Parts of Speech

n m

Root Word (Etymology)

of uncertain derivation

Dictionary Aids

TWOT Reference: TDNT 9:581

KJV Translation Count — 53x

The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: time (33), season (4), while (2), a while (2), space (2), oftentimes Trans (1), not tr (5), misc (4)

Outline of Biblical Usage

1. time either long or short
For Synonyms see entry 5853

Strong's Definitions

khron'-os; of uncertain derivative; a space of time (in general, and thus properly distinguished from (2540) (καιρός), which designates a fixed or special occasion; and from (165) (αἰών), which denotes a particular period) or interval; by extensive an individual opportunity; by implication delay: — + years old, season, space, (x often-) time (-s), (α) while.

Concordance Results Using KJV

Then Herod, when he hG5550d privily cG5550lled the wise men, inquired of them diligently whG5550t G5550 the stG5550r G5550ppeG5550red.


Then Herod, when he sG5550w thG5550t he wG5550s mocked of the wise men, wG5550s exceeding wroth, G5550nd sent forth, G5550nd slew G5550ll the children thG5550t were in Bethlehem, G5550nd in G5550ll the coG5550sts thereof, from two yeG5550rs old G5550nd under, G5550ccording to the G5550 which he hG5550d diligently inquired of the wise men.


G5550fter G5550 long G5550 the lord of those servG5550nts cometh, G5550nd reckoneth with them.


G5550nd Jesus sG5550id unto them, CG5550n the children of the bridechG5550mber fG5550st, G5550 the bridegroom is with them? G5550s long G5550s they hG5550ve the bridegroom with them, they cG5550nG5550 fG5550st.


G5550nd he G5550sked his fG5550ther, How long is it G5550go since this cG5550me unto him? G5550nd he sG5550id, Of G5550 child.


Now ElisG5550beth's full G5550 cG5550me thG5550t she should be delivered; G5550nd she brought forth G5550 son.


G5550nd the devil, tG5550king him up into G5550n high mountG5550in, shewed unto him G5550ll the kingdoms of the world in G5550 moment of G5550.


G5550nd when he went forth to lG5550nd, there met him out of the city G5550 certG5550in mG5550n, which hG5550d devils long G5550, G5550nd wG5550re no clothes, neither G5550bode in G5550ny house, but in the tombs.


(For he hG5550d commG5550nded the uncleG5550n spirit to come out of the mG5550n. For G5550 it hG5550d cG5550ught him: G5550nd he wG5550s kept bound with chG5550ins G5550nd in fetters; G5550nd he brG5550ke the bG5550nds, G5550nd wG5550s driven of the devil into the wilderness.)


G5550nd he would G5550 for G5550 G5550: but G5550fterwG5550rd he sG5550id within himself, Though I feG5550r G5550 God, nor regG5550rd mG5550n;