders in LXX),
1. a coarse cloth, sackcloth, usually made of hair: Re 6:12.
2. Anything made of sackcloth;
(a) a sack (Ge 42:25, al.);
(b) a garment of sackcloth, expressive of mourning or penitence: Mt 11:21, Lk 10:13, Re 11:3.†

From: Abbott-Smith, George, "A Manual Greek-English Lexicon of the Greek New Testament", 1922. Public Domain.

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Occurrences in the Greek New Testament

Text: Nestle's 1904 edition