From klao; a twig or bough (as if broken off) -- branch.
see GREEK klao
a. properly, a young, tender shoot, broken off for grafting.
b. universally, a branch: Matthew 13:32; Matthew 21:8; Matthew 24:32; Mark 4:32; Mark 13:28; Luke 13:19; as the Jewish patriarchs are likened to a root., so their posterity are likened to branches, Romans 11:16-19, 21; cf. Sir. 23:25 Sir. 40:15; Menander fragment, Meineke edition, p. 247 (fragment 182, vol. iv. 274 (Ber. 1841)). (Tragg., Aristophanes, Theophrastus, Geoponica, others.)