2503. ióta
Strong's Concordance
ióta: iota
Original Word: ἰῶτα, τό
Part of Speech: Indeclinable Letter (Noun)
Transliteration: ióta
Phonetic Spelling: (ee-o'-tah)
Definition: iota
Usage: iota, a small letter of the Greek alphabet, used in the NT (like yod, the Hebrew or rather Aramaic letter which was the smallest of all) to indicate the smallest part.
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2503 iṓta ("jot" in the KJV) – "yōd, the smallest Hebrew (Aramaic) letter" (Souter). By analogy, the Hebrew letter yōd refers to the Greek letter, iōta (the smallest letter in the Greek alphabet). This symbolizes how each and every detail of the Hebrew-Greek text of Scripture (its grammar) is guaranteed by the Lord Himself to be inerrant and unstoppably powerful!

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of Semitic origin; name of the Gr. letter corresponding to the tenth Heb. letter, yod
NASB Translation
letter (1).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 2503: ἰῶτα

ἰῶτα, τό, iota (A. V. jot), the Hebrew letter, yodh י, the smallest of them all; hence equivalent to the minutest part: Matthew 5:18. (Cf. Iota.)

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
jot, iota

Of Hebrew origin (the tenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet); "iota", the name of the eighth letter of the Greek alphabet, put (figuratively) for a very small part of anything -- jot.

Forms and Transliterations
ιωτα ιώτα ἰῶτα κάβου iota iôta iōta iō̂ta
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Englishman's Concordance
Matthew 5:18 N
GRK: ἡ γῆ ἰῶτα ἓν ἢ
NAS: not the smallest letter or
KJV: pass, one jot or one
INT: the earth jot one or

Strong's Greek 2503
1 Occurrence

ἰῶτα — 1 Occ.

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