3737. orphanos
Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 3737: ὀρφανός

ὀρφανός, ὀρφανη, ὀρφανόν (ὈΡΦΟΣ, Latinorbus; (Curtius, § 404)), from Homer, Odyssey 20, 68 down, the Sept. for יָתום; bereft (of a father, of parents), James 1:27 (A. V. fatherless); of those bereft of a teacher, guide, guardian, John 14:18 (Lamentations 5:3).

Forms and Transliterations
ορφανά ορφανοί ορφανοίς ορφανόν ορφανός ορφανού ορφανους ορφανούς ὀρφανούς ὀρφανοὺς ορφανώ ορφανών orphanous orphanoús orphanoùs
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