diplous: twofold, doubleOriginal Word: διπλοῦς, ῆ, οῦνPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
and perhaps ploosDefinition
twofold, doubleNASB Translation
double (1), double* (1), twice as much (2).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1362: διπλωςδιπλως
down), twofold, double
: 1 Timothy 5:17
; Revelation 18:6
(a comparitive found also in Appian
. hist. praef. § 10, from the positive form διπλός
, 27 (24))) ὑμῶν
, twofold more than yourselves, Matthew 23:15
((cf. Justin Martyr
, dialog contra Trypho, 122)).<1>
double, two-fold more.
From dis and (probably) the base of pleion; two-fold -- double, two-fold more.
see GREEK dis
see GREEK pleion