1356. diopetés
Strong's Concordance
diopetés: fallen from heaven
Original Word: διοπετής, ές
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: diopetés
Phonetic Spelling: (dee-op-et'-ace)
Definition: fallen from heaven
Usage: fallen from the sky.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from Dios (of Zeus) and the same as piptó
fallen from heaven
NASB Translation
which fell down from heaven (1).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 1356: διοπετής

διοπετής, διοπετες (from Διός of Zeus, and πέτω for πίπτω; in secular writings also Διιπετής), fallen from Zeus, i. e. from heaven: τό διοπετες, namely, ἄγαλμα (which is expressed in Euripides, Iph. T. 977; Herodian, 1, 11, 2 (1, Bekker edition; cf. Winer's Grammar, 234 (219); 592 (551)), an image of the Ephesian Artemis which was supposed to have fallen from heaven, Acts 19:35; (cf. Meyer at the passage; Farrar, St. Paul, 2:13f).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
which fell down from Jupiter.

From the alternate of Zeus and the alternate of pipto; sky-fallen (i.e. An aerolite) -- which fell down from Jupiter.

see GREEK Zeus

see GREEK pipto

Forms and Transliterations
διοπετους Διοπετούς διοπετοῦς διορθούντες διορθωθή διορθωθήσεται διορθώσατε διορθώση διορθώσητε διορώντες diopetous diopetoûs
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Englishman's Concordance
Acts 19:35 Adj-GMS
GRK: καὶ τοῦ διοπετοῦς
NAS: Artemis and of the [image] which fell down from heaven?
KJV: and of the [image] which fell down from Jupiter?
INT: and of that fallen from the sky

Strong's Greek 1356
1 Occurrence

διοπετοῦς — 1 Occ.

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