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Revelation 20:1

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Textus Receptus (Stephanus 1550)

G2532 And και
G1492 I saw ειδον
G32 an angel αγγελον
G2597 come down καταβαινοντα
G1537 from εκ
G3588 the του
G3772 heaven ουρανου
G2192 having εχοντα
G3588 of the την
G2807 key κλειδα
G3588 the της
G12 bottomless pit αβυσσου
G2532 and και
G254 chain αλυσιν
G3173 a great μεγαλην
G1909 in επι
G3588 the την
G5495 hand χειρα
G846   αυτου

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

G32 angel
G2597 down
G1537 from
G3772 heaven
G2192 having
G12 pit
G3173 great
G254 chain
G848 his
G5495 hand

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Greek-English Dictionary

Strongs: G3173
Greek: μέγας
Transliteration: megas
Pronunciation: meg'-as
Part of Speech: Adjective
Bible Usage: (+ fear) exceedingly great (-est) high large loud mighty + (be) sore (afraid) strong X-(idiom) to years.

compare also G3176 G3187]: big (literally or figuratively in a very wide application)

1. great

a. of the external form or sensible appearance of things (or of persons)

1. in particular, of space and its dimensions, as respects 1a

b. mass and weight: great 1a

c. compass and extent: large, spacious 1a

d. measure and height: long 1a

e. stature and age: great, old

f. of number and quantity: numerous, large, abundant

g. of age: the elder

h. used of intensity and its degrees: with great effort, of the affections and emotions of the mind, of natural events powerfully affecting the senses: violent, mighty, strong

2. predicated of rank, as belonging to

a. persons, eminent for ability, virtue, authority, power

b. things esteemed highly for their importance: of great moment, of great weight, importance

c. a thing to be highly esteemed for its excellence: excellent

3. splendid, prepared on a grand scale, stately

4. great things

a. of God's preeminent blessings

b. of things which overstep the province of a created being, proud (presumptuous) things, full of arrogance, derogatory to the majesty of God

Thayer's Greek–English Lexicon
of the New Testament 1889
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.