943. batos
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batos: a bath, an Israelite liquid measure
Original Word: βάτος, ου, ὁ
Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine
Transliteration: batos
Phonetic Spelling: (bat'-os)
Short Definition: a bath, a liquid measure between eight and nine gallons
Definition: a bath, a liquid measure among the Jews, containing 72 sextarii, that is, between eight and nine gallons.

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943 bátos – a liquid measure, between eight and nine gallons (72 sextarii, Souter). A bath (batos) was divided into 6 hina (about a gallon each), or 12 logs (about a half-gallon each).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of Hebrew origin bath
a bath, an Isr. liquid measure
NASB Translation
measures (1).

STRONGS NT 943: βάτος (2)

βάτος (2), βάτου, , Hebrew בַּת a bath (A. V. measure), a Jewish measure of liquids containing 72 sextarii (between 8 and 9 gallons) (Josephus, Antiquities 8, 2, 9): Luke 16:6 (see B. D. under the word II. 2).

a measure for liquids.

Of Hebrew origin (bath); a bath, or measure for liquids -- measure.

see HEBREW bath

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