3599. odous
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odous: a tooth
Original Word: ὀδούς, όντος, ὁ
Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine
Transliteration: odous
Phonetic Spelling: (od-ooce)
Short Definition: a tooth
Definition: a tooth.

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3599 odoús – tooth. 3599 /odoús ("tooth, teeth") is also used metaphorically: a) of the particular level of compensation or recompense needed in a situation (Mt 5:38); and, b) for how the unredeemed in Gehenna express their indescribable agony, i.e. by "the gnashing of teeth" (Mt 13:42,50,22:13, 24:51, 25:30).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. word
a tooth
NASB Translation
teeth (10), tooth (2).

STRONGS NT 3599: ὀδούς

ὀδούς (according to Etym. Magn. 615, 21 (Pollux 6, 38) from ἔδω, Latinedere, etc., cf. Curtius, § 289; others from the root, da, to divide, cf. δαίω, δάκνω; (Latindens); Fick i., p. 100), ὀδόντος, , from Homer down; the Sept. for שֵׁן; a tooth: Matthew 5:38; Mark 9:18; Acts 7:54; plural Revelation 9:8; βρυγμός τῶν ὀδόντων, see βρυγμός.


Perhaps from the base of esthio; a "tooth" -- tooth.

see GREEK esthio

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