bathus: deepOriginal Word: βαθύς, εῖα, ύPart of Speech:
deep, early, profoundDefinition:
deep (lit. and met.); in the depths of the early morning, while still very early; profound.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. wordDefinition
deep (2), deep things (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 901: βαθέωςβαθέως
, adverb, deeply
: ὄρθρου βαθέως
(1829), p. 338), deep in the morning, at early dawn, Luke 24:1 L T Tr WH
; so Meyer at the passage But βαθέως
here is more correctly taken as the Attic form of the genitive from βαθύς
, which see; cf. Buttmann
, 26 (23); (Lob. Phryn., p. 247).<1>
STRONGS NT 901: βαθύςβαθύς, βαθεῖα, βαθύ (cf. βάθος), deep; properly: John 4:11. metaphorically: ὕπνος, a deep sleep, Acts 20:9 (Sir. 22:7; often also in Greek writings); ὄρθρος (see βαθέως), Luke 24:1 ((Aristophanes vesp. 215); Plato, Crito 43 a.; Polyaen. 4, 9, 1; ἔτι βαθέος ὄρθρου, Plato, Prot. 310 a. (cf. also Philo de mutat. nom. § 30; de vita Moys. i. § 32)); τά βαθέα τοῦ Σατανᾶ, Revelation 2:24 (G L T Tr WH; cf. βάθος).<1> 1>
From the base of basis; profound (as going down), literally or figuratively -- deep, very early.
see GREEK basis