G4592 σημεῖον - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
a sign, a mark, token
a sign, miracle, indication
a sign, miracle, indication, mark, token.
an indication, especially ceremonially or supernaturally
Derivation: neuter of a presumed derivative of the base of G4591;

KJV Usage: miracle, sign, token, wonder.

σημεῖον, -ου, τό
[in LXX chiefly for אוֹת ;]
a sign, mark, token;
__(a) of that which distinguishes a person or thing from others:
Refs Mat.26:48 Luk.2:12, 2Th.3:17
(cf. Deiss., LAE, 153.2); before genitive epexeg., Rom.4:11; with genitive obj.,
Refs Mat.24:8, 30, 2Co.12:12
; with genitive subj., Mat.16:3;
__(b) a sign of warning or admonition:
Refs Mat.12:39 16:4, Luk.2:34 11:29-30, 1Co.14:22
__(with) a sign portending future events (Soph., Plat. al.):
Refs Mrk.13:4, Luk.21:7, 11 21:25, Act.2:19, Rev.12:1, 3 15:1
__(d) of miracles and wonders (MM, xxii), regarded as signs of a divine authority:
Refs Mat.12:38-39 16:1, 4 Mrk.8:11-12 Luk.11:16, 29 23:8, Jhn.2:11, 18 2:23 4:54 6:30 10:41 12:18, Act.4:16, 22
; pl.,
Refs Mrk.16:17, 20, Jhn.2:11, 23 3:2 6:2, 14 6:26 7:31 9:16 11:47 12:37 20:30, Act.8:6, 1Co.1:22
(Lft., Notes, 162); the same ascribed to false teachers and demons:
Refs Mat.24:24, Mrk.13:22, 2Th.2:9, Rev.13:13-14 16:14 19:20
; σ. καὶ τέρατα (τ. καὶ σ.; cf. Tr., Syn., § xci),
Refs Mat.24:24, Mrk.13:22, Jhn.4:48, Act.2:19, 43 4:30 5:12 6:8 7:36 14:3 15:12, Rom.15:19, 2Th.2:9
; id. before καὶ δυνάμεις,
Refs 2Co.12:12, Heb.2:4
; σ. καὶ δυνάμεις, Act.8:13; δ. καὶ τ. καὶ σ., Act.2:22; σ. διδόναι,
Refs Mat.24:24, Mrk.13:22
1) a sign, mark, token
1a) that by which a person or a thing is distinguished from others and is known
1b) a sign, prodigy, portent, i.e. an unusual occurrence, transcending the common course of nature
1b1) of signs portending remarkable events soon to happen
1b2) of miracles and wonders by which God authenticates the men sent by him, or by which men prove that the cause they are pleading is God's

Neuter of a presumed derivative of the base of G4591; an indication, especially ceremonially or supernaturally

KJV Usage: miracle, sign, token, wonder.

View how G4592 σημεῖον is used in the Bible

First 30 of 77 occurrences of G4592 σημεῖον

Matthew 12:38 a sign
Matthew 12:39 a sign;
Matthew 12:39 sign
Matthew 12:39 the sign
Matthew 16:1 a sign
Matthew 16:3 signs
Matthew 16:4 a sign;
Matthew 16:4 sign
Matthew 16:4 the sign
Matthew 24:3 shall be the sign
Matthew 24:24 signs
Matthew 24:30 the sign
Matthew 26:48 a sign,
Mark 8:11 a sign
Mark 8:12 a sign?
Mark 8:12 sign
Mark 13:4 shall be the sign
Mark 13:22 signs
Mark 16:17 signs
Mark 16:20 signs
Luke 2:12 shall be a sign
Luke 2:34 a sign
Luke 11:16 a sign
Luke 11:29 a sign;
Luke 11:29 sign
Luke 11:29 the sign
Luke 11:30 a sign
Luke 21:7 sign
Luke 21:11 signs
Luke 21:25 signs

Distinct usage

24 signs
14 sign
6 the sign
6 a sign
4 signs,
3 a sign;
3 a sign,
2 shall be the sign
2 the signs
2 of signs
1 a sign?
1 shall be a sign
1 sign.
1 that signs
1 with signs
1 the signs,
1 signs?
1 sign:
1 signs.
1 the token
1 the means of those signs

Corresponding Hebrew Words

semeion H226 ot
semeion H4150 moed
semeion H4159 mophet
semeion H4864 maset
semeion H5251 nes
semeion H6725 tsiyyun
semeion H8420 tav
semeion H8615 tiqvah

Related words

G4592 σημεῖον

G4593 σημειόω
From G4592; to distinguish, that is, mark (for avoidance)

KJV Usage: note.

G4591 σημαίνω

From σῆμα sēma (a mark; of uncertain derivation); to indicate

KJV Usage: signify.

G767 ἄσημος
From G1 (as a negative particle) and the base of G4591; unmarked, that is, (figuratively) ignoble

KJV Usage: mean.

G1978 ἐπίσημος
From G1909 and some form of the base of G4591; remarkable, that is, (figuratively) eminent

KJV Usage: notable, of note.

G2154 εὔσημος
From G2095 and the base of G4591; well indicated, that is, (figuratively) significant

KJV Usage: easy to be understood.

G3902 παράσημος
From G3844 and the base of G4591; side marked, that is, labelled (with a badge [figure head ] of a ship)

KJV Usage: sign.

G4953 σύσσημον
Neuter of a compound of G4862 and the base of G4591; a sign in common, that is, preconcerted signal

KJV Usage: token.