137. Ainón
Strong's Concordance
Ainón: Aenon, a place in the Jordan Valley
Original Word: Αἰνών, ἡ
Part of Speech: Proper Noun, Indeclinable
Transliteration: Ainón
Phonetic Spelling: (ahee-nohn')
Short Definition: Aenon
Definition: Aenon; Eusebius and Jerome place this site 8 (Roman) miles south of Scythopolis near the Jordan.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
probably of Aramaic origin, cf. ayin
Definition
Aenon, a place in the Jordan Valley
NASB Translation
Aenon (1).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 137: Αἰνών

Αἰνών, (either a strengthened form of עַיִן and equivalent to עֵינָן, or a Chaldaic plural, equivalent to עֵינָוָן, springs; (others besides)), Aenon, indeclinable proper name, either of a place, or of a fountain, not far from Salim: John 3:23 (thought to be Wady Far'ah, running from Matt. Ebal to the Jordan; see Conder in the Palestine Exploration Fund for July 1874, p. 191f; Tent Work in Palestine, 1:91f; especially Stevens in Journ. of Exeget. Soc., December, 1883, pp. 128-141. Cf. B. D. American edition).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
Aenon, A place in Palestine

Of Hebrew origin (a derivative of ayin, place of springs); ?Non, a place in Palestine -- ?Non.

see HEBREW ayin

Forms and Transliterations
αίγα αίγας αίγες αίγές αιγών Αινων Αἰνὼν αιξί αιξίν αιπολίου αιπόλος Ainon Ainōn Ainṑn
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Strong's Greek 137
1 Occurrence


Αἰνὼν — 1 Occ.

John 3:23 N
GRK: βαπτίζων ἐν Αἰνὼν ἐγγὺς τοῦ
NAS: was baptizing in Aenon near
KJV: baptizing in Aenon near to Salim,
INT: baptizing in Aenon near

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