δύο

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Forms of the word
Dictionary: 
δύο
Greek transliteration: 
dyo
Simplified transliteration: 
dyo
Numbers
Strong's number: 
1417
GK Number: 
1545
Statistics
Frequency in New Testament: 
135
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
a-5a
Gloss: 
two
Definition: 
two, Mt. 6:24; 21:38, 31, et al. freq.; οἱ δύο, both, Jn. 20:4; δύο ἢ τρεις, two or three, some, a few, Mt. 18:20; from the Hebrew, δύο δύο, two and two, Mk. 6:7, i.q. ἀνὰ δύο, Lk. 10:1, and κατὰ δύο, 1 Cor. 14:27

Greek-English Concordance for

Luke 2:24 and to offer a sacrifice according to what is said in the law of the Lord, “A pair of turtledoves or two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) young pigeons.”
Luke 3:11 And he would answer, saying to them, “He who has two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) tunics, let him share with the one who has none; and he who has food, let him do the same.”
Luke 5:2 and he saw two (dyo | δύο | acc pl neut) boats by the lake, but the fishermen had gotten out of them and were washing their nets.
Luke 7:18 The disciples of John told him about all these things. Calling two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) of his disciples, John
Luke 7:41 “There were two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) debtors to a certain moneylender. The one owed five hundred denarii, and the other fifty.
Luke 9:3 He said to them, “Take nothing on the journey — no staff, nor bag, nor bread, nor money. No one is to have two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) tunics.
Luke 9:13 But he said to them, “You give them something to eat.” They said, “We have no more than five loaves and two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) fish, unless we go and buy food for all these people.”
Luke 9:16 Taking the five loaves and the two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) fish, he looked up to heaven and said a blessing and broke them; then he gave them to the disciples to distribute to the crowd.
Luke 9:30 and two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) men were talking with him; Moses and Elijah,
Luke 9:32 Peter and those who were with him were weighed down with sleep, but they kept awake and saw his glory and the two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) men who were standing with him.
Luke 10:1 After this the Lord appointed seventy-two others and sent them on ahead of him, two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) by two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc), into every town and place where he himself was about to go.
Luke 10:17 The seventy-two returned with joy, saying, “Lord, even the demons are subject to us in your name!”
Luke 10:35 The next day he took out two (dyo | δύο | acc pl neut) denarii and gave them to the innkeeper, saying, ‘Take care of him, and whatever more you spend, I will repay to you when I come back.’
Luke 12:6 “Are not five sparrows sold for two (dyo | δύο | gen pl neut) pennies? And not one of them is forgotten before God.
Luke 12:52 For from now on there will be five in one household divided, three against two (dysin | δυσίν | dat pl masc) and two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) against three;
Luke 15:11 Then he said, “A certain man had two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) sons.
Luke 16:13 “No servant is able to serve two (dysi | δυσί | dat pl masc) masters. For either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and money.”
Luke 17:34 I tell you, on that night there will be two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) in one bed; one will be taken and the other left behind.
Luke 17:35 There will be two (dyo | δύο | nom pl fem) women grinding at the mill together; one will be taken and the other left behind.”
Luke 18:10 “Two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) men went up into the temple to pray, the one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector.
Luke 19:29 It happened that as he came near Bethphage and Bethany to the hill called “The Mount of Olives,” he sent two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) of his disciples,
Luke 21:2 and he saw a poor widow put in two (dyo | δύο | acc pl neut) small coins.
Luke 22:38 So they said, “Lord, look! Here are two (dyo | δύο | nom pl fem) swords.” Then he told them, “It is enough.”
Luke 23:32 And they also led away two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) criminals, to be put to death with him.
Luke 24:4 It happened that, while they were wondering about this, suddenly two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) men stood beside them dressed in dazzling attire.
Luke 24:13 Now on that same day two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) of them were on their way to a village about seven miles from Jerusalem, Emmaus by name.
John 1:35 Again, on the following day, John was standing there with two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) of his disciples.
John 1:37 The two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) disciples heard him say this, and they followed Jesus.
John 1:40 Andrew, the brother of Simon Peter, was one of the two (dyo | δύο | gen pl masc) disciples who heard John and followed Jesus.
John 2:6 Now standing nearby were six stone water jars, according to the purification requirements of the Jews, each holding from twenty (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) to thirty gallons.
John 4:40 When therefore the Samaritans came to him, they urged him to stay with them. He stayed there for two (dyo | δύο | acc pl fem) days.
John 4:43 Two (dyo | δύο | acc pl fem) days later Jesus left from there and went to Galilee
John 6:9 “There is a little boy here who has five barley loaves and two (dyo | δύο | acc pl neut) fish, but what are they for so many?”
John 8:17 In your own law it is written that the testimony of two (dyo | δύο | gen pl masc) men is conclusive.
John 11:6 So when he heard that Lazarus was ill, he stayed where he was for two (dyo | δύο | acc pl fem) more days.
John 19:18 There they crucified him, and with him two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) others, one on either side with Jesus between them.
John 20:4 The two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) were running together, but the other disciple ran ahead more quickly than Peter and arrived first at the tomb.
John 20:12 She saw two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) angels in white sitting there, one at the head and the other at the feet of the place where the body of Jesus had been lying.
John 21:2 Gathered there together were Simon Peter, Thomas (called the Twin), Nathanael of Cana in Galilee, the sons of Zebedee, and two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) more of his disciples.
Acts 1:10 And while they were gazing into the sky, as he was going, behold, two (dyo | δύο | nom pl masc) men stood by them in white robes,
Acts 1:23 So they proposed two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc), Joseph called Barsabbas (who was called Justus), and Matthias.
Acts 1:24 And they prayed and said, “You, Lord, the one who knows the hearts of all, show which one of these two (dyo | δύο | gen pl masc) you have chosen
Acts 7:29 At this remark, Moses fled and became an exile in the land of Midian, where he had two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) sons.
Acts 9:38 Since Lydda is near Joppa, the disciples, hearing that Peter was there, sent two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) men to him urging him, “Do not delay in coming to us.”
Acts 10:7 When the angel who spoke to him had gone away, he called two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) of his servants and a devout soldier from among those who waited on him,
Acts 12:6 Now when Herod was about to bring him out, on that very night, Peter was asleep between two (dyo | δύο | gen pl masc) soldiers, bound with two (dysin | δυσίν | dat pl fem) chains; and guards before the door were guarding the prison.
Acts 19:10 This went on for two (dyo | δύο | acc pl neut) years, so that all the residents of Asia heard the word of the Lord, both Jews and Greeks.
Acts 19:22 So after sending to Macedonia two (dyo | δύο | acc pl masc) of those who were helping him, Timothy and Erastus, he himself stayed for a time in Asia.
Acts 19:34 But when they recognized that he was a Jew, a single cry went up from them all as they cried out for about two (dyo | δύο | acc pl fem) hours, “Great is Artemis of the Ephesians!”
Acts 21:33 Then the commanding officer came up and arrested him and ordered him to be tied up with two (dysi | δυσί | dat pl fem) chains. Then he asked who he might be and what he had done.

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