Médos: a Mede, Median, an inhabitant of MediaOriginal Word: Μῆδος, ου, ὁ
Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine
Phonetic Spelling: (may'-dos)
Short Definition: a Mede
Definition: a Mede, a Median, from east of Assyria.
of foreign origin
a Mede, Median, an inhab. of Media
STRONGS NT 3370: Μῆδος
Μῆδος, Μηδου, ὁ, a Mede, a native or an inhabitant of Media, a well-known region of Asia whose chief city was Ecbatana (see B. D., under the word): Acts 2:9. (Cf. B. D. and Schaff-Herzog under the word Media.)<1>
Of foreign origin (compare Maday); a Median, or inhabitant of Media -- Mede.
see HEBREW Maday Μηδοι Μῆδοι μηθ Medoi Mêdoi Mēdoi Mē̂doi