Kardia

The KJV New Testament Greek Lexicon

 Strong's Number:   2588  
Original WordWord Origin
kardivaprolonged from a primary kar (Latin, cor, "heart")
Transliterated WordTDNT Entry
Kardia3:605,415
Phonetic SpellingParts of Speech
kar-dee'-ah   Noun Feminine
 Definition
  1. the heart
    1. that organ in the animal body which is the centre of the circulation of the blood, and hence was regarded as the seat of physical life
    2. denotes the centre of all physical and spiritual life
    3. the vigour and sense of physical life
    4. the centre and seat of spiritual life
      1. the soul or mind, as it is the fountain and seat of the thoughts, passions, desires, appetites, affections, purposes, endeavours
      2. of the understanding, the faculty and seat of the intelligence
      3. of the will and character
      4. of the soul so far as it is affected and stirred in a bad way or good, or of the soul as the seat of the sensibilities, affections, emotions, desires, appetites, passions
    5. of the middle or central or inmost part of anything, even though inanimate
 
 King James Word Usage - Total: 160
heart 159, broken hearted + (4937)&version=kjv 1
 
  KJV Verse Count 
Matthew16
Mark12
Luke22
John6
Acts20
Romans15
1 Corinthians4
2 Corinthians11
Galatians1
Ephesians5
Philippians2
Colossians5
1 Thessalonians3
2 Thessalonians2
1 Timothy1
2 Timothy1
Hebrews10
James5
1 Peter3
2 Peter2
1 John3
Revelation3


Total152
Greek lexicon based on Thayer's and Smith's Bible Dictionary plus others; this is keyed to the large Kittel and the "Theological Dictionary of the New Testament." These files are public domain.

Bibliography Information

Thayer and Smith. "Greek Lexicon entry for Kardia". "The KJV New Testament Greek Lexicon". .