4999. taberné
Strong's Concordance
taberné: "hut," a tavern, spec. Treis Tabernai, "Three Taverns," a stopping place on the Appian Way
Original Word: ταβέρναι, ῶν, αἱ
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Transliteration: taberné
Phonetic Spelling: (tab-er'-nahee)
Definition: "hut", a tavern, Treis Tabernai, "Three Taverns", a stopping place on the Appian Way
Usage: taverns; Three Taverns, the name of a village or town on the Appian Way, about thirty-three miles from Rome.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of Latin origin
"hut," a tavern, spec. Treis Tabernai, "Three Taverns," a stopping place on the Appian Way
NASB Translation
Inns (1).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 4999: Ταβέρναι

Ταβέρναι, ταβερνῶν, αἱ (a Latin word (cf. Buttmann, 17 (15))), taverns: τρεῖς Ταβέρναι (genitive Τριῶν Ταβερνῶν), Three Taverns, the name of an inn or halting-place on the Appian way between Pome and The Market of Appius (see Ἀππιος); it was ten Roman miles distant from the latter place and thirty-three from Rome (Cicero, ad Attic. 2, 10 (12)) (cf. B. D., under the phrase Three Taverns): See Acts 28:15.

STRONGS NT 4999: τρεῖς Ταβέρναιτρεῖς Ταβέρναι, see Ταβέρναι.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

Plural of Latin origin; huts or wooden-walled buildings; Tabernoe -- taverns.

Forms and Transliterations
Ταβερνων Ταβερνῶν Tabernon Tabernôn Tabernōn Tabernō̂n
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Englishman's Concordance
Acts 28:15 N-GFP
GRK: καὶ Τριῶν Ταβερνῶν οὓς ἰδὼν
NAS: and Three Inns to meet
KJV: and The three taverns: whom when Paul
INT: and Three Taverns whom having seen

Strong's Greek 4999
1 Occurrence

Ταβερνῶν — 1 Occ.

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