1141. daimoniódés
Strong's Concordance
daimoniódés: demon-like
Original Word: δαιμονιώδης, ες
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: daimoniódés
Phonetic Spelling: (dahee-mon-ee-o'-dace)
Definition: demon-like
Usage: demon-like, such as demons have.
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Cognate: 1141 daimoniṓdēs (an adjective derived from 1140 /daimónion) – properly, demon-like ("demonic"), i.e. resembling a demon or influenced by one; demoniacal, devilish, "such as even devils act or have" (A. Bengel). See 1142 /daimōn ("demon") and 1139 (daimonízomai).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from daimonion and -ódés (suff. denoting similarity)
NASB Translation
demonic (1).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 1141: δαιμονιώδης

δαιμονιώδης, δαιμονιωδες (δαιμόνιον, which see, and εἶδος), resembling or proceeding from an evil spirit, demon-like: James 3:15. (Schol. Aristophanes ran. 295; Psalm 90:6 Symm..)

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From daimonion and daimon; d?Mon-like -- devilish.

see GREEK daimonion

see GREEK daimon

Forms and Transliterations
δαιμονιωδης δαιμονιώδης daimoniodes daimoniōdēs daimoniṓdes daimoniṓdēs
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Englishman's Concordance
James 3:15 Adj-NFS
GRK: ἐπίγειος ψυχική δαιμονιώδης
NAS: but is earthly, natural, demonic.
KJV: [is] earthly, sensual, devilish.
INT: earthly natural devilish

Strong's Greek 1141
1 Occurrence

δαιμονιώδης — 1 Occ.

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