mén: a monthOriginal Word: μήν, μηνός, ὁPart of Speech:
a (lunar) month.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. wordDefinition
a monthNASB Translation
month (4), months (14).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3376: μήν (n)μήν (n)
, genitive μηνός
(with the Alex.
the accusative μηναν
, Revelation 22:2
Lachmann; on which form see references under ἄρσην
, at the end); (from Homer
1. a month: Luke 1:24, 26, 36, 56; Luke 4:25; Acts 7:20; Acts 18:11; Acts 19:8; Acts 20:3; Acts 28:11; James 5:17; Revelation 9:5, 10, 15; Revelation 11:2; Revelation 13:5; Revelation 22:2.
2. the time of new moon, new moon (barbarous Latinnovilunium: after the use of the Hebrew חֹדֶשׁ, which denotes both a 'month' and a 'new moon,' as in Numbers 28:11; Numbers 29:1): Galatians 4:10 (Lightfoot compares Isaiah 66:23) (the first day of each month, when the new moon appeared, was a festival among the Hebrews; cf. Leviticus 23:24; Numbers 28:11; Psalm 80:4<10> ()); (others refer the passage to 1 (see Meyer at the passage)).<1>
A primary word; a month -- month.