Solomón: Solomon, a son of David and king of Isr.Original Word: Σολομών, ῶνος, ὁPart of Speech:
Solomon, son of David King of Israel, and Bathsheba.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
of Hebrew origin ShelomohDefinition
Solomon, a son of David and king of Isr.NASB Translation
Solomon (11), Solomon's (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 4672: ΣαλωμώνΣαλωμών
, see Σολομών
STRONGS NT 4672: ΣολομώνΣολομών (so (Rst bez elz G L in Luke 12:27; R L Tr WH in Acts 7:47 (cf. Tdf. on Matthew 6:29))) and Σολομών (so R G L T Tr WH in Matthew 1:7; Matthew 6:29; Rscriv T Tr WH in Luke 12:27; G in Acts 7:47; (Σαλωμών Tdf. in Acts 7:47)), Σολομῶντος (so Rec. uniformly; (L T WH in Acts 3:11; Acts 5:12; L in Matthew 1:6 also)), and Σολομῶνος (so (G L T Tr WH in Matthew 12:42; Luke 11:31; John 10:23; G T Tr WH in Matthew 1:6; G Tr in Acts 3:11; Acts 5:12); the forms Σολομών, Σολομῶνος, are undoubtedly to be preferred, cf. (Tdf. Proleg., pp. 104, 110; WHs Appendix, p. 158); Winers Grammar, 67 (65); Buttmann, 16 (14f)), ὁ (שְׁלֹמֹה, i. e. 'pacific', Irenaeus, German Friedrich, English Frederick), Solomon, the son of David by Bathsheba the wife of Uriah; he succeeded his father, becoming the third king of Israel (<1015-975 b.c.=""> (according to the commonly accepted chronology; but cf. the article 'Zeitrechnung' in Riehm's HWB (especially p. 1823f))), built the temple at Jerusalem, and was distinguished for his magnificence, splendor, and wisdom: Matthew 1:6; Matthew 6:29; Matthew 12:42; Luke 11:31; Luke 12:27; John 10:23; Acts 3:11; Acts 5:12; Acts 7:47.<1>
Of Hebrew origin (Shlomoh); Solomon (i.e. Shelomoh), the son of David -- Solomon.
see HEBREW Shlomoh