dokos: a beam of timberOriginal Word: δοκός, οῦ, ἡPart of Speech:
a beam or spar of timber.
1385 dokós – a large beam (joist) of wood; "a beam of timber" (Abbott-Smith); "a log on which planks in the house rest (as in the papyri); joist, rafter, plank (Moffatt); a pole sticking out grotesquely" (WS, 1, 60); (figuratively) a huge log (like a plank used in a house) that completely obstructs someone's vision.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
(through the idea of holding up)Definition
a beam of timberNASB Translation
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1385: δοκόςδοκός
in so far as it has the idea of bearing (cf. Curtius
, § 11)); from Homer
down; a beam
: Matthew 7:3-5
; Luke 6:41
From dechomai (through the idea of holding up); a stick of timber -- beam.
see GREEK dechomai