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Forms of the word
μάστιξ, ιγός, ἡ
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flogging device, whip; suffering; disease, sickness
a scourge, whip, Acts 22:24; Heb. 11:36; met. a scourge of disease, Mk. 3:10; 5:29, 34; Lk. 7:21*

Greek-English Concordance for μάστιξ

Mark 3:10 many, For he had healed many, so that all who had diseases (mastigas | μάστιγας | acc pl fem) were pressing forward so they could touch him. all who had diseases (mastigas | μάστιγας | acc pl fem)
Mark 5:29 Immediately the flow of blood was dried up, and she knew in her body that she was healed of the affliction (mastigos | μάστιγος | gen sg fem).
Mark 5:34 And he And said to her, “Daughter, your faith your has made you well. Go in peace and be healed of your affliction.” (mastigos | μάστιγος | gen sg fem) your
Luke 7:21 In that hour he healed many people of diseases, sicknesses (mastigōn | μαστίγων | gen pl fem) and evil spirits; and to many who were blind he gave the ability to see.
Acts 22:24 the commanding officer ordered Paul to be brought back into the barracks, saying that he should be examined with whips (mastixin | μάστιξιν | dat pl fem) so that he might know the reason why they were shouting at him that way.
Hebrews 11:36 Others experienced jeering and flogging (mastigōn | μαστίγων | gen pl fem), and even chains and prison.