Word Summary
Asa: Asa, a king of Judah
Original Word: Ἀσά
Transliteration: Asa
Phonetic Spelling: (as-ah')
Part of Speech: Proper Noun, Indeclinable
Short Definition: Asa, a king of Judah
Meaning: Asa -- a king of Judah
Strong's Concordance

Of Hebrew origin ('Aca'); Asa, an Israelite -- Asa.

see HEBREW 'Aca'

Thayer's Greek Lexicon

Ασα (Chaldean אֲסָא, to cure), Asa, king of Judah, son of king Abijah (1 Kings 15:8ff): Matthew 1:7f. (L T Tr WH read Ἀσάφ which see.)

STRONGS NT 760a: ἀσαίνωἀσαίνω: in 1 Thessalonians 3:3, Kuenen and Cobet (in their N. T. ad fidem manuscript Vat., Lugd. 1860 (pref., p. xc.)), following Lachmann (who followed Valckenaer in following J. J. Reiske (Animad. ad Polybius, p. 68); see Valck. Opuscc. ii. 246-249) in his larger edit., conjectured and received into their text μηδέν ἀσαίνεσθαι, which they think to be equivalent to ά᾿χθεσθαι, χαλεπως φέρειν. But there is no necessity for changing the Rec. (see σαίνω, 2 b. β.), nor can it be shown that ἀσαίνω is used by Greek writings for ἀσάω.