choinix: a choenix (a dry measure of less than a quart)Original Word: χοῖνιξ, ικος, ἡ
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Phonetic Spelling: (khoy'-nix)
Short Definition: a Greek dry measure
Definition: a Greek dry measure, equivalent to 1.92 pints.
of uncertain origin
a choenix (a dry measure of less than a quart)
quart (1), quarts (1).
STRONGS NT 5518: χοῖνιξ
χοῖνιξ, χοινικος, ἡ, from Homer, Odyssey 19, 28 down, a choenix, a dry measure, containing four cotylae or two sextarii (i. e. less than our 'quart'; cf. Liddell and Scott, under the word) (or as much as would support a man of moderate appetite for a day; hence, called in Athen. 3 § 20, p. 98 e. ἡμεροτροφις (cf. ἡ χοῖνιξ ἡμερήσιος τροφή, (Diogenes Laërtius 8, 18)): Revelation 6:6 (where A. V. measure (see Amos appendix ad loc.)).<1>
Of uncertain derivation; a choenix or certain dry measure -- measure. χοινικες χοίνικες Χοινιξ χοίνιξ Χοῖνιξ χοιρογρύλλιοι χοιρογρυλλίοις χοιρογρύλλιον choinikes choínikes Choinix Choînix
Strong's Greek 5518
χοίνικες — 1 Occ.
Χοῖνιξ — 1 Occ.
Revelation 6:6 N-NMS
BIB: ζῴων λέγουσαν Χοῖνιξ σίτου δηναρίου
NAS: saying, A quart of wheat
KJV: say, A measure of wheat
INT: living creatures saying A choenix of wheat for a denarius
Revelation 6:6 N-NMP
BIB: καὶ τρεῖς χοίνικες κριθῶν δηναρίου
NAS: and three quarts of barley
KJV: three measures of barley
INT: and three choenixes of barley for a denarius