ἱμάτιον

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Forms of the word
Dictionary: 
ἱμάτιον, -ου, τό
Greek transliteration: 
himation
Simplified transliteration: 
himation
Numbers
Strong's number: 
2440
GK Number: 
2668
Statistics
Frequency in New Testament: 
60
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
n-2c
Gloss: 
clothing, cloak, robe
Definition: 
a garment; the upper garment, mantle, Mt. 5:40; 9:16, 20, 21; pl. the mantle and tunic together, Mt. 26:65; pl. genr. garments, raiment, Mt. 11:8; 24:18

Greek-English Concordance for

Matthew 5:40 And let the one who wants to sue you and take your shirt have your coat (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut) as well.
Matthew 9:16 No one sews a piece of unshrunk cloth on an old garment (himatiō | ἱματίῳ | dat sg neut), because the patch will pull away from the garment (himatiou | ἱματίου | gen sg neut), and the tear will be worse.
Matthew 9:20 Just then a woman who had suffered from severe bleeding for twelve years came up behind him and touched the fringe of his cloak (himatiou | ἱματίου | gen sg neut),
Matthew 9:21 for she was saying to herself, “If I can only touch his garment (himatiou | ἱματίου | gen sg neut), I will be healed.”
Matthew 14:36 And they begged him that they might just touch the fringe of his cloak (himatiou | ἱματίου | gen sg neut); and as many as touched it were healed.
Matthew 17:2 And he was transfigured before them, and his face shone like the sun, and his clothes (himatia | ἱμάτια | nom pl neut) became white as light.
Matthew 21:7 They brought the donkey and the colt, and placed their cloaks (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) on them; and he sat on them.
Matthew 21:8 A very large crowd spread their cloaks (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) on the road, while others cut branches from trees and spread them on the road.
Matthew 24:18 and the one in the field must not go back to pick up his coat (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut).
Matthew 26:65 Then the high priest tore his robes (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) and said, “He has blasphemed! What further need do we have of witnesses? You have now heard his blasphemy.
Matthew 27:31 And when they finished mocking him, they stripped him of the cloak and put his own clothes (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) back on and led him away to crucify him.
Matthew 27:35 And when they had crucified him, they divided his clothes (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) among them by casting lots.
Mark 2:21 “No one sews a piece of unshrunk cloth unshrunk sews on an old garment (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut). old If he does, the patch pulls away from it, the new from the old, and the worse. tear becomes worse.
Mark 5:27 When she heard about Jesus, she came up behind him in the crowd behind and touched his cloak (himatiou | ἱματίου | gen sg neut), his
Mark 5:28 for she had been saying, “If I can only touch his clothes (himatiōn | ἱματίων | gen pl neut), his I will be healed.”
Mark 5:30 And immediately Jesus, knowing in himself that power had gone out from him, immediately power had gone out turned around in the crowd and said, “Who touched my clothes?” (himatiōn | ἱματίων | gen pl neut) touched clothes?” (himatiōn | ἱματίων | gen pl neut)
Mark 6:56 And wherever he entered villages, towns, or rural areas, they would place the sick in the marketplaces and implore him that they might touch just the fringe of his cloak (himatiou | ἱματίου | gen sg neut). And as many as touched him were made well.
Mark 9:3 and his clothes (himatia | ἱμάτια | nom pl neut) became radiant, intensely white, as no launderer on earth could bleach them.
Mark 10:50 And throwing aside his cloak (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut), he jumped to his feet and came to Jesus.
Mark 11:7 Then they brought the colt to Jesus and threw their cloaks (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) on it, and he sat on it.
Mark 11:8 And many spread their cloaks (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) on the road, while others spread tall grass, cutting it from the fields.
Mark 13:16 and let the one who is in the field not return to get his cloak (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut).
Mark 15:20 And when they had finished mocking him, they stripped him of the purple robe and put his own clothes (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) on him. Then they led him out to crucify him.
Mark 15:24 Then they crucified him and divided his clothing (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut), casting lots for them, to see who would take what.
Luke 5:36 He also told a parable to them: “No one tears a patch from a new garment (himatiou | ἱματίου | gen sg neut) and sews it on an old garment (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut). If he does, he both tears the new, and the patch from the new will not match the old.
Luke 6:29 To the one who strikes you on the cheek, offer the other also; and from the one who takes your coat (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut), do not withhold even your shirt.
Luke 7:25 what did you go out to see? A man dressed in luxurious clothing (himatiois | ἱματίοις | dat pl neut)? Those who wear expensive clothing and live in luxury are found in royal palaces.
Luke 8:27 When he stepped out on the land, a man from the town met him, who was possessed by demons, and for a long time had not worn clothes (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut) or had lived in a house but among the tombs.
Luke 8:44 She came up behind him and touched the edge of his cloak (himatiou | ἱματίου | gen sg neut) and at once her flow of blood stopped.
Luke 19:35 Then they brought it to Jesus, and throwing their cloaks (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) onto the colt, they put Jesus on it.
Luke 19:36 And as he rode along, they spread their cloaks (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) on the road.
Luke 22:36 He said to them, “But now let the one who has a moneybag take it, and likewise a knapsack. And the one who has no sword, let him sell his cloak (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut) and buy one.
Luke 23:34 And Jesus was saying, “Father, forgive them; for they do not know what they are doing.” Then in order to divide up his clothing (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) they cast lots.
John 13:4 got up from the table, laid aside his outer (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) garments, and taking a towel, tied it around his waist.
John 13:12 So when Jesus had washed their feet and put on his outer (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) garments, he sat down at the table again and said to them, “Do you understand what I have just done for you?
John 19:2 And the soldiers twisted some thorns into a crown and placed it on his head, and they threw a purple robe (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut) around him.
John 19:5 So Jesus came out, wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut); and Pilate said to them, “Look, the man!”
John 19:23 When the soldiers crucified Jesus, they took his garments (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) and separated them into four shares, one share for each soldier. They also took his tunic, which was seamless, woven from top to bottom as a single piece.
John 19:24 So they said to one another, “Let us not tear it, but cast lots for it to see who will get it” — that the Scripture might be fulfilled that says, “They divided my garments (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) among themselves, and for my clothing they cast lots.” So the soldiers did these things.
Acts 7:58 When they had driven him out of the city, they began to stone him; and the witnesses laid their cloaks (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) at the feet of a young man named Saul.
Acts 9:39 So Peter got up and went with them; and when he arrived, they took him to the upper room. All the widows stood beside him, weeping and showing the tunics and other clothing (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) Dorcas used to make while she was still with them.
Acts 12:8 And the angel said to him, “Dress yourself and put on your sandals.” And he did so. And he said to him, “Wrap your cloak (himation | ἱμάτιον | acc sg neut) around yourself and follow me.”
Acts 14:14 But when the apostles Barnabas and Paul heard of it, they tore their clothes (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut), rushed out into the crowd, and shouted,
Acts 16:22 The crowd joined in attacking them, and the magistrates tore the clothes (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) off them and gave orders to beat them with rods.
Acts 18:6 But when they opposed and reviled him, he shook out his garments (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) and said to them, “Your blood be on your own head! I am guiltless. From now on I will go to the Gentiles.”
Acts 22:20 And when the blood of Stephen, your witness, was being shed, I myself was standing by approving and guarding the cloaks (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) of those who were killing him.’
Acts 22:23 While they were crying out and throwing off their cloaks (himatia | ἱμάτια | acc pl neut) and flinging dust in the air,
Hebrews 1:11 They will perish; but you continue. And all of them like a garment (himation | ἱμάτιον | nom sg neut) will wear out,
Hebrews 1:12 like a robe you will fold them up, like a garment (himation | ἱμάτιον | nom sg neut) they will also be changed. But you are the same, and your years will never end.”
James 5:2 Your riches have rotted and your clothes (himatia | ἱμάτια | nom pl neut) are moth-eaten.

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