Word Summary
Dauid: David
Original Word: Δαυίδ
Transliteration: Dauid
Phonetic Spelling: (dab-eed')
Part of Speech: Proper Noun, Indeclinable
Short Definition: David
Meaning: David
Strong's Concordance

Of Hebrew origin (David); Dabid (i.e. David), the Israelite king -- David.

see HEBREW David

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 1138: Δαβίδ

Δαβίδ (the form in Rec. after the more recent manuscripts (minuscules, cf. Tdf. on Matthew 1:1, and Treg. on Luke 3:31)), Δαυίδ (Griesbach, Schott, Knapp, Theile, others), and Δαυειδ (L T Tr WH (on the εἰ see WH's Appendix, p. 155 and under the word εἰ, ); cf. Winers Grammar, p. 44; Bleek on Heb. vol. ii. 1, p. 538; in Josephus (Antiquities 6, 8, 1ff also Nicolaus Damascenus from 31, p. 114) Δαυιδης, Δαυιδου), (דָּוִד, and especially after the exile דָּוִיד (i. e. beloved)), David, indeclinable name of by far the most celebrated king of the Israelites: Matthew 1:1, 6, 17, etc. σκηνή Δαβίδ Acts 15:16; κλείς τοῦ Δαβίδ Revelation 3:7; θρόνος Δαβίδ Luke 1:32; υἱός Δαβίδ, a name of the Messiah, viz. the descendant of David and heir to his throne (see υἱός, 1 b.); ῤίζα Δαβίδ the offspring of David, Revelation 5:5; Revelation 22:16; βασιλεία τοῦ Δαβίδ Mark 11:10 (see βασιλεία, 3); ἐν Δαυίδ, in the book of the Psalms of David, Hebrews 4:7 (others take it personally, cf. Hebrews 1:1f; yet see ἐν, I. 1 d.).

STRONGS NT 1138: ΔαυειδΔαυειδ and Δαυίδ, see Δαβίδ.