homoios: like, resembling, the same asOriginal Word: ὅμοιος, οία, οιονPart of Speech:
like, similar toDefinition:
like, similar to, resembling, of equal rank.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from the same as homouDefinition
like, resembling, the same asNASB Translation
like (43), one like (2), same (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3664: ὅμοιοςὅμοιος
(on the accent cf. (Chandler
§§ 384, 385); Winer
s Grammar, 52 (51); Alexander Buttmann
(1873) Ausf. Spr. § 11 Anm. 9), ὁμοία
, also of two term. (once in the N. T., Revelation 4:3 Rst G L T Tr WH
; cf. Winer
s Grammar, § 11, 1; (Buttmann
, 26 (23))) (from ὁμός
(akin to ἅμα
(which see), Latinsimilis
, English same,
etc.)) (from Homer
down), like, similar, resembling
a. like i. e. resembling: τίνι, in form or look, John 9:9; Revelation 1:13, 15; Revelation 2:18; Revelation 4:6f.; (but here Tr text WH marginal reading ὁμοιοις), ; (but here T WH with the accusative (for dative)); Rec.; ὁράσει, in appearance, Revelation 4:3; in nature, Acts 17:29; Galatians 5:21; Revelation 21:11, 18; in nature and condition, 1 John 3:2; in mode of thinking, feeling, acting, Matthew 11:16; Matthew 13:52; Luke 6:47-49; Luke 7:31; Luke 12:36, and L WH Tr text (see below) in John 8:55; equivalent to may be compared to a thing, so in parables: Matthew 13:31, 33, 44f, 47; Matthew 20:1; Luke 13:18f, 21.
b. like i. e. corresponding or equivalent to, the same as: ὅμοιον τούτοις τρόπον, Jude 1:7; equal in strength, Revelation 13:4; in power and attractions, Revelation 18:18; in authority, Matthew 22:39; Mark 12:31 (here T WH omit; Tr marginal reading brackets ὅμοιον); in mind and character, τίνος (cf. Winers Grammar, 195 (183) (cf. § 28, 2); Buttmann, § 132, 24), John 8:55 R G T Tr marginal reading (see above).<1>
From the base of homou; similar (in appearance or character) -- like, + manner.
see GREEK homou