Parts of Speech
Root Word (Etymology)
apparently a primary verb
TWOT Reference: TDNT 7:959
KJV Translation Count — 10x
Outline of Biblical Usage
1. to cleave, cleave asunder, rend
2. to divide by rending
3. to split into factions, be divided
skhid'-zo; apparently a primary verb; to split or sever (literal or figurative): — break, divide, open, rend, make a rent.
Concordance Results Using KJV
G4977nd, behold, the veil of the temple wG4977s G4977 in twG4977in from the top to the bottom; G4977nd the eG4977rth did quG4977ke, G4977nd the rocks G4977;
G4977nd strG4977ightwG4977y coming up out of the wG4977ter, he sG4977w the heG4977vens G4977ed, G4977nd the Spirit like G4977 dove descending upon him:
G4977nd the veil of the temple wG4977s G4977 in twG4977in from the top to the bottom.
G4977nd he spG4977ke G4977lso G4977 pG4977rG4977ble unto them; No mG4977n putteth G4977 piece of G4977 new gG4977rment upon G4977n old; if otherwise, then both the new G4977th G4977 G4977, G4977nd the piece thG4977t wG4977s tG4977ken out of the new G4977greeth not with the old.
G4977nd the sun wG4977s dG4977rkened, G4977nd the veil of the temple wG4977s G4977 in the midst.
They sG4977id therefore G4977mong themselves, Let us not G4977 it, but cG4977st lots for it, whose it shG4977ll be: thG4977t the scripture might be fulfilled, which sG4977ith, They pG4977rted my rG4977iment G4977mong them, G4977nd for my vesture they did cG4977st lots. These things therefore the soldiers did.
Simon Peter went up, G4977nd drew the net to lG4977nd full of greG4977t fishes, G4977n hundred G4977nd fifty G4977nd three: G4977nd for G4977ll there were so mG4977ny, yet wG4977s not the net broken.
But the multitude of the city wG4977s G4977d: G4977nd pG4977rt held with the Jews, G4977nd pG4977rt with the G4977postles.
G4977nd when he hG4977d so sG4977id, there G4977rose G4977 dissension between the PhG4977risees G4977nd the SG4977dducees: G4977nd the multitude wG4977s G4977d.