28. Hagar
Strong's Concordance
Hagar: Hagar, a concubine of Abraham
Original Word: Ἅγαρ, ἡ
Part of Speech: Proper Noun, Indeclinable
Transliteration: Hagar
Phonetic Spelling: (ag'-ar)
Definition: Hagar, a concubine of Abraham
Usage: Hagar, the servant of Sarah, concubine of Abraham.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of Hebrew origin Hagar
Definition
Hagar, a concubine of Abraham
NASB Translation
Hagar (2).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 28: Ἄγαρ

Ἄγαρ (WH Ἅγάρ (see their Introductory § 408)), , indeclinable, (in Josephus, Ἀγάρα, (ης), הָגָר (flight), Hagar, a bondmaid of Abraham, and by him the mother of Ishmael (Genesis 16): Galatians 4:24 ( L text T omit; Tr brackets). Since the Arabians according to Paul (who had formerly dwelt among them, Galatians 1:17) called the rocky Matt. Sinai by a name similar in sound to הגר ( i. e. rock), the apostle in the passage referred to employs the name Hagar allegorically to denote the servile sense of fear with which the Mosaic economy imbued its subjects. (Cf. B. D. American edition, pp. 978, 2366 note {a}; Lightfoot's remarks appended to his Commentary on Galatians, the passage cited.)

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
Hagar.

Of Hebrew origin (Hagar); Hagar, the concubine of Abraham -- Hagar.

see HEBREW Hagar

Forms and Transliterations
Αγαρ Ἁγάρ Ἅγαρ Agar Hagar Hágar
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Englishman's Concordance
Galatians 4:24 N
GRK: ἥτις ἐστὶν Ἅγαρ
NAS: who are to be slaves; she is Hagar.
KJV: which is Agar.
INT: which is Hagar

Galatians 4:25 N
GRK: τὸ δὲ Ἅγαρ Σινὰ ὄρος
NAS: Now this Hagar is Mount Sinai
KJV: For this Agar is mount
INT: For Hagar Sinai mount

Strong's Greek 28
2 Occurrences


Ἅγαρ — 2 Occ.











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