New Testament

ThAUMA/θαῦμα: an object of wonder

 ThAUMA/θαῦμα (noun) 


  1. an object of wonder, wonder
  2. a state of wondering because one is extraordinarily impressed by something, wonder, amazement

All occurrences of ThAUMA/θαῦμα in the NT:
Strong#: 2295
Occurrences: 1

Rev 17:6And I saw the woman drunk from the blood of the holy ones and from the blood of those testifying of Iēsous, and seeing her I marveled with great marvel.

 ThAUMAZŌ/θαυμάζω (verb) 


  1. to be extraordinarily impressed or disturbed by something
  2. wonder, be amazed

All occurrences of ThAUMAZŌ/θαυμάζω in the NT:
Strong#: 2296
Occurrences: 47

Matt 8:10Now having heard this Iēsous was amazed and said to his followers: Truly I say to you, in Israēl I have not found such faith.
Matt 8:27And the men marveled, saying: Whence is this person, that both the winds and the sea obey him?
Matt 9:8And having seen this, the crowd was afraid and glorified God who gave such authority to humanity.
Matt 9:33And when the demon had been cast out the mute spoke. And the crowd marveled saying: Never was it thus seen in Israēl.
Matt 15:31so that when the crowd saw, they marveled that mute were speaking, and crippled walking, and blind seeing, and they glorified the God of Israēl.
Matt 21:20And when the disciples saw they marveled saying: How is the fig tree immediately withered?
Matt 22:22And when they heard this they were astonished, and going forth they left.
Matt 27:14And he did not answer him with even one word, so that the ruler marveled greatly.
Mark 5:20And he departed and began to be preaching in the Decapolis all that Iēsous did for him, and they all marveled.
Mark 6:6And he marveled at their unbelief. And he went around about the villages teaching.
Mark 6:51And he went up to them into the boat, and the wind ceased, and they were very amazed and marveled in themselves to excess,
Mark 12:17But Iēsous said to them: Render the things of Caesar to Caesar and the things of God to God. And they were marveling upon it.
Mark 15:5But Iēsous no longer answered anything, so that Pilate was being amazed.
Mark 15:44And Pilate wondered if he had already died, and having summoned the centurion, asked if he already died.
Luke 1:21And the people were waiting for Zacharias, and were marveling on his lingering in the temple,
Luke 1:63And having asked for a little tablet he wrote, saying: Iōannēs is his name. And all marveled.
Luke 2:18And all who heard marveled concerning what was spoken by the shepherds to them.
Luke 2:33And his father and mother were marveling upon what was spoken concerning him.
Luke 4:22And all were testifying to him and were marveling upon the words of grace proceeding out of his mouth, and were saying: Is this not Iōsēph’s son?
Luke 7:9But when Iēsous heard these things he marveled at him, and having turned to the crowd following him he said: Truly I say to you, not even in Israēl have I found such faith.
Luke 8:25But he said to them: Where is your faith? But having been made afraid, they were astonished, saying to one another: Who therefore is this, that he rebukes the winds and the water, and they obey him?
Luke 9:43And all were amazed at the majesty of God. So when all were marveling at what things he had done he said to his disciples:
Luke 11:14And he was casting out a demon, and it was mute, so it came about when the demon came out the mute spoke, and the crowds marveled.
Luke 11:38Now the Pharisee when he saw marveled that he did not first wash before breakfast.
Luke 20:26And they were unable to lay hold of his word before the people, and marveling upon his answer they were silent.
Luke 24:12But Petros having stood ran to the tomb, and having peeked in sees the grave clothes lying only, and he departed to him marveling at what had come to pass.
Luke 24:41But when they were still distrusting from joy and amazement he said to them: Do you have anything to eat here?
John 3:7You should not marvel that I said to you, You must [all] be begotten from above.
John 4:27And at this point his disciples came and were marveling that he spoke with a woman. Nevertheless no one said: What do you seek? or Why do you speak with her?
John 5:20For the father philia-loves the son and reveals everything to him which he does, and greater works than these he reveals to him, that you marvel.
John 5:28Be not marveling at this, that the hour comes in which all those in the graves will hear his voice,
John 7:15So the Jews were marveling saying: How does this one know letters, not having been taught?
John 7:21Iēsous answered and said to them: One work I did and all marvel.
Acts 2:7And they were astounded and were amazed saying: Behold are not all these speaking Galileans?
Acts 3:12Now Petros, having seen, answered the crowd: Hierosoluma men, Why do you marvel upon this or why do you fix your gaze on us as though by our own power or piety we have made him to be walking?
Acts 4:13Now seeing the boldness of Petros and Iōannēs, and understanding that they are unlettered and unskilled people, they were marveling, and they were knowing that they were with Iēsous,
Acts 7:31So when Mōsēs saw he marveled at the sight, so when he came to examine, the voice of the Lord came to pass:
Acts 13:41Look, O scoffers, and marvel and disappear, For I work a work in your days, a work which you would not believe if anyone recounted it to you.
Gal 1:6I marvel that thus swiftly are you turned away from the one having called you by the grace of Christ to another good-news,
2Thes 1:10when he come to be glorified with his holy ones and to be marveled at by all those having believed — because our testimony among you was believed — in that day.
1John 3:13Be not marveling, brothers, if the world hate you.
Jude 1:16These are murmurers, complainers, proceeding according to their lusts, and their mouth speaks haughty words, marveling at men’s appearances because of advantages.
Rev 13:3And one of his heads was as though sealed for death, and the wound of his death was healed. And the whole land marveled after the wild-beast,
Rev 17:6And I saw the woman drunk from the blood of the holy ones and from the blood of those testifying of Iēsous, and seeing her I marveled with great marvel.
Rev 17:7And the angel said to me: Why do you marvel? I will tell you the mystery of the woman and of the wild-beast carrying her which has seven heads and ten horns.
Rev 17:8The wild-beast, which you saw, was and is not, and is about to be ascending from the abyss, and he goes to destruction. And those dwelling upon the land will marvel, whose names are not written in the scroll of zōē-life from the foundation of the world, seeing the beast that was and is not and is present.

 ThAUMASIOS/θαυμάσιος (adj) 


  1. pert. to being a cause of wonder or worthy of amazement, wonderful, remarkable, admirable.

All occurrences of ThAUMASIOS/θαυμάσιος in the NT:
Strong#: 2297
Occurrences: 1

Matt 21:15But when the chief priests and the scribes saw the wonders that he did and the children crying out in the temple and saying: Hosanna to the son of Dabid, they were indignant,

 ThAUMASTOS/θαυμαστός (adj) 


  1. pert. to being a cause of wonder or worthy of amazement, wonderful, marvelous, remarkable

All occurrences of ThAUMASTOS/θαυμαστός in the NT:
Strong#: 2298
Occurrences: 7

Matt 21:42Iēsous says to them: Have you never read in the scriptures: The stone that the builders rejected This became the head of the cornerstones. By the Lord this came to pass And is a wonder in our eyes.
Mark 12:11By the Lord this came to pass And is wondrous in our eyes.
John 9:30The [blind] person answered and said to them: But in this one is an amazing thing, that you do not know whence he is, and he opened my eyes.
2Cor 11:14And no marvel, for Satan himself disguises himself into an angel of light.
1Pet 2:9But you are a chosen generation, a king’s priesthood, an holy nation, a people for his possession, so that you proclaim the excellencies of the one having called you from the darkness into his marvelous light,
Rev 15:1And I saw in heaven a sign great and marvelous, seven angels having the last seven plagues, for in them is completed the anger of God.
Rev 15:3And they sing the song of Mōsēs the slave of God and the song of the lamb, saying: Great and marvelous are your works, O Lord God almighty, Just and true are your ways, O king of the nations.