Bible Studies/g2247


Please explain how this word (Strongs g2247) that Strongs defines as singular "nail" becomes plural "nails".  Also the word g5495 and how that goes from the singular to plural.

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The singular for nail is haylos as used by Strong and other concordances; whereas  the word used in the Bible is the plural of that word :haylown.

Perhaps I'm missing the point about what you are asking.  Please rephrase the question with more detail and and I'll try to give you a more detailed answer.


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Dean Gade


I can answer questions concerning the translating of specific words and translations of the New Testament. I can give the etemology of Greek words, primarily in the Koine Greek, but also in Classical Greek. I can also give explanations of much of the Bible having read it many times and written many Bible studies.


I studied Greek in earning my BA at a university and my DTh. and MDiv. at an accredited seminary. I was a diviity student at both the university and seminary, spending most of those eight years studying the Bible.

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