2203. Zeus
Strong's Concordance
Zeus: Zeus, the greatest of the pagan Gk. gods
Original Word: Ζεύς, Διός, Δία (acc.), ὁ
Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine
Transliteration: Zeus
Phonetic Spelling: (dzyooce)
Short Definition: Zeus
Definition: Zeus, the Greek god of the sky in all its manifestations, corresponding to the Roman Jupiter and to the leading god of the native Lycaonians.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of uncertain origin
Definition
Zeus, the greatest of the pagan Gk. gods
NASB Translation
Zeus (2).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 2203: Διά

[Διά, see Ζεύς.]

STRONGS NT 2203: Διός [Διός, see Δίσ.]

STRONGS NT 2203: Δίσ῟Δίσ῟, an unused nominative for Ζεύς, genitive Διός, accusative Διά (Διαν, Acts 14:12 Tdf. edition 7; see in ἄρρην. and Buttmann, 14 (373)), Zeus, Jupiter, the supreme divinity in the belief of Greeks and Romans; the father of gods and men: Acts 14:12f. (2 Macc. 6:2.) (Cf. Ζεύς.)

STRONGS NT 2203: ΖεύςΖεύς (but genitive, Διός (dative Διι<), are. Διά (or Διαν) (from old nominative Δίσ῟), Zeus, corresponding to Latin Jupiter (A. V.): Acts 14:12 (see Δίσ῟); ἱερεύς τοῦ Διός τοῦ ὄντος πρό τῆς πόλεως, the priest of Zeus whose temple was before the city, Acts 14:13 (cf. Meyer at the passage)). See Δίσ῟.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
Jupiter.

Of uncertain affinity; in the oblique cases there is used instead of it a (probably cognate) name; Dis (deece), which is otherwise obsolete; Zeus or Dis (among the Latins, Jupiter or Jove), the supreme deity of the Greeks -- Jupiter.

Forms and Transliterations
Δια Δία Διος Διὸς Dia Día Dios Diòs
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Strong's Greek 2203
2 Occurrences


Δία — 1 Occ.
Διὸς — 1 Occ.

Acts 14:12 N-AMS
GRK: τὸν Βαρνάβαν Δία τὸν δὲ
NAS: Barnabas, Zeus, and Paul,
KJV: Barnabas, Jupiter; and Paul,
INT: Barnabas Zeus and

Acts 14:13 N-GMS
GRK: ἱερεὺς τοῦ Διὸς τοῦ ὄντος
NAS: The priest of Zeus, whose [temple] was just outside
KJV: Then the priest of Jupiter, which was
INT: [the] priest of Zeus who was

2 Occurrences

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