kténos: a beast of burdenOriginal Word: κτῆνος, ους, τόPart of Speech:
a beast of burdenDefinition:
a beast of burden (generally, a horse or mule) either for riding or for carrying loads on its back, or for yoking to a cart or carriage.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a beast of burdenNASB Translation
beast (1), beasts (1), cattle (1), mounts (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 2934: κτῆνοςκτῆνος
; hence, properly, a possession, property, especially in cattle); a beast, especially a beast of burden
: Luke 10:34
; plural, Acts 23:24
; Revelation 18:13
; it seems to be used for quadrupeds as opposed to fishes and birds in 1 Corinthians 15:39
; so for בְּהֵמָה
, Genesis 1:25
; Genesis 2:20
. (Cf. Homer
hymn. 30, 10; of swine in Polybius
12, 4, 14.)<1>
From ktaomai; property, i.e. (specially) a domestic animal -- beast.
see GREEK ktaomai