4667. Smyrna
Lexical Summary
Smyrna: "myrrh", Smyrna, an Ionian city in Asia Minor
Original Word: Σμύρνα
Transliteration: Smyrna
Phonetic Spelling: (smoor'-nah)
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Short Definition: "myrrh", Smyrna, an Ionian city in Asia Minor
Meaning: Smyrna -- "myrrh", an Ionian city in Asia Minor
Strong's Concordance

The same as smurna; Smyrna, a place in Asia Minor -- Smyrna.

see GREEK smurna

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 4667: Ζμύρνα

Ζμύρνα, so Tdf. in Revelation 1:11, etc., for Σμύρνα, which see.

STRONGS NT 4667: ΣμύρναΣμύρνα, σμύρνης, , Smyrna, an Ionian city, on the Aegean Sea, about 40 miles N. of Ephesus; it had a harbor, and flourished in trade, commerce, and the arts; now Ismir (BB. DD.): Revelation 1:11; Revelation 2:8. Tdf. after manuscript א ((cf. manuscript Bezae, Scrivener edition, p. xlviii.)) has adopted the form Ζμύρνα, found also occasionally on coins and in inscriptions; cf. Kühner, i, p. 200 c.; (Tdf.'s note on Revelation 1:11; and see Sigma, under the end; Lightfoot, Ignatius 2:331 note).


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