diopetés: fallen from heavenOriginal Word: διοπετής, έςPart of Speech:
fallen from the skyDefinition:
fallen from the sky.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from Dios (of Zeus) and the same as piptóDefinition
fallen from heavenNASB Translation
which fell down from heaven (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1356: διοπετήςδιοπετής
of Zeus, and πέτω
; in secular writings also Διιπετής
), fallen from Zeus,
i. e. from heaven
: τό διοπετες
, namely, ἄγαλμα
(which is expressed in Euripides
, Iph. T. 977; Herodian
, 1, 11, 2 (1, Bekker edition; cf. Winer
's Grammar, 234 (219); 592 (551)), an image of the Ephesian Artemis which was supposed to have fallen from heaven, Acts 19:35
; (cf. Meyer at the passage; Farrar, St. Paul, 2:13f).<1>
which fell down from Jupiter.
From the alternate of Zeus and the alternate of pipto; sky-fallen (i.e. An aerolite) -- which fell down from Jupiter.
see GREEK Zeus
see GREEK pipto