2862. kolónia
Strong's Concordance
kolónia: a colony (a city settlement of soldiers disbanded from the Roman army)
Original Word: κολων?α, α?, ?
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Transliteration: kolónia
Phonetic Spelling: (kol-o-nee'-ah)
Definition: a colony (a city settlement of soldiers disbanded from the Roman army)
Usage: a colony, a city settlement of Roman (soldier) citizens; a garrison city.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of Latin origin
Definition
a colony (a city settlement of soldiers disbanded from the Roman army)
NASB Translation
colony (1).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 2862: κολων?α

κολων?α (R G Tr), κολων?α (L T WH KC (cf. Chandler § 95)) (Tdf. editions 2, 7 κολωνε?α; see his note on Acts as below, and cf. ε?, ?), κολωνια?, ? (a Latin word), a colony: in Acts 16:12 the city of Philippi is so called, where Octavianus had planted a Roman colony (cf. Dio Cassius, 51, 4; Digest. 50, tit. 15, 8). The exegetical difficulties of this passage are best removed, as Meyer shows, by connecting κολων?α closely with πρ?τη π?λι?, the chief city, a (Roman) colony (a colonial city); (but cf. Lightfoot's Commentary on Philippians, p. 50f).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
colony.

Of Latin origin; a Roman "colony" for veterans -- colony.

Forms and Transliterations
κολωνια κολων?α κολ?νια kolonia kolonía kolōnia kolōnía
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Englishman's Concordance
Acts 16:12 N-NFS
GRK: Μακεδον?α? π?λι? κολων?α ?μεν δ?
NAS: of Macedonia, a [Roman] colony; and we were staying
KJV: of Macedonia, [and] a colony: and
INT: of Macedonia city a colony we were moreover

Strong's Greek 2862
1 Occurrence


κολων?α — 1 Occ.









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