5064. tessares
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tessares: four
Original Word: τέσσαρες, τέσσαρα
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: tessares
Phonetic Spelling: (tes'-sar-es)
Short Definition: four
Definition: four.

HELPS word-Studies

5064 téssaresfour, which sometimes also symbolizes universality ("total coverage, inclusion").

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. cardinal number
NASB Translation
eighty-four* (1), forty-four* (3), four (29), four men (1), twenty-four* (6).

STRONGS NT 5064: τέσσαρες

τέσσαρες, τεσσάρων, οἱ, αἱ, τέσσαρα, τά, genitive τεσσάρων, dative τέσσαρσιν ((Lachmann reads τεσσερες 7 times to 33, Tdf. 6 to 35, Tr 6 to 33, WH 6 to 34; Lachmann sometimes has τεσσερα, T Tr WH always; L Tr sometimes have τεσσερας (see WHs Appendix, p. 150)); but no editor adopts epsilon (e) in the genitive or the dative; see τεσσαράκοντα and references), four: Matthew 24:31; Mark 2:3; Luke 2:37; John 11:17; Acts 10:11; Revelation 4:4, etc.

STRONGS NT 5064: τεσσερ( [τεσσερ( see τεσσαρ( (cf. Meisterhans, § 21, 4)]

STRONGS NT 5064: τετρα(τετρα(, in composition equivalent to τετορα, Aeolic (Doric rather) for τέσσαρα.


Or neuter tessara (tes'-sar-ah) a plural number; four -- four.

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