dēnarion: denarius (a Roman coin)Original Word: δηνάριονTransliteration:
(day-nar'-ee-on)Part of Speech:
Noun, NeuterShort Definition:
denarius (a Roman coin)Meaning:
denarius (a Roman coin)
denarius, pence, penny.
Of Latin origin; a denarius (or ten asses) -- pence, penny(-worth).
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 1220: δηνάριονδηνάριον
, others), a Latin word, a denarius,
a silver coin, originally consisting of ten (whence its name), afterward (from <217 b.c.=""> on) of sixteen asses; about (3.898 grams, i. e. 8 1/2 pence or 16 2/3 cents; rapidly debased from Nero on; cf. BB. DD. under the word ): Matthew 18:28; Matthew 20:2, 9, 13; Matthew 22:19; Mark 6:37; Mark 12:15; Mark 14:5; Luke 7:41; Luke 10:35; Luke 20:24; John 6:7; John 12:5; Revelation 6:6 (cf. Winers Grammar, 587 (546); Buttmann, 164 (143)); τό ἀνά δηνάριον namely, ὄν, the pay of a denarius apiece promised to each workman, Matthew 20:10 T Tr (txt., Tr marginal reading WH brackets τό).<1>