stamnos: an earthen jar (for racking off wine)Original Word: στάμνος, ου, ὁ, ἡPart of Speech:
a jar or vaseDefinition:
a jar or vase.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from the same as histémiDefinition
an earthen jar (for racking off wine)NASB Translation
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 4713: στάμνοςστάμνος
, § 216)), among the Greeks an earthen jar,
into which wine was drawn off for keeping (a process called κατασταμνίζειν
), but also used for other purposes. The Sept.
employ it in Exodus 16:33
as the rendering of the Hebrew צִנְצֶנֶת
, that little jar (or pot
) in which the manna was kept, laid up in the ark of the covenant; hence, in Hebrews 9:4
, and Philo
de congr. erud. grat. § 18. Cf. Lob. ad Phryn.
, p. 400; (Winer
's Grammar, 23).<1>
STRONGS NT 4713a: στασιαστήςστασιαστής, στασιαστου, ὁ (στασιάζω), the author of or a participant in an insurrection: Mark 15:7 L T Tr WH ((Diodorus from 10, 11, 1, p. 171, 6 Dindorf; Dionysius Halicarnassus, ii. 1199); Josephus, Antiquities 14, 1, 3; Ptolemy). The earlier Greeks used στασιώτης (Moeris, under the word).<1> 1>
From the base of histemi (as stationary); a jar or earthen tank -- pot.
see GREEK histemi