ῥίζα

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Dictionary: 
ῥίζα, -ης, ἡ
Greek transliteration: 
rhiza
Simplified transliteration: 
rhiza
Frequency in New Testament: 
17
Strong's number: 
4491
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
n-1c
Gloss: 
root, rootstock
GK Number: 
4844
Definition: 
a root, of a tree, Mt. 3:10; 13:6; met. ἔχειν ῥιζαν, or ἔχειν ῥιζαν ἐν ἑαυτῶ, to be rooted in faith, Mt. 13:21; Mk. 4:17; Lk. 8:13; met. cause, source, origin, 1 Tim. 6:10; Heb. 12:15; by synec. the trunk, stock of a tree, met. Rom. 11:16, 17, 18; met. offspring, progeny, a descendant, Rom. 15:12; Rev. 5:5; 22:16

Greek-English Concordance for

Matthew 3:10 Even now the axe is lying at the root (rhizan | ῥίζαν | acc sg fem) of the trees; so any tree that does not bear good fruit will be cut down and thrown into the fire.
Matthew 13:6 But when the sun came up it was scorched; and because it had no root (rhizan | ῥίζαν | acc sg fem), it withered away.
Matthew 13:21 yet he has no root (rhizan | ῥίζαν | acc sg fem) in himself but lasts only a short time, and when suffering or persecution arises on account of the message, immediately he falls away.
Mark 4:6 When the sun came up, the plant was scorched, and because it did not have a root (rhizan | ῥίζαν | acc sg fem), it withered away.
Mark 4:17 But they have no root (rhizan | ῥίζαν | acc sg fem) in themselves and last for only a limited time. last for Then, when tribulation or persecution comes because of the word, immediately they fall away.
Mark 11:20 And passing by in the morning, they saw the fig tree withered down to the roots (rhizōn | ῥιζῶν | gen pl fem).
Luke 3:9 Indeed, already the axe is laid to the root (rhizan | ῥίζαν | acc sg fem) of the trees; therefore every tree that does not bear good fruit will be cut down and thrown into the fire.
Luke 8:13 Those that fall on rock are the ones who, when they hear the word, receive it with joy; but they have no root (rhizan | ῥίζαν | acc sg fem) — they believe for a while but in a time of testing they fall away.
Romans 11:16 If the dough offered as first fruits is holy, so also is the whole lump; and if the root (rhiza | ῥίζα | nom sg fem) is holy, so also are the branches.
Romans 11:17 But if some of the branches were broken off, and you, although a wild olive shoot, were grafted in among the others and now share in the nourishing root (rhizēs | ῥίζης | gen sg fem) of the olive tree,
Romans 11:18 do not become arrogant toward the branches. But if you do, consider this: it is not you who support the root (rhizan | ῥίζαν | acc sg fem), but the root (rhiza | ῥίζα | nom sg fem) that supports you.
Romans 15:12 And again Isaiah says, “The root (rhiza | ῥίζα | nom sg fem) of Jesse will come, even he who rises to rule over the Gentiles; in him will the Gentiles hope.”
1 Timothy 6:10 For a root (rhiza | ῥίζα | nom sg fem) of all kinds of evils is the love of money, by which some, by their craving, were led astray from the faith and have pierced themselves with many pains.
Hebrews 12:15 Take care that no one forfeits the grace of God; and that no root (rhiza | ῥίζα | nom sg fem) of bitterness grows up and causes trouble and by it many are defiled.
Revelation 5:5 Then one of the elders said to me, “Stop weeping! Look, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the root (rhiza | ῥίζα | nom sg fem) of David, has won the victory so that he can open the scroll and its seven seals.”
Revelation 22:16 “I, Jesus, have sent my angel to bear witness to you about these things for the churches. I am the Root (rhiza | ῥίζα | nom sg fem), the descendant of David — the bright morning star!”
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