equivalent to G5342); a balance (as supporting weights), i.e. (by implication) a certain weight (and thence a coin or rather sum of money) or "talent" Derivation: neuter of a presumed derivative of the original form of τλάω (to bear;
τάλαντομ, -ον, τ [in LXX for כִּכָּר ;] __1. a balance (Hom.). __2. that which is weighed, a talent; __(a) a talent in weight (in Horn. always of gold); __(b) a sum of money, whether gold or silver, equivalent to a talent in weight (see DB, iii, 418 ff.): Refs Mat.18:24 25:15 ff.† (AS)
1) the scale of a balance, a balance, a pair of scales 2) that which is weighed, a talent 2a) a weight varying in different places and times 2b) a sum of money weighing a talent and varying in different states and according to the changes in the laws regulating currency 2b1) the Attic talent was equal to 60 Attic minae or 6000 drachmae 2b2) a talent of silver in Israel weighed about 100 pounds (45 kg) 2b3) a talent of gold in Israel weighed about 200 pounds (91 kg)
Neuter of a presumed derivative of the original form of τλάω tlao 4 (to bear; equivalent to G5342); a balance (as supporting weights), that is, (by implication) a certain weight (and thence a coin or rather sum of money) or “talent”
A primary verb (for which other and apparently not cognate ones are used in certain tenses only; namely οἴω oiō̄̄ and ἐνέγκω enegkō̄ to “bear” or carry (in a very wide application, literally and figuratively
KJV Usage: be, bear, bring (forth), carry, come, + let her drive, be driven, endure, go on, lay, lead, move, reach, rushing, uphold.
From G303 and G5342; to takeup (literally or figuratively)
From G575 and G5342; to bearoff (literally or relatively)
KJV Usage: bring, carry (away).
From a provincial form of G5342 and G3529; victorious; Bernice, a member of the Herodian family
KJV Usage: Bernice.
From G1223 and G5342; to bearthrough, that is, (literally) transport; usually to bearapart, that is, (objectively) to tossabout (figuratively report); subjectively to “differ” , or (by implication) surpass
KJV Usage: be better, carry, differ from, drive up and down, be (more) excellent, make matter, publish, be of more value.
Neuter of a compound of G1223 and a derivative of an alternate of G5342; carriedthrough, that is, (adverb with G1519 and G3588 prefixed) perpetually
KJV Usage: +continually, for ever.
From G1519 and G5342; to carryinward (literally or figuratively)
KJV Usage: bring (in), lead into.
From G1537 and G5342; to bearout (literally or figuratively)
KJV Usage: bear, bring forth, carry forth (out).
From G1909 and G5342; to bearupon (or further), that is, adduce (personally or judicially [accuse, inflict ]), superinduce
KJV Usage: add, bring (against), take.
From (the feminine form of) G2288 and G5342; deathbearing, that is, fatal
KJV Usage: deadly.
From G2590 and G5342; fruitbearing (figuratively)
KJV Usage: fruitful.
From G2596 and G5342 (including its alternate); to beardown, that is, (figuratively) overcome (with drowsiness); specifically to cast a vote
KJV Usage: fall, give, sink down.
From G3844 and G5342 (including its alternate forms); to bearalong or aside, that is, carryoff (literally or figuratively); by implication to avert
KJV Usage: remove, take away.
From G4012 and G5342; to conveyaround, that is, transporthitherandthither
KJV Usage: bear (carry) about.
From G4314 and G5342 (including its alternate); to beartowards, that is, leadto, tender (especially to God), treat
KJV Usage: bring (to, unto), deal with, do, offer (unto, up), present unto, put to.
From G4253 and G5342; to bearforward, that is, produce
KJV Usage: bring forth.
From G4862 and G5342 (including its alternate); to beartogether (contribute), that is, (literally) to collect, or (figuratively) to conduce; especially (neuter participle as noun) advantage
KJV Usage: be better for, bring together, be expedient (for), be good, (be) profit (-able for).
From a compound of G5056 and G5342; to beabearertocompletion (maturity), that is, to ripen fruit (figuratively)
KJV Usage: bring fruit to perfection.
From G5259 and G5342; to bear from underneath, that is, (figuratively) to undergo hardship
KJV Usage: bear, endure.
From G5342; a load (as borne), that is, (figuratively) a tax (properly an individual assessment on persons or property; whereas G5056 is usually a general toll on goods or travel)
KJV Usage: tribute.
From G5342; something carried, that is, the cargo of a ship
KJV Usage: lading.
From G5457 and G5342; lightbearing (“phosphorus”), that is, (specifically) the morningstar (figuratively)
KJV Usage: day star.
Perhaps from the alternate of G5342; the shoulder (as that on which burdens are borne)