the Week of Proper 20 / Ordinary 25
Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #1116 - Γόμοῤῥα
Gomorrha = "submersion"
- a city in eastern part of Judah that was destroyed when the Lord rained fire and brimstone on it; now covered by the Dead Sea
Γόμορρα (or Γόμορρα, cf. Chandler § 167), Γομορρας, ἡ, and Γομόρρων, τά (cf. Buttmann, 18 (16); Tdf. Proleg., p. 116; WHs Appendix, p. 156), Gomorrah (עַמֹרָה, cf. עַזָּה Gaza), the name of a city in the eastern part of Judaea, destroyed by the same earthquake (cf. B. D. under the word
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Γόμορρα , -ας , ἠ , and -ων , τά
Gomorrah, one of the cities of the plain (Genesis 19:1-38): Matthew 10:15, Romans 9:29 (LXX), 2 Peter 2:6, Judges 1:7.†
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It may be noted that the words Sodoma, Gomorra were found scratched on the wall of a house in Pompeii. They can only be the work of a Jew, or a Christian, and show how fully alive he was to the nature of his surroundings. See Nestle ZNTW v. p. 167 f.
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