Strong's Concordance, Greek Dictionary
A thousand paces, i.e., a "mile"
Greek: μίλιον, milion (G3400)
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Strong's Number: G3400
Greek Base Word: μίλιον
Definition: A thousand paces, i.e., a "mile".
- A mile, among the Romans the distance of a thousand paces or eight stadia, about 1.5 km (about 0.93 miles).
Derived terms: Of Latin origin.
- Biblical International Phonetic Alphabet: ˈmi.li.on
- Modern International Phonetic Alphabet: ˈmi.li.own
- Transliteration: milion
- Biblical Pronunciation: MEE-lee-one
- Modern Pronunciation: MEE-lee-one
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Bible Verses with μίλιον (G3400)
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