Word Summary
dōron: a gift, present, a sacrifice
Original Word: δῶρον
Transliteration: dōron
Phonetic Spelling: (do'-ron)
Part of Speech: Noun, Neuter
Short Definition: a gift, present, a sacrifice
Meaning: a gift, present, a sacrifice
Strong's Concordance
gift, offering.

A present; specially, a sacrifice -- gift, offering.

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 1435: δῶρον

δῶρον, δώρου, τό (from Homer down), the Sept. generally for קָרְבָּן, often also for מִנְחָה and שֹׁחַד; a gift, present: Ephesians 2:8; Revelation 11:10; of gifts offered as an expression of honor, Matthew 2:11; of sacrifices and other gifts offered to God, Matthew 5:23; Matthew 8:4; Matthew 15:5; Matthew 23:18; Mark 7:11; Hebrews 5:1; Hebrews 8:3; Hebrews 9:9; Hebrews 11:4; of money cast into the treasury for the purposes of the temple and for the support of the poor, Luke 21:1,(4). (Synonym: see δόμα, at the end.)

STRONGS NT 1435a: δωροφορίαδωροφορία, δωροφοριας, (δωροφόρος, bringing gifts), the offering of a gift or of gifts: Romans 15:31 L Tr marginal reading, cf. διακονία, 3. (Alciphron 1, 6; Pollux 4, 47 (p. 371, Hemst. edition); several times in ecclesiastical writings.)