hieron: temple.Original Word: ἱερόν, οῦ, τό
Part of Speech: Noun, Neuter
Phonetic Spelling: (hee-er-on')
Short Definition: a temple
Definition: a temple, either the whole building, or specifically the outer courts, open to worshippers.
2411 hierón (from 2413 /hierós, "sacred") – the entire Temple complex, i.e. all its enclosures (precincts, courtyards) and the central sanctuary.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 2411: ἱερόν
ἱερόν, ἱεροῦ, τό (neuter of the adjective ἱερός, ἱερά, ἱερόν; cf. τό ἅγιον) (from Herodotus on), a sacred place, temple: of the temple of Artemis at Ephesus, Acts 19:27; of the temple at Jerusalem twice in the Sept., Ezekiel 45:19; 1 Chronicles 29:4; more frequent in the O. T. Apocrypha; in the N. T. often in the Gospels and Acts; once elsewhere, viz. 1 Corinthians 9:13. τό ἱερόν and ὁ ναός differ, in that the former designates the whole compass of the sacred enclosure, embracing the entire aggregate of buildings, balconies, porticos, courts (viz., that of the men or Israelites, that of the women, that of the priests), belonging to the temple; the latter designates the sacred edifice properly so called, consisting of two parts, the 'sanctuary' or 'Holy place' (which no one except the priests was allowed to enter), and the 'Holy of holies' or 'most holy place' (see ἅγιος, 1 a.) (which was entered only on the great day of atonement by the high priest alone); (cf. Trench, Synonyms, § iii.). ἱερόν is employed in the N. T. either explicitly of the whole temple, Matthew 12:6; Matthew 24:1; Mark 13:3; Luke 21:5; Luke 22:52; Acts 4:1; Acts 24:6; Acts 25:8; 1 Corinthians 9:13, etc.; or so that certain definite parts of it must be thought of, as the courts, especially where Jesus or the apostles are said to have gone up, or entered, 'into the temple,' to have taught or encountered adversaries, and the like, 'in the temple,' Matthew 21:12, 14; Matthew 26:55; Mark 14:49; Luke 19:47; Luke 21:37; Luke 22:53; Luke 24:53; John 5:14; John 7:14, 28; John 8:20; John 18:20; Acts 3:2; Acts 5:20; Acts 21:26, etc.; of the courts and sanctuary, Matthew 12:5; of the court of the Gentiles, out of which Jesus drove the buyers and sellers and money-changers, Matthew 21:12; Mark 11:15; Luke 19:45; John 2:14ff; of the court of the women, Luke 2:37; of any portico or apartment, Luke 2:46, cf. John 10:23. On the phrase τό πτερύγιον τοῦ ἱεροῦ see πτερύγιον, 2.
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancetemple.
see GREEK hieros
see GREEK naos
Forms and Transliterationsιερον ἱερόν ἱερὸν ιερου ἱεροῦ ιερω ἱερῷ hiero hierō hierôi hierō̂i hieron hierón hieròn hierou hieroû iero ierō ieron ierou
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Greek 2411
ἱερῷ — 32 Occ.
ἱερόν — 20 Occ.
ἱεροῦ — 19 Occ.
Matthew 4:5 N-GNS
GRK: πτερύγιον τοῦ ἱεροῦ
KJV: on a pinnacle of the temple,
INT: pinnacle of the temple