By these three plagues (apo twn triwn plhgwn toutwn). Our "plague" or stroke from plhssw, as in Luke 10:30 and often in Rev. ( Revelation 9:20 ; Revelation 11:6 ; Rev 15:1 Rev 15:6 Rev 15:8 ; Revelation 16:9 ; Rev 18:4 Rev 18:8 ; Revelation 22:18 ). It is used in Exodus 11:1 for the plagues in Egypt. The three plagues here are the fire, smoke, and brimstone which proceed from the mouths of the horses. Was killed (apektanqhsan). First aorist passive indicative of apokteinw, to kill, third person plural, though to triton is neuter singular because a collective idea. See same form in verse Exodus 20 .