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Title: A Greek-English Lexicon To The New Testament
Author: Green, Thomas Sheldon
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                               A
                      Greek–English Lexicon
                              to
                        The New Testament

                       Revised and Enlarged

                              by

                      Thomas Sheldon Green

                       with a preface by
                         H. L. Hastings
            Editor of the Christian, Boston, U.S.A.

                             and

                         A Supplement

                   Under The Supervision of
                  J. H. Thayer, D.D., Litt.D.

             Professor of New-Testament Criticism
                  and Interpretation in the
            Divinity School of Harvard University

   Containing Additional Words and Forms to be found in one or
   another of the Greek Texts in current use, especially those
          of Lachmann, Tischendorf, Treglles, Westcott
               and Hort, and the Revisers of 1881

                      THIRTY-THIRD THOUSAND

                            Boston
                   H. L. Hastings, 47 Cornhill
                             1896

                       Copyright, 1896
                     Boston, Mass, U.S.A.
                        H. L. Hastings
                      Repository Press,
                         47 Cornhill
                  Greek-Eng Lexicon–33M–6, '96
                       Printed in America

PREFACE

The hidden depths both of the wisdom and knowledge of God were
manifest, not only in the revelation of his will contained in the
Scriptures of truth, but in the manner of giving that revelation, and in
the language in which is was given.

Egypt had wisdom, but it was enshrined in hieroglyphics so obscure that
their meaning faded centuries ago from the memory of mankind, and for
many successive ages no man on earth could penetrate their mysteries.
Assyria and Babylon had literature, art, and science; but with a
language written in seven or eight hundred cuneiform signs, some of them
having fifty different meanings, what wonder is it that for more than
two thousand years the language and literature of these nations was
lost, buried, and forgotten? The vast literature of China has survived
the changes of centuries, but the list of different characters, which in
a dictionary of the second century numbered 9353, and in the latest
imperial Chinese Dictionary numbers 43,960,—some of them requiring
fifty strokes of the pencil to produce them,—shows how unfit such a
language must be for a channel to convey the glad tidings of God's
salvation to the poor, the weak, the sorrowful, and to people who cannot
spend ten or twenty years in learning to comprehend the mysteries of the
Chinese tongue.

Who can imagine what would have been the fate of a divine revelation if
the words of eternal life had been enswathed in such cerements as these?

In the wisdom of God, the revelation of his will was given in the Hebrew
tongue, with an alphabet of twenty-two letters, some of which, as
inscribed on the Moabite stone, b.c. 900, are identical in form and
sound with those now used in English books.

This Hebrew alphabet, so simple that a child might learn it in a day,
has never been lost or forgotten. The Hebrew language in which the
Oracles of God were given to man, has never become a dead language.
Since the day when the Law was given to Moses on Mount Sinai, there
never has been a day or hour when the language in which it was written
was not known to living men, who were able to read, write, and expound
it. And the Hebrew is the only language of those ages that has lived to
the present time, preserving the record of a divine revelation, and
being conserved by it through the vicissitudes of conflict, conquest,
captivity, and dispersion; while the surrounding idolatrous nations
perished in their own corruption, and their languages and literature
were buried in oblivion.

In later ages, when the gospel of the Son of God was to be proclaimed to
all mankind, another language was used as a vehicle for its
communication. The bulk of the Israelitish race, through their
captivities and eternal associations, had lost the knowledge of the holy
tongue, and had learned the languages of the Gentiles among whom they
dwelt; and now as their corporate national existence was to be
interrupted, and they were to be dispersed among the peoples of the
earth, the Hebrew language was not a fit channel for conveying this
revelation to the Gentile world. Hence the same wise Providence which
chose the undying Hebrew tongue for the utterances of the prophets,
selected the Greek, which was at that time, more nearly than any other,
a universal language, as the medium through which the teachings of the
Saviour and the messages of the apostles should be sent forth to
mankind.

This language, like the Hebrew, has maintained its existence,—though
it has been somewhat changed by the flight of years,—and the modern
Greek spoken in Athens to-day is substantially the Greek of 1800 years
ago.

The gospel of Christ was to go forth to every nation; and the miracle of
Pentecost indicated that it was the Divine purpose that each nation
should hear in their own tongue wherein they were born, the wonderful
works of God. Hence the Scriptures have been translated into hundreds of
languages, and to-day six hundred millions of people, comprising all the
leading races and nations of the earth, may have access to the Word of
God in their native tongues. Nevertheless, no translation can perfectly
express the delicate shades of thought which are uttered in another
language, and it often becomes necessary and desirable to recur to the
original Scriptures, and by searching them to find out the precise
meaning of those words which were given by the Holy Ghost, and which are
"more to be desired than gold, yea, than much fine gold." For while,
speaking in a general way, we have faithful translations, which give us
with great accuracy the sense of the Scriptures as a whole, yet there
are times when we desire fuller and more accurate information concerning
particular words uttered by those men to whom the Holy Ghost was given
to bring all things to their remembrance, to guide them into all truth,
and to show them things to come. Frequently there are depths of meaning
which the casual reader does not fathom, and the study of the Greek and
Hebrew becomes as needful as it is agreeable to those who love God's
law, who delight in his gospel, and who have time and opportunity to
prosecute such studies.

There are few lovers of the Bible who do not at times wish that they
might clearly know the precise sense of some one original word which may
sometimes be obscurely translated; or who would not be delighted to
inquire of some competent scholar as to the meaning of certain
expressions contained in that Book of God. Such persons are glad to
study the original Scriptures, that they may learn, as far as possible,
exactly what God has said to man.

The learning of a living language from those who seek it is no trifling
task; but a language which must be learned from books, presents much
greater difficulties; and to many persons the mastery of the Greek
tongue looks like the labor of a lifetime. It is; and yet it is possible
for studious Bible readers to learn the things they specially need to
know, with an amount of labor which need not appall or dishearten any
diligent student.

There are contained in the Greek New Testament about 5594 words; but in
the whole Greek literature the words are a great multitude, which
perhaps no man has ever numbered. The student of the Scriptures is not
anxious to master or explore this vast wealth of Greek literature, but
his ambition is to know something of those 5594 New Testament words in
which the message of God's mercy is conveyed to fallen man. Hence he may
pass by the bulk of Greek literature, and confine his investigations to
those few Greek words which are used in the New Testament to convey to
man the treasures of Divine truth.

A lexicon of the entire Greek language might extend through thousands of
pages. There stands on the shelves of the writer a copy of Stephen's
"Thesaures Grææ Linguæ," in eight folio volumes, (London, 1816-1825,)
which contains more than thirteen thousand large, closely printed pages.
A later edition of the same work is still larger; and there are critics
and students who would find use for a lexicon as elaborate as this; but
for the great mass of Biblical students most of this material would be
entirely useless, and a very small volume would contain all they would
find necessary in their study of the Scriptures of truth. Thus a
portable volume, confining itself to the definition of the words
included in the New Testament, could give them fuller treatment than a
very large volume which, covering the entire language would be obliged
to condense and abridge at every point, omitting perhaps the very matter
most desired by a student of the Sacred Word.

There is another consideration; the Greek of the New Testament differs
materially in its character from the classical Green, or from the Greek
language as a whole. About b.c. 288, the law of Moses was translated
from Hebrew into Greek, by request of Ptolemy Philadelphus, who sought
everywhere for books to enrich his great library at Alexandria.
Subsequently other portions were translated, and hence, we have what is
known as the Septuagint version of the Old Testament. This was largely
used among the Jewish people in Egypt and elsewhere in the time of our
Saviour. It was a Greek version of a Hebrew book, and it was through
this book, as well as by intercourse with Grecian people and foreigners
of the Jewish stock, that the Jewish people became acquainted with the
Greek tongue. But the Greek of the Septuagint was full of Hebrew ideas
and idioms, and hence the Greek of the Jews in Palestine, and of the New
Testament which is also saturated with Old Testament ideas, differed
from the ordinary language of the Greeks, new meanings having been
imparted to various words, in order that they might represent Hebrew
words and Hebrew ideas. For example, when the Greek word hades is used,
we are not thereby committed to a belief in all the fabulous ideas of
the Greeks concerning the abode of the dead, for the word was but the
representative of the Hebrew word sheol, which is almost always
translated hades in the Greek Testament. Hence in studying this Greek
word in the New Testament we are not to go to the Greek classics to find
out what they mean by the word hades, but rather to the Hebrew prophets
to learn in what sense they use the Hebrew word sheol, of which it is
the Greek equivalent. So the word diatheke in classic Greek signifies a
will, testament, covenant, and so the term in the common English version
is translated in both these ways. But in the Septuagint the word
diatheke is used to translate the Hebrew word berith, which signifies a
covenant, but does not signify a will or testament.1* Hence, instead of
speaking of "The New Testament" we should more correctly call it the
"The New Covenant." A variety of instances might be adduced where New
Testament Greek words have meaning widely different from the same words
in classic Greek.

It must also be remembered, that there are words in the New Testament
which are not found at all in the classical writers. When new ideas are
to be conveyed, new words must be found to convey them. In the language
of the Hindus there is no word for home, simply because the Hindu has no
home. The idea of a home as understood by Christians, is utterly foreign
to the Hindu nation and religion. There are heathen nations that have no
word for gratitude, because gratitude is unknown to them; so the word
agape or charity, which describes unselfish love, a love which reaches
to enemies, and which seeks no personal gratification or reward,—that
love which is of God, and concerning which it is said, "God is Love,"
refers to something unknown to the heathen world. They had no word to
express it, because they had not the thing itself to express.

These illustrations indicate some of the peculiarities of the New
Testament Greek, and serve to show use why the student of the Bible
needs an especial apparatus for studying the Greek New Testament. For
this purpose, he has been most generously furnished with New Testament
lexicons, in different languages, Latin, German, and English, by the
labor of devout and learned students. Among the most noteworthy may be
mentioned Robinson's Greek Lexicon of the New Testament, and Prof. J. H.
Thayer's later and more elaborate Greek-English Lexicon of the New
Testament, based upon Prof. Grimm's get Lexicon; which is well adapted
to meet the needs of the critical student.

The meaning of words is determined finally by their usage by those who
employ them, and the only way to settle the sense of disputed and
difficult words is carefully to examine each word in its connection, in
all the passages where it is used, and in the light of that examination
decide as to its meaning or meanings. In some of the more elaborate
lexicons a large number of passages are thus cited, illustrating the use
of the words under consideration, and it some cases authors have
endeavored to give nearly every passage where a word occurs in the New
Testament. This however, cumbers the lexicon with a large amount of
material which in most instances is of little use. This examination and
comparison of passages, the careful student should make for himself, and
his interests in this direction are better served by the use of a
concordance; and for those who wish to investigate carefully the meaning
of Greek words in the New Testament, ample provision has been made in
the Critical Greek and English Concordance, prepared by Prof. C. F.
Hudson, under the direction of H. L. Hastings, and revised and completed
by the late Ezra Abbot, D.D., LL.D., Profession of New Testament
Criticism and Interpretation in the Divinity School of Harvard
University.

This book contains (1) the more than five thousand words in the Greek
Testament, in alphabetical order. (2) Reference to every passage where
those words occur. (3) Every English word which is used to translate the
given Greek word. (4) The passages in which the Greek word is translated
by each English word, classified and set by themselves, so that the more
usual translations are also exhibited. (5) The various readings of the
leading critical editions and manuscripts of the Greek Testament. (6) An
English index, so that with this book a person who does not know a
letter of the Greek alphabet is enabled to find the original for any
English word in the New Testament, learn in how many places it occurs,
and in how many ways it is translated, so that by examining every
passage, he may have the data before him for making up and independent
judgment from the facts in the case.

This Greek Concordance obviates the necessity for an exhaustive citation
of the passages containing any particular Greek word, and brings us back
to the proper sphere of a Lexicon, as a book defining the words
contained in the language, with occasional references to passages which
illustrate the different meanings; and when equipped with Hudson's
Concordance, a manual lexicon of New Testament Greek serves the purpose
of the ordinary student.

It is for the accommodation of such students, who know little of the
Greek language, but who desire to "search the Scriptures," and of others
more scholarly, who yet find it needful to refresh their memories as to
the sense of Greek words, that this Lexicon is offered. It was
originally prepared by William Greenfield, who was born in London, in
1799, and died there November 5, 1831. He edited Bagster's Comprehensive
Bible, a Syriac New Testament, a Hebrew New Testament, and prepared an
abridgement of Schmidt's Greek Concordance. In 1830 he was appointed
editor of the Foreign Versions of the British and Foreign Bible Society;
and though he died at an early age, he had a high reputation as an
accomplished linguist.

In preparing his Lexicon of the New Testament, he drew materials from
every accessible source; the Lexicons of Parkhurst, Schleusner, Wahl,
and Robinson being especially examined and laid under contribution. This
Lexicon, issued by Bagster & Sons as a companion for a portable edition
of the Greek Testament, served an excellent purpose. At a later date it
was carefully revised with numerous additions and improvements, by Rev.
Thomas Sheldon Green, M.A. and it has received the hearty approval of
competent Greek scholars, like the late Professor Ezra Abbot of
Cambridge.

Though the body of this Lexicon includes all the words contained in the
Received Text of the Greek New Testament, yet in the texts now more or
less current, in particular those of Lachmann, Tischendorf, Tregelles,
Westcott and Hort, and the Westminster Revised, certain new words and
forms are introduced, not found in the Received Text.

With a desire to give completeness to this Lexicon, a list of these
words is presented, with definitions and a record of the places where
they occur, at the end of the Lexicon. This list has been prepared by
Mr. Wallace N. Stearns, under the supervision of Prof. J. Henry Thayer,
of Harvard Divinity School, the successor of the lamented Dr. Ezra
Abbot, and one of the revisers of the New Testament, whose arduous
labors in the department of sacred lexicography are too well-known to
need further mention.

With these statements as to the object and character of this Lexicon, we
commit this new edition to the kind of providence of Him whose words of
truth are therein expounded, and without whose blessings all labor and
effort is but in vain.


H.L. Hastings
Scriptural Tract Repository,
Boston, Mass., June, 1896.

EXPLANATIONS

Allusion has been made in the preface to certain peculiarities of New
Testament Greek, which distinguish it from the classic Greek of the
heathen world.

This Lexicon indicates some of these peculiarities, by distinguishing
three classes of words:

I. Later Greek words, marked L. G., the occurrence of which may be
regarded as commencing within the Later Greek period, which is here
reckoned from and includes the writing of the historian Polybius, B.C.
204-123.

II. New Testament words, marked N. T., which only occur in the New
Testament, or if found elsewhere are only in certain peculiar quarters.

III. Septuagint words, marked S., which besides their occurrence in the
New Testament are found only in the Septuagint Version of the Old
Testament, the Greek Apocryphal books, and kindred writings; and the
meaning of which is to be studied, not in the usage of classical Greek
writings, but rather in the light of the Hebrew Old Testament, and the
writings of Jewish authors who were familiar with Hebrew ideas and
Hebrew literature.


ABBREVIATIONS, ETC.

Used In The Following Lexicon

a. 	Aorist.
absol 	absolutely, without case or adjunct.
accus 	accusative case
adj. 	adjective.
adv. 	adverb.
al. 	alibi, in other texts.
al. freq. 	alibi frequenter. in many other texts
Aram 	Aramaena.
At. 	Attic dialect
bis. 	twice.
cf. 	confer, compare.
coll. 	collato, being compared.
comp. 	comparative.
conj. 	conjunction.
contr. 	contraction, or contracted.
dat. 	dative case.
dimin. 	diminutive.
enclit. 	enclitic, throwing the accent on the preceding syllable.
& et. 	and.
e.g. 	exempli gratia, for example.
f. 	future tense.
fr. 	from.
gen. 	genitive case.
genr. 	generally, in a general sense, not affected by adjuncts.
Heb. 	Hebrew, or the Hebrew idiom.
i.e. 	id est, that is.
idem. 	the same.
imperat. 	imperative mood
imperf. 	imperfect tense.
impers. 	impersonal.
impl. 	implication.
i.q. 	same as.
inf. 	infinitive mood.
int. interj. 	interjection.
intrans. 	intransitive.
lit. 	litterally
met. 	metaphorically

meton. 	by metonymy
metath. 	metathesis, the transportation of letter.
mid. 	middle voice.
N.T. 	New Testament
opt. 	optative mood.
O.T. 	Old Testament
part. 	participle.
pass. 	passive voice.
r. per. 	perfect tense.
plu. p. 	pluperfect tense.
pl. 	plural.
pr. 	properly.
preced. 	preceding.
prep. 	preposition.
pron. 	pronoun.
quater 	four times.
sc. 	scilicet, that is to say, that is.
seq. 	sequente, as, seq. gen. sequente genitivo, with
		a genitive following.
sing. 	signular–the figure, placed before sign. or
		pl. denote the person.
spe. 	specially, i.e. in a special and local meaning.
subj. 	subjunctive mood.
subs. 	substantive.
superl. 	superlative.
ter. 	thrice.
trans. 	transitively.
trop. 	tropically, i.e. turned aside from its strick
		literal meaning.
v. 	vel, or.
v.r. 	a various reading to the commond text.
vix. 	videlicet, that is, namely
voc. 	vocative case
ὀ attached to a word show it to be masculine;
ἡ, to be feminine;
ὁ ἡ to be common, i.e. masculine or feminine; and
τό, to be neuter.


                GREEK AND ENGLISH LEXICON
                         To The
                      NEW TESTAMENT


Α, α, Ἄλφα

Α, α, Alpha,
    the first letter in the Greek Alphabet, and used for the first,
	Re. 1.8, 11; 21.6; 22.13.
    In composition, it denotes privation; sometimes augmentation,
	and union.
Αβᾰρής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, τὸ, -ές, (ἀ & βάρος)
    not burdensome, not chargeable, 2 Co. 11.9.
Αββᾶ
    ind. ch. or Sy. אבא, father, Mar. 14.36. Ro.8.15 Ga. 4.6.
Ἄβυσσος, ου, ἡ,
    pr. bottomless; place of the dead, hell.
Ἀγαθοεργέω, ῶ, Ἀγαθουργῶ, (ἀγαθός & ἔργον)
    f. ήσω,
    to do good, confer benefits, 1 Ti.6.18 N.T.
Αγαθοποιέω, ῶ, (ἀγαθός & ποιέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to do good, benefit, do well: (S.)
	whence
Ἀγαθοποιΐα, ας, ἡ,
    well-doing, probity, 1 Pe. 4.19 L.G.
Ἀγαθοποιός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ,
    a well-doer, 1 Pe. 2.14 L.G.
Ἀγᾰθός, ή, όν,
    good, profitable, generous, beneficent, upright, virtuous:
	whence
Ἁγαθωσύνη, ης, ἡ,
    goodness, virtue, beneficence. S.
Αγαλλίᾱσις, εως, ἡ,
    exultation, extreme joy: (S.)
	from
Ἀγαλλιάω, ῶ,
    f. άσω,
    to celebrate, praise; also equivalent to Αγαλλιάομαι, ῶμαι,
	to exult, rejoice exceedingly; to desire ardently, Jno. 8.56. S.
Ἀγᾰμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & γάμος)
    unmarried. 1 Co. 7.8, 11, 32, 34.
Ἀγανακτέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to be pained; to be angry, vexed, indignant; to manifest
	indignation:
	whence
Ἀγανάκτησις, εως, ἡ,
    indignation, 2 Co. 7.11.
Ἀγαπάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. ἠγάπηκα,
    to love, value, esteem, feel or manifest generous concern for,
	be faithful towards; to delight in; to set store upon, Re. 12.11:
	whence
Ἀγάπη, ης, ἡ,
    to love, generosity, kindly concern, devotedness; pl.
	love-feasts, Ju. 12. S.
Ἀγαπητός, ή, όν,
    beloved, dear; worthy of love.
Ἀγγαρεύω, (ἄγγαρος, a Persian courier, or messenger, who had authority
to press into his service men, horses, &c.)
    f. εύσω,
    to press or compel another to go somewhere, or carry some burden.
Ἀγγεῖον, ου, τό,(ἄγγος, the same)
    a vessel, utensil, Mat. 13.48; 25.4
Ἀγγελία, ας, ἡ,
    a message, doctrine, or precept, delivered in the name of any
	one, 1 Jno. 3.11:
	from
Ἄγγελος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    one sent, a messenger, angel.
Ἄγε,
    a particle of exhortation, (pr. imperat. of ἄγω)
    come, come now, Ja 4.13; 5.1.
Ἀγέλη, ης, ἡ (ἄγω)
    a drove, flock, herd.
Ἀγενεαλόγητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & γενεαλογέω)
    not included in a pedigree, independent of pedigree, He. 7.3 N.T.
Ἀγενής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, τό -ός. (ἀ & γένος)
    ignoble, base, 1 Co 1.20.
Ἁγιάζω, (ἅγιος)
    f. άσω, p. pass. ἡγιασμαι,
    to separate, consecrate: 2cleanse, purify, sanctify; regard or
	reverence as holy: (S.)
	whence
Ἁγιασμός, οῦ, ὁ
    sanctification, moral purity, sanctity. S.
Ἅγιος, ία, ιον,
    separate from common condition and use; dedicated, Lu. 2.23;
	hallowed; used of things τά ἅγια, the sanctuary; and of persons,
	saints, e.g. members of the first Christian communities; pure,
	righteous, ceremonially or morally; holy:
	whence
Ἁγιότης, ητος, ἡ,
    holiness, sanctity, He. 12.10 S.
Ἁγιωσύνη, ης, ἡ,
    sanctification, sanctity, holiness. S.
Ἀγκάλη, ης, ἡ (ἀγκή, the same)
    the arm, Lu. 2.28 (ᾱ)
Ἄγκιστρον, ου, τό,
    a hook, fish-hook, Mat. 17.27.
Ἄγκῡρα, ας, ἡ,
    an anchor, Ac. 27.29, 30, 40.
Ἄγνᾰφος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & γνάπτω, to full, dress)
    unfulled, undressed; new Mat. 9.16. Mar. 2.21. N.T.
Ἁγνεία, ας, ἡ, (ἁγνός)
    purity, chastity, 1 Ti. 4.12; 5.2.
Ἁγνίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to purify; to purify morally, reform.
	Ἁγνίζομαι, p. ἥγνισμαι, a. 1. ἡγνίσθην,
	to live like one under a vow of abstience, as the Nazarites:
	whence
Ἁγνισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    purification, abstinence, Ac 21.26. L.G.
Ἀγνοέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to be ignorant; not to understand; sin through ignorance:
	whence
Ἀγνόημα, ατος, τό,
    error, sin of ignorance, He. 9.7.
Ἅγνοια, ας, ἡ,
    ignorance.
Αγνός, ή, όν,
    pure, chaste, modest, innocent, blameless:
	whence
Ἁγνότης, τητος, ἡ,
    purity, life of purity, 2 Co. 6.6.
Ἁγνῶς,
    adv. purely, sincerely, Phi. 1.16.
Ἀγνωσια, ας, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & γνῶσις)
    ignorance, 1 Co. 15.34. 1 Pe. 2.15.
Ἄγνωστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & γνωστός)
    unknown, Ac. 17.23.
Ἀγορά, ᾶς, ἡ, ἀγείρω,
    to gather together) a place of public concourse, forum,
	market-place; things sold in the market, provisions:
	whence
Ἀγοράζω,
    f. άσω, p. pass. ἠγόρασμαι, a. 1. pass. ἠγοράσθην,
    to buy; redeem, acquire by a ransom or price paid.
Ἀγοραῖος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    one who visits the forum; a lounger, one who idles away
	his time in public places a low fellow, Ac. 17.5.
Ἀγόραιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    pertaining to the forum, judicial; ἀγόραιοι, court
	days, Ac. 19.38.
Ἄγρα, ας, ἡ,
    a catching, thing taken, draught of fishes, Lu 5.4, 9.
Ἀγράμμᾰτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & γράμμα)
    illiterate, unlearned, Ac. 4.13.
Ἀγραυλέω, ῶ, (ἀγρός & αὐλή)
    f. ήσω,
    to remain in the open air, especially by night, Lu. 2.8.
Ἀγρεύω, (ἄγρα)
    f. εύσω,
    to take in hunting, catch, Mar 12.13.
Ἀγριέλαιος, ου, ἡ, (ἄγριος & ἐλαία)
    a wild olive-tree, oleaster, Ro. 11.17, 24
Ἄγριος, ία, ιον,
    belonging to the field, wild; fierce, raging:
	from
Ἀγρός, ου, ὁ,
    a field, especially a cultivated field; pl the country;
	lands, farms, villages.
Ἀγρυπνέω, ῶ,
    f. ησω,
    to be awake, watch; to be watchful, vigilant:
	whence
Ἀγρυπνία, ας, ἡ,
    want of sleep, watching, 2 Co. 6.5; 11.27.
Ἄγω,
    f. ἄξω, p. ἦχα, ἀγήοχα, a.2. ἤγαγον, f.1. pass. ἀχθήσομαι,
	a.1. pass. ἤχθην p. pass. ἦγμαι,
    to lead, bring; lead away, drive off as a booty of cattle;
	conduct, accompany; lead out, produce; conduct with force,
	drag, hurry away; guide, in cite, entice; convey oneself,
	go, go away; pass or spend as time; celebrate:
	whence
Ἀγωγή, ῆς, ἡ,
    guidance, mode of instruction, discipline, course of life,
	2 Ti. 3.10.
Ἀγών, ῶνος, ὀ,
    place of contest, race-course, stadium; a contest, strife
	contention; peril, toil:
	whence
Ἀγωνία, ας, ἡ,
    contest, violent struggle; agony, anguish, Lu. 22.44.
Ἀγωνίζομαι,
    f. ἰσομαι, p. pass. ἠγώνισμαι,
    to be a combatant in public games; to contend, fight,
	strive earnestly.
Ἀδάπᾰνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & δαπάνη)
    without expence, gratuitous, 1 Co. 9.18.
Ἀδελφή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a sister; near kins-woman or female relative; a female
	member of the Christian community:
	from
Ἀδελφός, οῦ, ὁ (ἀ & δελφύς, the womb)
    a brother; near kinsman or relative; one of the same nation
	or nature; one of equal rank and dignity; an associate,
	a member of the Christian community:
	whence
Ἀδελφότης, τητος, ἡ,
    brotherhood, the body of the Christian brotherhood,
	1 Pe. 2.17; 5.9 S.
Ἄδηλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, ον, (ἀ & δῆλος)
    not apparent or obvious; uncertain, not distinct,
	Lu. 11.44. 1 Co. 14.8:
	whence
Ἀδηλότης, τητος, ἡ,
    uncertainty, inconstancy, 1 Ti. 6.17. L.G.
Ἀδήλως,
    adv. not manifestly, uncertainly, dubiously, 1 Co. 9.26.
Ἀδημονέω, ῶ,
    f. ἠσω,
    to be depressed or dejected, full of anguish or sorrow.
Ἅιδης, ου, ὁ,
    the invisible abode or mansion of the dead; the place of
	punishment, hell; the lowest place or condition,
	Mat. 11.23. Lu. 10.15.
Ἀδιάκρῐτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & διακρίνω)
    undistinguishing, impartial, Ja. 3.17.
Ἀδιάλειπτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & διαλείπω)
    unceasing, constant, settled, Ro. 9.2. 2 Ti. 1.3:
	whence
Ἀδιαλείπτως,
    adv. unceasingly, by an unvarying practice.
Ἀδιαφθορία, ας, ἡ, (ἀ & διαφθορά)
    incorruptness, genuineness, pureness, Tit. 2.7.
Ἀδικέω, ῶ
    f. ἠσω, p. ηκα, (ἀ & δίκη)
    to act unjustly; wrong; injure; violate a law:
	whence
Ἀδικημα, ατος, τό,
    an act of injustice, crime.
Ἀδικία, ας, ἡ
    injustice, wrong; iniquity, falsehood, deceitfulness.
Ἄδῐκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον,
    unjust, unrighteous, iniquitous, vicious; deceitful,
	fallacious.
Ἀδίκως,
    adv. unjustly, undeservedly, 1 Pe. 2.19.
Ἀδόκιμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & δόκιμος)
    unable to stand test, rejected refuse, worthless.
Ἄδολος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & δόλος)
    without deceit, sincere, 1 Pe. 2.2
Ἁδρότης, τητος, ἡ (ἁδρός, mature, full)
    abundance, 2 Co. 8.20.
Ἀδυνατέω, ῶ,
    f. ἠσω,
    not to be able; to be impossible:
	from
Ἀδύνᾰτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & δύναμαι)
    impotent, weak; impossible.
Ἄιδω (contr. fr. ἀείδω)
    f. ᾄσω, ᾄσομαι,
    to sing.
Ἀεί,
    alway, for ever, aye.
Ἀετός, οῦ, ὁ,
    an eagle.
Ἄζῡμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ζύμη)
    unleavened; τὰ ἄζυμα, the feast of unleavened bread;
	metaph. pure from foreign matter, unadulterated, genuine;
	τὸ ἄζθμον, genuineness, 1 Co. 5.7, 8.
Ἀήρ, ἀέρος, ὁ,
    air, atmosphere.
Ἀθανασία, ας, ἡ, (ἀ & θάνατος)
    immortality, 1 Co. 15.53, 54. 1 Ti. 6.16.
Ἀθέμῐτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & θεμιτός, lawful)
    unlawful, criminal, wicked, Ac. 10.28. 1 Pe. 4.3.
Ἄθεος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & Θεός)
    an Atheist; godless, estranged from the knowledge and worship
	of the true God, Ep. 2.12.
Ἄθεσμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & θεσμός, law)
    lawless, unrestrained, licentious, 2 Pe. 2.7; 3.17. L.G.
Ἀθετέω, ῶ, (ἀ & τίθημι)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to displace, set aside; to abrogate, annul, violate,
	swerve from; reject, contemn: (L.G.)
	whence
Ἀθέτησις, εως, ἡ,
    abrogation, annulling, He. 7.18; 9.26.
Ἀθλέω, ῶ, (ἄεθλος, strife, contest)
    f. ήσω, p. ἤθληκα,
    to strive, contend, be a champion in the public games,
	2 Ti. 2.5:
	whence
Ἄθλησις, εως, ἡ
    contest, combat, struggle, conflict, He. 10.32. L.G.
Ἀθυμέω, ῶ, (ἀ & θυμός)
    f. ήσω,
    to despond, be disheartened, Col 3.21.
Ἀθῷος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & θῳή, a penalty)
    unpunished; metaph. innocent, Mat. 27.4, 24.
Αἴγειος, εία, ειον, (αἴξ, γός, a goat)
    belonging to a goat, He. 11.37.
Αἰγιᾰλός, οῦ, ὁ,
    sea-shore.
Αΐδιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (άεί)
    always existing, eternal, Ro. 1.20. Jude 6.
Αἰδως, οῦς, ἡ,
    modesty, reverence, 1 Ti. 2.9. He. 12.28.
Αἷμα, ατος, τό,
    blood; of the colour of blood; bloodshed; blood-guiltiness;
	natural descent.
Αἱματεκχυσία, ας, ἡ (αἷμα & ἔκχυσις, fr. ἐκχέω)
    an effusion or shedding of blood, He. 9.22. N.T.
Αἱμοῤῥοέω, ῶ, (αἷμα & ῥόος, fr. ῥέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to have a flux of blood, Mat. 9.20.
Αἴνεσις, εως, ἡ,
    praise, He. 13.15: (S)
	from
Αἰνέω, ῶ, (αἷνος)
    f. έσω,
    to praise, celebrate.
Αἴνιγμα, ατος, τό, (αἰνίσσω, to intimate obscurely)
    an enigma, any thing obscurely expressed or intimated,
	1 Co. 13.12.
Αἶνος, ου, ὁ,
    praise, Mat. 21.16. Lu. 18.43.
Αἵρεσις, εως, ἡ (αἱρέομαι)
    strictly, a choice or option; hence, a sect, faction;
	by impl. discord, contention.
Αἱρετίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ᾑρέτισα, (fr. same)
    to choose, choose with delight or love, Mat. 12.18.
Αἱρετικός, οῦ, ὁ, (fr. same)
    one who creates or fosters factions, Tit 3.10.
Αἰρέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. ᾖρηκα, p. pass. ᾖρημαι,
	mid. αἱρέομαι, οῦμαι, a.2 εἰλόμην,
    to take; mid to choose.
Αἴρω,
    f. ἀρῶ, a.1. ἦρα,
    to take up, lift, raise; bear, carry; take away,
	remove; destroy, kill.
Αἰσθάνομαι,
    f. αἰσθήσομαι, a.2. ᾖοθομην,
    to perceive, understand, Lu. 9.45:
	whence
Αἴσθησις, εως, ἡ,
    perception, understanding, Phi. 1.9
Αἰσθητήριον, ου, τό,
    an organ of perception; internal sense, He. 5.14.
Αἰσχροκερδής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ (αἰσχρός & κέρδος)
    eager for dishonourable gain, sordid, 1 Ti. 3.3, 8. Tit 1.7:
	whence
Αἰσχροκερδῶς,
    adv. for the sake of base gain, sordidly, 1 Pe. 5.2. N.T.
Αἰσχρολογία, ας, ἡ, (αἰσχρός & λόγος)
    vile or obscene language, foul talk, Col. 3.8.
Αἰσχρός, ά, όν,
    strictly, deformed, opp. to καλός; metaph. indecorous,
	indecent, dishonourable, vile:
	whence
Αἰσχρότης, τητος, ἡ,
    indecorum, indecency, Ep. 5.4.
Αἰσχύνη, ης, ἡ,
    shame, disgrace; cause of shame, dishonourable conduct: (ῡ)
	whence
Αἰσχύνομαι,
    f.υνοῦμαι, & υνθήσομαι,
    to be ashamed, confounded.
Αἰτέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ᾔτησα,
    to ask, request; demand; desire, Ac. 7.46:
	whence
Αἴτημα, ατος, τό,
    a thing asked or sought for; petition, request,
	Lu. 23.24. 1 Jno. 5.15.
Αἰτία, ας, ἡ,
    cause, motive, incitement; accusation, crime; case.
Αἰτίᾱμα, ατος, τό,
    charge, accusation, Ac. 27.7: form
Αἰτιάομαι, ῶμαι, (αἰτία)
    v.r. Ro. 3.9, to charge, accuse.
Αἴτιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    causative; αἴτιος, an author or causer, He. 5.9;
	τὸ αἴτιον, equivalent to αἰτία.
Αἰτίωμα, ατος, τό,
    v.r. Ac. 25.7, equivalent to αἰτίαμα. N.T.
Αἰφνίδιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    unforeseen, unexpected, sudden, Lu. 21.32. 1 Thes. 5.3.
Αἰχμαλωσία, ας, ἡ (αἰχμάλωτος)
    captivity, state of captivity; captive multitude,
	Ep. 4.8. Re. 13.10. L.G.
Αἰχμαλωτεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to lead captive; met. to captivate, Ep. 4.8. 2 Ti. 3.6
Αἰχμαλωτίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to lead captive, by impl. to subject, Lu. 21.24. Ro. 7.23.
	2 Co. 10.5. L.G.
Αἰχμάλωτος, ου, ὁ (αἰχμή, a spear & ἱλίσκομαι, to capture)
    a captive, Lu. 4.18.
Αἰών, ῶνος, ὁ,
    pr. a period of time of significant character; life;
	an era; an age; hence, a state of things making an age
	or era; the present order of nature; the natural condition
	of man, the world; ὁ αἱών, illimitable duration, eternity;
	as also, οἱ αἰῶες, ὁ αἰὼν τῶν αἰώνων, οἱ αἰῶνες τῶν αἰώνων;
	by an Aramaism οἱ αἰῶνες, the material universe. He. 1.2.
	whence
Αἰώνιος, ίου, ὁ, ἡ, & αἰώνιος, ία, ον,
    indeterminate as to duration, eternal, everlasting.
Ἀκαθαρσία, ας, ἡ, (ἀ & καθαίρω)
    uncleanness; lewdness; impurity of motive, 1 Thes. 2.3.
Ἀκαθάρτης, τητος, ἡ,
    impurity, Re. 17.4. N.T.
Ἀκάθαρτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    impure, unclean; lewd; foul.
Ἀκαιρέομαι, οῦμαι, (ἀ & καιρός)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to be without opportunity, or occasion, Phi. 4.10. N.T.
Ἀκαίρως,
    adv. unseasonably, 2 Ti. 4.2.
Ἀκᾰκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & κακός)
    free from evil, innocent, blameless; artless, simple,
	Ro. 16.18. He. 7.26.
Ἀκανθα, ης, ἡ,
    a thorn, thorn-bush, Mat. 7.16:
	whence
Ἀκάνθινος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    throny, made of thorns, Mar. 15.17. Jno. 19.5.
Ἀκαρπος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & καρπός)
    without fruit, unfruitful, barren; by impl. noxious.
Ἀκατάγνωστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & καταγινώσκω)
    pr. not worthy of condemnation by a judge; hence,
	irreprehensible, Tit. 2.8. S.
Ἀκατακάλυπτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & κατακαλύπτω)
    uncovered, unveiled, 1 Co. 11.5, 13. L.G.
Ἀκατάκρῐτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & κατακρίνω)
    uncondemned in a public trial, Ac. 16.37; 22.25. N.T.
Ἀκατάλῠτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & καταλύω)
    incapable of dissolution, indissoluble; hence, enduring,
	everlasting, He. 7.16. L.G.
Ἀκατάπαυστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & καταπαύω)
    which cannot be restrained from a thing, unceasing,
	2 Pe. 2.14. L.G.
Ἀκαταστασία, ας, ἡ, (ἀ & καθίσταμαι, to be in a fixed and tranquil state)
    pr. instability; hence an unsettled state; disorder, commotion,
	tumult, sedition, Lu. 21.9. 1 Co. 14.33. 2 Co. 6.5; 12.20.
	Ja. 3.16. L.G.
Ἀκατάστᾰτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    unstable, inconstant, Ja. 1.8.
Ἀκατάσχετος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & κατέχω)
    not coercible, irrestainable, untameable, unruly, Ja. 3.8. L.G.
Ἀκέραιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & κεράννυμι, to mix)
    pr. unmixed; hence, without mixture of vice or deceit, sincere,
	artless, blameless, Mat. 10.16.. Ro. 16.19. Phi. 2.15.
Ἀκλῐνής, εος, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & κλίνω)
    not declining, unwavering, steady, He. 10.23.
Ἀκμάζω,
    f. άσω,
    to flourish, ripen, be in one's prime, Re. 14.18:
	from
Ἀκμή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἀκή, idem)
    pr. the point of a weapon; point of time; ἀκμήν
	for κατ' ἀκμήν, adv. yet, still, even now, Mat. 15.16.
Ἀκοή, ῆς, ἡ (ἀκούω)
    hearing, the act or sense of hearing; the instrument of hearing,
	the ear; a thing heard, instruction, doctrine, report.
Ἀκολουθέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. ἠκολούθηκα,
    to follow; follow as a disciple; imitate.
Ἀκούω,
    f. ουσω, ούσομαι, p. ἀκηκοα, p. pass. ἤκουσμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἠκούσθην,
    to hear; hearken, listen to; heed, obey; understand.
Ἀκρασία, ας, ἡ, (ἀκρατής)
    intemperance, incontinence, Mat. 23.25. 1 Co. 7.5.
Ἀκρᾰτής, ίος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές, (ἀ & κράτος)
    not master of one's self, intemperate, 2 Ti. 3.3.
Ἄκρᾱτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & κεράννυμι)
    unmixed, unmingled, wine, Re. 14.10.
Ἀκρίβεια, ας, ἡ,
    accuracy, exactness; or rigour, severe discipline, Ac. 22.3:
	from
Ἀκρῑβής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές,
    accurate, exact; severe, rigorous, Ac. 18.26; 23.15, 20; 24.22; 26.5:
	whence
Ἀκριβόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, p. ἠκρίβωκα,
    to inquire accurately, or assiduously, Mat. 2.7, 16: comp. ver. 8.
Ἀκριβῶς,
    adv. diligently, accurately, Mat. 2.8. Lu. 1.3. Ac. 18.25.
	Ep. 5.15. 1 Thes. 5.2.
Ἀκρίς, ίδος, ἡ,
    a locust, Mat. 3.4. Mar. 1.6. Re. 9.3, 7.
Ἀκροατήριον, ου, τό, (ἀκροάομαι, to hear)
    a place of audience, auditorium, Ac. 25.23. L.G.
Ἀκροᾱτής, οῦ, ὁ,
    a hearing, Ro. 2.13. Ja. 1.22, 23, 25.
Ἀκροβυστία, ας, ἡ, (ἄκρον & βύω, to cover)
    the prepuce, foreskin; uncircumcision, the state of being
	uncircumcised; the abstract being put for the concrete,
	uncircumcised men. i.e. Gentiles. S.
Ἀκρογωνιαῖος, α, ον, (ἄκρος & γωνία)
    corner-foundation stone Ep. 2.20. 1 Pe. 2.6. S.
Ἀκροθίνιον, ου, τό, (ἄκρος & θίν, a heap)
    the first-fruits of the produce of the ground, which were
	taken from the top of the heap and offered to the gods;
	the best and choicest of the spoils of war, usually collected
	in a heap, He. 7.4.
Ἄκρον, ου, τό,
    the top, tip,end, extremity, Mat. 24.31. Mar. 13.27.
	Lu. 16.24. He. 11.21:
	from
Ἄκρος, α, ον, (ἀκή)
    pointed; hence, extreme, uppermost.
Ἀκῡρόω, ῶ ( ἀ & κυρόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to deprive of authority, annul, abrogate, Mat. 15.6.
	Mar. 7.13. Gal. 3.17. L.G.
Ἀκωλύτως, (ἀ & κωλύω)
    without hindrance, freely, Ac. 28.31. (ῡ).
Ἄκων, ουσα, ον, (for ἀέκων, fr. ἀ & ἑκών)
    unwilling, 1 Co. 9.17.
Ἀλάβαστρον, ου, τό,
    alabaster; a vase to hold perfumed ointment, properly made of
	alabaster, but also of other materials, Mat. 26.7. Mar. 14.3.
	Lu. 7.37.
Ἀλαζονεία, ας, ἡ,
    ostentation; boasting; haughtiness, 1 Jno. 2.16:
	from
Ἀλαζών, όνος, ὁ, ἡ,
    ostentatious, vain-glorious, arrogant, boasting, Ro. 1.30.
	2 Ti. 3.2.
Ἀλαλάζω,
    f. άξω, άξομαι,
    pr. to raise the war-cry, άλαλά; hence, to utter other
	loud sounds; to wail, Mar. 5.38; to tinkle, ring,
	1 Co. 13.1.
Αλάλητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ τό, -ον, (ἀ & λαλέω)
    unutterable, or unexpressed, Ro. 8.26. L.G.
Ἄλᾰλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (fr. same)
    unable to speak, dumb, Mar. 7.37.
Ἅλας, ατος, τό, (ἅλς)
    salt; met. wisdom and prudence. L.G.
Ἀλείφω,
    f. ψω,
    to anoint with oil or ointment.
Ἀλεκτοροφωνία, ας, ἡ, (ἀλέκτωρ & φωνή)
    the cock-crowing, the third watch of night, intermediate to
	midnight and daybreak, and termed cock-crow, Mar. 13.35. L.G.
Ἀλέκτωρ, ορος, ὁ,
    a cock, gallus, Mat. 26.34. Mar. 14.30. Lu. 22.34. Jno. 13.38..
Ἄλευρον, ου, τό, (ἀλέω, to grind)
    meal, flour, Mat. 13.33. Lu. 13.21.
Ἀλήθεια, ας, ἡ, (ἀληθής)
    truth, verity; love of truth, veracity, sincerity; divine
	truth revealed to man; practice in accordance with Gospel
	truth.
Ἀληθεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to speak or maintain the truth; act truly or sincerely,
	Ga. 4.16. Ep. 4.15:
	from
Ἀληθής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές,
    true; worthy of credit; studious of truth, veracious:
	whence
Ἀληθινός, ή, όν,
    sterling; real; unfeigned, trustworthy, true.
Ἀλήθω,
    f. ἀλήσω, (ἀλέω, idem)
    to grind, Mat. 24.41. Lu. 17.35.
Ἀληθῶς, (ἀληθής)
    adv. truly, really; certainly, of a truth; truly, veraciously.
Ἁλιεύς, έος, έως, ὁ (ἅλς, the sea)
    a fisherman, Mat. 4.18, 19. Mar. 1.16, 17. Lu. 5.2:
	whence
Ἁλιεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to fish, Jno. 21.3.
Ἁλίζω, (ἅλς)
    f. ίσω,
    to salt, season with salt, perserve by salting,
	Mat. 5.13. Mar. 9.49.
Ἁλίσγημα, ατος, τό, (ἁλισγέω, to pollute, in the Sept.)
    pollution, defilement, Ac. 15.20. N.T.
Ἀλλά,
    conj. but; however; but still more; ἀλλάγε, at all events;
	ἀλλ' ἤ, unless, except. Ἀλλά also serves to introduce a
	sentence with keenness and emphasis, Ro. 6.5; 7.7.
	Phil. 3.8. Jno. 16.2.
Ἀλλάσσω,
    f. ἀξω, a.1.pass ἠλάχθην, a.2. ἠλλάγην,
	f. ἀλλαγήσομαι, (fr. ἄλλος)
    to change, alter, transform, Ac. 6.14. Ro. 1.23.
	1 Co. 15.51, 52. Ga. 4.20. He. 1.12.
Ἀλλαχόθεν, (ἄλλος & -θεν, denoting from a place)
    from another place or elsewhere, Jno. 10.1. L.G.
Ἀλληγορέω, ῶ, (ἄλλος & ἀγορεύω, to speak)
    to say what is either designed or fitted to convey a meaning
	other than the leteral one, to allegorize, Ga. 4.24. L.G.
Ἁλληλούϊα, Heb. הללו־יה
    Praise ye Jehovah, Re. 19.1, 3, 4, 6.
Ἀλλήλων,
    gen. pl., ἀλλήλοις, αις, οις, dat. ἀλλήλους, ας, α,
	acc. (fr. ἄλλος)
    one another, each other.
Ἀλλογενής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, (ἄλλος & γένος)
    of another race or nation i.e. not a Jew; a stranger,
	foreigner, Lu. 17.18. S.
Ἅλλομαι,
    f. ἁλοῡμαι, a.1. ἡλάμην,
    to leap, jump, leap up, Ac. 3.8; 14.10; to spring,
	as water, Jno. 4.14.
Ἄλλος, η, ο,
    another, some other; ὀ ἄλλος, the other; οἱ ἄλλοι,
	the others, the rest.
Ἀλλοτριοέπισκοπος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    pr. one who meddles with the affairs of others, a busy-body
	in other men's matters; factious, 1 Pe. 4.15 (N.T.)
	fr ἐπίσκοπος and
Ἀλλότριος, ία, ιον, (ἄλλος)
    belonging to another, alienus, foreign; a foreigner, alien.
Ἀλλόφῡλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἄλλος & φυλή)
    of another race or natio, i.e. not a Jew, a foreigner, Ac. 10.28.
Ἄλλως,
    adv. (ἄλλος) otherwise, 1 Ti. 2.25.
Ἀλοάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, & άσω,
    to thresh; to tread, or thresh out, 1 Co. 9.9, 10. 1 Ti. 5.18.
Ἀλογος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & λόγος)
    without speech or reason, irrational, brute; unreasonable, absurd,
	Ac. 25.27. 2 Pe. 2.12. Jude 10.
Ἀλόη, ης, ἡ,
    also termed ξυλαλόη, ἀγάλλογον, aloe, lign-aleo, excoecaria
	agallochon Linn.,
    a tree which grows in India and Cochin-China, the wood of which
	is soft and bitter though highly aromatic. It is used by the
	Orientals as a perfume; and employed for the purposes of embalming,
	Jno. 19.39. L.G.
Ἅλς, ἀλός, ὁ,
    salt, Mar. 9.49.
Ἁλῠκός, ή, όν, (ἅλς)
    brackish, bitter, salt, Ja. 3.12.
Ἄλῡπος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & λύπη)
    free from grief or sorrow, Phi. 2.28.
Ἅλῠσις, εως, ἡ,
    a chain, Mar. 5.3, 4.
Ἀλυσιτελής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & λυσιτελής, i.e. λύων τὰ τέλη)
    pr. bringing in no revenue or profit; hence, unprofitable,
	useless; and by impl. destructive, fatal, He. 13.17.
Ἅλων, ωνος, ἡ
    (a later form of ἅλως, ω, ἡ)
    a threshing-floor, a place where corn is trodden out;
	meton. the corn which is trodden out, Mat. 3.12. Lu. 3.17.
Ἀλώπηξ, εκος, ἡ,
    a fox; met. a crafty man, Mat. 8.20. Lu. 9.58; 13.32.
Ἅλωσις, εως, ἡ, (ἁλίσκομαι)
    a taking, catching, capture.
Ἅμα,
    adv. with, together with; at the same time.
Ἀμᾰθής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μανθάνω)
    unlearned, uninstructed, rude, 2 Pe. 3.16.
Ἀμαράντινος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    &
Ἀμάραντος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μαραίνομαι)
    unfading; hence, enduring, 1 Pe. 1.4; 5.4. L.G.
Ἁμαρτάνω,
    f. ἁμαρτήσομαι & ἁμαρτήσω, a.1. ἡμάρτησα, a.2, ἥμαρτον,
    pr. to miss a mark; to be in error; to sin; to wrong:
	whence
Ἁμάρτημα, ατος, τό,
    an error, sin; offence, Mar. 3.28; 4.12. Ro. 3.25. 1 Co. 6.18.
Ἁμαρτία, ας, ἡ,
    error; offence, sin; a principle or cause of sin;
	proneness to sin, sinful propensity; guilt or imputation of sin;
	a guilty subject, sin-offering, expiatory victim.
Ἀμάρτυρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μάρτυς)
    without testimony or witness, without proof, Ac. 14.17.
Ἁμαρτωλός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, (ἁμαρτάνω)
    one who deviates from the path of virtue, a sinner; depraved,
	sinful, detestable. L.G.
Ἀμᾰχος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μάχομαι)
    not disposed to fight; not quarrelsome or contentious,
	1 Ti. 3.3. Tit. 3.2.
Ἀμάω, ῶ
    f. ήσω,
    to collect; to reap, mow, or cut down, Ja. 5.4.
Ἀμέθυστος, ου, ὁ, (ἀ & μεθύω)
    an amethyst, a gem of a deep purple or violet colour, so called
	from its supposed efficacy in keeping off drunkenness, Re. 21.20.
Ἀμελέω, ῶ, (ἀ & μέλει)
    f. ήσω, p. ἠμέληκα, ἀμελής,
    not to care for, to neglect, disregard, Mat. 22.5.
	1 Ti. 4.14. He. 2.3; 8.9. 2 Pe. 1.12.
Ἄμεμπτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μεμπτός, fr. μέμφομαι)
    blameless, irreprehensible, without defect, Lu. 1.6.
	Phi. 2.15; 3.6. 1 Thes. 3.13. He. 8.7.
Ἀμέμπτως,
    adv. blamelessly, unblameably, unexceptionably,
	1 Thes. 2.10; 5.23.
Ἀμέριμνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μέριμνα)
    free from care of solicitude, Mat. 28.14. 1 Co. 7.32.
Ἀμετάθετος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μετατίθημι)
    unchangeable, He. 6.17, 18. L.G.
Ἀμετακίνητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μετακινέω)
    immoveable, firm, 1 Co. 15.58.
Ἀμεταμέλητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μεταμέλομαι)
    not to be repented of; by impl. irrevocable, enduring,
	Ro. 11.29. 2 Co. 7.10.
Ἀμετανόητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μετανοέω)
    impenitent, obdurate. Ro. 2.5. L.G.
Ἄμετρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & μέτρον)
    without or beyond measure, immoderate, 2 Co. 10.13, 15.
Ἀμήν (Heb. אמן firm, faithful, true)
    used as a particle both of affirmation and assent, in truth,
	verily, most certainly; so be it; ὁ ἀμήν, the faithful and
	true One, Re. 3.14.
Ἀμήτωρ, ορος, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μήτηρ)
    without mother; independent of maternal descent, He. 7.3.
Ἀμίαντος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μιαίνω)
    pr. unstained, unsoiled; met. undefiled, chaste, He. 13.4;
	pure, sincere, Ja. 1.27; inviolate, unimpaired, 1 Pe. 1.4.
Ἄμμος, ου, ἡ,
    sand.
Ἀμνός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a lamb, Jno. 1.29, 36. Ac. 8.32. 1 Pe. 1.19.
Ἀμοιβή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἀμείβω, ἀμείβομαι, to requite)
    requital; of kind offices, recompence, 1 Ti. 5.4.
Ἄμπελος, ου, ἡ
    a vine, grape-vine.
Ἀμπελουργός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, (ἄμπελος & ἔργον)
    a vine-dresser, Lu. 13.7.
Ἀμπελών, ῶνος, ὁ,
    a vineyard.
Ἀμύνω,
    f. υνῶ, a.1. ἤμυνα,
    to ward off, help, assist; mid. ἀμύνομαι, to repel from
	one's self, resist, make a defence, assume the office of
	protector and avenger, Ac. 7.24.
Ἀμφιβάλλω, (ἀμφὶ, about, & βάλλω)
    f. Βαλῶ,
    v.r. Mar. 1.16, to throw around; to cast a net:
	whence
Ἀμφιβληστρον, ου, τό,
    pr. what is thrown around, e.g. a garment, a large kind of
	fish-net, drag, Mat. 4.18. Mar. 1.16.
Ἀμφιέννυμι, (ἀμφί & ἕννυμι, to put on)
    f. ἀμφιέσω p. pass. ἠμφίεσμαι,
    to clothe, invest, Mat. 6.30; 11.8. Lu. 7.25; 12.28.
Ἄμφοδον, ου, τό, (equivalent to ἄμφοδος, ου, ἡ fr. ἀμφί & ὁδός)
    a road leading round a town or village; the street of a
	village, Mar. 11.4.
Ἄμφότεροι, αι, α, (ἄμφω, both)
    both.
Ἀμώμητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μῶμος)
    blameless, irreprehensible, Phi. 2.15. 2 Pe. 3.14.
Ἄμωμον, ου, τό,
    v.r. Re. 18.13, amomum, an odoriferous shrub, from which a
	precious ointment was prepared.
Ἄμωμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & μῶμος)
    blameless.
Ἄν
    The various constructions of this particle, and their
	significations, must be learnt from the grammars.
	Standing at the commencement of a clause, it is another
	form of ἐάν, if Jno. 20.23.
Ἀνά,
    prep. used in the N.T. only in certain forms.
    Ἀνὰ μέρος, in turn; ἀνὰ μέσον, in turn; ἀνὰ μέσον, through
	the midst, between; ἀνὰ δηνάριον, at the rate of a denarius;
	with numeral, ἀνὰ ἑκατόν, 9in parties of a hundred.
	In composition, step by step, up, back, again.
Ἀναβαθμός, οῦ, ὁ, (ἀνά & βαθμός)
    the act of ascending; means of ascent, steps, stairs,
	Ac. 21.35, 40:
	from
Ἀναβαίνω, (ἀνά & βαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι, p. βέβηκα, a.2 ἀνέβηω,
    to go up, ascend; climb; embark; to rise, mount upwards,
	as smoke; to grow or spring up, as plants; to spring up,
	arise, as thoughts.
Ἀναβάλλω, (ἀνά & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ, p. βέβληκα,
    to throw back; mid. to put off, defer, adjourn, Ac. 24.22.
Ἀναβιβάζω, (ἀνά & βιβάζω)
    f. άσω, a.1. ἀνεβιβασα,
    to cause to come up or ascend, draw or bring up, Mat. 13.48.
Ἀναβλέπω, (ἀνά & Βλέπω)
    f. ψω,
    to look upwards; to see again, recover sight:
	whence
Ἀνάβλεψις, εως, ἡ,
    recovery of sight, Lu. 4.18.
Ἀναβοάω, ῶ, (ἀνά & βοάω)
    f. ήσομαι, a.1. ησα,
    to cry out or aloud, exclaim, Mat. 27.46. Mar. 15.8. Lu. 9.38.
Ἀναβολή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἀναβάλλω)
    delay, Ac. 25.17.
Ἀνάγαιον, ου, τό
    v.r. for ἀνώγεον, which see.
Ἀναγγέλλω, (ἀνά & ἀγγέλλω)
    f. γελῶ, a.1. ἀνήγγειλα, a.2. pass. ἀνηγγέλην,
    to bring back word, announce, report; to declare, set forth,
	teach.
Ἀναγεννάω, ῶ, (ἀνά & γεννάω)
    f. ήσά, p. pass. ἀναγεγέννημαι,
    to beget or bring forth again; regenerate, 1 Pe. 1.3, 23. N.T.
Ἀναγινώσκω, (ἀνά & γινώσκω)
    f. γνώσομαι, a.2. ἀνέγνων, a.1. pass. ἀνεγνώσθην,
    to gather exact knowledge of, recognise, discern; especially,
	to read.
Ἀναγκάζω, (ἀνάγκη)
    f. άσω,
    to force, compel; constrain, urge.
Ἀναγκαῖος, α, ον, (ἀνάγκη)
    necessary, indispensable, 1 Co. 12.22; necessary, needful,
	right, proper, Ac. 13.46. 2 Co. 9.5. Phi. 1.24; 2.25. He. 8.3;
	near, initimate, closely connected, necessarius, as friends,
	Ac. 10.24.
Ἀναγκαστῶς,
    adv. by contraint or compulsion, unwillingly, opp. to
	ἐκουσίως, 1 Pe. 5.2:
	from
Ἀνάγκη, ης, ἡ, (ἄγχω, to compress)
    necessity, constraint, compulsion; obligation of duty,
	moral or spiritual necessity; distress, calamity, affliction.
Ἀηαγνωρίζω, (ἀνά & γνωρίζω)
    f. ισω, a.1. pass. ἀηεγνωρίσθην,
    to recognise; pass. to be made known, or to cause one's
	self to be recognised, Ac. 7.13.
Ἀνάγνωσις, εως, ἡ, (ἀναγινώσκω)
    reading, Ac. 13.15. 2 Co. 3.14. 1 Ti. 4.13.
Ἀνάγω, (ἀνά & ἄγω)
    f. άξω, a.2. ἀνήγαγον, a.1. pass. ἀνήχθην,
    to conduct; to lead or convey from a lower place to a
	higher; to offer up, as a sacrifice; to lead out, produce;
	ἀνάγομαι, as a nautical term, to set sail, put to sea.
Ἀναδείκνυμι, (ἀνά & δείκνυμι)
    v. νύω, f. ξω,
    pr. to show anything by raising it aloft, as a torch; to
	display, manifest, show plainly or openly, Ac. 1.14; to mark out,
	constitute, appoint by some outward sign, Lu. 10.1:
	whence
Ἀνάδειξις, εως, ἡ,
    a showing forth, manifestation; entrance upon the duty or
	office to which one is consecrated, Lu. 1.80. L.G.
Ἀναδέχομαι, (ἀνά & δέχομαι)
    f. ξομαι,
    to receive, as opposed to shunning or refusing; to receive
	with hospitality, Ac. 28.7; to embrace a proffer or promise,
	He. 11.17.
Ἀναδίδωμι, ἀνά & δίδωμι
    f. δώσω, a.2. ἀνέδων,
    to give forth, up, or back; deliver, present, Ac. 23.33.
Ἀναζάω, ῶ, (ἀνά & ζάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to live again, recover life, Ro. 14.9. Re. 20.5; to revive,
	recover activity, Ro. 7.9; met. to live a new and reformed
	life, Lu. 15.24, 32. L.G.
Ἀναζητέω, ῶ, (ἀνά & ζητέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to track; seek diligently, inquire after, search for,
	Lu. 2.44. Ac. 11.25.
Ἀναζώννυμι, (ἀνά & ζώννυμι)
    f. ζώσω,
    to gird with a belt or girdle; mid. ἀναζώννυμαι, to gird
	one's self, 1 Pe. 1.13. S.
Ἀναζωπῠρέω, ῶ, (ἀνά & ζωπυρέω, to revive a fire, fr. ζωός & πῦρ)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to kindle up a dormant fire; met. to revive, excite;
	stir up, cultivate one's power, 2 Ti. 1.6.
Ἀναθάλλω, (ἀνά & θάλλω, to thrive, flourish)
    f. θαλῶ, a.2. ἀνέθαλον,
    pr. to recover verdure, flourish again; met. to recover
	activity, Phi. 4.10.
Ἀνάθεμα, ατος, τό, (a later equivalent to ἀνάθημα, fr. ἀνατίθημι)
    a devoted thing, but ordinarily in a bad sense, a person or
	thing accursed, Ro. 9.3. 1 Co. 12.3; 16.22. Ga. 1.8, 9; a curse,
	execration, anathema, Ac. 23.14:
	whence
Ἀναθεματίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to declare any one to be ἀνάθεμα, to curse, bind by a curse,
	Mar. 14.71. Ac. 23.12, 14, 21. S.
Ἀναθεωρέω, ῶ, (ἀνά & θεωρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to view, behold attentively, comtemplate, Ac. 17.23. He. 13.7.
Ἀνάθημα, ατος, τό, (ἀνατίθημι)
    a gift or offering consecrated to God, Lu. 21.5.
Ἀναίδεια, ας, ἡ, (ἀ & αἰδώς)
    pr. impudence; hence, importunate solicitation, or pertinacious
	importunity, without regard to time, place, or person, Lu. 11.8.
Ἀναίρεσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. a taking up or away; death, a putting to death, murder,
	Ac. 8.1; 22.20:
	from
Ἀναιρέω, ῶ (ἀνά & αἰρέω)
    f. ήσω, a.2. ἀνεῖλον, a.1. pass. ἀνῃρέθην,
    pr. to take up, lift, as from the ground; to take away or off,
	put to death, kill, murder; to take away, abolish, abrogate,
	He. 10.9; mid. to take up infants in order to bring them up,
	Ac. 7.21.
Ἀναίτιος, ίου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & αἰτία)
    guiltless, innocent, Mat. 12.5, 7.
Ἀνακαθίζω, (ἀνά & καθίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to set up; intrans. to sit up, Lu. 7.15. Ac. 9.40.
Ἀνακαινίζω, (ἀνά & καινίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to renovate, renew, He. 6.6.
Ἀνακαινόω, ῶ, (ἀνά & καινός)
    f. ώσω
    to renovate, invigorate, renew, 2 Co. 4.16. Col. 3.10: (N.T.)
	whence
Ἀνακαίνωσις, εως, ἡ,
    renovation, reformation, Ro. 12.2. Tit. 3.5.
Ἀνακαλύπτω, (ἀνά & καλύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to unveil, uncover; pass. met. to be freed from obscurity or
	impediments to knowledge, 2 Co. 3.14, 18.
Ἀνακάμπτω, (ἀνά & κάμπτω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to reflect, bend back; hence, to bend back one's course,
	return, Mat. 2.12. Lu. 10.6. Ac. 18.21. He. 11.15.
Ἀνάκειμαι, (ἀνά & κεῐμαι)
    f. είσομαι,
    to be laid up, as offerings; later, to lie, be in a recumbent
	posture, recline at table.
Ἀνακεφαλαιόω, ῶ, (ἀνά & κεφάλαιον)
    f. ώσω,
    to bring together several things under one, reduce under one head,
	Ep. 1.10; to comprise, Ro. 13.9. L.G.
Ἀνακλίνω, (ἀνά & κλίνω)
    f. ῐνῶ,
    to lay down; to cause to recline at table, &c.:
	mid. ἀνακλίνομαι, to recline at table.
Ἀνακόπτω, (ἀνά & κόπτω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to beat back; hence, to check, impede, hinder,
	restrain, Ga. 5.7.
Ἀνακράζω, (ἀνά & κράζω)
    f. ξω,
    to cry aloud, exclaim, shout, Mar. 1.23; 6.49.
	Lu. 4.33; 8.28; 23.18.
Ἀνακρίνω, (ἀνά & κρίνω)
    f. ῐνῶ,
    to sift, examine, question; to try; to judge, give judement upon:
	hence
Ἀνάκρῐσις, εως, ἡ,
    investigation, judicial examination, hearing of a cause, Ac. 25.26.
Ἀνακύπτω, (ἀνά & κύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to raise up one's self, look up, Lu. 13.11. Jno. 8.7, 10;
	met. to recover from dejection, be cheered. Lu. 21.28.
Ἀναλαμβάνω,
    f. λήψομαι, a.2. ἀνέλαβον, a.1. pass ἀνελήφθην,
    to take up, receive up; bear, carry; take as a companion,
	take to one's self, assume:
	hence
Ἀνάληψις, εως, ἡ,
    a taking up, receiving up, Lu. 9.51.
Ἀνᾱλίσκω, (ἀνά & ἁλίσκω)
    f. λώσω, a.1. ἀνήλωσα, & ἀνάλωσα, a.1. pass. ἀνηλώθην & ἀναλώθην,
    to consume, destroy, Lu. 9.54, Ga. 5.15. 2 Thes. 2.8.
Ἀναλογία, ας, ἡ, (ἀνά & λόγος)
    analogy, ratio, proportion, Ro. 12.6.
Ἀναλογίζομαι, (ἀνά & λογίζομαι)
    f. ίσομαι,
    to consider attentively, He. 12.3.
Ἀνᾰλος, ου, ό, ή, τό, -ον, (ἀ & ἅλς)
    without saltness, or the taste and pungency of salt,
	insipid, Mat. 9.50.
Ἀνάλῠσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. dissolution; met. departure, death, 2 Ti. 4.6:
	from
Ἀναλύω, (ἀνά & λύω)
    f. ύσω,
    pr. to loose, dissolve; intrans. to loose in order to departure,
	depart, Lu. 12.36; from life, Phi. 1.23.
Ἀναμάρτητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἁμαρτάνω)
    without sin, guiltless, Jno. 8.7.
Ἀναμένω, (ἀνά & μένω)
    f. ενῶ,
    to await, wait for, expect, 1 Thes. 1.10.
Ἀναμιμνήσκω, (ἀνά & μιμνήσκω)
    f. μνήσω, a.1. pass. ἀνεμνήσθην,
    to remind, cause to remember, 1 Co. 4.17; to exhort,
	2 Ti. 1.6; mid. to call to mind, recollect, remember,
	Mar. 14.72. 2 Co. 7.15. He. 10.32: hence
Ἀνάμνησις, εως, ἡ,
    rememberance; a commemoration, memorial, Lu. 22.19.
	1 Co. 11.24, 25. He. 10.3.
Ἀνανεόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to renew; mid. to reform, become a new person, Ep. 4.23.
Ἀνανήφω, (ἀνά & νήφω)
    f. ψω,
    to become sober; met. to recover sobriety of mind, 2 Ti. 2.26. L.G.
Ἀναντίῤῥητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἀντερῶ)
    not to be contradicted, indisputable, Ac. 19.36: (L.G.)
	hence
Ἀναντιῤῥήτως,
    adv. pr. without contradiction or gainsaying; without hesitation,
	promptly, Ac. 10.29.
Ἀνάξιος, ίου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἄξιος)
    unworthy, inadequate, 1 Co. 6.2:
	hence
Ἀναξίως,
    adv. unworthily, in an improper manner, 1 Co. 11.27, 29.
Ἀνάπαυσις, εως, ἡ,
    rest, intermission, Mat. 11.29. Re. 4.8; 14.11;
	meton. place of rest, fixed habitation, Mat. 12.43. Lu. 11.24:
	from
Ἀναπαύω, (ἀνά & παύω)
    f. αύσω,
    to cause to rest, give rest or quiet; mid. to take rest,
	repose, refreshment; to have a fixed place of rest, abide,
	dwell, 1 Pe. 4.14.
Ἀναπείθω, (ἀνά & πείθω)
    f. είσω,
    to persuade to a different opinion; to seduce, Ac. 18.13.
Ἀναπέμπω, (ἀνά & πέμπω)
    f. ψω,
    to send back, or again, Phile. 11, to send up, remit to a
	tribunal, Lu. 23.7, 11, 15.
Ἀνάπηρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀνά & πηρός, maimed)
    maimed, deprived of some member of the body, or at least
	of its use, Lu. 14.13, 21.
Ἀναπίπτω, (ἀνά & πίπτω)
    f. πεσοῦμαι, a.2. ἀνέπεσον,
    to fall or recline backwards; recline at table, &c.
Ἀναπληρόω, ῶ, (ἀνά & πληρόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to fill up, complete; fulfil, confirm, as a prophecy by the
	event; full the place of any one; to supply, make good;
	to observe fully, keep, the law.
Ἀναπολόγητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἀπολογέομαι)
    inexcusable, Ro. 1.20; 2.1. L.G.
Ἀναπτύσσω, (ἀνά & πτύσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to roll back, unroll, unfold, Lu. 4.17.
Ἀνάπτω, (ἀνά & ἅπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to light, kindle, set on fire, Lu. 12.49. Ac. 28.2. Ja. 3.5.
Ἀναρίθμητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἀριθμός)
    innumerable, He. 11.12.
Ἀνασείω, (ἀνά & σείω)
    f. είσω,
    pr. to shake up; met. to stir up, instigate, Mar. 15.11. Lu. 23.5.
Ἀνασκευάζω, (ἀνά & σκευάζω, fr. σκεῦος)
    f. άσω,
    pr. to collect one's effects or baggage (σκεύη) in order to remove;
	to lay waste by carrying off or destroying every thing, destroy;
	met. to unsettle, pervert, subvert, Ac. 15.24.
Ἀνασπάω, ῶ, (ἀνά & σπάω)
    f. άσω,
    to draw up, or out, Lu. 14.5. Ac. 11.10. (ᾰ)
Ἀνάστᾰσις, εως, ἡ, (ἀνίστημι)
    a raising or rising up; resurrection; meton. the author of
	resurrection, Jno. 11.25; met. & meton. the author and cause
	of felicity, Lu. 2.34.
Ἀναστατόω, ῶ (fr. same)
    f. ώσω,
    i.e. ἀνάστατον ποιεῖν, to lay waste, destroy; to disturb the
	public tranquillity, excite to sedition and tumult, Ac. 17.6; 21.38;
	to disturb the mind of any one by doubts, &c., to subvert, unsettle,
	Gal. 5.12. L.G.
Ἀνασταυρόω, ῶ, (ἀνά & σταυρόω)
    pr. to crucify; met. to treat with the greatest indignity, He. 6.6.
Ἀναστενάζω, (ἀνά & στενάζω)
    f. ξω,
    to sigh, groan deeply, Mar. 8.12.
Ἀναστρέφω, (ἀνά & στρέφω)
    f. ψω,
    to overturn, throw down; to turn back, return; mid. versari,
	to be employed, occupied, engaged; to have intercourse or be
	conversant with; to live, pass one's life, follow any mode of life:
	hence
Ἀναστροφή, ῆς, ἡ,
    conversation, mode of life, conduct, deportment.
Ἀνατάσσομαι, (ἀνά & τάσσω)
    f. τάξομαι,
    pr. to arrange; hence, to compose, Lu. 1.1. L.G.
Ἀνατέλλω, (ἀνά & τέλλω, to make to rise)
    f. τελῶ, a.1. ἀνέτειλα,
    to cause to rise; intrans. to rise, spring up, as the sun,
	stars, &c.
Ἀνατίθεμαι, (ἀνά & τίθημι)
    a.2. ἀνεθέμην,
    to submit to a person's consideration a statement or report of
	matters, Ac. 25.14. Gal. 2.2.
Ἀνατολή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἀνατέλλω)
    pr. a rising of the sun, &c.; the place of rising, the east;
	met. the dawn or day-spring, Lu. 1.78.
Ἀνατρέπω, (ἀνά & τρέπω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to overturn, overthrow; met. to subvert, corrupt,
	2 Ti. 2.18. Tit. 1.11.
Ἀνατρέφω, (ἀνά & τρέφω)
    f. θρέψω, p. pass. ἀνατέθραμμαι, a.2. pass. ἀνετράφην,
    to nurse, as an infant, Ac. 7.20; to bring up, educate,
	Ac. 7.21; 22.3.
Ἀναφαίνω, (ἀνά & φαίνω)
    f. φανῶ,
    to bring to light, display; mid. to appear, Lu. 19.11;
	a nautical term, to come in sight of. Ac. 21.3.
Ἀναφέρω, (ἀνά & φέρω)
    f. οίσω, a.1. ήνεγκα, a.2. ἀνήνεγκον,
    to bear or carry upwards, lead up; to offer sacrifices;
	to bear aloft or sustain a burden, as sins, 1 Pe. 2.24.
	He. 9.28.
Ἀναφωνέω, ῶ, (ἀνά & φωνέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to exclaim, cry out, Lu. 1.42.
Ἀνάχῠσις, εως, ἡ, (ἀναχέω, to pour out)
    a pouring out; met. excess, 1 Pe. 4.4. L.G.
Ἀναχωρέω, ῶ, (ἀνά & χωρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to go backward; depart, go away; withdraw, retire.
Ἀνάψυξις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. a refreshing coolness after heat; met. refreshing,
	recreation, rest, Ac. 3.19. L.G.
	from
Ἀναψύχω, (ἀνά & ψύχω)
    f. ξω,
    to recreate by fresh air; to refresh, cheer, 2 Ti. 1.16. (ῡ).
Ἀνδραποδιστής, οῦ, ὁ, (ἀνδράποδον, a slave)
    a man-stealer, kidnapper, 1 Ti. 1.10.
Ἀνδρίζω, (ἀνήρ)
    f. ίσω,
    to render brave or manly; mid. to show or behave one's self
	like a man, 1 Co. 16.13.
Ἀνδροφόνος, ου, ὁ, (ἀνήρ & φόνος)
    a homicide, man-slayer, murderer, 1 Ti. 1.9.
Ἀνέγκλητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἐγκαλέω)
    not arraigned; unblameable, irreproachable, 1 Co. 1.8.
	Col. 1.22. 1 Ti. 3.10. Tit. 1.6, 7.
Ἀνεκδιήγητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἐκδιηγέομαι)
    which cannot be related, inexpressable,unutterable,
	2 Co. 9.15. L.G.
Ἀνεκλάλητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἐκλαλέω)
    unspeakable, ineffable, 1 Pe. 1.8. L.G.
Ἀνέκλειπτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἐκλείπω)
    unfailing, exhaustless, Lu. 12.33. L.G.
Ἀνεκτός, ή, όν, (ἀνέχω)
    tolerable, supportable, Mat. 10.15; 11.22, 24. Mar. 6.11.
	Lu. 10.12, 14.
Ἀνελεήμων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἐλεήμων)
    unmerciful, uncompassionate, cruel, Ro. 1.31.
Ἀνεμίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to agitate with the wind; pass. to be agitated or driven
	by the wind, Ja. 1.6. (L.G.) from
Ἄνεμος, ου, ὁ,
    the wind; met. levity, emptiness, Ep. 4.14.
Ἀνένδεκτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & ἐνδέχεται)
    impossible, what cannot be, Lu. 17.1 N.T.
Ἀνεξερεύνητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & ἐξερευνάω)
    unsearchable, inscrutable, Ro. 11.33.
Ἀνεξίκᾰκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀνέχομαι & κακός)
    enduring or patient under evils and injuries, 2 Ti. 2.24. L.G.
Ἀνεξιχνίαστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἐξιχνιάζω, to explore)
    which cannot be explored, inscrutable, incomprehensible,
	Ro. 11.33. Ep. 3.8. S.
Ἀνεπαίσχυντος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἐπαισχύνομαι)
    without cause of shame, irreproachable, 2 Ti. 2.15. N.T.
Ἀνεπίληπτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἐπιλαμβάνω)
    pr. not to be laid hold of, met. irreprehensible, unblameable,
	1 Ti. 3.2; 5.7; 6.14.
Ἀνέρχομαι, (ἀνά & ἔρχομαι)
    f. ελεύσομαι, a.2. ἀνῆλθον,
    to ascend, go up, Jno. 6.3. Gal. 1.17, 18.
Ἄνεσις, εως, ἡ, (ἀνίημι)
    pr. the relaxing of any state of constraint; relaxation
	of rigour of confinement, Ac. 24.23; met. ease, rest, peace,
	tranquillity, 2 Co. 2.12; 7.5; 8.13. 2 Thes. 1.7.
Ἀνετάζω,
    f. άσω,
    to examine throughly; to examine by torture, Ac. 22.24, 29. S.
Ἄνευ,
    without, Mat. 10.29. 1 Pe. 3.1; 4.9.
Ἀνεύθετος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & εὔθετος)
    not commodious, inconvenient, Ac. 27.12. N.T.
Ἀνευρίσκω, (ἀνά & εὑρίσκω)
    f. ρήσω,
    to find by diligent search, Lu. 2.16. Ac. 21.4.
Ἀνέχομαι, (ἀνά & ἔχω)
    f. έξομαι, imperf. ἀνειχόμην, ἠνειχόμην, ἠνεσχόμην,
    to endure, bear with; to suffer, admit, permit.
Ἀνεψιός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a nephew, Col. 4.10.
Ἄνηθον, ου, τό,
    anethum, dill, an aromatic plant, Mat. 23.23.
Ἀνήκω, (ἀνά & ἥκω)
    to come up to, to pertain to; ἀνήκει, impers. it is fit,
	proper, becoming, Col. 3.18. Ep. 5.4. Phile. 8.
Ἀνήμερος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἥμερος, gentle, mild,)
    ungentile, fierce, ferocious, 2 Ti. 3.3.
Ἀνήρ, ἀνδρός, ὁ,
    a male person of full age and stature, as opposed to a
	child or female; a husband; a man, homo, human being;
	a certain man; some one; that man, he, ille; used also
	pleonastically with other nouns and adjectives.
Ἀνθίστημι, (ἀντί & ἵστημι)
    f. ἀντιστήσω, a.2. ἀντέστην, perf. ἀνθέστηκα,
    to oppose, resist, stand out against.
Ἀνθομολογέομαι, οῦμαι, (ἀντί & ὁμολογέω)
    pr. to come to an agreement; hence, to confess openly
	what is due; to confess, give thanks, praise, celebrate,
	extol, Lu. 2.38.
Ἄνθος, εος, ους, τό,
    a flower, Ja. 1.10, 11. 1 Pe. 1.24. bis.
Ἀνθρακιά, ᾶς, ἡ
    a mass or heap of live coals, Jno. 18.18; 21.9:
	from
Ἄνθραξ, ᾰκος, ὁ
    a coal, burning coal, Ro. 12.20.
Ἀνθρωπάρεσκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἄνθρωπος & ἀρέσκω)
    desirous of pleasing men, Ep. 6.6. Col. 3.22. S.
Ἀνθρώπινος, η, ον, (ἄνθρωπος)
    human, belonging to man, 1 Co. 2.4, 13; 4.3; 10.13.
	Ja. 3.7. 1 Pe 2.13; suited to man, Ro. 6.19.
Ἀνθρωποκτόνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἄνθρωπος & κτείνω)
    a homicide, murderer, Jno. 8.44. 1 Jno. 3.15.
Ἄνθρωπος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    a human being; an individual; used also pleonastically
	with other words; met.a spiritual frame or character,
	1 Pe. 3.4.
Ἀνθυπατεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to be proconsul, Ac. 18.12:
	from
Ἀνθύπᾰτος, ου, ὁ, (ἀντί & ὕπατος, a consul)
    a proconsul, Ac. 13.7, 8, 12; 19.38. L.G.
Ἀνίημι, (ἀνά & ἵημι)
    f. ἀνήσω, a.2. ἀνῆν, s. ἀνῶ, a.1. pass. ἀνέθην,
    to loose, slacken, Ac. 27.40; to unbind, unfasten,
	Ac. 16.26; to omit or lessen, Ep. 6.9; to leave or
	neglect, He. 13.5.
Ἀνίλεως, ω, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ἵλεως)
    uncompassionate, unmerciful, stern, Ja. 2.13. N.T.
Ἄνιπτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & νίπτω)
    unwashed, Mat. 15.20. Mar. 7.2, 5.
Ἀνίστημι,
    f. ἀναστήσω, a.1. ἀνέστησα,
    trans. to cause to stand up or rise; to raise up,
	as the dead; to cause to appear or exist;
	intrans a.2. ἀνέστην, imperat. ἀνάστηθι, ἀνάστα, and
	mid., to rise up; to come into existence.
Ἀνόητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & νοέω)
    inconsiderate, unintelligent, unwise; Lu. 24.25.
	Ro. 1.14. Gal. 3.1, 3. Tit. 3.3; brutish, 1 Ti. 6.9.
Ἄνοια, ας, ἡ, (ἀ & νοῦς)
    want of understanding, folly, rashness, madness,
	Lu. 6.11. 2 Ti. 3.9
Ἀνοίγω, (ἀνά & οἴγω)
    f. ἀνοίζω, a.1. ἀνέῳξα, ἤνοιξα, p. ἀνέῳχα,
    trans. to open;
    intrans. p.2 ἀνέῳγα, p. pass. ἀνέῳγμαι, ἠνέῳγμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἀνεῴχθην, ἠνεῴχθην, ἠνοίχθην,
    to be opened, to be open.
Ἀνοικοδομέω, ῶ, (ἀνά & οἰκοδομέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to rebuild, Ac. 15.16. bis.
Ἄνοιξις, εως, ἡ, (ἀνοίγω)
    an opening, act of opening, Ep. 6.19.
Ἀνομία, ας, ἡ,
    lawlessness, violation of law, iniquity, sin:
	from
Ἄνομος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & νόμος)
    lawless, without law, not subject to law; violating
	the law, wicked, impious, a transgressor:
	whence
Ἀνόμως,
    adv. without law, Ro. 2.12. bis.
Ἀνορθόω, ῶ, (ἀνά & ὀρθόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to restore to straightness or erectness, Lu. 13.13;
	to reinvigorate, He. 12.12; to rerect, Ac. 15.16.
Ἀνόσιος, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ὅσιος, pious)
    impious, unholy, 1 Ti. 1.9. 2 Ti. 3.2.
Ἀνοχή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἀνέχομαι)
    forbearance, patience, Ro. 2.4; 3.26.
Ἀνταγωνίζομαι, (ἀντί & ἀγωνίζομαι)
    f. ίσομαι,
    to contend, strive against, He. 12.4.
Ἀντάλλαγμα, ατος, τό, (ἀνταλλάσσω, to exchange)
    a price paid in exchange for a thing, compensation,
	ransom, Mat. 16.26. Mar. 8.37.
Ἀνταναπληρόω, ῶ, (ἀντί & ἀναπληρόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to fill up, complete, supply, Col. 1.24.
Ἀνταποδίδωμι, (ἀντί & ἀποδίδωμι)
    f. δώσω, a.2. ἀνταπέδων, a.1. pass. ἀνταπεδόθην,
    to repay, requite, recompense, Lu. 14.14. bis.
	Ro. 11.35; 12.19. 1 Thes. 3.9. 2 Thes. 1.6. He. 10.30:
	whence
Ἀνταπόδομα, ατος, τό,
    requital, recompence, retribution, retaliation,
	Lu. 14.12. Ro. 11.9. S.
Ἀνταπόδοσις, εως, ἡ,
    recompence, reward, Col. 3.24.
Ἀνταποκρίνομαι, (ἀντί & ἀποκρίνομαι)
    a.1. ἀνταπεκρίθην,
    to answer, speak in answer, Lu. 14.6; to reply against,
	contradict, dispute, Ro. 9.20. S.
Ἀντεῖπον, inf. ἀντειπεῖν,
    see ἀντιλέγω.
Ἀντέχομαι, (ἀντί & ἔχω)
    f. ἀνθέξομαι,
    to hold firmly, cling or adhere to; to be devoted
	to any one, Lu. 16.13. Tit. 1.9; to exercise a zealous
	care for any one, 1 Thes. 5.14.
Ἀντί,
    pr. over against; hence, in correspondence to;
	in place of; in retribution or return for; in
	consideration of; on account of.
Ἀντιβάλλω, (ἀντί & βάλλω),
    pr. to throw or toss from one to another;
	met. to agitate, converse or discourse about,
	Lu. 24.17.
Ἀνταδιατίθημι, (ἀντί & διατίθημι)
    to oppose; mid. to be of an opposite opinion,
	to be adverse or averse to, 2 Ti. 2.25. L.G.
Ἀντίδῐκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀντί & δίκη)
    pr. an opponent in a lawsuit, Mat. 5.25. bis.
	Lu. 12.58; 18.3; an adversary, 1 Pe. 5.8.
Ἀντίθεσις, εως, ἡ, (ἀντί & τίθημι)
    pr. opposition; hence, a question proposed for
	dispute, disputation, 1 Ti. 6.20.
Ἀντικαθίστημι, (ἀντί & καθίστημι)
    f. ήσω,
    trans. to set in opposition;
    intrans. a.2. ἀντικατέστην, to withstand, resist, He. 12.4.
Ἀντικαλέω, (ἀντί & καλέω)
    to invite in return, Lu. 14.12.
Ἀντίκειμαι, (ἀντί & κεῖμαι)
    f. είσομαι,
    pr. to occupy an opposite position; met. to oppose,
	be adverse to.
Ἀντικρύ,
    adv., opposite to, over against, Ac. 20.15.
Ἀντιλαμβάνομαι, (ἀντιλαμβάνω, to take in turn)
    f. λύψομαι,
    to aid, assist, help, Lu. 1.54. Ac. 20.35; to be a
	receipient, 1 Ti. 6.2.
Ἀντιλέγω, (ἀντί & λέγω)
    f. λέξω, a.2. ἀντεῖπον,
    to speak against, contradict; gainsay, deny; to oppose,
	be adverse to, Lu. 2.34; 20.27. Jno. 19.12.
	Ac. 13.45; 28.19, 22. Ro. 10.21. Tit. 1.9; 2.9.
Ἀντίληψις, εως, ἡ (ἀντιλαμβάνω)
    aid, assistance; met. one who aids or assists, a help,
	1 Co. 12.28.
Ἀντιλογία, ας, ἡ, (ἀντιλέγω)
    contradiction, question, He. 6.16; 7.7; opposition,
	rebellion, Jude 11; contumely, He. 12.3.
Ἀντιλοιδορέω, ῶ, (ἀντί & λοιδορέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to reproach or revile again or in return,
	1 Pe. 2.23. L.G.
Ἀντίλυτρον, ου, τὸ, (ἀντί & λύτρον)
    a ransom, 1 Ti. 2.6. N.T.
Ἀντιμετρέω, ῶ, (ἀντί & μετρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to measure again or in return, Lu. 6.38. Mat. 7.2. N.T.
Ἀντιμισθία, ας, ἡ, (ἀντί & μισθός)
    a retribution, recompence, Ro. 1.27. 2 Co. 6.13. L.G.
Ἀντιπαρέρχομαι, (ἀντί & παρέρχομαι)
    f. ελεύσομαι, a.2. ῆλθον,
    to pass over against, to pass by unnoticed,
	Lu. 10.31, 32. L.G.
Ἀντιπέραν,
    adv. over against, on the opposite side, Lu. 8.26.
Ἀντιπίπτω, (ἀντί & πίπτω)
    f. πεσοῦμαι,
    pr. to fall upon, rush upon any one; hence,
	to resist by force, oppose, strive against, Ac. 7.51.
Ἀντιστρατεύομαι, (ἀντί & στρατεύω)
    to war against; to contravene, oppose, Ro. 7.23.
Ἀντιτάσσω, (ἀντί & τάσσω)
    f. τάξω,
    to post in adverse array, as in army;
	mid. to set one's self in opposition, resist,
	Ac. 18.6. Ro. 13.2. Ja. 5.6; to be averse,
	Ja. 4.6. 1 Pe. 5.5.
Ἀντίτῠπος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀντί & τύπος)
    of correspondent stamp or form, corresponding,
	similar, 1 Pe. 3.21; τὸ ἀντίτυπον, a copy, He. 9.24.
Ἀντίχριστος, ου, ὁ, (ἀντί & χριστός)
    antichrist, an opposer of Christ,
	1 Jno. 2.18, 22; 4.3. 2 Jno. 7.
Ἀντλέω, ῶ (ἄντλος, a sink)
    f. ήσω,
    to draw, e.g. wine, water, &c. Jno. 2.8, 9; 4.7, 15:
	whence
Ἄντλημα;, ατος, τό,
    pr. that which is drawn; a bucket, vessel for
	drawing water, Jno. 4.11. L.G.
Ἀντοφθαλμέω, ῶ, (ἀντί & ὀφθαλμός)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to look in the face, i.e. rectis oculis;
	met. a nautical term, to bear up against the
	wind, Ac. 27.15. L.G.
Ἄνυδρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ὕδωρ)
    without water, dry, 2 Pe. 2.17. Jude 12.
	τόποι ἄνυδροι, dry places, and therefore, in the East,
	barren, desert, Mat. 12.43. Lu. 11.24.
Ἀνυπόκρῐτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἀ & ὑποκρίνομαι)
    unfeigned, real, sincere, Ro. 12.9, et al. L.G.
Ἀνυπότακτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ὑποτάσσω)
    not subjected, not made subordinate, He. 2.8;
	insubordinate, refractory, disorderly, contumacious,
	lawless, 1 Ti. 1.9. Tit. 1.6, 10. L.G.
Ἄνω,
    adv. above; up, upwards; ὁ, ἡ, τό, ἄνω, that which
	is above, higher.
Ἀνώγεον, v. ἀνώγαιον, v. ἀνώγεων, v. ἀνάγειον, ου, τό, (ἄνω & γῆ)
    an upper room, or chamber, cœnaculum, Mar. 14.15. Lu. 22.12.
Ἄνωθεν,
    adv. of place, from above, from a higher place;
	of time, from the first or beginning; again, anew;
	with a preporition, the top or upper part, Mat. 27.51.
Ἀνωτερικός, ή, όν,
    upper, higher; inland, Ac. 19.1. N.T.
Ἀνώτερος, α, ον, (comp. of ἄνω)
    higher, superior; to a higher place, Lu. 14.10; above,
	before, He. 10.8. L.G.
Ἄνωφελής, έως, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ες, (ἀ & ὠφελέω)
    useless, unprofitable, mischievous, Tit. 3.9. He. 7.18.
Ἀξίνη, ης, ἡ,
    an axe, Mat. 3.10. Lu. 3.9. (ῑ)
Ἄξιος, ία, ιον,
    of equal value; worthy, estimable; worthy of, deserving,
	either good or evil; correspondent to; comparable to;
	suitable, due:
	whence
Ἀξιόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, p. pass. ἠξίωμαι,
    to judge or esteem worthy or deserving; to deem fitting,
	to require, Ac. 15.38; 28.22.
Ἀξίως,
    adv. worthily, suitably, properly, in a becoming manner.
Ἀόρᾱτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & ὁράω)
    invisible, Ro. 1.20. Co. 1.15, 16, 1 Ti. 1.17. He. 11.27.
Ἀπαγγέλλω, (ἀπό & ἀγγέλλω)
    f. γελῶ, a.1. ἀπήγγειλα, a.2. pass ἀπηγγέλην,
    to enounce that with which a person is charged, or
	which is called for by circumstances; to carry back
	word; to report; to declare plainly; to announce
	formally.
Ἀπάγχω, (ἀπό & ἄγχω, to compress)
    f. άγξω,
    to strangle; mid. to choke or strangle one's self,
	hang one's self, Mat. 27.5.
Ἀπάγω, (ἀπό & ἄγω)
    f. ξω, a.2. ἀπήγαγον, a. 2. pass. ἀπήχθην,
    to lead away, conduct; met. to seduce.
Ἀπαίδευτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & παιδεύω)
    uninstructed, ignorant; silly, unprofitable, 2 Ti. 2.23.
Ἀπαίρω, (ἀπό & αἴρω)
    f. αρῶ, a.1. pass. ἀπήρθην, subj. ἀπαρθῶ,
    to take away; pass. to be taken away; in the sense
	of departing, Mat. 9.15. Mar. 2.20. Lu. 5.35.
Ἀπαιτέω, ῶ, (ἀπό & αἰτέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to demand, require, demand back, Lu. 6.30; 12.20.
Ἀπαλγέω, ῶ, (ἀπό & ἀλγέω, to be in pain, grieve)
    f. ήσω, p. ἀπήλγηκα,
    pr. to desist from grief; hence, to become insensible
	or callous, Ep. 4.19.
Ἀπαλλάσσω, (ἀπό & ἀλλάσσω)
    f. ξω, a.1. pass. ἀπηλλάχθην,
    to set free, deliver, set at liberty, He. 2.15; to rid
	judicially, Lu. 12.58; mid. to leave, depart, remove
	from, Ac. 19.12.
Ἀπαλλοτριόω, ῶ, (ἀπό & ἀλλοτριόω, to alienate)
    f. ώσω, p. pass. ἀπηλλοτρίωμαι,
    to alienate; pass. to be alienated from, be a stranger
	to, Ep. 2.12; 4.18. Col. 1.21.
Ἁπαλός, ή, όν,
    soft, tender, Mat. 24.32. Mar. 13.28.
Ἀπαντάω, ῶ, (ἀπό & ἀντάω, to meet)
    f. ήσω,
    to meet, encounter:
	whence
Ἀπάντησις, εως, ἡ,
    a meeting, encounter: εἰς ἀπάντησιν, i.q. ἀπαντᾶν,
	to meet, Mar. 25.1, 6. Ac. 28.15. 1 Th. 4.17. L.G.
Ἅπαξ,
    adv. once; once for all; actually, in fact, Jude 3, 5.
Ἀπαράβᾰτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & παραβαίνω)
    not transient; not to be superseded, unchangeable,
	He. 7.24. L.G.
Ἀπαρασκεύαστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & παρασκευάζω)
    unprepared, 2 Co. 9.4.
Ἀπαρνέομαι, οῦμαι, (ἀπό & ἀρνέομαι)
    f. ήσομαι, & pass. ἀπαρνηθήσομαι,
    to deny, disown; to renounce, disregard.
Ἀπαρτί, (ἀπό & ἄρτι)
    adv. from this time, henceforth, Jno. 1.52.
	Re. 14.13; forthwith.
Ἀπαρτισμός, ου, ὁ, (ἀπαρτίζω, to perfect, fr. ἀπό & ἄρτιος)
    completion, perfection, Lu. 14.28. L.G.
Ἀπαρχή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἀπό & ἀρχή)
    pr. the first act of a sacrifice; hence, the first-fruits,
	first portion, firstling. Ro. 8.23, et al.
Ἅπας, ασα, αν, (a strengthened form of πᾶς)
    all, the whole.
Ἀπατάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. pass. ἠπατήθη,
    to deceive, seduce into error, Ep. 5.6. 1 Ti. 2.14. Ja. 1.26:
	whence
Ἀπάτη, ης, ἡ,
    deceit, deception, defusion.
Ἀπάτωρ, ορος, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & πατήρ)
    pr. without a father, fatherless; hence, independent of
	paternal descent, He. 7.3. (ᾰ)
Ἀπαύγασμα, ατος, τό, (ἀπό & αὐγάζω)
    an effulgence, He. 1.3. L.G.
Ἀπεῖδον,
    subj. ἀπίδω, see ἀφοράω.
Ἀπείθεια, ας, ἡ, (ἀπειθής)
    that disposition of mind which will not be persuaded,
	which refuses belief and obedience, obstinacy,
	contumacy, disobedience, unbelief, Ro. 11.30, 32.
	Ep. 2.2; 5.6. He. 4.6, 11. Col. 3.6.
Ἀπειθέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    not to suffer one's self to be persuaded; to refuse
	belief, disbelieve, be incredulous; to refuse obedience
	through unbelief, disobey; refuse belief and obedience,
	be contumacious:
	from
Ἀπειθής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & πείθω)
    who will not be persuaded, who refuses belief and
	obedience, unbelieving, disobedient, contumacious.
Ἀπειλέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἠπείλησα,
    to threaten, menace, rebuke, Ac. 4.17. 1 Pe. 2.23:
	whence
Ἀπειλή, ῆς, ἡ,
    threat, commination, Ac. 4.17, 29; 9.1; harshness of
	language, Ep. 6.9.
Ἄπειμι, (ἀπό & εἰμί)
    f. έσομαι,
    to be absent.
Ἄπειμι, (ἀπό & εἶμι, to go)
    imperfect, ἀπῄειν,
    to go away, depart, A. 17.10.
Ἀπεῖπον,
    a.2. act. to tell out; to refuse, forbid;
	mid. a.1. ἀπειπάμην, to renounce, disclaim, 2. Co. 4.2.
Ἀπείραστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & πειράζω)
    not having tried, inexperienced, or, untried or,
	incapable of being tried, Ja. 1.13. L.G.
Ἄπειρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & πεῖρα)
    unexperienced, unskilful, ignorant, He. 5.13.
Ἀπεκδέχομαι, (ἀπό & ἐκδέχομαι)
    f. έξομαι,
    to expect, wait or look for, Ro. 8.19, 23, 25.
	1 Co. 1.7. Gal. 5.5. Phi. 3.20. He. 9.28. L.G.
Ἀπεκδύομαι, (ἀπό & ἐκδύω)
    f. ύσομαι,
    to put off, strip, divest, renounce, Col. 2.15; 3.9. (L.G.)
	whence
Ἀπέκδῠσις, εως, ἡ,
    a putting or stripping off, renunciation, Col. 2.11. N.T.
Ἀπελαύνω, (ἀπό & ἐλαύνω)
    f. ελάσω, a.1. ἀπήλᾰσα,
    to drive away, Ac. 18.16.
Ἀπελεγμός, οῦ, ὁ, (ἀπελέγχω, to refute, fr. ἀπό & ἐλέγχω)
    pr. refutation; by impl. disesteem, contempt, disgrace,
	Ac. 19.27. N.T.
Ἀπελεύθερος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀπό & ἐλεύθερος)
    a freed-man, 1 Co. 7.22.
Ἀπελπίζω, (ἀπό & ἐλπίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to lay aside hope, despond, despair; also, to hope for
	something in return, Lu. 6.35. L.G.
Ἀπέναντι, (ἀπό & ἔναντι)
    adv. opposite to, over against, Mat. 21.2; 27.61;
	contrary to, in opposition to, against, Ac. 17.7; before,
	in the presence of, Mat. 27.24. Ac. 3.16. L.G.
Ἀπέραντος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & πέρας)
    unlimited, interminable, endless, 1 Ti. 1.4.
Ἀπερισπάστως, (ἀ & περισπάω)
    adv. without distraction, without care or solicitude,
	1 Co. 7.35. L.G.
Ἀπερίτμητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & περιτέμνω)
    pr. uncircumcised; met. obdurate, pertinacious,
	Ac. 7.51. L.G.
Ἀπέρχομαι, (ἀπό & ἔρχομαι)
    f. ελεύσομαι, a.2. ῆλθον,
    to go away, depart; to go forth, pervade, as a rumour;
	to arrive at a destination; to pass away, disappear;
	in N.T., ἀπέρχομαι ὀπίσω, to follow.
Ἀπέχω, (ἀπό & ἔχω)
    f. ἀφέξω,
    trans. to have in full what is due or is sought; hence,
	impers. ἀπέχει, it is enough; intrans. to be distant,
	to be estranged; mid. to abstain from.
Ἀπιστέω, ῶ, (ἀ & πίστις)
    f. ήσω,
    to refuse belief, be incredulous, disbelieve;
	Mar. 16.11, 16. Lu. 24.11, 41. Ac. 28.24; to prove
	false, violate one's faith, be unfaithful,
	2 Ti. 2.13. Ro. 3.3.
Ἀπιστία, ας, ἡ, (fr. same)
    unbelief, want of trust and confidence; a state of
	unbelief, 1 Ti. 1.13; violation of faith, perfidy,
	Ro. 3.3. He. 3.12, 19.
Ἄπιστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & πιστός)
    unbelieving, incredulous, without confidence in any one;
	violating one's faith, unfaithful, falso, treacherous;
	one who has not embraced the Christian faith, an unbeliever,
	infidel, pagan; pass. incredible, Ac. 26.8.
Ἁπλόος, όη, όον, contr. οῦς, ῆ, οῦν,
    pr. single; hence, simple, uncompounded; sound, perfect,
	Mat. 6.22. Lu. 11.34:
	whence
Ἁπλότης, ητος, ἡ,
    simplicity, sincerity, purity or probity of mind,
	Ro. 12.8. 2 Co. 1.12; 11.3. Ep. 6.5. Col. 3.22;
	liberality, as arising from simplicity and frankness
	of character, 2 Co. 8.2; 9.11, 13.
Ἁπλῶς,
    adv. in simplicity; sincerely, really; or, liberally,
	bountifully, Ja. 1.5.
Ἀπὸ,
    prep. pr. forth from, away from; hence it variously
	signifies departure; distance of time or place; avoidance;
	riddance; derivation from a quarter, source, or material;
	origination from agency or instrumentality.
Ἀποβαίνω, (ἀπό & βαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι, a.2. ἀπέβην,
    to descend from a ship, disembark, Lu. 5.2. Jno. 21.9;
	to become, result, happen, Lu. 21.13. Phi. 1.19.
Ἀποβάλλω, (ἀπό & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ, a.2. ἀπέβαλον,
    to cast or throw off, cast aside, Mar. 10.50.
Ἀποβλέπω, (ἀπό & βλέπω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to look off from all other objects and at a single one;
	hence, to turn a steady gaze, to look with fixed and earnest
	attention, He. 11.26.
Ἀπόβλητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀποβάλλω)
    pr. to be cast away; met. to be contemned, regarded as
	vile, 1 Ti. 4.4.
Ἀποβολή, ῆς, ἡ, (fr. same)
    a casting off; rejection, reprobation, Ro. 11.15;
	loss, deprivation, of life, &c. Ac. 27.22.
Ἀπογίνομαι, (ἀπό & γίνομαι)
    a.2. ἀπεγενόμην,
    to be away from, unconnected with; to die; met. to die to,
	or renounce, any thing, 1 Pe. 2.24.
Ἀπογρᾰφή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a register, inventory; registration, enrolment,
	Lu. 2.2. Ac. 5.37:
	from
Ἀπογράφω, (ἀπό & γράφω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to copy; hence, to register, enrol; mid. to procure
	the registration of one's name, to give in one's name
	for registration, Lu. 2.1, 3, 5.
Ἀποδείκνῡμι,
    f. δείξω,
    to point out, display; prove, evince, demonstrate, Ac. 25.7;
	to designate, proclaim, hold forth, 2 Thes. 2.4; to constitute,
	appoint, Ac. 2.22; 1 Co. 4.9. 2 Thes. 2.4:
	whence
Ἀπόδειξις, εως, ἡ,
    manifestation, demonstration, indubitable proof, 1 Co. 2.4.
Ἀποδεκατόω, ῶ (ἀπό & δεκατόω)
    to pay or give tithes of, Mat. 23.23. Lu. 11.42; 18.12; to tithe,
	levy tithes upon, He. 7.5. S.
Ἀπόδεκτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον,
    acceptable, 1 Ti. 2.3; 5.4. (L.G.):
	from
Ἀποδέχομαι, (ἀπό & δέχομαι)
    f. δέξομαι,
    to receive kindly or heartily, welcome, Lu. 8.40. Ac. 15.4;
	18.27; 28.30; to receive with approbation, assent to approve,
	Ac. 2.41; to accept with satisfaction, applaud, Ac. 24.3.
Ἀποδημέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to be absent from one's home or country; to travel into foreign
	countries, Mat. 21.33; 25.14, 15. Mar. 12.1. Lu. 15.13; 20.9:
	from
Ἀπόδημος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀπό & δῆμος)
    absent in foreign countries, Mar. 13.34.
Ἀποδίδωμι, (ἀπό & δίδωμι)
    f. δώσω,
    to render that on which there is a claim, or which is looked for;
	to render in full; to give back, restore, refund; render back,
	requite, retaliate; pay a debt; discharge an obligation, perform
	whatever is to be performed; mid. to sell.
Ἀποδιορίζω, (ἀπό & διορίζω, to set bounds)
    f. ίσω,
    pr. to separate by intervening boundaries; to separate,
	Jude 19. N.T.
Ἀποδοκιμάζω, (ἀπό & δοκιμάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to reject upon trial, to reject, Mat. 21.42. Mar. 12.10.
	Lu. 20.17. 1 Pe. 2.4, 7; to repulse, refuse credence or admittance,
	disallow, Lu. 9.22; 17.25. He. 12.17.
Ἀποδοχή, ῆς, ἡ (ἀποδέχομαι)
    pr. reception, welcome; met. cordial assent, 1 Ti. 1.15; 4.9.
Ἀπόθεσις, εως, ἡ (ἀποτίθημι)
    a putting off or away, laying aside, 1 Pe. 3.21. 2 Pe. 1.14.
Ἀποθήκη, ης, ἡ, (fr. same)
    a place where any thing is laid up for preservation, repository,
	granary, storehouse, barn, Mat. 3.12; 6.26; 13.30. Lu. 3.17;
	12.18, 24.
Ἀποθησαυρίζω, (ἀπό & θησαυρίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    pr. to lay up in store, hoard; met. to collect abundantly, treasure
	up, 1 Ti. 6.19. L.G.
Ἀποθλίβω, (ἀπό & θλίβω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to press out; to press close, press upon, crowd, Lu. 8.45. (ῑ).
Ἀποθνήσκω, (ἀπό & θνήσκω)
    f. θανοῦμαι, a.2. έθανον,
    to die; to become putrescent, rot, as seeds, Jno. 12.24. 1 Co. 15.36;
	to wither, become dry, as a tree, Jude 12; met. to be obnoxious to
	condemnation and punishment, be exposed to misery or the second
	death, Jno. 6.50; 8.21, 24; to die to any thing, i.e. to renounce,
	refuse submission to, be completely severed from, Ro. 6.2. Gal. 2.19.
	Col. 3.3.
Ἀποκαθίστημι, v. ἀποκαθιστάνω, (ἀπό & καθίστημι)
    f. στήσω, a.1. pass. ἀποκατεστάθη,
    to restore any thing to its former place or state, Mat. 12.13; 17.11.
	Mar. 3.5; 8.25, et al.
Ἀποκαλύπτω, (ἀπό & καλύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to uncover, bring to light what was hidden; to reveal; to set in
	clear light; to display; pass. to be manifested, appear:
	whence
Ἀποκάλυψις, εως, ἡ,
    a disclosure, revelation; met. illumination, instruction; manifestation,
	appearance. L.G.
Ἀποκαρᾱδοκία, ας, ἡ, (ἀπό & καραδοκέω, to watch with the head stretched out,
to keep an eager lookout; fr. κάρα, the head, and δοκεύω to watch)
    earnest expectation, hope, Ro. 8.19. Phi. 1.20. N.T.
Ἀποκαταλλάσσω, (ἀπό & καταλλάσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to transfer from a certain state to another which is quite different;
	hence, to reconsile, restore to favour, Ep. 2.16. Col. 1.20, 21. N.T.
Ἀποκατάστᾰσις, εως, ἡ, (ἀποκαθίστημι)
    pr. a restitution or restoration of any thing to its former state;
	hence, change from worse to better, melioration, introduction of a
	new and better era, Ac. 3.21.
Ἀπόκειμαι, (ἀπό & κεῖμαι)
    f. είσομαι,
    to be laid up, preserved, Lu. 19.20; to be in store for, be reserved,
	await any one, Col. 1.5. 2 Ti. 4.8. He. 9.27.
Ἀποκεφαλίζω, (ἀπό & κεφαλή)
    f. ίσω,
    to behead, Mat. 14.10. Mar. 6.16, 28. Lu. 9.9.
Ἀποκλείω, (ἀπό & κλείω)
    to close, shut up, Lu. 13.25.
Ἀποκόπτω, (ἀπό & κόπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to cut off, amputate, Mar. 9.43, 45. Jno. 18.10, 26.
	Ac. 27.32. Gal. 5.12.
Ἀπόκρῐμα, ατος, τό,
    a judicial sentence, 2 Co. 1.9: (L.G.) from
Ἀποκρίνομαι, (ἀποκρίνω, to separate, fr. ἀπό & κρίνω)
    a.1. ἀπεκρινάμην & ἀπεκρίθην, f. ἀποκριθήσομαι,
    to answer; in N.T., to speak with reference to certain present
	circumstances, Mat. 11.23, et al.:
	whence
Ἀπόκρῐσις, εως, ἡ,
    an answer, reply, Lu. 2.47; 20.26. Jno. 1.22; 19.9.
Ἀποκρύπτω, (ἀπό & κρύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to hide away; to conceal, withhold from sight or knowledge,
	Mat. 11.25; 25.18, et al.:
	whence
Ἀπόκρῠφος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον,
    hidden away; concealed, Mar. 4.22. Lu. 8.17; stored up, Col. 2.3.
Ἀποκτείνω, (ἀπό & κτείνω)
    f. κτενῶ, a.1. pass. ἀπεκτόηθην,
    to kill, put to death, murder, destroy, annihilate.
Ἀποκυέω, ῶ, (ἀπό & κυέω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to bring forth, as women; met. to be the cause of, produce,
	Ja. 1.15; to be the author of spiritual generation, Ja. 1.18. L.G.
Ἀποκυλίω, (ἀπό & κυλίω)
    f. ίσω,
    to roll away, Mat. 28.2. Mar. 16.3, 4. Lu. 24.2. (ῑ) L.G.
Ἀπολαμβάνω, (ἀπό & λαμβάνω)
    f. λήψομαι, a.2. έλαβον,
    to receive in full, Lu 16.25; to receive what is due, sought,
	or needed; to receive back, recover; to receive in hospitality,
	welcome, 3 Jno. 8; to take aside, lead away, Mar. 7.33.
Ἀπόλαυσις, εως, ἡ, (ἀπολαύω, to obtain a portion of a thing, enjoy)
    beneficial participation, 1 Ti. 6.17; enjoyment, pleasure, He. 11.25.
Ἀπολείπω, (ἀπό & λείπω)
    to leave, leave behind; pass. to be left, remain, 2 Ti. 4.13, 20.
	He. 4.6, 9; 10.26; to relinquish, forsake, desert, Jude 6.
Ἀπολείχω, (ἀπό & λείχω, to lick)
    f. ξω,
    pr. to lick off; to cleanse by licking, lick clean, Lu. 16.21. L.G.
Ἀπόλλῡμι, (ἀπό & ὄλλυμι)
    f. ολέσω, & ολῶ, a.1. ἀπώλεσα, p. ἀπολώλεκα,
    to destroy utterly; to kill; to bring to nought, render vain,
	1 Co. 1.19; to lose, be deprived of;
	mid. ἀπόλλῠμαι, f. ολοῦμαι, a.2. ἀπωλόμην, p. ἀπόλωλα,
	to be destroyed, perish; to be put to death, die; to be lost,
	wander, Mat. 10.6; 15.24.
Ἀπολλύων, οντος, ὁ,
    Apollyon, the destroyer, i.q. Ἀβαδδών, Re. 9.11. N.T.
Ἀπολογέομαι, οῦμαι, (ἀπό & λόγος)
    f. ήσομαι, a.1. ἀπελογησάμην & ἀπελογήθην
    to defend one's self against a charge, to make a defence,
	Lu. 12.11; 21.14, et al.:
	whence
Ἀπολογια, ας, ἡ,
    a verbal defence, Ac. 22.1; 25.16, et al.
Ἀπολούω, (ἀπό & λούω)
    f. ούσω,
    to cleanse by bathing; mid. to cleanse one's self; to procure
	one's self to be cleansed; met. of sin, Ac. 22.16. 1 Co. 6.11.
Ἀπολύτρωσις, εως, ἡ, (ἀπολυτρόω, to dismiss any one for a ransom paid,
fr. ἀπό & λυτρόω)
    redemption, a deliverance procured by the payment of a ransom;
	meton. a redeemer, the author of redemption, 1 Co. 1.30;
	deliverance, simply, the idea of a ransom being excluded,
	Lu. 21.28. He. 11.35. N.T.
Ἀπολύω, (ἀπό & λύω)
    f. ύσω,
    pr. to loose; to release from any tie or burden; hence, to give
	liberty, riddance, forgiveness; to divorce; 20to allow to depart;
	to permit, or, signal a departure from life, Lu. 2.29;
	mid. to depart. (ῡ).
Ἀπομάσσω, (ἀπό & μάσσω, to wipe)
    f. ξω,
    to wipe off; mid. to wipe off one's self, Lu. 10.11.
Ἀπονέμω, (ἀπό & νέμω, to allot)
    f. νεμῶ,
    to portion off; to assign, bestow, 1 Pe. 3.7.
Ἀπονίπτω, (ἀπό & νίπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to cleanse a part of the body by washing; mid. of one's
	self, Mat. 27.24.
Ἀποπίπτω, (ἀπό & πίπτω)
    f. πεσοῦμαι, a.2. ἀπέπεσον,
    to fall off, or from, Ac. 9.18.
Ἀποπλανάω, ῶ, (ἀπό & πλανάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to cause to wander; met. to deceive, pervert, seduce, seduce,
	Mar. 13.22; pass. to wander; met. to swerve from, apostatise,
	1 Ti. 6.10.
Ἀποπλέω, (ἀπό & πλέω)
    f. πλεύσομαι, a.1. ἀπέπλευσα,
    to depart by ship, sail away, Ac. 13.4; 14.26; 20.15; 27.1.
Ἀποπλύνω, (ἀπό & πλύνω)
    f. υνῶ,
    to wash, rinse, Lu. 5.2. (ῡ).
Ἀποπνίγω, (ἀπό & πνίγω)
    f. ξω, a.2. pass. ἀπεπνίγην,
    to choke, suffocate, Mat. 13.7. Lu. 8.33; to drown, Lu. 8.7. (ῑ).
Ἀπορέω, ῶ, (ἀ & πόρος, a way)
    f. ήσω, & ἀπορέομαι,
    pr. to be without means; met. to hesitate, be at a stand, be in
	doubt and perplexity, Jno. 13.22. Ac. 25.20. 2 Co. 4.8. Gal. 4.20:
	whence
Ἀπορία, ας, ἡ
    doubt, uncertainty, perplexity, Lu. 21.25.
Ἀποῤῥίπτω, (ἀπό & ῥίπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to throw off, Ac. 27.43.
Ἀπορφανίζω, (ἀπό & ὄρφανος)
    f. ίσω,
    to deprive, dereave, 1 Thes. 2.17.
Ἀποσκευάζομαι, (ἀπό & σκευάζω to pack up articles, σκεύη, for removal)
    f. άσομαι,
    to prepare for a journey, take one's departure, Ac. 21.15.
Ἀποσκίασμα, ατος, τό, (ἀπό & σκίαζο, to throw a shadow, fr. σκιά)
    a shadow cast; met. the slightest trace, Ja. 1.17. L.G.
Ἀποσπάω, ῶ, (ἀπό & σπάω)
    f. άσω,
    to draw away from, to draw out or forth, Mat. 26.51; to draw away,
	seduce, Ac. 20.30. mid. a.1. ἀπεσπάσθην, to separate one's self,
	to retire, part, Lu. 22.41. Ac. 21.1. (ᾰ)
Ἀποστασία, ας, ἡ (ἀφίστημι)
    a defection, apostasy; Ac. 21.21. 2 Thes. 2.3. L.G.
Ἀποστάσιον, ίου, τό, (fr. same)
    defection, desertion, as of a freedman from a patron; in N.T.,
	the act of putting away a wife, repudiation, divorce, Mat. 19.7.
	Mar. 10.4, meton. a bill of repudiation, deed of divorce,
	Mat. 5.31.
Ἀποστεγάζω, (ἀπό & στέγη)
    f. άσω,
    to remove or break through a covering or roof of a place,
	Mar. 2.4.
Ἀποστέλλω, (ἀπό & στέλλω)
    f. στελλῶ, a.1. ἀπέστειλα, p. ἀπέσταλκα, p. pass. ἀπέσταλμαι,
	a.2. pass. ἀπεστάλην,
    to send forth a messenger, agent, message, or command; to issue,
	publish; put forth into action, Mar. 4.29; to despatch; to liberate,
	dismiss, send away.
Ἀποστερέω, ῶ, (ἀπό & στερέω, to deprive)
    f. ήσω, p. pass. ἀπεστέρημαι,
    to deprive, detach; to debar, 1 Co. 7.5; to deprive in a bod sense,
	defraud, Mar. 10.19. 1 Co. 6.7. mid. to suffer one's self to be
	deprived or defrauded, 1 Co. 6.8; pass. to be destitute or devoid
	of, 1 Ti. 6.5; to be unjustly withheld, Ja. 5.4.
Ἀποστολή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἀποστέλλω)
    a sending, expedition; office or duty of one sent as a messenger
	or agent; office of an apostle, apostleship, Ac. 1.25. Ro. 1.5.
	1 Co. 9.2. Gal. 2.8.
Ἀπόστολος, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    one sent as a messenger or agent, the bearer of a commission,
	messenger; an apostle.
Ἀποστοματίζω, (ἀπό & στόμα)
    f. ίσω,
    pr. to speak or repeat off hand; also, to require or lead others
	to speak without premeditation, as by questions calculated to
	elicit unpremeditated answer, to endeavour to entrap into unguarded
	language, Lu. 11.53.
Ἀποστρέφω, (ἀπό & στρέφω)
    f. ψω,
    to turn away; to remove, Ac. 3.26. Ro. 11.26. 2 Ti. 4.4; to turn a
	people from their allegiance to their sovereign, pervert, incite
	to revolt, Lu. 23.14; to replace, restore, Mat. 26.52; 27.3;
	mid. a.2. ἀπεστράφην, 21to turn away from any one, to slight,
	reject, repulse, Mat. 5.42. Tit. 1.14. Heb. 12.25; to desert,
	2 Ti. 1.15.
Ἀποστῠγέω, ῶ, (ἀπό & στυγέω, to hate)
    f. ήσω,
    to shrink from with abhorrence, detest, Ro. 12.9.
Ἀποσυνάγωγος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀπό & συναγωγή)
    expelled or excluded from the synagogue, excommunicated, cut off
	from the rights and privileges of a Jew, and excluded from society,
	Jno. 9.22; 12.42; 16.2. N.T.
Ἀποτάσσομαι, (ἀποτάσσω, to set apart, fr. ἀπό & τάσσω)
    f. ξομαι,
    to take leave of, bid farewell to, Lu. 9.61. Ac. 18.18, 21.
	2 Co. 2.13; to dismiss, send away, Mar. 6.46; to renounce,
	forsake, Lu. 14.33.
Ἀποτελέω, ῶ, (ἀπό & τελέω)
    f. έσω, a.1. pass ἀπετελέσθην,
    to complete; pass. to be perfected, to arrive at full stature or
	measure, Ja. 1.15.
Ἀποτίθημι, (ἀπό & τίθημι)
    f. θήσω, & mid. ἀποτίθεμαι, a.2. ἀπεθέμην,
    to lay off, lay down or aside, as garments, Ac. 7.58; met. to lay
	aside, put off, renounce, Ro. 13.12. Ep. 4.22, 25. Col. 3.8, et al.
Ἀποτινάσσω, (ἀπό & τινάσσω, to shake)
    f. ξω,
    to shake off, Lu. 9.5. Ac. 28.5.
Ἀποτίνω, (ἀπό & τίνω)
    f. ίσω,
    to pay off what is claimed or due; to repay, refund, make good,
	Phile. 19.
Ἀποτολμάω, ῶ, (ἀπό & τολμάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to dare or risk outright; to speak without reserve or restraint,
	Ro. 10.20.
Ἀποτομία, ας, ἡ, (ἀπότομος, cut off, shear, fr. ἀποτέμνω, to cut off,
	fr. ἀπό & τέμνω)
    pr. abruptness; met. unmitigated severity, rigour, Ro. 11.22. L.G.
Ἀποτόμως,
    adv. sharply, severely, 2 Co. 13.10. Tit. 1.13.
Ἀποτρέπω, (ἀπό & τρέπω)
    f. ψω,
    to turn any one away from a thing; mid. to turn one's self away
	from any one; to avoid, shun, 2 Ti. 3.5.
Ἀπουσία, ας, ἡ, (ἄπειμι)
    absence, Phi. 2.12.
Ἀποφέρω, (ἀπό & φέρω)
    f. ἀποίσω, a.1. ήνεγκα, a.2. ήνεγκον, a.1. pass. ηνέχθην,
    to bear or carry away, conduct away, Mar. 15.1. Lu. 16.22.
	1 Co. 16.3. Re. 17.3; 21.10.
Ἀποφεύγω, (ἀπό & φεύγω)
    f. ξομαι, a.2. ἀπέφυγον,
    to flee from, escape; met. to renounce, be free from.
	2 Pe. 1.4; 2.18, 20.
Ἀποφθέγγομαι, (ἀπό & φθέγγομαι)
    f. έγξομαι,
    to speak out, declare, particularly solemn, weighty, or pithy
	sayings, Ac. 2.4, 14; 26.25. L.G.
Ἀποφορτίζομαι, (ἀπό & φόρτος)
    f. ίσομαι,
    to unlade, Ac. 21.3. L.G.
Ἀπόχρησις, εως, ἡ, (ἀποχράομαι, to use up, consume by use)
    a using, or a discharge of an intended use, Col. 2.22. L.G.
Ἀποχωρέω, ῳ (ἀπό & χωρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to go from or away, depart, Mat. 7.23. Lu. 9.39. Ac. 13.13.
Ἀποχωρίζω, (ἀπό & χωρίζω)
    f. ίσω, a.1. pass. ἀπεχωρίσθην,
    to separate; pass. to be swept aside, Re. 6.14; to part, Ac. 15.39.
Ἀποψύχω, (ἀπό & ψύχω)
    f. ξω,
    pr. to breathe out, faint away, die; met. to faint at heart, be
	dismayed, Lu. 21.26. (ῡ).
Ἀπρόσῐτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & προσιτός, accessible,
	fr. πρόσειμι, to approach)
    unapproached, unapproachable, 1 Ti. 6.16. L.G.
Ἀπρόσκοπος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & προσκοπή)
    act. not causing to stumble; met. not causing others to stumble
	in the path of duty, 1 Co. 10.32; pass. not stumbling, advancing
	without stumbling; met. not obnoxious to moral exception, unblameble,
	clear, Ac. 24.16. Phi. 1.10. N.T.
Ἀπροσωπολήπτως, (ἀ & προσωποληπτέω)
    adv. without respect of persons, impartially, 1 Pe. 1.17. N.T.
Ἄπταιστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & πταίω)
    free from stumbling; met. free from offence and sin; irreprehensible,
	Jude 24.
Ἅπτω,
    f. ψω,
    pr. to bring in contact, fit, fasten; to light, kindle;
	mid. ἅπτομαι, f. ψομαι, a.1. ἡψάμην, to touch; to partake,
	Col. 2.21; to have intercourse with; to know carnally, 1 Co. 7.1;
	by impl. to harm, 1 Jno. 5.18.
Ἀπωθέω, ῶ, (ἀπό & ὠθέω, to thrust)
    f. ωθήσω & ώσω, & mid. ἀπωθέομαι, οῦμαι, a.1. ἀπωσάμην,
    to thrust away, repel from one's self, repulse, Ac. 7.27; to refuse,
	reject, cast off, Ac. 7.39; 13.46. Ro. 11.1, 2. 1 Ti. 1.19.
Ἀπώλεια, ας, ἡ, (ἀπόλλυμι)
    consumption, destruction; waste, profusion, Mat. 26.8. Mar. 14.4;
	destruction, state of being destroyed, Ac. 25.16; perdition, misery,
	eternal ruin, Mat. 7.13. Ac. 8.20, et al.
Ἄρα
    This particle denotes, first, transition from one thing to another
	by natural sequence; secondly, logical inference; in which case the
	premises are either expressed, Mat. 12.28, or to be variously
	supplied. Therefore, then, consequently; should it so result.
	Ac. 17.27.
Ἆρα,
    a stronger form of the preceding, used in interrogations.
Ἀρά, ας, ἡ,
    pr. a prayer; more commonly a prayer for evil; curse, cursing,
	imprecation, Ro. 3.14.
Ἀργέω, ῶ
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to be unemployed; to be inoperative, linger, 2 Pe. 2.3:
	from
Ἀργός, ή, όν, (ἀ & ἔργον) contr. fr. ἀεργός,
    pr. inactive, unemployed, Mat. 20.3, 6; idle, averse from labour,
	1 Ti. 5.13. Tit. 1.12; met. 2 Pe. 1.8; unprofitable, hollow, or
	by impl. injurious, Mat. 12.36.
Ἀργύρεος, έα, εον, contr. οῦς, ᾶ, οῦν, (ἄργυρος)
    made of silver, Ac. 19.24. 2 Ti. 2.20. Re. 9.20.
Ἀργύριον, ίου, τό, (fr. same)
    silver; meton. money; spc. a piece of silver money, a shekel.
Ἀργυροκόπος, ου, ὁ, (same & κόπτω)
    a forger of silver, silversmith, Ac. 19.24. L.G.
Ἄργῠρος, ου, ὁ,
    silver; meton. any thing made of silver; money.
Ἄρειοπαγίτης,
    a judge of the court of Areopagus. (ῑ).
Ἄρειος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (Ἄρης, Mars)
    of or belonging to Mars, Ac. 17.19, 22.
Ἀρεσκεία, ας, ἡ
    a pleasing, desire of pleasing, Col. 1.10:
	from
Ἀρέσκω,
    f. ἀρέσω, imperf. ἤρεσκον, a.1. ἤρεσα,
    to please; to be pleasing, acceptable; to consult the pleasure of:
	whence
Ἀρεστός, ή, όν,
    pleasing, acceptable, 1 Jno. 3.22; Jno. 8.29; Ac. 12.3; deemed
	proper, Ac. 6.2.
Ἀρετή, ῆς, ἡ,
    goodness, good quality of any kind; gracious dealing of God,
	1 Pe. 2.9; 2 Pe. 1.3; virtue, uprightness, Phi. 4.8. 2 Pe. 1.5.
Ἀριθμέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἠρίθμησα, p. pass. ἠρίθμημαι,
    to number, Mat. 10.30. Lu. 12.7. Re. 7.9:
	from
Ἀριθμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a number, Lu. 22.3. Jno. 6.10. Ac. 4.4. Re. 20.8; 13.18.
Ἀριστάω, ῶ (ἄριστον)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἠρίστησα,
    to take the first meal, breakfast, Jno. 21.12, 15; also,
	to take a midday meal, Lu. 11.37.
Ἀριστερός, ά, όν,
    the left; ἀριστερά, sc. χείρ, the left hand, Mat. 6.3; so
	ἐξ ἀριστερῶν sc. μερῶν, Lu. 23.33. 2 Co. 6.7.
Ἄριστον, ου, τό,
    pr. the first meal, breakfast; afterwards extended to signify
	also a slight midday meal, luncheon, Mat. 22.4.
Ἀρκετός, ή, όν,
    sufficient, enough, Mat. 6.34; 10.25; 1 Pe. 4.3:
	from
Ἀρκέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἤρκεσα,
    pr. to ward off; thence, to be of service, avail; to suffice,
	be enough; pass. to be contented, satisfied, Lu. 3.14. 1 Ti. 6.8.
	He. 13.5. 3 Jno. 10.
Ἄρκος,
    v.r. for the following.
Ἄρκτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    a bear, Re. 13.2.
Ἅρμα, ατος, τό,
    a chariot, vehicle, Ac. 8.28, 29, 38.
Ἁρμόζω,
    f. όσω,
    to fit together; mid. ἁρμόζομαι, a.1. ἡρμοσάμην, to join, unite,
	in marriage, espouse, betroth, 2 Co. 11.2.
Ἁρμος, οῦ, ὁ,
    a joint or articulation of the bones, He. 4.12.
Ἀρνέομαι, οῦμαι,
    f. ήσομαι, p. ἤρνημαι, a.1. ἠρνησάμην,
    to deny, contradict, affirm not to be; by impl. to reject, renounce,
	disown; to be unwilling, refuse, He. 11.24.
Ἀρνίον, ου, τό,
    a young lamb, lambkin, lamb, Jno. 21.15. Re. 5.6, 8.
Ἀρνός,
    a gen. without a nom. in use, its place being supplied by ἀμνός,
	a lamb.
Ἀροτριάω, ῶ,
    f. άσω,
    to plough, Lu. 17.7. 1 Co. 9.10:
	from
Ἄροτρον, ου, τό (ἀρόω, to plough)
    a plaugh, Lu. 9.62.
Ἁρπᾰγν, ῆς, ἡ (ἁρπάζω)
    plunder, pillage, rapine; the act of plundering, He. 10.34; prey,
	spoil, or, rapacity, Mat. 23.25. Lu. 11.39.
Ἁρπαγμός, οῦ, ὁ
    rapine, robbery, thing plundered; met. & meton. what is retained
	with an eager grasp, or eagerly claimed and conspicuously exercised,
	Phi. 2.6:
	from
Ἁρπάζω,
    f. άσω & ξω, a.1. ἥρπασα, a.1. pass. ἡρπάσθην, a.2. pass. ἡρπάγην,
    to seize, as a wild beast, Jno. 10.12; take away by force, snatch
	away, Mat. 13.19. Jno. 10.28, 29. Ac. 23.10. Jude 23;
	met. to seize on with avidity, claim, vindicate one's right,
	Mat. 11.12; to convey away suddenly, transport hastily,
	Jno. 6.15, et al.
Ἅρπαξ, ᾰγος, ὁ, ἡ, τό,
    pr. ravenous, ravening, as a wild beast, Mat. 7.15;
	met. rapacious, given to extortion and robbery, an extortioner,
	Lu. 18.11. 1 Co. 5.10, 11; 6.10.
Ἀῤῥᾰβών, ῶνος, ὁ, (Hebrew, ערבון)
    a pledge, earnest, 2 Co. 1.22; 5.5. Ep. 1.14.
Ἄῤῥᾰφος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ῥάπτω, to sew)
    not sewed, without seam, Jno. 19.23. N.T.
Ἅῤῥην, ἄῤῥεν, ενος, ὁ, τό,
    male, of the male sex, Ro. 1.27. Re. 12.5, 13.
Ἄῤῥητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & ῥητός)
    pr. not spoken; what ought not to be spoken, secret; which
	cannot be spoken or uttered, ineffable, 2 Co. 12.4.
Ἄῤῥωστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ῥώννυμι)
    infirm, sick, an invalid, Mat. 14.14. Mar. 6.5, 13; 16.18.
	1 Co. 11.30.
Ἀρσενοκοίτης, ου, ὁ, (ἄρσην & κοίτη)
    one who lies with a male, a sodomite, 1 Co. 6.9. 1 Ti. 1.10. L.G.
Ἄρσην, ἄρσεν, ενος, ὁ, τό,
    male, of the male sex, Mat. 19.4. Mar. 10.6. Lu. 2.23. Ro. 1.27.
	Gal. 3.28.
Ἄρτεμις, ιδος, ἡ,
    Artemis or Diana, Ac. 19.24, 27, 28, 34.
Ἀρτέμων, ονος, ὁ, (ἀρτάω, to suspend)
    a topsail, artemon, supparum; or, according to others, the dolon
	of Pliny and Pollux, a small sail near the prow of the ship,
	which was hoisted when the wind was too strong to use larger
	sails, Ac. 27.40. N.T.
Ἄρτι
    adv. of time, pr. at the present moment, close upon at either
	before or after; now, at the present juncture, Mat. 3.15;
	forthwith, presently, just now, recently, already,
	1 Thes. 3.6; ἕως ἄρτι, until now, hitherto, Mat. 11.12.
	Jno. 2.10, et al.; ἀπ' ἄρτι, v. ἀπάρτι, from this time,
	henceforth, Mat. 23.39. et al.
Ἀρτιγέννητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἄρτι & γεννάω)
    just born, new-born, 1 Pe. 2.2. L.G.
Ἄρτιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἄρω, to fit, adapt)
    complete, perfect, 2 Ti. 3.17.
Ἄρτος, ου, ὁ,
    bread; a loaf or thin cake of bread, Mat. 26.26, et al.;
	food, Mat. 15.2. Mar. 3.20, et al.; support, maintenance,
	living, necessaries of life, Mat. 6.11. Lu. 11.3. 2 Thes. 3.8.
Ἀρτύω, v. ἀρτύνω, (ἄρω, to fit)
    f. ύσω, f. pass. ἀρτυθήσομαι, p. pass. ἤρτυμαι,
    pr. to fit, prepare; to season, make savoury, Mar. 9.50.
	Lu. 14.34. Col. 4.6.
Ἀρχάγγελος, ου, ὁ, (ἀρχι- & ἄγγελος)
    an archangel, chief angel, 1 Thes. 4.16. Jude 9. N.T.
Ἀρχαῖος, αία, αῖον,
    old, ancient, of a former age, Mat. 5.21, 27, 33, et al.:
	from
Ἀρχή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a beginning; in respect of time, beginning of things;
	commencement of the gospel dispensation; of place, first
	place or precedence in rank or power, sovereignty; one
	invested with authority, a magistrate, potentate, prince;
	an extremity, corner, Ac. 10.11. Τὴν ἀρχήν, used adverbially,
	wholly, altogether, Jno. 8.25.
Ἀρχηγός, ου, ὁ, (ἀρχή & ἄγω)
    a chief, leader, prince, sovereign, Ac. 5.31; author,
	efficient cause, Ac. 3.15. He. 2.10; 12.2.
Ἀρχιερατικός, ή, όν,
    pontifical, belonging to, or connected with the high priest
	or his office, Ac. 4.6: (N.T.)
	from
Ἀρχιερεύς, έως, ὁ, (ἀρχι- & ἱερεύς)
    a high priest, chief priest.
Ἀρχιποίμην, ενος, ὁ, (ἀρχι- & ποιμήν)
    chief shepherd, 1 Pe. 5.4 N.T.
Ἀρχισυναγώγος, ου, ὁ, (ἀρχι- & συναγωγή)
    a president or moderating elder of a synagogue,
	Mar. 5.22, 35, 36, 38. Lu. 8.49, et al. N.T.
Ἀρχιτέκτων, ονος, ὁ, (ἀρχι- & τέκτων)
    architech, head or masterbuilder, 1 Co. 3.10
Ἀρχιτελώνης, ου, ὁ, (ἀρχι- & τελώνης)
    a chief publican, chief collector of the customs or taxes,
	Lu. 19.2. N.T.
Ἀρχιτρίκλῑνος, ου, ὁ, (ἀρχι- & τρίκλινος, triclinium, a dining-room
	in which three couches were placed round the table, &c.)
    director of a feast, Jno. 2.8, 9. N.T.
Ἄρχω,
    f. ξω,
    pr. to be first; to reign, govern; mid. to begin; to attempt;
	to take commencement.
Ἄρχων, οντος, ὁ,
    one invested with power and dignity, chief, ruler, prince,
	magistrate, Mat. 9.23; 20.25, et al. freq.
Ἄρωμα, ατος, τό,
    any aromatic substance, spice, &c. Mar. 16.1. Lu. 23.56; 24.1.
	Jno. 19.40.
Ἀσάλευτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & σαλεύω)
    unshaken, immoveable, Ac. 27.41; met. firm, stable, enduring,
	He. 12.28.
Ἄσβεστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & σβέννυμι)
    unquenched; inextinguishable; unquenchable, Mat. 3.12.
	Mar. 9.43, 45. Lu. 3.17.
Ἀσέβεια, ας, ἡ, (ἀσεβής)
    impiety, ungodliness; improbity, wickedness, Ro. 1.18; 11.26.
	2 Ti. 2.16. Tit. 2.12. Jude 15, 18.
Ἀσεβέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. ἠσέβηκα, a.1. ἠσέβησα,
    to be impious, to act impiously or wickedly, live an impious
	life, 2 Pe. 2.6. Jude 15:
	from
Ἀσεβής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές, (ἀ & σέβομαι)
    impious, ungodly; wicked, sinful, Ro. 4.5; 5.6, et al.
Ἀσέλγεια, ας, ἡ, (ἀσέλγης, outrageous)
    intemperance, licentiousness, lasciviousness, Ro. 13.13, et al.;
	insolence, outrageous behaviour, Mar. 7.22.
Ἀσήμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & σῆμα)
    pr. not marked; met. not noted, not remarkable, unknown to fame,
	ignoble, mean, inconsiderable, Ac. 21.39.
Ἀσθένεια, ας, ἡ, (ἀσθενής)
    want of strength, weakness, feebleness, 1 Co. 15.43; bodily
	infirmity, state of ill health, sickness, Mat. 8.17.
	Lu. 5.15, et al.; met. infirmity, frailty, imperfection,
	intellectual or moral, Ro. 6.19. 1 Co. 2.3. He. 5.2; 7.28;
	by impl. suffering, affliction, distress, calamity,
	Ro. 8.26, et al.
Ἀσθενέω, ῶ, (fr. same)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἠσθένησα,
    to be weak, infirm, deficient in strength; to be inefficient,
	Ro. 8.3. 2 Co. 13.3; to be sick, Mat. 25.36, et al.; met. to be
	weak in faith, to doubt, hesitate, be unsettled, timid,
	Ro. 14.1. 1 Co. 8.9, 11, 12. 2 Co. 11.29; to be deficient in
	authroity, dignity, or power, be comtemptible, 2 Co. 11.21;
	13.3, 9; by impl. to be afflicted, distressed, needy,
	Ac. 20.35. 2 Co. 12.10; 13.4, 9:
	whence
Ἀσθένημα, ατος, τό,
    pr. weakness, infirmity; met. doubt, scruple, hesitation,
	Ro. 15.1. N.T.
Ἀσθενής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές, (ἀ & σθένος, strength)
    without strength, weak, infirm, Mat. 26.41. Mar. 14.38.
	1 Pe. 3.7; helpless, Ro. 5.6; imperfect, inefficient, Gal. 4.9;
	feeble, without energy, 2 Co. 10.10; infirm in body, sick,
	sickly, Mat. 25.39, 43, 44, et al.; weak, mentally or spiritually,
	dubious, hesitating, 1 Co. 8.7, 10; 9.22. 1 Thes. 5.14;
	by impl. afflicted, distressed, oppressed with calamities,
	1 Co. 4.10.
Ἀσιανός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, (Ἀσία)
    belonging to the Roman province of Asia, Ac. 20.4.
Ἀσιάρχης, ου, ὁ, (Ἀσία & ἀρχή)
    an Asiarch, an officer in the province of Asia, as in other
	eastern provinces of the Roman empire, selected, with others,
	from the more opulent citizens, to preside over the things
	pertaining to religious worship, and to exhibit annual public
	games at their own expense in honour of the gods, in the manner
	of the ædiles at Rome, Ac. 19.31. L.G.
Ἀσιτία, ας, ἡ,
    abstinence from food, fasting, Ac. 27.21:
	from
Ἄσῑτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & σῖτος)
    abstaining from food, fasting, Ac. 27.33.
Ἀσκέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to exercise or exert one's self, endeavour, Ac. 24.16.
Ἀσκός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a leathern bag or bottle, bottle of skin, Mat. 9.17.
	Mar. 2.22. Lu. 5.37, 38.
Ἀσμένως,
    adv. gladly, joyfully, Ac. 2.41; 21.17.
Ἄσοφος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & σοφός)
    unwise; destitute of Christian wisdom, Ep. 5.15.
Ἀσπάζομαι,
    f. σομαι, a.1. ἠσπασάμην, p. ἤσπασμαι,
    to salute, greet, welcome, express one's good wishes, pay one's
	respects, Mat. 10.12. Mar. 9.15, et al. freq.; to bid farewell,
	Ac. 20.1; 21.6; to treat with affection, Mat. 5.47;
	met. to embrace mentally, welcome to the heart or understanding,
	He. 11.13:
	whence
Ἀσπασμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    salutation, greeting, Mat. 23.7. Mar. 12.38, et al.
Ἄσπῐλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & σπίλος)
    spotless, unblemished, pure, 1 Ti. 6.14. Ja. 1.27. 1 Pe. 1.19.
	2 Pe. 3.14. L.G.
Ἀσπίς, ίδος, ἡ,
    an asp, a species of serpent of the most deadly venom, Ro. 3.13.
Ἄσπονδος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & σπονδή, a libation usually conjoined with
	the making of a treaty)
    pr. unwilling to make a tready; hence, implacable, irreconcilable,
	Ro. 1.31. 2 Ti. 3.3.
Ἀσσάριον, ίου, τό,
    dimin. of the Latin as a Roman brass coin of the value of
	one-tenth of a denarious or δραχμή, and equal to 3 and one-tenth
	farthings of our money, used to convey the idea of a very
	trifling sum, Mat. 10.29. Lu. 12.6. N.T.
Ἆσσον,
    adv. nearer; very nigh, close, Ac. 27.13; used as the comp. of ἄγχι.
Ἀστατέω, ῶ, (ἄστατος, unfixed, unstable, fr. ἀ & ἵστημι)
    to be unsettled, have no fixed residence, wander about without
	a home, 1 Co. 4.11. L.G.
Ἀστεῖος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἄστυ, a city)
    pr. belonging to a city; well-bred, polite, polished; hence,
	elegant, fair, comely, beautiful, Ac. 7.20. He. 11.23.
Ἀστήρ, έρος, ὁ,
    a star, liminous body like a star, liminary, Mat. 2.3, 7, 9, 10.
	Re. 1.16, et al.
Ἀστήρικτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & στηρίζω)
    not made firm; unsettled, unstable, unsteady, 2 Pe. 2.14; 3.16. L.G.
Ἄστοργος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & στοργή, natural or instinctive affection)
    devoid of natural or instinctive affection, without affection
	to kindred, Ro. 1.31. 2 Ti. 3.3.
Ἀστοχέω, ῶ, (ἀ & στόχος, a mark)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἠστόχησα,
    pr. to miss the mark; met. to err, deviate, swerve from,
	1 Ti. 1.6, 21. 2 Ti. 2.18. L.G.
Ἀστρᾰπή, ῆς, ἡ,
    lightning, Mat. 24.27; by impl. light, brightness, lustre, Lu. 11.36:
	whence
Ἀστράπτω,
    f. ψω,
    to lighten, flash as lightning, Lu. 17.24; to be bright, shining,
	Lu. 24.4.
Ἄστρον, ου, τό,
    a constellation; a star, Lu. 21.25. Ac. 7.43; 27.20. He. 11.12.
Ἀσύμφωνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & σύμφωνος)
    discordant in sound; disagreeing, of a different opinion, Ac. 28.25.
Ἀσύνετος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & συνετός, fr. συνίημι)
    without understanding, dull of apprehension, stupid, Mat. 15.16.
	Mar. 7.18. Ro. 1.21; foolish, wicked, ungodly, corrupt,
	Ro. 1.31; 10.19.
Ἀσυνθετος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & συντίθεμαι, to make a covenant)
    a violator of covenants, covenant breaker, perfidious, Ro. 1.31.
Ἀσφάλεια, ας, ἡ,
    pr. state of one who is secure from falling, firmness; safety,
	security, 1 Thes. 5.3; certainty, truth, Lu. 1.4; diligence,
	carefulness, vigilance, Ac. 5.23:
	from
Ἀσφᾰλής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές, (ἀ & σφάλλομαι, to stumble, fall)
    pr. firm, secure from falling; firm, sure, steady, immoveable,
	He. 6.19; met. certain, sure, Ac. 21.34; 22.30; 25.26; affording
	means of security, making secure, Phi. 3.1:
	whence
Ἀσφαλίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to make fast, safe, or secure, Mat. 27.64--66. Ac. 16.24. L.G.
Ἀσφαλῶς,
    adv. securely, safely; with care and diligence, Mar. 14.44.
	Ac. 16.23; certainly, assuredly, Ac. 2.36.
Ἀσχημονέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to be ἀσχήμων, indecorous, to behave in an unbecoming manner,
	or indecorously, 1 Co. 13.5; to behave in a manner open to censure,
	1 Co. 7.36.
Ἀσχημοσύνη, ης, ἡ
    pr. external indecorum; nakedness, shame, pudenda, Re. 16.15;
	indecency, infamous lust or lewdness, Ro. 1.27:
	from
Ἀσχήμων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & σχήμα)
    indecorous, uncomely, indecent, 1 Co. 12.23.
Ἀσωτία, ας, ἡ, (pr. the disposition and life of one who is ἀσωτος,
	abandoned, recklessly debauched)
    profligacy, dissoluteness, debauchery, Ep. 5.18. Tit. 1.6.
	1 Pe. 4.4.
Ἀσώτως,
    adv. dissolutely, profligately, Lu. 15.13.
Ἀτακτέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to desert one's ranks; met. to neglect one's duties,
	behave disorderly, 2 Thes. 3.7:
	from
Ἄτακτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & τάσσω)
    pr. spoken of soldiers who desert their ranks; met. neglectful
	of duties, disorderly, 1 Thes. 5.14.
Ἀτάκτως,
    adv. disorderly, 2 Thes. 3.6, 11.
Ἄτεκνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & τέκνον)
    childless, Lu. 20.28, 29, 30.
Ἀτενίζω, (ἀτενής, intent)
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἠτένισα,
    to fix one's eyes upon, to look steadily, gaze intently,
	Lu. 4.20, et al.
Ἄτερ,
    without, Lu. 22.6, 35.
Ἀτῑμάζω, (ἄτιμος)
    f. άσω, a.1. ἠτίμασα, a.1. pass. ἠτιμάσθην,
    to dishonour, treat with contumely or indignity,
	Lu. 20.11. Jno. 8.49, et al.
Ἀτῑμία, ας, ἡ
    dishonour, infamy, Ro. 1.26; indecorum, 1 Co. 11.14;
	inaneness, vileness, Ro. 9.21. 1 Co. 15.43. 2 Ti. 2.20:
	from
Ἄτῑμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & τιμή)
    unhonoured, without honour, exposed to contumelious
	treatment, Mat. 13.57. Mar. 6.4. 1 Co. 4.10; 12.23.
Ἀτῑμόω, ῶ,
    p. pass. ἠτίμωμαι,
    to dishonour, treat with contumely, Mar. 12.4.
Ἀτμίς, ίδος, ἡ,
    an exhalation, vapour, smoke, Ac. 2.19. Ja. 4.14.
Ἄτομος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & τέμνω)
    indivisible, and by impl. exceedingly minute: ἐν ἀτόμῳ
	sc. χρόνῳ, in an indivisible point of time, in an instant
	or moment, 1 Co. 15.52.
Ἄτοπος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & τόπος)
    pr. out of place; inopportune, unsuitable, absurd; new,
	unusual, strange, in N.T., improper, amiss, wicked.
	Lu. 23.41. 2 Thes. 3.2; noxious, harmful, Ac. 28.6.
Αὐγάζω,
    f. άσω,
    to shine upon, illuminate, irradiate, 2 Co. 4.4:
	from
Αὐγή, ῆς, ἡ,
    radiance; day-break, Ac. 20.11.
Αὐθάδης, εος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (αὐτός & ἥδομαι)
    one who pleases himself, wilful, obstinate; arrogant,
	imperious, Ti. 1.7. 2 Pe. 2.10. (ᾱ).
Αὐθαίρετος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (αὐτός & αἱρέομαι)
    pr. one who chooses his own course of action; acting
	spontaneously, of one's own accord, 2 Co. 8.3, 17.
Αὐθεντέω, ῶ, (to be αἰθέντης, one acting by his own authority
	or power, contr. fr. αὐτοέντης, one who executes with
	his own hand)
    f. ήσω,
    to have authority over, domineer, 1 Ti. 2.12. N.T.
Αὐλέω, ῶ, (αὐλός)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ηὔλησα,
    to play on a pipe or flute pipe, Mat. 11.17.
	Lu. 7.32. 1 Co. 14.7.
Αὐλή, ῆς, ἡ,
    pr. an unroofed enclosure; court-yard; sheepfold,
	Jno. 10.1, 16; an exterior court, i.q. προαύλιον,
	i.e. an enclosed place between the door and the
	street, Re. 11.2; an interior court, quadrangle,
	i.e. the open court in the middle of oriental houses,
	which are commonly built in the form of a square
	enclosing this court, Mat. 26.58, 69, et al.; by synecd.
	a house, mansion, palace, Mat. 26.3. Lu. 11.21.
Αὐλητής, οῦ, ὁ, (αὐλέω)
    a player on a pipe or flute, Mat. 9.23. Re. 18.22.
Αὐλίζομαι, (αὐλή)
    f. ίσομαι, a.1. ηὐλίσθην,
    pr. to pass the time in a court-yard; to lodge, bivouac;
	hence, to pass the night in any place, to lodge at night,
	pass or remain through the night, Mat. 21.17. Lu. 21.37.
Αὐλός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a pipe or flute, 1 Co. 14.7.
Αὐξάνω, υ, αὔξω,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ηὔξησα, a.1. pass. ηὐξήθην,
    trans. to cause to grow or increase; pass. to be increased,
	enlarged, Mat. 13.32. 1 Co. 3.6, 7, et al.; intrans. to
	increase, grow, Mat. 6.28. Mar. 4.8, et al.:
	whence
Αὔξησις, εως, ἡ
    increase, growth, Ep. 4.16. Col. 2.19.
Αὔριον,
    adv. to-morrow, Mat. 6.30, et al.; ἡ αὔριον sc. ἡμέρα,
	the morrow, the next day, Mat. 6.34, et al.
Αὐστηρός, ά, όν
    pr. harsh, sour in flavour; met. harsh, rigid, ungenerous,
	Lu. 19.21, 22.
Αὐτάρκεια, ας, ἡ,
    a competence of the necesssaries of life, 2 Co. 9.8;
	a frame of mind viewing one's lot as sufficient,
	contentedness, 1 Ti. 6.6:
	from
Αὐτάρκης, εος, ους, ὁ, ἡ, (αὐτός & ἀρκέω)
    pr. sufficient or adequate in one's self; contented
	with one's lot, Phi. 4.11.
Αὐτοκατάκρῐτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (αὐτός & κατακρίνω)
    self-condemned, Tit. 3.11. N.T.
Αὐτόμᾰτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (αὐτός & μέμαα, to be excited)
    self-excited, acting spontaneously, spontaneous, of
	his own accord, Mar. 4.8. Ac. 12.10.
Αὐτόπτης, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (αὐτός & ὄψομαι)
    an eye-witness, Lu. 1.2.
Αὐτός, ή, ό,
    a reflexive pron., self, very; alone, Mar. 6.31.
	2 Co. 12.13; of one's self, of one's own motion,
	Jno. 16.27; used also in the oblique cases
	independently as a personal pron. of the third
	person; ὁ αὐτός, the same; unchangeable, He. 1.12;
	κατὰ τὸ αὐτό, at the same time, together, Ac. 14.1;
	ἐπὶ τὸ αὐτό, in one and the same place, Mat. 22.34;
	at the same time, together, Ac. 3.1. But for a full
	account of the uses of αὐτός, see the Grammars.
Αὑτοῦ, ῆς, οῦ,
    recip. pron. contr. fr. ἑαυτοῦ, ῆς, οῦ, himself,
	herself, itself, Mat. 1.21, et al. freq.; for
	σεαυτοῦ, ῆς, οῦ, thyself, Mat. 23.37.
Αὐτοῦ,
    adv. of place. pr. in the very place; here, there,
	in this, or that place, Mat. 26.36. Ac. 15.34; 18.19;
	21.4.
Αὐτόχειρ, ρος, ὁ, ἡ, (αὐτός & χείρ)
    acting or doing any thing with one's own hands,
	Ac. 27.19.
Αὐχμηρός, ά, όν, (αὐχμέω, to be dry, squalid, filthy)
    squalid, filthy; by impl. dark, obscure, murky,
	2 Pe. 1.19.
Ἀφαιρέω, ῶ, (ἀπό & αἰρέω)
    f. ήσω, a.2. ἀφεῖλον, a.1. pass. ἀφαιρεθήσομαι,
    to take away, remove, Lu. 1.25; 10.42, et al.;
	to take off, cut off, remove by cutting off,
	Mat. 26.51. Mar. 14.47. Lu. 22.50.
Ἀφᾰνής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές, (ἀ & φαίνω)
    out of sight; not manifest, hidden, concealed, He. 4.13:
	whence
Ἀφανίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to remove out of sight, cause to disappear; pass.
	to disappear, vanish, Ja. 4.14; by impl. to destroy,
	consume, so that nothing shall be left visible,
	Mat. 6.19, 20; met. to spoil, deform, disfigure,
	Mat. 6.16:
	whence
Ἀφανισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a disappearing, vanishing away; met. destruction,
	abolition, abrogation, He. 8.13. L.G.
Ἄφαντος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & φαίνω)
    not appearing, not seen, invisible;
	hence, ἄφαντος γενέσθαι, to disappear, vanish,
	Lu. 24.31.
Ἀφεδρών, ῶνος, ὁ, (ἀπό & ἕδρα, a seat)
    a privy, Mat. 15.17. Mar. 7.19. L.G.
Ἀφειδία, ας, ἡ, (ἀ & φείδομαι)
    pr. the disposition of one who is ἀφειδής, unsparing;
	hence, in N.T., unsparingness in the sense of rigour,
	severity, austerity, Col. 2.23.
Ἀφελότης, τητος, ἡ, (ἀφελής, not rough, plain,
	met. simple, sincere, fr. ἀ & φελλεύς, a rough,
	stony region)
    sincerity, simplicity, Ac. 2.46. N.T.
Ἄφεσις, εως, ἡ, (ἀφίημι)
    dismission, deliverance from captivity, Lu. 4.18, bis;
	remission, forgiveness, pardon, Mat. 26.28, et al.
Ἁφή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἅπτω)
    a fastening; a ligature, by which the different
	members are connected, commissure, joint, Ep. 4.16.
	Col. 2.19.
Ἀφθαρσία, ας, ἡ, (ἀ & φθείρω)
    incorruptibility, incorruptness;
	by impl. immortality, 1 Co 15.42, 53, 54.
	with the accessory idea of felicity, Ro. 2.7, et al.;
	ἐν ἀφθαρσίᾳ, purely, sincerely, constantly, Ep. 6.24. L.G.
Ἄφθαρτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (fr. same)
    incorruptible, immortal, imperishable, undying,
	enduring, Ro. 1.23. 1 Co. 9.25; 15.52, et al.
Ἀφθορία, ας, ἡ, (fr. same)
    v.r. Tit. 2.7, pr. incapability of decay;
	met. incorruptness, integrity, genuineness,
	purity. N.T.
Ἀφίημι, (ἀπό & ἵημι)
    f. ἀφήσω, a.1. ἀφῆκα, a.1. pass. ἀφειθην & ἀφέθην,
	f. pass. ἀφεθήσομαι, imperf. 3 per. s. ἤφει,
	Mar. 1.34; 11.16, p. pass. 3 per. pl. ἀφέωνται,
	pres. 2 pers. s. ἀφεῖς, v.r. Re. 2.20.
    to send away, dismiss, suffer to depart; to emit,
	send forth; τὴν φωνήω, the voice, to cry out, utter an
	exclamation, Mar. 15.37; τὸ πνεῦμα, the spirit,
	to expire, Mat. 27.50; to omit, pass over or by,
	neglect, care not, Mat. 15.14; 23.23. He. 6.1;
	to permit suffer, let, forbid not; to give up, yield,
	resign, Mat. 5.40; to remit, forgive, pardon; to relax,
	suffer to become less intense, Re. 2.4; to leave,
	depart from; to desert, forsake; to leave, remaining or
	alone; to leave behind, sc. at one's death,
	Mar. 12.19, 20, 21, 22. Jno. 14.27.
Ἀφικνέομαι, οῦμαι, (ἀπό & ἱκνέομαι, to come, arrive)
    f. ίξομαι, a.2 ἀφικόμην,
    to come, arrive at; to reach as a report, Ro. 16.19.
Ἀφιλάγαθος, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & φίλος & ἀγαθός)
    not a lover of, inimical to, good and good men,
	2 Ti. 3.3. N.T.
Ἀφιλάργῠρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & φίλος & ἄργυρος)
    not fond of money, not covetous, liberal, generous,
	1 Ti. 3.3. He. 13.5. N.T.
Ἄφιξις, εως, ἡ, (ἀφικνέομαι)
    arrival; departure, Ac. 20.29.
Ἀφίστημι, (ἀπό & ἵστημι)
    f. ἀποστήσω, a.1. ἀπέστηασ,
    trans. to put away, separate; to draw off or away,
	withdraw, induce to revolt, Ac. 5.37;
	intrans., p. ἀφέστηκα, a.2. ἀπέστην, and
	mid. to depart, go away from, Lu. 2.27. et al.;
	met. to desist or refrain from, let alone,
	Ac. 5.38; 22.29. 2 Co. 12.8; to make defection,
	fall away, apostatise, Lu. 8.13. 1 Ti. 4.1. He. 3.12;
	to withdraw from, have no intercourse with, 1 Ti. 6.5;
	to abstain from, 2 Ti. 2.19.
Ἄφων,
    adv. suddenly, unexpectedly, Ac. 2.2; 16.26; 28.6.
Ἀφόβως, (ἄφοβος, fearless, fr. ἀ & φόβος)
    fearlessly, boldly, in trepidly, Phi. 1.14; securely,
	peacefully, tranquilly, Lu. 1.74. 1 Co. 16.10; impudently,
	shamefully, Jude 12.
Ἀφομαιόω, ῶ, (ἀπό & ὁμοιόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to assimilate, cause to resemble, He. 7.3.
Ἀφοράω, ῶ, (ἀπό & ὁράω)
    f. ἀπόψομαι, a.2. ἀπεῖδον,
    to view with undivided attention by looking away from
	every other object; to regard fixedly and earnestly,
	He. 12.2; to see distinctly, Phi. 2.23.
Ἀφορίζω, (ἀπό & ὁρίζω)
    f. ίσω, & ἀφοριῶ, p. pass. ἀφώρισμαι,
    to limit off; to separate, sever from the rest,
	Mat. 13.49, et al.; to separate from society, cut off
	from all intercourse, excommunicate, Lu. 6.22;
	to set apart, select, Ac. 13.2. Ro. 1.1. Gal. 1.15.
Ἀφορμή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἀπό & ὁρμή)
    pr. a starting point; means to accomplish an object;
	occasion, opportunity, Ro. 7.8, 11, et al.
Ἀφρίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to froth, foam, Mar. 9.18, 20:
	from
Ἀφρός, οῦ, ὁ,
    froth, foam, Lu. 9.39.
Ἀφροσύνη, ης, ἡ,
    inconsiderateness, folly; folly, in the sense of
	ostentation, boasting, 2 Co. 11.1, 17, 21; foolishness,
	levity, wickedness, impiety, Mar. 7.22:
	from
Ἄφρων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & φρήν)
    unwise, inconsiderate, simple, foolish, Lu. 11.40;
	12.20.. 1 Co. 15.36; ignorant, destitute of the knowledge
	of the true religion, Ro. 2.20. Ep. 5.17. 1 Pe. 2.15; vain,
	ostentatious, 2 Co. 11.16, 19; 12.6, 11.
Ἀφυπνόω, ῶ, (ἀπό & ὕπνος)
    f. ώσω,
    to awake from sleep; in N.T., to go off into sleep,
	fall asleep, Lu. 8.23.
Ἄφωνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & φωνή)
    dumb, destitute of the power of speech, 1 Co. 12.2.
	2 Pe. 2.16; silent, mute, uttering no voice, Ac. 8.32;
	inarticulate, consisting of inarticulate sounds,
	unmeaning 1 Co. 14.10.
Ἀχάριστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & χάρις)
    unthankful, ungrateful, Lu. 6.35. 2 Ti. 3.2.
Ἀχειροποίητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & χειροποίητος)
    not made with hands, Mar. 14.58. 2 Co. 5.1.
	Col. 2.11. N.T.
Ἀχλύς, ύος, ἡ,
    a mist; darkening of the sight, Ac. 13.11.
Ἀχρεῖος, α, ον, (ἀ & χρεία)
    useless, unprofitable, worthless, Mat. 25.30;
	unmeritorious, Lu. 17.10:
	whence
Ἀχρειόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. pass. ἠχρειώθην,
    to render useless; met. pass. to become corrupt,
	depraved, Ro. 3.12. L.G.
Ἄχρηστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & χρηστός)
    unuseful, useless, unprofitable, and by impl.
	detrimental, causing loss, Phile. 11.
Ἄχρι, v. ἄχρις,
    originally an adv. of place; used as a prep., with
	respect to place, as far as; to time, until, during;
	as a conj., until.
Ἄχῠρον, ου, τό,
    chaff, straw broken up by treading out the grain,
	Mat. 3.12. Lu. 3.17.
Ἀψευδής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (ἀ & ψευδής)
    free from falsehood; incapable of falsehood, Tit. 1.2.
Ἅψινθος, ου, ἡ,
    wormwood, Re. 8.11, where, as a proper name, it is
	masculine, according to the v.r.
Ἄψῡχος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (ἀ & ψυχή)
    void of life or sense, inanimate, 1 Co. 14.7.

Β, β, Βῆτα

Βαθμός, οῦ, ὁ, (βαίνω)
    pr. a step, stair; met. grade of dignity, degree,
	rank standing, 1 Ti 3.13.
Βάθος, εος, ους, τό,
    depth; τὸ βάθος, deep water, Lu. 5.4. Mat. 13.5, et al.;
	met. fullness, abundance, immensity, Ro. 11.33. 2 Co. 8.2;
	an extreme degree, 2 Co. 8.2; pl. deep laid plans, profound,
	secret things, 1 Co. 2.10. Re. 2.24.
Βαθύνω,
    f. ῠνῶ,
    to deepen, excavate, Lu. 6.48 from
Βαθύς, εῖα, ύ,
    deep. Jno. 4.11; met. deep, profound, Ac. 20.9;
	ὄρθρου βαθέος, lit. at deep morning twilight
	i.e. at the earliest dawn, Lu. 24.1.
Βάϊον, v. Βαΐον, ου, τό,
    a palm branch, Jno. 12.13. S.
Βαλάντιον, ου, τό,
    a bag, purse, Lu. 10.4; 12.33; 22.35, 36.
Βάλλω,
    f. βαλῶ, a.2 ἔβαλον, p. βέβληκα, p. pass. βέβλημαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐβλήθην, f. pass. βληθήσομαι,
    to throw, cast; to lay, Re. 2.22 Mat. 8.6, 14, et. al.;
	to put, place, Ja. 3.3; to place, deposit, Mat. 27.6
	Mar. 2.41-44. Lu. 21.1-4; Jno 12.6; to pour, Jno. 13.5;
	to thrust, Jno. 18.11; 20.27. Mar. 7.33. Re. 14.19;
	to send forth, Mat. 10.34; to assault, strike, Mar. 14.65;
	met. to suggest, Mat. 10.34. Jno. 13.2;
	intrans. to rush, beat, as the wind, Ac 27.14.
Βαπτίζω, (βάπτω)
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐβάπτισα, p. pass. βεβάπτισμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐβαπτίσθην,
    pr. to dip, immerse; to cleanse or purify by washing;
	to administer the rite of baptism, to baptize;
	met. with various reference to the ideas associated
	with Christian baptism as an act of dedication,
	e.g. marked designation, devotion, trial, &c.;
	mid. to procure baptism for one's self, to undergo
	baptism, Ac. 22.16.
Βάπτισμα, ατος, τό,
    pr. immersion; baptism, ordinance of baptism,
	Mat. 3.7. Ro. 6.4, et al.; met. baptism in the trial
	of suffering, Mat. 20.22, 23. Mar. 10.38, 39. N.T.
Βαπτισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    pr. an act of dipping or immersion; a baptism,
	He. 6.2; an ablution, Mar. 7.4, 8. He. 9.10. N.T.
Βαπτιστής, οῦ, ὁ,
    one who baptises, Mat. 3.1; 11.11, 12, et al. N.T.
Βάπτω,
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔβαψα, p. pass. βέβαμμαι,
    to dip, Jno, 13.26. Lu. 16.24; to dye, Re. 19.13.
Βάρ, indec. ὀ, (בר, Chald, or Syr.)
    a son, Mat. 16.17.
Βάρβᾰρος, ου, ὁ,
    a barbarian, pr. one to whom a pure Greek dialect is
	not native; one who is not a proper Greek, Ro. 1.14.
	Col 3.11. Ac. 28.2, 4; a foreigner speaking a strange
	language, 1 Co. 14.11.
Βαρέω, ῶ, (βάρος)
    f. ήσω, p. pass. βεβάρημαι,
    to be heavy upon, weigh down, burden, oppress, as sleep,
	Mat. 26.43. Mar. 14.40. Lu. 9.32;
	surfeiting, v.r. Lu. 21.34;
	calamities, 2 Co. 1.8; 5.4;
	or trouble, care, expense, &c. 1 Ti. 5.16.
Βαρέως,
    adv. heavily; met. with difficulty, dully, stupidly,
	Mat. 13.15. Ac. 28.27.
Βάρος, εος, τό,
    weight, heaviness; a burden, any thing grievous and
	hard to be borne, Mat. 20.12. Ac. 15.28. Re. 2.24;
	burden, charge, or, weight, influence, dignity,
	honour, 1 Thes. 2.6; with another noun in government,
	fullness, abundance, excellence, 2 Co. 4.17.
Βαρύνω,
    f. υνῶ, a.1. pass. ἐβαρύνθην,
    (see βαρέω), Lu. 21.34. (ῡ):from
Βαρύς, εῖα, ύ,
    heavy; met. burdensome, oppressive, or difficult of
	observance, as precepts, Mat. 23.4. 1 Jno. 5.3; weighty,
	important, momentous, Mat. 23.23. Ac. 25.7; grievous,
	oppressive, afflictive, violent, rapacious, Ac. 20.29;
	authoritative, strick, stern, severe, 2 Co. 10.10.
Βαρύτῑμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (βαρύς & τιμή)
    of great price, precious, Mat. 26.7.
Βασανίζω, (βάσανος)
    f. ίσω, a.1. pass. ἐβασανίσθην,
    pr. to apply the lapis Lydius or touchstone;
	met. to examine, scrutinise, try either by words
	or torture; in N.T. to afflict, torment;
	pass. to be afflicted, tormented, pained, by diseases,
	Mat. 8.6, 29, et al.; to be tossed, agitated, as by t
	he waves, Mat. 14.24:
	whence
Βασανισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    pr. examination by the lapis Lydius or by torture;
	torment, torture, Re. 9.5; 14.11; 18.7, 10, 15.
Βασανιστής, οῦ, ὁ,
    pr. an inquisitor, tormentor; in N.T. a keeper of a
	prison, gaoler, Mat. 18.34.
Βάσᾰνος, ου, ἡ,
    pr. lapis Lydius, a species of stone from Lydia,
	which being applied to metals was thought to indicate
	any alloy which might be mixed with them, and therefore
	used in the trial of metals; hence, examination of a
	person, especially by torture; in N.T. torture, torment,
	severe pain, Mat. 4.24. Lu. 16.23, 28.
Βασιλεία, ας, ἡ (βασιλεύς)
    a kingdom, realm, the region or country governed
	by a king; kingly power, authority, dominion, reign;
	royal dignity, the title and honour of king;
	ἡ βασιλεία, Mat. 9.35, ἡ βασιλεία τοῦ Θεοῦ,—τοῦ
	Χριστοῦ,—τοῦ οὐρανοῦ,—τῶν οὐρανῶν, the reign or
	kingdom of the Messiah, both in a false and true
	conception of it; used also, with various limitation,
	of its administration and coming history as in the
	parables; its distinctive nature, Ro. 14.17, requirements,
	privileges, rewards, consummation.
Βασίλειος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    royal, regal; met. possessed of high prerogatives and
	distinction, 1 Pe. 2.9; τὰ βασίλεια sc. δώματα, regal
	mansions, palaces, Lu. 7.25:
	from
Βασιλεύς, έως, ὁ,
    a king, monarch, one possessing regal authority:
	whence
Βασιλεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to possess regal authority, be a king, reign; to rule, govern, Mat. 2.22;
	met. to be in force, predominate, prevail, Ro. 5.14, 17, 21; 6.12;
	to be in a state of prosperity and happiness, 1 Co. 4.8.
Βασιλικός, ή, όν,
    royal, regal, Ac. 12. 20, 21; βασιλικός, used as a subst
	a person attached to the king, courtier; by impl. of the
	highest excellence, Ja. 2.8.
Βασίλισσα, ης, ἡ, (a later from of βασιλίς)
    a queen, Mat. 12.42. Lu. 11.31. Ac. 8.27. Re. 18.7.
Βάσις, εως, ἡ, (βαίνω)
    pr. a step; the foot, Ac. 3.7.
Βασκαίνω,
    f. ανῶ, a.1. ἐβάσκηνα & ἐβάσκᾱνα,
    pr. to slander; thence, to bewitch by spells, or by
	any other means; to delude, Gal. 3.1.
Βαστάζω,
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐβάστασα,
    pr. to lift, raise, bear aloft; to bear, carry,
	in the hands or about the person; carry as a message,
	Ac. 9.15; to take away, remove, Mat. 8.17. Jno. 20.15;
	to take up, Jno. 10.31. Lu. 14.27; to bear as a burden,
	endure, suffer; to sustain, Ro. 11.18; to bear with,
	tolerate; to sustain mentally, comprehend, Jno. 16.12.
Βάτος, ου, ὀ & ἡ,
    a bush, bramble, Mar. 12.36, et al.
Βάτος, ου, ὁ (Heb בת)
    a bath, a measure for liquids, which is stated by
	Josephus (Ant. 1. viii. c. 9.9) to 31contain 72 sextarii,
	or about 13 and a half gallons. Others make it about
	9 gallons; and others, 7 and a half gallons.
Βάτραχος, ου, ὁ,
    a frog, Re. 16.13.
Βαττολογέω, ῶ, (βάττος, stammerer),
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to stammer; hence, to babble; to use vain repetitions,
	Mat. 6.7. L.G.
Βδέλυγμα, ατος, τό, (βδελύσσομαι)
    an abomination, an abominable thing, Mat. 24.15.
	Mar. 13.14, et al.; idolatry with all its pollutions,
	Re. 17.4, 5; 21.27. S.
Βδελυκτός, ή, όν,
    abominable, detestable, Tit. 1.16: (S.)
	from
Βδελύσσομαι,
    f. ξομαι, p ἐβδέλυγμαι,
    to abominate, loathe, detest, abhor, Ro. 2.22;
	pass. to be abominable, detestable, Re. 21.8.
Βέβαιος, αία, ον, (βέβαα, p. of βαίνω)
    firm, stable, stedfast, He. 3.6, 14; 6.19; sure,
	certain, established, Ro. 4.16, et al.;
	whence
Βεβαιόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐβεβαίωσα,
    to confirm, establish; to render constant and unwavering,
	1 Co. 1.8, et al.; to strengthen or establish by arguments
	or proofs, ratify, Mar. 16.20; verify, as promises, Ro. 15.8.
Βεβαίσις, εως, ἡ,
    confirmation, firm establishment, Phi. 1.7. He. 6.16.
Βέβηλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (βαίνω, to tread, and βηλός, a threshold)
    pr. what is open and accessible to all; hence, profane,
	not religious, not connected with religion; unholy; a
	despiser, scorner, 1 Ti. 1.9; 4.7, et al.;
	whence
Βεβηλόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐβεβήλωσα,
    to profane, pollute, violate, Mat. 12.5. Ac. 24.6. L.G.
Βελόνη, ης, ἡ,
    v.r. Lu. 18.25, pr. the point of a spear; needle.
Βέλος, εος, τό,
    a missile weapon, dart, arrow, Ep. 6.16.
Βελτίων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (comp. of ἀγαθός)
    better; βέλτιον, as an adv. very well, too well to need
	informing, 2 Ti. 1.18.
Βῆμα, ατος, τό, (βαίνω)
    a step, foot-step, foot-breadth, space to set the foot
	on, Ac. 7.5; an elevated place ascended by steps, tribunal,
	throne, Mat. 27.19. Ac. 12.21. et al.
Βήρυλλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    a beryl, a precious stone of a sea-green colour, found
	chiefly in India, Re. 21.20. L.G.
Βία, ας, ἡ,
    force, impetus, violence, Ac. 5.26; 21.35, et al.:
	hence
Βιάζω,
    f. άσω, and mid. βιάζομαι,
    to urge, constrain, overpower by force; to press earnestly
	forward, to rush, Lu. 16.16; pass. to be an object of an
	impetuous movement, Mat. 11.12.
Βίαιος, α, ον,
    violent, vehement, Ac. 2.2.
Βιαστής, οῦ, ὁ, (βιάζω)
    one who uses violence, or is impetuous; one who feels
	an eager, vehement desire for anything, Mat. 11.12. L.G.
Βιβλαρίδιον, ου, τό, (dimin. of βιβλάριον, a roll,
	fr. βίβλος)
    a small volume or scroll, a little book,
	Re. 10.2, 8, 9, 10. L.G.
Βιβλίον, ου, τό, (pr. dmin. of βίβλος)
    a written volume or roll, book, Lu. 4.17, 20, et al.;
	a scroll, bill, billet, Mat. 19.7. Mar. 10.4.
Βίβλος, ου, ἡ,
    pr. the inner bark or rind of papyrus, which was anciently
	used instead of paper; hence, a written volume, or roll,
	book, catalogue, account, Mat. 1.1. Mar. 12.26, et al.
Βιβρώσκω,
    f. βρώσομαι, p. βέβρωκα,
    to eat.
Βίος, ου, ὁ,
    life; means of living; sustenance, maintenance, substance,
	goods, Mar. 12.44, et al.;
	whence
Βιόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐβίωσα,
    to live, 1 Pe. 4.2.
Βίωσις, εως, ἡ,
    manner of life, Ac. 26.4. S.
Βιωτικός, ή, όν,
    pertaining to this life, or the things of this life,
	Lu. 21.34. 1 Co. 6.3, 4.
Βλαβερός, ά, όν,
    hurtful, 1 Ti. 6.9:
	from
Βλάπτω,
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔβλαψα,
    pr. to weaken, hinder, disable; hurt, harm, injure,
	Mar. 16.18. Lu. 4.35.
Βλαστάνω,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐβλάστησα, a.2. ἔβλαστον,
    intrans. to germinate, bud, sprout, spring up, Mat. 13.26.
	Mar. 4.27. He. 9.4; trans ans. causat. 32to cause to shoot,
	produce, yield, Ja. 5.18.
Βλασφημέω, ῶ,
    f. έσω, p. βεβλασφήμηκα, a.1. ἐβλασφήμησα,
    to calumniate, revile, treat with calumny and contumely,
	Mat. 27.39, et al.; to speak of God or divine things in
	terms of impious irreverence, to blaspheme,
	Mat. 9.3; 26.65, et al.:
	whence
Βλασφημία, ας, ἡ,
    calumny, railing, reproach, Mat. 15.19. Mar. 7.22, et al.;
	blasphemy, Mat. 12.31; 26.65, et al.
Βλάσφημος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    calumnious, railing, reproachful, 2 Ti. 3.2. 2 Pe. 2.11;
	blasphemous, Ac. 6.11, 13. 1 Ti. 1.13.
Βλέμμα, ατος, τό,
    a look; the act of seeing, sight, 2 Pe. 2.8:
	from
Βλέπω,
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔβλεψα,
    to possess and use the faculty of sight; to direct the eyes
	towards; to behold; to face, Ac. 27.12; to descry, observe;
	met. to direct the thoughts towards, consider; to discern
	mentally, perceive; to have regard to; to mind; to take
	heed; in N.T. βλέπειν ἀπό, to beware of, shun. Mat. 8.15.
Βλητέος, α ον, (verbal adj. fr. βάλλω)
    requiring to be cast or put, Mar. 2.22. Lu. 5.38. N.T.
Βοάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐβόησα,
    to cry out; to exclaim, proclaim, Mat. 3.3; 15.34.
	Ac. 8.7, et al.; πρός τινα, to invoke, implore the aid
	of any one, Lu. 18.7:
	from
Βοή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a cry, outcry, exclamation, Ja. 5.4.
Βοήθεια, ας, ἡ,
    help, succour, He. 4.16; meton. pl. helps, contrivances
	for relief and safety, Ac. 27.17:
	from
Βοηθέω, ῶ, (βοή & θέω, to run)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐβοήθησα,
    pr. to run to the aid of those who cry for help;
	to advance to the assistance of any one, help, aid,
	succour, Mat. 15.25. Mar. 9.22, 24, et al.:
	from
Βοηθός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a helper, He. 13.6.
Βόθῡνος, ου, ὁ,
    a pit, well, or cistern, Mat. 12.11; 15.14. Lu. 6.39.
Βολή, ῆς, ἡ, (βάλλω)
    a cast, a throw; the distance to which any thing can be
	throw, Lu. 22.41.
Βολίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐβόλισα,
    to heave the lead, sound, Ac. 27.28: (L.G.) from
Βολίς, ίδος, ἡ, (βάλλω)
    a missile weapon, dart, javelin, He. 12.20; also a
	plummet, lead for sounding. L.G.
Βόρβορος, ου, ο,
    mud, mire, dung, filth, 2 Pe. 2.22.
Βοῤῥᾶς, ᾶ, ὁ, i.q. Βορέας,
    pr. the north, or N.N.E. wind; meton. the north,
	Lu. 13.29. Re.21.13.
Βόσκω,
    f. βοσκήσω, a.1. ἐβόσκησα,
    to feed, pasture, tend while grazing; βόσκομαι,
	to feed, be feeding, Mat. 8.30, 33. Lu. 8.32, 34,
	et al.
Βότᾰνη, ης, ἡ, (βόσκω)
    herb, herbage, produce of the earth, He. 6.7.
Βότρυς, υος, ὁ,
    a bunch or cluster of grapes, Re. 14.18.
Βουλευτής, ου, ὁ,
    a counsellor, senator; member of the Sanhedrim, Mar. 15.43.
	Lu. 23.50:
	from
Βουλεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to give counsel, to deliberate; mid. βουλεύομαι,
	to deliberate, Lu. 14.31. Jno. 12.10. Ac. 5.33;
	to purpose, determine, Ac. 15.37; 27.39. 2 Co. 1.17:
	from
Βουλή, ῆς, ἡ (βούλομαι)
    counsel, purpose, design, determination, decree,
	Lu. 7.30; 23:51, et al. freq.; by impl. secret thoughts,
	congitation of mind, 1 Co. 4.5.
Βούλημα, ατος, τό,
    to purpose, will, determination, Ac. 27.43. Ro. 9.19.
Βούλομαι,
    f. βουλήσομαι, imperf. ἐβουλόμην & At. ἠβουλόμην,
	a.1. pass. ἐβουλήθην & ἠβουλήθην, p. βεβούλημαι,
    to be willing, disposed, Mar. 15.15. Ac. 25.20; 28.18, et al.;
	to intend, Mat. 1.19. Ac. 5.28; 12.4. 2 Co. 1.15; to desire,
	1 Ti. 6.9; to choose, be pleased, Jno. 18.39. Ac. 18.15. Ja. 3.4;
	to will, decree, appoint, Lu. 22.42. Ja. 1.18. 1 Co. 12.11.
	1 Ti. 2.8; 5.14, et al.; ἐβουλόμην, I could wish, Ac. 25.22.
βουνός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a hill, hillock, rising ground, Lu. 3.5; 23.30.
Βοῦς, βοός, ὁ, ἡ,
    an ox, a bull or cow, an animal of the ox kind, Lu. 13.15, et al.
Βραβεῖον, ου, τό, (βραβεύς, a judge or arbiter in the public games)
    a prize bestowed on victors in the public games, such as a
	crown, wreath, chaplet, garland, &c. 1 Co. 9.24. Phi. 3.14. L.G.
Βραβεύω, (fr. same)
    f. εύσω,
    pr. to be a director, or arbiter in the public games; in N.T.
	to preside, direct, rule, govern, be predominant, Col. 3.15.
Βραδύνω, (βραδύς)
    f. υνῶ,
    to be slow, to delay, be behindhand, 1 Ti. 3.15. 2 Pe. 3.9.
Βραδυπλοέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to sail slowly, Ac. 27.7: (L.G.) fr. πλέω &
Βραδύς, εῖα, ύ,
    slow; not hasty, Ja. 1.19; slow of understanding, heavy, stupid,
	Lu. 24.25:
	whence
Βραδῠτής, τῆτος, ἡ,
    slowness, tardiness, delay, 2 Pe. 3.9.
Βραχίων, ονος, ὁ,
    the arm; meton. strength, might, power, Lu. 1.51. Jno. 12.38.
	Ac. 13.17. (ῑ).
Βραχύς, εῖα, ύ,
    short, brief; few, small, Lu. 22.58. Jno. 6.7, et al.
Βρέφος, εος, τό,
    a child; whether unborn, an embryo, fœtus, Lu. 1.41, 44; or
	just born, an infant, Lu. 2.12, 16. Ac. 7.19; or partly grown,
	Lu. 18.15. 2 Ti. 3.15; met. one who has just embraced the Christian
	faith, 1 Pe. 2.2.
Βρέχω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ἔβρεξα,
    to wet, moisten, Lu. 7.38; to rain, cause or send rain,
	Mat. 5.45. Lu. 17.29, et al.
Βροντή, ῆς, ἡ,
    thunder, Mar. 3.17. Jno. 12.29, et al.
Βροχή, ῆς, ἠ (βρέχω)
    rain, Mat. 7.25, 27. L.G.
Βρόχος, ου, ὁ,
    a cord, noose, 1 Co. 7.35.
Βρυγμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a grating or gnashing of the teeth, Mat. 8.12; 13.42, 50, et al.:
	from
Βούχω,
    f. ξω,
    to grate or gnash the teeth, Ac. 7.54 (ῡ).
Βρύω,
    pr. to be full, to well with any thing; to emit, send forth,
	Ja. 3.11.
Βρῶμα, ατος, τό, (βιβρώσκω)
    food, Mat. 14.15. Mar. 7.19, et al.; solid food, 1 Co. 3.2.
Βρώσιμος, ον, ὁ, ἡ (fr. same)
    eatable, that may be eaten, Lu. 24.41.
Βρῶσις, εως, ἡ,
    eating, the act of eating, Ro. 14.17. 1 Co. 8.4, et al.; meat,
	food, Jno. 6.27 He. 12.16; a canker or rust, æruge Mat. 6.19, 20.
Βυθίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐβύθισα,
    to immerse, submerge, cause to sink, Lu. 5.17; to plunge deep,
	drown, 1 Ti. 6.9:
	from
Βυθός, ου, ὁ,
    the bottom, lowest part; the deep, sea, 2 Co. 11.25.
Βυρσεύς, έως, ὁ (βύρσα, a hide)
    a tanner, leather-dresser, Ac. 9.43; 10.6, 32. L.G.
Βύσσῐνος, η, ον,
    made of byssus or fine cotton, Re. 18.16 from
Βύσσος, ου, ἡ,
    byssus, a species of fine cotton highly prized by the ancients,
	Lu. 16.19. v.r. Re. 18.13.
Βωμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    pr. a slightly elevated spot, base, pedestal; hence, an
	altar. Ac. 17.23.

Γ, γ, Γάμμα

Γάγγραινα, ης, ἡ, (γράω, γραίνω, to eat, gnaw)
    gangrene, mortification, 2 Ti. 2.17.
Γάζα, ης, ἡ,
    a treasure, treasury, Ac. 8.27.
Γαζοφυλάκιον, ου, τό, (γάζα & φυλακή)
    a treasury; the sacred treasury, Mar. 12.41, 43. Lu. 21.1
	Jno. 8.20. L.G.
Γάλα, γάλακτος, τό,
    milk, 1 Co. 9.7; met. spiritual milk, the elementary parts of
	Christian instruction, 1 Co. 3.2. He. 5.12, 13; spiritual nutriment,
	1 Pe. 2.2
Γαλήνη, ης, ἡ,
    tranquillity of the sea, a calm, Mat. 8.26. Mar. 4.39. Lu. 8.24.
Γαμέω, ῶ,
    f. ῶ, &, later, ήσω, p. γεγάμηκα, a.1. ἔγημα & ἐγάμησα,
	a.1. pass. ἐγαμήθην,
    to marry, take a wife; to marry, enter the marriage state;
	mid. to marry, be married, Mar. 10.12. 1 Co. 7.9, 10, 28, 39,
	et al.;
	whence
Γαμίζω,
    ίσω,
    to give in marriage, permit to marry, v.r. 1 Co. 7.38. N.T.
Γαμίσκομαι,
    to be given in marriage, Mar. 12.25. L.G.
Γάμος, ου, ὁ,
    a wedding, nuptials, the nuptial ceremonies; the attendant
	festivities, Mat. 25.10. Jno. 2.1, 2. Re. 19.7, 9; any feast or
	banquet, Lu. 12.36; 14.8; meton. the room in which a banquet is
	held, Mat. 22.10; the marriage state, He. 13.4.
Γάρ,
    a causal particle or conjunction, for; it is, however, frequently
	used with an ellipsis of the clause to which it has reference, and
	its force must then be variously expressed: Mat. 15.27; 27.23, et al.:
	it is also sometimes epexegetic, or introductory of an intimated detail
	of circumstances, now, then, to wit, Mat. 1.18.
Γαστήρ, τέρος, τρός, ἡ,
    the belly, stomach; the womb, Lu. 1.13; ἐν γαστρὶ ἔχειν, to be with
	child, Mat. 1.18, 23; 24.19, et al.; γαστέρες, paunches, gluttons,
	Tit. 1.12.
Γε,
    an enclitic particle imparting emphasis; indicating that a particular
	regard is to be had to the term to which it is attached. Its force is
	to be conveyed, when this is possible, by various expression: at least,
	indeed, even, &c.
Γέεννα, ης, ἡ, (Heb. גיא הנס)
    Gehenna, pr. the valley of Hinnom south of Jerusalem, once celebrated
	for the horrid worship of Moloch, & afterwards polluted with every
	species of filth, as well as the carcases of animals, and dead bodies
	of malefactors; to consume which, in order to avert the pestilence
	which such a mass of corruption would occasion, constant fires were
	kept burning; hence, hell, the fires of Tartarus, the place of
	punishment in Hades, Mat. 5.22, 29, 30; 10.28; 18.9, et al. N.T.
Γείτων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ
    a neighbour, Lu. 14.12; 15.6, 9. Jno. 9.8
Γελάω, ῶ,
    f. άσομαι, &, later, ασω, a.1. ἐγέλασα,
    to laugh, smile; by impl. to be merry, happy, to rejoice,
	Lu. 6.21, 25. (ᾰ).
Γέλως, ωτος, ὁ,
    laughter; by impl. mirth, joy, rejoicing, Ja. 4.9.
Γεμίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐγέμισα, a.1 pass. ἐγεμίσθην,
    to fill, Mar. 4.37; 15.26, et al:
	from
Γέμω,
    to be full, Mat. 23.27. Lu. 11.39, et al.
Γενεά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    pr. birth; hence, progeny; a generation of mankind,
	Mat. 11.16; 23.36, et al.; a generation, a step in a genealogy,
	Mat. 1.17; a generation, an interval of time, age; in N.T. course
	of life, in respect of its events, interests, or character,
	Lu. 16.8. Ac. 13.36.
Γενεαλογέω, ῶ, (γενεά & λέγω)
    f. ήσω,
    to reckon one's descent, derive one's origin, He. 7.6:
	whence
Γενεαλογία, ας, ἡ,
    genealogy, catalogue of ancestors, history of descent,
	1 Ti. 1.4. Tit. 3.9.
Γενέσια, ων, τά,
    pr. a day observed in memory of the dead; in N.T. equivalent
	to γενέθλια, celebration of one's birth-day, birth-day festival.
	Mat. 14.6. Mar. 6.21.
Γένεσις, εως, ἡ,
    birth, nativity, Mat. 1.18. Lu. 1.14. Ja. 1.23; successive
	generation, descent, lineage, Mat. 1.1; meton. life, Ja. 3.6.
Γενετή, ῆς, ἡ,
    birth, Jno, 9.1.
Γένημα, τό,
    v.r. Lu. 12.18. 2 Co. 9.10, natural produce, fruit, increase. N.T.
Γεννάω, ω,
    f. ήσω, p. γεγέννηκα, a.1. ἐγέννησα, p. pass. γεγέννημαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐγεννήθην,
    spoken of men, to beget, generate, Mat. 1.2...16, et al.; of women,
	to bring forth, bear, give birth to, Lu. 1.13, 57, et al.;
	pass. to be born, produced, Mat. 2.1, 4, et al.; met. to produce,
	excite, give occasion to, effect, 2 Ti. 2.23; from the Heb.
	to constitute as son, to constitute as king, or as the representative
	or vicegerent of God, Ac. 13.33. He. 1.5; 5.5; by impl. to be a parent
	to any one; pass. to be a son or child to any one, Jno. 1.13.
	1 Co. 4.15, et al.:
	whence
Γέννημα, ατος, τό,
    what is born or produced, offspring, progeny, brood, Mat. 3.7; 12.34,
	et al.; fruit, produce, Mat. 26.29. Mar. 14.25, et al.;
	fruit, increase, Lu. 12.18; 2 Co. 9.10.
Γέννησις, εως, ἡ,
    birth, nativity, Mat. 1.18. Lu. 1.14.
Γεννητός, ή, όν,
    born, or produced of, Mat. 1.18. Lu. 7.28.
Γένος, εος, τό, (γίνομαι)
    offspring, progeny, Ac. 17.28, 29; family, kindred, lineage,
	Ac. 7.13, et al.; race, nation, people, Mar. 7.26. Ac. 4.36. et al.;
	kind, sort, species, Mat. 13.47, et al.
Γερουσία, ας, ἡ,
    a senate, assembly of elders; the elders of Israel collectively,
	Ac. 5.21:
	from
Γέρων, οντος, ὁ,
    an old man, Jno. 3.4.
Γεύομαι, (mid of γεύω, to cause to taste)
    f. γεύσομαι, a.l ἐγευσάμην,
    to taste, Mat. 24.34. Jno. 2.9; absol. to take food, Ac. 10.10, et al.;
	met. to have perception of, experience, He. 6.4, 5. 1 Pe. 2.3;
	θανάτου γεύεσθαι, to experience death, to die Mat. 16.28, et al.
Γεωργέω, ῶ, (γεωργός)
    f. ήσω,
    to cultivate, till the earth, He. 6.7.
Γεώργιον, οῦ, τό,
    cultivated field, or ground, a farm, 1 Co. 3.9:
	from
Γεωργός, οῦ, ὁ, (γῆ & ἔργον)
    a husbandman, one who tills the earth, 2 Ti. 2.6. Ja. 5.7; in N.T.
	spc. a vine-dresser, keeper of a vineyard, i.q. ἀμπελουργός,
	Mat. 21.33, 34, et al.
Γῆ, γῆς, ἡ, (contr. fr. γέα)
    earth, soil, Mat. 13.5. Mar. 4.8, et al.; the ground, surface of
	the earth, Mat. 10.29. Lu. 6.49, et al.; the land, as opposed to
	the sea or a lake, Lu. 5.11. Jno. 21.8, 9, 11; the earth, world,
	Mat. 5.18, 35, et al.; a land, region, tract, country, territory,
	Mat. 2.20; 14.34; by way of eminence, Canaan or Palestine,
	Mat. 5.5; 24.30; 27.45. Ep. 6.3; the inhabitants of any region or
	country, Mat. 10.15; 11.24, et al.
Γῆρας, αος, ως, τό, dat. γήραϊ, γήρᾳ, also γήρει,
    old age, Lu. 1.36:
	whence
Γηράσκω, v. γηράω, ω,
    f. άσομαι, a.1. ἐγήρᾱσα, & ἐγήρᾱνα,
    to be or become old, Jno. 21.18. He. 8.13.
Γίνομαι, (a later form of γίγνομαι)
    f. γενήσομαι, p, γέγονα & γεγένημαι, a.1. ἐγενήθην, a.2. ἐγενόμην,
    to come into existence; to be created, exist by creation, Jno. 1.3, 10.
	He. 11.3. Ja. 3.9; to be born, produced, grow, Mat. 21.19. Jno. 8.58,
	et al.; to arise, come on, occur, as the phenomena of nature, &c.;
	Mat. 8.24, 26; 9.16, et al.; to come, approach, as morning or evening,
	Mat. 8.16, 14.15, 23; to be appointed, constituted, established,
	Mar. 2.27. Ga. 3.17, et al.; to take place, come to pass, happen,
	occur, Mat. 1.22; 24.6, 20, 21, 34, et al. freq.; to be done,
	performed, effected, Mat. 21.42, et al.; to be fulfilled, satisfied,
	Mat. 6.10; 26.42, et al.; to come into a particular state or condition;
	to become, assume the character and appearance of any thing,
	Mat. 5.45; 12.45, et al.; to become or be made any thing, be changed
	or converted, Mat. 4.3; 21.42. Mar. 1.17, et al.; to be, esse,
	Mat. 11.26; 19.8; γίνεσθαι ὑπό τινα, to be subject to, Ga. 4.4;
	γίνεσθαι ἐν ἑαυτῷ, to come to one's self, to recover from a trance
	or surprise, Ac. 12.11; μὴ γένοιτο, let it not be, far be it from,
	God forbid, Lu. 20.16. Ro. 3.4, 31, et al.; to be kept, celebrated,
	solemnised, as festivals, Mat. 26.2, et al.; to be finished, completed,
	He. 4.3.
Γῑνώσκω, (a later form of γιγνώσκω)
    f. γνώσομαι, p. ἔγνωκα, a.2. ἔγνων, p. pass. ἔγνωσμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐγνώσθην,
    to know, whether the action be inceptive or complete and settled;
	to preceive, Mat. 22.18. Mar. 5.29; 8.17; 12.12. Lu. 8.46; to mark,
	discern, Mat. 25.24. Lu. 19.44; to ascertain by examination,
	Mar. 6.38. Jno. 7.51. Ac. 23.28; to understand, Mar. 4.13. Lu. 18.34.
	Jno. 12.16; 13.7. Ac. 8.30, 1 Co. 14.7, 9; to acknowledge, Mat. 7.23.
	2 Co. 3.2; to be resolve, conclude, Lu. 16.4. Jno. 7.26; 17.8; to be
	assured, Lu. 21.20. Jno. 6.69; 8.52. 2 Pe. 1.20; to be skilled, to be
	master of a thing, Mat. 16.3. Ac. 21.37; to know carnally, Mat. 1.25.
	Lu. 1.34; fr. the Heb. to view with favour, 1 Co. 8.3. Gal. 4.9.
Γλεῦκος, εος, τό,
    pr. the unfermented juice of grapes, must; hence, sweet new wine.
	Ac. 2.13:
	from
Γλῠκύς, εῖα, ύ,
    sweet, Ja. 3.11, 12. Re. 10.9, 10.
Γλῶσσα, ης, ἡ,
    the tongue, Mar. 7.33, 35, et al.;
	meton. speech, talk, 1 Jno. 3.18;
	a tongue, language, Ac. 2.11. 1 Co. 13.1, et al.;
	meton. a language not proper to a speaker,
	a gift or faculty of such language, Mar. 16.17. 1 Co. 14.13, 14, 26, et al.:
	fr. Heb. a nation as defined by its language, Re. 5.9, et al.;
	met. a tongue-shaped flame, Ac. 2.3.
Γλωσσόκομον, ου, τό, (γλῶσσα & κομέω, to keep, perserve)
    pr. a box for keeping tongues, mouthpieces, or reeds, of musical
	instruments; hence, genr. any box or receptacle; in N.T. a purse,
	money bag. Jno. 12.6; 13.29. L.G.
Γναφεύς, έως, ὁ, (γνάφος, a teasel, or thistle)
    a fuller, part of whose business was to raise a nap by meanss of
	teasels, &c., Mar. 9.3.
Γνήσιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (γένος)
    lawful, legitimate, as children; genuine, in faith, &c. 1 Ti. 1.2.
	Tit. 1.4; true, sincere, 2 Co. 8.8. Phi. 4.3:
	whence
Γνησίως,
    adv. genuinely, sincerely, Phi. 2.20.
Γνόφος, ου, ὁ,
    a thick cloud, darness, He. 12.18.
Γνώμη, ης, ἡ, (γινώσκω)
    the mind, as the means of knowing and judging; various operations
	of the mind, as inclination, 1 Co. 1.10;
	accordance, consent, Phile. 14;
	purpose, resolution, Ac. 20.3;
	opinion, judgement, 1 Co. 7.25, 40. 2 Co. 8.10.
Γνωρίζω,
    f. ίσω, At. ιῶ, a.1. ἐγνώρισα, a.1. pass. ἐγνωρίσθην,
    to make known, reveal, declare, Jno. 15.15; 17.26, et al.;
	to know, Phi. 1.22.
Γνῶσις, εως, ἡ, (γινώσκω)
    knowledge, Lu. 1.77;
	knowledge of an especial kind and relatively high character,
	Lu. 11.52. Ro. 2.20. 1 Ti. 6.20,
	more particularly in respect of Christian enlightenment,
	Ro. 15.14. 1 Co. 8.10; 12.8. 2 Co. 11.6, et al.
Γνώστης, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    one acquainted with a thing, knowing, skilful, Ac. 26.3. L.G.
Γνωστός, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    known, Jno. 18.15, 16, et al.; certain, incontrovertible, Ac. 4.16;
	τὸ γνωστόν, that which is known or is cognisable, the unquestionable
	attributes, Ro. 1.19; subst. an acquaintance, Lu. 2.44; 23.49.
Γογγύζω,
    f. ύσω, a.1. ἐγόγγυσα,
    to speak privately and in a low voice, mutter, Jno. 7.32; to utter
	secret and sullen discontent, express indignant complaint, murmer,
	grumble, Mat. 20.11. Lu. 5.30. Jno. 6.4, 43, 61: (L.G.)
	whence
Γογγυσμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a muttering, murmuring, low and suppressed discourse, Jno. 7.12;
	the expression of secret and sullen discontent, murmuring, complaint,
	Ac. 6.1. Phi. 2.14. 1 Pe. 4.9. L.G.
Γογγυστής, οῦ, ὁ,
    a murmurer, Jude 16. L.G.
Γόης, ητος, ὁ,
    a juggler, diviner; hence, by impl. an imposter, cheat, 2 Ti. 3.13.
Γόμος, ου, ὁ (γέμω)
    the lading of a ship, Ac. 21.3; by impl. mechandise, Re. 18.11, 12.
Γονεύς, έως, ὁ, (γίνομαι)
    a father; pl. parents, Mat. 10.21. Lu. 2.27, 41. 2 Co. 12.14.
Γόνυ, ᾰτος, τό,
    the knee, Lu. 22.41. He. 12.12, et al.
Γονυπετέω, ῶ, (γόνυ & πίπτω)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐγανυπέτησα,
    to fall upon one's knees, to kneel before, Mat. 17.14; 27.29.
	Mar. 1.40; 10.17.
Γράμμα, ᾰτος, τό, (γράφω)
    pr. that which is written or drawn; a letter, character of the
	alphabet, Lu. 23.38; a writing, book, Jno. 5.47; an acknowledgement
	of debt, an account, a bill, note, Lu. 16.6, 7; an epistle, letter,
	Ac. 28.21. Ga. 6.11; ἱερὰ γράμματα, Holy writ, the sacred books of
	the Old Testament, the Jewish Scriptures, 2 Ti. 3.15; spc. the
	letter of the law of Moses, i.e. the bare literal sense,
	Ro. 2.27, 29. 2 Co. 3.6, 7; pl. letters, learning, Jno. 7.15.
	Ac. 26.24:
	whence
Γραμμᾰτεύς, εως, ὁ,
    a scribe, a clerk, town-clerk, register, recorder, Ac. 19.35;
	one skilled in the Jewish law, a teacher or interpreter of the
	law, Mat. 2.4; 5.20, et al. freq.; genr. a religious teacher,
	Mat. 13.52; by synecd. any one distinguished for learning or
	wisdom, 1 Co. 1.20.
Γραπτός, ή, όν, (γράφω)
    written, Ro. 2.15.
Γραφή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a writing; in N.T. the Holy Scriptures, the Jewish Scriptures
	or books of the Old Testament, Mat. 21.42. Jno. 5.39, et al.;
	by synecd. doctrines, declarations, oracles, or promises contained
	in the sacred books, Mat. 22.29. Mar. 12.24, et al.; spc. a
	prophecy, Mat. 36.54. Mar. 14.49. Lu. 4.21; 24.27, 32; with
	the addition of προφητική, Ro. 16.26, of τῶν προφητῶν, Mat. 26.56:
	from
Γράφω,
    f. ψω, p. γέγρᾰφα, a.1. ἔγραψα,
    to engrave, write, according to the ancient method of writing on
	plates of metal, waxed tables, &c. Jno. 8.6, 8; to write on parchment,
	paper, &c. generally, Mat. 27.37, et al.; to write lettrs to another,
	Ac. 23.25. 2 Co. 2.9; 13.10, et al.; to describe in writing, Jno. 1.46.
	Ro. 10.5; to inscribe in a catalogue, &c. Lu. 10.20. Re. 13.8; 17.8,
	et al.; to write or impose a law, command or enact in writing,
	Mar. 10.5; 12.19. Lu. 2.23, et al.
Γραώδης, εος, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ες, (γραῦς, an old woman)
    old-womanish; by impl. silly, absurd, 1 Ti. 4.7. L.G.
Γρηγορέω, ῶ, (a later form from the perf. ἐγρηγορα)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐγρηγόρησα,
    to be awake, to watch, Mat. 26.38, 40, 41. Mar. 14.34, 37, 38;
	to be alive, 1 Thes. 5.10; met. to be watchful, attentive, vigilant,
	circumspect, Mat. 25.13. Mar. 13.35, et al.
Γυμνάζω, (γυμνός)
    f. άσω, p. pass. γεγύμνασμαι,
    pr. to train in gymnastic discipline; hence, to exercise in any
	thing, train to use, discipline, 1 Ti. 4.7. He. 5.14; 12.11.
	2 Pe. 2.14:
	whence
Γυμνασία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. gymnastic exercise; hence, bodily discipline of any kind,
	1 Ti. 4.8.
Γυμνητεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to be naked; by synecd. to be poorly clad, or destitute of proper
	and sufficient clothing, 1 Co. 4.11: (L.G.)
	from
Γυμνός, ή, όν,
    naked, without clothing, Mar. 14.51, 52; without the upper garment,
	and clad only with an inner garment or tunic, Jno. 21.7; poorly or
	meanly clad, destitute of proper and sufficient clothing,
	Mat. 25.36, 38, 43, 44. Ac. 19.16. Ja. 2.15; met. without a body,
	2 Co. 5.3; not covered, uncovered, open, manifest, He. 4.13;
	bare, mere, 1 Co. 15.37; naked of spiritual clothing, Re. 3.17;
	16.15; 17.16:
	whence
Γυμνότης, τητος, ἡ,
    nakedness; want of proper and sufficient clothing, Ro. 8.35.
	2 Co. 11.27; spiritual nakedness, being destitute of spiritual
	clothing, Re. 3.18. S.
Γυναικάριον, (dimin. of γυνή)
    a little woman, muliercula; a trifling, weak, silly woman,
	2 Ti. 3.6. L.G.
Γυναικεῖος, εία, εῖον,
    pertaining to women, female, 1 Pe. 3.7:
	from
Γυνή, γυναικός, ἡ,
    a woman, Mat. 5.28, et al.;
	a married woman, wife, Mat. 5.31, 32; 14.3, et al.;
	in the voc. ὦ γύναι, O woman, an ordinary mode
	of addressing females under every circumstance;
	met. used of the church, as united to Christ, Re. 19.7; 21.9.
Γωνία, ας, ἡ,
    an exterior angle, projecting corner, Mat. 6.5; 21.42, et al.;
	an interior angle; by impl. a dark corner, obscure place, Ac. 26.26;
	corner, extremity, or quarter of the earth, Re. 7.1; 20.8.

Δ, δ, Δέλτα

Δαιμονίζομαι,
    f. ίσομαι, a.1. ἐδαιμονίσθην,
    in N.T. to be possessed, afflicted, vexed, by a demon, or
	evil spirit; i.q. δαιμόνιον ἔχειν, Mat. 4.24; 8.16, 28, 33,
	et al.:
	from
Δαιμίνιον, ίου, τό, (δαίμων)
    a heathen god, deity, Ac. 17.18. 1 Co. 10.20, 21. Re. 9.20;
	in N.T., a demon, evil spirit, Mat. 7.22; 9.33, 34; 10.8; 12.24,
	et al.:
	whence
Δαιμονιώδης, εος, ὁ, ἡ;
    pertaining to or proceeding from demons; demoniacal, devilish,
	Ja. 3.15. L.G.
Δαίμων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ,
    a god, a superior power; in N.T. a malignant demon, evil angel,
	Mat. 8.31. Mar. 5.12. Lu. 8.29. Re. 16.14; 18.2.
Δάκνω,
    f. δήξομαι, a.2. ἔδακον, p. δέδηχα,
    to bite, string; met. to molest, vex, injure, Gal. 5.15.
Δάκρυ, υος, τό, & δάκρυον, ύου, τό,
    a tear.
Δακρύω,
    f. ὐσω, a.1. ἐδάκρυσο,
    to shed tears, weep, Jno. 11.35 (ῡ)
Δακτύλιος, ου, ὁ,
    a ring for the finger, Lu. 15.22:
	from
Δάκτῠλος, ου, ὁ,
    a finger, Mat. 28.4. Mar. 7.33, et al.; fr. Heb. power, Lu. 11.20.
Δαμάζω, (δαμάω, the same)
    f. άσω, a.1. έδάμασο, p. pass. δεδάμασμαι,
    to subdue, tame, Mar. 5.4. Ja. 3.7; met. to restrain within proper
	limits, govern, Ja. 3.8. (μᾰ).
Δάμᾰλις, εως, ἡ,
    a heifer, He. 9.13.
Δανείζω,
    f. είσω, a.1. ἐδάνεισα,
    to lend money, Lu. 6.34, 35; mid. to borrow money, Mat. 5.42:
	from
Δάνειον, ου, τό, (δάνος, a gift, loan)
    a loan, debt. Mat. 18.27.
Δανειστής, οῦ, ὁ, (δαωείζω)
    a lender, creditor, Lu. 7.41. L.G.
Δαπανάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐδαπάνησα,
    to expend, be at expense, Mar. 5.26. Ac. 21.24. 2 Co. 12.15;
	to spend, waste, conosume by extravagance, Lu. 15.14. Ja. 4.3:
	from
Δαπάνη, ης, ἡ,
    expense, cost, Lu. 14.28. (πᾰ).
Δέ,
    a conjunctive particle, marking the superaddition of a clause,
	whether in opposition or in continuation, to what has preceded,
	and it may be variously rendered but, on the other hand, and,
	also, now, &c; καὶ δέ, when there is a special superaddition in
	continuation, too, yea, &c. It sometimes is found at the
	commencement of the apodosis of a sentence, Ac. 11.17. It serves
	also to mark the resumption of an interrupted discourse,
	2 Co. 2.10. Gal. 2.6
Δέησις, εως, ἡ, (δέομαι)
    want, entreaty; prayer, supplication, Lu. 1.13; 2.37; 5.33,
	et al.
Δεῖ,
    imperson. fr. δέω, f. δεήσει, a.1. ἐδέησε, imperf. ἔδει,
	subj. δέη, inf. δεῖν, part. δέον,
    it is binding, it is necessary, it behoveth, it is proper;
	it is inevitable, Ac. 21.22.
Δεῖγμα, ᾰτος, τό, (δείκνυμι)
    pr. that which is shown, a speciment, sample; met. an example
	by way of warning, Jude 7:
	whence
Δειγματίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐδειγμάτισα,
    to make a public show or spectacle of, Col. 2.15. N.T.
Δεικνύω, (ῠ) v. δείκνῡμι,
    f. δείξω, a.1. ἔδειξα, a.1. pass. ἐδείχθην,
    to show, point out, present to the sight, Mat. 4.8; 8.4, et al.;
	to exhibit, permit to see, cause to be seen, Jno. 2.18; 10.32.
	1 Ti. 6.15; to demonstrate, prove, Ja. 2.18; 3.13; met. to teach,
	make known, declare, announce, Mat. 16.21. Jno. 5.20. Ac. 10.28,
	et al.
Δειλία, ας, ἡ (δειλός)
    timidity. 2 Ti. 1.7.
Δειλιάω, ῶ,
    f. άσω,
    to be timid, be in fear, Jno. 14.27: (L.G.) from
Δειλός, ή, όν,
    timid, fearful, pusillanimous, cowardly, Mat. 8.26, Mar. 4.40.
	Re. 21.8.
Δεῖνα, ὁ, ἡ, τό,
    gen. δεῖνος, acc. δεῖνα,
    such a one, a certain one, Mat. 26.18.
Δεινῶς, (δεινος, terrible, vehement)
    adv. dreadfully, grievously, greatly, vehemently, Mat. 8.6.
	Lu. 11.53.
Δειπνέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω & ήσομαι, a.1. ἐδείπνησα,
    to sup, Lu. 17.8; 22.20. 1 Co. 11.25. Re. 3.20:
	from
Δεῖπνον, ου, τό,
    pr. a meal; supper, the principal meal taken in the evening,
	Lu. 14.12. Jno. 13.2, 4, et. al.; meton. food, 1 Co. 11.21; a
	feast, banquet, Mat. 23.6. Mar. 6.24, 12.39, et al.
Δεισιδαιμονία, ας, ἡ,
    fear of the gods; in a bad sense, superstition; a form of religious
	belief, Ac. 25.19: (L.G.)
	from
Δεισιδαίμων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, (δείδω, to fear, & δαίμων)
    reverencing the gods and divine things, religious; in a bad sense,
	superstitious; in N.T. careful and precise in the discharge of
	religious services, Ac. 17.22.
Δέκα, οἱ, αἱ, τά,
    ten, Mat. 20, 24; 25.1, et al.; ἡμερῶν δέκα, ten days, a few days,
	a short time, Re. 2.10.
Δεκαδύο, οἱ, αἱ, τά, (δέκα & δύο)
    i.q. δώδεκα, twelve, Ac. 19.7; 24.11.
Δεκαπέντε, οἱ, αἱ, τά, (δέκα & πέωτε)
    fifteen, Jno. 11.18. Ac. 27.28. Gal. 1.18.
Δεκατέσσαρες, ων, οἱ, αἱ, & τὰ δεκατέσσαρα, (δέκα & τέσσαρες)
    fourteen, Mat. 1.17. 2 Co. 12.2. Gal. 2.1
Δέκᾰτος, η, ον, (δέκα)
    tenth, Jno. 1.40. Re. 11.13; 21.20; δεκάτη, sc. μερίς, a tenth part,
	tithe, He. 7.2, 4, 8, 9:
	whence
Δεκατόω, ῶ,
    f. ώςω, p. δεδεκάτωκα,
    to cause to pay tithes; pass to be tithed, pay tithes,
	He. 7.6, 9. N.T.
Δεκτός, ή, όη, (δέχομαι)
    accepted, acceptable, agreeable, approved, Lu. 4.24. Ac. 10.35.
	Phi. 4.18; by impl. when used for a certain time, marked by a
	favourable manifestation of the devine pleasure, propitious,
	Lu. 4.19. 2 Co. 6.2. S.
Δελεάζω, (δέλεαρ, a bait,)
    f. άσω,
    pr. to entrap, take or catch with a bait; met. allure, entice,
	delude, Ja. 1.14. 2 Pe. 14, 18.
Δένδρον, ου, τό,
    a tree, Mat. 3.10; 7.17; 13.32.
Δεξιολάβος, ου, ὁ, (δεξιός & λαμβάνω)
    one posted on the right hand; a flank guard; a light armed
	spearman, Ac. 23.23. (ᾰ). N.T.
Δεξιός, ά, όν,
    right, as opposed to left, dexter, Mat. 5.29, 30. Lu. 6.6,
	et al.; ἡ δεξιά, sc. χείρ, the right hand, Mat. 6.3; 27.39,
	et al.; τὰ δεξιά, sc. νέρη, the parts towards the right hand,
	the right hand side; καθίζειν, v. καθῆσθαι, v. ἑστάναι,
	ἐκ δεξιῶν (μερῶν) τινος, to sit or stand at the right hand of
	any one, to enjoy with any one the highest honour and dignity
	which he can bestow, Mat. 20.21; 26.64, et al.; εἶνοι ἐκ δεξιῶν
	(μερῶν) τινος, to be at one's right hand, to be one's helper,
	to afford aid to any one, Ac. 2.25; δεξιὰς (χεῖρας) διδόναι,
	to give the right hand to any one, as a pledge of sincerity in
	one's promises, Gal. 2.9.
Δέομαι,
    see δέω.
Δίον, οντος, τό, (part. of δεῖ)
    necessary, 1 Pe. 1.6; proper,right, Ac. 19.36. 1 Ti. 5.13.
Δέος, δέους, τό, (δείδω, to fear)
    fear, v.r. He. 12.28.
Δέρμα, ᾰτος, τό, (δέρω)
    the skin of an animal, He. 11.37:
	whence
Δερμάτῐνος, η, ον,
    made of skin, leathern, Mat. 3.4. Mar. 1.6.
Δέρω,
    f. δερῶ, a.1. ἔδειρα, 2. f. pass. δαρήσομια,
    to skin, flay; hence, to beat, scourge, Mat. 21.35.
	Mar. 12.3, 5; 13.9, et al.
Δεσμεύω, (δεσμός)
    f. εύσω,
    to bind, bind up, as a bundle, Mat. 23.4; to bind,
	confine, Ac. 22.4.
Δεσμέω, ῶ, (fr. same)
    f. ήσω,
    to bind, confine, i.q. δεσμεύω, Lu. 8.29. L.G.
Δεσμή, ῆς, ἡ (δέω)
    a bundle as of tares, Mat. 13.20.
Δεσμιος, ίου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    one bound, a prisoner, Mat. 27.15, 16. Mar. 15.6, et al,
Δεσμός, οῦ, ὁ, pl. τά δεσμά, & οἱ δεσμοἱ, (fr. same)
    a bond, any thing by which one is bound, a cord, chain,
	fetters, &c.; and by meton. imprisonment, Lu. 8.29.
	Ac. 16.26; 20.23, et al.; a string or ligament, as
	of the tongue, Mar. 7.35; met. an impediment, infirmity,
	Lu. 13.16.
Δεσμοφύλαξ, ᾰκος, ὁ, (δεσμός & φυλάσσω)
    a keeper of a prison, jailer, Ac. 16.23, 27, 36. (ῠ). L.G.
Δεσμωτήριον, ίου, τό, (δεσμόω)
    a prison, Mat. 11.2. Ac. 5.21, 23; 16.26.
Δεσμώτης, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a prisoner, i.q. δέσμιος, Ac. 27.1, 42.
Δεσπότης, ου, ὁ,
    a lord, master, especially of salves, 1 Ti. 6.1, 2.
	2 Ti. 2.21. Tit. 2.9. 1 Pe. 2.18; by impl. as denoting
	the possession of supreme authority, Lord, sovereign,
	used of God, Lu. 2.29. Ac. 4.24. Re. 6.10, and of Christ,
	2 Pe. 2.1. Jude 4.
Δεῦρο,
    adv. hither, here; used also as a sort of imperative,
	come, come hither! Mat. 19.21. Mar. 10.21, et al.;
	used of time, ἄχρι τοῦ δεῦρο, sc. χρόνου, to the present
	time, Ro. 1.13.
Δεῦτε, i.e. δεῦρ' ἴτε,
    an exclamation in the plural, of which the singular form
	is δεῦρο, come, Mat. 4.19; 11.28, et al.; as a particle
	of exhortation, incitement, &c., and followed by an
	imperative, come now, &c. Mat. 21.38; 28.6, et al.
Δευτεραῖος, αία, αῖον, (δεύτερος)
    on the second day of a certain state or process, and used
	as an epithet of the subject or agent, Ac. 28.13.
Δεύτερον, neut. of δεύτερος,
    used as an adv. the second time, again, Jno. 3.4;
	21.16, et al.
Δευτερόπρωτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, δεύτερος & πρῶτος)
    second-first, an epithet of uncertain meaning, but probably
	appropriated to the Sabbath following the first day of
	unleavened bread, Lu. 6.1. N.T.
Δεύτερος, α, ον, (δύο)
    second, Mat. 22.26, et al.; τὸ δεύτερον, again, the second
	time, another time, Jude 5; so ἐκ δευτέρου, Mat. 26.42,
	et al.; & ἐν τῷ δευτέρῳ, Ac. 7.13.
Δέχομαι,
    f. ξομαι, p. δέδεγμαι, a.1. ἐδεξάμην,
    to take into one's hands, &c. Lu. 2.28; 16.6, 7, et al.;
	to receive, Ac. 22.5; 28.21. Phi. 4.18; to receive into and
	retain, contain, Ac. 3.21; met. to receive by the hearing,
	learn, acquire a knowledge of, 2 Co. 11.4. Ja. 1.21;
	to receive, admit, grant access to, to receive kindly,
	welcome, Mat. 10.40, 41; 18.5, et al.; to receive in
	hospitality, entertain, Lu. 9.53. He. 11.31; to bear with,
	bear patiently, 2 Co. 11.16; met. to receive, approve,
	assent to, Mat. 11.14. Lu. 8.13. Ac. 8.14; 11.1, et al.;
	to admin, and by impl. to embrace, follow, 1 Co. 2.14.
	2 Co. 8.17, et al.
Δέω,
    f. δήσω, p. δέδεκα, a.1. ἔδησα, p. pass. δέδεμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐδέθην,
    to bind, tie, Mat. 13.30; 21.2, et al.; to bind, confine,
	Mat. 27.2; 14.3, et al.; to impede, hinder, 2 Ti. 2.9;
	to affect with disease, Lu. 13.16; to bind by a legal or
	moral tie, as marriage, Ro. 7.2. 1 Co. 7.27, 39;
	by impl. to impel, compel, Ac. 20.22; in N.T.,
	to pronounce or declare any thing to be binding or
	obligatory; or, to declare any thing prohibited and
	unlawful, Mat. 16.19; 18.18.
Δέω,
    f. δεήσω, a.1. ἐδέησα,
    to lack, fall short of;
    mid. δέομαι, f. δεήσομαι, a.1. ἐδεήθην,
    to be in want, to need; to ask, request, Mat. 9.38.
	Lu. 5.12; 8.23, 38, et al.; in N.T. absol. to pray, offer
	prayer, beseech, supplicate, Lu. 21.36; 22.32. Ac. 4.31;
	8.22, 24, et al.
Δή,
    a particle serving to add an intensity of expression
	to a term or clause. Its simplest and most ordinary uses
	are when it gives impressiveness to an affirmation,
	indeed, really, doubtless, Mat. 13.23. 2 Co. 12.1,
	or earnestness to a call, injunction or entreaty,
	Lu. 2.15. Ac. 13.2; 15.36. 1 Co. 6.20.
Δῆλος, η, ον,
    pr. clearly visible; plain, manifest, evident,
	Mat. 26.73. 1 Co. 15.27. Gal. 3.11. 1 Ti. 6.7:
	whence
Δηλόω, ῶ
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐδήλωσα,
    to render manifest or evident; to make known, to tell,
	relate, declare, 1 Co. 1.11. Col. 1.8; to show, point out,
	bring to light, 1 Co. 3.13, to intimate, signify,
	He. 9.8; 12.27; 1 Pe. 1.11.
Δημηγορέω, ῶ, (δῆμος, & ἀγορεύω)
    f. ήσω,
    to address a public assembly, to deliver an harangue or
	public oration, Ac. 12.21.
Δημιουργός, οῦ, ὁ, (δῆμος, & ἔργον)
    pr. one who labours for the public, or, exercises some
	public calling; an architect, especially the Divine
	Architect of the universe, He. 11.10.
Δῆμος, ου, ὁ,
    the people, Ac. 12.22; 17.5; 19.30, 33:
	whence
Δημόσιος, ία, ον,
    public, belonging to the public, Ac. 5.18; δημοσίᾳ,
	publicly, Ac. 16.37; 18.28; 20.20.
Δηνάριον, ίου, τό,
    Lat. denarius, a Roman silver coin. The silver denarius
	was at first equivalent to about 8 ½d. of English money,
	declining, under the empire, to about 7 ½d., and was
	therefore somewhat less than the Greek δραχμή. The name
	originally imported ten ases.
Δήποτε,
    an intensive combination of the particle δή with πότε;
	which see; as an intensive, Jno. 5.4.
Δήπου,
    see που.
Διά,
    prep., with a genitive, through, used of place or medium,
	Mat. 7.13. Lu. 6.1. 2 Co. 11.33. et al.; through, of time,
	during, in the course of, He. 2.15. Ac. 5.19, et al.;
	through, of immediate agency, causation, instrumentality,
	by means of, by, Jno. 1.3. Ac. 3.18, et al.; of means or
	manner, throught, by, with Lu. 8.4. 2 Co. 5.7; 8.8, et al.;
	of state or condition, in a state of, Ro. 4.11, et al.;
    with an accusative, used of causation which is not direct
	and immediate in the production of a result, on account of,
	because of, for the sake of, with a view to, Mar. 2.27.
	Jno. 1.31, et al.; rearely, through, while subjected to
	a state of untoward circumstances, Gal. 4.13.
Διαβαίνω, (διά & βαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι, a.2 διέβην,
    to pass through or over, Lu. 16.26. Ac. 16.9. He. 11.29.
Διαβάλλω, (διά & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ,
    to throw or convey through or over to thrust through;
	to defame, to inform against, Lu. 16.1.
Διαβεβαιόομαι, (διά & βεβαιόω)
    to assert strongly, asseverate, 1 Ti. 1.7. Tit. 3.8.
Διαβλέπω, (διά & βλέπω)
    f. ψω,
    to look through; to view steadily; to see clearly or
	steadily, Mat. 7.5. Lu. 6.42.
Διάβολος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (διαβάλλω)
    to calumniator, slanderer, 1 Ti. 3.11. 2 Ti. 3.3. Tit. 2.3;
	a treacherous informer, traitor, Jno. 6.70; ὁ διάβολος,
	the devil.
Διαγγέλλω, (διά & ἀγγέλλω)
    f. γελῶ, a.1. διήγγειλα, a.2. pass διηγγέλην,
    to publish abroad, Lu. 9.60. Ro. 9.17; to certify to the
	public, Ac. 21.26; to tell, announce, give notice of, divulge,
	publish abroad, Ac. 21.26; to declare, promulgate, teach,
	Lu. 9.60; fr. the Heb. to celebrate, priase, Ro. 9.17.
Διαγίηομαι, (διά & γίνομαι)
    f. γενήσομαι, a.2. διεγενόμην,
    to continue through; to intervene, elapse, Mar. 16.1.
	Ac. 25.13; 27.9.
Διαγινώσκω, (διά & γινώσκω)
    f. γνώσομαι,
    pr. to distinguish; to resolve determinately; to examine,
	inquire into, judicially, Ac. 23.15; 24.22.
Διαγνωρίζω, (διά & γνωρίζω
    f. ίσω,
    to tell abroad, publish, Lu. 2.17. N.T.
Διάγνωσις, εως, ἡ (διαγινώσκω)
    pr. an act of distingishing or discernment; a determination;
	examination judicially, hearing, trial, Ac. 25.21.
Διαγογγύζω, (διά & γογγύζω)
    f. ύσω,
    to murmur, mutter, Lu. 15.2; 19.7. L.G.
Διαγρηγορέω, ῶ (διά & γρηγορέω)
    to remain awake; to wake thoroughly, Lu. 9.32. L.G.
Διάγω, (διά & ἄγω)
    f. ξω,
    to conduct or carry through or over; to pass or spend
	time, live, 1 Ti. 2.2. Tit. 3.3.
Διαδέχομαι, (διά & δέχομαι)
    f. δέξομαι,
    to receive by transmission; to receive by succession,
	Ac. 7.45.
Διάδημα, ατος, τό, (διαδέω, διά & δέω)
    pr. a band or fillet; a diadem, the badge of a sovereign,
	Re. 12.3; 13.1; 19.12
Διαδίδωμι, (διά & δίδωμι)
    f. δώσω, a.1. διέδωκα,
    to deliver from hand to hand; to distribute, divide,
	Lu. 11.22; 18.22. Jno. 6.11. Ac. 4.35.
Διάδοχος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (διαδέχομαι)
    a successor, Ac. 24.27.
Διαζώννῡμι, v. ζωννύω, (διά & ζώννυμι)
    f. ζώσω, p. pass. διέζωσμαι,
    to gird firmly round, Jno. 13.4, 5; mid. to gird round
	one's self, Jno. 21.7.
Διαθήκη, ης, ἡ, (διατίθημι)
    a testamentary disposition, will; a covenant,
	He. 9.16, 17. Gal. 3.15; in N.T., a covenant of God with men,
	Gal. 3.17; 4.24. He. 9.4. Mat. 26.28, et al.; the writings
	of the old conenant, 2 Co. 3.14.
Διαίρεσις, εως, ἡ,
    a division; a distinction, differenc, diversity,
	1 Co. 12.4, 5, 6:
	from
Διαιρέω, ῶ, (διά & αἰρέω)
    f. ήσω, a.2. διεῖλον,
    to divide, to divide out, distribute, Lu. 15.12. 1 Co. 12.11.
Διακαθαρίζω, (διά & καθαρίζω)
    f. ιῶ,
    to cleanse thoroughly, Mat. 3.12. Lu. 3.17. N.T.
Διακατελέγχομαι, (διά, κατά, & ἐλέγχομαι)
    f. έγξομαι,
    to confute strenuously or thoroughly, Ac. 18.28. N.T.
Διᾱκονέω, ῶ, (διάκονος)
    f. ήσω, imperf. ἐδιακόνουν, a.1. ἐδιακόνησα, p. δεδιακόνηκα,
	but later, διηκόνουν, διηκόνηας, δεδιηκόνηκα,
    to wait, attend upon, serve, Mat. 8.15. Mar. 1.31.
	Lu. 4.39, et al.; to be an attendant or assistant,
	Ac. 19.22; to perform a service by commission, 2 Co. 3.3.
	1 Pe. 1.12; to minister to another's necessities, relieve,
	assist, or supply with the necessaries of life, provide the
	means of living, Mat. 4.11; 27.55. Mar. 1.13; 15.41. Lu. 8.3;
	to fill the office of διάκονος, deacon, perform the duties
	of that office, 1 Ti. 3.10, 13. 1 Pe. 4.11; to collect and
	make distribution of alms, Ro. 15.25. 2 Co. 8.19, 20. He. 6.10.
Διακονία, ας, ἡ,
    serving, service, waiting, attendance, the act of rendering
	friendly offices, Lu. 10.40. 2 Ti. 4.11. He. 1.14; relief,
	aid, Ac. 6.1; 11.29. 2 Co. 8.4; 9.1, 12, 13; a commission,
	Ac. 12.25. Ro. 15.31; a commission or ministry in the
	service of the Gospel, 42Ac. 1.17, 25; 20.24. Ro. 11.13.
	2 Co. 4.1; 5.18. 1 Ti. 1.12; service in the Gospel, Ac. 6.4; 21.19.
	1 Co. 16.15. 2 Co. 6.3; 11.8. Ep. 4.12. Re. 2.19; a function,
	ministry, or office in the church, Ro. 12.7. 1 Co. 12.5.
	Col. 4.17. 2 Ti. 4.5; a ministering in the conveyance of a
	revelation from God, 2 Co. 3.7, 8, 9.
Διάκονος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    one who renders service to another, an attendant, servant,
	Mat. 20.26; 22.13. Jno. 2.5, 9, et al.; one who executes a
	commission, a deputy, Ro. 13.4; 15.8. Χριστοῦ, Θεοῦ, ἐν κυριῳ, &c.
	a religious instructor, preacher of the gospel, 1 Co. 3.5.
	2 Co. 3.6; 6.4, et al.; a follower, disciple, Jno. 12.26; a
	deacon or deaconess, whose official duty was to superintend
	the alms of the church, with other kindred services, Ro. 16.1.
	Phi. 1.1. 1 Ti. 3.8, 12. (ᾱ).
Διᾱκόσιοι, αι, α,
    two hundred, Mar. 6.37. Jno. 6.7, et al.
Διακούω, (διά & ἀκούω)
    f. ούσομαι,
    to hear a thing through; to hear judicially, Ac. 23.35.
Διακρίνω, (διά & κρίνω)
    f. ῐνῶ,
    to separate, sever; to make a distinction or difference,
	Ac. 15.9. 1 Co. 11.29; to make to differ, distinguish, prefer,
	confer a superiority, 1 Co. 4.7; to exame, scrutinise, estimate,
	1 Co. 11.31; 14.29; to discern, discriminate, Mat. 16.3;
	to judge, hear and decide a cause, 1 Co. 6.5;
	mid. διακρίνομαι, a.1. διεκρίθην, to dispute, contend,
	Ac. 11.2. Jude 9; to make a distinction mentally, Ja. 2.4.
	Jude 22; in N.T., to hesitate, be in doubt, doubt, Mat. 21.21.
	Mar. 11.23, et al.:
	whence
Διάκρῐσις, εως, ἡ,
    a separation; a distinction, or, doubt, Ro. 14.1; a discerning,
	the act of discerning or distinguishing, He. 5.14; the faculty
	of distinguishing and estimating, 1 Co. 12.10.
Διακωλύω, (διά & κωλύω)
    f. ύσω,
    to hinder, restrain, prohibit, Mat. 3.14. (ῡ).
Διαλαλέω, ῶ, (διά & λαλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to talk with; by impl. to consult, deliberate, Lu. 6.11;
	to divulge, publish, spread by rumour, Lu. 1.65
Διαλέγομαι, (διά & λέγω)
    f. λέξομαι, a.1. διελέχθην,
    to discourse, reason, argue, Ac. 17.2, 17; 24.12, et al.;
	to address, speak to, He. 12.5; to contend, dispute,
	Mar. 9.34. Jude 9.
Διαλείπω, (διά & λείπω)
    f. ψω, a.2. διέλιπον,
    to leave an interval; to intermit, cease, Lu. 7.45.
Διάλεκτος, ου, ἡ,
    speech; manner of speaking; peculiar language of a nation,
	dialect, vernacular idiom, Ac. 1.19; 2.6, 8; 21.40; 22.2; 26.14.
Διαλλάσσω, (διά & ἀλλάσσω)
    to change, exchange; pass. διαλλάσσομαι, a.2. διηλλάγην,
	to be reconciled to another, Mat. 5.24.
Διαλογίζομαι, (διά & λογίζομαι)
    f. ίσομαι,
    pr. to make a settlement of accounts; to reason, deliberate,
	ponder, consider, Mat. 16.7, 8. Mar. 2.6, 8. Jno. 11.50, et al.;
	to dispute, contend, Mar. 9.33:
	whence
Διαλογισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    reasoning, ratiocination, thought, cogitation, purpose,
	Mat. 15.19. Mar. 7.21, et al.; discourse, dispute,
	disputation, contention, Lu. 9.46, et al.; doubt,
	hesitation, scruple, Lu. 24.38.
Διαλύω, (διά & λύω)
    f. ύσω,
    to dissolve, dissipate, disperse, Ac. 5.36.
Διαμαρτύρομαι, (διά & μαρτύρομαι)
    f. ροῦμαι, a.1. διεμαρτυράμην,
    to make solemn affirmation, protest; to charge, exhort
	with entreaty, admonish solemnly, Lu. 16.28. Ac. 2.40, et al.;
	to testify or teach earnestly, enforce publicly, Ac. 8.25;
	18.5, et al. (ῡ).
Διαμάχομαι, (διά & μάχομαι)
    f. χέσομαι, οῦμαι,
    to fight out, to fight resolutely; met. to contend vehemently,
	insist, Ac. 23.9.
Διαμέηω, (διά & μένω)
    f. ενῶ, a.1. διέμεινα, p. διαμενένηκα,
    to continue throughout; to continue, be permanent or unchanged,
	Lu. 1.22. Gal. 2.5. He. 1.11. 2 Pe. 3.4; to continue, remain
	constant, Lu. 22.28.
Διαμερίζω, (διά & μερίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to divide into parts and distribute, Mat. 27.35. Mar. 15.24.
	Ac. 2.3, et al.; pass. in N.T., to be in a state of dissension,
	Lu. 11.17, 18; 12.52, 53:
	whence
Διαμερισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    43division; met. in N.T., disunion, dissension, Lu. 12.51. L.G.
Διανέμω, (διά & νέμω)
    f. εμῶ, a.1. pass. διενεμήθην,
    to distribute; to divulge, spread abroad, Ac. 4.17.
Διανεύω, (διά & νεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to signify by a nod, beckon, make signs, Lu. 1.22. L.G.
Διανόημα, ατος, τό, (διανοέμαι, to turn over in the mind, think,
	fr. διά & νοέω)
    thought, Lu. 11.17.
Διάνοια, ας, ἡ, (fr. same)
    pr. thought, intention; the mind, intellect, understanding,
	Mat. 22.37. Mar. 12.30. Lu. 10.17, et al.; an operation of
	the understanding, thought, imagination, Lu. 1.51; insight,
	comprehension, 1 Jno. 5.20; mode of thinking and feeling,
	disposition of mind and heart, the affections, Ep. 2.3.
	Col. 1.21.
Διανοίγω, (διά & ἀνοίγω)
    f. οἰξω,
    to open, Mar. 7.34, 35. Lu. 2.23; 24.31; met. to open the
	sense of a thing, explain, expound, Lu. 24.32. Ac. 17.3;
	διανοίγειν τὸν νοῦν, τὴν καρδίαν, to open the mind, the
	heart, so as to understand and receive, Lu. 24.45.
	Ac. 16.14.
Διανυκτερεύω, (διά & νύξ)
    f. εύσω,
    to pass the night, spend the whole night, Lu. 6.12.
Διανύω, (διά & ἀνύω, to accomplish)
    f. ύσω,
    to complete, finish, Ac. 21.7. (ῠ)
Διαπαντός, (i.e. δια παντός)
    through all time, throughout; always, Mar. 5.5, et al.;
	continually by stated routine, Lu. 24.53. He. 9.6.
Διαπαρατρῐβή, ῆς, ἡ, (διά & παρατριβἠ, collision, altercation,
	fr. παρατρίβω, to rub against, παρά & τρίβω)
    pertinacious disputation, v.r. 1 Ti. 6.5. N.T.
Διαπεράω, ῶ (διά & περάω)
    f. άσω,
    to pass through or over, Mat. 9.1; 14.34. Mar. 5.21, et al. (ᾱ)
Διαπλέω, (διά & πλέω)
    f. εύσομαι, a.1. διάπλευσα,
    to sail through or over, Ac. 27.5.
Διαπονέομαι, οῦμαι, (διαπονέω, to elaborate, fr. διά & πονέω)
    f. ήσομαι, a.1. διεπονήθην,
    pr. to be thoroughly exercised with labour; to be wearied;
	to be vexed, Ac. 4.2; 16.18.
Διαπορεύομαι, (διά & πορεύομαι)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to go or pass through, Lu. 6.1; 13.22. Ac. 16.4; to pass by,
	Lu. 18.36, i.q. παρέρχομαι, v. 37.
Διαπορέω, ῶ, (διά & ἀπορέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to be utterly at a loss; to be in doubt and perplexity,
	Lu. 9.7; 24.4, et al.
Διαπραγματεύομαι, (διά & πραγματεύομαι)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to dispatch a matter thoroughly; to make profit in business,
	gain in trade, Lu. 19.15.
Διαπρίω, (διά & πρίω)
    f. ίσω,
    to divide with a saw, saw asunder; to grate the teeth in a rage;
	pass. met. to be cut to the heart, to be enraged, Ac. 5.33; 7.54. (ῑ)
Διαρθρόω, ῶ, (διά & ἄρθρον, a joint)
    f. ώσω, & διαρθροῦμαι, a.1. διηρθρώθην,
    to articulate, speak distinctly, v.r. Lu. 1.64.
Διαρπάζω, (διά & ἁρπάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to plunder, spoil, pillage, Mat. 12.29, bis. Mar. 3.27, bis.
Διαῤῥήγνῡμι & διαῤῥήσσω, (διά & ῥήγνυμι)
    f. ήξω,
    to break asunder, rend, tear, burst, Mat. 26.65, et al.
Διασαφέω, ῶ, (διά & σαφής, manifest)
    f. ήσω, a.1. διεσάφησα,
    to make known, declare, tell plainly, or fully. Mat. 18.31.
Διασείω, (διά & σείω)
    f. σω,
    pr. to shake thoroughly or violently; to harass, intimidate,
	extort from, Lu. 3.14.
Διασκορπίζω, (διά & σκορπίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to disperse, scatter, Mat. 26.31. Mar. 14.27, et al.;
	to dissipate, waste, Lu. 15.13; 16.1; to winnow, or,
	to strew, Mat. 25.24, 26. L.G.
Διασπάω, ῶ, (διά & σπάω)
    f. άσομαι, p. pass. διέσπασμαι, a.1. pass. διεσπάσθην,
    to pull or tear asunder or in pieces, burst, Mar. 5.4.
	Ac. 23.10. (ᾰ).
Διασπείρω, (διά & σπείρω)
    f. ερῶ, a.2. p. pass διεσπάρην,
    to scatter abroad or in every direction, as seed; to
	disperse, Ac. 8.1, 4; 11.19:
	whence
Διασπορά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    pr. a scattering as of seed; dispersion; in N.T.,
	meton. the dispersed portion of the Jews, specially
	termed the dispersion, Jno. 7.35. Ja. 1.1.
	1 Pe. 1.1. L.G.
Διαστέλλω, (διά & στέλλω)
    to separate, distinguish;
	mid. διαστέλλομαι, a.1. διεστειλάμην,
	to determine, issue a decision; to state or explain
	distinctly and accurately; hence, to admonish, direct, c
	harge, command, Ac. 15.24. He. 12.20; when followed by
	a negative clause, to interdict, prohibit, Mat. 16.20.
	Mar. 5.43, et al.
Διάστημα, ατος, τό, (διΐστημι)
    interval, space, distance, Ac. 5.7.
Διαστολή, ῆς, ἡ (διαστέλλω)
    distinction, difference, Ro. 3.22; 10.12.
	1 Co. 14.7. L.G.
Διαστρέφω, (διά & στρέφω)
    f. ψω, p. pass. διέστραμμαι,
    to distort, turn awry; met. to pervert, corrupt,
	Mat. 17.17. Lu. 9.41, et al.; to turn out of the way,
	cause to make defection, Lu. 23.2. Ac. 13.8;
	διεστραμμένος, perverse, corrupt, erroneous.
Διασώζω, (διά & σώζω)
    f. σῶσω, a.1. pass. διασώθην,
    to bring safe through; to convey in safety, Ac. 23.24;
	pass. to reach a place or state of safety, Ac. 27.44; 28.1, 4.
	1 Pe. 3.20; to heal, to restore to health, Mat. 14.36. Lu. 7.3.
Διατᾰγή, ῆς, ἡ, (διατάσσω)
    an injunction, institute, ordiance, Ro. 13.2. Ac. 7.53. L.G.
Διάταγμα, ατος, τό, (fr. same)
    a mandate, commandment, ordinance, He. 11.23. L.G.
Διαταράσσω, (διά & ταράσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to throw into a state of perturbation, to move or trouble
	greatly, Lu. 1.29.
Διατάσσω, (διά & τάσσω)
    f. ξω, & mid. διατάσσομαι,
    pr. to arrange, make a precise arrangement; to prescribe,
	1 Co. 11.34; 16.1. Tit. 1.5; to direct, Lu. 8.55. Ac. 20.13;
	to charge, Mat. 11.1; to command, Ac. 18.2, et al.; to ordain,
	Gal. 3.19.
Διατελέω, ῶ, (διά & τελέω)
    f. έσω,
    to complete, finish; intrans. to continue, persevere, in a
	certain state or course of action, Ac. 27.33.
Διατηρέω, ῶ, (διά & τηρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to watch carefully, guard with vigilance; to treasure up,
	Lu. 2.51; εαυτὸν ἐκ, to keep one's self from, to abstain
	wholly from, Ac. 15.29.
Διατί, i.e. διὰ τί,
    interrog. for what? why? wherefore? Mat. 9.14; 13.16.
	Lu. 19.23, 31.
Διατίθημι, (διά & τίθημι)
    to arrange; mid. διατίθεμαι, f. θήσομαι, a.2. διεθέμην,
	to arrange according to one's own mind; to make a disposition,
	to make a will; to settle the terms of a convenant, to ratify,
	Ac. 3.25. He. 8.10; 10.16; to assign, Lu. 22.29.
Διατρίβω, (διά & τρίβω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to rub, wear away by friction; met. to pass or spend time,
	to remain, stay, tarry, continue, Jno. 3.22; 11:54.
	Ac. 12.19; 14.3, 28, et al. (ῑ).
Διατροφή, ῆς, ἡ, (διατρέφω, to nourish)
    food, sustenance, 1 Ti. 6.8.
Διαυγάζω, (διά & αὐγάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to shine through, shine out, dawn, 2 Pe. 1.19. L.G.
Διαυγής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (διά & αὐγή)
    translucent, transparent, pellucid, v.r. Re. 21.21.
Διαφᾰνής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ (διαφαίνω, to show through)
    transparent, pellucid, Re. 21.21.
Διαφέρω, (διά & φέρω)
    f. οίσω, a.1. ήνεγκα, a.2. ήνεγκον,
    to convey through, across, Mar. 11.16; to carry different
	ways or into different parts, separate; pass. to be borne,
	driven, or tossed hither and thither, Ac. 27.27; to be
	promulated, proclaimed, published, Ac. 13.49;
	intrans. Met. to differ, 1 Co. 15.41; to excel, be better
	or of greater value, be superior, Mat. 6.26; 10.31, et al.;
	impers. διαφέρει, it makes a difference, it is of consequence;
	with οὐδέν, it makes no difference, it is nothing, Gal. 2.6.
Διαφεύγω, (διά & φεύγω)
    f. ξομαι, a.2. διέφυγον,
    to flee through, escape by flight, Ac. 27.42.
Διαφημίζω, (διά & φημή)
    f. ίσω, a.1. διεφήμισα,
    to report, proclaim, pulblish, spread abroad, Mat. 9.31; 28.15.
	Mar. 1.45.
Διαφθείρω, (διά & φθείρω)
    f. φθερῶ, a.1. διέφθειρα, p. διέφθαρκα, a.2. pass. διεφθάρην,
	p. pass. διέφθαρμαι,
    to corrupt or destroy utterly; to waste, bring to decay,
	Lu. 12.33. 2 Co. 4.16; to destroy, Re. 8.9; 11.18;
	met. to corrupt, pervert utterly, 1 Ti. 6.5:
	whence
Διαφθορά, ᾶς, ἡ
    corruption, dissolution, Ac. 2.27, 31; 13.34, 35, 36, 37.
Διάφορος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (διαφέρω)
    different, diverse, of different kinds, Ro. 12.6. He. 9.10;
	excellent, superior, He. 1.4; 8.6.
Διαφυλάσσω, (διά & φυλάσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to keep or guard carefully or with vigilance; to gard,
	protect, Lu. 4.10.
Διαχειρίζω & διαχειρίζομαι, (διά & χείρ)
    pr. to have in the hands, to manage; mid., later, to kill,
	Ac. 5.30; 26.21.
Διαχλευάζω, (διά & χλευάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to jeer outright, deride, v.r. Ac. 2.13.
Διαχωρίζομαι, (mid. of διαχωρίζω, to separate, fr. διά & χωρίζω)
    to depart, go away, Lu. 9.33.
Διδακτικός, ή, όν, (διδάσκω)
    apt or qualified to teach, 1 Ti. 3.2. 2 Ti. 2.24. N.T.
Διδακτός, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    pr. taught, teachable, of things; in N.T., taught, of persons,
	Jno. 6.45. 1 Co. 2.13.
Διδασκαλία, ας, ἡ,
    the act or occupation of teaching, Ro. 12..7. 1 Ti. 4.13, et al.;
	information, instruction, Ro. 15.4. 2 Ti. 3.16;
	matter taught, precepts, doctrine, Mat. 15.9. 1 Ti. 1.10, et al.:
	from
Διδάσκᾰλος, ου, ὀ,
    a teacher, master, Ro. 2.20, et al.; in N.T. as an equivalent
	to ῤαββί, Jno. 1.39, et al.
Διδάσκω,
    f. διδάξω, p. δεδίδαχα, a.1. ἐδίδαξα, a.1. pass. ἐδιδάχθην,
    to teach, Mat. 4.23; 22.16, et al.; to teach or speak in a public
	assembly, 1 Ti. 2.12; to direct, admonish, Mat. 28.15. Ro. 2.21,
	et al.:
	whence
Διδαχή, ῆς, ἡ,
    instruction, the giving of instruction, teaching,
	Mar. 4.2; 12.38, et al.; instruction, what is taught,
	doctrine, Mat. 16.12. Jno. 7.16, 17, et al.;
	meton. mode of teaching and kind of doctrine taught,
	Mat. 7.28. Mar. 1.27.
Δίδραχμον, ου, τό, (δίς & δραχμή)
    a didrachmon, or double drachm, a silver coin equal to the
	drachm of Alexandria, to two Attic drachms, to two Roman
	denarii, and to the half-shekel of the Jews, in value about
	15d. halfpenny of our money, Mat. 7.24. bis.
Διδῠμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (δύο)
    twofold, a twin; the Greek equivalent to the name Thomas,
	Jno. 11.16; 20.24; 21.2.
Δίδωμι,
    f. δώσω, p. δέδωκα, a.1. ἔδωκα, a.2. ἔδων, p. pass. δέδομαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐδόθην,
    to give, bestow, present, Mat. 4.9; 6.11. Jno. 3.16; 17.2,
	et al. freq.; to give, cast, throw, Mat. 7.6; to supply,
	suggest, Mat. 10.19. Mar. 13.11; to distribute alms, Mat. 19.21.
	Lu. 11.41, et al.; to pay tribute, &c. Mat. 22.17. Mar. 12.14.
	Lu. 20.22; to be the author or source of a thing, Lu. 12.51.
	Ro. 11.8, et al.; to grant, permit, allow, Ac. 2.27; 13.35.
	Mat. 13.11; 19.11, et al.; to deliver to, intrust, commit to
	the charge of any one, Mat. 25.15. Mar. 12.9, et al.; to give
	or deliver up, Lu. 22.19. Jno. 6.51, et al.; to reveal, teach,
	Ac. 7.38; to appoint, constitute, Ep. 1.22; 4.11; to consecrate,
	devote, offer in sacrifice, 2 Co. 8.5. Gal. 1.4. Re. 8.3, et al.;
	to present, expose one's self in a place, Ac. 19.31; to recompense,
	Re. 2.23; to attribute, ascribe, Jno. 9.24. Re. 11.13;
	fr. the Heb. to place, put, infix, inscribe, He. 8.10; 10.16, et al.;
	to infix, impress, 2 Co. 12.7. Re. 13.16; to inflict, Jno. 18.22; 19.3.
	2 Thes. 1.8; to give in charge, assign, Jno. 5.36; 17.4. Re. 9.5;
	to exhibit, put forth, Mat. 24.24. Ac. 2.19; to yield, bear fruit,
	Mat. 13.8; διδόναι ἐργασίαν, operam dare, to endeavour, strive,
	Lu. 12.58; διδόναι ἀπόκρισιν, responsum dare, to answer, reply,
	Jno. 1.22; διδόναι τόπον, locum dare, to give place, yield,
	Lu. 14.9. Ro. 12.19.
Διεγείρω, (διά & ἐγείρω)
    f. δειγερῶ, a.1. pass. διηγέρθην,
    to arouse or awake thoroughly, Mat. 1.24. Mar. 4.38, 39. Lu. 8.24;
	pass. to be raised, excited, agitated, as a sea, Jno. 6.18;
	met. to stir up, arouse, animate, 2 Pe. 1.13; 3.1.
Διενθυμέομαι, οῦμαι, (διά & ἐνθυμέομαι)
    to revolve thoroughly in the mind, consider carefully,
	v.r. Ac. 10.19. L.G.
Διέξοδος, ου, ἡ, (διά & ἔξοδος)
    a passage throughout; a line of road, a thoroughfare, Mat. 22.9.
Διερμηνευτής, οῦ, ὁ,
    an interpreter, 1 Co. 14.28: (L.G.) from
Διερμηνεύω, a late compound used as an equivlent to the simple ἑρμηνεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to explain, interpret, translate, Lu. 24.27. Ac. 9.36.
	1 Co. 14.5, 13, 27; to be able to interpret, 1 Co. 12.30.
Διέρχομαι, (διά & ἔρχομαι)
    f. ελεύσομαι, a.2. διῆλθον,
    to pass through, Mar. 10.25. Lu. 4.30, et al.; to pass over,
	cross, Mar. 4.35. Lu. 8.22; to pass along, Lu. 19.4; to proceed,
	Lu. 2.15. Ac. 9.38, et al.; to travel through or over a country,
	wander about, Mat. 12.43. Lu. 9.6, et al.; to transfix, pierce,
	Lu. 2.35; to spread abroad, be prevalent, as a rumour, Lu. 5.15;
	met. to extend to, Ro. 5.12.
Διερωτάω, ῶ, (διά & ἐρωτάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to sift by questionings, of persons; in N.T., of things, to
	ascertain by inquiry, Ac. 10.17.
Διετής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές, (δίς & ἔτος)
    of two years; of the age of two years, Mat. 2.16:
	whence
Διετία, ας, ἡ,
    the space of two years, biennium, Ac. 24.27; 28.30. N.T.
Διηγέομαι, οῦμαι, (διά & ἡγέομαι)
    f.ήσομαι,
    pr. to lead throughout; to declare thoroughly, detail,
	recount, relate, tell, Mar. 5.16; 9.9. Lu. 8.39. Ac. 8.33.
	He. 11.32, et al.:
	whence
Διήγησις, εως, ἡ,
    a narration, relation, history, Lu. 1.1
Διηνεκής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές, (διά & ἠνεκής, extended, prolonged)
    continuous, uninterrupted; εἰς τὸ διηνεκές, perpetually,
	He. 7.3; 10.1, 12, 14.
Διθάλασσος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (δίς & θάλασσα)
    bimaris, washed on both sides by the sea; τόπος διθάλασσος,
	a shoal or sand bank formed by the confluence of opposite
	currents, Ac. 27.41. L.G.
Διϊκνέομαι, οῦμαι, (διά & ἱκνέομαι)
    f. ίξομαι,
    to go or pass through; to penetrate, He. 4.12.
Διΐστημι, (διά & ἵστημι)
    f. διαστήσω,
    to set at an interval, apart; to station at an interval from a
	former position, Ac. 27.28; intrans. a.2. διέστην, to stand
	apart; to depart, be parted, Lu. 24.51; of time, to intervene,
	be interposed, Lu. 22.59.
Διϊσχυρίζομαι, (διά & ἰσχυρίζομαι, fr. ἰσχυρός)
    f. ίσομαι,
    to feel or express reliance; to affirm confidently,
	asseverate, Lu. 22.59. Ac. 12.15.
Δικαιοκρισία, ας, ἡ, (δίκαιος & κρίσις)
    just or righteous judgment, Ro. 2.5. S.
Δίκαιος, αία, αιον,
    used of things, just equitable, fair, Mat. 20.4. Lu. 12.57.
	Jno. 5.30. Col. 4.1, et al.; of persons, just, righteous,
	absolutely, Jno. 17.25. Ro. 3.10, 26. 2 Ti. 4.8. 1 Pe. 3.18.
	1 Jno. 1.9; 2.1, 29. Re. 16.5; righteous by account and
	acceptance, Ro. 2.13; 5.19, et al.; in ordinary usage, just,
	upright, innocent, pious, Mat. 5.45; 9.13, et al. freq.;
	ὁ δίκαιος, the Just One, one of the distinctive titles of
	the Messiah, Ac. 3.14; 7.52; 22.14:
	whence
Δικαιοσύνη, ης, ἡ,
    fair and equitable dealing, justice, Ac. 17.31. He. 11.33.
	Ro. 9.28; rectitude, virtue, Lu. 1.75. Ep. 5.9; in N.T.,
	generosity, alms, 2 Co. 9.10. v.r. Mat. 6.1; piety, godliness,
	Ro. 6.13, et al.; investiture with the attribute of
	righteousness, acceptance as righteous, justification,
	Ro. 4.11; 10.4, et al. freq.; a provision or means for
	justification, Ro. 1.17. 2 Co. 3.9, et al.; an instance
	of justification. 2 Co. 5.21.
Δικαιόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσομαι, & ώσω, a.1. ἐδικαίωσα, p. pass. δεδικαίωμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐδικαιώθην,
    pr. to make or render right or just; mid. to act with
	justice, R. 22.11; to avouch to be a good and true, to
	vindicate, Mat. 11.19. Lu. 7.29, et al.; to set forth as
	good and just, Lu. 10.29; 16.15; in N.T., to hold as
	guiltless, to accept as righteous, to justify,
	Ro. 3.26, 30, 4.5; 8.30, 33, et al.; pass.to be held
	acquit, to be cleared, Ac. 13.39. Ro. 3.24; 6.7; to be
	approved, to stand approved, to stand accepted,
	Ro. 2.13; 3.20, 28, et al.:
	whence
Δικαίωμα, ατος, τό,
    pr. a rightful act, act of justice, equity; a sentence,
	of condemnation, Re. 15.4; in N.T., of acquittal,
	justification, Ro. 5.16; a decree, law, ordinance,
	Lu. 1.6. Ro. 1.32; 2.26; 8.4. He. 9.1, 10; a meritorious
	act, perfect righteousness, Ro. 5.18; state of righteousness,
	Re. 19.8.
Δικαίως,
    adv. justly, with strict justice, 1 Pe. 2.23; desevedly,
	Lu. 23.41; as it is right, fit or proper, 1 Co. 15.34;
	uprightly, honestly, piously, religiously, 1 Thes. 2.10.
	Tit. 2.12.
Δικαίωσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. a making right or just; a declaration of right or
	justice; a judicial sentence; in N.T., acquittal, acceptance,
	justification, Ro. 4.25; 5.18.
Δικαστής, οῦ, ὁ, (δικάζω, to judge, fr. δίκη)
    a judge, Lu. 12.14. Ac. 7.27, 35.
Δίκη, ης, ἡ,
    right, justice; in N.T., judicial punishment, vengeance,
	2 Thes. 1.9. Jude 7; sentence of punishment, judgment,
	Ac. 25.15; personified, the goddess of justice or vengeance,
	Nemesis, Pœna, Ac. 28.4.
Δίκτῠον, ου, τό,
    a net, fishing-net, Mat. 4.20, 21. et al.
Δίλογος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (δίς & λόγος)
    pr. saying the same thing twice; in N.T., double-tongued,
	speaking one thing and meaning another, deceitful in words,
	1 Ti. 3.8. N.T.
Διό, (i.e. δι' ὅ)
    on which account, wherefore, therefore, Mat. 27.8.
	1 Co. 12.3, et al.
Διοδεύω, (διά & ὁδεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to travel through a place, traverse, Lu. 8.1. Ac. 17.1. L.G.
Διόπερ, strengthened from διό,
    conj. on this very account, for this very reason, wherefore,
	1 Co. 8.13; 10.14; 14.13.
Διοπετής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, τό -ές, (Ζεύς, Διός, & πίπτω)
    which fell from Jupiter, or heaven; τοῦ διαπετοῦς, sc.
	ἀγάλματος, Ac. 19.35.
Διόρθωμα, ατος, τό, (διορθόω, to correct, fr. διά & ὀρθόω,
	to make straight, fr. ὀρθός)
    correction, emendation, reformation, v.r. Ac. 24.3.
Διόρθωσις, εως, ἡ, (fr. same)
    a complete rectification, reformation, He. 9.10.
Διαρύσσω, (διά & ὀρύσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to dig or break through, Mat. 6.19, 20; 24.43. Lu. 12.39.
Διόσκουροι, v. διόσκοροι, ων, οἱ, (Ζεύς, Διός, & κοῦρος, a youth)
    the Dioscuri, Castor & Pollux, sons of Jupiter by Leda, and
	patrons of sailors, Ac. 28.11.
Διότι, (διά, ὅτι)
    conj. on the account that, because, Lu. 2.7; 21.28; in as
	much as, Lu. 1.13. Ac. 18.10, et al.
Διπλόος, οῦς, όη, ῆ, όον, οῦν,
    double, Mat. 23.15. 1 Ti. 5.17. Re. 18.6:
	whence
Διπλόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐδίπλωσα,
    to double; to render back double, Re. 18.6.
Δίς, (δύο)
    adv. twice, Mar. 14.30, 72, et al.; in the sense of entirely,
	utterly, Jude 12; ἀπαξ καὶ δίς, once and again, repeatedly,
	Phi. 4.16.
Διστάζω, (δίς)
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐδίστασα,
    to doubt, waver, hesitate, Mat. 14.31; 28.17.
Δίσταομος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (δίς & στόμα)
    pr. having two mouths; two-edged, He. 4.12. Re. 1.16; 2.12.
Δισχίλιοι, αι, α, (δίς & χίλιοι)
    two thousand, Mar. 5.13. (ῑ)
Διϋλίζω, (διά & ὑλίζω, to strain, filter)
    f. ίσω,
    to strain, filter thoroughly; to strain out or off, Mat. 23.24.
Διχάζω, (δίχα, apart)
    f. άσω,
    to cut asunder, disunite; met. to cause to disagree, set at
	variance, Mat. 10.35.
Διχοστασία, ας, ἡ, (δίχα & στάσις)
    a standing apart; a division, dissension, Ro. 16.17.
	1 Co. 3.3. Gal. 5.20.
Διχοτομέω, ῶ, (δίχα & τέμνω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to cut into two parts, cut asunder; in N.T.,
	to inflict a punishment of extreme severity,
	Mat. 24.51. Lu. 12.46.
Διψάω, ῶ, (δίψα, thirst)
    f. ήσω,
    to thirst, be thirsty, Mat. 25.35, 37, 42, 44, et al.;
	met. to desire or long for ardently, Mat. 5.6.
	Jno. 4.14; 6.35, et al.
Δίψος, εος, τό,
    thirst, 2 Co. 11.27.
Δίψῡχος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (δίς & ψυχή)
    double-minded, inconstant, fickle, Ja. 1.8; 4.8. L.G.
Διωγμός, ου, ὁ, (διώκω)
    pr. chase, pursuit; persecution, Mat. 13.21.
	Mar. 4.17; 10.30, et al.
Διώκτης, ου, ὁ,
    a persecutor, 1 Ti. 1.13: (L.G.) from
Διώκω,
    f. ώξω, a.1. ἐδίωξα, p. pass. δεδίωγμαι, a.1. pass. ἐδιώχθην,
    to put in rapid motion; to pursue; to follow, pursue the
	direction of, Lu. 17.23; to follow eagerly, endeavour
	earnestly to acquire, Ro. 9.30, 31; 12.13, et al.; to
	press forwards, Phi. 3.12, 14; to pursue with malignity,
	pursecute, Mat. 5.10, 11, 12, 44, et al.
Δόγμα, ατος, τό, (δοκέω)
    a decree, statute, ordinance, Lu. 2.1. Ac. 16.4; 17.7.
	Ep. 2.15. Col. 2.14;
	whence
Δογματίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to decree, prescribe an ordinance; mid. to suffer laws
	to be imposed on one's self, to submit to, bind one's
	self by, ordinances, Col. 2.20. L.G.
Δοκέω, ῶ,
    f. δόξω, a.1. ἔδοφα,
    to think, imagine, suppose, presume, Mat. 3.9; 6.7, et al.;
	to seem, appear, Lu. 10.36. Ac. 17.18, et al.; impers. δοκεῖ,
	it seems; it seems good, best or right, it pleases, Lu. 1.3.
	Ac. 15.22, 25, et al.
Δοκιμάζω, (δόκιμος)
    f. άσω, a.1. έδοκίμασα, p. pass. δεδοκίμασμαι,
    to prove by trial; to test, assay metals, 1 Pe. 1.7; to prove,
	try, examine, scrutinise, Lu. 14.19. Ro. 12.2, et al.; to put
	to the proof, tempt, He. 3.9; to approve after trail, judge
	worthy, choose, Ro. 14.22. 1 Co. 16.3. 2 Co. 8.22, et al.;
	to decide upon after examination, judge of, distinguish,
	discern, Lu. 12.56. Ro. 2.18. Phi. 1.10.
Δοκιμασία, ας, ἡ
    proof, probation, v.r. He. 3.9.
Δοκιμή, ῆς, ἡ,
    trial, proof by trial, 2 Co. 8.2; the state or disposition
	of that which has been tried and approved, approved character
	or temper, Ro. 5.4. 2 Co. 2.9, et al.; proof, document, evidence,
	2 Co. 13.3. L.G.
Δοκίμιον, ου, τό,
    that by means of which any thing is tried, proof, criterion,
	test; trial, the act of trying or putting to proof, Ja. 1.3;
	approved character, 1 Pe. 1.7:
	from
Δόκιμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    proved, tried; approved after examination and trial, Ro. 16.10.
	Ja. 1.12, et al.; by impl. acceptable, Ro. 14.18.
Δοκός, οῦ, ἡ & ὁ,
    a beam or spar of timber; Mat. 7.3, 4, 5. Lu. 6.41, 42.
Δίλιος, ία, ιον, & ος, ον, (δόλος)
    fraudulent, deceitful, 2 Co. 11.13:
	whence
Δολιόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to deceive, use fraud or deceit, Ro. 3.13. S.
Δόλος, ου, ὁ,
    pr. a bait or contrivance for entrapping; fraud, deceit,
	insidious artifice, guile, Mat. 26.4. Mar. 7.22; 14.1, et al.:
	whence
Δολόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    pr. to entrap, beguile; to adulterate, corrupt, falsify, 2 Co. 4.2.
Δόμα, ατος, τό, (δίδωμι)
    a gift, present, Mat. 7.11, et al. L.G.
Δόξα, ης, ἡ, (δοκέω)
    pr. a seeming; appearance; a notion, imagination, opinion; the
	opinion which obtains respecting one; reputation, credit, honour,
	glory; in N.T., honourable consideration, Lu. 14.10; praise,
	glorification, honour, Jno. 5.41, 44. Ro. 4.20; 15.7, et al.;
	dignity, majesty, Ro. 1.23. 2 Co. 3.7, et al.; a manifestation
	of some glorious attribute, Jno. 11.40. 2 Pe. 1.3, et al.; pl.
	dignitaries, 2 Pe. 2.10. Jude 8; glorification in a future
	state of bliss, 2 Co. 4.17. 2 Ti. 2.10, et al.; pride, ornament,
	1 Co. 11.15. 1 Thes. 2.20; splendid array, pomp, magnificence,
	Mat. 6.29; 19.28, et al.; radiance, dazzling lustre, Lu. 2.9.
	Ac. 22.11. et al.
Δοξάζω,
    f. άσω, a.1. έδόξασα, p. pass. δεδόξασμαι, a.l. pass. έδοξάσθην,
    according to the various significations of δόξα, to think, suppose,
	judge; to extol, magnify, Mat. 6.2. Lu. 4.15, et al.; in N.T.,
	to adore, worship, Ro. 1.21, et al.; to invest with dignity, or
	majesty, 2 Co. 3.10. He. 5.5, et al.; to cause a manifestation of
	dignity, excellence, or majesty, Jno. 12.28; 13.32, et al.; to
	glorify by admission to a state of bliss, to beatify, Ro. 8.30,
	et al.
Δορκάς, άδος, ἡ
    a gazelle or antelope, Ac. 9.36, 39.
Δόσις, εως, ἡ, (δίδωμι)
    pr. a giving; outlay, Phi. 4.15; a donation, gift, Ja. 1.17.
Δότης, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a giver, 2 Co. 9.7. S.
Δουλαγωγέω, ῶ, (δοῦλος & ἄγω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to bring into slavery; to treat as a slave; to discipline
	into subjection, 1 Co. 9.27. L.G.
Δουλεία, ας, ἡ, (δοῦλος)
    slavery, bondage, servile condition; in N.T., met. with reference
	to degradation and unhappiness, thraldom spiritual or moral,
	Ro. 8.15, 21. Gal. 4.24; 5.1. He. 2.15.
Δουλεύω, (fr. same)
    f. εύσω, p. δεδοόλευκα, a.1. ἐδούλευσα,
    to be a slave or servant; to be in slavery or subjection,
	Jno. 8.33. Ac. 7.7. Ro. 9.12; to discharge the duties of a slave
	or servant, Ep. 6.7. 1 Ti. 6.2; to serve, be occupied in the service
	of, be devoted, subservient, Mat. 6.24. Lu. 15.29. Ac. 20.19.
	Ro. 14.18; 16.18, et al.; met. to be enthralled, involved in a
	slavish service, spiritually or morally, Gal. 4.9, 25. Tit. 3.3.
Δοῦλος, η ον
    adj. enslaved, enthralled, subservient, Ro. 6.19; as a subst.
	δοῦλος, a male slave, or servant, of various degrees, Mat. 8.9,
	et al. freq.; a person of mean condition, Phi. 2.7; fem. δούλη,
	a female slave; a handmaiden, Lu. 1.38, 48. Ac. 2.18; δοῦλος,
	used figuratively, in a bad sense, one involved in moral or
	spiritual thraldom, Jno. 8.34. Ro. 6.17, 20. 1 Co. 7.23. 2 Pe. 2.19;
	in a good sense, a devoted servant, follower or minister, Ac. 16.17.
	Ro. 1.1, et al.; one pledged or bound to serve, 1 Co. 7.22. 2 Co. 4.5:
	whence
Δουλόω, ῶ
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐδούλωσα, p. pass. δεδούλωμαι, a.1. pass. ἐδουλώθην,
    to reduce to servitude, enslave, oppress by retaining in servitude,
	Ac. 7.6. 2 Pe. 2.19; met. to render subservient, 1 Co. 9.19;
	pass. to be under restraint, 1 Co. 7.15; to be in bondage,
	spiritually or morally, Gal. 4.3. Tit. 2.3; to become devoted to
	the service of, Ro. 6.18, 22.
Δοχή, ῆς, ἡ, (δέχομαι)
    pr. reception of guests; in N.T., a banquet, feast, Lu. 5.29; 14.13.
Δράκων, οντος, ὁ,
    a dragon or large serpent; met. the devil or Satan,
	Re. 12.3, 4, 7, 9, 13, 16, 17; 13.2, 4, 11; 16.13; 20.2.
Δράσσομαι, (δράξ, the fist)
    pr. to grasp with the hand, clutch; to lay hold of, seize,
	take, catch, 1 Co. 3.19.
Δραχμή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a drachm, an Attic silver coin of nearly the same value as the
	Roman denarius, about 7¾d. of our money, Lu. 15.8, 9.
Δρέπᾰνον, ου, τό, (δρέπω, to crop, cut off)
    an instrument with a curved blade, as a sickle, Mar. 4.29.
	Re. 14.14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19.
Δρόμος, ου, ὁ, (δέδρομα)
    a course, race, race-course; met. course of life or ministry,
	career, Ac. 13.25; 20.24. 2 Ti. 4.7.
Δύναμαι,
    f. δυνήσομαι, imperf. ἐδθνάμην, & ἠδυνάμν,
	a.1. ἐδυνησάμην, & ἐδυνάσθην, ἐδυνήθην, ἡδυνήθην,
    to be able, either intrinsically and absolutely,
	which is the ordinary signification; or, for specific
	reasons, Mat. 9.15. Lu. 16.2.
Δύναμις, εως, ἡ
    power; strength, ability, Mat. 25.15. He. 11.11; efficacy,
	1 Co. 4.19, 20. Phi. 3.10. 1 Thes. 1.5. 2 Ti. 3.5; energy,
	Col. 1.29. 2 Ti. 1.7; meaning, purport of language, 1 Co. 14.11;
	authority, Lu. 4.36; 9.1; might, power, majesty, Mat. 22.29; 24.30.
	Ac. 3.12. Ro. 9.17. 2 Thes. 1.7. 2 Pe. 1.16; in N.T.,
	a manifestation or instance of power, mighty means,
	Ac. 8.10. Ro. 1.16. 1 Co. 1.18, 24; ἡ δύναμις, omnipotence,
	Mat. 26.64. Lu. 22.69. Mar. 14.62; pl. authorities, Ro. 8.38.
	Ep. 1.21. 1 Pe. 3.22; miraculous power, Mar. 5.30.
	Lu. 1.35; 5.17; 6.19; 8.46; 24.49. 1 Co. 2.4; a miracle,
	Mat. 11.20, 21, et al. freq.; a worker of miracles,
	1 Co. 12.28, 29; fr. the Heb. αἱ δυνάμεις τῶν οὐρανῶν,
	the heavenly luminaries, Mat. 24.29. Mar. 13.25. Lu. 21.26;
	αἱ δυνάμεις, the spiritual powers, Mat. 14.2. Mar. 6.14:
	whence
Δυναμόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to strengthen, confirm, Col. 1.11. L.G.
Δυνάστης, ου, ὁ,
    a potentate, sovereign, prince, Lu. 1.52. 1 Ti. 6.15; a person
	of rank and authority, a grandee, Ac. 8.27.
Δυνατέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to be powerful, mighty, to show one's self powerful, 2 Co. 13.3.
	v.r. Ro. 14.4. (N.T.):
	from
Δυνατός, ή, όν, (δύναμαι)
    able, having power, powerful, mighty, δυνατὸς εἴναι, to be
	able, i.q. δύνασθας, Lu. 14.31. Ac. 11.17, et al.; ὀ δυνατός,
	the Mighty One, God, Lu. 1.49; τὸ δυνατόν, power, i.q. δύναμις,
	Ro. 9.22; valid, powerful, efficacious, 2 Co. 10.4; distinguished
	for rank, authority or influence, Ac. 25.5. 1 Co. 1.26;
	distinguished for skill or excellence, Lu. 24.19. Ac. 7.22.
	Ro. 15.1; δυνατόν & δυνατά, possible, capable of being done,
	Mat. 19.26; 24.24, et al.
Δύνω,
    a.2. ἔδυν,
    to sink, go down, set as the sun, Mar. 1.32. Lu. 4.40.
Δύο,
    both indeclin. & also gen. and dat. δυοῖν, v. gen. δυῶν,
	dat. δυσί; in N.T., both indeclin. and also with dat. δυσί,
	two, Mat. 6.24; 21.28, 31, et al. freq.; οἱ δύο, both, Jno. 20.4;
	δύο ἢ τρεῖς, two or three, some, a few, Mat. 18.20; from the
	Heb. δύο δύο, two and two, Mar. 6.7, i.q. ἀνὰ δύο, Lu. 10.1,
	and κατὰ δύο, 1 Co. 14.27.
Δυς—,
    an inseparable particle, conveying the notion of untowardness,
	as hard, ill, unlucky, dangerous, like the English un–, mis–
	opp. to εὖ.
Δυσβάστακτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (δυς & βαστάζω)
    difficult or grievous to be borne, oppressive, Mat. 23.4.
	Lu. 11.46. L.G.
Δυσεντερία, ας, ἡ, (δυς & ἔντερον, an intestine)
    a dysentery, Ac. 28.8.
Δυσερμήνευτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (δυς & ἑρμηνεύω)
    difficult to be explained, hard to be understood, He. 5.11. L.G.
Δύσκολος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (δυς & κόλον, food)
    pr. peevish about food; hard to please; disagreeable; in N.T.,
	difficult, Mar. 10.24:
	whence
Δυσκόλως,
    adv. with difficulty, hardly, Mat. 19.23. Mar. 10.23, et al.
Δυσμή, ῆς, ἡ, (δύω)
    a sinking or settling; pl. δυσμαί, αἱ, the setting of the sun;
	hence, the west, Mat. 8.11; 24.27, et al.
Δυσνόητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (δυς & νοητός, fr. νοέω)
    hard to be understood, 2 Pe. 3.16. L.G.
Δυσφημέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to use ill words; to reproach, revile, v.r. 1 Co. 4.13.
Δυσφημία, ας, ἡ, (δυς & φήμη)
    ill words; words of ill omen; reproach contumely, 2 Co. 6.8.
Δώδεκα, οἱ, αἱ, τά, (δύο & δέκα)
    twelve, Mat. 9.20; 10,1, et al.; οἱ δώδεκα, the twelve apostles,
	Mat. 26.14, 20, et al.:
	whence
Δωδέκατος, η, ον,
    the twelfth, Re. 21.20.
Δωδεκάφῡλον, ου, τό, (δώδεκα & φυλή)
    twelve tribes, Ac. 26.7. N.T.
Δῶμα, ατος, τό,
    pr. a house; synecd. a root, Mat. 10.27; 24.17, et al.
Δωρεά, ας, ἡ,
    a gift, free gift, benefit, Jno. 4.10. Ac. 2.38, et al.
Δωρεάν, accus. of δωρεά,
    adv. gratis, gratuitously, freely, Mat. 10.8. Ro. 3.24, et al.;
	in N.T., undeservedly, without cause, Jno. 15.25; in vain,
	Gal. 2.21.
Δωρέομαι, οῦμαι, (δῶρον)
    f. ήσομαι, a.1. ἐδωρήσατο, p. δεδώρημαι,
    to give freely, grant, Mar. 15.45. 2 Pe. 1.3, 4:
	whence
Δώρημα, ατος, το,
    a gift, free gift, Ro. 5.16. Ja. 1.17.
Δῶρον, ου, τό, (δίδωμι)
    a gift, present, Mat. 2.11. Ep. 2.8. Re. 11.10; an offering,
	sacrifice, Mat. 5.23, 24; 8.4. et al.; δῶρον, sc. ἐστι, it is
	consecrated to God, Mat. 15.5. Mar. 7.11; contribution to the
	temple, Lu. 21.1, 4.

Ε, ε, Ἔ ψῑλόν

Ἔᾱ,
    interj. ha! an expression of surprise or displeasure,
	Mar. 1.24. Lu. 4.34.
Ἐάν,
    conj. if. The particulars of the use of ἐάν must be learnt
	from the grammars. Ἐάν μή, except, unless; also equivalent to
	ἀλλά, Gal. 2.16. Ἐάν, in N.T., as in the later Greek, is
	substitued for ἄν after relative words, Mat. 5.19, et al. freq.
Ἐάνπερ,
    a strengthing of ἐάν by the enclitic particle περ, if it be that,
	if at all events, He. 3.6, 14; 6.3.
Ἑαυτοῦ, ῆς, οῦ, contr. αὑτοῦ, ῆς, οῦ, pl. ἑαυτῶν,
    a reflective pronoun of the third person, himself, herself,
	itself, Mat. 8.22; 12.26; 9.21, et al.;
	also used for the first and second persons, Ro. 8.23. Mat. 23.31;
	also equivalent to ἀλλήλων, Mar. 10.26. Jno. 12.19;
	ἀφ' ἑαυτοῦ, ἀφ' ἑαυτῶν, of himself, themselves, voluntarily spontaneously,
	Lu. 12.47; 21.30, et al.;
	of one's own will merely, Jno. 5.19;
	δι' ἑαυτοῦ, per se, of itself, in its own nature, Ro. 14.14;
	ἐξ ἑαυτῶν, of one's self merely, 2 Co. 3.5;
	καθ' ἑαυτόν, by one's self, alone, Ac. 28.16. Ja. 2.17;
	παρ' ἑαθτῷ, with one's self, at home, 1 Co. 16.2;
	πρὸς ἑαυτόν, to one's self, to one's home, Lu. 24.12. Jno. 20.10;
	or, with one's self, Lu. 18.11.
Ἐάω, ῶ,
    f. άσω, imperf. εἴων, a.1. εἴᾱσα,
    to let, allow, permit, suffer to be done, Mat. 24.43.
	Lu. 4.14, et al.; to let be, let alone, desist from, Lu. 22.51.
	Ac. 5.38; to commit a ship to the sea, let her drive, Ac. 27.40.
Ἑβδομήκοντα, οἱ, αἱ, τά, (ἕβδομος)
    seventy, Ac. 7.14, et al.; οἱ ἑβδομ. the seventy disciples,
	Lu. 10.1, 17.
Ἑβδομηκοντάκις,
    adv. seventy times, Mat. 18.22.
Ἕβδομος, η, ον, (ἑπτά)
    seventh, Jno. 4.52. He. 4.4. et al.
Ἑβραϊκός, ή, όν,
    Hebrew, Lu. 23.38:
	from
Ἑβραῖος, αία, αῖον, v. ου, ὁ
    a Hebrew, one descended from Abraham the Hebrew, 2 Co. 11.22.
	Phil. 3.5; in N.T., a Jew of Palestine, opp. to Ἑλληνιστής, Ac. 6.1:
	whence
Ἑβραΐς, ΐδος, ἡ, sc. διάλεκτος,
    the Hebrew dialect, i.e. the Hebrœo-Aramœan dialect of Palestine,
	Ac. 21.40, et al.
Ἑβραϊστί,
    in Hebrew, Jno. 5.2; 19.13, et al.
Ἔδρᾰμον,
    part. δραμών, see τρέχω.
Ἐγγίζω,
    f. ίσω, At. ιῶ, p. ἤγγικα, a.1. ἤγγισα, (fr. ἐγγύς)
    pr. to cause to approach; in N.T. intrans. to approach, draw
	near, Mat. 21.1. Lu. 18.35, et al.; met. to be at hand, impend,
	Mat. 3.2; 4.17, et al.; μέχρι θανάτου ἐγγίζειν, to be at the
	point of death, Phi. 2.30; fr. Heb. to draw near to God, to
	offer him reverence and worship, Mat. 15.8. He. 7.19. Ja. 4.8;
	used of God, to draw near to men, assist them, bestow favours on
	them, Ja. 4.8. L.G.
Ἐγγράφω,
    f. ψω, p. pass. ἐγγέγραμμαι, (ἐν & γράφω)
    to engrave, inscribe; met. to infix or impress deeply,
	2 Co. 3.2, 3.
Ἔγγυος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (fr. ἐγγύη, a pledge)
    a surety, sponsor, He. 7.22.
Ἐγγύς,
    adv. near, as to place, Lu. 19.11, et al.;
	close at hand, Ro. 10.8;
	near, in respect of ready interposition, Phi. 4.5;
	near, as to time, Mat. 24.32, 33, et al.;
	near to God, as being in covenant with him, Ep. 2.13;
	οἱ ἐγγύς, the people near to God, the Jews, Ep. 2.17.
Ἐγγύτερον,
    adv. (pr. neut. of ἐγγύτερος, comp. of ἐγγύς) nearer,
	Ro. 13.11.
Ἐγείρω,
    f. ἐγερῶ, p. ἐγήγερκα, a.1. ἤγειρα, p. pass. ἐγήγερμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἠγέρθην,
    to excite, arouse, awaken, Mat. 8.25, et al.; mid. to awake,
	Mat. 2.13, 20, 21, et al.; met. mid. to rouse one's self to a
	better course of conduct, Ro. 13.11. Ep. 5.14; to raise from
	the dead, restore to life, Jno. 12.1, et al., and mid. to rise
	from the dead, Mat. 27.52. Jno. 5.21, et al.; met. to raise as
	it were from the dead, 2 Co. 4.14; to raise up, cause to rise up
	from a recumbent posture, Ac. 3.7, and mid. to rise up, Mat. 17.7,
	et al.; to restore to health, Ja. 5.15; met. et seq. ἐπί, to
	excite to war, mid. to rise up against, Mat. 24.7, et al; to raise
	up again, rebuild, Jno. 2.19, 20; to raise up from a lower place,
	to draw up or out of a ditch, Mat. 12.11; fr. Heb. to raise up,
	to cause to arise or exist, Ac. 13.22, 23; mid. to arise, exist,
	appear, Mat. 3.9; 11.11, et al.:
	whence
Ἔγερσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. the act of waking or rising up; resurrection, resuscitation,
	Mat. 27.53.
Ἐγκάθετος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐν & καθίημι)
    suborned, Lu. 20.20.
Ἐγκαίνια, ίων, τά, (ἐν & καινός)
    initiation, consecration; in N.T., the feast of dedication,
	an annual festival of eight days in the month Kisleu, Jno. 10.22.
Ἐγκαινίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐνεκαίνισα, p. pass. ἐγκεκαίνισμαι,
    to handsel, initiate, consecrate, dedicate, renovate;
	to institute, He. 9.18; 10.20. S.
Ἐγκαλέω, ῶ, (ἐν & καλέω)
    f. έσω,
    to bring a charge against, accuse; to institute judicial
	proceedings, Ac. 19.38, 40; 23.28, 29; 26.2, 7. Ro. 8.33.
Ἐγκαταλείπω, (ἐν & καταλείπω)
    f. ψω, a.2. ἐγκατέλιπον,
    to leave in a place or situation, Ac. 2.27; to leave behind;
	to forsake, abandon, Mat. 27.46, et al.; to leave, as a remnant
	from destruction, Ro. 9.29.
Ἐγκατοικέω, ῶ, (ἐν & κατοικέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to dwell in or among, 2 Pe. 2.8.
Ἐγκεντρίζω, (ἐν & κεντρίζω, to prick)
    f. ίσω,
    to ingraft; met. Ro. 11.17, 19, 23, 24.
Ἔγκλημα, ατος, τό, (ἐγκαλέω)
    an accusation, charge, crimination, Ac. 23.29; 25.16.
Ἐγκομβόομαι, οῦμαι,(κόμβος, a string, band; whence ἐγκόμβωμα,
	a garment which is fastened by tying)
    f. ώσομαι,
    pr. to put on a garment which is to be tied; in N.T.,
	to put on, clothe; met. 1 Pe. 5.5.
Ἐγκοπή, ῆς, ἡ,
    pr. an incision, e.g. a trench, &c. cut in the way of an
	enemy; an impeditment, hindrance, 1 Co. 9.12: (L.G.)
	from
Ἐγκόπτω, (ἐν & κόπτω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to cut or strike in; hence, to impede, interrupt, hinder,
	Ro. 15.22. 1 Thes. 2.18. 1 Pe. 3.7. Gal. 5.7.
Ἐγκράτεια, ας, ἡ, (ἐγκρατής)
    self-control, continence, temperance, Ac. 24.25, et al.
Ἐγκρατεύομαι,
    f. εύσομαι,
    to possess the power of self-control or continence, 1 Co. 7.9;
	to practise abstinence, 1 Co. 9.25.
Ἐγκρᾰτής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, (κράτος)
    strong, stout; possessed of mastery; master of self, Tit. 1.8.
Ἐγκρίνω, (ἐν & κρίνω)
    f. ινῶ,
    to judge or reckon among, consider as belonging to, adjudge
	to the number of, class with, place in the same rank,
	2 Co. 10.12 (ῑ)
Ἐγκρύπτω, (ἐν & κρύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to conceal in any thing; to mix, intermix, Mat. 13.33. Lu. 13.21.
Ἔγκῠος, ου, ἡ, (ἐν & κύω)
    with child, pregnant, Lu. 2.5.
Ἐγχρίω, (ἐν & χρίω)
    f. ίσω,
    to rub in, anoint, Re. 3.18. (ῑ)
Ἐγώ,
    gen. ἐμοῦ & μου, Ι.
Ἐδαφίζω,
    f. ίσω, At. ιῶ,
    pr. to form a level and firm surface; to level with the ground,
	overthrow, raze, destroy, Lu. 19.44:
	from
Ἔδαφος, εος, τό,
    pr. a bottom, base, hence, the ground, Ac. 22.7.
Ἑδραῖος, αία, αῖον, (ἕδρα, a seat)
    sedentary; met. settled, steady, firm, stedfast, constant,
	1 Co. 7.37; 15.58. Col. 1.23.
Ἑδραίωμα, ατος, τό, (ἑδραιόω, to settle, fr. preceding)
    a basis, foundation, 1 Ti. 3.15. N.T.
Ἐθελοθρησκεία, ας, ἡ, (ἐθέλω & θρησκεία)
    self-devised worship, supererogatory worship, will-worship,
	Col. 2.23.
Ἐθέλω & θέλω, the latter being the form in the present in N.T.,
    f. ἐθελήσω & θελήσω, imperf. ἤθελον, a.1. ἠθέλησα,
    to exercise the will, properly by an unimpassioned operation;
	to be willing, Mat. 17.4, et al.; to be inclined, disposed,
	Ro. 13.3, et al.; to choose, Lu. 1.62; to intend, design,
	Lu. 14.28, et al.; to will, Jno. 5.21; 21.22, et al.;
	ἤθελον, I could wish, Gal. 4.20.
Ἐθίζω, (ἔθος)
    f. ίσω, p. pass. εἴθισμαι,
    to accustom; pass. to be customary, Lu. 2.27.
Ἐθνάρχης, ου, ὁ, (ἔθνος & ἄρχω)
    a governor, chief, or head of any tribe or nation,
	prefect, 2 Co. 11.32. L.G.
Ἐθνικός, ή, όν, (ἔθνος)
    national; in N.T., gentile, heathen, not Israelitish,
	Mat. 6.7; 18.17: (L.G.)
	whence
Ἐθνικῶς,
    adv. after the manner of the gentiles, heathenishly,
	Gal. 2.14. N.T.
Ἔθνος, εος, τό,
    a multitude, company, Ac. 17.26. 1 Pe. 2.9. Re. 21.24;
	a nation, people, Mat. 20.25; 21.43, et al.; pl. ἔθνη,
	fr. the Heb., nations or people, as distinguished from
	the Jews, the heathen, gentiles, Mat. 4.15; 10.5.
	Lu. 2.32, et al.
Ἔθος, εος, τό,
    a custom, usage, Lu. 2.42; 22.39, et al.; an institute,
	rite, Lu. 1.9. Ac. 6.14; 15.1, et al.
Εἰ,
    conj. if, Mat. 4.3, 6; 12.7. Ac. 27.39, et al. freq.;
	since, Ac. 4.9, et al.;
	whether, Mar. 9.23. Ac. 17.11, et al.;
	that, in certain expressions, Ac. 26.8, 23. He. 7.15;
	by a suppression of the apodosis of a sentence εἰ serves to
	express a wish; O if! O that! Lu. 19.42; 22.42;
	also a strong negation, Mar. 8.12. He. 3.11; 4.3;
	εἰ καί, if even, though, although, Lu. 18.4, et al.;
	εἰ μή, unless, except, Mat. 11.27, et al.;
	also equivalent to ἀλλά, but, Mat. 12.4. Mar. 13.32. Lu. 4.26, 27;
	εἰ μήτι, unless perhaps, unless it be, Lu. 9.13, et al.;
	εἴ τις, εἴ τι, pr. if any one: whosoever, whatsoever, Mat. 18.28,
	et al. The syntax of this particle must be learnt from the grammars.
	As an interrogative particle, whether, Ac. 17.11, et al.;
	in N.T. as a mere note of interrogation, Lu. 22.49, et al.
Εἶδον,
    imperat. ἰδέ & ἴδε, optat. ἴδοιμι, subj. ἴδω, inf. ἰδεῖν,
	part. ἰδών, see ὁράω.
Εἶδος, εος, τό,
    form, external appearance, Lu. 3.22; 9.29. Jno. 5.37; kind,
	species, 1 Thes. 5.22; sight, perception, 2 Co. 5.7.
Εἰδῶ, εἰδέναι, εἰδώς,
    see οἶδα.
Εἰδωλεῖον, ου, τό, (εἴδωλον)
    a heathen temple, 1 Co. 8.10. N.T.
Εἰδωλόθῠτος, ον, (εἴδωλον & θύω)
    pr. sacrificed to an idol; meton. the remains of victims
	sacrificed to idols, reserved for eating, Ac. 15.29; 21.25,
	et al. N.T.
Εἰδωλολατρεία, ας, ἡ, (εἴδωλον & λατρεία)
    idolatry, worship of idols, 1 Co. 10.14. Gal. 2.20, et al. N.T.
Εἰδωλολάτρης, ου, ὁ, (εἴδωλον & λάτρις, a servant, worshipper)
    an idolater, worshipper of idols, 1 Co. 5.10, 11; 6.9; 10.7,
	et al. N.T. (ᾰ)
Εἴδωλον, ου, τό, (εἶδος)
    pr. a form, shape, figure; image or statue; hence, an idol,
	image of a god, Ac. 7.41, et al.; meton. a heathen god,
	1 Co. 8.4, 7, et al.; for εἰδωλόθυτον, the flesh of victims
	sacrificed to idols, Ac. 15.20.
Εἰκῆ,
    adv. without plan or system; without cause, lightly, rashly,
	Mat. 5.22. Co. 2.18; to no purpose, in vain, Ro. 13.4.
	1 Co. 15.2. Gal. 3.4; 4.11.
Εἴκοσι, οἱ, αἱ, τά,
    twenty, Lu. 14.31, et al.
Εἰκοσιπέντε (εἴκοσι & πέντε)
    twenty-five, Jno. 6.19.
Εἰκοσιτέσσαρες, (εἴκοσι & τέσσαρες)
    twenty-four, Re. 5.8, 14.
Εἰκοσιτρεῖς, (εἴκοσι & τρεῖς)
    twenty-three, 1 Co. 10.8.
Εἴκω,
    f. ξω,
    to yield, give place, submit, Gal. 2.5.
Εἰκών, ονος, ἡ,
    a material image, likeness, effigy, Mat. 22.20. Mar. 12.16, et al.;
	a similitude, representation, exact image, 1 Co. 11.7, et al.;
	resemblance, Ro. 8.29, et al.
Εἰλικρίνεια, ας, ἡ,
    clearness, purity, met. sincerity, integrity, ingenuousness,
	1 Co. 5.8, et al.:
	from
Εἰλικρῐνής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, (εἵλη, sun shine & κρίνω)
    pr. that which being viewed in the sunshine is found clear
	and pure; met. spotless, sincere, ingenuous, Phi. 1.10.
	2 Pe. 3.1.
Εἱλίσσω, (εἱλέω, to roll)
    f. ξω,
    properly Tonic for ἑλίσσω, to roll up, Re. 6.14.
Εἰμί,
    imperf. ἦν & ἤμην, f. ἔσομαι, imperat. ἴσθι, ἔστω & ἤτω, subj. ὦ,
	inf. εἶναι, part. ὤν,
    a verb of existence, to be, to exist, Jno. 1.1; 17.5. Mar. 6.30.
	Lu. 4.25, et al. freq.; ἐστί, it is possible, proper, He. 9.5;
	a simple copula to the subject and predicate, and therefore in
	itself affecting the force of the sentence only by its tense,
	mood, &c., Jno. 1.1; 15.1, et al. freq.; it also forms a frequent
	circumlocution with the participles of the present and perfect
	of other verbs, Mat. 19.22. Mar. 2.6, et al.
Εἶμι,
    to go, come, but generally with a future signification,
	v.r. Jno. 7.34, 36.
Εἵηεκεν, equivalent to ἕνεκα,
    on account of, 2 Co. 7.12, ter.
Εἶπα,
    Mat. 26.25, et al., imperat. εἶπον or εἰπόν, v.r. Ac. 28.26,
	see λέγω.
Εἴπερ,
    a strengthening of εἰ by the enclitic particle περ, if indeed,
	if it be so that, Ro. 8.9. 1 Co. 15.15; since indeed, since,
	2 Thes. 1.6. 1 Pe. 2.3; although indeed, 1 Co. 8.5.
Εἶπον,
    imperat. εἰπέ, subj. εἴπω, opt. εἴποιμι, inf. εἰπεῖν,
	part. εἰπών, see λέγω.
Εἰπως, (εἰ & πως)
    if by any means, if possible, Ac. 27.12, et al.
Εἰρηνεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to be at peace; to cultivate peace, concord, or harmony,
	Mar. 9.50. Ro. 12.18, et al.:
	from
Εἰρήνη, ης, ἡ,
    peace, Lu. 14.32. Ac. 12.20, et al.; tranquillity, Lu. 11.21.
	Jno. 16.33. 1 Thes. 5.3; concord, unity, love of peace, Mat. 10.34.
	Lu. 12.51, et al.; meton. the author of peace or concord, Ep. 2.14;
	fr. the Heb. felicity, every kind of blessing and good,
	Lu. 1.79; 2.14, 29, et al.; meton. a salutation expressive of
	good wishes, a benediction, blessing, Mat. 10.13, et al.:
	whence
Εἰρηνικός, ή, όν,
    pertaining to peace; peaceable, disposed to peace and concord,
	Ja. 3.17; fr. the Heb. profitable, blissful, He. 12.11.
Εἰρηνοποιέω, ῶ, (εἰρήνη & ποιέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to make peace, restore concord, Col. 1.20. L.G.
Εἰρηνοποιός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ,
    a peacemaker, one who cultivates peace and concord, Mat. 5.9.
Εἰς,
    into, Mat. 2.11, et al.; to, as far as, to the extent of,
	Mat. 2.23; 4.24, et al.; until, Jno. 13.1, et al.; against,
	Mat. 18.15. Lu. 12.10; before, in the presence of, Ac. 22.30,
	et al.; in order to, for, with a view to, Mar. 1.38, et al.;
	for the use or service of, Jno. 6.9. Lu. 9.13. 1 Co. 16.1; in
	accordance with, Mat. 12.41. Lu. 11.32. 2 Ti. 2.26; also equivalent
	to ἐν, Jno. 1.18, et al.; by, in forms of swearing, Mat. 5.35,
	et al.; fr. the Heb. εἶναι, γίνεσθαι εἰς—, to become, result in,
	amount to, Mat. 19.5. 1 Co. 4.3, et al.; εἰς τί, why, wherefore,
	Mat. 26.8.
Εἷς, μία, ἕν, gen. ἑνός, μιᾶς, ἑνός,
    one, Mat. 10.29, et al. freq.; only, unicus, Mar. 12.6; one,
	united as as to be, in a manner, one, Mat. 19.5, 6. Jno. 10.30;
	one and the same, Lu. 12.52. Ro. 3.30, et al.; of one and the
	same standing or value, 1 Co. 3.8; equivalent to τις, a certain
	one, Mat. 8.19; 16.14, et al.; a, an, Mat. 21.19. Ja. 4.13, et al.;
	εἷς ἕκαστος, each one, every one, Lu. 4.40. Ac. 2.3, et al.; εἶς
	τὸν ἕνα, one another, 1 Thes. 5.11; εἷς—καὶ εἷς, the one—and the
	other, Mat. 20.21, et al.; εἷς καθ' εἷς & ὁδὲ καθ' εἷς, one by one,
	one after another, in succession, Mar. 14.19. Jno. 8.9, et al.;
	fr. the Heb, as an ordinal, first, Mat. 28.1, et al.
Εἰσάγω, (εἰς & ἄγω)
    to lead or bring in, introduce, conduct or usher in or to a place
	or person, Lu. 2.27; 14.21; 22.54, et al. (ᾰ).
Εἰσακούω, (εἰς & ἀκούω)
    f. ούσομαι,
    to hear or hearken to, i.e., obey, 1 Co. 14.21; to listen to
	the prayers of any one, accept one's petition, Mat. 6.7. Lu. 1.13.
	Ac. 10.31. He. 5.7.
Εἰσδέχομαι, (εἰς & δέχομαι)
    f. δέξομαι,
    to admit; to receive into favour, receive kindly, accept with
	favour, 2 Co. 6.17.
Εἴσειμι, (εἰς & εἶμι)
    imperf. εἰσῄειν,
    to go in, enter, Ac. 3.3; 21.18, 26. He. 9.6.
Εἰσέρχομαι, (εἰς & ἔρχομαι)
    f. ελεύσομαι, a.2. εἰσῆλθον,
    to go or come in, enter, Mat. 7.13; 8.5, 8, et al.; spc. to enter
	by force, break in, Mar. 3.27. Ac. 20.29; met. with εἰς κόσμον,
	to begin to exist, come into existence, Ro. 5.12. 2 Jno. 7; or to
	make one's appearance on earth, He. 10.5; to enter into or take
	possession of, Lu. 22.3. Jno. 13.27; to enter into, enjoy, partake
	of, Mat. 19.23, 24, et al.; to enter into any one's labour, be his
	successor, Jno. 4.38; to fall into, be placed in certain circumstances,
	Mat. 26.41, et al.; to be put into, Mat. 15.11. Ac. 11.8; to present
	one's self before, Ac. 19.30; met. to arise, spring up, Lu. 9.46;
	fr. the Heb. εἰσέρχεσθαι καὶ ἐξέρχεσθαι, to go in and out, to live,
	discharge the ordinary functions of lie, versari, Ac. 1.21.
Εἰσκαλέω, ῶ, (εἰς & καλέω)
    f. έσω, & mid. εἰσκαλέομαι, οῦμαι,
    to call in; to invite in, Ac. 10.23.
Εἴσοδος, ου, ἡ, (εἰς & ὅδος)
    a place of entrance; the act of bringing in or introducing; admission,
	reception, 1 Thes. 1.9. He. 10.19. 2 Pe. 1.11; a coming, approach,
	access, 1 Thes. 2.1; entrance upon office, commencement of official
	duties, Ac. 13.24.
Εἰσπηδάω, ῶ, (εἰς & πηδάω, to leap)
    f. ήσω,
    to leap or spring in, rush in eagerly, Ac. 14.14; 16.29.
Εἰσπορεύομαι, (εἰς & πορεύομαι)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to go or come in, enter, Mar. 1.21; 5.40, et al.; to come to,
	visit, Ac. 28.30; to be put in, Mat. 15.17. Mar. 7.15, 18, 19;
	to intervene, Mar. 4.19; fr. the Heb. εἰσπορεύεσθαι καὶ ἐκπορεύεσθαι,
	equivalent to εἰσέρχεσθαι καὶ ἐξέρχεσθαι, above, Ac. 9.28.
Εἰστρέχω, (εἰς & τρέχω)
    a.2. εἰσέδραμον,
    to run in, Ac. 12.14.
Εἰσφέρω, (εἰς & φέρω)
    f. οίσω, a.1. ήνεγκα, a.2. ήνεγκον,
    to bring in, to, or into, Lu. 5.18, 19. 1 Ti. 6.7. He. 13.11; to
	bring to the ears of any one, to announce, Ac. 17.20; to lead into,
	Mat. 6.13. Lu.11.4.
Εἶτα,
    adv. then, afterwards, thereupon, Mar. 4.17, 28. Lu. 8.12, et al.;
	in the next place, 1 Co. 12.28; besides, He. 12.9.
Εἴωθα,
    2. p. from an old pr. ἔθω with a present signification,
	plup. εἰώθειν, part. εἰωθώς, to be accustomed, to be usual,
	Mat. 27.15, et al.
Ἐκ, before a consonant, ἐξ before a vowel,
    prep. from, out of, a place, Mat. 2.15; 3.17; of, from, out of,
	denoting origin or source, Mat. 1.3; 21.19; of, from some material,
	Mat. 3.9. Ro. 9.21; of, from, among, partitively, Mat. 6.27; 21.31.
	Mar. 9.17; from, denoting cause, Re. 8.11; 17.6; means or instrument,
	Mat. 12.33, 27; by, through, denoting the author or efficient cause,
	Mat. 1.18. Jno. 10.32; of, denoting the distinguishing mark of a class,
	Ro. 2.8. Gal. 3.7, et al.; of time, after, 2 Co. 4.6. Re. 17.11;
	from, after, since, Mat. 19.12. Lu. 8.27; for, with, denoting a
	rate of payment, price, Mat. 20.2; 27.7; at, denoting position,
	Mat. 20.21, 23; after passive verbs, by, of, from, marking the
	agent, Mat. 15.5. Mar. 7.11; forming with certain words a periphrasis
	for an adverb, Mat. 26.42, 44. Mar. 6.51. Lu. 23.8; put after verbs
	of freeing, Ro. 7.24. 2 Co. 1.10; used partitively after verbs of
	eating, drinking, &c. Jno. 6.26. 1 Co. 9.7.
Ἕκαστος, η, ον,
    each one, every one separately, Mat. 16.27. Lu. 13.15, et al.:
	whence
Ἑκάστοτε,
    adv. always, 2 Pe. 1.15.
Ἑκᾰτόν, οἱ, αἱ, τά,
    one hundred, Mat. 13.8. Mar. 4.8, et al.
Ἑκατονταετής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, (ἑκατόν & ἔτος)
    a hundred years old, Ro. 4.19.
Ἑκατονταπλασίων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ,
    a hundredfold, centuple, Mat. 19.29, et al.
Ἑκατοντάρχης, ου, ὁ, and
Ἑκατόνταρχος, ου, ὁ, (ἑκατόν & ἄρχος)
    commander of 100 men, a centurion, Mat. 8.5, 8, 13.
	Lu. 7.2, 6, et al.
Ἐκβάλλω, (ἐκ & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ, a.2. ἐξέβαλον,
    to cast out, eject by force, Mat. 15.17. Ac. 27.38; to expel,
	force away, Lu. 4.29. Ac. 7.58; to refuse, Jno. 6.37; to extract,
	Mat. 7.4; to reject with contempt, despise, contemn, Lu. 6.22;
	in N.T., to send forth, send out, Mat. 9.38. Lu 10.2; to send
	away, dismiss, Mat. 9.25. Mar. 1.12; met. to spread abroad,
	Mat. 12.20; to bring out, produce, Mat. 12.35; 13.52, et al.
Ἔκβᾰσις, εως, ἡ, (ἐκβαίνω)
    way out, egress; hence, result, issue, He. 13.7; means of
	clearance or successful endurance, 1 Co. 10.13.
Ἐκβολή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἐκβάλλω)
    a casting out; especially, a throwing overboard of cargo,
	Ac. 27.18.
Ἐκγαμίζω, (ἐκ & γαμίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to give in marriage, Mat. 22.30; 24.38. Lu. 17.27. v.r.
	1 Co. 7.38. L.G.
Ἐκγαμίσκω, (ἐκ & γαμίσκω)
    i.q. ἐκγαμίζω, Lu. 20.34, 35. L.G.
Ἔκγονος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἐκγίνομαι, to be born)
    born of, descended from, ἔκγονα, descendants, grandchildren,
	1 Ti. 5.4.
Ἐκδαπανάω, ῶ, (ἐκ & δαπανάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to expend, consume, exhaust, 2 Co. 12.15. L.G.
Ἐκδέχομαι, (ἐκ & δέχομαι)
    f. ξομαι,
    pr. to receive from another; to expect, look for, Ac. 17.16, et al.;
	to wait for, to wait, 1 Co. 11.33. 1 Pe. 3.20, et al.
Ἔκδηλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐκ & δῆλος)
    clearly manifest, evident, 2 Ti. 3.9.
Ἐκδημέω, ῶ, (ἐκ & δῆμος)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to be absent from home, go abroad, travel; hence, to be absent
	from any place or person, 2 Co. 5.6, 8, 9.
Ἐκδίδωμι, (ἐκ & δίδωμι)
    f. ἐκδώσω, a.2. mid ἐξεδόμην,
    to give ouot, to give up; to put out at interest; in N.T., to
	let out to tenants, Mat.21.33, 41, et al.
Ἐκδιηγέομαι, οῦμαι, (ἐκ & διηγέομαι)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to narrate fully, detail, Ac. 13.14; 15.3. L.G.
Ἐκδικέω, ῶ, (ἐκ & δίκη)
    pr. to execute right and justice; to punish, 2 Co. 10.6; in N.T.,
	to right, avenge a person, Lu. 18.3, 5, et al.: (L.G.)
	whence
Ἐκδίκησις, εως, ἡ,
    satisfaction; vengeance, punishment, retributive justice,
	Lu. 21.22. Ro. 12.19, et al.; ἐκδίκησιν ποῖειν, to vindicate,
	avenge, Lu. 18.7, 8, et al.; διδόναι ἐκδ. to inflict vengeance,
	2 Thes. 1.8.
Ἐκδῐκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    maintaining right; an avenger, one who inflicts punishment,
	Ro. 13.4. 1 Thes. 4.6.
Ἐκδιώκω, (ἐκ & διώκω)
    f. ώξω,
    pr. to chase away, drive out; in N.T., to persecute, vex,
	harass, Lu. 11.49. 1 Thes. 2.15.
Ἔκδοτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐκδίδωμι)
    delivered up, Ac. 2.23.
Ἐκδοχή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἐκδέχομαι)
    in N.T., a looking for, expectation, He. 10.27.
Ἐκδύω, v. δύνω, (ἐκ & δύνω)
    f. ύσω,
    pr. to go out from; to take off, strip, unclothe,
	Mat. 27.31; 27.28, et al.; mid. to lay aside, to put off,
	2 Co. 5.4. (ῠω, ῡνω, ῡσω)
Ἐκεῖ,
    adv. there, in that place, Mat. 2.13, 15, et al.; thither,
	Mat. 2.22; 17.20, et al.:
	whence
Ἐκεῖθεν,
    adv. from there, thence, Mat. 4.21; 5. 26, et al.
Ἐκεῖνος, η, ο, (ἐκεῖ)
    a demonstrative pronoun, used with reference to a thing
	previously mentioned or implied, or already familiar; that,
	this, he, &c., Mat. 17.27; 10.14. 2 Ti. 4.8, et al.; in
	contrast with οὗτος, referring to the former to two things
	previously mentioned, Lu. 18.14, et al.
Ἐκεῖσε,
    adv. thither, there, Ac. 21.3; 22.5.
Ἐκζητέω, ῶ, (ἐκ & ζητέω)
    to seek out, investigate diligently, scrutinise, 1 Pe. 1.10;
	to ask for, beseech earnestly, He. 12.17; to seek diligently or
	earnestly after, Ac. 15.17. Ro. 3.11. He. 11.6; fr. the Heb.
	to require, exact, demand, Lu. 11.50, 51. L.G.
Ἐκθαμβέομαι, οῦμαι,
    to be amazed, astonished, awe-struck, Mar. 9.15; 14.33; 16.5, 6:
	from
Ἔκθαμβος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐκ & θάμβος)
    amazed, awe-struck, Ac. 3.11. L.G.
Ἔκθετος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, ον, (ἐκτίθημι)
    exposed, cast out, abandoned, Ac. 7.19.
Ἐκκαθαίρω, (ἐκ & καθαίρω)
    f. αρῶ, a.1. ηρα, & later, ᾱρα,
    to cleanse thoroughly, purify, 2 Ti. 2.21; to purge out,
	eliminate, 1 Co. 5.7.
Ἐκκαίομαι, (ἐκκαίω, to kindle up, ἐκ & καίω)
    a.1. pass. ἐξεκαύθην,
    to blaze out; to be inflamed, Ro. 1.27.
Ἐκκακέω, ῶ, (ἐκ & κακός)
    f. ήσω,
    to lose spirits, to be faint-hearted, despond, Ep. 3.13;
	to faint, to flag, be remiss, indolent, slothful, Lu. 18.1.
	Gal. 6.9. 2 Co. 4.1, 16. 2 Thes. 3.13. L.G.
Ἐκκεντέω, ῶ, (ἐκ & κεντέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to stab, pierce deeply, transfix, Jno. 19.37. Re. 1.7. L.G.
Ἐκκλάω, (ἐκ & κλάω)
    f. άσω, a.1. pass. ἐξεκλάσθην,
    to break off, Ro. 11.17, 19, 20.
Ἐκκλείω, (ἐκ & κλείω)
    f. είσω,
    to shut out, exclude; to shut off, separate, insulate,
	Gal. 4.17; to leave no place for, eliminate, Ro. 3.27.
Ἐκκλησία, ας, ἡ, (ἐκκαλέω, to summon forth)
    a popular assembly, Ac. 19.32, 39, 41; in N.T., the
	congregation of the children of Israel, Ac. 7.38;
	transferred to the Christian body, of which the
	congregation of Israel was a figure, the church,
	1 Co. 12.28. Col 1.18, et al.; a local portion of
	the church, a local church, Ro. 16.1, et al.; a Christian
	congregation, 1 Co. 14.4, et al.
Ἐκκλίνω, (ἐκ & κλίνω)
    f. ινῶ,
    to deflect, deviate, Ro. 3.12; to decline or turn away
	from, avoid, Ro. 16.17. 1 Pe. 3.11.
Ἐκκολυμβάω, ῶ, (ἐκ & κολυμβάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to swin out to land, Ac. 27.42.
Ἐκκομίζω, (ἐκ & κομίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to carry, bring out; especially, to carry out a corpse
	for burial, Lu. 7.12.
Ἐκκόπτω, (ἐκ & κόπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to cut out; to cut off, Mat. 3.10; 5.30, et al.;
	met. to cut off occasion, remove, prevent, 2 Co. 11.12;
	to render ineffectual, 1 Pe. 3.7.
Ἐκκρέμαμαι, (ἐκ & κρέμαμαι)
    to hang upon a speaker, fondly listen to, be earnestly
	attentive, Lu. 19.48.
Ἐκλαλέω, ῶ (ἐκ & λαλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to speak out; to tell, utter, divulge, Ac. 23.22.
Ἐκλάμπω, (ἐκ & λάμπω)
    f. ψω,
    to shine out or forth, be resplendent, Mat. 13.43.
Ἐκλανθάνω, (ἐκ & λανθάνω)
    to make to forget, quite; mid. ἐκλανθάνομαι, p. ἐκλέλησμαι,
	to forget entirely, He. 12.5.
Ἐκλέγω,
    f. ξε,
    to pick out; in N.T., mid. ἐκλέγομαι, a.1. ἐξελεξάμην,
	to choose, select, Lu. 6.13; 10.42, et al.; in N.T.,
	to choose out as the receipients of special favour and
	privilege, Ac. 13.17. 1 Co. 1.27, et al.
Ἐκλείπω, (ἐκ & λείπω)
    f. ψω,
    intrans., to fail, Lu. 22.32; to come to an end, He. 1.12;
	to be defunct, die, Lu. 16.9.
Ἐκλεκτός, ή, όν, (ἐκλέγομαι)
    chosen out, selected; in N.T., chosen as a recipient of
	special privilege, elect, Col. 3.12, et al.; specially beloved,
	Lu. 23.35; possessed of prime excellence, exalted, 1 Ti. 5.21;
	choice, precious, 1 Pe. 2.4, 6.
Ἐκλογή, ῆς, ἡ, (same)
    the act of choosing out, election; in N.T., election to privilege
	by divine grace, Ro. 11.5, et al.; ἡ ἐκλογή, the aggregate of those
	who are chosen, the elect, Ro. 11.7; ἐκλογῆς, equivalent to ἐκλεκτόν,
	by Hebraism, Ac. 9.15.
Ἐκλύομαι, (ἐκλύω, to loosen, debilitate, ἐκ & λύω)
    to be weary, exhausted, faint, Mat. 9.36; 15.32. Mar. 8.3.
	Gal. 6.9; to faint, despond, He. 12.3, 5.
Ἐκμάσσω, (ἐκ & μάσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to wipe off; to wipe dry, Lu. 7.38, 44. Jno. 11.2; 12.3; 13.5.
Ἐκμυκτηρίζω, (ἐκ & μυκτηρίζω, fr. μυκτήρ, the nose)
    f. ίσω,
    to mock, deride, scoff at, Lu. 16.14; 23.35.
Ἐκνέω,
    f. ἐκνεύσομαι, a.1. ἐξένευσα,
    pr. to swim out, to escape by swimming; hence, generally,
	to escape, get clear of a place, Jno. 5.18; though ἐκνεύσας,
	in this place, may be referred to ἐκνεύω, to deviate, withdraw.
Ἐκνήφω, (ἐκ & νήφω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to awake sober after intoxication; met. to shake off mental
	bewilderment, to return to a right mode of thinking, feeling,
	acting, &c. 1 Co. 15.34.
Ἑκούσιος, α, ον, & ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἑκών)
    voluntary, spontaneous, Phile. 14.
	whence
Ἑκουσίως,
    adv. voluntarily, spontaneously, He. 10.26. 1 Pe. 5.2.
Ἔκπᾰλαι, (ἐκ & πάλαι)
    adv. of old, long since, 2 Pe. 2.3; 3.5. L.G.
Ἐκπειράζω, (ἐκ & πειράζω)
    f. άσω,
    to tempt, put to the proof, Mat. 4.7. Lu. 4.12. 1 Co. 10.9;
	to try, sound, Lu. 10.25. L.G.
Ἐκπέμπω, (ἐκ & πέμπω)
    f. ψω,
    to send out, or away, Ac. 13.4; 17.10.
Ἐκπερισσῶς, (strengthened fr. περισσῶς)
    adv. exceedingly, vehemently, v.r. Mar. 14.31.
Ἐκπετάννῡμι, (ἐκ & πετάννυμι)
    f. άσω,
    to stretch forth, expand, extend, Ro. 10.21. (ᾱ)
Ἐκπηδάω, ῶ, (ἐκ & πηδάω, to leap, spring)
    f. ήσω,
    to leap forth, rush out, v.r. Ac. 14.14.
Ἐκπίπτω,
    f. πεσοῦμαι, p. πέπτωκα, a.1. εξέπεσα, a.2. ἐξέπεσον,
    to fall off or from, Mar. 13.25. Ac. 12.7; 27.32, et al.;
	met. to fall from, forfeit, lose, Gal. 5.4. 2 Pe. 3.17. Re. 2.5;
	to be cast ashore, Ac. 27.17, 26, 29; to fall to the ground, be
	fruitless, ineffectual, Ro. 9.6; to cease, come to an end,
	1 Co. 13.8.
Ἐκπλέω, (ἐκ & πλέω)
    f. εύσομαι, a.1. ἐξέπλευσα,
    to sail out or from a place, Ac. 15.39; 18.18; 20.6.
Ἐκπληρόω, ῶ (ἐκ & πληρόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to fill out, complete, fill up; met. to fulfil, perform,
	accomplish, Ac. 13.32:
	whence
Ἐκπλήρωσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. a filling up, completion; hence, a fulfilling,
	accomplishment, Ac. 21.26. L.G.
Ἐκπλήσσω, v. ττω, (ἐκ & πλήσσω)
    f. ξω, a.2. pass. ἐξεπλάγην,
    pr. to strike out of; hence, to strike out of one's wits,
	to astound, amaze; pass. Mat. 7.28; 13.54, et al.
Ἐκπνέω, ῶ, (ἐκ & πνέω)
    f. ευσω & εύσομαι,
    to breathe out; to expire, die, Mar. 15.37, 39. Lu. 23.46.
Ἐκπορεύομαι, (ἐκ & πορεύομαι)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to go from or out of a place, depart from, Mar. 11.19; 13.1,
	et al.; to be voided, Mar. 7.19; to be cast out, Mat. 17.21;
	to proceed from, be spoken, Mat. 4.4; 15.11, et al.; to burst
	forth, Re. 4.5; to be spread abroad, Lu. 4.37; to flow out,
	Re. 22.1; fr. the Heb. ἐκπορ. καὶ εἰσπορ. see εἰσέρχομαι,
	Ac. 9.28.
Ἐκπορνεύω, (ἐκ & πορνεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to be given to fornication, Jude 7. L.G.
Ἐκπτύω, (ἐκ & πτύω)
    f. ύσω & ύσομαι,
    to spit out; met. to reject, Gal. 4.14. (ῠ).
Ἐκριζόω, ῶ, (ἐκ & ῥιζόω)
    f. ώσε,
    to root up, eradicate, Mat. 13.29; 15.13. Lu. 17.6.
	Jude 12. L.G.
Ἔκστᾰσις, εως, ἡ, (ἐξίστημι)
    pr. a displacement; hence, a displacement of the mind
	from its ordinary state and self-possession; amazement,
	astonishment, Mar. 5.42; excess of fear; fear, terror,
	Mar. 16.8. Lu. 5.26. Ac. 3.10; in N.T., an ecstasy, a
	trance, Ac. 10.10; 11.5; 22.17.
Ἐκστρέφω, (ἐκ & στρέφω)
    f. ψω, p. pass. ἐξέστραμμαι,
    pr. to turn out of, to turn inside out; hence, to change
	entirely; in N.T., pass. to be perverted, Tit. 3.11.
Ἐκταράσσω, (ἐκ & ταράσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to disturb, disquiet, throw into confusion, Ac. 16.20.
Ἐκτείνω, (ἐκ & τείνω, to stretch)
    f. τενῶ,
    to stretch out, Mat. 8.3; 12.13, et al.; to lay hands on
	any one, Lu. 22.53; to exert power and energy, Ac. 4.30;
	to cast out, let down an anchor, Ac. 27.30.
Ἐκτελέω, ῶ, (ἐκ & τελέω)
    f. έσω,
    to bring quite to an end, to finish, complete, Lu. 14.29, 30.
Ἐκτένεια, ας, ἡ, (ἐκτενής)
    pr. extension; in N.T., intenseness, intentness; ἐν ἐκτενείᾳ,
	intently, assiduously, Ac. 26.7. L.G.
Ἐκτενέστερον,
    adv. very earnestly, Lu. 22.44; pr. neut. comp. of
Ἐκτενής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές, (ἐκτείνω)
    pr. extended; met. intense, earnest, fervent, Ac. 12.5. 1 Pe. 4.8:
	whence
Ἐκτενῶς,
    adv. intensely, fervently, earnestly, 1 Pe. 1.22.
Ἐκτίθημι, (ἐκ & τίθημι)
    f. ἐκθήσω,
    pr. to place outside, put forth; to expose an infant, Ac. 7.21;
	met. to set forth, declare, explain, Ac. 11.4; 18.26; 28.23.
Ἐκτινάσσω, (ἐκ & τινάσσω, to shake)
    f. ξω,
    to shake out, shake off, Mat. 10.14. Mar. 6.11, et al.
Ἕκτος, ην, ον, (ἕξ)
    sixth, Mat. 20.5; 27.45, et al.
Ἐκτός, (ἐκ)
    adv. without, on the outside; τὸ ἐκτός, the exterior, outside,
	Mat. 23.26; met. besides, Ac. 26.22. 1 Co. 15.27; ἐκτὸς εἰ μή,
	unless, except, 1 Co. 14.5, et al.
Ἐκτρέπω, (ἐκ & τρέπω)
    f. ψω, a.2. pass. ἐξετράπην,
    to turn out or aside, He. 12.13; mid. to turn away or aside,
	swerve, 1 Ti. 1.6; 5.15. 2 Ti. 4.4; to turn from, avoid,
	1 Ti. 6.20.
Ἐκτρέφω, (ἐκ & τρέφω)
    f. ἐκθρέψω,
    to nourish, promote health and strength, Ep. 5.29; to bring
	up, educate, Ep. 6.4.
Ἔκτρωμα, ατος, τό, (ἐκτιτρώσκω, to cause abortion)
    an abortion, fœtus prematurely born, 1 Co. 15.8.
Ἐκφέρω, (ἐκ & φέρω)
    f. ἐξοίσω, a.1. ἐξήνεγκα, a.2 ἐξήνεγκον,
    to bring forth, carry out, Lu. 15.22. Ac. 5.15. 1 Ti. 6.7;
	to carry out for burial, Ac. 5.6, 9, 10; to produce, yield,
	He. 6.8.
Ἐκφεύγω, (ἐκ & φεύγω)
    f. ξομαι, a.2. ἐξέφυγον, p. ἐκπέφευγα,
    intrans., to flee out, to make an escape, Ac. 16.27; 19.16;
	trans., to escape, avoid, Lu. 21.36. Ro. 2.3, et al.
Ἐκφοβέω, ῶ, (ἐκ & φοβέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to terrify, 2 Co. 10.9
Ἔκφοβος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐκ & φόβος)
    affrighted, Mar. 9.6. He. 12.21.
Ἐκφύω, (ἐκ & φύω)
    f. ύσω,
    to generate; to put forth, shoot, Mat. 24.32. Mar. 13.28. (ῠ, ῡσ–)
Ἐκχέω,
    f. ἐκχέω, or ἐκχεῶ, a.1. ἐξέχεα, p. ἐκκέχῠκα, pass. p. ἐκκέχῠμαι,
	a.1. ἐξεχύθην,
    to pour out, Re. 16.1, 2.3, et al.; to shed blood, Mat. 26.28.
	Mar. 14.24, et al.; pass. to gush out, Ac. 1.18; to spill,
	scatter, Mat. 9.17. Jno. 2.15; met. to give largely, bestow
	liberally, Ac. 2.17, 18, 33; 10.45, et al.; pass. to rush headlong
	into any thing, be abandoned to, Jude 11.
Ἐκχύνω,
    a later form equivalent to ἐκχέω. Mat. 23.35, et al.
Ἐκχωρέω, ῶ, (ἐκ & χωρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to go out, depart from, flee, Lu. 21.21.
Ἐκψύχω,
    f. ξω,
    to expire, give up the ghost, Ac. 5.5, 10; 12.23. (ῡ)
Ἑκών, οῦσα, όν,
    willing, voluntary, Ro. 8.20. 1 Co. 9.17.
Ἐλαία, ας, ἡ,
    an olive tree, Mat. 21.1; 24.3, et al.; an olive, fruit of
	the olive tree, Ja. 3.12:
	whence
Ἔλαιον, ου, τό,
    olive oil, oil, Mat. 25.3, 4, 8. Mar. 6.13, et al.
Ἐλαιών, ῶνος, ὁ,
    an olive garden; in N.T., the mount Olivet, Ac. 1.12.
Ἐλάσσων, v. ττως, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (comp. of old word ἐλαχύς)
    less; less in age, younger, Ro. 9.12; less in dignity,
	inferior, He. 7.7; less in quality, inferior, worse, Jno. 2.10:
	whence
Ἔλαττον, (pr. neut. of preced.)
    adv. less, 1 Ti. 5.9.
Ἐλαττονέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἠλαττόνησα,
    trans. to make less; intrans. to be less, inferior; to have
	too little, want, lack, 2 Co. 8.15. L.G.
Ἐλαττόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, p. pass. ἠλαττωμαι,
    to make less or inferior, He. 2.7; pass. to be made less or
	inferior, He. 2.9; to decline in importance, Jno. 3.30.
Ἐλαύνω,
    f. ἐλάσω, p. ἐλήλακα,
    to drive, urge forward, spur on, Lu. 8.29. Ja. 3.4. 2 Pe. 2.17;
	to impel a vessel by oars, to row, Mar. 6.48. Jno. 6.19.
Ἐλαφρία, ας, ἡ,
    lightness in weight; hence, lightness of mind, thoughtlessness,
	levity, 2 Co. 1.17: (L.G.)
	from
Ἐλαφρός, ά, όν,
    light, not heavy, Mat. 11.30. 2 Co. 4.17.
Ἐλάχιστος, η, ον, (sup. of μικρός, fr. ἐλαχύς)
    smallest, least, Mat. 2.6; 5.19, et al.
Ἐλαχιστότερος, α, ον, (comp. of preced.)
    far less, far inferior, Ep. 3.8. L.G.
Ἐλεγμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a later equivalent to ἔλεγχος. v.r. 2 Ti. 3.16.
Ἔλεγξις, εως, ἡ, (a later form for ἔλεγχος)
    reproof, confutation, 2 Pe. 2.16.
Ἔλεγχος, ου, ὁ, (ἐλέγχω)
    pr. a trial in order to proof, a proof; meton. a certain
	persuasion, He. 11.1; reproof, refutation, 2 Ti. 3.16:
	from
Ἐλέγχω,
    f. ξχ, a.1. ἤλεγξα, a.1. pass. ἠλέγχθην,
    to convict, Jno. 8.9, 46; to refute, confute, 1 Co. 14.24.
	Tit. 1.9; to detect, lay bare, expose, Jno. 3.20. Ep 5.11, 13;
	to put to shame; to reprove, reprehend, rebuke, Mat. 18.15.
	Lu. 3.19. 1 Ti. 5.20; to discipline, correct by chastisement,
	chastise, He. 12.5. Re. 3.19.
Ἐλεεινός, ή, όν, (ἔλεος)
    pitiable, wretched, miserable, 1 Co. 15.19. Re. 3.17.
Ἐλεέω, ῶ, (fr. same)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἠλέησα, p. pass. ἠλέημαι, a.1. pass. ἠλεήθην,
    to pity, commiserate, have compassion on; pass. to receive
	pity, experience compassion, Mat. 5.7; 9.27; 15.22, et al.;
	to be gracious to any one, show gracious favour and saving
	mercy towards; pass. to be an object of gracious favour and
	saving mercy, Ro. 9.15, 16, 18; 11.30, 31, 32, et al.;
	spc. to obtain pardon and forgiveness, 1 Ti. 1.13, 16.
Ἐλεημοσύνη, ης, ἡ,
    pity, compassion, in N.T., alms, almsgiving, Mat. 6.2, 3, 4.
	Lu. 11.41, et al.:
	from
Ἐλεήμων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐλεέω)
    merciful, pitiful, compassionate, Mat. 5.7. He. 2.17.
Ἔλεος, ου, ὁ, & in N.T. έους, τό,
    pity, mercy, compassion, Mat. 9.13; 12.7. Lu. 1.50, 78; et al.;
	meton. benefit which results from compassion, kindness, mercies,
	blessings, Lu. 1.54, 58, 72; 10.37. Ro. 9.23, et al.
Ἐλευθερία, ας, ἡ,
    liberty, freedom, 1 Co. 10.29. Gal. 2.4, et al.:
	from
Ἐλεύθερος, α, ον,
    free, in a state of freedom as opposed to slavery, 1 Co. 12.13.
	Gal. 3.28, et al.; free, exempt, Mat. 17.26. 1 Co. 7.39, et al.;
	unrestricted, unfettered, 1 Co. 9.1; free from the dominion of
	sin, &c. Jno. 8.36. Ro. 6.20; free in the possession of Gospel
	privileges, 1 Pe. 2.16:
	whence
Ἐλευθερόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to free, set free, Jno. 32.36. Ro. 6.18, 22, et al.
Ἔλευσις, εως, ἡ, (obs. ἐλεύθω)
    a coming, advent, Ac. 7.52. L.G.
Ἐλεφάντῐνος, η, ον, (ἐλέφας, ivory)
    ivory, made of ivory, Re. 18.12.
Ἑλίσσω,
    f. ξω,
    to roll, fold up, as garments, He. 1.12.
Ἐλκος, εος, τό,
    pr. a wound; hence, an ulcer, sore, Lu. 16.21. Re. 16.2, 11:
	hence,
Ἐλκόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to ulcerate, exulcerate; pass. to be afflicted with ulcers,
	Lu. 16.20.
Ἕλκω, & L.G. ἑλκύω,
    imp. εἵλκον, f. ύσω, a.1. εἵλκῠσα,
    to draw, drag, Jno. 21.6, 11. Ac. 16.19; 21.30. Ja. 2.6; to
	draw a sword, unsheath, Jno. 18.10; met. to draw mentally and
	morally, Jno. 6.44; 12.32.
Ἑλλάς, άδος, ἡ,
    Hellas, Greece; in N.T., the southern portion of Greece as
	distinguished from Macedonia, Ac. 20.2.
Ἕλλην, ηνος, ὁ,
    a Greek, Ac. 18.17. Ro. 1.14; one not a Jew, a gentile,
	Ac. 14.1; 16.1, 3, et al.
Ἑλληνικός, ή, όν,
    Greek, Grecian, Lu. 23.28. Re. 9.11.
Ἑλληνίς, ίδος, ἡ,
    a female Greek, Mar. 7.26. Ac. 17.12.
Ἑλληνιστής, οῦ, ὁ, (ἑλληνίζω, to imitate the Greeks)
    pr. one who uses the language and follows the customs of the
	Greeks; in N.T., a Jew by blood but a native of a Greek-speaking
	country, Ac. 6.1; 9.29.
Ἑλληνιστί,
    adv. in the Greek language, Jno. 19.20. Ac. 21.37.
Ἐλλογέω, ῶ, (ἐν & λόγος)
    f. ήσω,
    to enter in an account, to put to one's account, Phile. 18;
	in N.T., to impute, Ro. 5.13.
Ἐλπίζω,
    f. ίσω, At. ιῶ, p. ἤλπικα, a.1. ἤλπισα,
    to hope, expect, Lu. 23.8; 24.21, et al.; to repose hope and
	confidence in, trust, confide, Mat. 12.21. Jno. 5.45, et al.:
	from
Ἐλπις, ίδος, ἡ,
    pr. expectation; hope, Ac. 24.15. Ro. 5.4, et al.; meton.
	the object of hope, thing hoped for, Ro. 8.24. Gal. 5.5, et al.;
	the author or source of hope, Col. 1.27. 1 Ti. 1.1, et al.; trust,
	confidence, 1 Pe. 1.21; ἐπ' ἐλπίδι, in security, with a guarantee,
	Ac. 2.26. Ro. 8.20.
Ἐλωί, (Aram. אלהי)
    my God, Mar. 15.34.
Ἐμαυτοῦ, ῆς, οῦ, (ἐμοῦ & αὐτοῦ)
    reflective pron. myself, mei, ipsius,
	Lu. 7.7. Jno. 5.31, et al.
Ἐμβαίνω, (ἐν & βαίνω)
    f. ἐμβήσομαι, a.2. ἐνέβην,
    to step in; to go on board a ship, embark,
	Mat. 8.23; 9.1; 13.2. et al.
Ἐμβάλλω, (ἐν & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ, a.2. ἐνέβαλον,
    to cast into, Lu. 12.5.
Ἐμβάπτω, (ἐν & βάπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to dip in, Mat. 26.23. Jno. 13.26; mid. ἐμβάπτομαι, to dip
	for food in a dish, Mar. 14.20.
Ἐμβατεύω, (ἐν & βαίνω)
    f. εύσω,
    pr. to step into or upon; met. to search into, investigate;
	to pry into intrusively, Co. 2.18.
Ἐμβιβάζω, (ἐν & βιβάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to cause to step into or upon; to set in or upon; especially,
	to put on board, Ac. 27.6.
Ἐμβλέπω, (ἐν & βλέπω)
    f. ψω,
    to look attentively, gaze earnestly at an object, followed
	by εἰς, Mar. 6.26. Ac. 1.11; to direct a glance, to look searchingly
	or significantly, at a person, followed by the dat., Mar. 10.21; 14.67.
	Lu. 22.16, et al.; absol. to see clearly, Mar. 8.25. Ac. 22.11.
Ἐμβριμάομαι, ῶμαι, (ἐν & βριμάομαι, to snort)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to be greatly fretted or agitated, Jno. 11.33; to charge or
	forbid sternly or vehemently, Mat. 9.30. Mar. 1.43; to express
	indignation, to censure, Mar. 14.5.
Ἐμέω, ῶ,
    f. έσω,
    to vomit, Re. 3.16.
Ἐμμαίνομαι, (ἐν & μαίνομαι)
    f. ανοῦμαι,
    to be mad against, be furious towards, Ac. 26.11. L.G.
Ἐμμένω, (ἐν & μένω)
    f. ενῶ,
    pr. to remain in a place; met. to abide by, to continue firm in,
	perservere in, Ac. 14.22. Gal. 3.10. He. 8.9.
Ἐμός, ή, όν,
    possessive adj. of the first pers., my, mine,
	Jno. 7.16; 8.37, et al.
Ἐμπαιγμονή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἐμπαίζω)
    mocking, scoffing, derision, v.r. 2 Pe. 3.3. N.T.
Ἐμπαιγμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    mocking, scoffing, scorn, He. 11.36: (L.G.) from
Ἐμπαίζω, (ἐν & παίζω)
    f. αίξω,
    to play upon, deride, mock, treat with scorn and contumely,
	Mat. 20.19; 27.29, et al.; by impl. to illude, delude, deceive,
	Mat. 2.16:
	whence
Ἐμπαίκτης, ου, ὁ,
    a mocker, derider, scoffer, 2 Pe. 3.3. Jude 18. L.G.
Ἐμπεριπατέω, ῶ, (ἐν & περιπατέω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to walk about in a place; met. in N.T., to live among,
	be conversant with, 2 Co. 6.16.
Ἐμπίπλημι, & ἐμπιπλάω, ῶ, (ἐν & πίμπλημι)
    f. ἐμπλήσω, a.1. pass ἐνεπλήσθην,
    to fill, Ac. 14.17; pass. to be satisfied, satiated, full,
	Lu. 1.53; 6.25. Jno. 6.12; met. to have full enjoyment of,
	Ro. 15.24.
Ἐμπίπρημι,
    f. πρήσω,
    to set on fire, to burn, Mat. 22.7.
Ἐμπίπτω, (ἐν & πίπτω)
    f. πεσοῦμαι, a.2. ἐνέπεσον,
    to fall into, Mat. 12.11. Lu. 14.5; to encounter, Lu. 10.36;
	to be involved in, 1 Ti. 3.6, 7; 6.9; εἰς χεῖρας, to fall
	under the chastisement of, He. 10.31.
Ἐμπλέκω, (ἐν & πλέκω)
    f. ξω,
    pr. to intertwine; met. to implicate, entangle, involve;
	pass. to be implicated, involved, or to entangle one's self in,
	2 Ti. 2.4. 2 Pe. 2.20.
Ἐμπλοκή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἐμπλέκω)
    braiding or plaiting of hair, 1 Pe. 3.3. L.G.
Ἐμπνέω, (ἐν & πνέω)
    f. εύσω,
    to breathe into or upon; to respire, breathe; met. to breathe of,
	be animated with the spirit of, Ac. 9.1.
Ἐμπορεύομαι, (ἐν & πορεύομαι)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to travel; to travel for business' sake; to trade, traffic,
	Ja. 4.13; by impl. to make a gain of, deceive for one's own
	advantage, 2 Pe. 2.3:
	whence
Ἐμπορία, ας, ἡ,
    traffic, trade, Mat. 22.5.
Ἐμπόριον,
    a mart, market-place, emporium; meton. traffic, Jno. 2.16.
Ἔμπορος, ου, ὁ,
    a passenger by sea; a traveller; one who travels about for
	traffic, a merchant, Mat. 13.45. Re. 18.3, 11, 15, 23.
Ἔμπροσθεν,
    adv., used also as a prep., before, in front of, Lu. 19.4.
	Phi. 3.14; before, in the presence of, in the face of,
	Mat. 5.24; 23.14; before, previous to, Jno. 1.15, 27, 30;
	fr. the Heb. in the sight or estimation of, Mat. 11.26;
	18.14, et al.
Ἐμπτύω, (ἐν & πτύω)
    f. ύσω,
    to spit upon, Mat. 26.67; 27.30, et al. (ῡω, ῠσω) L.G.
Ἐμφᾰνής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές, (ἐν & φαίνω)
    apparent, conspicuous, obvious to the sight, Ac. 10.40;
	met. manifest, known, comprehended, Ro. 10.20:
	whence
Ἐμφανίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐνεφάνισα,
    to cause to appear clearly; to communicate, report,
	Ac. 23.15, 22; to lay an information, Ac. 24.1; 25.2, 15;
	to manifest, intimate plainly, He. 11.14; to reveal, make
	known, Jno. 14.21, 22; pass. to appear, be visible,
	Mat. 27.53; to present one's self, He. 9.24.
Ἔμφοβος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐν & φόβος)
    terrible; in N.T., terrified, affrighted, Lu. 24.5, 37.
	Ac. 10.4; 22.9, et al.
Ἐμφῡσάω, ῶ, (ἐν & φυσάω, to breathe)
    f. ήσω,
    to blow or breath into, inflate; in N.T., to breathe upon,
	Jno. 20.22.
Ἔμφῠτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐν & φύω)
    implanted, ingrafted, infixed, Ja. 1.21.
Ἐν,
    prep. pr. referring to place, in, Mat. 8.6. Mar. 12.26.
	Re. 6.6, et al. freq.; upon, Lu. 8.32, et al.; among,
	Mat. 11.11, et al.; before, in the presence of, Mar. 8.38,
	et al.; in the sight, estimation of, 1 Co. 14.11, et al.;
	before, judicially, 1 Co. 6.2; in, of state, occupation,
	habit, Mat. 21.22. Lu. 7.25. Ro. 4.10, et al.; in the case of,
	Mat. 17.12, et al.; in respect of, Lu. 1.7. 1 Co. 1.7, et al.;
	on occasion of, on the ground of, Mat. 6.7. Lu. 1.21, et al.;
	used of the thing by which an oath is made, Mat. 5.34, et al.;
	of the instrument, means, efficient cause, Ro. 12.21. Ac. 4.12,
	et al.; equipped with, furnished with, 1 Co. 4.21. He. 9.25,
	et al.; arrayed with, accompanied by, Lu. 14.31. Ju. 14, et al.;
	of time, during, in the course of, Mat. 2.1, et al.; in N.T.,
	of demoniacal possession, possessed by, Mar. 5.2, et al.
Ἐναγκαλίζομαι, (ἐν & ἀγκάλη)
    f. ισομαι,
    to take into or embrace in one's arms, Mar. 9.36; 10.16. L.G.
Ἐνάλιος, ία, ιον, & ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐν & ἅλς)
    marine, living in the sea, Ja. 3.7.
Ἔναντι, (ἐν & ἀντί)
    adv. over against, in the presence of, Lu. 1.8. L.G.
Ἐναντίον, (pr. neut. of ἐναντίος)
    before, in the presence of, Mar. 2.12. Lu. 20.26. Ac. 8.32;
	fr. the Heb. in the sight or estimation of, Ac. 7.10; with
	τοῦ Θεοῦ, an intensive expression, Lu. 24.19.
Ἐναντίος, α, ον, (ἐν & ἀντί)
    opposite to, over against, Mar. 15.39; contrary, as the wind,
	Mat. 14.24. Ac. 26.9; 28.17. 1 Thes. 2.15; ὁ ἐξ ἐναντίας, an
	adverse party, enemy, Tit. 2.8; adverse, hostile, counter,
	1 Thes. 2.15.
Ἐνάρχομαι, (ἐν & ἄρχομαι)
    f. ξομαι,
    to begin, commence, Gal. 3.3. Phi. 1.6.
Ἔνατος,
    see ἔννατος
Ἐνδεής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐνδέω)
    indigent, poor, needy, Ac. 4.34.
Ἔνδειγμα, ατος, τό,
    a token, evidence, proof, 2 Thes. 1.5:
	from
Ἐνδείκνῠμαι, (mid. of ἐνδείκνῠμι, to point out)
    f. δείξομαι,
    to manifest, display, Ro. 9.17, 22. He. 6.10, et al.; to give
	outward proof of, Ro. 2.15; to display a certain bearing towards
	a person; hence, to perpetrate openly, 2 Ti. 4.14:
	whence
Ἑνδειξις, εως, ἡ,
    a pointing out; met. manifestation, public declaration,
	Ro. 3.25, 26; a token, sign, proof, i.q. ἔνδειγμα, 2 Co. 8.24.
	Phi. 1.28.
Ἕνδεκα, οἱ, αἱ, τά, (εἷς, ἕν & δέκα)
    eleven, Mat. 28.16. Mar. 16.14, et al.:
	whence
Ἑνδέκατος, άτη, ατον,
    eleventh, Mat. 20.6, 9. Re. 21.20.
Ἐνδέχεται, impers. (ἐνδέχομαι, to admit)
    it is possible, Lu. 13.33.
Ἐνδημέω, ῶ, (ἐν & δῆμος)
    f. ήσω,
    to dwell in a place, to be at home, 2 Co. 5.6, 8, 9.
Ἐνδιδύσκα,
    a later form, equivalent to ἐνδύω, Lu. 8.27; 16.19; &
	v.r. Mar. 15.17.
Ἔνδῐκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐν & δίκη)
    fair, just, Ro. 3.8. He. 2.2.
Ἐνδόμησις, εως, ἡ, (ἐνδομέω)
    pr. a thing built in; in N.T., a building, structure,
	Re. 21.18. L.G.
Ἐνδοξάζω, (ἐν & δοξάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to invest with glory; pass. to be glorified, to be made
	a subject of glorification, 2 Thes. 1.10, 12. S.
Ἔνδοξος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐν & δόξα)
    honoured, 1 Co. 4.10; notable, memorable, Lu. 13.17;
	splendid, gorgeous, Lu. 7.25; in unsullied array, Ep. 5.27.
Ἔνδῠμα, ατος, τό, (ἐνδύω)
    clothing, a garment, Mat. 6.25, 28; 22.11, 12, et al.; in
	particular, an outer garment, cloak, mantle, Mat. 3.4. L.G.
Ἐνδυναμόω, ῶ, (ἐν & δύναμις)
    f. ώσω,
    to empower, invigorate, Phi. 4.13. 1 Ti. 1.12. 2 Ti. 4.17;
	mid. to summon up vigour, put forth energy, Ep. 6.10. 2 Ti. 2.1;
	pass. to acquire strength, be invigorated, be strong, Ac. 9.22.
	Ep. 6.20. He. 11.34. N.T.
Ἐνδύω & ἐνδύνω, (ἐν & δύω)
    f. ύσω,
    to enter, 2 Ti. 3.6; to put on, clothe, invest, array, Mat. 27.31.
	Mar. 15.17, 20; mid. clothe one's self, be clothed or invested,
	Mat. 22.11; 27.31, et al.; trop. to be invested with spiritual
	gifts, graces, or character, Lu. 24.49. Ro. 13.14, et al.
	(ῠω, ῡνω, ῡσω):
	whence
Ἔνδῠσις, εως, ἡ,
    a putting on, or wearing of clothes, 1 Pe. 3.3.
Ἐνέδρα, ας, ἡ, (ἐν & ἕδρα)
    pr. a sitting in or on a spot; an ambush, ambuscade or lying
	in wait, Ac. 23.16; 25.3:
	whence
Ἐνεδρεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to lie in wait or ambush for, Ac. 23.21; to endeavour to entrap,
	Lu. 11.54.
Ἔνεδρον, ου, τό,
    i.q. ἐνέδρα Ac. 23.16. N.T.
Ἐνειλέω, ῶ (ἐν & εἱλεω)
    f. ήσω,
    to inwrap, envelope, Mar. 15.46.
Ἔνειμι, (ἐν & εἰμί)
    to be in or within; τὰ ἐνόντα, those things which are within,
	Lu. 11.41.
Ἕνεκα, v. ἕνεκεν, v. εἵνεκεν,
    adv. on account of, for the sake of, by reason of,
	Mat. 5.10, 11; 10.18, 39, et al.
Ἐνέργεια, ας, ἡ, (ἐνεργής)
    energy, efficacy, power, Phi. 3.21. Col. 2.12; active energy,
	operation, Ep. 4.16. Col. 1.29, et al.
Ἐνεργέω, (fr. same)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐνήργνσα,
    to effect, 1 Co. 12.6, 11. Gal. 3.5. Ep. 1.11, 20. Phi. 2.13;
	absol. to be active, Mat. 14.2. Mar. 6.14. Ep 2.2; in N.T.,
	to communicate energy and efficiency, Gal. 2.8; pass. to be
	called into activity, be actively developed, take effect,
	Ro. 7.5. 2 Co. 1.6, et al.; ἐνεργουμίνη, Ja. 5.16, full of energy,
	fervent:
	whence
Ἐνέργημα, ατος, τό,
    an effect, thing effected, 1 Co. 12.6; operation, working,
	1 Co. 12.10. L.G.
Ἐνεργής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐν & ἔργον)
    active, Phile. 6; efficient, energetic, He. 4.12; adapted to
	accomplish a thing, effectual, 1 Co. 16.9
Ἐνευλογέω, ῶ, (ἐν & εὐλογέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to bless in respect of, or by means of, Ac. 3.25. Gal. 3.8. S.
Ἐνέχω, (ἐν & ἔχω)
    f. ξω, imperf. ἐνεῖχον,
    to hold within; to fix upon; in N.T., intrans. (scil. χόλον)
	to entertain a grudge against, Mar. 6.19; to be exasperated
	against, Lu. 11.53; pass. to be entangled, held fast in,
	Gal. 5.1.
Ἐνθάδε, (ἔνθα, here, & δε, an enclitic particle)
    adv. pr. hither, to this place, Jno. 4.15, 16, et al.; also,
	here, in this place, Lu. 24.41, et al.
Ἔνθεν, (ἐν)
    adv. hence, from this place, v.r. Lu. 16.26.
Ἐνθῡμέομαι, οῦμαι, (ἐν & θυμός)
    f. ήσομαι, a.1. ἐνεθυμήθην,
    to ponder in one's mind, think of, meditate on, Mat. 1.20; 9.4
	Ac. 10.19:
	whence
Ἐνθύμησις, εως, ἡ,
    the act of thought, cogitation, reflection, Mat. 9.4; 12.25.
	He. 4.12; the result of thought, invention, device, Ac. 17.29.
Ἔνι, (for ἔνεστι, fr. ἔνειμι)
    there is in, there is contained, there exits, Gal. 3.28,
	ter. Col. 3.11. Ja. 1.17.
Ἐνιαυτός, οῦ, ὁ, (ἔνος)
    a year, more particularly as being a cycle of seasons, and
	in respect of its revolution, Jno. 11.49, 51; 18.13, et al.;
	in N.T., an era, Lu. 4.19.
Ἐνίστημι, (ἐν & ἵστημι)
    f. ἐνστήσω,
    to place in or upon; intrans. p. ἐνέστηκα, part. ἐνεστηκώς &
	ἐνεστώς, f. ἐνστήσομαι, to stand close upon; to be at hand,
	impend, to be present, Ro. 8.38. 2 Thes. 2.2, et al.
Ἐνισχύω, (ἐν & ἰσχύω)
    f. ύσω,
    to strengthen, impart strength and vigour, Lu. 22.43;
	intrans. to gain, acquire, or recover strength and vigour,
	be strengthened, Ac. 9.19 (ῡσ).
Ἔννᾰτος, v. ἔνᾰτος, άτη, ον,
    ninth, Mat. 20.5. Re. 21.20, et al.:
	from
Ἐννέα, οἱ, αἱ, τά,
    nine, Lu. 17.17.
Ἐννενήκοντα, οἱ, αἱ, τά,
    ninety.
Ἐννενηκονταεννέα, οἱ, αἱ, τά, (fr. two preced.)
    ninety-nine, Mat. 18.12, 13. Lu. 15.4, 7.
Ἐννεός, οῦ, ὁ, & ἐνεός,
    stupid; dumb; struck dumb with amazement, bewildered,
	stupified, Ac. 9.7.
Ἐννεύω, (ἐν & νεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to nod at, signify by a nod; to make signs; to intimate by
	signs, Lu. 1.62.
Ἔννοια, ας, ἡ, (ἐν & νοέω, νοῦς)
    notion, idea; thought, purpose, intention, He. 4.12. 1 Pe. 4.1.
Ἔννομος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐν & νόμος)
    within law, lawful, legal, Ac. 19.39; in N.T., subject or under
	a law, obedient to a law, 1 Co. 9.21.
Ἔννῠχος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐν & νύξ)
    nocturnal; neut. ἔννυχον, as an adv., by night, Mar. 1.35.
Ἐνοικέω, ῶ, (ἐν & οἰκέω)
    to dwell in, inhabit; in N.T., met. to be indwelling spiritually,
	Ro.8.11. Col. 3.16. 2 Ti. 1.14; to be infixed mentally, 2 Ti. 1.5;
	of the Deity, to be specially present, 2 Co. 6.16.
Ἑνότης, τητος, ἡ, (εἷς, ἑνός)
    oneness, unity, Ep. 4.3, 13.
Ἐνοχλέω, ῶ, (ἐν & ὀχλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to trouble, annoy; to be a trouble, He. 12.15.
Ἔνοχος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐνέχω)
    held in or by; subjected to, He. 2.15; obnoxious, liable to,
	Mat. 5.21, 22; 26.66. Mar. 3.29; 14.64; an offender against,
	1 Co. 11.27. Ja. 2.10.
Ἔνταλμα, ατος, τό, (ἐντελλομαι)
    equivalent to ἐντολύ, a precept, commandment, ordinance,
	Mat. 15.9. Mar. 7.7. Col. 2.22. S.
Ἐνταφιάζω, (ἐντάφιος, θάπτω)
    f. άσω,
    to prepare a body for burial, Mat. 26.12; absol. to make the
	ordinary preprations for burial, Jno. 19.40: (L.G.)
	whence
Ἐνταφιασμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    the preparation of a corpse for burial,
	Mar. 14.8. Jno. 12.7. N.T.
Ἐντέλλομαι,
    f. τελοῦμαι, a.1. ἐνετειλάμην, p. ἐντέταλμαι,
    to enjoin, charge, command, Mat. 4.6; 15.4; 17.9, et al.;
	to direct, Mat. 19.7. Mar. 10.3.
Ἐντεῦθεν,
    adv. hence, from this place, Mat. 17.20. Lu. 4.9, et al.;
	ἐντεῦθεω καὶ ἐντεῦθεν, hence and hence, on each side,
	Re. 22.2; hence from this cause, Ja. 4.1.
Ἔντευξις, εως, ἡ, (ἐντυγχάνω)
    pr. a meeting with; hence, converse, address; prayer,
	supplication, intercession, 1 Ti. 2.1; 4.5.
Ἔντῑμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐν & τιμή)
    honoured, estimable, dear, Lu. 7.2; 14.8. Phi. 2.29;
	highly valued, precious, costly, 1 Pe. 2.4, 6.
Ἐντολή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἐντέλλομαι)
    an injunction; a precept, commandment, Mat. 5.19; 15.3, 6;
	instruction in one's duties, 1 Ti. 6.14. 2 Pe. 2.21; a command,
	direction, Jno. 10.18. Ac. 17.15; an edict, Jno. 11.57; a direction,
	Mar. 10.5; a commission, instructions committed to any one to be
	proclaimed, a charge, Jno. 12.49, 50, et al.
Ἐντόπιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐν & τόπος)
    i.q. ἔντοπος, in or of a place; an inhabitant, citizen,
	Ac. 21.12.
Ἐντός, (ἐν)
    adv. inside, within, Lu. 17.21; τὸ ἐντός, the interior,
	inside, Mat. 23.26.
Ἐντρέπω, (ἐν & τρέπω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to turn one back upon himself; hence, to put to shame,
	make ashamed; mid. ἐντρέπομαι, f. ἐντραπήσομαι, a.2. ἐνετραπόμην,
	to revere, revenence, regard, Mat. 21.37. Mar. 12.6, et al.;
	absol. to feel shame, be put to shame, 2 Thes. 3.14. Tit. 2.8.
Ἐντρέφω, (ἐν & τρέφω)
    f. ἐνθρέψω,
    to nourish in, bring up or educate in; pass. to be imbued,
	1 Ti. 4.6.
Ἔντρομος, ου, ὀ, ἡ, (ἐν & τρόμος)
    trembling, terrifed, Ac. 7.32; 16.29. He. 12.21. L.G.
Ἐντροπή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἐντρέπω)
    reverence; in N.T., shame, 1 Co. 6.5; 15.34.
Ἐντρυφάω, ῶ, (ἐν & τρυφάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to live luxuriously, riot, revel, 2 Pe. 2.13.
Ἐντυγχάνω, (ἐν & τυγχάνω)
    f. τεύξομαι, a.2. ἐνετῠχον,
    to fall in with, meet; to have converse with, address; to
	address or apply to any one, Ac. 25.24; ὑμέρ τινος, to intercede
	for any one, plead the cause of, Ro. 8.27, 34. He. 7.25;
	κατά τινος, to address a representative or suit against any one,
	to accuse, complain of, Ro. 11.2.
Ἐντυλίσσω, (ἐν & τυλίσσω)
    f. ξω, p. pass. ἐντετύλιγμαι,
    to wrap up in, inwrap, envelope, Mat. 27.59. Lu. 23.53; to wrap up,
	roll or fold together, Jno. 20.7.
Ἐντυπόω, ῶ, (ἐν & τυπόω, fr. τύπος, an impress)
    f. ώσω,
    to impress a figure, instamp, engrave, 2 Co. 3.7.
Ἐνυβρίζω, (ἐν & ὕβρις)
    f. ίσω,
    to insult, outrage, contemn, He. 10.29.
Ἐνυπνιάζω,
    f. άσω, & ἐνυπνιάζομαι, f. ἐνυπνιασθήσομαι,
    to dream; in N.T., to receive some supernatural impression or
	information in a dream, Ac. 2.17; to cherish vain opinions, Jude 8:
	from
Ἐνύπνιον, ου, τό, (pr. neut. of ἐνύπνιος, presented during sleep,
	fr. ἐν & ὕπνος)
    a dream; in N.T., a supernatural suggestion or impression
	receive during sleep, a vision, Ac. 2.17.
Ἐνώπιον, (pr. neut. of ἐνώπιος, in sight or front)
    adv. before, in the presence of, Lu. 5.25; 8.47; in front of,
	Re. 4.5, 6; immediately preceding as a forerunner, Lu. 1.17.
	Re. 16.19; fr. the Heb. in the presence of, metaphysically,
	i.e. in the sphere of sensation or thought, Lu. 12.9; 15.10.
	Ac. 10.31; in the eyes of, in the judgment of, Lu. 16.15; 24.11.
	Ac. 4.19, et al. L.G.
Ἐνωτίζομαιν, (ἐν & οὖς)
    f. ίσομαι, a.1. ἐνωτισάμην,
    to give ear, listen, hearken to, Ac. 2.14. L.G.
Ἐξ,
    see ἐκ.
Ἕξ, οἱ, αἱ, τά,
    six, Mat. 17.1. Mar. 9.2, et al.
Ἐξαγγέλλω, (ἐξ & ἀγγέλλω)
    f. γελῶ
    to tell forth, divulge, publish; to declare abroad,
	celebrate, 1 Pe. 2.9.
Ἐξαγοράζω, (ἐξ & ἀγοράζω)
    f. άσω,
    to buy out of the hands of a person; to redeem, set free,
	Gal. 3.13; mid. to redeem, buy off, to secure for one's
	self or one's own use; to rescue from loss or misapplication,
	Ep. 5.16. Col. 4.5. L.G.
Ἐξάγω, (ἐξ & ἄγω)
    f. ξω, a.2. ἐξήγαγον,
    to bring or lead forth, conduct out of, Mar. 8.23; 15.20.
	Lu. 24.50, et al.
Ἐξαιρέω, ῶ, (ἐξ & αἰρέω)
    f. ήσω, a.2. ἐξεῖλον,
    to take out of; to pluck out, tear out, Mat. 5.29; 18.9;
	mid. to take out of, select, choose, Ac. 26.17; to rescue,
	deliver, Ac. 7.10, 34; 12.11; 23.27. Gal. 1.4.
Ἐξαίρω, (ἐξ & αἴρω)
    f. αρῶ,
    pr. to lift up out of; in N.T., to remove, eject, 1 Co. 5.2, 13.
Ἐξαιτέω, ῶ, (ἐξ & αἰτέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to ask for from; to demand; mid. to demand for one's self,
	Lu. 22.31; also, to obtain by asking.
Ἐξαίφνης, (ἐξ & αἴφνης)
    suddenly, unexpectedly, Mar. 13.36, et al.
Ἐξακολουθέω, ῶ, (ἐξ & ἀκολουθέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to follow out; to imitate, 2 Pe. 2.2, 15; to observe as a guide,
	2 Pe. 1.16. L.G.
Ἑξακόσιοι, αι, α, (ἕξ & ἑκατόν)
    six hundred, Re. 13.18; 14.20.
Ἐξαλείφω, (ἐξ & ἀλείφω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to anoint or smear over; to wipe off or away, Re. 7.17; 21.4;
	to blot out, obliterate, expunge, Col. 2.14. Re. 3.5;
	met. to wipe out guilt, Ac. 3.19.
Ἐξάλλομαι, (ἐξ & ἅλλομαι)
    f. αλοῦμαι,
    to leap or spring up or forth, Ac. 3.8.
Ἐξανάστᾰσις, εως, ἡ, (ἐξ & ἀνάστασις)
    a raising up; a dislodgment; a rising up; a resurrection
	from the dead, Phi. 3.11.
Ἐξανατέλλω, (ἐξ & ἀνατέλλω)
    f. τελῶ,
    to raise up, make to spring up; intrans. to rise up, sprout,
	spring up or forth, Mat. 13.5. Mar. 4.5.
Ἐξανίστημι, (ἐξ & ἀνίστημι)
    f. ἐξαναστήσω,
    to cause to rise up, raise up; fr. the Heb. to cause to
	exist, Mar. 12.19. Lu. 20.28;
	intrans. a.2. ἀνέστην, to rise up from, stand forth, Ac. 15.5.
Ἐξαπατάω, ῶ, (ἐξ & ἀπατάω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to deceive thoroughly; to deceive, delude, beguile,
	Ro. 7.11; 16.18. 1 Co. 3.18, et al.
Ἐξάπῐνα,
    adv., a later form for ἐξαπίνης, suddenly, immediately,
	unexpectedly, Mar. 9.8.
Ἐξαπορέω, ῶ, & ἐξαπορέομαι, οῦμαι, (ἐξ & ἀπορέω)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to be in the utmost perplexity or despair, 2 Co. 1.8; 4.8. L.G.
Ἐξαποστέλλω, (ἐξ & ἀποστέλλω)
    f. στελῶ,
    to send out or forth; to send away, dismiss, Lu. 1.53, et al.;
	to dispatch on a service or agency, Ac. 7.12, et al.; to send
	forth as a pervading influence, Gal. 4.6.
Ἐξαρτίζω, (ἐξ & ἄρτιος)
    f. ίσω, p. pass. ἐξήρτισμαι,
    to equip or furnish completely, 2 Ti. 3.17; to complete time,
	Ac. 21.5. L.G.
Ἐξαστράπτω, (ἐξ & ἀστράπτω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to flash forth; hence, to glisten, Lu. 9.29.
Ἐξαυτῆς, (ἐξ & αὐτῆς, sc. τῆς ὥρας)
    adv. lit. at the very time; presently, instantly, immediately,
	Mar. 6.25. Ac. 10.33; 11.11, et al.
Ἐξεγείρω, (ἐξ & ἐγείρω)
    f. γερῶ,
    to excite, arouse from sleep; to raise up from the dead,
	1 Co. 6.14; to raise up into existence, or, into a certain
	condition, Ro. 9.17.
Ἔξειμι, (ἐξ & εἶμι)
    imperf. ἐξᾐειν, inf. ἐξιέναι, part. ἐξιών,
    to go out or forth, Ac. 13.42; to depart, Ac. 17.15; 20.7;
	ἐπὶ τῆν γῆν, to get to land, from the water, Ac. 27.43.
Ἐξελέγχω, (ἐξ & ἐλέγχω)
    f. ξω,
    to search thoroughly, to test; to convict; by impl. to punish,
	Jude 15.
Ἐξέλκω, (ἐξ & ἕλκω)
    f. ξω,
    to draw or drag out; met. to withdraw, allure, hurry away,
	Ja. 1.14.
Ἐξέραμα, ατος, τό, (ἐξεράω, to vomit)
    vomit, 2 Pe. 2.22. L.G.
Ἐξερευνάω, ῶ, (ἐξ & ἐρευνάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to search out, to examine closely, 1 Pe. 1.10.
Ἐξέρχομαι, (ἐξ & ἔρχομαι)
    f. ἐξελεύσομαι, a.2. ἐξῆλθον, p. ἐξελήλυθα,
    to go or come out of; to come out, Mat. 5.26; 8.34, et al.;
	to proceed, emanate, take rise from, Mat. 2.6; 15.18.
	1 Co. 14.36, et al.; to come abroad, 1 Jno. 4.1, et al.;
	to go forth, go away, depart, Mat. 9.31. Lu. 5.8, et al.;
	to escape, Jno. 10.39; to pass away, come to an end, Ac. 16.19.
Ἔξεστι
    impers., part. ἐξόν, it is possible; it is permitted, it is
	lawful, Mat. 12.2, 4, et al.
Ἐξετάζω, (ἐξ & ἐτάζω, to inquire, examine)
    f. άσω,
    to search out; to inquire by interrogation, examine strictly,
	Mat. 2.8; 10.11; to interrogate, Jno. 21.12.
Ἐξηγέομαι, οῦμαι, (ἐξ & ἡγέομαι)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to be a leader; to detail, to set forth in language; to tell,
	narrate, recount, Lu. 24.35. Ac. 10.8, et al.; to make known,
	reveal, Jno. 1.18.
Ἑξήκοντα, οἱ, αἱ, τά, (ἕξ)
    sixty, Mat. 13.8, 23, et al.
Ἑξῆς,
    adv. successively, in order; in N.T., with the art., ὁ, ἡ, τό ἑξῆς,
	next, Lu. 7.11; 9.37, et al.
Ἐξηχέω, ῶ, (ἐξ & ἠχέω)
    f. ήσω, p. pass. ἐξήχημαι,
    to make to sound forth or abroad; pass. to sound forth, be
	promulgated, 1 Thes. 1.8. L.G.
Ἔξις, εως, ἡ, (ἔχω)
    a condition of body or mind, strictly, as resulting from
	practice; habitude, He. 5.14.
Ἐξίστημι, & ἐξιστάω, ῶ, (ἐξ & ἵστημι)
    f. ἐκστήσω, a.1. ἐξέστησα, later p. ἐξέστακα,
    trans. pr. to put out of its place; to astonish, amaze,
	Lu. 24.22. Ac. 8.9, 11; intrans. a.2. ἐξέστην, & mid. ἐξίσταμαι,
	to be astonished, Mat. 12.22, et al.; to be beside one's self,
	Mar. 3.21. 2 Co. 5.13.
Ἐξισχύω, (ἐξ & ἰσχύω)
    f. ύσω,
    to be fully able, Ep. 3.18. L.G.
Ἔξοδος, ου, ἡ, (ἐξ & ὁδός)
    a way out, a going out; a going out, departure, He. 11.22;
	met. a departure from life, decease, death, Lu. 9.31. 2 Pe. 1.15.
Ἐξολοθρεύω, (ἐξ & ὀλοθρεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to destroy utterly, exterminate, Ac. 3.23. L.G.
Ἐξομολογέω, ῶ, (ἐξ & ὁμολογέω)
    f. ησω
    to agree, bind one's self, promise, Lu. 22.6; mid. to confess,
	Mat. 3.6; to profess openly, Phi. 2.11. Re. 3.5; to make open avowal
	of benefits; to praise, celebrate, Mat. 11.25. Lu. 10.21, et al. L.G.
Ἐξόν,
    see Ἔξεστι.
Ἐξορκίζω, (ἐξ & ὁρκίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to put an oath to a person, to adjure, Mat. 26.63:
	whence
Ἐξορκιστής, οῦ, ὁ,
    pr. one who puts an oath; in N.T., an exorcist, one who by various
	kinds of incantations, &c. pretended to expel demons, Ac. 19.13.
Ἐξορύσσω, (ἐξ & ὀρύσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to dig out or through, force up, Mar. 2.4; to pluck out the
	eyes, Gal. 4.15.
Ἐξουδενόω,
    Mar. 9.12, equivalent to
Ἐξουθενέω, ῶ, (ἐξ & οὐθέν, a later form of οὐδέν)
    f. ήσω,
    to make light of, set at nought, despise, contemn, treat with
	contempt and scorn, Lu. 18.9, et al.; to neglect, disregard,
	1 Thes. 5.20; ἐξουθενημένος, abject, contemptible, 2 Co. 10.10;
	by impl. to reject with contempt, Ac. 4.11. S.
Ἐξουσία, ας, ἡ (ἔξεστι)
    power, ability, faculty, Mat. 9.8; 10.1, et al.; efficiency,
	energy, Lu. 4.32, et al.; liberty, license, Jno. 10.18. Ac. 5.4;
	authority, rule, dominion, jurisdiction, Mat. 8.9; 28.18;
	meton. pl. authorities, potentates, powers, Lu. 12.11.
	1 Co. 15.24. Ep. 1.21; right, authority, full power,
	Mat. 9.6; 21.23; privilege, prerogative, Jno. 1.12; perhaps,
	a veil, 1 Co. 11.10:
	whence
Ἐξουσιάζω,
    f. άσω,
    to have or exercise power or authority over any one, Lu. 22.25;
	to possess independent control over, 1 Co. 7.4, bis; pass. to
	be subject to, under the power or influence of, 1 Co. 6.12. L.G.
Ἐξοχή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἐξέχω, to be prominent)
    pr. prominency, any thing prominent; in N.T., eminence,
	distinction, Ac. 25.23.
Ἐξυπνίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to awake, arouse from sleep, Jno. 11.11: (L.G.) from
Ἔξυπνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐξ & ὕπνος)
    awake, aroused from sleep, Ac. 16.27. L.G.
Ἔξω, (ἐξ)
    adv. without, out of doors, Mat. 12.46, 47;
	ὁ, ἡ, τὸ ἔξω, outer, external, foreign, Ac. 26.11. 2 Co. 4.16;
	met. not belonging to one's community, Mar. 4.11. 1 Co. 5.12, 13;
	out, away, from a place or person, Mat. 5.13; 13.48;
	as a prep. out of, Mar. 5.10:
	whence
Ἔξωθεν,
    adv. outwardly, externally, Mat. 23.27, 28. Mar. 7.15; ὁ, ἡ, τὸ ἔξωθεν,
	outer, external, Mat. 23.25. Lu 11.39; τὸ ἔξωθεν, the exterior,
	Lu. 11.40; οἱ ἔξωθεν, those who do not belong to the Christian
	community, 1 Ti. 3.7, et al.
Ἐξωθέω, ῶ, (ἐξ & ὠθέω)
    f. ήσω, & ώσω, a.1. ἐξέωσα, in N.T. ἔξωσα,
    to expel, drive out, Ac. 7.45; to propel, urge forward, Ac. 27.39.
Ἐξώτερος, α, ον, (comp. of ἔξω)
    outer, exterior, external, Mat. 8.12; 22.13; 25.30. S.
Ἕοικα
    p., with pr. sig., from absol. εἴκω, to be like, Ja. 1.6, 23.
Ἑορτάζω,
    f. άσω,
    to keep a feast, celebrate a festival, 1 Co. 5.8:
	from
Ἑορτή, ῆς, ἡ
    a solemn feast, public festival, Lu. 2.41; 22.1. Jno. 13.1;
	spc. used of the passover, Mat. 26.5; 27.15, et al.
Ἐπαγγελία, ας, ἡ,
    annunciation, 2 Ti. 1.1; a promise, act of promising,
	Ac. 13.23, 32; 23.21; meton. the thing promised, promised
	favour and blessing, Lu. 24.49. Ac. 1.4, et al.:
	from
Ἐπαγγέλλω, (ἐπί & ἀγγέλλω)
    f. ελώ,
    to declare, announce; mid. to promise, undertake, Mar. 14.11.
	Ro. 4.21, et al.; to profess, 1 Ti. 2.10:
	whence
Ἐπάγγελμα, ατος, τό,
    a promise, 2 Pe. 3.13; meton. promised favour or blessing,
	2 Pe. 1.4.
Ἐπάγω, (ἐπί & ἄγω)
    f. άξω, a.2. ἐπήγαγον
    to bring upon, cause to come upon, 2 Pe. 2.1, 5; met. to cause
	to be imputed or attributed to, to bring guilt upon, Ac. 5.28.
Ἐπαγωνίζομαι, (ἐπί & ἀγωνίζομαι)
    f. ίσομαι,
    to contend strenuously in defence of, Jude 3. L.G.
Ἐπαθροίζω, (ἐπί & ἀθροίζω, to gather together)
    f. οίσω,
    to collect close upon, or beside; mid. to crowd upon, Lu. 11.29.
Ἐπαινέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & αἰνέω)
    f. έσω & έσομαι, a.1. ἐπῄνεσα,
    to praise, commend, applaud, Lu. 16.8. Ro. 15.11.
	1 Co. 11.2, 17, 22, bis.
Ἔπαινος, ου, ὁ, (ἐπί & αἶνος)
    praise, applause, honour paid, Ro. 2.29. 2 Co. 8.18, et al.;
	meton. ground or reason of praise or commendation, Phi. 4.8;
	by impl. favourable regard, reward, Ro. 13.3. 1 Pe. 2.14.
	1 Co. 4.5.
Ἐπαίρω,
    f. αρῶ, a.1. ἐπῆρα, a.1. pass. ἐπήρθην,
    to lift up, raise, elevate; to hoist, Ac. 27.40;
	τὴν φωνήν, to lift up the voice, to speak in a loud voice, Lu 11.27;
	τὰς χεῖρας, to lift up the hands in prayer, Lu. 24.50. 1 Ti. 2.8;
	τοὺς ὀφθαλμούς, to lift up the eyes, to look, Mat. 17.8;
	τὴν κεφαλήν, to lift up the head, to be encouraged, animated, Lu. 21.28;
	τὴν πτέρναν, to lift up the heel, to attack, assault;
	or, to seek one's overthrow or destruction, Jno. 13.18;
	pass. to be borne upwards, Ac. 1.9;
	met. mid. to exalt one's self, assume consequence, be elated,
	2 Co. 10.5, et al.
Ἐπαισχύνομαι, (ἐπί & αἰσχύνομαι)
    a.1. ἐπῃσχύνθην, f. ἐπαισχυνθήσομαι,
    to be ashamed of, Mat. 8.38. Lu. 9.26, et al.
Ἐπαιτέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & αἰτέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to prefer a suit or request in respect of certain circumstances;
	to ask alms, beg, Lu. 16.3.
Ἐπακολουθέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & ἀκολουθέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to follow upon; to accompany, be attendant, Mar. 16.20;
	to appear in the sequel, 1 Ti. 5.24; met. to follow one's
	steps, to imitate, 1 Pe. 2.21; to follow a work, pursue,
	prosecute, be studious of, devoted to, 1 Ti. 5.10.
Ἐπακούω, (ἐπί & ἀκούω)
    f. ούσομαι,
    to listen or hearken to; to hear with favour, 2 Co. 6.2.
Ἐπακροάομαι, ῶμαι, (ἐπί & ἀκροάομαι, to hear)
    to hear, hearken, listen to, Ac. 16.25.
Ἐπάν, (ἐπεί & ἄν)
    conj. whenever, as soon as, Mat. 2.8. Lu. 11.22, 34.
Ἐπάναγκες, (ἐπί & ἀνάγκη)
    adv. of necessity, necessarily; τὰ ἐπαναγκες, necessary
	things, Ac. 15.28.
Ἐπανάγω, (ἐπί & ἀνάγω)
    f. ξω, a.2. ἐπανήγαγον,
    to bring up or back; intrans. to return, Mat. 21.18; a
	nautical term, to put off from shore, Lu. 5.3, 4.
Ἐπαναμιμνήσκω, (ἐπί & ἀναμιμνήσκω)
    f. ἐπαναμνήσω,
    to remind, put in remembrance, Ro. 15.15.
Ἐπαναπαύω, (ἐπί & ἀναπαύω)
    f. αύσω,
    pr. to make to rest upon; mid. to rest upon; to abide with,
	Lu. 10.6; to rely on, confide in, abide by confidingly,
	Ro. 2.17. L.G.
Ἐπανέρχομαι, (ἐπί & ἀνέρχομαι)
    a.2. ἐπανῆλθον,
    to come back, return, Lu. 10.35; 19.15.
Ἐπανίστημι, (ἐπί & ἀνίστημι)
    to raise up against; mid. to rise up against, Mat. 10.21.
	Mar. 13.12.
Ἐπανόρθωσις, εως, ἡ, (ἐπανορθόω, to set upright again; to set
to rights; ἐπί & ἀνορθόω)
    correction, reformation, 2 Ti. 3.16.
Ἐπάνω, (ἐπί & ἄνω)
    adv. above, over, upon, of place, Mat. 2.9; 5.14; over,
	of authority, Lu. 19.17, 19; above, more than, Mar. 14.5, et al. (ᾰ)
Ἐπαρκέω, ῶ,(ἐπί & ἀρκέω)
    f. έσω,
    pr. to ward off; to assist, relieve, succour, 1 Ti. 5.10, 16, bis.
Ἐπαρχία, ας, ἡ, (ἔπαρχος, a prefect, &c.)
    a prefecture, province, Ac. 23.34; 25.1. L.G.
Ἔπαυλις, εως, ἡ, (ἐπί & αὐλίζομαι)
    pr. a place to pass the night in; a cottage; in N.T., a
	dwelling, habitation, Ac. 1.20.
Ἐπαύριον, (ἐπί & αὔριον)
    tomorrow; ἡ ἐπαύριον, sc. ἡμέρα, the next or following day,
	Mat. 27.62. Mar. 11.12, et al.
Ἐπαυτοφώρῳ, (ἐπί & αὐτόφωρος, fr. αὐτός & φώρ, a thief)
    adv. pr. in the very theft; in N.T., in the very act, Jno. 8.4.
Ἐπαφρίζω, (ἐπί & ἀφρίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to foam out; to pour out like foam, vomit forth, Jude 13.
Ἐπεγείρω, (ἐπί & ἐγείρω)
    f. γερῶ,
    to raise or stir up against, excite or instigate against,
	Ac. 13.50; 14.2.
Ἐπεί,
    conj. when, after, as soon as, Lu. 7.1; since, because,
	in as much as, Mat. 18.32; 27.6; for, for then, for else,
	since in that case, Ro. 3.6; 11.6, et al.
Ἐπειδή, (ἐπεί & δή)
    conj. since, because, in as much as, Mat. 21.46. Lu. 11.6.
	Ac. 13.46, et al.
Ἐπειδήπερ, (ἐπειδή & περ)
    conj. since now, since indeed, considering that, Lu. 1.1.
Ἐπεῖδον,
    a.2. of ἐφοράω, imperat. ἔπιδε,
    to look upon, regard; in N.T., to view with favour,
	Lu. 1.25. Ac. 4.29.
Ἔπειμι, (ἐπί & εἶμι)
    part. ἐπιών,
    to come upon; to come after; to succeed immediately,
	Ac. 7.26; 16.11; 20.15; 21.18; 23.11.
Ἐπείπερ, (ἐπεί & περ)
    conj. since indeed, seeing that, Ro. 3.30.
Ἐπεισαγωγή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἐπί & εἰσάγω)
    a superinduction, a further introduction, whether by way
	of addition or substitution, He. 7.19.
Ἔπειτα, (ἐπί & εἶτα)
    adv. thereupon, then, after that, in the next place,
	afterwards, Mar. 7.5. Lu. 16.7, et al.
Ἐπέκεινα, (i.e. ἐπ᾿ ἐκεῖνα)
    adv. on yonder side, beyond, Ac. 7.43.
Ἐπεκτείνω, (ἐπί & ἐκτείνω)
    f. ενῶ,
    pr. to stretch out further; in N.T., mid. to reach out towards,
	strain for, Phi. 3.14.
Ἐπενδύτης, ου, ὁ,
    the outer or upper tunic, worn between the inner tunic and
	the external garments, Jno. 21.7: (ῠ)
	from
Ἐπενδύω, (ἐπί & ἐνδύω)
    f. ύσω,
    to put on over or in addition to; mid. to put on oneself
	in addition; to be further invested, 2 Co. 5.2, 4.
Ἐπέρχομαι, (ἐπί & ἔρχομαι)
    f. ελεύσομαι, a.2. ἐπῆλθον,
    to come to, Ac. 14.19; to come upon, Lu. 1.35; 21.26.
	Ac. 1.8. Ja. 5.1; to come upon unexpectedly, overtake,
	Lu. 21.35; to be coming on, to succeed, Ep. 2.7; to occur,
	happen to, Ac. 8.24; 13.40; to come against, attach, Lu. 11.22.
Ἐπερωτάω, ῶ, (ἐπί & ἐρωτάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to interrogate, question, ask, Mat. 12.10; 17.10, et al.;
	in N.T., to request, require, Mat. 16.1; fr. the Heb.
	ἐπερ. τὸν Θεόν, to seek after, 69desire an acquaintance
	with God, Ro. 10.20:
	whence
Ἐπερώτημα, ατος, τό,
    pr. an interrogation, question; in N.T., profession, pledge,
	1 Pe. 3.21.
Ἐπέχω, (ἐπὶ & ἔχω)
    f. ἐφέξω, imperf. ἐπεῖχον, a.2. ἐπέσχον,
    trans. to hold out, present, exhibit, display, Phi. 2.16;
	intrans. to observe, take heed to, attend to, Lu. 14.7.
	Ac. 3.5. 1 Ti. 4.16; to stay, delay, Ac. 19.22.
Ἐπηρεάζω,
    f. άσω,
    to harass, insult, Mat. 5.44. Lu. 6.28; to traduce,
	calumniate, 1 Pe. 3.16.
Ἐπί,
    prep., with the gen.upon, on, Mat. 4.6; 9.2; 27.19, et al.;
	in, of locality, Mar. 8.4, et al.; near upon, by, at,
	Mat. 21.19. Jno. 21.1, et al.; upon, over, of authority,
	Mat. 2.22. Ac. 8.27, et al.; in the presence of, especially
	in a judicial sense, 2 Co. 7.14. Ac. 25.9, et al.; in the
	case of, in respect of, Jno. 6.2. Gal. 3.16; in the time of,
	at the time of, Ac. 11.28. Ro.1.10, et al.; ἐπ᾿ ἀληθείας,
	really, bona fide, Mar. 12.32, et al.;
    with the dat. upon, on Mat. 14.8. Mar. 2.21. Lu. 12.44, et al.;
	close upon, by, Mat. 24.33. Jno. 4.6, et al.; in the neighbourhood
	or society of, Ac. 28.14; over, of authority, Mat. 24.47, et al.;
	to, of addition, besides, Mat. 25.20. Ep. 6.16. Col. 3.14, et al.;
	immediately upon, Jno. 4.27; upon, of the object of an act, towards,
	to, Mar. 5.33. Lu. 18.7. Ac. 5.35, et al.; against, of hostile
	posture or disposition, Lu. 12.52, et al.; in dependance upon,
	Mat. 4.4. Lu. 5.5. Ac. 14.3, et al.; upon the ground of,
	Mat. 19.9. Lu. 1.59. Phi. 1.3. He. 7.11; 8.6; 9.17, et al.;
	with a view to, Gal. 5.13. 1 Thes. 4.7, et al.;
    with the accu., upon, with the idea of previous or present
	motion, Mat. 4.5; 14.19, 26, et al.; towards, of place, to
	Mat. 3.13; 22.34, et al.; towards, of the object of an action,
	Lu. 6.35; 9.38, et al.; against, of hostile movement, Mat. 10.21,
	et al.; over, of authority, Lu. 1.33, et al.; to the extent of,
	both of place and time, Re. 21.16. Ro. 7.1, et al.; near, by,
	Mat. 9.9, et al.; about, at, of time, Ac. 3.1, et al.; in
	order to, with a view to, for the purpose of, Mat. 3.7.
	Lu. 7.44, et al.
Ἐπιβαίνω,(ἐπί & βαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι, p. βίβηκα, a.2. ἐπέβην,
    pr. to step upon; to mount, Mat. 21.5; to go on board, Ac. 21.6;
	Ac. 21.2; 27.2; to enter, Ac. 20.18; to enter upon, Ac. 25.1.
Ἐπιβάλλω, (ἐπί & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ, a.2. ἐπέβᾰλον
    to cast or throw upon, Mar. 11.7. 1 Co. 7.35; to lay on,
	apply to, Lu. 9.62; to put on, sew on, Mat. 9.16. Lu. 5.36;
	τὰς χεῖρας, to lay hands on, offer violence to, sieze,
	Mat. 26.50, et al. also, to lay hand to, undertake, commence,
	Ac. 12.1; intrans. to rush, dash, beat into, Mar. 4.37; to
	ponder, reflect on, Mar. 14.72; to fall to one's share,
	pertain to, Lu. 15.12.
Ἐπιβᾰρέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & βαρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to burden; met. to be burdensome, chargeable to, 1 Thes. 2.9.
	2 Thes. 3.8; to bear hard upon, overcharge, over-censure,
	2 Co. 2.5. L.G.
Ἐπιβιβάζω, (ἐπί & βιβάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to cause to ascend or mount, to set upon, Lu. 10.34; 19.35.
	Ac. 23.24.
Ἐπιβλέπω, (ἐπί & βλέπω)
    f. ψω,
    to look upon; to regard with partiality, Ja. 2.3; to regard
	with kindness and favour, compassionate, Lu. 1.48; 9.38.
Ἐπίβλημα, ατος, τό, (ἐπιβάλλω)
    that which is put over or upon; in N.T., a patch, Mat. 9.16.
	Mar. 2.21. Lu. 5.36, bis. L.G.
Ἐπιβοάω, ῶ, (ἐπί & βοάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to cry out to or against; to vociferate, Ac. 25.24.
Ἐπιβουλή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἐπί & βουλή)
    a purpose or design against any one; conspiracy, plot,
	Ac. 9.24; 20.3, 19, 23.30.
Ἐπιγαμβρεύω, (ἐπί & γαμβρεύω, to marry)
    f. εύσω,
    to marry a wife by the law of affinity, Mat. 22.24. S.
Ἐπίγειος, είου, ὁ, ἡ, τόν, -ον, (ἐπί & γῆ)
    pr. on the earth, Phi. 2.10; earthly, terrestial, Jno. 3.12.
	1 Co. 15.40. 2 Co. 5.1. Phi. 3.19; earthly, low, grovelling,
	Ja. 3.15.
Ἐπιγίνομαι, (ἐπί & γίνομαι)
    to come on, spring up, as the wind, Ac. 28.13.
Ἐπιγῑνώσκω, (ἐπί & γινώσκω)
    f. γνώσομαι, a.1. pass. ἐπεγνώσθην,
    pr. to make a thing a subject of observation; hence, to arrive
	at knowledge from preliminaries; to attain to a knowledge of,
	Mat. 11.27, et al; to ascertain, Lu. 7.37; 23.7, et al.; to
	perceive, Mar. 2.8; 5.30, et al.; to discern, detect, Mat. 7.16, 20,
	et al.; to recognise, Mar. 6.33. Lu. 24.16, 31. Ac. 3.10, et al.;
	to acknowledge, admit, 1 Co. 14.37. 1 Ti. 4.3, et al.;
	pass. to have one's character discerned and acknowledged,
	2 Co. 6.9; fr. the Heb. to regard with favour and kindness,
	1 Co. 16.18:
	whence
Ἐπίγνωσις, εως, ἡ,
    the coming at the knowledge of a thing, ascertainment, Ro. 3.20;
	a distinct perception or impression, acknowledgment, Col. 2.2,
	et al.
Ἐπιγρᾰφή, ῆς, ἡ
    an inscription; a legend of a coin, Mat. 22.20. Mar. 12.16.
	Lu. 20.24; a label of a criminal's name and offence, Mar. 15.26.
	Lu. 23.38:
	from
Ἐπιγράφω, (ἐπί & γράφω)
    f. ψω,
    to imprint a mark on; to inscribe, engrave, write on, Mar. 15.26.
	Ac. 17.23. Re. 21.12; met. to imprint, impress deeply upon,
	He. 8.10; 10.16. (ᾰ).
Ἐπιδείκνῡμι, v. νύω, & mid. ἐπιδείκνῠμαι, (ἐπί & δείκνυμι)
    f. δείξω,
    to exhibit, Mat. 16.1. Ac. 9.39; to show, Mat. 22.19.
	Lu. 17.14; 20.24; 24.40; to point out, Mat. 24.1; to
	demonstrate, prove, Ac. 18.28. He. 6.17.
Ἐπιδέχομαι, (ἐπί & δέχομαι)
    f. δέξομαι,
    to admit; to receive kindly, welcome, entertain, 3 Jno. 10;
	met. to admit, approve, assent to, 3 Jn. 9.
Ἐπιδημέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & δῆμος)
    f. ήσω,
    to dwell among a people; to be at home among one's own people;
	and, in N.T., to sojourn as a stranger among another people,
	Ac. 2.10; 17.21.
Ἐπιδιατάσσομαι, (ἐπί & διατάσσω)
    f. ξομαι,
    to enjoin any time additional, superadd an injunction &c.
	Gal. 3.15. N.T.
Ἐπιδίδωμι, (ἐπί & δίδωμι)
    f. δώσω,
    to give in addition; also, to give to, deliver to, give into
	one's hands, Mat. 7.9, 10. Lu. 4.17; 24.30, 42, et al.;
	intrans., probably a nautical term, to commit a ship to the wind,
	let her drive, Ac. 27.15.
Ἐπιδιορθόω, ῶ, (ἐπί & διορθόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to set further to rights, to carry on an amendment, Tit. 1.5.
Ἐπιδύω, (ἐπί & δύω)
    f. δύσω,
    of the sun, to set upon, to set during, Ep. 4.26.
Ἐπιείκεια, ας, ἡ,
    reasonableness, equity; in N.T., gentleness, mildness,
	2 Co. 10.1; lenity, clemency, Ac. 24.4:
	from
Ἐπιεικής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐπί & εἰκός)
    pr. suitable; fair, reasonable; gentle, mild, patient,
	1 Ti. 3.3. Tit. 3.2. Ja. 3.17. 1 Pe. 2.18; τὸ ἐπιεικές,
	mildness, gentleness, probity, Phi. 4.5.
Ἐπιζητέω, ῶ, (ἐπὶ & ζητέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to seek for, make search for, Ac. 12.19; to require, demand,
	Mat. 12.39; 16.4. Ac. 19.39; to desire, endeavour to obtain,
	Ro. 11.7. He. 11.14, et al.; to seek with care and anxiety,
	Mat. 6.32.
Ἐπιθανάτιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐπί & θάνατος)
    condemned to death, under sentence of death, 1 Co. 4.9. L.G.
Ἐπιθεσις, εως, ἡ, (ἐπιτίθημι)
    the act of placing upon, imposition of hands, Ac. 8.18, et al.
Ἐπιθυμέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & θυμός)
    f. ήσω,
    to set the heart upon; to desire, long for, have earnest desire,
	Mat. 13.17. Lu. 15.16, et al.; to lust after, Mat. 5.28, et al.;
	spc. to covet, Ro. 13.9, et al.:
	whence
Ἐπιθυμητής, οῦ, ὁ,
    one who has an ardent desire for a thing, 1 Co. 10.6.
Ἐπιθυμία, ας, ἡ,
    earnest desire, Lu. 22.15, et al.; irregular or violent desire,
	cupidity, Mar. 4.19, et al.; spc. impure desire, lust, Ro. 1.24,
	et al.; met. the object of desire, what enkindles desire,
	1 Jno. 2.16, 17.
Ἐπικαθίζω, (ἐπί & καθίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to cause to sit upon, seat upon, Mat. 21.7; or according to
	the v.r. ἐπεκάθισεν, intrans. to sit upon.
Ἐπικαλέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & καλέω)
    f. έσω, p. pass. ἐπικέκληται, a.1. pass. ἐπεκλήθην,
    to call on; to attach or connect a name, Ac. 15.17. Ja. 2.7;
	to attach an additional name, to surname, Mat. 10.3, et al.;
	pass. to receive an appellation or surname, He. 11.16;
	mid. to call upon, invoke, 2 Co. 1.23, et al.; to appeal to,
	Ac. 25.11, 12, 21.
Ἐπικάλυμμα, ατος, τό,
    a covering, veil; met. a cloak, 1 Pe. 2.16:
	from
Ἐπικαλύπτω, (ἐπί & καλύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to cover over; met. to pardon, forgive, Ro. 4.7.
Ἐπικατάρᾱτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐπί & κατάρατος)
    cursed, accursed; obnoxious to the heaviest punishments,
	Gal. 3.10; infamous, Gal. 3.13; outcast, vile, Jno. 7.49.
Ἐπίκειμαι, (ἐπί & κεῖμαι)
    f. κείσομαι,
    to lie upon, be placed upon, Jno. 11.38; 21.9; to press,
	urge upon, Lu. 5.1. Ac. 27.20; be urgent, importunate upon,
	Lu. 23.23; to be imposed upon; be imposed by law, He. 9.10;
	by necessity, 1 Co. 9.16.
Ἐπικούρειος, ου, ὁ,
    an Epicurean, a follower of the sect of Epicurus, Ac. 17.18.
Ἐπικουριά, ας, ἡ, (ἐπίκουρος, a helper)
    help, assistance, Ac. 26.22.
Ἐπικρίνω, (ἐπί & κρίνω)
    f. ινῶ,
    to decide; to decree, Lu. 23.24. (ῑ).
Ἐπιλαμβάνω, (ἐπί & λαμβάνω)
    f. λήψομαι, & mid. ἐπιλαμβάνομαι,
    to take hold of, Mat. 14.31. Mar. 8.23; to lay hold of, seize,
	Lu. 23.26. Ac. 16.19, et al.; met. to seize on one's words, catch
	in one's words, Lu. 20.20, 26; to obtain as if by seizure,
	1 Ti. 6.12, 19; to assume a portion of, to assume the nature of,
	He. 2.16; or, to succour.
Ἐπιλανθάνομαι, (ἐπί & λανθάνω)
    f. λήσομαι, a.2. ἐπελαθόμην,
    to forget, Mat. 16.5, et al.; to be forgetful, neglectful of,
	to disregard, Phi. 3.14. He. 6.10, et al.;
	p. pass. part. ἐπιλελησμένος, in N.T., in a passsive sense,
	forgotten, Lu. 12.6.
Ἐπιλέγω, (ἐπί & λέγω)
    f. ξω,
    to call, denominate, Jno. 5.2; mid. to select for one's self,
	choose, Ac. 15.40.
Ἐπιλείπω, (ἐπί & λείπω)
    f. ψω,
    to be insufficient, to run short, to fail, He. 11.32.
Ἐπιλησμονή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἐπιλανθάνομαι)
    forgetfulness, oblivion, Ja. 1.25. S.
Ἐπίλοιπος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐπιλείπω)
    remaining, still left, 1 Pe. 4.2.
Ἐπίλῠσις, εως, ἡ,
    a loosing, liberation; met. interpretation of what is
	enigmatical and obsure, 2 Pe. 1.20:
	from
Ἐπιλύω, (ἐπί & λύω)
    to loose what has previously been fastened or entangled,
	as a knot; met. to solve, to explain what is enigmatical
	as a parable, Mat. 4.34; to settle, put an end to a matter
	of debate, Ac. 19.39.
Ἐπιμαρτυρέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & μαρτυρέω)
    f. ησω,
    to bear testimony to, to testify solemnly, 1 Pe. 5.12.
Ἐπιμέλεια, ας, ἡ, (ἐπιμελής)
    care, attention, Ac. 27.3.
Ἐπιμέλομαι, v. ἐπιμελέομαι, οῦμαι, (ἐπί & μέλομαι)
    f. ἐπιμεληθήσομαι, and later, ἐπιμελήσομαι, a.1. ἐπεμελήθην,
    to take care of, Lu. 10.34, 35. 1 Ti. 3.5.
Ἐπιμελῶς, (ἐπιμελής)
    adv. carefully, diligently, Lu. 15.8.
Ἐπιμένω, (ἐπί & μένω)
    f. νὼ,
    to stay longer, prolong a stay, remain on, Ac. 10.48; 15.34,
	et al.; to continue, persevere, Jno. 8.7. Ac. 12.16; to adhere
	to, continue to embrace, Ac. 13.43. Ro. 11.22; to persist in,
	Ro. 6.1, et al.
Ἐπινεύω, (ἐπί & νεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to nod to; met. to assent to, consent, Ac. 18.20.
Ἐπίνοια, ας, ἡ, (ἐπί & νοῦς)
    cogitation, purpose, device, Ac. 8.22.
Ἐπιορκέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & ὅρκος)
    f. ήσω,
    to forswear one's self, to fail of observing one's oath,
	Mat. 5.33.
Ἐπίορκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (fr. same)
    one who violates his oath, perjured, 1 Ti. 1.10.
Ἐπιοῦσα, ης, ἡ, scil. ἡμέρα
    see ἔπειμι.
Ἐπιούσιος, ίου, ὁ, ἡ,
    supplied with the coming day (ἡ ἐπιοῦσα), daily, or, sufficient,
	Mat. 6.11. Lu. 11.3. N.T.
Ἐπιπίπτω, (ἐπί & πίπτω)
    f. πεσοῦμαι, a.2. ἐπέπεσον,
    to fall upon; to throw one's self upon, Lu. 15.20. Jno. 13.25.
	Ac. 20.10, 37; to press, urge upon, Mar. 3.10; to light upon,
	Ro. 15.3; to come over, Ac. 13.11; to come upon, fall upon
	mentally or spiritually, Lu. 1.12. Ac. 8.16; 10.10, 44;
	11.15; 19.17.
Ἐπιπλήσσω, v. ττω, (ἐπί & πλήσσω)
    f. ξω,
    pr. to inflict blows upon; met. to chide, reprove, 1 Ti. 5.1.
Ἐπιπνίγω, (ἐπί & πνίγω)
    f. ξω,
    pr. to suffocate; met. to choke, obstruct the growth of, v.r.
	Lu. 8.7. N.T.
Ἐπιποθέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & ποθέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to desire besides; also, to desire earnestly, long for,
	2 Co. 5.2; to have a strong bent, Ja. 4.5; by impl. to love,
	have affection for, 2 Co. 9.14, et al.:
	whence
Ἐπιπόθησις, εως, ἡ,
    earnest desire, strong affection, 2 Co. 7.7, 11.
Ἐπιπόθητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον,
    earnestly desired, longed for, Phi. 4.1. L.G.
Ἐπιπoθία, ας, ἡ,
    earnestly desire, Ro. 15.23. N.T.
Ἐπιπορεύομαι, (ἐπί & πορεύομαι)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to travel to; to come to, Lu. 8.4.
Ἐπιῤῥάπτω, (ἐπί & ῥάπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to sew upon, Mar. 2.21. N.T.
Ἐπιῤῥίπτω, (ἐπί & ῥίπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to throw or cast upon, Lu. 19.35; met. to devolve upon, commit to,
	in confidence, 1 Pe. 5.7.
Ἐπίσημος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐπί & σῆμα)
    pr. bearing a distinctive mark or device; noted, eminent, Ro. 16.7;
	notorious, Mat. 27.16.
Ἐπισιτισμός, οῦ, ὁ, (ἐπισιτίζομαι, to provision, fr. ἐπί & σιτίζω, to feed,
	fr. σῖτος)
    supply of food, provisions, Lu. 9.12.
Ἐπισκέπτομαι, (ἐπί & σκέπτομαι)
    f. ψομαι,
    to look at observantly, to inspect; to look out, select, Ac. 6.3;
	to go to see, visit, Ac. 7.23; 15.36;
	to visit for the purpose of comfort and relief,
	Mat. 25.36, 43. Ja. 1.27;
	from the Heb., of God, to visit with gracious interposition,
	Lu. 1.68, 78, et al.
Ἐπισκευάζομαι, (ἐπισκευάζω, to put in readiness)
    f. άσομαι,
    to prepare for a journey, v.r. Ac. 21.15.
Ἐπισκηνόω, ῶ, (ἐπί & σκηνή, a tent)
    f. ώσω,
    to quarter in or at; met. to abide upon, 2 Co. 12.9. L.G.
Ἐπισκιάζω, (ἐπί & σκιάζω, to shade, fr. σκιά)
    f. άσω,
    to overshadow, Mat. 17.5, et al.; met. to shed influence upon,
	Lu. 1.35.
Ἐπισκοπέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & σκοπέω)
    to look at, inspect; met. to be circumspect, heedful, He. 12.15;
	to oversee, to exercise the office of ἐπίσκοπος, 1 Pe. 5.2.
Ἐπισκοπή, ῆς, ἡ,
    inspection, oversight, visitation;
	of God, visitation, interposition, whether in mercy or judgment,
	Lu. 19.44. 1 Pe. 2.12;
	care, the office of an overseer or bishop, 1 Ti. 3.1;
	from the Heb. charge, function, Ac. 1.20. S.
Ἐπίσκοπος, ου, ὁ,
    pr. an inspector, overseer; a watcher, guardian, 1 Pe. 2.25; in N.T.,
	an ecclesiastical overseer, Ac. 20.28. Phi. 1.1. 1 Ti. 3.2. Tit. 1.7.
Ἐπισπάω, ῶ, (ἐπί & σπάω)
    f. άσω,
    to draw upon or after; in N.T., mid., to obliterate, circumcision
	by artificial extension of the foreskin, 1 Co. 7.18.
Ἐπίσταμαι, σαι, ται,
    to be versed in, to be master of, 1 Ti. 6.4; to be acquainted
	with, Ac. 18.25; 19.15. Jude 10; to know, Ac. 10.28, et al.;
	to remember, comprehend, Mar. 14.68.
Ἐπιστάτης, ου, ὁ, (ἐφίσταμαι)
    pr. one who stands by; one who is set over; in N.T., in voc.,
	equivalent to διδάσκαλε, or ῥαββί, Master, Doctor,
	Lu. 5.5; 8.24, 45, et al. (ᾰ)
Ἐπιστέλλω, (ἐπί & στέλλω)
    f. ελῶ,
    to send word to; to send injunctions, Ac. 15.20; 21.25;
	to write to, write a letter, He. 13.22.
Ἐπιστήμων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐπίσταμαι)
    knowing, discreet, Ja. 3.13.
Ἐπιστηρίζω, (ἐπί & στηρίζω)
    f. ίξω,
    pr. to cause to rest or lean on, to settle upon;
	met. to confirm, strengthen, establish,
	Ac. 14.22; 15.32, 41; 18.23.
Ἐπιστολή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἐπιστέλλω)
    word sent; an order, command; an epistle, letter,
	Ac. 9.2; 15.30, et al.
Ἐπιστομίζω, (ἐπί & στόμα)
    f. ίσω,
    to apply a curb or muzzle; met. to put to silence, Tit. 1.11.
Ἐπιστρέφω, (ἐπί & στρέφω)
    f. ψω, a.2. pass. ἐπεστράφην,
    trans. to turn towards; to turn round; to bring back, convert,
	Lu. 1.16, 17. Ja. 5.19, 20; intrans. and mid., to turn one's
	self upon or towards, Ac. 9.40. Re. 1.12; to about, Mat. 9.22.
	et al.; to turn back, return, Mat. 12.44, et al.;
	met. to be converted, Ac. 28.27, et al.:
	whence
Ἐπιστροφή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a turning towards, a turning about; in N.T.,
	met. conversion, Ac. 15.13.
Ἐπισυνάγω, (ἐπί & συνάγω)
    f. ξω,
    to gather to a place; to gather together, assemble, convene,
	Mat. 23.37; 24.31, et al.: (L.G.)
	whence
Ἐπισυναγωγή, ῆς, ἡ,
    the act of being gathered together or assembled, 2 Thes. 2.1;
	an assembling together, He. 10.25. S.
Ἐπισυντρέχω, (ἐπί & συντρέχω)
    to run together to a place, Mar. 9.25. L.G.
Ἐπισύστᾰσις, εως, ἡ, (ἐπισυνίσταμαι)
    a gathering, concourse, tumult, Ac. 24.12; a crowding of calls
	upon the attention and thoughts, 2 Co. 11.28.
Ἐπισφᾰλής, έος, οῦσ, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές, (ἐπί & σφάλλω)
    on the verge of falling, unsteady; met. insecure, hazardous,
	dangerous, Ac. 27.9.
Ἐπισχύω, (ἐπί & ἰσχύω)
    f. ύσω,
    to strengthen; intrans. to gather strength; met. to be urgent,
	to press on a point, Lu. 23.5.
Ἐπισωρεύω, (ἐπί & σωρεύω, fr. σωρός, a heap)
    f. εύσω,
    to heap up, accumulate largely; met. to procure in abundance,
	2 Ti. 4.3. L.G.
Ἐπιτᾰγή, ῆς, ἡ, a later form for ἐπίταξις or ἐπίταγμα,
    injunction, 1 Co. 7.6, 25. 2 Co. 8.8; a decree, Ro. 16.26.
	1 Ti. 1.1. Tit. 1.3; authoritativeness, strictness, Tit. 2.15:
	from
Ἐπιτάσσω, (ἐπί & τάσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to set over or upon; to enjoin, charge, Mar. 1.27; 6.39.
	Lu. 4.36, et al.
Ἐπιτελέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & τελέω)
    f. έσω,
    to bring to an end; to finish, complete, perfect, Ro. 15.28.
	2 Co. 8.6, 11; to perform, Lu. 13.32; to carry into practice,
	to realise, 2 Co. 7.1; to discharge, He. 9.6; to execute;
	He. 8.5; mid. to end, make an end, Gal. 3.3; to carry out to
	completion, Phi. 1.6; pass. to be fully undergone, endured,
	1 Pe. 5.9.
Ἐπιτήδειος, εία, ειον, (ἐπιτηδές)
    fit, suitable, necessary, Ja. 2.16.
Ἐπιτίθημι, (ἐπί & τίθημι)
    f. ἐπιθήσω,
    to put, place, or lay upon, Mat. 9.18. Lu. 4.40, et al.;
	to impose a name, Mar. 3.16, 17; to lade, Ac. 28.3; to inflict,
	Ac. 16.23. Lu. 10.30. Re. 22.18; mid. to set to fall upon, assail,
	assault, attach, Ac. 18.10.
Ἐπιτῑμάω, ῶ, (ἐπί & τιμάω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to set a value upon; to assess a penalty; to allege as a
	crimination; hence, to reprove, chide, censure, rebuke,
	reprimand, Mat. 19.13. Lu. 23.40, et al.; in N.T., to
	admonish strongly, enjoin strictly, Mat. 12.16. Lu. 17.3.
Ἐπιτιμία, ας, ἡ, used in N.T. in the sense of ἐπιτίμημα or ἐπιτίμησις,
    a punishment, penalty, 2 Co. 2.6.
Ἐπιτρέπω, (ἐπί & τρέπω)
    f. ψω, a.2. pass. ἐπεταράπην, p. ἐπιτέτραμμαι,
    to give over, to leave to the entire trust or management of any one;
	hence, to permit, allow, suffer, Mat. 8.21. Mar. 5.13, et al.:
	whence
Ἐπιτροπή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a trust; a commission, Ac. 26.12.
Ἐπίτροπος, ου, ὁ,
    one to whose charge or control a thing is left; a steward, bailiff,
	agent, manager, Mat. 20.8; steward or overseer of the revenue,
	treasurer, Lu. 8.3; a guardian of children, Gal. 4.2.
Ἐπιτυγχάνω, (ἐπί & τυγχάνω)
    a.2. ἐπίτῠχον,
    to light upon, find; to hit, reach; to acquire, obtain, attain,
	Ro. 11.7. He. 6.15; 11.33. Ja. 4.2.
Ἐπιφαίνω, (ἐπί & φαίνω)
    f. φανῶ, a.1. ἐπίφηνα, later in the N.T., ἐπέφᾱνα,
	a.2. pass. ἐπέφᾰνην,
    to make to appear, to display; pass. to be manifested,
	revealed, Tit. 2.11; 3.4; intrans. to give light, shine,
	Lu. 1.79. Ac. 27.20.
Ἐπιφάνεια, ας, ἡ,
    appearance, manifestation, 1 Ti. 6.14. 2 Ti. 1.10, et al.;
	glorious display, 2 Thes. 2.8:
	from
Ἐπιφᾰνής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ,
    pr. in full and clear view; splendid, glorious, illustrious,
	Ac. 2.20.
Ἐπιφαύσκω, (φῶς)
    in N.T. f. αύσω,
    to shine upon, give light to, enlighten, Ep. 5.14.
Ἐπιφέρω, (ἐπί & φέρω)
    f. ἐποίσω, a.2. ἐπένεγκον,
    to bring upon or against, Ac. 25.18. Jude 9; to inflict,
	Ro. 3.5; to bring to, apply to, Ac. 19.12; to bring in addition,
	add, superadd, Phi. 1.16.
Ἐπιφωνέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & φωνέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to cry aloud, shout, raise a shout in favour or against any one,
	Lu. 23.21. Ac. 12.22; 22.24.
Ἐπιφώσκω, a varied form of ἐπιφαύσκω,
    to dawn, Mat. 21.1; hence, used of the reckoned commencement
	of the day, to be near commencing, to draw on, Lu. 23.54.
Ἐπιχειρέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & χείρ)
    f. ήσω,
    to put hand to a thing; to undertake, attempt, Lu. 1.1.
	Ac. 9.29; 19.13.
Ἐπιχέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & χέω)
    f. εύσω,
    to pour upon, Lu. 10.34.
Ἐπιχορηγέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & χορηγέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to supply further; to superadd, 2 Pe. 1.5; to supply,
	furnish, give, 2 Co. 9.10. Gal. 3.5. 2 Pe. 1.11;
	pass. to gather vigour, Col. 2.19.
Ἐπιχορηγία, ας, ἡ,
    supply, aid, Ep. 4.16. Phi. 1.19. L.G.
Ἐπιχρίω, (ἐπί & χρίω)
    f. ίσω,
    to smear upon, to anoint, Jno. 9.6, 11. (ῑ).
Ἐποικοδομέω, ῶ, (ἐπί & οἰκοδομέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to build upon; pass. met. to be built upon, rest firmly on,
	Ep. 2.20. Col. 2.7; to build besides or further; to build up,
	carry up a building; met. to carry up to a higher degree of
	faith and spiritual advancement, Ac. 20.32, et al.
Ἐποκέλλω, (ἐπί & ὀκέλλω, idem)
    a.1. ἐπώκειλα,
    to run a ship aground, Ac. 27.41.
Ἐπονομάζω, (ἐπί & ὀνομάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to attach a name to; pass. to be named, to be styled, Ro. 2.17.
Ἐποπτεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to look upon, observe, watch; to witness, be an eye-witness
	of, 1 Pe. 2.12; 3.2:
	from
Ἐπόπτης, ου, ὁ, (ἐπί & ὄψομαι)
    a looker on, eye-witness, 2 Pe. 1.16.
Ἔπος, εος, τό, (εἶπον)
    a word, that which is expressed by words; ὡς ἔπος εἰπεῖν,
	so to say, if the expression may be allowed, He. 7.9.
Ἐπουράνιος, ίου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐπί & οὐρανός)
    heavenly, in respect of locality, Ep. 1.20; Phi. 2.10, et al.;
	τὰ ἐπουράνια, the upper regions of the air, Ep. 6.12; heavenly,
	in respect of essence and character, unearthly, 1 Co. 15.48, 49,
	et al.; met. divine, spiritual, Jno. 3.12, et al.
Ἑπτά, οἱ, αἱ, τά,
    seven, Mat. 15.34, 37, et al.; by Jewish usage for a round
	number, Mat. 12.45. Lu. 11.26:
	whence
Ἑπτάκις,
    adv. seven times, Mat. 18.21, 22. Lu. 17.4, bis. (ᾱ)
Ἑπτακισχίλιοι, ας, α, (ἑπτάκις & χίλιοι)
    seven thousand, Ro. 11.4.
Ἐργάζομαι, (ἔργον)
    f. άσομαι, a.1. εἰργασάμνη, p. εἴργασμαι,
    intrans. to work, labour, Mat. 21.28. Lu. 13.14; to trade,
	traffic, do business, Mat. 25.16. Re. 18.17; to act, exert
	one's power, be active, Jno. 5.17; trans. to do, perform,
	commit, Mat. 26.10. Jno. 6.28; to be engaged in, occupied
	upon, 1 Co. 9.13. Re. 18.17; to acquire, gain by one's labour,
	Jno. 6.27, et al.:
	whence
Ἐργᾰσία, ας, ἡ,
    work, labour; in N.T., ἐργασίαν διδόναι, operam dare, to
	endeavour, strive, Lu. 12.58; performance, practice, Ep. 4.19;
	a trade, business, craft, Ac. 19.25; gain acquired by labour
	or trade, profit, Ac. 16.16, 19; 19.24, 25.
Ἐργάτης, ου, ὁ,
    a workman, labourer, Mat. 9.37, 38; 20.1, 2, 8; met. a spiritual
	workman or labourer, 2 Co. 11.13, et al.; an artisan, artificer,
	Ac. 19.25; a worker, practiser, Lu. 13.27. (ᾰ)
Ἔργον, ου, τό,
    a work, any thing done or to be done; a deed, work, action,
	Jno. 3.21. Ep. 2.10. 2 Co. 9.8, et al. freq.; duty enjoined,
	office, charge, business, Mar. 13.34. Jno. 4.34, et al. freq.;
	a process, course of action, Ja. 1.4; a work, product of an
	action or process, Ac. 7.41. He. 1.10. et al.
Ἐρεθίζω, (ἐρέθω, idem, ἔρις)
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἠρέθισα,
    to provoke; to irritate, exasperate, Col. 3.21; to incite,
	stimulate, 2 Co. 9.2.
Ἐρείδω,
    f. είσω, a.1. ἤρεισα,
    to make to lean upon; to fix firmly; intrans. to become firmly
	fixed, stick fast, Ac. 27.41.
Ἐρεύγομαι,
    f. ξομαι,
    to vomit, disgorge, met. to utter, declare openly, Mat. 13.35.
Ἐρευνάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω.
    to search, trace, investigate, explore, Jno. 5.39; 7.52, et al.
Ἐρημία,
    a solitude, uninhabited region, waste, desert, Mat. 15.33, et al.:
	from
Ἐρημος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, & η, ον,
    lone, desert, waste, uninhabited, Mat. 14.13, 15. Mar. 6.31, 32, 35;
	lone, abandoned to ruin, Mat. 23.38. Lu. 13.35; met. lone, unmarried,
	Gal. 4.27; as a subs. a desert, uninhabited region, waste,
	Mat. 3.1; 24.26. Ac. 7.36, et al.:
	whence
Ἐρημόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, p. pass. ἠρήμωμαι, a.1. pass. ἠρημώθην,
    to lay waste, make desolate, bring to ruin, Mat. 12.25.
	Lu. 11.17. Re. 17.16; 18.16, 19:
	whence
Ἐρήμωσις, εως, ἡ,
    desolation, devastation, Mat. 24.15. Mar. 13.14, et al. L.G.
Ἐρίζω, (ἔρις)
    f. ίσω,
    to quarrel; to wrange; to use the harsh tone of a wrangler or
	brawler, to grate, Mat. 12.19.
Ἐρῑθεία, ας, ἡ, (ἐριθεύομαι, to serve for hire, to serve a party;
ἐρῑθος, a hired labourer)
    the service of a party, party spirit; feud, faction, 2 Co. 12.20;
	contentious disposition, Ja. 3.14, ; by impl. untowardness,
	disobedience, Ro. 2.8.
Ἔριον, ου, τό, (ἔρος, εἶρος, idem)
    wool, He. 9.19. Re. 1.14.
Ἔρις, ιδος, ἡ,
    altercation, strife, Ro. 13.13; contentious disposition,
	Ro. 1.29. Phi. 1.15, et al.
Ἐρίφιον, ίου, τό,
    a goat, kid, Mat. 25.33: dim. from
Ἔρῐφος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    a goat, kid, Mat. 25.32. Lu. 15.29.
Ἑρμηνεία, ας, ἡ,
    interpretation, explanation, 1 Co. 14.26; meton. the power
	or faculty of interpreting, 1 Co. 12.10:
	from
Ἑρμηνεύω, (ἑρμηνεύς, an interpreter)
    f. εύσω,
    to explain, interpret, translate, Jno. 1.39, 43; 9.7. He. 7.2.
Ἑρμῆς, οῦ, ὁ,
    Hermes or Mercury, son of Jupiter and Maia, the messenger
	and interpreter of the gods, and the patron of eloquence,
	learning, &c., Ac. 14.12.
Ἑρπετόν, οῦ, τό, (ἕρπω, to creep)
    a creeping animal, a reptile, Ac. 10.12, et al.
Ἐρυθρός, ά, όν,
    red, Ac. 7.36. He. 11.29.
Ἔρχομαι,
    f. ἐλεύσομαι, a.2. ἤλῠθον, by sync. ἦλθον, p. ἐλήλῠθα,
    to come, to go, to pass. By the combination of this verb with
	other terms, a variety of meaning result, which, however, is
	due, not to a change of meaning in the verb, but to the adjuncts.
	Ὁ ἐρχόμενος, He who is coming, the expected Messiah, Mat. 11.3.
	et al.
Ἐρωτάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to ask, interrogate, inquire of, Mat. 21.24. Lu. 20.3; in N.T.,
	to ask, request, beg, beseech, Mat. 15.23. Lu. 4.38. Jno. 14.16,
	et al.
Ἐσθής, ῆτος, ἡ, (ἕννυμι, to clothe)
    a robe, vestment, raiment, Lu. 23.11. Ac. 1.10, et al.:
	whence
Ἔσθησις, εως, ἡ,
    a garment, robe, raiment, Lu. 24.4. L.G.
Ἐσθίω, (ἔδω)
    f. ἔδομαι, & in N.T. φάγομαι, εσια, a.2. ἔφαγον,
    to eat, Mat. 12.1; 15.27; ἐσθίειν καὶ πίνειν, to eat and drink,
	to eat and drink in the usual manner, follow the common mode of
	living, Mat. 11.18; also with the assocaited notion of supposed
	security, Lu. 17.27; to feast, banquet, Mat. 24.49; met. to devour,
	consume, He. 10.27. Ja. 5.3; from the Heb. ἄρτον ἐσθίειν, to eat
	bread, to take food, take the usual meals, Mat. 15.2, et al.
Ἔσοπτρον, ου, τό, (ὄψομαι)
    a mirror, speculum, Ja. 1.23. 1 Co. 13.12.
Ἑσπέρα, ας, ἡ,
    fem. of ἕσπερος, evening, Lu. 24.29. Ac. 4.3; 28.23.
Ἔσχᾰτος, η, ον,
    farthest; last, latest, Mat. 12.45. Mar. 12.6; lowest,
	Mat. 19.30; 20.16, et al.:
	whence
Ἐσχάτως,
    adv. extremely; ἐσχάτως ἔχειν, to be in the last extremity,
	Mar. 5.23.
Ἔσω,
    adv., for the more usual form εἰσω, in, within, in the interior of,
	Mat. 26.58. Jno. 20.26, et al.; ὁ, ἡ, τό ἔσω, inner, interior,
	internal; met. within the pale of community, 1 Co. 5.12;
	ὁ ἔσω ἄνθρωπος, the inner man, the mind, soul, Ro. 7.22:
	whence
Ἔσωθεν,
    adv. from within, from the interior, Mar. 7.21, 23; within,
	in the internal parts, Mat. 7.15, et al.; ὁ, ἡ, τό ἔσωθεν,
	interior, internal, Lu. 11.39, 40; ὁ ἔσωθεν ἄνθρωπος,
	the mind, soul, 2 Co. 4.16.
Ἐσώτερος, α, ον,
    inner, interior, Ac. 16.24. He. 6.19.
Ἑταῖρος, ου, ὁ,
    a companion, associate, fellow, comrade, friend,
	Mat. 11.16; 20.13; 22.12; 26.50.
Ἑτερόγλωσσος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἕτερος & γλῶσσα)
    one who speaks another or foreign language, 1 Co. 14.21. L.G.
Ἑτεροδιδασμαλέω, ῶ, (ἕτερος & διδασκαλία)
    f. ήσω,
    to teach other or different doctrine, and spc. what is
	foreign to the Christian religion, 1 Ti. 1.3; 6.3. N.T.
Ἑτεροζυγέω, ῶ, (ἕτερος & ζυγός)
    to be unequally yoked or matched, 2 Co. 6.14.
Ἕτερος, α, ον,
    other, another, some other, Mat. 8.21; 12.45; met. different,
	Lu. 9.29, et al.; ὁ ἕτερος, the other of two, Mat. 6.24; τῇ ἑτέρᾳ,
	the next day, Ac. 20.15; 27.3; ὁ ἕτερος, one's neighbour,
	Ro. 13.8, et al.; foreign, strange, Ac. 2.4. 1 Co. 14.21;
	illicit, Jude 7:
	whence
Ἑτέρως,
    adv. otherwise, differently, Phi. 3.15.
Ἔτι
    adv. yet, still, Mat. 12.46; still, further, longer, Lu. 16.2;
	further, besides, in addition, Mat. 18.16; with a compar., yet,
	still, Phi. 1.9.
Ἑτοιμάζω, (ἕτοιμος)
    f. άσω,
    to make ready, prepare, Mat. 22.4; 26.17, et al.:
	whence
Ἑτοιμασία, ας, ἡ,
    preparation; preparedness, readiness, alacrity, Ep. 6.15.
Ἕτοιμος, η, ον, ὁ, ἡ, also ἑτοῖμος,
    ready, prepared, Mat. 22.4, 8. Mar. 14.15, et al.:
	whence
Ἑτοίμως,
    adv. in readiness, preparedly, Ac. 21.13, et al.
Ἔτος, εος, τό,
    a year, Lu. 2.41; 3.23, et al.
Εὖ
    adv. well, good, happily, rightly, Mar. 14.7. Ac. 15.29;
	well! well done! Mat. 25.21, 23, et al.
Εὐαγγελίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to address with good tidings, Re. 10.7; 14.6; but elsewhere
	mid. εὐαγγελίζομαι, to proclaim as good tidings, to announce
	good tidings of, Lu. 1.19, et al.; absol. to announce the good
	tidings of the gospel, Lu. 4.18; 9.6, et al.; pass. to be
	announced as good tidings, Lu. 16.16; to be addressed with good
	tidings, Mat. 11.5. Lu. 7.22. He. 4.2.
Εὐαγγέλιον, ου, τό, (εὖ & ἄγγελος)
    glad tidings, good or joyful news, Mat. 4.23; 9.35; the gospel,
	doctrines of the gospel, Mat. 26.13. Mar. 8.35; meton. the
	preaching of, or instruction in the gospel, 1 Co. 4.15; 9.14,
	et al.
Εὐαγγελιστής, οῦ, ὁ, (εὐαγγελίζω)
    pr. one who announces glad tidings; an evangelist, preacher of
	the gospel, teacher of the Christian religion, Ac. 21.8.
	Ep. 4.11. 2 Ti. 4.5. N.T.
Εὐαρεστέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. εὐηρέστηκα,
    to please well, He. 11.5, 6; pass. to take pleasure in, be well
	pleased with, He. 13.6: (L.G.)
	from
Εὐάρεστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (εὖ & ἀρεστός, fr. ἀρέσκω)
    well pleasing, acceptable, grateful, Ro. 12.1, 2, et al.:
	whence
Εὐαρέστως,
    adv. acceptably, He. 12.28.
Εὐγενής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & γένος)
    well born, of high rank, honourable; Lu. 19.12. 1 Co. 1.26;
	generous, ingenuous, candid, Ac. 17.11.
Εὐδία, ας, ἡ, (εὖ & Ζεύς, Διός, Jupiter, lord of the air and heavens)
    serenity of the heavens, a cloudless sky, fair or fine weather,
	Mat. 16.2.
Εὐδοκέω, ῶ, (εὖ & δοκέω)
    to think well, approve, acquiesce, take delight or pleasure,
	Mat. 3.17; 17.5. Mar. 1.11. Lu. 3.22; 12.32, et al.: (L.G.) whence
Εὐδοκία, ας, ἡ,
    approbation; good will, favour, Lu. 2.14; good pleasure,
	purpose, intention, Mat. 11.26. Lu. 10.21; Ep. 1.5, 9.
	Phi. 2.13; by impl. desire, Ro. 10.1.
Εὐεργεσία, ας, ἡ, (εὐεργέτης)
    well doing; a good deed, benefit conferred, Ac. 4.9; duty,
	good office, 1 Ti. 6.2.
Εὐεργετέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to do good, exercise beneficence, Ac. 10.38:
	from
Εὐεργέτης, ου, ὁ, (εὖ & ἔργον)
    a well doer; a benefactor, Lu. 22.25.
Εὔθετος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & τίθημι)
    pr. well arranged, rightly disposed; fit, proper, adapted,
	Lu. 9.62; 14.35; useful, He. 6.7.
Εὐθέως, (εὐθύς)
    adv. immediately, forthwith, instantly, at once,
	Mat. 8.3; 13.5, et al.;
Εὐθυδρομέω, ῶ, (εὐθύς & δρόμος)
    f. ήσω,
    to run on a straight course;
	to sail on a direct course, Ac. 16.11; 21.1. L.G.
Εὐθῡμέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to be cheerful, be in good spirits, take courage, Ac. 27.22, 25.
	Ja. 5.13:
	from
Εὔθῡμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & θυμός)
    of good cheer or courage, cheerful, Ac. 27.36:
	whence
Εὐθυμότερον, (pr. neut. comp. of preced.)
    adv. more cheerfully, Ac. 24.10.
Εὐθύμως,
    adv. cheerfully, v.r. Ac. 24.10.
Εὐθύνω,
    f. υνῶ, a.1 ῡνα,
    to guide straight; to direct, guide, steer a ship, Ja. 3.4;
	to make straight, Jno. 1.23:
	from
Εὐθύς, εῖα, ύ,
    straight, Mat. 3.3. Mar. 1.3; met. right, upright, true,
	Ac. 8.21, et al.
Εὐθύς,
    adv. straight forwards; directly, immediately, instantly,
	forthwith, Mat. 3.16; 13.20, 21, et al.
Εὐθύτης, τητος, ἡ,
    rectitude, righteousness, equity, He. 1.8. (ῠ).
Εὐκαιρέω, ὼ, (εὔκαιρος)
    f. ήσω, a.1 ηὐκαίρησα,
    to have convenient time or opportunity, have leisure,
	Mar. 6.31. 1 Co. 16.12; to be at leisure for a thing,
	give one's self up to a thing, Ac. 17.21. L.G.
Εὐκαιρία, ας, ἡ,
    convenient opportunity, favourable occasion, Mat. 26.16. Lu. 22.6:
	from
Εὔκαιρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & καιρός)
    timely, opportune, seasonable, convenient, Mar. 6.21. He. 4.16:
	whence
Εὐκαίρως,
    adv. opportunely, seasonably, conveniently, Mar. 14.11. 2 Ti. 4.2.
Εὐκοπώτερος, α, ον, (comp. of εὔκοπος, easy, fr. εὖ & κόπος)
    easier, more feasible, Mat. 9.5; 19.24. Mar. 2.9, et al. L.G.
Εὐλάβεια, ας, ἡ,
    the disposition of one who is εὐλαβής, caution, circumspection;
	in N.T., reverence to God, piety, He. 5.7; 12.28.
Εὐλαβέομαι, οῦ,
    f. ήσομαι, a.1. ηὔλαβήθην,
    to be cautious or circumspect; to fear, be afraid or apprehensive,
	Ac. 23.10; in N.T., absol. to reverence God, to be influenced by
	pious awe, He. 11.7:
	from
Εὐλᾰβής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & λαμβάνω)
    pr. taking hold of well, i.e. warily; hence, cautious, circumspect;
	full of reverence towards God, devout, pious, religious, Lu. 2.25.
	Ac. 2.5; 8.2.
Εὐλογέω, ῶ, (εὖ & λόγος)
    f. ήωσ, p. ηκα, a.1. ησα,
    pr. to speak well of; in N.T., to bless, ascribe praise and
	glorification, Lu. 1.64, et al.; to bless, invoke a blessing
	upon, Mat. 5.44, et al.; to bless, confer a favour or blessing
	upon, Ep. 1.3. He. 6.14; pass. to be blessed, be an object of
	favour or blessing, Lu. 1.28, et al.:
	whence
Εὐλογητός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ,
    worthy of praise or blessing, blessed, Mar. 14.61. Lu. 1.68,
	et al. S.
Εὐλογία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. good speaking; fair speech, flattery, Ro. 16.18; in N.T.,
	blessing, praise, celebration, 1 Co. 10.16. Re. 5.12, 13;
	invocation of good, benediction, Ja. 3.10; a favour conferred,
	gift, benefit, Ro. 15.29. 2 Co. 9.5, 6, et al.
Εὐμετάδοτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & μεταδίδωμι)
    ready in imparting, liberal, bountiful, 1 Ti. 6.18. L.G.
Εὐνοέω, ῶ, (εὔνοος, εὖ & νόος, νοῦς)
    to have kind thoughts, be well affected or kindly disposed
	towards, Mat. 5.25.
Εὔνοια, ας, ἡ, (fr. same)
    good will, kindliness; heartiness, Ep. 6.7; conjugal duty,
	1 Co. 7.3.
Εὐνουχίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. εὐνουχίσα,
    to emasculate, make a eunuch; to impose chaste abstinence on,
	to bind to a practical emasculation, Mat. 19.12: (L.G.)
	from
Εὐνοῦχος, ου, ὁ, (εὐν, a bed, & ἔχω)
    pr. one who has charge of the bedchamber; hence, a eunuch,
	one emasculated, Mat. 19.12; as eunuchs in the East often rose
	to places of power and trust, hence, a minister of court.
	Ac. 8.27, 34.
Εὐοδόω, (εὖ & ὁδός)
    f. ώσω,
    to give a prosperous journey; cause to prosper or be successful;
	pass. to have a prosperous journey, to succeed in a journey,
	Ro.1.10; met. to be furthered, to prosper, temporally or
	spiritually, 1 Co. 16.2. 3 Jno. 2, bis.
Εὐπάρεδρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & πάρεδρος, one who sits by, an assistant,
	assessor, fr. παρά & ἕδρα, a seat)
    constantly attending; assiduous, devoted to; τὸ εὐπάρεδρον,
	assiduity, devotedness, v.r. 1 Co. 7.35. L.G.
Εὐπειθής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & πείθω)
    easily persuaded, pliant, Ja. 3.17.
Εὐπερίστᾰτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & περιίσταμαι)
    easily or constantly environing or besetting, He. 12.1. N.T.
Εὐποιΐα, ας, ἡ, (εὖ & ποιέω)
    doing good, beneficence, He. 13.16. L.G.
Εὐπορέομαι, οῦμαι, (εὐπορέω, to supply, fr. εὔπορος, easy, abounding,
	in easy circumstances)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to be in prosperous circumstances, enjoy plenty, Ac. 11.29.
Εὐπορία, ας, ἡ, (fr. same)
    wealth, abundance, Ac. 19.25.
Εὐπρέπεια, ας, ἡ, (εὐπρεπής, well looking, fr. εὖ & πρέπει)
    grace, beauty, Ja. 1.11.
Εὐπρόσδεκτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & προσδέχομαι)
    acceptable, grateful, pleasing, Ro. 15.16, 31. 2 Co. 8.12.
	1 Pe. 2.5; in N.T., gracious, 2 Co. 6.2. L.G.
Εὐπρόσεδρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & πρόσεδρος, an assessor)
    contantly attending, assiduous, devoted to, 1 Co. 7.35;
	equivalent to εὐπάρεδρος.
Εὐπροσωπέω, ῶ, (εὐπρόσωπος, of a fair countenance, fr. εὖ & πρόσωπον)
    f. ήσω,
    to carry or make fair appearance, to be specious, Gal. 6.12. N.T.
Εὑρίσκω,
    f. εὑρήσω, p. εὕρηκα, a.2. εὗρον, a.1. pass. εὑρέθην, later
	a. 1. εὕρησα, and a. mid. εὑράμην,
    He. 9.12; to find, to meet with, light upon, Mat. 18.28; 20.6,
	to find out, to detect, discover, Lu. 23.2, 4, 14; to acquire,
	obtain, win, gain, Lu. 1.30; 9.12; to find mentally, to
	comprehend, recognise, Ac. 17.27. Ro. 7.21; to find by experience,
	observe, gather, Ro. 7.18; to devise as feasible, Lu. 5.19; 19.48.
Εὐροκλύδων, (εὖρος, the east wind, & κλύδων, a wave)
    Euroclydon, the name of a tempestuous wind, Ac. 27.14. There are,
	however, two various readings, Εὐρυκλύδων (εὐρύς) and Εὐρακύλων.
	Euroaquilo. (ῠ). N.T.
Εὐρύχωρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὐρύς, broad, & χώρα)
    spacious; broad, wide, Mat. 7.13.
Εὐσέβεια, ας, ἡ, (εὐσεβής)
    reverential feeling; piety, devotion, godliness, Ac. 3.12.
	1 Ti. 2.2; 4.7, 8, et al.; religion, the Christian religion,
	1 Ti. 3.16.
Εὐσεβέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to exercise piety; towards a deity, to worship, Ac. 17.23;
	towards relatives, to be dutiful towards, 1 Ti. 5.4:
	from
Εὐσεβής, έον, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & σέβομαι)
    reverent; pious, devout, religious, Ac. 10.2, 7; 22.12. 2 Pe. 2.9:
	whence
Εὐσεβῶς,
    adv. piously, religiously, 2 Ti. 3.12. Tit. 2.12.
Εὔσημος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & σῆμα)
    pr. well marked, strongly marked; met. significant,
	intelligible, perspicuous, 1 Co. 14.9.
Εὔσπλαγχνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & σπλάγχνον)
    in N.T., tender-hearted, compassionate, Ep. 4.32. 2 Pe. 3.8.
Εὐσχημόνως, (εὐσχήμων)
    adv. in a becoming manner, with propriety, decently, gracefully,
	Ro. 13.13. 1 Co. 14.40. 1 Thes. 4.12.
Εὐσχημοσύνη, ης, ἡ,
    comeliness, gracefulness; artificial comeliness, ornamental array,
	embellishment, 1 Co. 12.23:
	from
Εὐσχήμων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & σχῆμα)
    of good appearance, pleasing to look upon, comely, 1 Co. 12.24;
	met. becoming, decent; τὸ εὔσχημον, decorum, propriety, 1 Co. 7.35;
	honourable, reputable, of high standing and influence, Mar. 15.43.
	Ac. 13.50; 17.12.
Εὐτόνως, (εὔτονος, on the stretch, fr. εὖ & τείνω)
    adv. intensely, vehemently, strenuously, Lu. 23.10. Ac. 18.28.
Εὐτραπελία, ας, ἡ, (εὐτράπελος, ready, witty, fr. εὖ & τρέπω, to turn)
    facetiousness, pleasantry; hence, buffoonery, ribaldry, Ep. 5.4.
Εὐφημία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. use of words of good omen; hence, favourable expression,
	praise, commendation, 2 Co. 6.8:
	from
Εὔφημος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & φήμη)
    pr. of good omen, auspicious; hence, of good report, commendable,
	laudable, reputable, Phi. 4.8.
Εὐφορέω, ῶ, (εὔφορος, εὖ & φέρω)
    to bear or bring forth well or plentifully, yield abundantly,
	Lu. 12.16.
Εὐφραίνω, (εὔφρων, εὖ & φρήν)
    f. ανῶ, a.1. εὔφρηνα & εὔφρᾱνα,
    to gladden, 2 Co. 2.2; pass. to be glad; exult, rejoice, Lu 12.19.
	Ac. 2.26; mid. to feast in token of joy, keep a day of rejoicing,
	Lu. 15.23, 24, 29, 32, et al.
Εὐφροσύνη, ης, ἡ, (εὔφρων)
    joy, gladness, rejoicing, Ac. 2.28; 14.17.
Εὐχαριστέω, ῶ, (εὐχάριστος)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ησα,
    to thank, give thanks, Mat. 15.36; 26.27, et al.
Εὐχαριστία, ας, ἡ,
    gratitude, thankfulness, Ac. 24.3; thanks, the act of giving thanks,
	thanksgiving, 1 Co. 14.16, et al.; conversation marked by the gentle
	cheefulness of a grateful heart, as contrasted with the unseemly
	mirth of εὐτραπελία, Ep. 5.4:
	from
Εὐχάριστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & χάρις)
    grateful, pleasing; grateful, mindful of benefits,
	thankful, Col. 3.15.
Εὐχή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a wish, prayer, Ja. 5.15; a vow, Ac. 21.23.
Εὔχομαι,
    f. ξομαι, a.1. ηὐξάμην,
    to pray, offer prayer, Ac. 26.29. 2 Co. 13.7, 9. Ja. 5.16;
	to wish, desire, Ac. 27.29. Ro. 9.3. 3 Jno 2.
Εὔχρηστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & χρηστός)
    highly useful, very profitable, 2 Ti. 2.21; 4.11. Phile. 11.
Εὐψυχέω, ῶ, (εὔψῡχος, of good courage, εὖ & ψυχή)
    f. ήσω,
    to be animated, encouraged, in good spirits, Phi. 2.19.
Εὐωδία, ας, ἡ, (εὐώδης, εὖ & ὄδωδα, ὄζω)
    a sweet smell, grateful odour, fragrance, 2 Co. 2.15. Ep. 5.2.
	Phi. 4.18.
Εὐώνῠμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (εὖ & ὄνομα)
    of good name or omen; used also as an euphemism by the Greeks
	instead of ἀριστερός, which was a word of bad import, as all
	omens on the left denoted misfortune; the left, Mat. 20.21, 23;
	25.33, 41, et al.
Ἔφᾰγον,
    a. 2. of ἐσθίω.
Ἐφάλλομαι, (ἐπί & ἅλλομαι)
    f. αλοῦμαι,
    to leap or spring upon, assault, Ac. 19.16.
Ἐφάπαξ, (ἐπί & ἅπαξ)
    adv. once for all, Ro. 6.10; at once, 1 Co. 15.6.
Ἐφεσῖνος, η, ον,
    Re. 2.1, and
Ἐφέσιος, ία, ιον,
    Ephesian, of Ἔφεσος, ου, ἡ, Ephesus, a city of Asia Minor,
	Ac. 19.28, 34, 35; 21.29.
Ἐφευρετής, οῦ, ὁ, (ἐφευρίσκα, to come upon, find, discover,
	fr. ἐπί & εὑρίσκω)
    an inventor, deviser, Ro. 1.30.
Ἐφημερία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. daily course; the daily service of the temple; a course
	of priests to which the daily service for a week was allotted
	in rotation, Lu. 1.5, 8: (L.G.) from
Ἐφήμερος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἐπί & ἡμέρα)
    lasting for a day; daily; sufficient for a day, necessary for
	every day, Ja. 2.15.
Ἐφικνέομαι, οῦμαι, (ἐπί & ἱκνέομαι, to come)
    f. ίξομαι, a.2 ἐφικόμην,
    to come or reach to, to reach a certain point or end;
	to reach, arrive at, 2 Co. 10.13, 14.
Ἐφίστημι, (ἐπί & ἵστημι)
    f. ἐπιστήσω,
    trans. to place upon, over, close by; intrans.
	p. ἐφέστηκα, part. ἐφεστώς, a.2. ἐπέστην, mid. ἐφίσταμαι,
	to stand by or near, Lu. 2.38; 4.39; to come suddenly upon,
	Lu. 2. 9, 24; to come upon, assault, Ac. 6.12; 17.5; to come
	near, approach, Lu. 10.40; to impend, be instant, be at hand,
	1 Thes. 5.3; to be present, Ac. 28.2; to be pressing, urgent,
	earnest, 2 Ti. 4.2.
Ἐφφαθα, (Aramaean, אתפתח)
    be thou opened, Mar. 7.34.
Ἔχθρα, ας, ἡ,
    enmity, discord, feud, Lu. 23.12. Gal. 5.20; alienation,
	Ep. 2.15, 16; a principle or state of enmity, Ro. 8.7.
Ἐχθρός, ά, όν,
    hated, under disfavour, Ro. 11.28; inimical, hostile,
	Mat. 13.28. Col. 1.21; as a subs. an enemy, adversary,
	Mat. 5.43, 44; 10.36. Lu. 6.27, 35, et al.
Ἔχιδνα, ης, ἡ, (ἔχις)
    a viper, poisonous serpent, Ac. 28.3; used also fig. of
	persons, Mat. 3.7.
Ἔχω
    f. ἔξω, imperf. εἶχον, a.2. ἔσχον, p. ἔσχηκα,
    to hold, Re. 1.16, et al.;
	to seize, possess a person, Mar. 16.8;
	to have, possess, Mat. 7.29, et al. freq.;
	to have, have ready, be furnished with, Mat. 5.23. Jno. 5.36; 6.68, et al.;
	to have as a matter of crimination, Mat. 5.23. Mar. 11.25, et al.;
	to have at command, Mat. 27.65;
	to have the power, be able, Mat. 18.25. Lu. 14.14. Ac. 4.14, et al.;
	to have in marriage, Mat. 14.4. et al.;
	to have, be affected by, subjected to, Mat. 3.14; 12.10. Mar. 3.10.
	Jno. 12.48; 15.22, 24; 16.21, 22. Ac. 23.29. 1 Ti. 5.12. He. 7.28.
	1 Jno. 1.8; 4.18;
	χάριν ἔχειν, to feel gratitude, be thankful, 1 Ti. 1.12.
	2 Ti. 1.3. Phile. 7; to hold, esteem, regard, Mat. 14.5. Lu. 14.18, 19, et al.;
	to have or hold as an object of knowedge, faith, or practice,
	Jno. 5.38, 42; 14.21. 1 Jno. 5.12. 2 Jno. 9;
	intrans. with adverbs or adverbial expressions, to be, to fare,
	Mat. 9.12. Mar. 2.17; 5.23. Lu. 5.31. Jno. 4.52.
	Ac. 7.1; 12.15; 15.36; 21.13. 2 Co. 10.6; 12.14. 1 Ti. 5.25. 1 Pe. 4.5;
	τὸ νῦν ἔχον, for the present; in N.T.,
	ἐχειν ἐν γαστρί, to be pregnant, Mat. 1.18, et al.;
	as also ἔχειν κοίτην, Ro. 9.10;
	ἔχειν δαιμόνιον, to be possessed, Mat. 11.18, et al.;
	of time, to have continued, to have lived, Jno. 5.5, 6; 8.57;
	of space, to embrace, be distant, Ac. 1.12;
	mid. pr. to hold by, cling to; hence, to border upon, be next,
	Mar. 1.38. Lu. 13.33. Ac. 20.15; 21.26;
	to tend immediately to, He. 6.9.
Ἕως,
    conj., of time, while, as long as, Jno. 9.4; until, Mat. 2.9.
	Lu. 15.4; as also in N.T., ἕως οὖ, ἕως ὅτου, Mat. 5.18, 26;
	ἕως ἄρτι, until now, Mat. 11.12; ἕως πότε, until when, how long,
	Mat. 17.17; ἕως σήμερον, until this day, to this time,
	2 Co. 8.15; as prep., of time, until, Mat. 24.21; of place,
	unto, even to, Mat. 11.23. Lu. 2.15; ἕως ἄνω, to the brim,
	Jno. 2.7; ἕως εἰς, even to, as far as, Lu. 24.50; ἕως κάτω,
	to the bottom; ἕως ὧδε, to this place, Lu. 23.5; of state,
	unto, even to, Mat. 26.38; of number, even, so much as,
	Ro. 3.12, et al. freq.

Ζ, ζ, Ζῆτα

Ζάω, ζῶ, ζῇς, ζῇ,
    f. ζήσω & ζήσομαι, a.1. ἔζησα, p. ἔζηκα,
    to live, to be possessed of vitality, to exercise the functions
	of life, Mat. 27.63. Ac. 17.28, et al.; τὸ ζῆν, life, He. 2.15;
	to have means of subsistence, 1 Co. 9.14; to live, to pass existence
	in a specific manner, Lu. 2.36; 15.13, et al.; to be instinct with
	life and vigour; hence, ζῶν, living, an epithet of God, in a sense
	peculiar to Himself; ἐλπὶς ζῶσα, a vigorous and enduring hope,
	1 Pe. 1.3; ὕδωρ ζῶν, a perennial flow of water, Jno 4.10; to be
	cheered and happy, 1 Thes. 3.8; to be exempt from spiritual
	condemnation, to have fruition of salvation, 1 Jno. 4.9, et.al.
Ζεστός, ή, όν, (ζέω)
    pr. boiled; boiling, boiling hot; met. glowing with zeal, fervent,
	Re. 3.15, 16.
Ζεῦγος,εος, τό,
    a yoke of animals; a pair, couple, Lu 2.24; 14.19.
Ζευκτηρία, ας, ἡ,
    (pr. fem. of ζευκτήριος. fr. ζεύγνυμι, to yoke, join) a
	fastening, bank, Ac. 27.40.
Ζεύς, Διός, ὁ,
    the supreme God of the Greeks, answering to the Jupiter of the
	Romans, Ac. 14.12, 13.
Ζέω,
    f. ζέσω,
    to boil, to be hot; in N.T., met. to be fervent, ardent,
	zealous, Ac. 18.25. Ro. 12.11
Ζηλεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    i. q. ζηλόω, v.r. Re. 3.19:
	from
Ζῆλος, ου, ὁ (ζέω)
    in a good sense generous rivalry; noble aspiration; in N.T.,
	zeal, ardour in behalf of, ardent affection, Jno 2.17. Ro. 10.2;
	in a bad sense, jealousy, envy, malice, Ac. 13.45. Ro. 13.13;
	indignation, wrath, Ac. 5.17 et. al.
	whence
Ζηλόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to have strong affection towards, be ardently devoted to,
	2 Co. 11.2; to make a show of affection and devotion towards,
	Gal. 4.17; to desire earnestly, aspire eagerly after,
	1 Co. 12.31; 14.1, 39; absol. to be fervent, to be zealous,
	Re. 3.19; to be jealous, envious, spiteful, Ac. 7.9; 17.5
	1 Co. 13.4. Ja 4.2; pass. to be an object of warm regard and
	devotion, Gal. 4.18:
	whence
Ζηλωτής, οῦ, ὁ,
    pr. a generous rival, an imitator; in N.T., an aspirant,
	1 Co. 14.12. Tit. 2.14; a devoted adherent, a zealot,
	Ac. 21.20; 22.3. Gal. 1.14.
Ζημία, ας, ἡ
    damage, loss, detriment, Ac. 27.10, 21. Phi. 3.7, 8:
	whence
Ζημιόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to visit with loss or harm; pass. to suffer loss or detriment,
	1 Co. 3.15. 2 Co. 7.9; to lose, to forfeit, Mat. 16.26.
	Mar. 8.36. Phi. 3.8.
Ζητέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to seek, look for, Mat. 18.12. Lu. 2.48, 49; to search after,
	Mat. 13.45; to be on the watch for Mat. 26.16; to pursue,
	endeavour to obtain, Ro. 2.7; 1 Pe. 3.11, et al.; to desire,
	wish, want, Mat. 12.47; to seek, strive for, Mat. 6.33;
	to endeavour, Mat. 21.46; to require, demand, ask for,
	Mar. 8.11. Lu. 11.16; 12.48; to inquire or ask questions,
	question, Jno. 16.19; to deliberate, Mar. 11.18. Lu. 12.29;
	in N.T. fr. Heb. ζητεῖν τὴν ψυχήν, to seek the life of any one,
	to seek to kill, Mat. 2.20:
	whence
Ζήτημα, ατος, τό,
    a question; a subject of debate or controversy, Ac. 15.2; 18.15;
	23.29 et al.
Ζήτησις, εως, ἡ
    a seeking; an inquiry, a question; a dispute, debate, discussion,
	Jno. 3.25. 1 Ti. 1.4; a subject of dispute or controversy,
	Ac. 25.20, et al.
Ζιζάνιον, ου, τό,
    zizanium, darnel, spurious wheat, a plant found in Palestine,
	which resembles wheat both in its stalk and grain, but is worthless
	and deleterious, Mat. 13.26, 27, 29, 30, 36, 38, 40. L.G.
Ζόφος, ου, ὁ,
    gloom, thick darkness, 2 Pe. 2.4, 17. Jude 6, 13
Ζυγός, ου, ὁ,
    a collateral form of ζυγόν, (ζεύγνυμι)
    pr. a cross bar or band; a yoke; met. a yoke of bondage,
	state of slavery, servile condition, 1 Ti. 6.1; service or
	obligation, Mat. 11.29, 30. Ac. 15.10. Gal 5.1; the beam of
	a balance; by synecd. a balance, pair of scales, Re. 6.5.
Ζύμη, ης, ἡ,
    leaven, Mat. 16.12; 13.33 met. leaven of the mind and conduct,
	a system of doctrine or morals, used in a bad sense,
	Mat. 16.6, 11. 1 Co. 5.6, et al.:
	whence
Ζυμόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to leaven, cause to ferment, Mat. 13.33. Lu. 13.21.
	1 Co. 5.6. Gal. 5.9.
Ζωγρέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. ἐζώγρηκα, (ζωός, alive, & ἀγρεύω)
    pr. to take alive, take prisoner in war instead of killing;
	to take captive, enthral, 2 Ti. 2.26 also to catch animals,
	as fish; in which sense it is used figuratively, Lu. 5.10.
Ζωή, ῆς, ἡ, (ζάω)
    life, animated existence, state of being alive, Lu. 16.25.
	Ac. 17.25; life, manner of life, conduct, Ro. 6.4; in N.T.,
	life, deliverance from the proper penalty of sin, expressed
	by θάνατος, Jno. 6.51. Ro. 5.18, et al.; life, the final state of
	the redeemed, Mat. 25.46, et al.; the author of life, means of
	attaining life, Jno. 5.39; 11.25. Col. 3.4.
Ζώνη, ης, ἡ,
    zone, belt, girdle, Mat. 3.4; 10.9, et al.
Ζώννῡμι, and it N.T. ζωννύω,
    f. ζώσω,
    to gird, gird on, put on one's girdle, Jno. 21.18 bis.
Ζωογονέω, ῶ, (ζωός & γόνος)
    f. ήσω,
    to bring forth living creatures; in N.T., to preserve alive,
	save, Lu. 17.33. Ac. 7.19.
Ζῶον, ου, τό,
    a living creature, animal, He. 13.11. 2 Pe. 2.12, et al.
Ζωοποιέω, ῶ, (ζωός & ποιέω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to engender living creatures; to impart life, make alive,
	vivify, Ro. 4.17; 8.11. 1 Co. 15.36; in N.T., met. to impart
	the life of salvation, Jno. 6.63. 2 Co. 3.6, et al.

Η, η, Ἦτα

Ἤ,
    either, or, Mat. 6.24, et al.; after comparatives, and ἄλλος,
	ἕτερος, expressed or implied, than, Mat. 10.15, 18.8. Ac. 17.21;
	24.21; intensive after ἀλλά & πρίν, Lu. 12.51. Mat. 1.18; it
	also serves to point an interrogation, Ro. 3.29, et al.
Ἧ,
    a particle occurring in the N.T. only in the combination ἧ μήν,
	introductory to the terms of an oath, He. 6.14.
Ἡγεμονεύω, (ἡγεμών)
    f. εύσω,
    to be a guide, leader, chief; in N.T., to hold the office of a
	Roman provincial governor, Lu. 2.2; 3.1.
Ἡγεμονία, ας, ἡ,
    leadership, sovereignty; in N.T., a reign, Lu. 3.1:
	from
Ἡγεμών, όνος, ὁ,
    a guide; a leader; a chieftain, prince, Mat. 2.6; a Roman
	provincial governor, under whatever title, Mat. 27.2, et al.
Ἡγέομαι, οῦμαι,
    f. ήσομαι,
    to lead the way; to take the lead, Ac. 14.12; to be chief,
	to preside, govern, rule, Mat. 2.6. Ac. 7.10; ἡγούμενος, a
	chief officer in the church, He. 13.7, 17,24; also, with
	p. ἥγημαι, to think, consider, count, esteem, regard,
	Ac. 26.2. 2 Co. 9.5, et al.
Ἡδέως, (ἡδύς)
    adv. with pleasure, gladly, willingly, Mar. 6.20; 12.37.
	2 Co. 11.19.
Ἥδη,
    adv. before now, now, already, Mat. 3.10; 5.28, et al.; ἥδη ποτέ,
	at length, Ro. 1.10. Phi. 4.10.
Ἥδιστα,
    adv. (pr. neut. pl. superlat. of ἡδύς) with the greatest pleasure,
	most gladly, 2 Co. 12.9, 15.
Ἡδονή, ῆς, ἡ, (ἧδος)
    pleasure, gratification, esp. sensual pleassure, Lu. 8.14.
	Tit. 3.3. Ja. 4.3. 2 Pe. 2.13; a passion, Ja. 4.1.
Ἡδύοσμον, ου, τό, (ἡδύς & ὀσμή)
    garden mint, Mat. 23.23. Lu. 11.42.
Ἥθος, εος, τό,
    pr. a place of customary resort, a haunt; hence, a settled
	habit of mind and manners, 1 Co. 15.33.
Ἥκω,
    f. ἥξω, imperf. ἧκον,
    to be come, have arrived, Lu. 15.27, et al.
Ἠλί, (Heb. אלי)
    my God! Mat. 27.46.
Ἠλικία, ας, ἡ, (ἧλιξ)
    a particular period of life; the period fitted for a particular
	function, prime, He. 11.11; full age, years of discretion,
	Jno. 9.21, 23; perhaps, the whole duration of life, Mat. 6.27.
	Lu. 12.25; otherwise, stature, Lu. 19.3. Ep. 4.13.
Ἡλίκος, η, ον,
    as great as; how great, Col. 2.1. Ja. 3.5. (ῐ).
Ἥλιος, ου, ὁ,
    the sun, Mat. 13.43; 17.2. Mar. 1.32, et al.; meton. light of
	the sun, light, Ac. 13.11.
Ἧλος, ου, ὁ,
    a nail, Jno. 20.25, bis.
Ἡμέρα, ας, ἡ,
    day, a day, the interval from sunrise to sunset,
	opp. to ηύξ, Mat. 4.2; 12.40. Lu 2.44; the interval of
	twenty-four hours, comprehending day and night,
	Mat. 6.34; 15.32; fr. the Heb. ἠμέρᾳ καὶ ἠμέρᾳ, day by day,
	every day, 2 Co. 4.16; ἡμέραν ἐξ ἡμέρας, from day to day,
	continually, 2 Pe. 2.8; καθ' ἡμέραν, every day, daily,
	Ac. 17.17. He. 3.13; a point or period of time, Lu. 19.42.
	Ac. 15.7. Ep. 6.13 et al.; a judgment, trial, 1 Co. 4.3.
Ἡμέτερος, α, ον,
    our, Ac. 2.11; 24.6, et al.
Ἡμιθᾰνής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (ἡμι— & θνήσκω)
    half dead, Lu. 10.30.
Ἥμῐσυς, σεια, συ,
    half, Mar. 6.23. Lu. 19.8. Re. 11.11; 12.14.
Ἠμιώριον, ου, τό, (ἡμι— & ὥρα)
    half an hour, Re. 8.1. L.G.
Ἡνίκα,
    adv. when, 2 Co. 3.15, 16. (ῐ)
Ἤπερ, (ἤ & περ)
    an emphatic form of ἤ, than, Jno. 12.43.
Ἤπιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    mild, gentle, kinid, 1 Thes. 2.7. 2 Ti. 2.24.
Ἤρεμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    equivalent to the ordinary form ἠρεμαῖος, tranquil, quiet,
	1 Ti. 2.2. N.T.
Ἡρωδιανοί, ῶν, οἱ,
    Herodians, partisans of Ἡρώδης, Herod Antipas, Mat. 22.16.
	Mar. 3.6; 12.13.
Ἡσυχάζω, (ἥσυχος)
    f. άσω,
    to be still, at rest; to live peaceably, be quiet,
	1 Thes. 4.11; to rest from labour, Lu. 23.56; to be
	silent or quiet, acquiesce, to desist from discussion
	Lu. 14.4. Ac. 11.18; 21.14.
Ἡσυχία, ας, ἡ,
    rest, quiet, tranquillity; a quiet tranquil life, 2 Thes. 3.12;
	silence, silent attention, Ac. 22.2. 1 Ti. 2.11, 12.
Ἡσύχιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    equivalent to ἥσῠχος, quiet, tranquil, peaceful,
	1 Ti. 2.2. 1 Pe. 3.4.
Ἥτοι, (ἤ & τοι)
    conj. in N.T. only in the usage, ἤτοι— ἥ, whether, with an
	elevated tone, Ro. 6.16.
Ἡττάομαι, ῶμαι,
    f. ἥττηθησομαι & ἡττήσομαι, p. ἥττημαι, (ἥττων)
    to be less, inferior to; to fare worse, to be in a less
	favoured condition, 2 Co. 12.13; by impl. to be overcome,
	vanquished, 2 Pe. 2.19, 20:
	whence
Ἤττημα, ατος, τό,
    an inferiority to a particular standard; default, failure,
	shortcoming, Ro. 11.12 1 Co. 6.7. S.
Ἥττων, Att. for ἥσσων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ,
    less, 2 Co. 12.15; worse, 1 Co. 11.17.
Ἠχέω, ῶ, (ἠχή)
    f. ήσω,
    to sound, ring, 1 Co. 13.1; to roar, as the sea, Lu. 21.25.
Ἠχος, ου, ὁ,
    equivalent to ἠχή, sound, noise, Ac. 2.2. He. 12.19;
	met. report, fame, rumour, Lu. 4.37.

Θ, θ, Θῆτα

Θάλασσα, ης, ἡ
    the sea, Mat. 23.15. Mar. 9.42; a sea, Ac. 7.36; an inland sea,
	lake, Mat. 8.24, et al.
Θάλπω,
    f. ψς,
    to impart warmth; met. to cherish, nurse, foster, Ep. 5.29.
	1 Thes. 2.7.
Θαμβέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐθάμβησα,
    to be astonished, amazed, Ac. 9.6; later, pass. to be
	astonished, amazed, awe-struck, Mar. 1.27; 10.24, 32:
	from
Θάμβος, εος, τό,
    astonishment, amazement, awe, Lu. 4.36, et al.
Θανάσῐμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (θάνατος)
    deadly, mortal, fatal, Mar. 16.18.
Θανατηφόρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (θάνατος & φέρω)
    mortiferous, bringing or causing death, deadly,
	fatal, Ja. 3.8.
Θάνᾰτος, ου, ὁ (θνήσκω)
    death, the extinction of life, whether naturally, Lu. 2.26.
	Mar. 9.1; or violently, Mat. 10.21; 15.4; imminent danger of
	death, 2 Co. 4.11, 12; 11.23; in N.T. death, as opposed
	to ζωή in its spiritual sense, spiritual condemnation, exclusion
	from salvation, the penal state of loss of salvation.
	Jno. 8.51. Ro. 6.16, et al.:
	whence
Θανατόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐθανάτωσα,
    to put to death, deliver to death, Mat. 10.21; 26.59. Mar. 13.12;
	pass. to be exposed to imminent danger of death, Ro. 3.36; in N.T.,
	met. to subdue, mortify, Ro. 8.13; pass. to be dead to, to be
	rid, parted from, as if by the intervention of death, Ro. 7.4.
Θάππω,
    f. ψω, τέτᾰφα, a.1. ἔθαχα, a.2. pass ἐτάφην,
    to bury, inter, Mat. 8.21, 22; 14.12, et al.
Θαρσέω, ῶ, & new Attic, θαρρέω, ῶ, (θάρσος, θάρρος),
    f. ήσω, imperat. θάρσει,
    to be of good courage, be of good cheer, Mat. 9.2, et al.;
	to be confident, hopeful, 2 Co. 7.16, et al.; to be bold,
	maintain a bold bearing, 2 Co. 10.1, 2.
Θάρσος, εος, τό,
    courage, confidence, Ac. 28.15.
Θαῦμα, ατος, τό,
    a wonder; wonder, admiration, astonishment, Re. 17.6:
	whence
Θαυμάζω,
    f. άσω, p. τεθαύμακα, a.1. ἐθαύμασα,
    to admire, regard with adminration, wonder at, Lu. 7.9.
	Ac. 7.31; to reverence, adore, 2 Thes. 1.10; absol to wonder,
	be filled with wonder, admiration, or astonishment,
	Mat. 8.10. Lu. 4.22, et al.; whence
Θαυμάσιος, α, ον,
    wonderful, admirable, marvellous; τὸ θαυμάσιον, a wonder,
	wonderful work, Mat. 21.13.
Θαθμαστός, ή, όν,
    wondrous, glorious, 1 Pe. 2.9. Re. 15.1; marvellous, strange,
	uncommon, Mat. 21.42. Mar. 12.11.
Θεά, ᾶς, ἡ, (Θεός)
    a goddess, Ac. 19.27, 35, 37.
Θεάομαι, ῶμαι,
    f. άσομαι, p. τεθέᾱμαι, a.1. pass. ἐθεάθην,
    to gaze upon, Mat. 6.1; 23.5. Lu. 7.24; to see, discern with the
	eyes, Mar. 16.11, 14. Lu. 5.27. Jno. 1.14, 32, 38, et al.;
	to see, visit, Ro. 15.24.
Θεατρίζομαι,
    to be exposed as in a theatre, be made a gazing-stock,
	object of scorn, He. 10.33 (N.T.) from
Θέᾱτρον, ου, τό, (θεάομαι)
    a theatre, a place where public games and spectacles are
	exhibited, Ac. 19.29, 31; meton. a show, gazing-stock,
	1 Co. 4.9.
Θεῖον, ου, τό,
    brimstone, sulphur, Lu. 17.29. Re. 9.17.18, et al.
Θεῖος, α, ον, (Θεός)
    divine, pertaining to God, 2 Pe. 1.3, 4; τὸ θεῖον,
	the divine nature, divinity, Ac. 17.29:
	whence
Θειότης, τητος, ἡ,
    divinity, deity, godhead, divine majesty, Ro. 1.20. L.G.
Θειώδης, εος, ους, ὁ, ἡ, (θεῖον)
    of brimstone, sulphurous, Re. 9.17. L.G.
Θέλημα, ατος, τό, (θέλω)
    will, bent, inclination, 1 Co. 16.12. Ep. 2.3. 1 Pe. 4.3;
	resolve, 1 Co. 7.37; will, purpose, design, 2 Ti. 2.26.
	2 Pe. 1.21; will, sovereign pleasure, behest, Mat. 18.14.
	Lu. 12.47. Ac. 13.22, et al. freq.; ἐν τῷ θελήματι Θεοῦ,
	Deo permittente, if God please or permit, Ro. 1.10. S.
Θέλησις, εως, ἡ,
    will, pleasure, He. 2.4: (L.G.) from
Θέλω,
    see ἐθέλω.
Θεμέλιος, ίου, ὁ, (pr. an adj. fr. θέμα, τίθημι)
    θεμέλιον, τό, a foundation, Lu. 6.48, 49. He. 11.10;
	met. a foundation laid in elementary instruction,
	He. 6.1; a foundation of a superstructure of faith,
	doctrine, or hope, 1 Co. 3.10, 11, 12. Ep. 2.20.
	1 Ti. 6.19; a foundation laid in a commencement of
	preaching the gospel, Ro. 15.20:
	whence
Θεμελιόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, p. τεθεμελίωκα, a.1. ἐθεμελίωσα,
    to found, lay the foundation of, Mat. 7.25. Lu. 6.48.
	He. 1.10; met. to ground, establish, render firm and
	unwavering, Ep. 3.17. Col. 1.23. 1 Pe. 5.10.
Θεοδίδακτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (Θεός & διδακτός)
    taught of God, divinely instructed, 1 Thes. 4.9. N.T.
Θεομᾰχέω, ῶ, (Θεός & μάχομαι)
    f. ήσω,
    to fight or content against God, to seek to counteract
	the divine will, Ac. 23.9.
Θεομάχος, ου, ὁ,
    fighting against God, in conflict with God, Ac. 5.39.
	(ᾰ). N.T.
Θεόπνευστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (Θεός & πνέω)
    divinely inspired, 2 Ti. 3.16. L.G.
Θεός, οῦ, ὁ & ἡ,
    a deity, Ac. 7.43. 1 Co. 8.5; an idol, Ac. 7.40.
	GOD, the true God, Mat. 3.9, et al. freq.; God,
	possessed of true godhead, Jno. 1.1. Ro. 9.5;
	fr. the Heb. applied to potentates, Jno. 10.34, 25;
	ῷ θεῷ an intensive term, fr. the Heb., exceedingly,
	Ac. 7.20, &, perhaps 2 Co. 10.4.
Θεοσέβεια, ας, ἡ,
    worshipping of God, reverence towards God, piety, 1 Ti. 2.10:
	from
Θεοσεβής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (Θεός & σέβομαι)
    reverencing God, pious, godly, devout, a sincere worshipper
	of God, Jno. 9.31.
Θεοστῠγής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (Θεός & στυγέω, to hate)
    God-hated; in N.T., a hater and contemner of God, Ro. 1.30.
Θεότης, τητος, ἡ, (Θεός)
    divinity, deity, godhead, Col. 2.9. L.G.
Θεραπεία,
    service, attendance; healing, cure, Lu. 9.11; Re. 22.2;
	meton. those who render service, servants, domestics,
	family, household, Mat. 24.45. Lu. 12.42:
	from
Θεραπεύω,
    f. εύσς, a.1. ἐθεράπευσα,
    to serve, minister to, render service and attendance;
	to render divine service, worship, Ac. 17.25; to heal,
	cure, Mat. 4.23, 24; 8.16, et al.:
	from
Θεράπων, οντος, ὁ,
    an attendant, a servant; a minister, He. 3.5.
Θερίζω, (θέρος)
    ίσω, a.1. ἐθέρισα,
    to gather in harvest, reap, Mat. 6.26; 25.24, 26;
	met. to reap the reward of labour, 1 Co. 9.11. 2 Co. 9.6;
	to reap the harvest of vengeance, Re. 14.15, 16:
	whence
Θερισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    harvest, the act of gathering the harvest, reaping,
	Jno. 4.23, et al.; met. the harvest of the Gospel, Mat. 9.37, 38,
	Lu. 10.2; a crop; met. the crop of vengeance, Re. 14.15
Θεριστής, οῦ, ὁ,
    one who gathers in the harvest, a reaper, Mat. 13.30, 39.
Θερμαίνω,
    f. ανῶ,
    to warm; mid. to warm one's self, Mar. 14.54, 67.
	Jno. 18.18, 25. Ja. 2.16:
	from
Θέρμη, ης, ἡ, (θερμός, θέρω)
    heat, warmth, Ac. 28.3.
Θέρος, εος, τό,
    the warm season of the year, summer, Mat. 24.32.
	Mar. 13.38. Lu. 21.30.
Θεωρέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to be a spectator, to gaze on, contemplate;
	to behold, view with interest and attention Mat. 27.55; 28.1, et al.;
	to contemplate mentally, consider, He. 7.4; in N.T.,
	to see, perceive, Mar. 3.11, et al.;
	to come to a knowledge of, Jno. 6.40
	fr. the Heb. to experience, undergo, Jno. 8.51, et al.:
Θεωρία, ας, ἡ,
    a beholding; a sight, spectacle, Lu. 23.48.
Θήκη, ης, ἡ, (τίθημι)
    a repository, receptacle; a case, sheath, scabbard,
	Jno. 18.11.
Θηλάζω, (θηλή, a nipple)
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐθήλασα,
    to suckle, give suck, Mat. 24.19. Mar. 13.17. Lu. 21.23; 23.29;
	to suck, Mat. 21.16. Lu. 11.27.
Θῆλυς, θήλεια, θῆλυ,
    female; τὸ θῆλυ, sc. γενός, a female, Mat. 19.4. Mar. 10.6.
	Ga. 3.28; ἡ θήλεια, woman, Ro. 1.26, 27.
Θήρα, ας, ἡ, (θήρ, a wild beast)
    hunting, the chase; met. means of capture, a cause of
	destruction, Ro. 11.9:
	whence
Θηρεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to hunt, catch; met. to seize on, lay hold of, Lu. 11.54.
Θηριομαχέω, ῶ, (θηρίον & μάχομαι)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐθηριομάχησα,
    to fight with wild beasts; met. to be exposed to furious
	hostility, 1 Co. 15.32. L.G.
Θηρίον, ου, τό, (equivalent to θήρ, but pr. a dmin. from it)
    a beast, wild animal, Mar. 1.13. Ac. 10.12, et al.;
	met. a brutish man, Tit. 1.12.
Θησαυρίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.l. ἐθησαύρισα,
    to collect and lay up stores or wealth, treasure up,
	Mat. 6.19, 20; to heap up, accumulate, Ro. 2.5. 1 Co. 16.2;
	to reserve, keep in store, 2 Pe. 3.7:
	from
Θησαυρός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a treasury, a store, treasure, precious deposit,
	Mat. 6.19, 20, 21, et al.; a receptacle in which
	precious articles are kept, a casket, Mat. 2.11;
	a store house, Mat. 12.35.
Θιγγάνω,
    f. θίξομαι, a.2. ἔθιγον,
    to touch, Col. 2.21. He. 12.20; to harm, He. 11.28.
Θλίβω,
    f. ψω, p. pass. τέθλιμμαι,
    to squeeze, press; to press upon, emcumber, throng,
	crowd, Mar. 3.9; met. to distress, afflict, 2 Co. 1.6; 4.8,
	et al.; pass. to be compressed, narrow, Mat. 7.14: (ῑ)
	whence
Θλῖψις, εως, ἡ
    pr. pressure, compression; met. affliction, distress of mind,
	2 Co. 2.4; distressing circumstances, trail, affliction,
	Mat. 24.9, et al. L.G.
Θνήσκω,
    f. θανοῦμαι, p. τέθνηκα, a.2. ἔθανον,
    to die; in N.T., only in the p. and plup., τέθηνκα, ἐτεθνήκειν,
	to be dead, Mat. 2.20; Mar. 15.44, et al.:
	whence
Θνητός, ή, όν,
    mortal, obnoxious to death, Ro. 6.12; 8.11. 2 Co. 4.11;
	τὸ θνητόν, mortality, 1 Co. 15.53, 54. 2 Co. 5.4.
Θορυβέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    intrans. to make a din, uproar; trans. to disturb, throw
	into commotion, Ac. 17.5; in N.T., mid. to manifest agitation
	of mind, to raise a lament, Mat. 9.23. Mar. 5.39. Ac. 20.10:
	from
Θόρῠβος, ου, ὁ,
    an uproar, din; an outward expression of mental agitation,
	Mar. 5.38; a tumult, commotion, Mat. 26.5, et al.
Θραύω,
    f. αύσω, pass. p. part. τεθραυσμένος,
    to break, shiver; met. shattered, crushed by cruel oppression,
	Lu. 4.18.
Θρέμμα, ατος, τό, (τρέφω)
    that which is reared; pl. cattle, Jno. 4.12.
Θρηνέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐθρήνησα,
    to lament, bewail, Mat. 11.17. Lu. 7.32. Jno. 16.20:
	from
Θρῆνος, ου, ὁ, (θρέομαι, to shriek)
    wailing, lamentation, Mat. 2.18.
Θρησκεία, ας, ἡ,
    religious worship, Col. 2.18; religion, a religious system,
	Ac. 26.5; religion, piety, Ja. 1.26, 27:
	from
Θρῆσκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    occupied with religious observances; in N.T., religious, devout,
	pious, Ja. 1.26.
Θριαμβεύω, (θρίαμβος, a hymn in hornour of Bacchus; a triumph)
    f. εύσω
    pr. to celebrate a triumph; trans. to lead in triumph,
	celebrate a triumph over, Col. 2.15; in N.T. to cause
	to triumph, 2 Co. 2.14. L.G.
Θρίξ, τρῐχός, ἡ,
    pl. αἱ τρίχες, dat. θριξί, the hair of the head,
	Mat. 5.36; 10.30, et al.; of an animal, Mat. 3.4. Mar. 1.6
Θροέω, ῶ, (θρόος, an uproar, fr. θρέομαι)
    to make a clamour to cry aloud; in N.T.,
	pass. to be disturbed, disquieted, alarmed, terrified,
	Mat. 24.6. Mar. 13.7. 2 Th. 2.2.
Θρόμβος, ου, ὁ,
    a lump; espec. a clot of blood, Lu. 22.44.
Θρόνος, ου, ὁ, (θράω, to set)
    a seat, a throne, Mat. 5.34; 19.28. Lu. 1.52;
	meton. power, dominion, Lu. 1.32. He. 1.8; a potentate,
	Col. 1.16, et al.
Θῠγάτηρ, τέρος, τρός,
    dat. τέρι, τρί, acc. τέρα, voc. θύγατερ, ἡ,
    a daughter, Mat. 9.18; 10.35, 37; in the vocative,
	an expression of affection and kindness, Mat. 9.22;
	fr. the Heb. one of the female posterity of any one,
	Lu. 1.5; met. a city, Mat. 21.5. Jno. 12.15;
	pl. female inhabitants, Lu. 23.28: (ᾰ)
	whence dimin.
Θυγάτριον, ίου, τό,
    a little daughter, female child, Mar. 5.23; 7.25.
Θύελλα, ης, ἡ, (θύω)
    a tempest, whirlwind, hurricane, He. 12.18.
Θύϊνος, η, ον,
    thyine, of θυΐα, thya, an aromatic everygreen tree,
	arbor vitœ, resembling the cedar, and found in Lybia,
	Re. 18.12. (ῐ).
Θυμίᾱμα, ατος, τό, (θυμιάω)
    incense, any odoriferous substance burnt in religious
	worship, Re. 5.8; 8.3, 4; 18.13; or, the act of burning
	incense, Lu. 1.10, 11.
Θυμιᾱτήριον, ίου, τό,
    a censer for burning incense, He. 9.4:
	from
Θυμιάω, ῶ, (θύω)
    f. άσω,
    to burn incense, Lu. 1.9.
Θυμομᾰχέω, ῶ, (θυμός & μάχομαι)
    f. ήσω,
    to wage war fiercely; to be warmly hostile to, be enraged
	against, Ac. 12.20. L.G.
Θῡμός, ου, ὁ, (θύω)
    pr. the soul, mind; hence, a strong passion or emotion
	of the mind; anger, wrath, Lu. 4.28. Ac. 19.28, et al.;
	pl. swellings of anger, 2 Co. 12.20. Ga. 5.20:
	whence
Θυμόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to provoke to anger; pass. to be angered, enraged,
	Mat. 2.16.
Θύρα, ας, ἡ,
    a door, gate, Mat. 6.6. Mar. 1.33; an entrance, Mat. 27.60,
	et al.; in N.T., met. an opening, occasion, opportunity,
	Ac. 14.27. 1 Co. 16.9, et al.; meton. a medium or means
	of entrance, Jno. 10.7, 9:
	whence
Θυρεός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a stone or other material employed to close a doorway,
	later, a large oblong shield, Ep. 6.16.
Θυρίς, ίδος, ἡ
    a small opening; a window, Ac. 20.9. 2 Co. 11.33.
Θυρωρός, οῦ, ὁ (θύρα & οὖρος, a keeper)
    a door-keeper, porter, Mar. 13.34. Jno. 10.3; 18.16, 17.
Θυσία, ας, ἡ, (θύω)
    sacrifice, act of sacrificing, He. 9.26; the thing sacrificed,
	a victim, Mat. 9.13; 12.7; the flesh of victims, eaten by
	the sacrificers, 1 Co. 10.18; in N.T., an offering or service
	to God, Phi. 4.18, et al.
Θυσιαστήριον, ίου, τό,
    an altar, Mat. 5.23, 24. Lu. 1.11, et al.; spc. the altar
	of burnt offering, Mat. 23.35. Lu. 11.51; meton. a class of
	sacrifices, He. 13.10: (S.)
	from
Θύω,
    f. θύσω, p. τεθῠκα, a.1. ἔθῡσα, pass. p. τέθυμαι, a.1. ἐτύθην,
    to offer; to kill in sacrifice, sacrefice, immolate,
	Ac. 14.13, 18, et al.; in N.T., to slaughter for food,
	Mat. 22.4, et al. (-ῠ in θύω, ῠ in ἐτύθην).
Θώραξ, ᾱκος, ὁ,
    a breastplate, armour for the body, consisting of two
	parts, one covering the breast and the other the back,
	Re. 9.9, 17. Ep. 6.14. 1 Th. 5.8.

Ι, ι, Ἰῶτα

Ἴᾱμα, ατος, το,
    healing, cure, 1 Co. 12.9, 28, 30:
	from
Ἰάομαι, ῶμαι,
    f. άσομαι, a.1. ἰᾱσάμην, p. pass. ἴᾱμαι, a.1. ἰάθην,
    to heal, cure, Mat. 8.8. Lu. 9.2; met. to heal spiritually,
	restore from a state of sin and condemnation, Mat. 13.15.
	He. 12.13, et al.:
	whence
Ἴᾱσις, εως, ἡ,
    healing, cure, Lu. 13.32. Ac. 4.22, 30.
Ἴασπις, ιδος, ἡ,
    jasper, a precious stone of various colours as purple,
	cerulean, green, &c. Re. 4.3; 21.11, 18, 19.
Ἰᾱτρος, οῦ, ὁ, (ἰάομαι)
    a physician, Mat. 9.12. Mar. 2.17; 5.26, et al.
Ἴδε, or ἰδέ, imperat. of εἶδον, used as an interj.,
    lo! behold! Jno. 11.36; 16.29; 19.4, 5, et al.
Ἰδέα, ας, ἡ, (ἰδεῖν)
    form; look, aspect, Mat. 28.3.
Ἴδιος, ια, ιον,
    one's own, Mar. 15.20. Jno. 7.18, et al.; due, proper,
	specially assigned, Ga. 6.9. 1 Ti. 2.6; 6.15. Tit. 1.3;
	also used in N.T. as a simple possessive, Eph. 5.22, et al.;
	τὰ ἴδια, one's home, household, people, Jno. 1.11; 16.32; 19.27;
	οἱ ἴδιοι, members of one's household, friends, Jno. 1.11.
	Ac. 24.23, et al.; ἰδίᾳ, adverbially, severally, respectively,
	1 Co. 12.11; κατ' ἰδίαν, adv. privately, aside, by one's self,
	alone, Mat. 14.13, 23, et al.;
	whence
Ἰδιώτης, ου, ὁ,
    pr. one in private life; one devoid of special learning
	or gifts, a plain person, Ac. 4.13. 1 Co. 14.16, 23, 24.
	2 Co. 11.6.
Ἰδού, varied in accent from ἰδοῦ,
    imperat. of εἰδόμην, a particle serving to call attention,
	lo! Mat. 1.23. Lu. 1.38. Ac. 8.36, et al. freq.
Ἰδρώς, ῶτος, ὁ, (ἶδος, sweat)
    sweat, Lu. 22.44.
Ἱερᾱτεία, ας, ἡ,
    priesthood, sacerdotal office, Lu. 1.9.
Ἱεράτευμα, ατος, τό,
    a priesthood; meton. a body of priests, 1 Pe. 2.5, 9: (S.)
	from
Ἱερατεύω,
    to officiate as a priest, perform sacred rites, Lu. 1.8:
	from
Ἱερεύς, έως, ὁ, (ἱερός)
    a priest, one who performs sacrificial rites, Mat. 8.4.
	Lu. 1.5. Jno. 1.19, et al.
Ἱερόθῡτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἱερός & θύω)
    offered in sacrifice, v.r. 1 Co. 10.28.
Ἱερόν, ου, ὁ (ἱερός)
    a temple, Mat. 4.5. Lu. 4.9. Ac. 19.27, et al.
Ἱεροπρεπής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (ἱερός & πρέπει)
    beseeming what is sacred; becoming holy persons, Tit. 2.3.
Ἱερός, ά, όν,
    hallowed; holy, divine, 2 Ti. 3.15; τὰ ἱερά, sacred rites,
	1 Co. 9.13. bis.
Ἰεροσολυμίτης, ου, ὁ,
    an inhabitant, of Ἰεροσόλυμα, v. Ἰερουσαλήμ, Jerusalem,
	Mar. 1.5. Jno. 7.25. (ῑτ).
Ἱεροσῡλέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to despoil temples, commit sacrilege, Ro. 2.22:
	from
Ἱερόσῡλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ (ἱερός & συλάω)
    one who despoils temples, commits sacrilege, Ac. 19.37.
Ἱερουργέω, ῶ, ἱερός & ἔργον)
    f. ήσω,
    to officiate as priest, perform sacred rites; in N.T.,
	to minister in a divine commission, Ro. 15.16. L.G.
Ἱερωσύνη, ης, ἡ, (ἱερεύς)
    priesthood, sacerdotal office, He. 7.11, 12, 14, 24. (ῡ).
Ἱησοῦς, οῦ, ὁ, (Heb. יהושוע contr. ישוע)
    a Saviour, Jesus, Mat. 1.21, 25; 2.1, et al. freq.;
	Joshua, Ac. 7.45. He. 4.8; Jesus, a Jewish Christian,
	Col. 4.11.
Ἱκᾰνός, ή, όν, (ἵκω, v. ἱκάνω, to arrive at, reach to)
    befitting; sufficient, enough, Lu. 22.38; ἱκανὸν ποιεῖν τινί,
	to satisfy, gratify, Mar. 15.15; τὸ ἱκανὸν λαμβάνειν, to take
	security or bail of any one, Ac. 17.9; of persons, adequate,
	competent, qualified, 2 Co. 2.16; fit, worthy, Mat. 3.11; 8.8;
	of number or quantity, considerable, large, great, much, and
	pl. many, Mat. 28.12. Mar. 10.46, et al.:
	whence
Ἱκανότης, τητος, ἡ,
    sufficiency, ability, fitness, qualification, 2 Co. 3.5.
Ἱκανόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἱκάνωσα,
    to make sufficient or competent, qualify, 2 Co. 3.6. Col. 1.12. L.G.
Ἱκετηρία, ας, ἡ, (fem. of ἱκετήριος, sc. ῥάβδος, fr. ἱκέτης, suppliant)
    pr. an olive branch, borne by suppliants in their hands;
	supplication, He. 5.7.
Ἰκμάς, άδος, ἡ,
    moisture, Lu. 8.6.
Ἱλᾰρός, ά, όν,
    cheerful, not grudging, 2 Co. 9.7. whence
Ἱλαρότης, τητος, ή,
    cheerfulness, Ro. 12.8. L.G.
Ἱλάσκομαι,
    f. ἱλάσομαι, a.1. ἱλάσθην,
    to appease, render propitious; in N.T., to expiate, make
	an atonement or expiation for, He. 2.17; ἱλάσθητι, be
	gracious, show mercy, pardon, Lu. 18.13:
	whence
Ἱλασμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    propitiation, expiation; one who makes expiation,
	1 Jno. 2.2; 4.10.
Ἱλαστήριος, α, ον, (ἱλάσκομαι)
    propitiatory; invested with propitiatory power,
	Ro. 3.25; in N.T. & S., τὸ ἱλαστήριον, the cover
	of the ark of the covenant, the mercy-seat,
	He. 9.5.
Ἵλεως, ων, ὁ, ἡ, (Att. for ἵλαος,)
    propitious, favorable, merciful, clement, He. 8.12;
	fr. the Heb. ἵλεως σοι (ὁ Θεός), God have mercy on thee,
	God forbid, far be it from thee, Mat. 16.22.
Ἰμάς, άντος, ὁ,
    a strap or thong of leather, Ac. 22.25; a shoe-latchet,
	Mar. 1.7. Lu. 3.16. Jno. 1.27.
Ἱματίζω,
    f. ίσω, p. pass. ἱμάτισμαι,
    to clothe; pass. to be clothed, Mar. 5.15. Lu. 8.35: (N.T.)
	from
Ἱμάτιον, ίου, τό, (ἕννυμι, εἷμα)
    a garment; the upper garment, mantle, Mat. 5.40; 9.16, 20, 21;
	pl. the mantle and tunic together, Mat. 26.65;
	pl. genr. garments, raiment, Mat. 11.8; 24.18, et al.
Ἱματισμός, οῦ, ὁ, (ἱματίζω)
    a garment; raiment, apparel, clothing, Lu. 7.25; 9.29,
	et al. L.G.
Ἱμείρω & ἱμείρομαι, (ἵμερος, desire)
    to desire earnestly; by impl. to have a strong affection
	for, love fervently, 1 Th. 2.8.
Ἵνα,
    conj. that, in order that, Mat. 19.13. Mar. 1.38.
	Jno. 1.22; 3.15; 17.1; ἵνα μή, that not, lest, Mat. 7.1;
	in N.T., equivalent to ὥστε, so that, so as that, Jno. 9.2,
	et al.; also, marking a simple circumstance, the circumstance
	that, Mat. 10.25. Jno. 4.34; 6.29. 1 Jno. 4.17; 5.3, et al.
Ἵνατι, (ἵνα & τί)
    adv. why is it that? wherefore? why? Mat. 9.4; 27.46, et al.
Ἰός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a missile, weapon, arrow, dart; venom, poison, Ro. 3.13.
	Ja. 3.8; rust, ærugo, Ja. 5.3.
Ἰουδαία, ας, ἡ (Ἰουδαῖος)
    Judea, Mat. 2.1, 5, 22; 3.1, et al.; meton. the inhabitants
	of Judea, Mat. 3.5.
Ἰουδαΐζω, (fr. same)
    f. ίσω,
    to judaise, live like a Jew, follow the manners and customs
	of the Jews, Ga. 2.14.
Ἰουδαϊκός, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    Jewish, current among the Jews, Tit. 1.14:
	whence
Ἰουδαϊκῶς,
    adv. Jewishly, in the manner of Jews, Ga. 2.14.
Ἰουδαῖος, αία, αῖον,
    Jewish, Mar. 1.5. Jno. 3.22. Ac. 16.1; 24.24.
Ἰουδαῖος, ου, ὁ (Heb. יהודי)
    pr. one sprung from the tribe of Judah, or a subject of
	the kingdom of Judah; in N.T., a descendant of Jacob, a
	Jew, Mat. 28.15. Mar. 1.3, Ac. 19.34. Ro. 2.28, 29, et al.
Ἰουδαϊσμος, ου, ὁ,
    Judaism, the character and condition of a Jew; practice
	of the Jewish religion, Ga. 1.13, 14.
Ἱππεύς, έως, ὁ (ἵππος)
    a horseman; pl. ἵππεις, horsemen, cavalry, Ac. 23.23, 32.
Ἱππικός, ή, όν,
    equestrian; τό ἱππικόν, cavalry, horse, Re. 9.16:
	from
Ἵππος, ου, ὁ
    a horse, Ja. 3.3. Re. 6.2, 4, 5, 8, et al.
Ἷρις, ἴριδος,
    a rainbow, iris, Re. 4.3; 10.1.
Ἰσάγγελος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἴσος & ἄγγελος)
    equal or similar to angels, Lu. 20.36. N.T.
Ἴσᾱσι,
    3 pl. of οἶδα, usually in N.T., οἴδασι, Ac. 26.4.
Ἴσος, η, ον,
    equal, like, Mat. 20.12. Lu. 6.34, et al.;
	neut. pl. ἴσα, adverbially, on an equality,
	Phi. 2.6; met. correspondent, consistent, Mar. 14.56, 59:
	whence
Ἰσότης, τητος, ἡ,
    equality, equal proportion, 2 Co. 8.13, 14; fairness,
	equity, what is equitable, Col. 4.1.
Ἰσότῑμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἴσος & τιμή)
    of equal price, equally precious or valuable, 2 Pe. 1.1.
Ἰσόψῡχος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ἴσος & ψυχή)
    like-minded, of the same mind and spirit, Phil. 2.20.
Ἰσραηλίτης, ου, ὁ,
    an Israelite, a descendant of Ἰσραήλ, Israel or Jacob,
	Jno. 1.48. Ac. 2.22, et al.
Ἵστημι, and in N.T. ἱστάω, ῶ,
    f. στήσω, a.1. ἕστησα,
    trans. to make to stand, set, place, Mat. 4.5, et al.; to set
	forth, appoint, Ac. 1.23; to fix, appoint, Ac. 17.31; to establish,
	confirm, Ro. 10.3. He. 10.9; to set down, impute, Ac. 7.60; to
	weigh out, pay, Mat. 26.15;
    intrans. p. ἕστηακα, inf. ἐστάναι, part. ἐστώς, plup. εἱστήκειν,
	a.2. ἕστην, pass. ἱσταμαι, f. σταθήσομαι, a.1. ἑστάθην (ᾰ),
	to stand, Mat. 12.46, et al.; to stand fast, be firm, be
	permanent, endure, Mat. 12.25. Eph. 6.13, et al.; to be confirmed,
	proved, Mat. 18.16. 2 Co. 13.1; to stop, Lu. 7.14; 8.44. Ac. 8.38,
	et al.
Ἱστορέω, ῶ, (ἵστωρ, knowing)
    f. ήσω,
    to ascertain by inquiry and examination; to inquire of;
	in N.T., to visit in order to become acquainted with, Ga. 1.18.
Ἰσχῡρός, ά, όν,
    strong, mighty, rebust, Mat. 12.29. Lu. 11.21; powerful,
	mighty, 1 Co. 1.27; 4.10. 1 Jno. 2.14; strong, fortified,
	Re. 18.18; vehement, Mat. 14.30; energetic, 2 Co. 10.10;
	sure, firm, He. 6.18, et al.:
	from
Ἰσχύς, ύος, ἡ
    strength, might, power, Re. 18.2. Eph. 1.19; faculty, ability,
	1 Pe. 4.11. Mar. 12.30, 33. Lu. 10.27:
	whence
Ἰσχύω,
    f. ύσω, a.1. ἴσχῡσα,
    to be strong, be well, be in good health, Mat. 9.12; to have
	power, be able, Mat. 8.28; 26.40; to have power or efficiency,
	avail, be valid, Ga. 5.6. He. 9.17; to be of service, be serviceable,
	Mat. 5.13; meton. to prevail, Ac. 19.16. Re. 12.8, et al. (ῡ).
Ἵσως, (ἴσος)
    adv. equally; perhaps, it may be that, Lu. 20.13.
Ἰταλικός, ή, όν,
    Italian, Ac. 10.1.
Ἰχθύδιον, ου, τό,
    a small fish, Mat. 15.34. Mar. 8.7: dimin. of
Ἰχθύς, ύος, ὁ,
    a fish, Mat. 15.36; 17.27. Lu. 5.6, et al.
Ἵχνος, εος, τό (ἵκω)
    a footstep, track; in N.T., pl. footsteps, line of conduct,
	Ro. 4.12. 2 Co. 12.18. 1 Pe. 2.21.
Ἰῶτα,
    indec. τό, iota; in N.T., used like Heb. יוד, the smallest
	letter in the Hebrew alphabet, as an expression for the least
	or minutest part; a jot, Mat. 5.18.

Κ, κ, Κάππα

Κἀγώ,
    contracted from καὶ εγω, dat. κἀμοί, accus. κἀμέ, καί retaining,
	however, its independent force, Jno. 6.58; 10.15, et al.
Καθά (καθ' ἅ)
    adv. lit.according to what; as according as, Mat. 27.10.
Καθαίρεσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. a taking down; a pulling down, overthrow, demolition,
	2 Co. 10.4; met. a razing as respects spiritual state, a
	counter process to religious advancement by apostolic
	instrumentality, 2 Co. 10.8; 13.10:
	from
Καθαιρέω, ῶ, (κατά & αἰρέω)
    ήσω, & καθελω, καθεῖλον,
    to take down, Mat. 15.36, 46. Lu. 23.53. Ac. 13.29;
	to pull down, demolish, Lu. 12.18; to throw or cast down,
	degrade, Lu. 1.52; to destroy, put an end to, Ac. 19.27;
	to overthrow, conquer, Ac. 13.19; to pull down, subvert,
	2 Co. 10.5.
Καθαίρω, (καθαρός)
    f. αρῶ, p. pass. κεκάθαρμαι,
    to cleanse from filth to clear by pruning, prune, Jno. 15.2;
	met. to cleanse, from sin, make expiation, He. 10.2.
Καθάπερ, (καθ' ἅ περ)
    adv. even as, just as, Ro. 4.6, et al.
Καθάπτω, (κατά & ἅπτω)
    f. ψω,
    trans. to fasten or fit to; in N.T., equivalent to καθάπτομαι,
	to fix one's self upon, fasten upon, Ac. 28.3.
Καθαρίζω,
    ίσω, & ιῶ, ἐκαθάρισα, a later equivalent to καθαίρω,
    to cleanse, render pure, Mat. 23.25. Lu. 11.39; to cleanse
	from leprosy, Mat. 8.2, 3; 10.8; met. to cleanse from sin,
	purify by an expiatory offering, make expiation for,
	He. 9.22, 23. 1 Jno. 1.7; to cleanse from sin, free from
	the influence of error and sin, Ac. 15.9. 2 Co. 7.1;
	to pronounce, ceremonially clean, Ac. 10.15; 11.9, et al.:
	whence
Καθαρισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    ceremonial cleansing, purification, Lu. 2.22. Jno. 2.6;
	mode of purification, Jno. 2.6; 3.35; cleansing of lepers,
	Mar. 1.44; met. expiation, He. 1.3. 2 Pe. 1.9, et al. L.G.
Κάθαρμα, ατος, τό, (καθαίρω)
    offscouring, filth; met. a mean and abject person,
	an outcast, 1 Co. 4.13.
Καθαρός, ά, όν,
    clean, pure, unsoiled, Mat. 23.26; 27.59; met. clean from
	guilt, guiltless, innocent, Ac. 18.6; 20.26; sincere,
	unfeigned, upright, virtuous, void of evil, Mat. 5.8; J
	no. 15.3; clean ceremonially, Lu. 11.41:
	whence
Καθαρότης, τητος, ἡ,
    cleanness, ceremonial purity, He. 9.13.
Καθέδρα, ας, ἡ, (κατά & ἕδρα)
    a seat, Mat. 21.12; 23.2. Mar. 11.15.
Καθέζομαι,
    f. καθεδοῦμαι,
    to seat one's self, sit down, Mat. 26.55. Lu. 2.46, et al.
Καθεῖς, (καθ' εἷς)
    one by one, one after another, 1 Co. 14.31. Ep. 5.33. N.T.
Καθεξῆς, (κατά & ἑξῆς)
    adv. in a continual order or series, successively,
	consecutively, Lu. 1.3. Ac. 11.4; 18.23; ὁ, ἡ, καθεξῆς,
	succeeding, subsequent, Lu. 8.1. Ac. 3.24. L.G.
Καθεύδω, (κατά & εὕδω, to sleep)
    f. ευδήσω,
    to sleep, be fast asleep, Mat. 8.24; 9.24, et al.;
	met. to be slothful, careless, secure, Ep. 5.14. 1 Th. 5.6;
	to sleep the sleep of death, 1 Th. 5.10.
Καθηγητής, οῦ, ὁ, (καθηγέομαι, to lead, conduct, fr. κατά & ἡγέομαι)
    pr. a guide, leader; in N.T., a teacher, instructor,
	Mat. 23.8, 10. L.G.
Καθήκω, (κατά & ἥκω)
    to reach, extend to; καθήκει, impers. it is fitting,
	meet, Ac. 22.22; τὸ καθῆκον, what is fit, right, duty;
	τὰ μὴ καθήκοντα, by litotes for what is abominable or
	detestable, Ro. 1.28.
Κάθημαι, (κατά & ἧμαι, to sit)
    2 per. κάθησαι & κάθῃ, imperat. κάθησο & κάθου,
    to sit, be sitting, Mat. 9.9; Lu. 10.13; to be seated,
	1 Co. 14.30; to dwell, Mat. 4.16. Lu. 1.79; 21.35, et al.
Καθημερινός, ή, όν, (καθ' ἡμέραν, daily)
    daily, day by day, Ac. 6.1. L.G.
Καθίζω,
    f. ίσω, p. κεκάθικα, a.1. ἐκάθισα,
    trans. to cause to sit, place; καθίζομαι, to be seated,
	sit, Mat. 19.28. Lu. 22.30; to cause to set as judges,
	place, appoint, 1 Co. 6.4;
    intrans. to sit, sit down, Mat. 13.48; 26.36; to remain,
	stay, continue, Lu. 24.49.
Καθίημι, (κατά & ἵημι)
    f. καθήσω, a.1. καθῆκα,
    to let down, lower, Lu. 5.19. Ac. 9.25; 10.11; 11.5.
Καθίστημι, and in N.T. καθιστάω, ῶ, (κατά & ἵστημι)
    f. καταστήσω, a.1. κατέστησα, a.1. pass. κατεστάθην, (ᾰ)
    to place, set, Ja. 3.6; to set, constitute, appoint,
	Mat. 24.45, 47. Lu. 12.14; to set down in a place, conduct,
	Ac. 17.15; to make, render, or cause to be, 2 Pe. 1.8;
	pass. to be rendered, Ro. 5.19.
Καθό, (καθ' ὅ)
    as, Ro. 8.26; according as, in proportion as,
	2 Co. 8.12. 1 Pe. 4.13.
Καθόλου, (καθ' ὅλου)
    on the whole, in general, altogether; and with a negative,
	not at all, Ac. 4.18.
Καθοπλίζω, (κατά & ὁπλίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to arm completely, Lu. 11.21.
Καθοράω, ῶ, (κατά & ὁράω)
    pr. to look down upon, in N.T., to mark, percieve,
	discern, Ro. 1.20.
Καθότι, (καθ' ὅτι)
    according as, in proportion as, Ac. 2.45; 4.35; inasmuch as,
	Lu. 1.7; 19.9. Ac. 2.24.
Καθώς, (κατά & ὡς)
    as, in the manner that, Mat. 21.6; 26.24;
	how, in what manner, Ac. 15.14;
	according as, Mar. 4.33;
	inasmuch as, Jno. 17.2;
	of time, when, Ac. 7.17. L.G.
Καί,
    conj., and Mat. 2.2, 3, 11; 4.22;
	καὶ—καὶ, both—and;
	as a cumulative particle, also, too, Mat. 5.39.
	Jno. 8.19. 1 Co. 11.6, et al.;
	emphatic, even, also, Mat. 10.30. 1 Co. 2.10, et al.;
	in N.T., adversative, but, Mat. 11.19, et al.;
	also introductory of the apodosis of a sentence,
	Ja. 2.4. Ga. 3.28.
Καίγε, (καί & γε)
    at least, were it only, Lu. 19.42;
	and even, yea too, Ac. 2.18. L.G.
Καινός, ή, όν,
    new, recently made, Mat. 9.17. Mar. 2.22;
	new in species, character, or mode,
	Mat. 26.28, 29. Mar. 14.24, 25.
	Lu. 22.20. Jno. 13.34. 2 Co. 5.17.
	Ga. 6.15. Eph. 2.15; 4.24.
	1 Jno. 2.7. Re. 3.12, et al.;
	novel, stange, Mar. 1.27. Ac. 17.19;
	new to the possessor, Mar. 1.27; Ac. 17.19;
	met. renovated, better, of higher excellence,
	2 Co. 5.17. Re. 5.9, et al.:
	whence
Καινότερος, α, ον,
    pr. comparat. of preced., newer, more recent; but used
	for the positive, new, novel, Ac. 17.21.
Καινότης, τητος, ἡ,
    newness, Ro. 6.4; 7.6.
Καίπερ, (καί & περ)
    though, although, Phi. 3.4. Re. 17.8, et al.
Καιρός, οῦ, ὁ,
    pr. fitness, proportion, suitableness; a fitting situation,
	suitable place, 1 Pe. 4.17; a limited period of time marked
	by a suitableness of circumstances, a fitting season,
	1 Co. 4.5. 1 Ti. 2.6; 6.15. Tit. 1.3; opportunity, Ac. 24.25.
	Ga. 6.10. He. 11.15; a limited period of time distinguished
	by characteristic circumstances, a signal juncture, a marked
	season, Mat. 16.3. Lu. 12.56; 21.8. 1 Pe. 1.11, et al.; a
	destined time, Mat. 8.29; 26.18. Mar. 1.15. Lu. 21.24.
	1 Th. 5.1, et al.; a season in ordinary succession, equivalent
	to ὥρα, Mat. 13.30. Ac. 14.17, et al.; in N.T., a limited time,
	a short season, Lu. 4.13, et al.; simply, a point of time,
	Mat. 11.24. Lu. 13.1, et al.
Καίτοι, (καί & enclit. τοι)
    and yet, though, although, He. 4.3.
Καίτοιγε, (καίτοι & γε)
    although, indeed, Jno. 4.2. Ac. 14.17; 17.27.
Καίω,
    f. καύσω, pass. a.1. ἐκαύθην,
    to cause to burn, kindle, light, Mat. 5.15; pass. to be
	kindled, burn, flame, Lu. 12.35; met. to be kindled into
	emotion, Lu. 24.32; to consume with fire, Jno. 15.6. 1 Co. 13.3.
Κἀκεῖ, (by crasis for καί ἐκεῖ)
    and there, Mat. 5.23; 10.11; there also, Mar. 1.38; thither
	also, Ac. 17.13, et al.
Κἀκεῖθεν, (by crasis for καί ἐκεῖθεν)
    and thence, Mar. 10.1. Ac. 7.4; 14.26; 20.15; 21.1; 27.4, 12; 28.15;
	and then, afterwards, Ac. 13.21.
Κἀκεῖνος, είνη, εῖνο, (by crasis for καί ἐκεῖνος)
    and he, she, it; and this, and that, Mat. 15.18; 23.23;
	he, she, it also; this also, that also, Mat. 20.4.
Κακία, ας, ἡ (κακός)
    malice, malignity, Ro. 1.29. Ep. 4.31; wickedness, depravity,
	Ac. 8.22. 1 Co. 5.8; in N.T., evil, trouble, calamity, Mat. 6.34.
Κακοήθεια, ας, ἡ, (κακός & ἦθος)
    disposition for mischief, malignity, Ro. 1.29.
Κακολογέω, ῶ, κακός & λέγω)
    f. ησω,
    to speak evil of, revile, abuse, assail with reproaches,
	Mar. 9.39. Ac. 19.9; to address with offensive language,
	to treat with disrespect, contemn, Mat. 15.4. Mar. 7.10.
Κακοπάθεια, ας, ἡ,
    a state of suffering, affliction, trouble; in N.T.,
	enduraance in affliction, Ja. 5.10.
Κακοπᾰθέω, ῶ, (κακός & πάσχω)
    f. ήσω,
    to suffer evil or afflictions, 2 Ti. 2.9; to be vexed,
	troubled, dejected, Ja. 5.18; in N.T., to show endurance
	in trials and afflictions, 2 Ti. 2.3.
Κακοποιέω, ῶ, κακός & ποιέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to cause evil, injure, do harm, Mar. 3.4. Lu. 6.9; to do evil,
	commit sin, 1 Pe. 3.17.
Κακοποιός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, (fr. same)
    an evil-doer, 1 Pe. 2.12, et al.; a malefactor,
	cirminal, Jno. 18.30.
Κακός, ή, όν,
    bad, of a bad quality or disposition, worthless, corrupt,
	depraved, Mat. 21.41; 24.48. Mar. 7.21; wicked, criminal,
	morally bad; τὸ κακόν, evil, wickedness, crime, Mat. 27.23.
	Ac. 23.9 malediction, 1 Pe. 3.10; mischievous, harmful,
	baneful; τὸ κακόν, evil, mischief, harm, injury, Tit. 1.12;
	afflictive, τὸ κακόν, evil, misery, affliction, suffering,
	Lu. 16.25.
Κακοῦργος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (κακός & ἔργον)
    an evil-doer, malefactor, criminal, Lu. 23.32, 33, 39.
	2 Ti. 2.9.
Κακουχέω, ῶ, (κακός & ἔχω)
    to maltreat, afflict, harass; pass. to be afflicted,
	be oppressed with evils, He. 11.37; 13.3.
Κακόω, ῶ, (κακός)
    f. ώσω, a.l. ἐκάκωσα,
    to maltreat, cause evil to, oppress, Ac. 7.6, 19; 12.1; 18.10.
	1 Pe. 3.13; in N.T., to disaffect, cause to be evil affected,
	Ac. 14.2.
Κακῶς, (fr. same)
    adv. ill, badly; physically ill, sick, Mat. 4.24; 8.16, et al.;
	grievously, vehemently, Mat. 15.22; wretchedly, miserably,
	Mat. 21.41; wickedly, reproachfully, Ac. 23.5; wrongly,
	criminally, Jno. 18.23; amiss, Ja. 4.3.
Κάκωσις, εως, ἡ, κακόω
    ill-treatment, affliction, misery, Ac. 7.34.
Καλάμη, ης, ἡ,
    the stalk of grain, straw, stubble, 1 Co. 3.12. (ᾰ).
Κάλᾰμος, ου, ὁ,
    a reed, a cane, Mat. 11.7; 12.20. Lu. 7.24; a reed in its
	various applicances; as, a wand, a staff, Mat. 27.29, 30, 48.
	Mar. 15.19, 36; a measuring rod, Re. 11.1; a writer's reed,
	3 Jno. 13.
Καλέω, ῶ,
    f. έσω, p. κέκληκα, a.l. ἐκάλεσα, p. pass. κέκλημαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐκλήθην,
    to call, call to, Jno. 10.3;
	to call into one's presence, send for a person, Mat. 2.7;
	to summon, Mat. 2.15; 25.14, et al.;
	to invite, Mat. 22.9, et al.;
	to call to the performance of a certain thing,
	Mat. 9.13. He. 1.8, et al.;
	to call to a participation in the privileges of the Gospel,
	Ro. 8.30; 9.24. 1 Co. 1.9; 7.18, et al.;
	to call to an office or dignity, He. 5.4;
	to name, style, Mat. 1.21, et al.;
	pass. to be styled, regarded, Mat. 5.9, 19, et al.
Καλλιέλαιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (κάλλος & ἔλαιον)
    pr. adj. productive of good oil; as subst. a cultivated olive-tree,
	Ro. 11.24.
Καλλίων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, (comp. of καλός)
    better; neut. κάλλῑον, as an adv. full well, Ac. 25.10.
Καλοδιδάσκᾰλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (καλός & διδάσκαλος)
    teachng what is good, a teacher of good, Tit. 2.3. N.T.
Καλοποιέω, ῶ (καλός & ποιέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to do well, do good, 2 Th. 3.13. S.
Καλός, ή, όν,
    pr. beautiful; good, of good quality or disposition; fertile,
	rich, Mat. 13.8, 23; useful, profitable, Lu. 14.34; καλόν ἐστι,
	it is profitable; it is well, Mat. 18.8, 9;excellent, choice,
	select, goodly, Mat. 7.17, 19; καλόν ἐστι, it is pleasant,
	delightful, Mat. 17.4; just, full measure, Lu. 6.38; honourable,
	distinguished, Ja. 2.7; good, possessing moral excellence,
	worthy, upright, virtuous, Jno. 10.11, 14. 1 Ti. 4.6;
	τὸ καλὸν & τὸ καλὸν ἔργον, what is good and right, a good deed,
	rectitude, virture, Mat. 5.16. Ro. 7.18, 21; right, duty, propriety,
	Mat. 15.26; benefit, favour, Jno. 10.32, 33, et al.
Κάλυμμα, ατος, τό,
    a covering; a veil, 2 Co. 3.13; met. a veil, a blind to
	spiritual vision, 2 Co. 3.14, 15, 16:
	from
Καλύπτω,
    f. ψω, a.1. ἐκάλυψα, p. pass. κεκάλυμμαι,
    to cover, Mat. 8.24. Lu. 8.16; 23.30; to hide, conceal,
	Mat. 10.26. 2 Co. 4.3; met. to cover, throw a veil over,
	consign to oblivion, Ja. 5.20. 1 Pe. 4.8.
Καλῶς,
    adv. well, rightly, suitably, with propriety, becomingly,
	1 Co. 7.37; 14.17. Ga. 4.17; 5.7, et al.; truly, justly,
	corrrectly, Mar. 12.32. Lu. 20.39. Jno. 4.17, et al.;
	appositely, Mat. 15.7. Mar. 7.6; becomingly, honourably,
	Ja. 2.3; well, effectually, Mar. 7.9, 37, et al.; καλῶς εἰπεῖν,
	to speak well, praise, applaud, Lu. 6.26; καλῶς ἔχειν,
	to be convalescent, Mar. 16.18; καλῶς ποιεῖν, to do good,
	confer benefits, Mat. 5.44; 12.12; to do well, act virtuously,
	Phi. 4.14, et al.
Κἀμέ, (καὶ ἐμέ)
    see κἀγώ.
Κάμνλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (Heb. גמל)
    a camel, Mat. 3.4; 23.34, et al.
Κάμῑνος, ου, ἡ,
    a furnace, oven, kiln, Mat. 13.42, 50. Re. 1.15; 9.2.
Καμμύω, (contr. for καταμύω, fr. κατά & μύω)
    f. ύσω, a.1. ἐκάμμῠσα,
    to shut, close the eyes, Mat. 13.15. Ac. 28.27.
Κάμνω,
    f. καμοῦμαι, p. κέκμηκα, a.2. ἔκᾰμον,
    pr. to tire with exertion, labour to weariness; to be wearied,
	tried out, exhausted, He. 12.3. Re. 2.3; to labour under disease,
	be sick, Ja. 5.15.
Κἀμοί, (καὶ ἐμοί)
    see κἀγώ.
Κάμπτω,
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔκαμψα,
    trans. to bend, inflect, the knee, Ro. 11.4. Ep. 3.14;
	intrans. to bend, bow, Ro. 14.11. Phi. 2.10.
Κἄν, (by crasis καὶ ἐάν)
    and if, Mar. 16.18; also if, Mat. 21.21; even if, if even,
	although, Jno. 10.38; if so much as, He. 12.20; also in N.T.,
	simply equivalent to καί as a particle of emphasis, by a
	pleonasm of ἄν, at least, at all events, Mar. 6.56. Ac. 5.15.
	2 Co. 11.16.
Κανανίτης, ου, ὁ, (Aram. קנאן, fr. Heb. קנא, to be zealous)
    Canaanite, i.q. ζηλωτής, zealot, Mat. 10.4. Mar. 3.18; coll.
	Lu. 6.15, & Ac. 1.13.
Κανών, ονος, ὁ, (κάννα v. κάνη, a cane)
    a measure, rule; in N.T., prescribed range of action or
	duty, 2 Co. 10.13, 15, 16; met. rule of conduct or doctrine,
	Ga. 6.16. Phil. 3.16.
Καπηλεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    (pr. to be κάπηλος, a retailer, huckster; and, as these
	persons had the reputation of increasing their profits by
	adulteration, hence,) in N.T., to corrupt, adulterate,
	2 Co. 2.17.
Καπνός, οῦ, ὁ,
    smoke, Ac. 2.19. Re. 8.4, et al.
Καρδία, ας, ἡ, (κέαρ, idem)
    the heart; the heart, regarded as the seat of feelings,
	impulse, affection, desire, Mat. 6.21; 22.37. Phil. 1.7, et al.;
	the heart, as the seat of intellect, Mat. 13.15. Ro. 1.21, et al.;
	the heart, as the inner and mental frame, Mat. 5.8. Lu. 16.15.
	1 Pe. 3.4, et al.; the conscience, 1 Jno. 3.20, 21; the heart,
	the inner part, middle, centre, Mat. 12.40, et al.
Καρδιογνώστης, ου, ὁ, (καρδία & γινώσκω)
    heart-knower, searcher of hearts, Ac. 1.24; 15.8. N.T.
Καρπός, οῦ, ὁ,
    fruit, Mat. 3.10; 21.19, 34; fr. the Heb. καρπὸς κοιλίας,
	fruit of the womb, offspring, Lu. 1.42; καρπὸς ὀσφύος, fruit
	of the loins, offspring, posterity, Ac. 2.30; καρπὸς χειλέων,
	fruit of the lips, praise, He. 13.15; met. conduct, actions,
	Mat. 3.8; 7.16. Ro. 6.22; benefit, profit, emolument,
	Ro. 1.13; 6.21; reward, Phi. 4.17, et al.
Καρποφορέω, ῶ, (καρπός & φορέω, fr. φέρω
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐκαρποφόρησα,
    to bear fruit, yield, Mar. 4.28; met. to bring forth or
	exhibit actions or conduct, Mat. 13.23. Ro. 7.5; mid.
	to expand by fruitfulness, to develop itself by success,
	Col. 1.6.
Καρποφόρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (fr. same)
    fruitful, adapted to bring forth fruit, Ac. 14.17.
Καρτερέω, ῶ, (καρτερός, by metath. fr. κράτος)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐκαρτέρησα,
    to be stout; to endure patiently, bear up with fortitude,
	He. 11.27.
Κάρφος, εος, τό, (κάρφω, to shrivel)
    any small dry thing, as chaff, stubble, splinter, mote, &c.;
	Mat. 7.3, 4.5. Lu. 6.41, 42.
Κατά,
    prep., with a genitive, down from, adown, Mat. 8.32;
	down upon, upon, Mar. 14.3. Ac. 27.14; down into;
	κατὰ βάθους, profound, deepest, 2 Co. 8.2; down over,
	throughout a space, Lu. 4.14; 23.5; concerning, in cases
	of pointed allegation, 1 Co. 15.15; against, Mat. 12.30,
	et al.; by, in oaths, Mat. 26.63, at al.;
    with an accusative, of place, in the quarter of; about,
	near, at, Lu. 10.32. Ac. 2.10; throughout, Lu. 8.39; in,
	Ro. 16.5; among, Ac. 21.21; in the presence of, Lu. 2.31;
	in the direction of, towards, Ac. 8.26. Phi. 3.14; of time,
	within the range of; during, in the course of, at, about,
	Ac. 21.1; 27.27; distributively, κατ' οἶκον, by houses,
	from house to house, Ac. 2.46; κατὰ δύο, two and two,
	1 Co. 14.27; καθ' ἡμέραν, daily, Mat. 26.55, et al.;
	trop., according to, conformably to, in proportion to,
	Mat. 9.29; 25.15; after the fashion or likeness of,
	He. 5.6; in virtue of, Mat. 19.3; as respects, Ro. 1.3.
	Ac. 25.14. He. 9.9.
καταβαίνω, (κατά & βαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι, a.2. κατέβην, imperat. κατάβηθι, & κατάβα,
	p. καταβέβηκα,
    to come or go down, descend, Mat. 8.1; 17.9; to lead down,
	Ac. 8.26; to come down, fall, Mat. 7.25, 27, et al.; to be
	let down, Ac. 10.11; 11.5.
Καταβάλλω, (κατά & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ,
    to cast down, Re. 12.10; to prostrate, 2 Co. 4.9; mid. to
	lay down, lay as foundation, He. 6.1.
Καταβαρέω, ῶ, (κατά & βαρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to weigh down; met. to burden, be burdensome to,
	2 Co. 12.16. L.G.
Καταβαρύνω, (κατά & βαρύνω)
    f. υνῶ,
    to weigh down, oppress; pass. to be weighted down by sleep,
	by drowsy, v.r. Mar. 14.40.
Κατάβᾰσις, εως, ἡ, (καταβαίνω)
    the act of descending; a way down, descent, Lu. 19.37.
Καταβιβάζω, (κατά & βιβάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to cause to descend, bring or thrust down, Mat. 11.23. Lu. 10.15.
Καταβολή, ῆς, ἡ, (καταβάλλω)
    pr. a casting down; laying the foundation, foundation;
	beginning, commencement, Mat. 13.35; 25.34, et al.;
	conception in the womb, He. 11.11.
Καταβραβεύω, (κατά & βραβεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    pr. to give an unfavourable decision as respects a prize,
	to disappoint of the palm; hence, to beguile of, cause to
	miss, Col. 2.18.
Καταγγελεύς, έως, ὁ,
    one who announces any thing, a proclaimer, publisher,
	Ac. 17.18: equivalent to κατάγγελος. N.T.
Καταγγέλλω, (κατά & ἀγγέλλω)
    f. γελῶ, a.2. κατηγγέλην,
    to announce, proclaim, Ac. 13.38; in N.T., to laud,
	celebrate, Ro. 1.8. 1 Co. 11.26; to set forth, teach,
	inculcate, preach, Ac. 4.2; 13.5, et al.
Καταγελάω, ῶ, (κατά & γελάω)
    f. άσω, άσομαι,
    to deride, jeer, Mat. 9.24. Mar. 5.40. Lu. 8.53.
Καταγινώσκω, (κατά & γινώσκω)
    f. γνώσομαι,
    to determine against, condemn, blame, reprehend,
	Ga. 2.11. 1 Jno. 3.20, 21.
Κατάγνυμι, v. -ύω, (κατά & ἄγνυμι, to break)
    f. κατάξω, & κατεάξω, a.1. κατέαξα, a.2. pass. κατεάγην (ᾱ),
	subj. κατεαγῶ,
    to break in pieces, crush, break in two, Mat. 12.20.
	Jno. 19.31, 32, 33.
Κατάγω, (κατά & ἄγω)
    f. ξω, a.2. κατήγαγον,
    to lead, bring, or conduct down, Ac. 9.30; 22.30; 23.15, 20, 28;
	to bring a ship to land; pass. κατάγομαι, a.1. κατήχθην,
	to come to land, land, touch, Lu. 5.11, et al.
Καταγωνίζομαι, (κατά & ἀγωνίζομαι)
    f. ίσομαι a.1 κατηγωνισάμην,
    to subdue, vanquish, conquer, He. 11.33. L.G.
Καταδέω, (κατά & δέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to bind down; to bandage a wound, Lu. 10.34.
Κατάδηλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (κατά & δῆλος)
    quite manifest or evident, He. 7.15.
Καταδικάζω, (κατά & δικάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to give judgement against, condemn, Mat. 12.7, 37.
	Lu. 6.37. Ja. 5.6.
Καταδίκη, ης, ἡ, (κατά & δίκη)
    condemnation, sentence of condemnation, v.r. Ac. 25.15.
Καταδιώκω, (κατά & διώκω)
    f. ξω,
    to follow hard upon; to track, follow perseveringly, Mar. 1.36.
Καταδουλόω, ῶ (κατά & δουλόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to reduce to absolute servitude, make a slave of, 2 Co. 11.20.
Καταδυναστεύω, (κατά & δυναστεύω, to rule, reign)
    f. εύσω,
    to tyrannise over, oppress, Ac. 10.38. Ja. 2.6.
Κατάθεμα, ατος, τό, (κατατίθημι)
    an execration, curse, by meton. what is worthy of execration,
	i.q. κατανάθεμα, v.r. Re. 22.3: (N.T.)
	whence
Καταθεματίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to curse, v.r. Mat. 26.74. N.T.
Καταισχύνω, (κατά & αἰσχύνω)
    f. υνῶ,
    to shame, put to shame, put to the blush, 1 Co. 1.27;
	pass. to be ashamed, be put to the blush, Lu. 13.17;
	to dishonour, disgrace, 1 Co. 11.4, 5; fr. the Heb. to frustrate,
	disappoint, Ro. 5.5; 9.33.
Κατακαίω, (κατά & καίω)
    f. καύσω, a.2. pass. κατεκάην,
    to burn up, consume with fire, Mat. 3.12; 13.30, 40, et al.
Κατακαλύπτομαι, (mid of κατακαλύπτω, to veil, fr. κατά & καλύπτω)
    to veil one's self, to be veiled or covered, 1 Co. 11.6, 7.)
Κατακαυχάομαι, ῶμαι,(κατά & καυχάομαι)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to vaunt one's self against, to glory over, to assume
	superiority over, Ro. 11.18. Ja. 2.13; 3.14. S.
Κατάκειμαι, (κατά & κεῖμαι)
    f. είσομαι,
    to lie, be in a recumbent posture, be laid down, Mar. 1.30; 2.4;
	to recline at table, Mar. 2.15; 14.3, et al.
Κατακλάω, ῶ, (κατά & κλάω)
    f. άσω, a.1. κατέκλᾰσα,
    to break, break in pieces, Mar. 6.41. Lu. 9.16.
Κατακλείω, (κατά & κλείω)
    f. είσω,
    to close, shut fast; to shut up, confine, Lu. 3.20. Ac. 26.10.
Κατακληροδοτέω, ῶ, (κατά, κλῆρος, & δίδωμι
    f. ήσω,
    to divide out by lot, distribute by lot, Ac. 13.19. S.
Κατακληρονομέω, ῶ, (κατά, κλῆρος, & νέμω, to distribute)
    same a preceding, for which it is a v.r.
Κατακλίνω, (ῑ), (κατά & κλίνω)
    f. ινῶ, a.1. κατέκλῑνα, a.1. pass. κατεκλίθην (ῐ),
    to cause to lie down, cause to recline at table, Lu. 9.14;
	mid. to lie down, recline, Lu. 14.8; 24.30.
Κατακλύζω, (κατά & κλύζω, to lave, wash)
    f. ύσω, a.1. pass. κατεκλύσθην,
    to inundate, deluge, 2 Pe. 3.6:
	whence
Κατακλυσμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    an inundation, deluge, Mat. 24.38, 39, et al.
Κατακολουθέω, ῶ (κατά & ἀκολουθέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to follow closely or earnestly, Lu. 23.55. Ac. 16.17
Κατακόπτω, (κατά & κόπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to cut or dash in pieces; to mangle, wound, Mar. 5.5.
Κατακρημνίζω, (κατά & κρημνός, a precipice)
    f. ίσω,
    to cast down headlong, precipitate, Lu. 4.29.
Κατάκρῐμα, ατος, τό,
    condemnation, condemnatory sentence, Ro. 5.16, 18; 8.1: (L.G.)
	from
Κατακρίνω, (ῑ), (κατά & κρίνω)
    f. ινῶ, a.1. κατέκρῑνα, p. pass. κατακέκρῐμαι,
	a.1. pass. κατεκρίθην (ῐ),
    to give judgment against, condemn, Mat. 27.3 Jno. 8.10, 11, et al.;
	to condemn, to place in a guilty light by contrast, Mat. 12.41, 42.
	Lu. 11.31, 32. He. 11.7:
	whence
Κατάκρῐσις, εως, ἡ,
    condemnation, 2 Co. 3.9; censure, 2 Co. 7.3. S.
Κατακυριεύω, (κατά & κυριεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to get into one's power; in N.T., to bring under, master,
	overcome, Ac. 19.16; to domineer over, Mat. 20.25, et al. L.G.
Καταλᾰλέω, ῶ, (κατά & λαλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to blab out; to speak against, calumniate, Ja. 4.11. 1 Pe. 2.12; 3.16:
	whence
Καταλαλία, ας, ἡ
    evil-speaking, detraction, backbiting, calumny, 2 Co. 12.20.
	1 Pe. 2.1. S.
Κατάλᾰλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    slanderous, a detractor, calumniator, Ro. 1.30. N.T.
Καταλαμβάνω, (κατά & λαμβάνω)
    f. λύψομαι, a.2. κατέλᾰβον,
    to lay hold of, grasp; to obtain, attain, Ro. 9.30. 1 Co. 9.24;
	to seize, take possesssion of, Mar. 9.18; to come suddenly upon,
	overtake, surprise, Jno. 12.35; to deprehend, detect in the act,
	seize, Jno. 8.3, 4; met. to comprehend, apprehend, Jno. 1.5;
	mid. to understand, perceive, Ac. 4.13; 10.34, et al.
Καταλέγω, (κατά & λέγω)
    f. ξω,
    to select; to reckon in a number, enter in a list or catalogue,
	enrol. 1 Ti. 5.9.
Κατάλειμμα, ατος, τό,
    a remnant, a small residue, Ro. 9.27: (L.G.)from
Καταλείπω, (κατά & λείπω)
    f. ψω, a.2 κατέλῐπον,
    to leave behind; to leave behind at death, Mar. 12.19; to
	relinquish, let remain, Mar. 14.52; to quit, depart from,
	forsake, Mat. 4.13; 16.4; to neglect, Ac. 6.2; to leave alone,
	or without assistance, Lu. 10.40; to reserve, Ro. 11.4.
Καταλιθάζω, (κατά & λιθάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to stone, kill by stoning, Lu. 20.6. S.
Καταλλᾰγή, ῆς, ἡ,
    pr. an exchange; reconciliation, restoration to favour,
	Ro. 5.11; 11.15. 2 Co. 5.18, 19:
	from
Καταλλάσσω, (κατά & ἀλλάσσω)
    f. άξω, a.2. pass. κατηλλάγην (ᾰ),
    to change, exchange; to reconcile; pass. to be reconciled,
	Ro. 5.10. 1 Co. 7.11. 2 Co. 5.18-20.
Κατάλοιπος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (καταλείπω)
    remaining; οἱ κατάλοιποι, the rest, Ac. 15.17.
Κατάλῠμα, ατος, τό,
    a lodging, inn, khan, Lu. 2.7; a guest-chamber, cœnaculum,
	Mar. 14.14. Lu. 22.11: (L.G.)
	from
Καταλύω (ῡ), (κατά & λύω)
    f. ύσω, a.1. pass. κατελύθην (ῠ),
    to dissolve; to destroy, demolish, overthrow, throw down,
	Mat. 24.2; 26.61; met. to nullify, abrogate, Mat. 5.17.
	Ac. 5.38, 39, et al.; intrans. to unloose harness, &c.,
	to halt, to stop for the night, lodge, Lu. 9.12.
Καταμανθάνω, (κατά & μανθάνω)
    f. μαθήσομαι, a.2. κατέμᾰθον,
    to learn or observe thoroughly; to consider accurately and
	diligently, contemplate, mark, Mat. 6.28.
Καταμαρτῠρέω, ῶ, (κατά & μαρτυρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to witness or testify against, Mat. 26.62; 27.13, et al.
Καταμένω, (κατά & μένω)
    f. ενῶ,
    to remain; to abide, dwell, Ac. 1.13.
Καταμόνας, (κατά & μόνος)
    alone, apart, in private, Mar. 4.10. Lu. 9.18.
Κατανάθεμα, ατος, τό, (κατά & ἀνάθεμα)
    a curse, execration; meton. one accursed, execrable,
	Re. 22.3: (N.T.)
	whence
Καταναθεματίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to curse, Mat. 26.74. N.T.
Κατανᾱλίσκω, (κατά & ἀναλίσκω)
    f. λώσω,
    to consume, as fire, He. 12.29.
Καταναρκάω, ῶ,(κατά & ναρκάω, to grow torpid)
    f. ήσω,
    in N.T., to be torpid to the disadvantage of any one,
	to be a dead weight upon; by impl. to be troublesome,
	burdensome to, in respect of maintenance,
	2 Co. 11.9; 12.13, 14.
Κατανεύω, (κατά & νεύω)
    f. εύσομαι,
    pr. to nod, signify assent by a nod; genr. to make signs,
	beckon, Lu. 5.7.
Κατανοέω, ῶ (κατά & νοέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to perceive, understand, apprehend, Lu. 20.23;
	to observe, mark, contemplate, Lu. 12.24, 27;
	to discern, descry, Mat. 7.3;
	to have regard to, make account of, Ro. 4.19.
Καταντάω, ῶ, (κατά & ἀντάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to come to, arrive at, Ac. 16.1; 20.15;
	of an epoch, to come upon, 1 Co. 10.11;
	met. to reach, attain to, Ac. 26.7, et al. L.G.
Κατάνυξις, εως, ἡ,
    in N.T., deep sleep, stupor, dulness, Ro. 11.8. S.
Κατανύσσω, (κατά & νύσσω)
    f. ξω, a.2. pass. κατενύγην,
    to pierce through; to pierce with compunction and
	pain of heart, Ac. 2.37.
Καταξιόω, ῶ (κατά & ἀξιόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to account worthy of, Lu. 20.35; 21.36. Ac. 5.41. 2 Th. 1.5.
Καταπᾰτέω, ῶ, (κατά & πατέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to trample upon, tread down or under feet,
	Mat. 5.13; 7.6 Lu. 8.5; 12.1;
	met. to treat with contumely, spurn, He. 10.29.
Κατάπαυσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. the act of giving rest; a state of settled cessation or
	rest, He. 3.11, 18; 4.3, 11, et al.; a place of rest,
	place of abode, dwelling, habitation, Ac. 7.49:
	from
Καταπαύω, (κατά & παύω)
    f. αύσω,
    to cause to cease, restrain, Ac. 14.18; to cause to rest,
	give rest to, introduce into a permanent settlement,
	He. 4.8; intrans. to rest, desist from, He. 4.4, 10.
Καταπέτασμα, ατος, τό, (καταπετάννυμι, to expand)
    a veil, curtain, Mat. 27.51. Mar. 15.38. Lu. 23.45.
	He. 6.19; 10.20. S.
Καταπίνω, (κατά & πίνω)
    f. πίομαι, a.2. κατέπῐον, a.1. pass. κατεπόθην,
    to drink, swallow, gulp down, Mat. 23.24;
	to swallow up, absorb, Re. 12.16. 2 Co. 5.4;
	to ingulf, submerge, overwhelm, He. 11.29;
	to swallow greedily, devour, 1 Pe. 5.8;
	to distroy, annihilate, 1 Co. 15.54. 2 Co. 2.7.
Καταπίπτω, (κατά & πίπτω)
    f. πεσοῦμαι, a.2. κατέπεσον, p. πέπτωκα,
    to fall down, fall prostrate, Ac. 26.14; 28.6.
Καταπλέω, (κατά & πλέω)
    f. εύσομαι, a.1. κατέπλευσα,
    to sail towards land, to come to land, Lu. 8.26.
Καταπονέω, ῶ, (κατά & πονέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to exhaust by labour or suffering; to weary out, 2 Pe. 2.7;
	to overpower, oppress, Ac. 7.24.
Καταποντίζω, (κατά & ποντίζω, to sink, fr. πόντος)
    f. ίσω,
    to sink in the sea; pass. to sink, Mat. 14.30; to be plunged,
	submerged, Mat. 18.6
Κατάρα, ας, ἡ, (κατά & ἀρά)
    a cursing, execration, imprecation, Ja. 3.10. fr. the Heb.
	condemnation, doom, Ga. 3.10, 13. 2 Pe. 2.14; meton. a doomed
	one, one on whom condemation falls, Ga. 3.13: (ᾰρ)
	whence
Καταράομαι, ῶμαι,
    f. άσομαι, a.1. κατηρᾱσάμην, in N.T., p. pass. part. κατηραμένος,
    to curse, to wish evil to, imprecate evil upon, Mat. 5.44.
	Mar. 11.21, et al.; in N.T., pass. to be doomed, Mat. 25.41.
Καταργέω, ῶ, (κατά & ἀργός)
    f. ήσω, p. κατήργηκα, a.1. κατήργησα, p. pass. κατήργημαι,
	a.1. pass. κατηργήθην,
    to render useless or unproductive, occupy unprofitably,
	Lu. 13.7; to render powerless, Ro. 6.6; to make empty and
	unmeaning, Ro. 4.14; to render null, to abrogate, cancel,
	Ro. 3.3, 31. Eph 2.15, et al.; to bring to an end,
	1 Co. 2.6; 13.8; 15.24, 26. 2 Co. 3.7, et al.; to destroy,
	annihilate, 2 Th. 2.8. He. 2.14; to free from, diserver
	from, Ro. 7.2, 6. Ga. 5.4.
Καταριθμέω, ῶ, (κατά & ἀριθμέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to enumerate, number with, count with, Ac. 1.17.
Καταρτίζω, (κατά & ἀρτίζω)
    f. ίσω, a.1. κατήρτισα,
    to adjust thoroughly; to knit together, unite completely,
	1 Co. 1.10; to frame, He. 11.3; to prepare, provide,
	Mat. 21.16. He. 10.5; to qualify fully, to elevate to
	a complete standard, Lu. 6.40. He. 13.21. 1 Pe. 5.10;
	p. pass. κατηρτισμένος, fit, ripe, Ro. 9.22; to repair,
	refit, Mat. 4.21. Mar. 1.19; to supply, make good,
	1 Th. 3.10; to restore to a forfeited condition, to
	reinstate, Ga. 6.1:
	whence
Κατάρτῐσις, εως, ἡ
    pr. a complete adjustment; a state of completeness,
	perfection, 2 Co. 13.9. L.G.
Καταρτισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    completeness of qualification, a perfecting, Ep. 4.12. L.G.
Κατασείω, (κατά & σείω)
    f. σείσω,
    to shake down or violently; τὴω χεῖρε or τῇ χειρί,
	to wave the hand, beckon; to sign silence by waving
	the hand, Ac. 12.17, et al.
Κατασκάπτω, (κατά & σκάπτω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to dig down under, undermine; by impl. to overthrow,
	demolish, raze, Ro. 11.3; τὰ κατεσκαμμένα, ruins,
	Ac. 15.16.
Κατασκευάζω, (κατά & σκευάζω, fr. σκεῦος)
    f. άσω,
    to prepare, put in readiness, Mat. 11.10. Mar. 1.2.
	Lu. 1.17; 7.27; to construct, form, build,
	He. 3.3, 4; 9.2, 6; 11.7. 1 Pe. 3.20.
Κατασκηνόω, ῶ, (κατά & σκηνόω, fr. σκηνή)
    f. ώσω,
    to pitch one's tent; in N.T., to rest in a place, settle,
	abide, Ac. 2.26; to haunt, roost, Mat. 13.32. Mar. 4.32.
	Lu. 13.19:
	whence
Κατασκήνωσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. the pitching a tent; a tent; in N.T., a dwelling-place;
	a haunt, roost, Mat. 8.20. Lu. 9.58. L.G.
Κατασκιάζω, (κατά & σκιάζω, idem)
    f. άσω,
    to overshadow, He. 9.5.
Κατασκοπέω, ῶ, (κατά & σκοπέω)
    f. κατασκέψομαι, in N.T., a.1. inf. κατασκοπῆσαι,
    to view closely and accurately; to spy out, Ga. 2.4.
Κατασκοπός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a scout, spy, He. 11.31.
Κατασοφίζομαι, (κατά & σοφίζω)
    f. ίσομαι,
    to exercise cleverness to the detriment of any one,
	to outwit; to make a victim of subtlety, to practise
	on by insidious dealing, Ac. 7.19. L.G.
Καταστέλλω, (κατά & στενός)
    f. στελῶ, a.1. κατέστειλα, p. pass. κατέσταλμαι,
    to arrange, dispose in regular order; to appease, quiet,
	pacify, Ac. 19.35, 36.
Κατάστημα, ατος, τό (καθίστημι)
    determinate state, condition; personal appearance,
	mien, deportment, Tit. 2.3. L.G.
Καταστολή, ῆς, ἡ, (καταστέλλω)
    pr. an arranging in order; adjustment of dress; in N.T.,
	apparel, dress. 1 Ti. 2.9.
Καταστρέφω, (κατά & στρέφω)
    f. ψω,
    to invert; to overturn, overthrow, throw down,
	Mat. 21.12. Mar. 11.15
Καταστρηνιάω, (κατά & στρηνιάω, to be headstrong, wanton,
	fr. στρηνίσ, v. στρηνός, hard, harsh)
    f. άσω,
    to be headstrong or wanton towards, 1 Ti. 5.11. N.T.
Καταστροφή, ῆς, ἡ, (καταστρέφω)
    an overthrow, destruction, 2 Pe. 2.6; met. overthrow of
	right principle or faith, utter detriment, perversion,
	2 Ti. 2.14.
Καταστρώννυμι v. νύω, (κατά & στρώννυμι,—νύω)
    f. καταστρώσω, a.1. pass. κατεστρώθην,
    to strew down, lay flat; pass. to be strewn, laid prostrate
	in death, 1 Co. 10.5.
Κατασύρω, (κατά & σύρω)
    to drag down; to drag away, Lu. 12.58. (ῡ).
Κατασφάζω, v. σφάττω, (κατά & σφάζω v. σφάττω)
    f. σφάξω,
    to slaughter, slay, Lu. 19.27.
Κατασφρᾱγίζω, (κατά & σφραγίζω)
    f. ίσω, p. pass. κατεσφράγισμαι,
    to seal up, Re. 5.1
Κατάσχεσις, εως, ἡ, (κατέχω)
    a possession, thing possessed, A. 7.5. S.
Κατατίθημι, (κατά & τίθημι)
    f. θήσω, a.1. κατέθηκα,
    to lay down, deposit, Mar. 15.46; mid. to deposit or lay up
	for one's self; χάριν, v. χάριτας, to lay up a store of favour
	for one's self, earn a title to favour at the hands of a person,
	to curry favour with, Ac. 24.27; 25.9.
Κατατομή, ῆς, ἡ, (κατατέμνω, to cut up, fr. κατά & τέμνω)
    concision, mutilation, Phi. 3.2.
Κατατοξεύω, (κατά & τοξεύω, to shoot with a bow)
    f. εύσω,
    to shoot down with arrows; to transfix with an arrow or dart,
	to transfix with an arrow or dart, He. 12.20.
Κατατρέχω, (κατά & τρέχω)
    f. δραμοῦμαι, a.2. έδρᾰμον,
    to run down, Ac. 21.32.
Καταφέρω, (κατά & φέρω)
    f. κατοίσω, a.1. pass. κατηνέχθην,
    to bear down; to overpower, as sleep, Ac. 20.9; καταφέρειν ψῆφον,
	to give a vote or verdict, Ac. 26.10.
Καταφεύγω, (κατά & φεύγω)
    f. ξομαι, a.2. κατέφῠγον,
    to flee to for refuge, Ac. 14.6. He. 6.18.
Καταφθείρω, (κατά & φθείρω)
    f. φθερῶ, f. pass. καταφθαρήσομαι,)
    to destroy, cause to perish, 2 Pe. 2.12; to corrupt,
	deprave, 2 Ti. 3.8.
Καταφῐλέω, ῶ, (κατά & φιλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to kiss affectionately or with a semblance of affection,
	to kiss with earnest gesture, Mat. 26.49. Lu. 7.38.
	Ac. 20.37, et al.
Καταφρονέω, ῶ, (κατά & φρονέω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to think in disparagement of; to contemn, scorn,
	despise, Mat. 18.10. Ro. 2.4; to slight, Mat. 6.24.
	Lu. 16.13. 1 Co. 11.22. 1 Ti. 4.12; 6.2. 2 Pe. 2.10;
	to disregard, He. 12.2:
	whence
Καταφρονητής, οῦ, ὁ,
    a contemner, despiser, scorner, Ac. 13.41. L.G.
Καταχέω, (κατά & χέω)
    f. εύσω,
    to pour down upon, Mat. 26.7. Mar. 14.3
Καταχθόνιος, ίου, ὁ, ἡ, (κατά & χθών, the earth)
    under the earth, subterranean, infernal, Phi. 2.10.
Καταχράομαι, ῶμαι, (κατά & χράομαι)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to use downright; to use up, consume; to make an
	unrestrained use of, use eagerly, 1 Co. 7.31; to
	use to the full, stretch to the utmost, 1 Co. 9.18.
Καταψύχω, (κατά & ψύχω)
    f. ξω,
    to cool, refresh, Lu. 16.24. (ῡ).
Κατείδωλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (κατά & εἴδωλον)
    rife with idols, sunk in idolatry, grossly idolatrous,
	Ac. 17.16. N.T.
Κατέναντι, (κατά & ἔναντι)
    adv. over against, opposite to, Mar. 11.2; 12.41; 13.3;
	ὁ, ἡ, τὸ κατέναντι, opposite, Lu. 19.30; before, in the
	presence of, in the sight, Ro. 4.17. S.
Κατενώπιον, (κατά & ἐνώπιον)
    adv. v. prep. in the presence of, in the sight of,
	2 Co. 2.17; 12.19. Ep. 1.4. S.
Κατεξουσιάζω, (κατά & ἐξουσιάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to exercise lordship over, domineer over, Mat. 20.25.
	Mar. 10.42. N.T.
Κατεργάζομαι, (κατά & ἐργάζομαι)
    f. άσομαι,
    to work out; to effect, produce, bring out as a result,
	Ro. 4.15; 5.3; 7.13. 2 Co. 4.17; 7.10. Phi. 2.12. 1 Pe. 4.3.
	Ja. 1.3; to work, practise, realise in practice, Ro. 1.27; 2.9,
	et al.; to work or mould into fitness, 2 Co. 5.5; to dispatch,
	subdue, Eph. 6.13.
Κατέρχομαι, (κατά & ἔρχομαι)
    f. ελεύσομαι, a.2. κατῆλθον,
    to come or go down, Lu. 4.31; 9.37; Ac. 8.5; 9.32, et al.;
	to land at, touch at, Ac. 18.22; 27.5.
Κατεσθίω, (κατά & ἐσθίω)
    f. καθέδομαι, a.2. κατέφᾰγον,
    to eat up, devour, Mat. 13.4, et al.; to consume, Re. 11.5;
	to expend, squander, Lu. 15.30; met. to make a prey of,
	plunder, Mat. 23.13. Mar. 12.40. Lu. 20. 47. 2 Co. 11.20;
	to vex, injure, Ga. 5.15.
Κατευθύνω, (κατά & εὐθύνω, fr. εὐθύς, straight)
    f. ῠνῶ, a.1. ῡηα,
    to make straight; to direct, guide aright, Lu. 1.79.
	1 Th. 3.11. 2 Th. 3.5.
Κατέφαγον,
    a.2. of κατεσθίω.
Κατεφίστημι, (κατά & ἐφίστημι)
    intrans. a.2. κατεπέστην,
    to come upon suddenly, rush upon, assault, Ac. 18.12. N.T.
Κατέχω, (κατά & ἔχω)
    f. καθέξω, & κατασχήσω, imperf. κατεῖχον, a.2. κατέσχον,
    to hold down; to detain, retain, Lu. 4.42. Philem. 13;
	to hinder, restrain, 2 Th. 2.6, 7; to hold downright,
	hold in a firm grasp, to have in full and secure possession,
	1 Co. 7.30. 2 Co. 6.10; to come into full possession of,
	seize upon, Mat. 21.38; to keep, retain, 1 Th. 5.21;
	to occupy, Lu. 14.9; met. to hold fast mentally, retain,
	Lu. 8.15. 1 Co. 11.2; 15.2; to maintain, He. 3.6, 14; 10.23;
	intrans., a nautical term, to land, touch, Ac. 27.40;
	pass. to be in the grasp of, to be bound by, Ro. 7.6;
	to be afflicted with, Jno. 5.4.
Κατηγορέω, ῶ, (κατά & ἀγορεύω, to harangue)
    f. ήσω,
    to speak against, accuse, Mat. 12.10; 27.12. Jno. 5.45, et al.:
	whence
Κατηγορία, ας, ἡ,
    an accusation, crimination, Lu. 6.7, et al.
Κατήγορος, ου, ὁ
    an accuser, Jno. 8.10. Ac. 23.30, 35; 24.8, et al.
Κατήγωρ, ορος, ὁ
    an accuser, v.r. Re. 12.10, a barbarous form for κατήγορος.
Κατήφεια, ας, ἡ, (κατηφης, having a downcast look κατά & φάος)
    dejection, sorrow, Ja. 4.9.
Κατηχέω, ῶ (κατά & ἠχέω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to sound in the ears, make the ears ring; to instruct
	orally, inform by teaching, Lu. 1.4. 1 Co. 14.19, et al.;
	pass. to be made acquainted with, be informed of, learn
	by report, Ac. 21.21, 24. L.G.
Κατῑόω, ῶ, (κατά & ἰός)
    f. ώσω, p. pass. κατίωμαι,
    to cover with rust; pass. to rust, become rusty or tarnished,
	Ja. 5.3. L.G.
Κατισχύω, (κατά & ἰσχύω)
    f. ύσω,
    to overpower, Mat. 16.18; intrans. to predominate, get the
	upper hand, Lu. 23.23. (ῡ).
Κατοικέω, ῶ, (κατά & οἰκέω)
    f. ήσω,
    trans. to inhabit, Ac. 1.19, et al.; intrans. to have an abode,
	dwell, Lu. 13.4, Ac. 11.29, et al.; to take up or find an abode,
	Ac. 7.2, et al.; to indwell, Eph. 3.17. Ja. 4.5, et al.:
	whence
Κατοίκησις, εως, ἡ,
    an abode, dwelling, habitation, Mar. 5.3.
Κατοικητήριον, ίου, τό,
    the same, Ep. 2.22. Re. 18.2.
Κατοικία, ας, ἡ,
    habitation, i.q. κατοίκησις, Ac. 17.26. L.G.
Κατοπτρίζω, (κάτοπτρον, a mirror)
    f. ίσω,
    to show in a mirror; to present a clear and correct image of
	a thing; mid. to have presented in a mirror, to have a clear
	image presented, or, perhaps, to reflect, 2 Co. 3.18. L.G.
Κατορθώμα, ατος, τό, (κατορθόω, to setup upright, accomplish happily,
	fr. κατά & ὀρθόω, to make straight)
    any thing happily and successfully accomplished; a beneficial
	and worthy deed, Ac. 24.3. L.G.
Κάτω, (κατά)
    adv. & pre. down, downwards. Mat. 4.6. Lu. 4.9; beneath, below,
	under, Mat. 27.51. Mar. 14.66, et al.; ὁ, ἡ, τὸ, κάτω, what is
	below, earthly, Jno. 8.23.
Κατώτερος, α, ον, (comparat. fr. κάτω)
    lower, Ep. 4.9.
Κατωτέρω, (compar. of κάτω)
    adv. lower, further down; of time, under, Mat. 2.16.
Καῦμα, ατος, τό, (καίω)
    heat, scorching or burning heat, Re. 7.16; 16.9:
	whence
Καυματίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to scrorch, burn, Mat. 13.6. Mar. 4.6. Re. 16.8, 9. L.G.
Καῦσις, εως, ἡ, (καίω)
    burning, being burned, He. 6.8:
	whence
Καυσόομαι, οῦμαι,
    to be on fire, burn intensely, 2 Pe. 3.10, 12. L.G.
Καύσων, ωνος, ὁ
    fervent scorching heat; the scorching of the sun, Mat. 20.12;
	hot weather, a hot time, Lu. 12.55; the scorching wind of the
	East, Eurus, Ja. 1.11.
Καυτηριάζω, (καυτήριον, an instrument for branding, fr. καίω)
    f. άσω, p. pass. κεκαυτηρίασμαι,
    to cauterise, brand; pass. met. to be branded with marks of
	guilt, or, to be seared into insensibility, 1 Ti. 4.2.
Καυχάομαι, ῶμαι,
    f. ήσομαι, a.1. ἐκαυχησάμνη, p. κεκαύχημαι,
    to glory, boast, Ro. 2.17, 23; ὑπέρ τινος, to boast of a
	person or thing, undertake a laudatory testimony to, 2 Co. 12.5;
	to rejoice, exult, Ro. 5.2, 3, 11, et al.:
	whence
Καύχημα, ατος, τό
    a glorying, boasting, 1 Co. 5.6; ground or matter of glorying
	or boasting, Ro. 4.2; joy, exultation, Phi. 1.26; laudatory
	testimony, 1 Co. 9.15, 16. 2 Co. 9.3, et al.
Καύχησις, εως, ἡ,
    a later equivalent to καυχημα, Ro. 3.27. 2 Co. 7.4, 14; 11.10, et al.
Κέδρος, ου, ἡ,
    a cedar, Jno. 18.1, where κέδρων is a false reading for the
	proper name Κεδρών.
Κεῖμαι,
    f. κείσομαι,
    to lie, to be laid; to recline, to be lying, to have been
	laid down, Mat. 28.6. Lu 2.12, el al.; to have been laid,
	placed, set, Mat. 3.10. Lu. 3.9. Jno. 2.6, et al.; to be
	situated as a city, Mat. 5.14. Re. 21.16; to be in store,
	Lu. 12.19; met. to be specially set, solemnly appointed,
	destined, Lu. 2.34. Phi. 1.17. 1 Th. 3.3; to lie under an
	influence, to be involved in, 1 Jno. 5.19.
Κειρία, ας, ἡ,
    a bandage, swath, roller; in N.T., pl. grave-clothes, Jno. 11.44.
Κείρω,
    f. κερῶ, a.1. mid. ἐκειράμην,
    to cut off the hair, shear, shave, Ac. 8.32; 18.18.
	1 Co. 11.6, bis.
Κέλευσμα, ατος, τό,
    a word of command; a mutual cheer; hence, in N.T., a loud
	shout, an arousing outcry, 1 Th. 4.16:
	from
Κελεύω, (κέλω, κέλομαι, idem)
    f. εύσω, a.1 ἐκέλευσα,
    to order, command, direct, bid, Mat. 8.18; 14.19, 28, et al.
Κενοδοξία, ας, ἡ
    emply conceit, vain glory, Phi. 2.3:
	from
Κενόδοξος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (κενός & δόξα)
    vain-glorious, desirous of vain glory, Ga. 5.26.
Κενός, ή, όν,
    empty; having nothing, empty-handed, Mar. 12.3;
	met. vain, fruitless, void of effect, Ac. 4.25. 1 Co. 15.10;
	εἰς κενόν, in vain, to no purpose, 2 Co. 6.1, et al.; hollow,
	fallacious, false, Ep. 5.6. Col. 2.8; inconsiderate, foolish,
	Ja. 2.20.
Κενοφωνία, ας, ἡ, (κενός & φωνή)
    vain, empty babbling, vain disputation, fruitless discussion,
	1 Ti. 6.20. 2 Ti. 2.16. N.T.
Κενόω, ῶ, (κενός)
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐκένωσα,
    to empty, evacuate; ἑαυτόν, to divest one's self, of one's
	prorogatives, abase one's self, Phi. 2.7; to deprive a thing
	of its proper functions, Ro. 4.14. 1 Co. 1.17; to show to be
	without foundation, falsify, 1 Co. 9.15. 2 Co. 9.3.
Κέντρον, ου, τό, (κεντέω, to prick)
    a sharp point; a sting, Re. 9.10; a prick, stimulus, goad,
	Ac. 9.5; 26.14. met., of death, destructive power, deadly
	venom, 1 Co. 15.55, 56.
Κεντυρίων, ωνος, ὁ (Lat. centurio, fr. centum, a hundred)
    in its original signification, a commander of a hundred
	foot-soldiers, a centurion, Mar. 15.39, 44, 45.
Κενῶς (κενός)
    adv. in vain, to no purpose, unmeaningly, Ja. 4.5. L.G.
Κεραία, ας, ἡ (κέρας)
    pr. a horn-like projection, a point, extremity; in N.T.,
	an apex, or fine point, as of letters; the minutest part,
	a tittle, Mat. 5.18. Lu. 16.17.
Κερᾰμεύς, έως, ὁ, (κέραμος)
    a potter, Mat. 27.7, 10. Ro. 9.21.
Κεραμῐκός, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    made by a potter, earthen, Re. 2.27.
Κεράμιον, ίου, τό, (dimin. of κέραμος)
    an earthenware vessel, a pitcher, jar, Mar. 14.13. Lu. 22.10
Κέρᾰμος, ου, ὁ,
    potter's clay; earthenware; a tile, tiling, Lu. 5.19.
Κεράννῡμι, v. νύω, (κεράω)
    f. κεράσω, a.1. ἐκέρᾰσα, p. pass. κέκρᾱμαι later κεκέρασμαι,
    to mix, mingle, drink; to prepare for drinking,
	Re. 14.10; 18.6, bis.
Κέρας, ᾱτος, τό,
    a horn, Re. 5.6; 12.3, et al.; a projecting extremity at the
	corners of an altar, Re. 9.13; fr. the Heb., used symbolically
	for strength, power, Lu. 1.69.
Κεράτιον, ίου, τό, (dimin. of κέρας)
    pr. a little horn; in N.T., a pod, the pod of the carob tree,
	or Ceratonia siliqua of Linnœus, a common tree in the East
	and the south of Europe, growing to a considerable size, and
	producing long slender pods, with a pulp of sweetish taste
	and several brown shining seeds like beans, sometimes eaten
	by the poorer people in Syria and Palestine, and commonly
	used for fattening swine, Lu. 15.16.
Κερδαίνω,
    f. δανῶ, κερδήσω & ομαι, a.1. ἐκέρδησα,
    to gain as a matter of profit, Mat. 25.17, et al.; to win,
	acquire possession of, Mat. 16.26; to profit in the avoidance
	of, to avoid, Ac. 27.21; in N.T., Χριστόν, to win Christ,
	to become possessed of the privileges of the gospel, Ph. 3.8;
	to win over from estrangement Mat. 18.15; to win over to embrace
	the gospel, 1 Co. 9.19, 20, 21, 22. 1 Pe. 3.1; absol. to make gain,
	Ja. 4.13:
	from
Κέρδος, εος, τό,
    gain, profit, Phi. 1.21; 3.7. Tit. 1.11.
Κέρμα, ατος, τό, (κείρω)
    something clipped small; small change, small pieces of
	money, coin, Jno. 2.15:
	whence
Κερματιστής, οῦ, ὁ,
    a money changer, Jno. 2.14. N.T.
Κεφάλαιον, ου, τό, (κεφαλή)
    a sum total; a sum of money, capital, Ac. 22.28; the crowning
	or ultimate point to preliminary matters, He. 8.1:
	whence
Κεφαλαιόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to sum up; but in N.T., equiv. to κεφαλίζω, to wound on the
	head, Mar. 12.4.
Κεφᾰλή, ῆς, ἡ,
    the head, Mat. 5.36; 6.17, et al.;
	the head, top; κεφαλή γωνίας, the head of the corner,
	the chief corner stone, Mat. 21.42. Lu. 20.17;
	met. the head, superior, chief, principal, one
	to whom others are subordinate, 1 Co. 11.3. Ep. 1.22, et al.
Κεφαλίς, ίδος, ἡ, (dimin. of κεφαλή)
    in N.T., a roll, volume, division of a book, He. 10.7.
Κημόω, ῶ, (κημός, a curb, bridle, muzzle)
    f. ώσω,
    to muzzle, v.r. 1 Co. 9.9.
Κῆνσος, ου, ὁ, (Lat. census )
    a census, assessment, enumeration of the people and a valuation
	of their property; in N.T., tribute, tax, Mat. 17.25; poll-tax,
	Mat. 22.17, 19. Mar. 12.14.
Κῆπος, ου, ὁ,
    a garden, any place planted with trees and herbs, Lu. 13.19.
	Jno. 18.1, 26; 19.41.
Κηρουρός, οῦ, ὁ, (κῆπος & οὖρος, a watcher)
    a garden-keeper, gardener, Jno. 20.15.
Κηρίον, ου, τό, (κηρός, beeswax)
    a honeycomb; a comb filled with honey, Lu. 24.42.
Κήρυγμα, ατος, τό, (κηρύσσω)
    proclamation, proclaiming, public annunciation, Mat. 12.41;
	public inculcation, preaching, 1 Co. 2.4; 15.14; meton. what
	is publicly inculcated, doctrine, &c. Ro. 16.25, et al.
Κήρυξ, ῡκος, ὁ,
    a herald, public messenger; in N.T., a proclaimer, publisher,
	preacher, 1 Ti. 2.7. 2 Ti. 1.11. 2 Pe. 2.5.
Κηρύσσω,
    f. κηρύξω, a.1. ἐκήρυξα,
    to publish, proclaim, as a herald, 1 Co. 9.27; to announce
	openly and publicly, Mar. 1.4. Lu. 4.18; to noise abroad,
	Mar. 1.45; 7.36; to announce as a matter of doctrine, inculcate,
	preach, Mat. 24.14. Mar. 1.38; 13.10. Ac. 15.21. Ro. 2.21, et al.
Κῆτος, εος, τό,
    a large fish, sea monster, whale, Mat. 12.40.
Κηφᾶς, ᾶ, ὁ, (Aramæan, כיפא)
    Cephas, a rock, rendered into Greek by Πέτρος,
	Jno. 1.43. 1 Co. 1.12, et al.
Κιβωτός, οῦ, ἡ,
    a chest, coffer; the ark of the covenant, He. 9.4;
	the ark of Noah, Mat. 24.38. Lu. 17.27, et al.
Κιθάρα, ας, ἡ,
    a lyre, 1 Co. 14.7. Re. 5.8; 14.2; 15.2. (ᾰ):
	whence
Κιθαρίζω,
    f. ίσω
    to play on a lyre, to harp, 1 Co. 14.7. Re. 14.2.
Κιθαρῳδός, οῦ, ὁ, (κιθάρα & ἀείδω)
    one who plays on a lyre and accompanies it with his voice,
	a harper. Re. 14.2. 18.22.
Κινάμωμον, v. κιννάμωμον, ου, τό,
    cinnamon, the aromatic bark of the Laurus cinnamomum,
	which grows in Arabia, Syria, &c. Re. 18.13.
Κινδυνεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to be in danger or peril, Lu. 8.23. Ac. 19.27, 40. 1 Co. 15.30:
	from
Κίνδῡνος, ου, ὁ,
    danger, peril, Ro. 8.35. 2 Co. 11.26.
Κῑνέω, ῶ, (κίω, to go)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐκίνησα,
    to set a-going; to move, Mat. 23.4; to excite, agitate,
	Ac. 24.5; 21.30; to remove, Re. 2.5; 6.14; in N.T., κεφαλήν,
	to shake the head in derision, Mat. 27.39. Mar. 15.29;
	mid. to move, possess the faculty of motion, exercise the
	functions of life, Ac. 17.28:
	whence
Κίνησις, εως, ἡ,
    a moving, motion, Jno. 5.3.
Κιννάμωμον,
    see κινάμωμον.
Κλάδος, ου, ὁ, (κλάω, to break off)
    a bough, branch, shoot, Mat. 13.32; 21.8, et al.;
	met. offspring, progeny, posterity, Ro. 11.16, 21.
Κλαίω,
    f. κλαύσομαι, in N.T. κλαύσω, a.1. ἔκλαυσα,
    intrans. to weep, shed tears, Mat. 26.75. Mar. 5.38, 39.
	Lu. 19.41; 23.28, et al.; trans. to weep for, bewail,
	Mat. 2.18.
Κλάσις, εως, ἡ, (κλάω)
    a breaking, the act of breaking, Lu. 24.35. Ac. 2.42.
Κλάσμα, ατος, τό, (fr. same)
    a piece broken off, fragment, Mat. 14.20; 15.37. Mar. 6.43. et al.
Κλαυθμός, οῦ, ὁ, (κλαίω)
    weeping, Mat. 2.18; 8.12. et al.
Κλάω,
    f. κλάσω, a.1. ἔκλᾰσα,
    to break off; in N.T., to break bread, Mat. 14.19, et al.;
	with figurative reference to the violent death of Christ,
	1 Co. 11.24.
Κλείσ, κλειδός, κλειδί, κλεῖδα & κλεῖν, ἡ, pl. κλεῖδες, & κλεῖς,
    a key used in the N.T. as the symbol of power, authority, &c.
	Mat. 16.19. Re. 1.18; 3.7; 9.1; 20.1; met. means of attaining
	knowledge, Lu. 11.52:
	from
Κλείω,
    f. είσω, a.1. ἔκλεισα, p. pass. κέκλεισμαι, a.1. pass. ἐκλείσθην,
    to close, shut, Mat. 6.6; 25.10, et al.; to shut up a person,
	Re. 20.3; met. of the heavens, Lu. 4.25. Re. 11.6; κλεῖσαι
	τὰ σπλάγχνα, to shut up one's bowels, to be hard-hearted,
	void of compassion, 1 Jno. 3.17; κλείειν τὴν βασιλείαν τῶν
	οὐρανῶν, to endeavour to prevent entrance into the kingdom
	of heaven, Mat. 23.14.
Κλέμμα, ατος, τό, (κλέπτω)
    theft, Re. 9.21.
Κλέος, τό,
    pr. rumour, report; good report, praise, credit, 1 Pe. 2.20.
Κλέπτης, ου, ὁ,
    a thief, Mat. 6.19, 20; 24.43, et al.; trop. a deceiver,
	imposter, Jno. 10.8:
	from
Κλέπτω,
    f. ψω, & ψομαι, p. κέκλοφα, a.1. ἔκλεψα,
    to steal, Mat. 6.19, 20; 19.18, et al.; to take away stealthily,
	remove secretly, Mat. 27.64; 28.13.
Κλῆμα, ατος, τό, (κλάω)
    a branch, shoot, twig, esp. of the vine, Jno. 15.2, 4, 5, 6.
Κληρονομέω, ῶ, (κληρονόμος)
    f. ήσω, p. κεκληρονόμηκα, a.1. ἐκληρονόμησα,
    pr. to acquire by lot; to inherit, obtain by inheritance; in N.T.,
	to obtain, acquire, receive possession of, Mat. 5.5; 19.29, et al.;
	absol. to be heir, Ga. 4.30:
	whence
Κληρονομία, ας, ἡ,
    an inheritance, patrimony, Mat. 21.38. Mar. 12.7; a possession,
	portion, property, Ac. 7.5; 20.32, et al.; in N.T., a share,
	participation in privileges, Ac. 20.32. Eph. 1.14, et al.
Κληρονόμος, ου, ὁ, (κλῆρος & νέμομαι)
    an heir, Mat. 21.38. Ga. 4.1, et al.; a possessor, Ro. 4.13.
	He. 11.7. Ja. 2.5; et al.
Κλῆρος, ου, ὁ,
    a lot, die, a thing used in determining chances, Mat. 27.35.
	Mar. 15.24, et al.; assignment, investiture, Ac. 1.17, 25; a
	llotment, destination, Col. 1.12; a part, portion, share,
	Ac. 8.21; 26.18; a constituent portion of the church, 1 Pe. 5.3:
	whence
Κληρόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to choose by lot; mid. κληροῦμαι, a.1. ἐκληρώθην, to obtain
	by lot or assignment; to obtain a portion, receive a share,
	Eph. 1.11.
Κλῆσις, εως, ἡ, (καλέω)
    a call, calling, invitation; in N.T., the call or invitation
	to the privileges of the Gospel, Ro. 11.29. Ep. 1.18, et al.;
	the favour and privilege of the invitation, 2 Th. 1.11.
	2 Pe. 1.10; the temporal condition in which the call found a
	person, 1 Co. 7.20; 1.26.
Κλητός, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    called, invited; in N.T., called to privileges or functions,
	Mat. 20.16; 22.14. Ro. 1.1, 6, 7. 1 Co. 1.1, 2, et al.
Κλίβᾰνος, ου, ὁ, (At. κρίβανος)
    an oven, Mat. 6.30. Lu. 12.28.
Κλίμα, ατος, τό, (κλίνω)
    pr. a slope; a portion of the ideal slope of the earth's
	surface; a tract or region of country, Ro. 15.23. 2 Co. 11.10.
	Ga. 1.21.
Κλίνη, ης, ἡ, (fr. same)
    a couch, bed, Mat. 9.2, 6. Mar. 4.21, et al.
Κλῑνίδιον, ίου, τό, (dim. of κλίνη)
    a small couch or bed, Lu. 5.19, 24.
Κλίνω,
    f. ινῶ, p. κέκλῐκα, a.1. ἔκλῑνα,
    pr. trans. to cause to slope or bend; to bow down, Lu. 24.5.
	Jno. 19.30; to lay down to rest, Mat. 8.20. Lu. 9.58; to put
	to flight troops, He. 11.34; intrans., of the day, to decline,
	Lu. 9.12; 24.29.
Κλῐσία, ας, ἡ, (κλίνω)
    pr. a place for reclining; a tent, seat, couch; in N.T.,
	a company of persons reclining at a meal, Lu. 9.14.
Κλοπή, ῆς, ἡ, (κλέπτω)
    theft, Mat. 15.19. Mar. 7.22.
Κλύδων, ωνος, ὁ, (κλύζω, to dash, surge, like the waves)
    a wave, billow, surge, Ja. 1.6:
	whence
Κλυδωνίζομαι,
    to be tossed by waves; met. to fluctuate in opinion,
	be agitated, tossed to and fro, Ep. 4.14. L.G.
Κνήθω, (κνάω)
    f. κνήσω,
    to scratch, to tickle, cause titillation; in N.T.,
	mid., met. to procure pleasurable excitement for,
	to indulge an itching, 2 Ti. 4.3.
Κοδράντης, ου, ὁ, (Lat. quadrans)
    a Roman brass coin, equivalent to the fourth part of an as,
	or ἀσσάριον, or to δύο λεπτα, and equal too about three-fourths
	of a farthing, Mat. 5.26. Mar. 12.42. N.T.
Κοιλία, ας, ἡ, (κοῖλος, hollow)
    a cavity; the belly, Mat. 15.17. Mar. 7.19; the stomach,
	Mat. 12.40. Lu. 15.16; the womb, Mat. 19.12. Lu. 1.15, et al.;
	fr. the Heb. the inner self, Jno. 7.38.
Κοιμάω, ῶ
    f. ήσω, p. pass. κεκοίμημαι,
    to lull to sleep; pass. to fall asleep, be asleep, Mat. 28.13.
	Lu. 22.45; met. to die, be dead, Ac. 7.60; 13.36, et al.:
	whence
Κοίμησις, εως, ἡ,
    sleep; meton. rest, repose, Jno. 11.13.
Κοινός, ή, όν,
    common, belonging equally to several, Ac. 2.44; 4.32; in N.T.,
	common, profane, He. 10.29; ceremonially unclean, Mar. 7.2.
	Ac. 10.14, et al.:
	whence
Κοινόω, ὠ,
    f. ώσω, p. κεκοίνωκα, a.1. ἐκοίνωσα,
    to make common; in N.T., to profane, desecrate, Ac. 21.28;
	to render ceremonially unclean, defile, pollute,
	Mat. 15.11, 18, 20; to pronounce unclean ceremonially,
	Ac. 10.15; 11.9.
Κοινωνέω, ῶ, (κοινωνός)
    f. ήσω, p. κεκοινώνηκα, a.1. ἐκοινώνηασ,
    to have in common, share, He. 2.14; to be associated in,
	to become a sharer in, Ro. 15.27. 1 Pe. 4.13; to become
	implicated in, be a party to, 1 Ti. 5.22. 2 Jno. 11;
	to associate one's self with by sympathy and assistance,
	to communicate with in the way of aid and relief,
	Ro. 12.13. Ga. 6.6:
	whence
Κοινωνία, ας, ἡ,
    fellowship, partnership, Ac. 2.42. 2 Co. 6.14. Ga. 2.9.
	Phi. 3.10. 1 Jno. 1.3, et al.; participation, communion,
	1 Co. 10.16, et al.; aid, relief, He. 13.16, et al.;
	contribution in aid, Ro. 15.26.
Κοινωνικός, ή, όν,
    social; in N.T., ready to communicate in kind offices,
	liberal, beneficent, 1 Ti. 6.18.
Κοινωνός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, (κοινός)
    a fellow-partner, Mat. 23.30. Lu. 5.10. 1 Co. 10.18, 20.
	2 Co. 8.23. Phile. 17. He. 10.33; a sharer, partaker,
	2 Co. 1.7. 1 Pe. 5.1. 2 Pe. 1.4.
Κοίτη, ης, ἡ, (κεῖμαι)
    a bed, Lu. 11.7; the conjugal bed, He. 13.4;
	meton. sexual intercourse, concubitus; hence, lewdness,
	whoredom, chambering, Ro. 13.13; in N.T., conception, Ro. 9.10:
	whence
Κοιτών, ῶνος, ὁ,
    a bed-chamber, Ac. 12.20.
Κόκκῐνος, η, ον, (κόκκος, kernel of the coccus ilicis of Linnœus,
	a small insect, found on the leaves of the quercus cocciferus,
	or holm oak, which was used by the ancients, as the cochineal
	insect now is, for dyeing a beautiful crimson or deep scarlet
	colour, and supposed by them to be the berry of a plant or tree)
    dyed with coccus, crimson, scarlet, Mat. 27.28. He. 9.19.
	Re. 17.3, 4; 18.12, 16.
Κόκκος, ου, ὁ,
    a kernel, seed, grain, Mat. 13.31; 17.20, et al.
Κολάζω,
    f. άσομαι & άσω,
    pr. to curtail, to coerce; to chastise, punish, Ac. 4.21. 2 Pe. 2.9.
Κολακεία, ας, ἡ, (κόλαξ, a flatterer)
    flattery, adulation, obsequiousness, 1 Th. 2.5.
Κόλᾰσις, εως, ἡ , (κολάζω)
    chastisement, punishment, Mat. 25.46; painful disquietude,
	torment, 1 Jno. 4.18.
Κολαφίζω, (κόλαφος, a blow with the fist)
    f. ίσω,
    to beat with the fist, buffet, Mat. 26.67. Mar. 14.65;
	met. to maltreat, treat with contumely and ignominy,
	1 Co. 4.11; to punish, 1 Pe. 2.20; to buffet, fret,
	afflict, 2 Co. 12.7.
Κολλάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to glue or weld together; mid. to adhere to, Lu. 10.11;
	met. to attach one's self to, unite with, associate with,
	Lu. 15.15. Ac. 5.13, et al.
Κολλαύριον, v. κολλύριον, ου, τό, (dimin. of κολλύρα, a cake)
    collyrium, eye-salve, Re. 3.18.
Κολλυβιστής, οῦ, ὁ, (κόλλυβος, small coin)
    a money-changer, Mat. 21.12. Mar. 11.15. Jno. 2.15.
Κολλύριον,
    see κολλούριον.
Κολοβόω, ῶ, (κολοβός, curtailed, mutilated, fr. κόλος, id.)
    f. ώσω,
    in N.T., of time, to cut short, shorten, Mat. 24.22. Mar. 13.20.
Κόλπος, ου, ὁ,
    the bosom, Lu. 16.22, 23. Jno 1.18; 13.23; the bosom of a
	garment, Lu. 6.38; a bay, creek, inlet, Ac. 27.39.
Κολυμβάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to dive; in N.T., to swim, Ac. 27.43:
	whence
Κολυμβήθρα, ας, ἡ,
    a place where one may swim; a pond, pool,
	Jno. 5.2, 4, 7; 9.7, 11.
Κολωνία, ας, ἡ, (Lat. colonia)
    a Roman colony, Ac. 16.12.
Κομάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to have long hair, wear the hair long, 1 Co. 11.14, 15:
	from
Κόμη, ης, ἡ,
    the hair; a head of long hair, 1 Co. 11.15.
Κομίζω, (κομέω, to take care of)
    f. ίσω, & ιῶ, mid. ιοῦμαι, a.1. ἐκόμισα,
    pr. to take into kindly keeping, to provide for;
	to convey, bring, Lu. 7.37; mid. to bring for one's self;
	to receive, obtain, 2 Co. 5.10. Ep. 6.8, et al.; to receive
	again, recover, Mat. 25.27. He. 11.19.
Κομψότερον, (comp. of κόμψως, well, smarthly)
    adv. in N.T., in better health, Jno. 4.52.
Κονιάω, ῶ, (κόνις, v. κονία, dust, limedust)
    f. άσω, p. pass. κεκονίᾱμαι,
    to white-wash, or, plaster, Mat. 23.27. Ac. 23.3.
Κονιορτός, οῦ, ὁ, (κόνις & ὄρνυμι, to raise)
    dust excited; dust, Mat. 10.14. Lu. 9.5; 10.11.
	Ac. 13.51; 22.23.
Κοπάζω, (κόπος)
    f. άσω,
    pr. to grow weary, suffer exhaustion; to abate, be stilled,
	Mat. 14.32. Mar. 4.39; 6.51.
Κοπετός, οῦ, ὁ, (κόπτω)
    pr. a beating of the breast, &c. in token of grief;
	a wailing, lamentation, Ac. 8.2.
Κοπή, ῆς, ἡ, (κόπτω)
    a stroke, smiting; in N.T., slaughter, He. 7.1.
Κοπιάω, ῶ,
    f. άσω, p. κεκοπίᾱκα, a.1. ἐκοπίᾱσα,
    to be wearied or spent with labour, faint from weariness,
	Mat. 11.28. Jno. 4.6; in N.T., to labour hard, to toil,
	Lu. 5.5. Jno. 4.38, et al.:
	from
Κόπος, ου, ὁ, (κόπτω)
    trouble, vexation, uneasiness, Mat. 26.10. Mar. 14.6;
	labour, wearisome labour, travail, toil, 1 Co. 3.8; 15.58, et al.;
	meton. the fruit or consequences of labour, Jno. 4.38. 2 Co. 10.15.
Κοπρία, ας, ἡ,
    dung, manure, Lu. 13.8; 14.35.
Κόπριον, ου, τό,
    the same, v.r. Lu. 13.8. L.G.
Κόπτω,
    f. ψω,
    to smite, cut; to cut off or down, Mat. 21.8. Mar. 11.8.
	mid. to beat one's self in mourning, lament, bewail,
	Lu. 8.52; 23.27; et al.
Κόραξ, ᾰκος, ὁ,
    a raven, crow, Lu. 12.24.
Κοράσιον, ίου, τό, (dim. of κόρη)
    a girl, damsel, maiden, Mat. 9.24, 25, 14.11, et al. (ᾰ).
Κορβᾶν, ὁ, indec. v. κορβανᾶς, ᾶ, ὁ,
	(Heb. קרבן; Aram. קרבנא, explained in Greek by δῶρον)
    corban, a gift, offering, oblation, any thing consecrated
	to God, Mar. 7.11; meton. the sacred treasury, Mat. 27.6.
Κορέννυμι,
    f. κορέσω, p. pass. κεκόρεσμαι,
    to satiate, satisfy, Ac. 27.38. 1 Co. 4.8.
Κορίνθιος, ία, ιον,
    Corinthian; an inhabitant of Κόρινθος, Corinth,
	Ac. 18.8. 2 Co. 6.11.
Κόρος, ου, ὁ, (Heb. כר)
    a cor, the largest Jewish measure for things dry,
	equal to the homer, and about fifteen bushels English,
	according to Josephus, (Ant. 1.xv. c.9. s.2.), Lu. 16.7.
Κοσμέω, (κόσμος)
    f. ήσω, p. κεκόσμηκα, a.1. ἐκόσμησα,
    to arrange, set in order; to adorn, decorate, embellish,
	Mat. 12.44; 23.29; to prepare, put in readiness, trim,
	Mat. 25.7; met. to honour, dignify, Tit. 2.10.
Κοσμικός, ή, όν, (κόσμος, the world)
    pr. belonging to the universe; in N.T., accommodated to
	the present state of things, adapted to this world,
	worldly, Tit. 2.12; τὸ κοσμικόν, as a subst., the apparatus
	for the service of the tabernacle, He. 9.1.
Κόσμιος, ία, ιον, v. ου, ὁ, ἡ, (κόσμος)
    decorous, well-ordered, 1 Ti. 2.9; 3.2.
Κοσμοκράτωρ, ορος, ὁ, (κόσμος & κρατέω)
    pr. monarch of the world; in N.T., a worldly prince,
	a power paramount in the world of the unbelieving
	and ungodly, Ep. 6.12. (ᾰ). L.G.
Κόσμος, ου, ὁ,
    pr. order, regular disposition; ornament, decoration,
	embellishment, 1 Pe. 3.3; the world, the material universe,
	Mat. 13.35, et al.; the world, the aggregate of sensitive
	existance, 1 Co. 4.9; the lower world, the earth, Mar. 16.15,
	et al.; the world, the aggregate of mankind, Mat. 5.14, et al.;
	the world, the public, Jno. 7.4; in N.T., the present order of
	things, the secular world, Jno. 18.36, et al.; the human race
	external to the Jewish nation, the heathen world, Ro. 11.12, 15;
	the world external to the Christian body, 1 Jno. 3.1, 13, et al.
Κοῦμι, (Aram. קומי sec. pers. fem. sing. imperat. of קום, to arise)
    cumi, arise, Mar. 5.41.
Κουστωδία, ας, ἡ, (Lat. custodia)
    a watch, guard, Mat. 27.65, 66; 28.11.
Κουφίζω, (κοῦφος, light)
    f. ίσω,
    to lighten, make light or less heavy, Ac. 27.38.
Κόφῐνος, ου, ὁ,
    a basket, Mat. 14.20; 16.9. Mar. 6.43, et al.
Κράββατος, ου, ὁ, (Lat. grabatus)
    a couch capable of holding one person, Mar. 2.4, 9, 11, 12,
	et al. L.G.
Κράζω,
    f. κεκράξομαι, a. ἔκρᾰγον, later f. κράξω, a. ἔκραξα,
	p. κέκρᾰγα
    with a pres. signif., to utter a cry, Mat. 14.26, et al.;
	to exclaim, vociferate, Mat. 9.27. Jno. 1.15, et al.;
	to cry for vengeance, Ja. 5.4; to cry in supplication,
	Ro. 8.15. Ga. 4.6.
Κραιπάλη, ης, ἠ,
    debauch, Lu. 21.34. (ᾰ).
Κρᾱνίον, ου, τό, (κάρα)
    a skull, Mat. 27.33. Mar. 15.22. Lu. 23.33. Jno. 19.17.
Κράσπεδον, ου, τό,
    a margin, border; in N.T., a fringe, tuft, tassel,
	Mat. 9.20; 14.36; 23.5, et al.
Κραταιός, ά, όν, (κράτος)
    strong, mighty, powerful, 1 Pe. 5.6.
Κραταιόω, ῶ, (fr. same)
    f. ώσω,
    to strengthen, render strong, corroborate, confirm;
	pass. to grow strong, acquire strength, Lu. 1.80; 2.40.
	Ep. 3.16; to be firm, resolute, 1 Co. 16.13. L.G.
Κρατέω, ῶ, (fr. same)
    f. ήσω, p. κεκπάρηκα, a.1. ἐκράτησα,
    pr. to be strong; to be superior to any one, subdue,
	vanquish, Ac. 2.24; to get into one's power, lay hold of,
	seize, apprehend, Mat. 14.3; 18.28; 21.46; to gain,
	compass, attain, Ac. 27.13; in N.T., to lay hold of,
	grasp, clasp, Mat. 9.25. Mar. 1.31; 5.41; to retain,
	to keep under reserve, Mar. 9.10; met. to hold fast,
	observe, Mar. 7.3, 8. 2 Th. 2.15; to hold to, adhere
	to, Ac. 3.11. Col. 2.19; to restrain, hinder, repress,
	Lu. 24.16. Re. 7.1; to retain, not to remit sins,
	Jno. 20.23.
Κράτιστος, η, ον, (super. from κρατύς, strongest)
    in N.T., κράτιστε, a term of respect, most excellent,
	noble, or illustious, Lu. 1.3. Ac. 23.26; 24.3; 26.25.
Κράτος, εος, τό,
    strength, power, might, force, Ac. 19.20. Ep. 1.19;
	meton. a display of might, Lu. 1.51; power, sway,
	dominion, He. 2.14. 1 Pe. 4.11; 5.11, et al. (ᾰ).
Κραυγάζω,
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐκραύγασα,
    to cry out, exclaim, vociferate, Mat. 12.19; 15.22, et al.:
	from
Κραυγή, ῆς, ἡ, (κράζω)
    a cry, outcry, clamour, vociferation, Mat. 25.6. Ac. 23.9.
	Ep. 4.31. Re. 14.18; a cry of sorrow, wailing, lamentation,
	Re. 21.4; a cry for help, earnest supplication, He. 5.7.
Κρέας, ατος, έως, τό, pl. κρέατα, κρέα
    flesh, meat, Ro. 14.21. 1 Co. 8.13.
Κρείττων, v. σσων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, τὸ, -ον, (used as the comp. of ἀγαθός)
    better, more useful or profitable, more conducive to good,
	1 Co. 7.9, 38; superior, more excellent, of a higher nature,
	more valuable, He. 1.4; 6.9; 7.7, 19, 22. et al.
Κρεμάννυμι,
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐκρέμᾰσα, a.1. pass. ἐκρεμάσθην,
    to hang, suspend, Ac. 5.30; 10.39; pass. to be hung,
	suspended, Mat. 18.6. Lu. 23.39; mid. κρέμαμαι, to hang,
	be suspended, Ac. 28.4. Ga. 3.13, et al.; met. κρέμαμαι ἐν,
	to hang upon, to be referable to as an ultimate principle,
	Mat. 22.40.
Κρημνός, οῦ, ὁ, (κρεμάννυμι)
    a hanging steep, precipice, a steep bank, Mat. 8.32.
	Mar. 5.13. Lu. 8.33.
Κρής, ητός, pl. κρῆτες,
    a Cretan, an inhabitant of Κρήτη, Ac. 2.11. Tit. 1.12.
Κριθή, ῆς, ἡ,
    barley, Re. 6.6:
	whence
Κρίθῐνος, η, ον,
    made of barley, Jno. 6.9. 13.
Κρίμα, v. κρῖμα, ατος, τό, (κρίνω)
    judgment; a sentence, award, Mat. 7.2. Lu. 24.20. Ro. 2.2, et al.;
	an administrative decree, Ro. 11.33;
	condemnation, Mat. 23.18. Lu. 23.40. Ro. 3.8; 5.16, et al.;
	administration of judgment, Jno. 9.39. Ac. 24.25, et al.;
	execution of justice, 1 Pe. 4.17;
	a lawsuit, 1 Co. 6.7.
Κρίνον, ου, τό,
    a lily, Mat. 6.28. Lu. 12.27.
Κρίνω,
    f. ῐνῶ, a.1. ἔκρῑνα, p. κέκρῐκα, p. pass. κέκρῐμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐκρίθην,
    pr. to separate; to make a distinction between; to decide,
	determine, resolve, Ac. 3.13; 15.19; 27.1, et al.; to deem,
	Ac. 13.46. Ro. 14.5; to resolve on, decree, Ac. 16.4. Re. 16.5;
	to form a judgment, to pass judgment on, Jno. 8.15, et al.;
	to judge judicially, try, Jno. 18.31, et al.; to sentence,
	Jno. 7.51; to condemn, Lu. 19.22. Ac. 13.27; in N.T.,
	to execute sentence upon, to punish, Ac. 7.7, et al.;
	to administer a government over, Mat. 19.28. Lu. 22.30;
	perhaps, to avenge, He. 10.30; pass. to be brought to trail,
	Ac. 25.1, 20. Ro. 3.4 et al.; mid. to go to law, litigate,
	Mat. 5.40:
	whence
Κρίσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. distinction; discrimination; judgment, decision,
	sentence, Jno. 7.24; 5.30; judgment, trail, Jno. 12.31.
	He. 9.27; administration of justice, Jno. 5.22, 27;
	condemnatory sentence, condemnation, Jno. 12.31; in N.T.,
	meton. ground of condemnation, Jno. 3.10; a court of justice,
	tribunal, Mat. 5.21, 22; fr. the Heb. justice, equity,
	Mat. 23.23. Lu. 11.42. (ῐ).
Κριτήριον, ίου, τό,
    pr. a standard or means by which to judge, criterion;
	a court of justice, tribunal, Ja. 2.6;
	a cause, controversy, 1 Co. 6.2, 4:
	from
Κρῐτής, οῦ, ὁ, (κρίνω)
    a judge, Mat. 5.25; 12.27. Lu. 12.14, et al.,
	fr. the Heb. a ruler, prince, Ac. 13.20:
	whence
Κριτικός, ή, όν,
    able or quick to discern or judge, He. 4.12.
Κρούω,
    f. ούσω,
    to knock at a door, Mat. 7.7, 8. Lu. 11.9, 10; 13.25, et al.
Κρύπτη, ἡ,
    a vault or closet, a cell for storage, v.r. Lu. 11.33.
Κρυπτός, ή, όν,
    hidden, concealed, secret, clandestine, Mat. 6.4, 6, 18, et al.;
	τὰ κρυπτά, secrets, Ro. 2.16. 1 Co. 14.25:
	from
Κρύπτω,
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔκρυψα, p. pass. κέκρυμμαι,
	a. 2. pass. ἐκρύβην, (ῠ),
    to hide, conceal, Mat. 5.14, et al.; in N.T., to lay up in
	store, Col. 3.3. Re. 2.17; κεκρυμμένος, concealed, secret,
	Jno. 19.38.
Κρυσταλλίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to be clear, brilliant like crystal, Re. 21.11: (N.T.)
	from
Κρύσταλλος, ου, ὁ, (κρύος, cold)
    pr. clear ice; crystal, Re. 4.6; 22.1.
Κρυφαῖος, αία, αῖον, (κρύπτω)
    secret, hidden, v.r. Mat. 6.18.
Κρυφή, (fr. same)
    adv. in secret, secretly, not openly, Ep. 5.12.
Κτάομαι, ῶμαι,
    f. ήσομαι,
    to get, procure, provide, Mat. 10.9; to make gain, gain,
	Lu. 18.12; to purchase, Ac. 8.20; 22.28; to be the cause
	or occasion of purchasing, Ac. 1.18; to preserve, save,
	Lu. 21.19; to get under control, to be winning the mastery
	over, 1 Th. 4.4; p. κέκτημαι, to possess:
	whence
Κτῆμα, ατος, τό,
    a possession, property, & spc. real estate, Mat. 19.22.
	Mar. 10.22. Ac. 2.45; 5.1.
Κτῆνος, εος, τό,
    pr. property, generally used in the plural τὰ κτήνη;
	property in animals; a beast of burden, Lu. 10.34. Ac. 23.24;
	beasts, cattle, 1 Co. 15.39. Re. 18.13.
Κτήτωρ, ορος, ὁ, (κτάομαι)
    a possessor, owner, Ac. 4.34. L.G.
Κτίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἔκτισα, p. pass. ἔκτισμαι,
    pr. to reduce from a state of disorder and wildness; in N.T.,
	to call into being, to create, Mar. 13.19, et al.; to call
	into individual existence, to frame, Eph. 2.15; to create
	spiritually, to invest with a spiritual frame, Eph. 2.10; 4.25:
	whence
Κτίσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. a framing, founding; in N.T., creation, the act of
	creating, Ro. 1.20; creation, the material universe,
	Mar. 10.6; 13.19. He. 9.11. 2 Pe. 3.4; a created thing,
	a creature, Ro. 1.25; 8.39. Col. 1.15. He. 4.13; the human
	race, Mar. 16.15. Ro. 8.19, 20, 21, 22. Col. 1.23; a
	spiritual creation, 2 Co. 5.17. Ga. 6.15; an institution,
	ordinance, 1 Pe. 2.13.
Κτίσμα, ατος, τό,
    pr. a thing founded; in N.T., a created being, creature,
	1 Ti. 4.4. Ja. 1.18, et al. L.G.
Κτιστής, οῦ, ὁ, v. κτίστης, ου, ὁ,
    a founder; in N.T., a creator, 1 Pe. 4.19. L.G.
Κυβεία, ας, ἡ, (κυβεύω, to play at dice, fr. κύβος, a cube, die)
    pr. dicing; met. sleight, versatile artifice, Eph. 4.14.
Κυβέρνησις, εως, ἡ, (κυβερνάω, to steer, direct)
    government, office of a governor or director;
	meton. a director, 1 Co. 12.28.
Κυβερνήτης, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a pilot, helmsman, Ac. 27.11. Re. 18.17.
Κυκλόθεν,
    adv. around, round about, Re. 4.3, 4, 8; 5.11:
	from
Κύκλος, ου, ὁ,
    a circle; in N.T., κύκλῳ, adverbially, round, round about,
	around, Mar. 3.34; 6.6, 36, et al.:
	whence
Κυκλόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐκύκλωσα,
    to encircle, surround, encompass, come around, Jno. 10.24.
	Ac. 14.20. spc. to besiege, Lu 21.20. He. 11.30. Re. 20.9.
Κύλισμα, ατος, τό,
    pr. a rolling thing; in N.T., a place of rolling or wallowing,
	wallowing-place, 2 Pe. 2.22: (L.G.)
	from
Κυλίω, (a later form from κυλίνδω)
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐκύλῑσα,
    to roll; mid. to roll one's self, to wallow, Mar. 9.20. (ῑ).
Κυλλός, ή, όν,
    pr. crooked, bent; mained, lame, crippled, Mat. 18.8, et al.
Κῦμα, ατος, τό,
    a wave, surge, billow, Mat. 8.24; 14.24, et al.
Κύμβᾰλον, ου, τό, (κύμβος, a hollow)
    a cymbal, 1 Co. 13.1.
Κύμῑνον, ου, τό,
    cumin, cuminum sativum of Linnœus, a plant, a native of
	Egypt and Syria, whose seeds are of an aromatic, warm,
	bitterish taste, with a strong but not disagreeable smell,
	and used by the ancients as a condiment, Mat. 23.23.
Κυνάριον, ίου, το, (dmin. of κύων)
    a little dog; a cur, Mat. 15.26, 27. Mar. 7.27, 28.
Κύπριος, ου, ὁ,
    a Cypriot, an inhabitant of Κύπρος, Cyprus,
	Ac. 4.36; 11.20; 21.16.
Κύπτω,
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔκυψα,
    to bend forwards, stoop down, Mar. 1.7. Jno. 8.6, 8.
Κυρηναῖος, ου, ὁ,
    a Cyrenian, an inhabitant of Κυρήνη, Cyrene,
	Mat. 27.32, et al.
Κυρία, ας, ἡ, (κύριος)
    a lady, 2 Jno. 1, 5.
Κυριακός, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    pertaining to the Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord's,
	1 Co. 11.20. Re. 1.10. N.T.
Κυριεύω,
    f. εύσω, a.1. ἐκυρίευσα,
    to be lord over, to be possessed of master over,
	Ro. 6.9, 14; 7.1; 14.9. 2 Co. 1.24; to exercise sway
	over, Lu. 22.25:
	from
Κύριος, ίου, ὁ
    a lord, master, Mat. 12.8, et al.; an owner, possessor,
	Mat. 20.8, et al.; a potentate, sovereign, Ac. 25.26;
	a power, deity, 1 Co. 8.5; the Lord, Jehovah, Mat. 1.22,
	et al.; the Lord Jesus Christ, Mat. 24.42. Mar. 16.19.
	Lu. 10.1. Jno. 4.1. 1 Co. 4.5, et al. freq.; Κύριε,
	a term of respect of various force, Sir, Lord, Mat. 13.27.
	Ac. 9.6, et al. freq.:
	whence
Κυριότης, τητος, ἡ,
    lordship; constituted authority, Eph. 1.21. 2 Pe. 2.10.
	Ju. 8; pl. authorities, potentates, Col. 1.16. N.T.
Κυρόω, ῶ, (κῦρος, authority, confirmation)
    f. ώσω, p. κεκύρωκα,
    to confirm, ratify, Ga. 3.15; to assure, 2 Co. 2.8.
Κύων, κυνός, ὁ, ἡ,
    a dog, Lu. 16.21. 2 Pe. 2.22; met. a dog, a religious
	corrupter, Phi. 3.2; miscreant, Re. 22.15.
Κῶλον, ου, τό,
    a member or limb of the body, He. 3.17.
Κωλύω,
    f. ύσω, a.1. ἐκώλῡσα, a.1. pass. ἐκωλύθην (ῡ),
    to hinder, restrain, prevent, Mat. 19.14. Ac. 8.36.
	Ro. 1.13, et al.
Κώμη, ης, ἡ,
    a village, a country town, Mat. 9.35; 10.11.
	Lu. 8.1, et al.
Κωμόπολις, εως, ἡ, (κώμη & πόλις)
    a large village, open town, Mar. 1.38. L.G.
Κῶμος, ου, ὁ,
    pr. a festive procession, a merry-making; in N.T.,
	a revel, lascivious feasting, Ro. 13.13. Ga. 5.21. 1 Pe. 4.3.
Κώνωψ, ωπος, ὁ,
    a gnat, culex, which is found in wine when acescent,
	Mat. 23.24.
Κωφός, ή, όν,
    pr. blunt, dull, as a weapon; dull of hearing, deprived
	of hearing, deaf, Mat. 11.5. Mar. 7.32, 37. Lu. 7.22;
	dumb, mute, Mat. 9.32, 33, et al.; meton. making dumb,
	causing dumbness, Lu. 11.14.

Λ, λ, Λάμβδα

Λαγχάνω,
    f. Λήξομαι, p. εἴληχα, p.2. λέλογχα, a.2. ἔλᾰχον,
    to have assigned to one, to obtain, receive, Ac. 1.17.
	2 Pe. 1.1; to have fall to one by lot, Lu. 1.9;
	absol. to cast lots, Jno. 19.24
Λάθρα, (λανθάνω)
    adv. secretly, Mat. 1.19; 2.7, et al.
Λαίλαψ, ᾰπος, ἡ
    a squall of wind, a hurricane, Mar. 4.37, et al.
Λακτίζω, (λάξ, with the heel)
    f. ίσω,
    to kick, Ac. 9.5; 26.14.
Λαλέω, ῶ
    f. ήσω, p. λελάληκα, a.1. ἐλάλησα,
    to make vocal utterance; to babble, to talk; in N.T.,
	absol., to exercise the faculty of speech, Mat. 9.33, et al.;
	to speak, Mat. 10.20, et al.; to hold converse with, to talk
	with, Mat. 12.46. Mar. 6.50. Re. 1.12, et al.; to discourse,
	to make an address, Lu. 11.37. Ac. 11.20; 21.39, et al.;
	to make an announcement, to make a declaration, Lu. 1.55, et al.;
	to make mention, Jno. 12.41. Ac. 2.31. He. 4.8. 2 Pe. 3.16;
	trans., to speak, address, preach, Mat. 9.18. Jno. 3.11.
	Tit. 2.1, et al.; to give utterance to, to utter, Mar. 2.7.
	Jno. 3.34, et al.; to tell, recount, Mat. 26.13, et al.;
	to declare, announce, reveal, Lu. 24.25, et al.; to disclose,
	2 Co. 12.4.
Λαλιά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    talk; in N.T., matter of discourse, Jno. 4.42; 8.43; language,
	dialect, Mat. 26.73. Mar. 14.70.
Λαμά v. Λαμμᾶ (Heb. למה)
    for what? why? wherefore? Mat. 27.46. Mar. 15.34.
Λαμβάνω,
    f. λήψομαι, p. εἴληφα, a.2. ἔλᾰβον, a.1. pass. ἐλήφθην,
    to take, take up, take in the hand, Mat. 10.38; 13.31, 33, et al.;
	to take on one's self, sustain, Mat. 8.17; to take, seize, seize
	upon, Mat. 5.40; 21.34. Lu. 5.26. 1 Co. 10.13, et al.; to catch,
	Lu 5.5. 2 Co. 12.16; to assume, put on, Phi. 2.7; to make a
	rightful or successful assumption of, Jno. 3.27; to conceive,
	Ac. 28.15; to take by way of provision, Mat. 16.5; to get, get
	together, Mat. 16.9; to receive as payment, Mat. 17.24. He. 7.8;
	to take to wife, Mar. 12..19; to admit, give reception to,
	Jno. 6.21; 2 Jno. 10; met. to give mental reception to,
	Jno. 3.11, et al.; to be simply recipient of; to receive,
	Mat. 7.8 Jno. 7.23, 39; 19.30. Ac. 10.43; in N.T.,
	λαμβάνειω πεῖραν, to make encounter of a matter of difficulty
	or trail, He. 11.29, 36;
	λαμβάνειν ἀρχή, to begin, He. 2.3;
	λαμβάνειν συμβούλιον, to take counsel, consult, Mat. 12.14;
	λαμβάνειν λήθην, to forget, 2 Pe. 1.9;
	λαμβάνειν ὑπόμνησιν, to recollect, recall to mind, 2 Ti. 1.5.;
	λαμβάνειν περιτομήν, to receive circumcision, be circumcised,
	Jno. 7.23;
	λαμβάνειν καταλλαγήν, to be reconciled, Ro. 5.11;
	λαμβάνειν κρίμα, to receive condemnation or punishment,
	be punished, Mar. 12.40; fr. the Heb. πρόσωπον
	λαμβάνειν, to accept the person of any one, to show partiality
	towards, Lu. 20.21.
Λαμμᾶ,
    see λαμά.
Λαμπάς, άδος, ἡ, (λάμπω)
    a light, Ac. 20.8; a lamp, Re. 4.5; a portable lamp, lantern,
	or flambeau, Mat. 25.1, 3, 4, 7, 8. Jno. 18.3.
Λαμπρός, ά, όν, (λάμπω)
    bright, resplendent, Re. 22.16; clear, pellucid, Re. 22.1;
	white, glishtering, Ac. 10.30. Re. 15.6; of a bright colour,
	gaudy, Lu. 23.11; by impl. splendid, magnificent, sumptuous,
	Ja. 2.2, 3. Re. 18.14:
	whence
Λαμπρότης, τητος, ἡ,
    brightness, splendour, Ac. 26.13.
Λαμπρῶς,
    adv. splendidly; magnificently, sumptuously, Lu. 16.19.
Λάμπω,
    f. ψω & ψομαι, a.1. ἔλαμψα,
    to shine, give light, Mat. 5.15, 16; 17.2. Lu. 17.24, et al.
Λανθάνω,
    f. λήσω, a.2. ἔλᾰθον, p. λέληθα,
    to be unnoticed; to escape the knowledge or observation
	of a person, Ac. 26.26. 2 Pe. 3. 5, 8;
	absol. to be concealed, escape detection, Mar. 7.24. Lu. 8.47;
	with a participle of another verb, to be unconscious of an
	action while the subject or object of it, He. 13.2.
Λαξευτός, ή, όν, (λᾶς, a stone, & ξέω, to cut, hew)
    cut in stone, hewn out of stone or rock, Lu. 23.53. S.
Λαοδῐκεύς, έως, ὁ,
    a Laodicean, an inhabitant of Λαοδίκεια, Laodicea,
	Col. 4.16. Re. 3.14.
Λαός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a body of people; a concourse of people, a multitude,
	Mat. 27.25. Lu. 8.47, et al.; the common people,
	Mat. 26.5, et al.; a people, nation, Mat. 2.4. Lu. 2.32.
	Ti. 2.14, et al.; ὁ λαός, the people of Israel, Lu. 2.10.
Λάρυγξ, υγγος, ὁ,
    the throat, gullet, Ro. 3.13.
Λάσκω,
    f. λᾱκήσω, a.1. ἐλάκησα,
    pr. to emit a sound, ring; hence, to break with a sharp noise;
	to burst, Ac. 1.18.
Λᾱτομέω, ῶ, (λᾶς, a stone, & τέμνω)
    f. ήσω, p. λελατόμηκα, a.1. ἐλατόμησα,
    to hew stones; to cut out of stone, hew from stone,
	Mat. 27.60. Mar. 15.46. L.G.
Λατρεία, ας, ἡ,
    service, servitude; religious service, worship, Jno. 16.2.
	Ro. 9.4; 12.1. He. 9.1, 6:
	from
Λατρεύω, (λάτρις, a servant)
    f. εύσω, a.1. ἐλάτρευσα,
    to be a servant, to serve, Ac. 27.23; to render religious
	service and homage, worship, Mat. 4.10. Lu. 1.74;
	spc. to offer sacrifices, present offerings, He. 8.5; 9.9.
Λάχᾰνον, ου, τό, (λαχαίνω, to dig)
    a garden herb, vegetable, Mat. 13.32. Lu. 11.42. Ro. 14.2.
Λεγεών, ῶνος, ὁ, (Lat. legio)
    a Roman legion; in N.T., legion used indefinitely for a
	great number, Mat. 26.53. Mar. 5.9, 15. Lu. 8.30.
Λέγω,
    f. ξς,
    to say, Mat. 1.20, et al. freq.; to speak, make an address
	or speech, Ac. 26.1; to say mentally, in thought, Mat. 3.9.
	Lu. 3.8; to say in written language, Mar. 15.28. Lu. 1.63.
	Jno. 19.37, et al.; to say, as distinguished from acting,
	Mat. 23.3; to mention, speak of, Mar. 14.71. Lu. 9.31.
	Jno. 8.27; to tell, declare, narrate, Mat. 21.27. Mar 10.32;
	to express, He. 5.11; to put forth, propound, Lu. 5.36; 13.6.
	Jno. 16.29; to mean, to intend to signify, 1 Co. 1.12; 10.29;
	to say, declare, affirm, maintain, Mat. 3.9; 5.18. Mar. 12.18
	Ac. 17.7; 26.22. 1 Co. 1.10, et al.; to enjoin, Ac. 15.24; 21.21.
	Ro. 2.22; to term designate, call, Mat. 19.17. Mar. 12.37.
	Lu. 20.37; 23.2. 1 Co. 8.5, et al.; to call by a name,
	Mat. 2.23, et al.; pass. to be further named, to be surnamed,
	Mat. 1.16, et al.; to be explained, interpreted, Jno. 4.25; 20.16, 24;
	in N.T., σὺ λέγεις, thou sayest, a form of affirmative answer
	to a question, Mat. 27.11. Mar. 15.2. Jno. 18.37.
Λεῖμμα, ατος, τό, (λείπω)
    pr. a remnant; in N.T., a small residue, Ro. 11.5.
Λεῖος, εία, εῖον,
    smooth, level, plain, Lu. 3.5.
Λείπω,
    f. ψω, a.2. ἔλῐπον,
    trans. to leave, forsake; pass. to be left, deserted;
	by impl. to be destitute of, deficient in, Ja. 1.4, 5; 2.15;
	intrans. to fail, be wanting, be deficient, Lu. 18.22, et al.
Λειτουργέω, ῶ, (λειτουργός)
    f. ησω, p. λελειτούργηκα,
    pr. to perform some public service at one's own expense;
	in N.T., to officiate as a priest, He. 10.11; to minister
	in the Christian church, Ac. 13.2; to minister to, assist,
	succour, Ro. 15.27.
Λειτουργία, ας, ἡ, (fr. same)
    pr. a public service discharged by a citizen at his own expense;
	in N.T., a sacred ministration, Lu. 1.23. Phi. 2.17. He. 8.6; 9.21;
	a kind office, aid, relief, 2 Co. 9.12. Phi. 2.30.
Λειτουργικός, ή, όν,
    ministering; engaged in subordinate service, He. 1.14: (S)
	from
Λειτουργος, οῦ, ἱ (λεῖτος, public, & ἔργον)
    pr. a person of property who performed a public duty or
	service to the state at his own expense; in N.T., a minister
	or servant, Ro. 13.6, et al.; one who ministers relief,
	Phi. 2.25.
Λέντιον, ίου, τό, (Lat. linteum)
    a coarse cloth, with which servants were girded, a towel,
	napkin, apron. Jno. 13.4, 5.
Λεπίς, ίδος, ἡ,
    a scale, shell, rind, crust, incrustation, Ac. 9.19:
	whence
Λέπρα, ας, ἡ,
    the leprosy, Mat. 8.3. Mar. 1.42. Lu. 5.12, 13.
Λεπρός, οῦ, ὁ, (fr. same)
    leprous; a leper, Mat. 8.2; 10.8, et al.
Λεπτόν, οῦ, τό, (λεπτός, thin, fine, small)
    a mite, the smallest Jewish coin, equal to half a κοδράντης,
	and consequently to about three-eighths of a farthing,
	Mar. 12.42, et al.
Λευΐτης, ου, ὁ,
    a Levite, one of the posterity of Λευΐ, Levi, Lu. 10.32.
	Jno. 1.19. Ac. 4.36:
	whence
Λευϊτικός, ή, όν,
    Levitical, pertaining to the Levites, He. 7.11.
Λευκός, ή, όν,
    pr. light, bright; white, Mat. 5.36; 17.2, et al.; whitening,
	growing white, Jno. 4.35.
Λέων, οντος, ὁ,
    a lion, He. 11.33. 1 Pe. 5.8, et al.; met. a lion, cruel
	adversary, tyrant, 2 Ti. 4.17; a lion, a hero, deliverer,
	Re. 5.5.
Λήθη, ης, ἡ (λανθάνω)
    forgetfulness, oblivion, 2 Pe. 1.9.
Ληνός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ,
    pr. a tub, trough; a wine-press, into which grapes were
	cast and trodden, Re. 14.19, 20; 19.15; a wine-vat,
	i.q. ὑπολήνιον, the lower vat into which the juice of
	the trodden grapes flowed, Mat. 21.33.
Λῆρος, ου, ὁ,
    idel talk; an empty tale, Lu. 24.11.
Λῃστής, οῦ, ὁ, (ληίζομαι, ληίς, plunder)
    a plunderer, robber, highwayman, Mat. 21.13; 26.55.
	Mar. 11.17. Lu. 10.30. 2 Co. 11.26, et al.; a bandit,
	brigand, Mat. 27.38, 44. Mar. 15.27. Jno. 18.40; trop.
	a robber, rapacious imposter, Jno. 10.1, 8.
Λῆψις, εως, ἡ (λαμβάνω)
    a taking; receiving, receipt, Phi. 4.15.
Λίαν,
    adv. much, greatly, exceedingly, Mat. 2.16; 4.8; 8.28, et al.
Λιβᾰνός, οῦ, ὁ,
    arbor thurifera, the tree producing frankincense, growing
	in Arabia and Mount Lebanon; in N.T., frankincense, the
	transparent gum which distils from incisions in the tree,
	Mat. 2.11. Re. 18.13:
	whence
Λιβανωτός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ,
    frankincense, in N.T., a censer, Re. 8.3, 5.
Λιβερτπῖνος, ου, ὁ (Lat. libertinus)
    a freed-man, one who having been a slave has obtained
	his freedom, or whose father was a freedman; in N.T.,
	the λιβερτῖνοι probably denote Jews who had been carried
	captive to Rome, and subsequently manumitted, Ac. 6.9.
Λιθάζω, (λίθος)
    f. άσω,
    to stone, pelt or kill with stones,
	Jno. 10.31, 32, 33, et al.
Λίθῐνος, η, ον, (fr. same)
    made of stone, Jno. 2.6, et al.
Λιθοβολέω, ῶ, (λίθος & βάλλω)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐλιθοβόλησα,
    to stone, pelt with stones, in order to kill,
	Mat. 21.35; 23.37, et al. L.G.
Λίθος, ου, ὁ,
    a stone, Mat. 3.9; 4.3, 6, et al.; used figuratively,
	of Christ Eph. 2.20. 1 Pe. 2.6, et al.; of believers,
	1 Pe. 2.5; meton. a tablet of stone, 2 Co. 3.7;
	a precious stone, Re. 4.3, et al.
Λιθόστρωτον, ου, τό, (neut. of λιθόστρωτος, paved with stone,
	λίθος & στρώννυμι)
    a tessellated pavement, Jno. 19.13.
Λικμάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω
    pr. to winnow grain; in N.T., to scatter like chaff,
	Mat. 21.44. Lu. 20.18.
Λῐμήν, ένος, ὁ
    a port, haven, harbour, Ac. 27.8, 12.
Λίμνη, ης, ἡ,
    a tract of standing water; a lake, Lu. 5.1, 2, et al.
Λῑμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    famine, scarcity of food, want of grain, Mat. 24.7;
	famine, hunger, famishment, Lu. 15.17. Ro. 8.35, et al.
Λίνον, ου, τό,
    flax; by meton. a flaxen wick, Mat. 12.20; linen, Re. 15.6.
Λῐπᾰρός, ά, όν, (λίπος, fat, fatness)
    fat; dainty, delicate, sumptuous, Re. 18.14.
Λίτρα, ας, ἡ,
    a pound, libra, equivalent to about twelve ounces a
	voirdupois, Jno. 12.3; 19.39.
Λίψ, Λιβός, ὁ,
    pr. the south-west wind; meton. the south-west quarter
	of the heavens, Ac. 27.12.
Λογία, ας, ἡ, (λέγω, to collect)
    a gathering, collection, 1 Co. 16.1, 2. N.T.
Λογίζομαι, (λόγος)
    f. ίσομαι, a.1. ἐλογισάμην, a.1. pass. ἐλογίσθην,
	f. λογισθήσομαι, p. λελόγισμαι,
    pr. to count, calculate; to count, enumerate, Mar. 15.28. Lu. 22.37;
	to set down as a matter of account, 1 Co. 13.5. 2 Co. 3.5; 12.6;
	to impute, 	Ro. 4.3. 2 Co. 5.19. 2 Ti. 4.16, et al.;
	to account, Ro. 2.26; 8.36;
	εἰς οὐδὲν λογισθῆναι, to be set at nought, despised, Ac. 19.27;
	to regard, deem, consider, Ro. 6.11; 14.14. 1 Co. 4.1.
	2 Co. 10.2. Phi. 3.13;
	to infer, conclude, presume, Ro. 2.3; 3.28; 8.18.
	2 Co. 10.2, 7, 11. He. 11.19.
	1 Pe. 5.12; to think upon, ponder, Phi. 4.8;
	absol. to reason, Mar. 11.31. 1 Co. 13.11.
Λογικός, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    pertaining to speech; pertaining to reason; in N.T.,
	rational, spiritual, pertaining to the mind and soul,
	Ro. 12.1. 1 Pe. 2.2.
Λόγιον, ίου, τό, (fr. same)
    an oracle, a divine communication or revelation,
	Ac. 7.38. Ro. 3.2, et al.
Λόγιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (fr. same)
    gifted with learning or eloquence, Ac. 18.24.
Λογισμός, οῦ, ὁ, (λογίζομαι)
    pr. a computation, act of computing; a thought, cogitation,
	Ro. 2.15; a conception, device, 2 Co. 10.5.
Λογομᾰχέω, ῶ, (λόγος & μάχομαι)
    f. ήσω,
    to contend about words; by impl. to dispute about trivial
	things, 2 Ti. 2.14: (N.T.)
	whence
Λογομαχία, ας, ἡ,
    contention or strife about words; by impl. a dispute
	about trivial things, unprofitable controversy, 1 Ti. 6.4. N.T.
Λόγος, ου, ὁ, (λέγω)
    a word, a thing uttered, Mat. 12.32, 37. 1 Co. 14.19;
	speech, language, talk, Mat. 22.15. Lu. 20.20. 2 Co. 10.10.
	Ja. 3.2; converse, Lu. 24.14; mere talk, wordy show,
	1 Co. 4.19, 20. Col. 2.23. 1 Jno. 3.18; language, mode
	of discourse, style of speaking, Mat. 5.37. 1 Co. 1.17.
	1 Th. 2.5; a saying, a speech, Mar. 7.29. Eph. 4.29;
	an expression, form of words, formula, Mat. 26.44.
	Ro. 13.9. Ga. 5.14; a saying, a thing propounded in discourse,
	Mat. 7.24; 19.11. Jno. 4.37; 6.60. 1 Ti. 1.15, et al.; a message,
	announcement, 2 Co. 5.19; a prophetic announcement, Jno. 12.38;
	an account, statement, 1 Pe. 3.15; a story, report, Mat. 28.15.
	Jno. 4.39; 21.23; 2 Th. 2.2; a written narrative, a treatise,
	Ac. 1.1; a set discourse, Ac. 20.7; doctrine, Jno. 8.31, 27.
	2 Ti. 2.17; subject-matter, Ac. 15.6; reckoning, account,
	Mat. 12.36; 18.23; 25.19. Lu. 16.2 Ac. 19.40; 20.24. Ro. 9.28.
	Phi. 4.15, 17. He. 4.13; a plea, Mat. 5.32. Ac. 19.38;
	a motive, Ac. 10.29; reason, Ac. 18.14;
	ὁ λόγος, the word of God, especially in the gospel,
	Mat. 13.21, 22. Mar. 16.20. Lu. 1.2. Ac. 6.4, et al.;
	ὀ λόγος, the divine Word, or Logos, Jno. 1.1.
Λόγχη, ης, ἡ,
    pr. the head of a javelin; a spear, lance, Jno. 19.34.
Λοιδορέω, ῶ, (λοίδορος)
    f. ήσω,
    to revile, rail at, Jno. 9.28. Ac. 23.4, et al.
Λιοδορία, ας, ἡ,
    reviling, railing; 1 Ti. 5.14. 1 Pe. 3.9:
	from
Λοίδορος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    reviling, railing; as subst. a reviler, railer,
	1 Co. 5.11; 6.10.
Λοιμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a pestilence, plague, Mat. 24.7. Lu. 21.11;
	met. a pest, pestilent fellow, Ac. 24.5.
Λοιπός, ή, όν, (λείπω)
    remaining; the rest, remainder, Mat. 22.6, et al.;
	as an adv. τοῦ λοιποῦ, henceforth, Ga. 6.17;
	τὸ λοιπόν, v. λοιπόν, henceforwards, thenceforwards,
	Mat. 26.45. 2 Ti. 4.8. Ac. 27.20, et al.; as to the rest,
	besides, 1 Co. 1.16; finally, Eph. 6.10, et al.;
	ὅ δὲ λοιπόν, cæterum, but, now, 1 Co. 4.2.
Λουτρόν, οῦ, τό,
    a bath, water for bathing; a bathing, washing, ablution,
	Ep. 5.26. Tit. 3.5.
	from
Λούω,
    f. σω, a.1. ἔλουσα, p. pass. λέλουμαι,
    pr. to bathe the body, as distinguished from washing
	only the extremities, Jno. 13.10; to bathe, wash,
	Ac. 9.37; 16.33. He. 10.23. 2 Pe. 2.22;
	met. to cleanse from sin, Re. 1.5.
Λυκαονιστί,
    adv. in the dialect of Λυκαονία, Lycaonia, Ac. 14.11.
Λύκος, ου, ὁ,
    a wolf, Mat. 10.16. Lu. 10.3. Jno. 10.12;
	met. a person of wolf-like character, Mat. 7.15. Ac. 20.29.
Λυμαίνομαι, (λύμν, outrage)
    f. οῦμαι,
    to outrage, violently maltreat; in N.T., to make havock of, Ac. 8.3.
Λυπέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. λελύπηκα, a.1. ἐλύπησα,
    to occasion grief or sorrow to, to distress, 2 Co. 2.2, 5; 7.8;
	pass. to be grieved, pained, distressed, sorrowful,
	Mat. 17.23; 19.22, et al.; to aggrieve, cross, vex, Eph. 4.30;
	pass. to feel pained, Ro. 14.15:
	from
Λύπη, ης, ἡ,
    pain, distress, Jno. 16.21; grief, sorrow, Jno. 16.6, 20, 22, et al.;
	meton. cause of grief, trouble, affliction, 1 Pe. 2.19.
Λύσις, εως, ἡ, (λύω)
    a loosing; in N.T., a release from the marriage bond,
	a divorce, 1 Co. 7.27.
Λυσιτελέω, ῶ, (λύω, to pay, & τέλος, an impost)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to compensate for incurred expense;
	by impl. to be advantageous to, to profit, advantage;
	impers. Lu. 17.2.
Λύτρον, ου, τό (λύω, to pay quittance)
    pr. price paid; a ransom, Mat. 20.28. Mar. 10.45:
	whence
Λυτρόω, ῶ
    f. ώσω,
    to release for a ransom; mid. to ransom, redeem; deliver,
	liberate, Lu. 24.21. Tit. 2.14. 1 Pe. 1.18:
	whence
Λύτρωσις, εως, ἡ,
    redemption, He. 9.12; liberation, deliverance,
	Lu. 1.68; 2.38. L.G.
Λυτρωτής, ου, ὁ,
    a redeemer; a deliverer, Ac. 7.35. S.
Λυχνία, ας, ἡ,
    a candlestick, lampstand, Mat. 5.15, et al.;
	met. a candlestick as a figure of a Christian church,
	Re. 1.12, 13, 20; of a teacher or prophet, Re. 11.4: (L.G.)
	from
Λύχνος,
    a light, lamp, candle, &c. Mat. 5.15. Mar. 4.21, et al.;
	met. a lamp, as a figure of a distinguished teacher, Jno. 5.35.
Λύω,
    f. ύσω, p. λέλῠκα, a.1. ἔλῡσα, p. pass. λέλῠμαι,
	a.1. pass. ελύθην, (ῠ),
    to loosen, unbind, unfasten, Mar. 1.7, et al.;
	to loose, untie, Mat. 21.2. Jno. 11.44; to disengage,
	1 Co. 7.27; to set free, set at liberty, deliver, Lu. 13.16;
	to break, Ac. 27.41. Re. 5.2, 5; to break up, dismiss,
	Ac. 13.43; to destroy, demolish, Jno. 2.19. Ep. 2.14; met.
	to infringe, Mat. 5.19. Jno. 5.18; 7.23; to make void,
	nullify, Jno. 10.35; in N.T., to declare to be lawful and
	allowable, or, to admit to privileges, Mat. 16.19, et al.

Μ, μ, Μῦ

Μαγεία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. the system of the magians; magic, Ac. 8.11:
	from
Μαγεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to be a magian; to use magical arts, practise magic,
	sorcery, &c. Ac. 8.9:
	from
Μάγος, ου, ὁ, (Pers. mogh, Heb. מג akin to μέγας, magnus)
    a magus, sage of the magian religion, magian, Mat. 2.1, 7, 16;
	a magician, sorcerer, Ac. 13.6, 8.
Μαθητεύω,
    f. εύσω, a.1. ἐμαθήτευσα,
    intrans. to be the disciple of, follow as a disciple,
	Mat. 27.57; in N.T., trans. to make a disciple of, to
	train in discipleship, Mat. 28.19. Ac. 14.21;
	pass. to be trained, disciplined, instructed, Mat. 13.52: (L.G.)
	from
Μαθητής, οῦ, ὁ, (μανθάνω)
    a disciple, Mat. 10.24, 42, et al.:
	whence
Μαθήτρια, ας, ἡ,
    a female disciple, a female Christian, Ac. 9.36.
Μαίνομαι,
    f. μανήσομαι & μανοῦμαι, p. μέμηνα,
    to be disordered in mind, mad, Jno. 10.20, et al.
Μακαρίζω,
    f. ίσω, At. ιῶ,
    to pronounce happy, felicitate, Lu. 1.48. Ja. 5.11:
	from
Μακάριος, ία, ιον, (μάκαρ, idem)
    happy, blessed, Mat. 5.3, 4, 5, 7. Lu. 1.45, et al.
Μακαρισμός, οῦ, ὁ, (μακαρίζω)
    a calling happy, the act of pronouncing happy, felicitation,
	Ro. 4.6, 9; self-congratulation, Ga. 4.15.
Μάκελλον, ου, τό, (Lat. macellum)
    a place where all kinds of provisions are exposed to sale,
	provision mart, shambles, 1 Co. 10.25.
Μακράν, (acc. fem. of μακρός)
    adv. far, far off, at a distance, far distant, Mat. 8.30.
	Mar. 12.34, et al.; met. οἱ μακράν, remote, foreign, alien,
	Ep. 2.13, 17.
Μακρόθεν, (fr. same)
    adv. far off, at a distance, from afar, from a distance,
	Mar. 8.3; 11.13; preceded by ἀπό, in the same sense, Mat. 26.58.
Μακροθῡμέω, ῶ, (μακρόθυμος, μακρός & θυμός)
    f. ήσω,
    to be slow towards, be long enduring; to exercise
	patience, be long suffering, clement, or indulgent,
	to forbear, Mat. 18.26, 29. 1 Co. 13.4. 1 Th. 5.14.
	2 Pe. 3.9; to have patience, endure patiently,
	wait with patient expectation, He. 6.15. Ja. 5.7, 8;
	to bear long with entreaties for deliverance and
	avengement, Lu. 18.7:
	whence
Μακροθυμία, ας, ἡ,
    patience; patient enduring of evil, fortitude, Col. 1.11;
	slowness of avenging injuries, long suffering, forbearance,
	clemency, Ro. 2.4; 9.22. 2 Co. 6.6; patient expectation,
	He. 6.12, et al.
Μακροθύμως,
    adv. patiently, with indulgence, Ac. 26.3.
Μακρός, ά, όν, (μῆκος)
    long; of space, far, distant, remote, Lu. 15.13; 19.12;
	of time, of long duration; prolix, Mat. 23.13. Mar. 12.40.
	Lu. 20.47.
Μακροχρόνιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (μακρός & χρόνος)
    of long duration; long-lived, Ep. 6.3. L.G.
Μαλακία, ας, ἡ,
    softness; languor, indisposition, weakness, infirmity of
	body, Mat. 4.23, et al.;
	from
Μαλᾰκός, ή, όν,
    soft, soft to the touch, delicate, Mat. 11.8. Lu. 7.25;
	met. cinædus, an instrument of unnatural lust, effeminate,
	1 Co. 6.9.
Μάλιστα, (superlat. of μάλα, very, much)
    adv. most, most of all, chiefly, especially,
	Ac. 20.38; 25.26, et al.
Μᾶλλον, (comparat. of μάλα)
    adv. more, to a greater extent, in a higher degree,
	Mat. 18.13; 27.24. Jno. 5.18. 1 Co. 14.18, et al.;
	rather, in preference, Mat. 10.6. Eph. 4.28, et al.;
	used in a periphrasis for the comparative, Ac. 20.35, et al.;
	as an intensive with a comparative term, Mat. 6.26.
	Mar. 7.36. 2 Co. 7.13. Phi. 1.23; μᾶλλον δέ, yea rather,
	Ro. 8.34. Ga. 4.9. Eph. 5.11.
Μάμμη, & μάμμα, ης, ἡ,
    a mother; later, a grandmother, 2 Ti. 1.5.
Μαμμωνᾶς, v. Μαμωνᾶς, ᾶ, ὁ, (Aram. ממון)
    wealth, riches, Lu. 16.9, 11; personified, like the
	Greek Πλοῦτος, Mammon, Mat. 6.24. Lu. 16.13.
Μανθάνω,
    f. μαθήσομαι, a.2. ἔμᾰθον, p. μεμάθηκα,
    to learn, be taught, Mat. 9.13; 11.29; 24.32; to learn
	by practice or experience, acquire a custom or habit,
	Phi. 4.11. 1 Ti. 5.4, 13; to ascertain, be informed,
	Ac. 23.27, et al.; to understand, comprehend, Re. 14.3.
Μανία, ας, ἡ, (μαίνομαι)
    madness, insanity, Ac. 26.24.
Μάννα, τό, (Heb. מן, Exod. 16.15.)
    manna, the miraculous food of the Israelites while in
	the desert, Jno. 6.31, 49, 58, et al.
Μαντεύομαι, (μάντις, a soothsayer, diviner)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to utter oracles, to divine, Ac. 16.16
Μαραίνω,
    f. ανῶ, a.1. pass. ἐμαράνθην,
    to quench, cause to decay, fade, or wither;
	pass. to wither, waste away;
	met. to fade away, disappear, perish, Ja. 1.11.
Μαρὰν ἀθά, (Aram. מרן אתא)
    i.q. κύριος ἔρχεται, the Lord cometh,
	or will come to judgment, 1 Co. 16.22.
Μαργαρίτης, ου, ὁ, (μάργαρος)
    a pearl, Mat. 7.6; 13.45, 46, et al. (ῑ).
Μάρμᾰρος, ου, ὁ, (μαρμαίρω, to glisten, shine)
    a white glistening stone, marble, Re. 18.12.
Μαρτῠρέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. μεμαρτύρηκα, a.1. ἐμαρτύρησα,
    trans. to testify, depose, Jno. 3.11, 32. 1 Jno. 1.2.
	Re. 1.2; 22.20; absol. to give evidence, Jno. 18.23;
	to bear testimony, testify, Lu. 4.22. Jno. 1.7, 8, et al.;
	to bear testimony in confirmation, Ac. 14.3; to declare
	distinctly and formally, Jno. 4.44; pass. to be the
	subject of testimony, to obtain attestation to character,
	Ac. 6.3; 10.22. 1 Ti. 5.10. He. 11.2, 4; mid., equivalent
	to μαρτύρομαι, to make a solemn appeal, Ac. 26.22. 1 Th. 2.12.
Μαρτυρία, ας, ἡ,
    judicial evidence, Mar. 14.55, 56, 59. Lu. 22.71; testimony
	in general, Tit. 1.13. 1 Jno. 5.9; testimony, declaration
	in a matter of fact or doctrine, Jno. 1.19; 3.11. Ac. 22.18,
	et al.; attestation to character, Jno. 5.34, 36, et al.;
	reputation, 1 Ti. 3.7.
Μαρτύριον, ίον, τό,
    testimony, evidence, 2 Co. 1.12. Ja. 5.3; testification,
	Ac. 4.33; in N.T., testimony, mode of solemn declaration or
	testification, Mat. 8.4. Lu. 9.5, et al.; testimony, matter
	of solemn declaration, 1 Co. 1.6; 2.1. 1 Ti. 2.6;
	σκηνὴ τοῦ μαρτυρίου, a title of the Mosaic tabernacle,
	Ac. 7.44. Re. 15.5.
Μαρτύρομαι,
    to call to witness; intrans. to make a solemn affirmation
	or declaration, asseverate, Ac. 20.26. Ga. 5.3; to make a
	solemn appearl, Eph. 4.17.
Μάρτυς, ῠρος, ὁ, ἡ,
    a judicial witness, deponent, Mat. 18.16. He. 10.28, et al.;
	generally, a witness to a circumstance, Lu. 24.48. Ac. 10.41,
	et al.; in N.T., a witness, a testifier of a doctrine,
	Re. 1.5; 3.14; 11.3; a martyr, Ac. 22.20. Re. 2.13.
Μασσάομαι, rather μασάομαι, ῶμαι,
    f. ήσομαι,
    to chew, masticate; in N.T., to gnaw, Re. 16.10.
Μαστῑγόω, ῶ, (μάστιξ)
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐμαστίγωσα,
    to scourge, Mat. 10.17; 20.19, et al.; met. to chastise,
	He. 12.6.
Μάστίζω,
    f. ίξω,
    to scourge, Ac. 22.25: (poet. & L.G.)
	from
Μάστιξ, ῑγος, ἡ,
    a scourge, whip, Ac. 22.24. He. 11.36; met. a scourge, pain,
	disease, Mar. 3.10; 5.29, 34. Lu. 7.21.
Μαστός, οῦ, ὁ, (a collateral form of μαζός)
    the breast, pap, Lu. 11.27, et al.
Ματαιολογία, ας, ἡ,
    vain talking, idle disputation, 1 Ti. 1.6: (L.G.)
	from
Ματαιολόγος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (μάταιος & λέγω)
    a vain talker, given to vain talking or trivial disputation,
	Tit. 1.10.
Μάταιος, αία, αιον,
    vain, ineffective, bootless, 1 Co. 3.20; groundless,
	deceptive, fallacious, 1 Co. 15.17; uselesss, fruitless,
	unprofitable, Tit. 3.9. Ja. 1.26; fr. the Heb. erroneous
	in principle, corrupt, perverted, 1 Pe. 1.18; τὰ μάταια,
	superstition, idolatry, Ac. 14.15:
	whence
Ματαιότης, τητος, ἡ,
    vanity, folly, 2 Pe. 2.18; fr. the Heb., religious error,
	Eph. 4.17; false religion, Ro. 8.20. S.
Ματαιόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to make vain; fr. the Heb., pass. to fall into religious
	error, to be perverted, Ro. 1.21. S.
Μάτην,
    adv. in vain, fruitlessly, without profit,
	Mat. 15.9. Mar. 7.7.
Μάχαιρα, ας, ἡ,
    a large knife, poniard; a sword, Mat. 26.47, 51, et al.;
	the sword of the executioner, Ac. 12.2. Ro. 8.35. He. 11.37;
	hence, φορεῖν μάχαιραν, to bear the sword, to have the power
	of life and death, Ro. 13.4; meton. war. Mat. 10.34.
Μάχη, ης, ἡ,
    a fight, battle; in N.T., contention, strife, dispute,
	controversy, 2 Co. 7.5. 2 Ti. 2.23, et al.:
	from
Μάχομαι,
    f. οῦμαι, v. έσομαι,
    to fight, to quarrel, Ac. 7.26; to contend, dispute,
	Jno. 6.52, et al.
Μεγαλαυχέω, ῶ, (μέγας & αὐχέω, to boast)
    f. ήσω,
    to boast, vaunt; to cause a great stir, Ja. 3.5.
Μεγαλεῖος, εία, εῖον, (μέγας)
    magnificent, splendid; τὰ μεγαλεῖα, great things,
	wonderful works, Lu. 1.49. Ac. 2.11:
	whence
Μεγαλειότης, τητος, ἡ,
    majesty, magnificence, glory, Lu. 9.43. Ac. 19.27. 2 Pe. 1.16. S.
Μεγαλοπρεπής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, Ἡ, (μέγας & πρέπω)
    pr. becoming a great man, magnificent, glorious, most
	splendid, 2 Pe. 1.17.
Μεγαλύνω, (μέγας)
    f. υνῶ, a.1. ἐμεγάλῡνα,
    to enlarge, amplify, Mat. 23.5; to manifest in an
	extraordinary degree, Lu. 1.58; to magnify, exalt,
	extol, Lu. 1.46. Ac. 5.13, et al.
Μεγάλως, (μέγας)
    adv. greatly, very much, vehemently, Phi. 4.10.
Μεγαλωσύνη, ης, ἡ,
    greatness, majesty, He. 1.3; 8.1; ascribed majesty,
	Jude 25: (S.) from
Μέγας, μεγάλη, μέγα,
    compar. μείζων, superl. μέγιστος,
    great, large in size, Mat. 27.60. Mar. 4.32, et al.;
	great, much, numerous, Mar. 5.11. He. 11.26;
	great, grown up, adult, He. 11.24;
	great, vehement, intense, Mat. 2.10; 28.8;
	great, sumptuous, Lu. 5.29;
	great, important, weighty, of moment, 1 Co. 9.11; 13.13;
	great, splended, magnificent, Re. 15.3;
	extraordinary, wonderful, 2 Co. 11.15;
	great, solemn, Jno. 7.37; 19.31;
	great in rank, noble, Re. 11.18; 13.16;
	great in dignity, distinguished, eminent, illustrious, powerful,
	Mat. 5.19; 18.1, 4, et al.;
	great, arrogant, boastful, Re. 13.5:
	whence
Μέγεθος, εος, τό,
    greatness, vastness, Eph. 1.19.
Μεγιστᾶνες, ων, οἱ
    great men, lords, chiefs, nobles, princes,
	Mar. 6.21. Re. 6.15; 18.23. L.G.
Μέγιστος, η, ον,
    greatest; pre-eminent, 2 Pe. 1.4.
Μεθερμηνεύω, (μετά & ἑρμηνεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to translate, interpret, Mat. 1.23. Mar. 5.41, et al. L.G.
Μέθη, ης, ἡ, (μέθυ)
    strong drink; drunkenness, Lu. 21.34; a debauch in drinking,
	Ro. 13.13. Ga. 5.21.
Μεθίστημι, later also μεθιστάνω, (ᾰ) (μετά & ἵστημι)
    f. μεταστήσω, a.1. μετέστησα,
    to cause a change of position; to remove, transport,
	1 Co. 13.2; to transfer, Col. 1.13; met. to cause to
	change sides; by impl. to pervert, mislead, Ac. 19.26;
	to remove from office, dismiss, discard, Lu. 16.4. Ac. 13.22.
Μεθοδεία, ας, ἡ, (μεθοδεύω, to trace, investigate; to handle
	methodically; to handle cunningly; fr. μέθοδος, μετά & ὁδός)
    artifice, wile, Ep. 4.14; 6.11. N.T.
Μεθόριον, ου, τό, (neut. from μεθόριος, interjacent, μετά & ὅρος)
    confine, border, Mar. 7.24.
Μεθύσκω, (μέθυ, strong drink)
    f. μεθύσω, a.1. pass. ἐμεθύσθην,
    to inebriate, make drunk; pass. to be intoxicated,
	to be drunk, Lu. 12.45. 1 Th. 5.7, et al.;
	to drink freely, Jno. 2.10.
Μέθῠσος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (μέθυ)
    drunken; a drunkard, 1 Co. 5.11; 6.10.
Μεθύω, (μέθυ)
    to be intoxicated, be drunk, Mat. 24.49, et al. (ῠ).
Μειζότερος, α, ον,
    greater, 3 Jno. 4: double comparat. from
Μείζων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον,
    greater: comparat. of μέγας.
Μέλαν, ᾰνος, τό, (neut. fr. μέλας)
    ink, 2 Co. 3.3. 2 Jno. 12. 3 Jno. 13.
Μέλας, αινα, αν,
    black, Mat. 5.36. Re. 6.5, 12.
Μέλει,
    f. μελήσει, imperf. ἔμελε, imperat. μελέτω,
    impers. verb, there is a care, it concerns, Mat. 22.16.
	Ac. 18.17. 1 Co. 9.9, et al.:
	whence
Μελετάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐμελέτησα,
    to care for; to bestow careful thought upon, to give
	painful attention to, be earnest in, 1 Ti. 4.15;
	to devise, Ac. 4.25; absol. to study beforehand,
	premeditate, Mar. 13.11.
Μέλι, ῐτος, τό,
    honey, Mat. 3.4. Mar. 1.6. Re. 10.9, 10.
Μελίσσιος, ιου, ὁ, ἡ, τόν, -ον, (μέλισσα, a bee, μέλι)
    of bees, made by bees, Lu. 24.42.
Μέλλω,
    f. ήσω, imperf. ἐμελλον, At. ἤμελλον,
    to be about to, be on the point of, Mat. 2.13. Jno. 4.47;
	it serves to express in general a settled futurity,
	Mat. 11.14. Lu. 9.31. Jno. 11.51, et al.; to intend,
	Lu. 10.1, et al.; particip. μέλλων, ουσα, ον, future
	as distinguished from past and present, Mat. 12.32.
	Lu. 13.9, et al.; to be always, as it were, about to do,
	to delay, linger, Ac. 22.16.
Μέλος, εος, τό
    a member, limb, any part of the body, Mat. 5.29, 30.
	Ro. 12.4. 1 Co. 6.15; 12.12, et al.
Μεμβράνα, ης, ἡ, (Lat. membrana)
    parchment, vellum, 2 Ti. 4.13.
Μέμφομαι,
    f. ψομαι, a.1. ἐμεμψάμην,
    to find fault with, blame, censure; to intimate
	dissatisfaction with, He. 8.8; absol. to find fault,
	Ro. 9.19.
Μεμψίμοιρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (μέμψις, a finding fault,
	fr. μέμφομαι, & μοῖρα, a portion, lot)
    finding fault or being discontented with one's lot,
	querulous; a discontented, querulous person, a
	repiner, Jude 16.
Μέν,
    a particle serving to intimate that the term or
	clause with which it is used, stands distinguished
	from another, usually in the sequal, and then mostly
	with δέ correspondent, Mat. 3.11; 9.37. Ac. 1.1;
	ὁ μὲν,—ὁ δὲ, this—that, the one—the other, Phi. 1.16, 17;
	one—another, οἱ μὲν—οἱ δὲ, some—others, Mat. 22.5, 6;
	ὅς μὲν—ὅς δὲ, one—another, pl. some—others, Mat. 13.8; 21.35;
	ἄλλος μὲν—ἄλλος δὲ, one—another, 1 Co. 15.39;
	ὧδε μὲν—ἐκεῖ δὲ, here—there, He. 7.8;
	τοῦτο μὲν—τοῦτο δὲ, partly—partly, He. 10.33, et al. freq.
Μενοῦν, v. μὲν οὖν,
    see οὖν.
Μενοῦνγε, (μέν, οὖν, γε)
    a combination of particles serving to take up what has
	just preceded with either addition or abatedment, like
	the Latin imo; yea indeed, yea truly, yea rather, Lu. 11.28.
	Ro. 9.20; 10.18. Phi. 3.8. N.T.
Μέντοι, (μέν & τοι)
    conj. truly, certainly, sure, Ju. 8; nevertheless, however,
	Jno. 4.27, et al.
Μένω,
    f. μενῶ, p. μεμένηκα, a.1. ἔμεινα,
    to stay, Mat. 26.38. Ac. 27.31; to continue, 1 Co. 7. 11.
	2 Ti. 2.13; to dwell, lodge, sojourn, Jno. 1.39. Ac. 9.43,
	et al.; to remain, Jno. 9.41; to rest, settle,
	Jno. 1.32, 33; 3.36; to last, endure, Mat. 11.23.
	Jno. 6.27. 1 Co. 3.14; to survive, 1 Co. 15.6; to be
	existent, 1 Co. 13.13; to continue unchanged, Ro. 9.11;
	to be permanent, Jno. 15.16. 2 Co. 3.11. He. 10.34; 13.14.
	1 Pe. 1.23; to perservere, be constant, be stedfast,
	1 Ti. 2.15. 2 Ti. 3.14; to abide, to be in close and
	settled union, Jno. 6.56; 14.10; 15.4, et al.; to
	indwell, Jno. 5.38. 1 Jno. 2.14; trans. to wait for,
	Ac. 20.5, 23.
Μερίζω, (μέρις)
    f. ίσω,
    to divide; to divide out, distribute, Mar. 6.41;
	to assign, bestow, Ro. 12.3. 1 Co. 7.17. 2 Co. 10.13.
	He. 7.2; mid. to share, Lu. 12.13; pass. to be subdivided,
	to admit distinctions, 1 Co. 1.13; to be servered by discord,
	be at variance, Mat. 12.35, et al.; to differ, 1 Co. 7.34.
Μέριμνα, ης, ἡ, (μερίζειν τὸν νοῦν, dividing the mind)
    care, Mat. 13.22. Lu. 8.14, et al.; anxious interest,
	2 Co. 11.28:
	whence
Μεριμνάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐμερίμνησα,
    to be anxious, or solicitous, Phi. 4.6; to expend
	careful thought, Mat. 6.27; to concern one's self,
	Mat. 6.25, et al.; to have the thoughts occupied with,
	1 Co. 7.32, 33, 34; to feel an interest in, Phi. 2.20.
Μερίς, ίδος, ἡ,
    a part; a division of a country, district, region, tract,
	Ac. 16.12; met. share, participation, Ac. 8.21. Col. 1.12;
	fellowship, consort, connection, 2 Co. 6.15; a part assigned,
	lot, Lu. 10.42.
Μερισμός, οῦ, ὁ, (μερίζω)
    a dividing, act of dividing, He. 4.12; distribution, gifts
	distributed, He. 2.4.
Μεριστής, οῦ, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a divider; an apportioner, arbitrator, Lu. 12.14. N.T.
Μέρος, εος, τό,
    a part, portion, division, of a whole, Lu. 11.36; 15.12.
	Ac. 5.2. Eph. 4.16, et al.; a piece, fragment, Lu. 24.42.
	Jno. 19.23; a party, faction, Ac. 23.9; allotted portion,
	lot, destiny, Mat. 24.51. Lu. 12.46; a calling, craft,
	Ac. 19.27; a partner's portion, partnership, fellowship,
	Jno. 13.8; pl. μέρη, a local quarter, district, region,
	Mat. 2.22; 16.13. Ac. 19.1. Eph. 4.9, et al.; side of a
	ship, Jno. 21.6; ἐν μέρει, in respect, on the score,
	2 Co. 3.10; 9.3. Col. 2.16. 1 Pe. 4.16; μέρος τι, partly,
	in some part, 1 Co. 11.18; ἀνὰ μέρος, alternately, one
	after another, 1 Co. 14.27; ἀπὸ μέρους, partly, in some
	part or measure, 2 Co. 1.14; ἐκ μέρους, individually,
	1 Co. 12.27; partly, imperfectly, 1 Co. 13.9; κατὰ μέρος,
	particularly, in detail, He. 9.5.
Μεσημβρία, ας, ἡ, (μέσος & ἡμέρα)
    mid-day, noon, Ac. 22.6; meton. the south, Ac. 8.26.
Μεσίασ,
    see Μεσσίας.
Μεσῑτεύω,
    f. εύσω, a.1. ἐμεσίτευσα,
    to perform offfices between two parties; to intervene,
	interpose, He. 6.17; (L.G.)
	from
Μεσίτης, ου, ὁ, (μέσος)
    one that acts between two parties; a mediator, one
	who interposes to reconcile two adverse parties,
	1 Ti. 2.5; an internuncius, one who is the medium of
	communication between two parties, Ga. 3.19, 20.
	He. 8.6, et al. (ῑ). L.G.
Μεσονύκτιον, ίου, τό, (μέσος & νύξ)
    midnight, Lu. 11.5, et al.
Μέσος, η, ον,
    mid, middle, Mat. 25.6. Ac. 26.13; τὸ μέσον, the middle,
	the midst, Mat. 14.24; ἀνὰ μέσον, in the midst;
	fr. the Heb. in, among, Mat. 13.25; between,
	1 Co. 6.5; διὰ μέσου, through the midst of, Lu. 4.30;
	εἰς τὸ μέσον, into, or in the midst, Mar. 3.3. Lu. 6.8;
	ἐκ μέσου, from the midst, out of the way, Col. 2.14. 2 Th. 2.7;
	fr. the Heb from, from among, Mat. 13.49;
	ἐν τῷ μέσῳ, in the midst, Mat. 10.16;
	in the midst, in public, publicly, Mat. 14.6;
	ἐν μέσῳ, in the midst of, among, Mat. 18.20;
	κατὰ μέσον τῆς νυκτὸς, about midnight, Ac. 27.27, et al.
Μεσότοιχον, ου, τό, (μέσος & τοῖχος)
    a middle wall; a partition wall, a barrier, Ep. 2.14. N.T.
Μεσουράνημα, ατος, τό, (μέσος& οὐρανὸς)
    the mid-heaven, mid-air, Re. 8.13, et al. L.G.
Μεσόω, ῶ, (μέσος)
    f. ώσω,
    to be in the middle or midst; to be advanced midway, Jno. 7.14.
Μεσσίας, ου, ὁ, (Heb. משיח, fr. משח, to anoint)
    the Messiah, the Anointed One, i.q. ὁ Χριστός, Jno. 1.42; 4.25.
Μεστός, ή, όν,
    full, full of, filled with, Jno. 19.29, et al.; replete,
	Ro. 1.29; 15.14, et al.:
	whence
Μεστόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to fill; pass. to be filled, be full, Ac. 2.13.
Μετά
    prep., with a genitive, with, together with,
	Mat. 16.27; 12.41; 26.55; with, on the same side
	or party with, in aid of, Mat. 12.30; 20.20; with,
	by means of, Ac. 13.17; with of conflict, Re. 11.7;
	with, among, Lu. 24.5; with, to, towards, Lu. 1.58, 72;
    with an accusative,after, of place, behind, He. 9.3;
	of time, after, Mat. 17.1; 24.29;
    followed by an infin. with the neut. article, after,
	after that, Mat. 26.32. Lu. 22.20.
Μεταβαίνω, (μετά & βαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι, p. μεταβέβηκα, a.2. μετέβην,
    to go or pass from one place to another Jno. 5.24;
	to pass away, be removed, Mat. 17.20; to go away, depart,
	Mat. 8.34; et al.
Μεταβάλλω, (μετά & βάλλω)
    to change; mid. to change one's mind, Ac. 28.6.
Μετάγω, (μετά & ἄγω)
    f. ξω,
    to lead or move from one place to another; to change
	direction, turn about, Ja. 3.3, 4.
Μεταδίδωμι, (μετά & δίδωμι)
    f. δώσω,
    to give a part, to share, Lu. 3.11; to impart, bestow,
	Ro. 1.11; 12.8, et al.
Μετάθεσις, εως, ἡ, (μετατίθημι)
    a removal, translation, He. 11.5; a transmutation,
	change by the abolition of one thing and the substitution
	of another, He. 7.12.
Μεταίρω, (μετά & αἴρω)
    f. αρῶ, a.1. μετῆρα,
    to remove, transfer; in N.T., intrans., to go away,
	depart, Mat. 13.53.
Μετακαλέω, ῶ, (μετά & καλέω)
    f. έσω,
    to call from one place into another; mid. to call or
	send for, invite to come to one's self, Ac. 7.14, et al.
Μετακῑνέω, ῶ, (μετά & κινέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to move away, remove; pass. met. to stir away from, to
	swerve, Col. 1.23.
Μεταλαμβάνω, (μετά & λαμβάνω)
    f. λήψομαι,
    to partake of, share in, Ac. 2.46. 2 Ti. 2.6, et al.;
	to get, obtain, find, Ac. 24.25:
	whence
Μετάληψις, εως, ἡ,
    a partaking of, a being partaken of, 1 Ti. 4.3.
Μεταλλάσσω, (μετά & ἀλλάσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to exchange, change for or into, transmute, Ro. 1.25, 26.
Μεταμέλομαι, (μετά & μέλομαι)
    f. ήσομαι, a.1 μετεμελήθην,
    to change one's judgment on past points of conduct;
	to change one's mind and purpose, He. 7.21; to repent,
	regret, Mat. 21.29, 32; 27.3. 2 Co. 7.8.
Μεταμορφόω, ῶ, (μετά & μορφόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to change the external form, transfigure; mid. to change
	one's form, be transfigured, Mat. 17.2. Mar. 9.2;
	to undergo a spiritual transformation, Ro. 12.2.
	2 Co. 3.18.
Μετανοέω, ῶ, (μετά & νοέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to undergo a change in frame of mind and feeling,
	to repent, Lu. 17.3, 4, et al.; to make a change
	of principle and practice, to reform, Mat. 3.2, et al.:
	whence
Μετάνοια, ας, ἡ,
    a change of mode of thought and feeling, repentance,
	Mat. 3.8. Ac. 20.21. 2 Ti. 2.25, et al.; practical
	reformation, Lu. 15.7, et al.; reversal of the past,
	He. 12.17.
Μεταξύ, (μετά)
    adv. between, Mat. 23.35. Lu. 11.51; 16.26. Ac. 15.9,
	ἐν τῷ μεταξύ, sc. χρόνω, in the mean time, mean while,
	Jno. 4.31; in N.T., ὁ μεταξύ, following, succeeding, Ac. 13.42.
Μεταπέμπω, (μετά & πέμπω)
    f. ψω,
    to send after; mid. to send after or for any one, invite
	to come to one's self, Ac. 10.5, et al.
Μεταστρέφω, (μετά & στρέφω)
    f. ψω, a.2. pass. μεταστράφην,
    to turn about; convert into something else, change,
	Ac. 2.20. Ja. 4.9; by impl. to pervert, Ga. 1.7.
Μετασχηματίζω, (μετά & σχηματίζω, to fashion, σχῆμα)
    f. ίσω, a.1. μετεσχημάτισα,
    to remodel, transfigure, Phi. 3.21; mid. to transform
	one's self, 2 Co. 11.13, 14, 15; to make an imaginary
	transference of circumstances from the parties really
	concerned in them to others, to transfer in imagination,
	1 Co. 4.6.
Μετατίθημι, (μετά & τίθημι)
    f. θήσω, a.1. μετέθηκα, a.1. pass. μετετέθην,
    to transport, Ac. 7.16; to transfer, He. 7.12; to translate
	out of the world, He. 11.5; met. to transfer to other purposes,
	to pervert, Jude 4; mid. to transfer one's self, to change
	over, Ga. 1.6.
Μετέπειτα, (μετά & ἔπειτα)
    adv. afterwards, He. 12.17.
Μετέχω, (μετά & ἔχω)
    f. μεθέξω, p. μετέσχηκα, a.2. μετέσχον,
    to share in, partake, 1 Co. 9.10, 12; 10.17, 21, et al.;
	to be a member of, He. 7.13.
Μετεωρίζω, (μετέωρος, raised from the ground)
    f. ίσω,
    to raise aloft; met. to unsettle in mind; pass. to be excited
	with anxiety, be in anxious suspense, Lu. 12.29.
Μετοικεσία, ας, ἡ, (μετοικέω, to change one's abode, μετά & οἰκέω)
    change of abode or country, migration, Mat. 1.11, 12, 17. L.G.
Μετοικίζω, (μετά & οἰκίζω, to fix in habitation)
    f. ίσω,
    to cause to change an abode, cause to emigrate, Ac. 7.4.
Μετοχή, ῆς, ἡ, (μετέχω)
    a sharing, partaking; communion, fellowship, 2 Co. 6.14.
Μέτοχος, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a partaker, He. 3.1, 14; 12.8; an associate, partner,
	fellow, Lu. 5.7. He. 1.9.
Μετρέω, ῶ, (μέτρον)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐμέτρησα,
    to mete, measure, Mat. 7.2. Re. 11.1, 2, et al.; met.
	to estimate, 2 Co. 10.12:
	whence
Μετρητής, οῦ, ὁ,
    pr. a measurer; also, metretes, Lat. metreta,
	equivalent to the Attic ἀμφορεύς, i.e. three-fourths
	of the Attic μέδιμνος, or Hebrew בת, and therefore equal
	to about nine gallons, Jno. 2.6.
Μετριοπᾰθέω, ῶ, (μέτριος & πάθος)
    f. ήσω,
    to moderate one's passions, to be gentle, compassionate,
	He. 5.2. L.G.
Μετρίως, (μέτριος, μέτρον)
    adv. moderately; slightly; οὐ μετρίως, no little, not a
	little, much, greatly, Ac. 20.12.
Μέτρον, ου, τό,
    measure, Mat. 7.2. Mar. 4.24. Lu. 6.38. Re. 21.17, et al.;
	measure, standard, Eph. 4.13; extent, compass, 2 Co. 10.13;
	allottted measure, specific portion, Ro. 12.3. Eph. 4.7, 16;
	ἐκ μέτρου, by measure, with definite limitation, Jno. 3.34.
Μέτωπον, ου, τό, (μετά & ὤψ)
    forehead, front, Re. 7.3; 9.4, et al.
Μέχρι, & μέχρις before a vowel,
    adv. of place, unto, even to, Ro. 15.19; of time, until,
	till, Mat. 11.23; 13.30, et al.
Μή,
    a particle of negation, not; for the particulars of its usage,
	especially as distinguished from that of οὐ, see the grammars;
	as a conjunction, least, that not, Mat. 5.29, 30; 18.10; 24.6.
	Mar. 13.36; μή, οr μήτι, or μήποτε, prefixed to an interrogrative
	clause is a mark of tone, since it expresses an intimation
	either of the reality of the matters respecting which the
	question is asked, Mat. 12.23, et al.; or the contrary,
	Jno. 4.12, et al.
Μήγε, (μή & γε)
    a strenthened form for μή, Mat. 6.1; 9.17, et al.
Μηδαμῶς, (μηδαμός, i.q. μηδείς)
    adv. by no means, Ac. 10.14; 11.8.
Μηδέ,
    conj. neither and repeated, neither—nor, Mat. 6.25; 7.6; 10.9, 10;
	not even, not so much as, Mar. 2.2, et al.
Μηδείς, μηδεμίᾰ, μηδέν, (μηδέ & εἷς)
    not one, none, no one, Mat. 8.4, et al.
Μηδέποτε, (μηδέ & ποτε)
    not at any time, never, 2 Ti. 3.7.
Μηδέπω, (μηδέ & πω)
    not yet, not as yet, He. 11.7.
Μηκέτι, (μή & ἔτι)
    no more, no longer, Mar. 1.45; 2.2, et al.
Μῆκος, εος, τό,
    length, Ep. 3.18. Re. 21.16:
	whence
Μηκύνω,
    f. υνῶ,
    to lengthen, prolong; mid. to grow up, as plants, Mar. 4.27.
Μηλωτή, ῆς, ἡ, (μῆλον, a sheep)
    a sheepskin, He. 11.37.
Μήν, μηνός, ὁ,
    a month, Lu. 1.24, 26, 36, 53, et al.; in N.T., the new moon,
	the day of the new moon, Ga. 4.10.
Μήν
    a particle occuring in the N.T. only in the combination ἧ μήν. See ἧ.
Μηνύω,
    f. ύσω, p. μεμήνυκα, a.1. ἐμήνυσα,
    to disclose what is secret, Jno. 11.57. Ac. 23.30. 1 Co. 10.28;
	to declare, indicate, Lu. 20.37.
Μήποτε, (μή & ποτε)
    has the same signification and usage as μή; which see;
	He. 9.17. Mat. 4.6. Mat. 13.15; also, whether, Lu. 3.15.
Μήπω, (μή & πω)
    adv. not yet, not as yet, Ro. 9.11. He. 9.8.
Μήπως, (μή & πως)
    conj. lest in any way or means, that in no way, Ac. 27.29.
	Ro. 11.21. 11 Co. 8.9; 9.27, et al.; whether perhaps, 1 Th. 3.5.
Μηρός, οῦ, ὁ,
    the thigh, Re. 19.16.
Μήτε, (μή & τε)
    conj. neither, μήτε—μήτε, v. μὴ—μήτε, v. μηδὲ—μήτε,
	neither—nor, Mat. 5.34, 35, 36. Ac. 23.8. 2 Th. 2.2;
	in N.T., also equivalent to μηδέ, not even,
	not so much as, Mar. 3.20.
Μήτηρ, τέρος, τρός, ἡ,
    a mother, Mat. 1.18; 12.49, 59, et al. freq.;
	a parent city, Ga. 4.26. Re. 17.5.
Μήτι, (μή & τι)
    has the same use as μή in the form εἰ μήτι,
	Lu. 9.13, et al.; also when prefixed to an interrogative
	clause, Mat. 7.16. Jno. 4.29. See μή.
Μήτιγε, (μήτι & γε)
    strengthened for μήτι, surely then, much more then,
	1 Co. 6.3.
Μήτρα, ας, ἡ, (μήτηρ)
    the womb, Lu. 2.23. Ro. 4.19.
Μητραλοίας, v. -λῴας, ου, ὁ,
	(μήτι & ἀλοιάω, poet. for ἀλοάω, to smite)
    a striker of his mother, matricide, 1 Ti. 1.9.
Μία,
    see in εἷς.
Μιαίνω,
    f. ανῶ, a.1. ἐμίηνα & ἐμίᾱνα, p. μεμίαγκα, p. pass. μεμίασμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐμιάνθην,
    pr. to tinge, dye, stain; to pollute, defile, ceremonially,
	Jno. 18.28; to corrupt, deprave, Tit. 1.15. He. 12.15. Jude 8:
	whence
Μίασμα, ατος, τό,
    pollution, moral defilement, 2 Pe. 2.10.
Μιασμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    pollution, defiling, 2 Pe. 2.10. L.G.
Μίγμα, or μῖγμα, ατος, τό,
    a mixture, Jno. 19.39:
	from
Μίγνυμι & νύω,
    f μίξω, a.1. ἔμιξα, p. pass. μέμιγμαι,
    to mix, mingle, Mat. 27.34. Lu. 13.1. Re. 8.7.
Μῑκρός, ό, όν,
    little, small, in size, quantity, &c. Mat. 13.32; small,
	little in age, young, not adult, Mar. 15.40; little, short
	in time, Jno. 7.33; μικρόν, sc. χρόνον, a little while,
	a short time, Jno. 13.33; μετὰ μικρόν, after a little while,
	a little while afterwards, Mat. 26.73; little in number,
	Lu. 12.32; small, little in dignity, low, humble,
	Mat. 10.42; 11.11; μικρόν, as an adv., little, a
	little, Mat. 26.39, et al.
Μίλιον, ίου, τό, (Lat. miliarium)
    a Roman mile, which contained mille passuum, 1000 paces,
	or 8 stadia, i.e. about 1680 English yards, Mat. 5.41. L.G.
Μῑμέομαι, οῦμαι, (μῖμος, an imitator)
    to imitate, follow as an example, strive to resemble,
	2 Th. 3.7, 9, He. 13.7. 3 Jno. 11:
	whence
Μιμητής, οῦ, ὁ,
    an imitator, follower, 1 Co. 4.16. Eph. 5.1, et al.
Μιμνήσκομαι, (mid. of μιμνήσκω, to put in mind, remind)
    a.1. ἐμνήσθην, f. μνησθήσομαι, p. μέμνημαι, with pr. sig.,
    to remember, recollect, call to mind, Mat. 26.75.
	Lu. 1.54, 72; 16.25; in N.T., in a passive sense, to
	be called to mind, be borne in mind, Ac. 10.31.
	Re. 16.19, et al.
Μῑσέω, ῶ (μῖσος, hatred)
    f. ήσω, p. μεμίσηκα, a.1. ἐμίσησα,
    to hate, regard with ill-will, Mat. 5.43, 44; 10.22;
	to detest, abhor, Jno. 3.20. Ro. 7.15; in N.T.,
	to regard with less affection, love less, esteem less,
	Mat. 6.24. Lu. 14.26.
Μισθαποδοσία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. the discharge of wages; requital; reward,
	He. 10.35; 11.26; punishment, He. 2.2:
	from
Μισθαποδότης, ου, ὁ, (μισθός, ἀποδίδωμι)
    a bestower of remuneration, recompenser, rewarder,
	He. 11.6. N.T.
Μίσθιος, ία, ιον,
    hired; as subst. a hired servant, hireling, Lu. 15.17, 19: (L.G.)
	from
Μισθός, οῦ, ὁ
    hire, wages, Mat. 20.8. Ja. 5.4, et al.; reward,
	Mat. 5.12, 46; 6.1, 2, 5, 16, et al.; punishment,
	2 Pe. 2.13, et al.:
	whence
Μισθόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to hire out, let out to hire; mid. to hire, Mat. 20.1, 7:
	whence
Μίσθωμα, ατος, τό,
    hire, rent; in N.T., a hired dwelling, Ac. 28.30.
Μισθωτός, οῦ, τό,
    a hireling, Mar. 1.20. Jno. 10.12, 13.
Μνᾶ, ᾶς, ἡ,
    Lat. mina; a weight equiv. to 100 drachmæ; also a sum,
	equiv. to 100 drachmæ, and the sixtieth part of a talent,
	worth about four pound sterling.
Μνεία, ας, ἡ, (μιμνήσκομαι)
    remembrance, recollection, Ph. 1.3. 1 Th. 3.6. 2 Ti. 1.3;
	mention; μείαν ποιείσθαι, to make mention, Ro. 1.9. Eph. 1.16.
	1 Th. 1.2. Philem. 4.
Μνῆμα, ατος, τό, (μιμνήσκω)
    pr. a memorial, monument; a tomb, sepulchre,
	Mar. 5.5, et al.
Μνημεῖον, ου, τό, (fr. same)
    the same, Mat. 8.28; 23.29, et al.
Μνήμη, ης, ἡ, (fr. same)
    remembrance, recollection; mention; μνήμην ποιεῖσθαι,
	to make mention, 2 Pe. 1.15:
	whence
Μνημονεύω,
    f. εύσω, a.1. ἐμνημόνευσα,
    to remember, recollect, call to mind, Mat. 16.9.
	Lu. 17.32. Ac. 20.31, et al.; to be mindful of,
	to fix the thoughts upon, He. 11.15; to make mention,
	mention, speak of, He. 11.22.
Μνημόσῠνον, ου, τό, (fr. same)
    a record, memorial, Ac. 10.4; honourable remembrance,
	Mat. 26.13. Mar. 14.9.
Μνηστεύω,
    f. εύσω, a.1. pass. ἐμνηστεύθην,
    to ask in marriage; to betroth; pass. to be betrothed,
	affianced, Mat. 1.18. Lu. 1.27; 2.5.
Μογιλάλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (μόγις & λαλέω)
    having an impediment in one's speech, speaking with
	difficulty, a stammerer, Mar. 7.32. (ᾰ). S.
Μόγις, (μόγος, labour, toil)
    adv. with difficulty, scarcely, hardly, Lu. 9.39.
Μόδιος, ου, ὁ, (Lat. modius)
    a modius, a Roman measure for things dry, containing
	16 sextarii, and equivalent to about a peck; in N.T.,
	a corn measure, Mat. 5.15. Mar. 4.21. Lu. 11.33.
Μοιχᾰλίς, ίδος, ἡ, (equiv. to μοιχάς, fem. of μοιχός)
    an adulteress, Ro. 7.3. Ja. 4.4; by meton. an adulterous
	mien, lustful significance, 2 Pe. 2.14; from the Heb.,
	spiritually adulterous, faithless, ungodly, Mat. 12.39; 16.4.
	Mar. 8.38. L.G.
Μοιχάομαι, ῶμαι, (mid. of μοιχάω, to defile a married woman,
	fr. μοιχός)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to commit or be guilty of adultery, Mat. 5.32, et al.
Μοιχεία, ας, ἡ, (μοιχός)
    adultery, Mat. 15.19. Mar. 7.21, et al.
Μοιχεύω,
    f. εύσω, a.1. ἐμοίχευσα,
    trans. to commit adultery with, debauch, Mat. 5.28;
	absol. and mid. to commit adultery, Mat. 5.27.
	Jno. 8.4, et al.; to commit spiritual adultery,
	be guilty of idolatry, Re. 2.22: et al.
Μοιχός, οῦ, ὁ,
    an adulterer, Lu. 18.11. 1 Co. 6.9. He. 13.4. Ja. 4.4.
Μόλις, (μόλος, labour)
    adv. with difficulty, scarcely, hardly, Ac. 14.18; 27.7, 8, 16.
	Ro. 5.7. 1 Pe. 4.18.
Μολύνω,
    f. υνῶ, a.1. ἐμόλῡνα, p. pass. μεμόλυσμαι, a.1. ἐμολύνθην,
    pr. to stain, sully; to defile, contaminate morally, 1 Co. 8.7.
	Re. 14.4; to soil, Re. 3.4:
	whence
Μολυσμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    pollution, 2 Co. 7.1. L.G.
Μομφή, ῆς, ἡ, (μέμφομαι)
    a complaint, cause or ground of complaint, Col. 3.13.
Μονή, ῆς, ἡ, (μένω)
    a stay in any place; an abode, dwelling, mansion, Jno. 14.2, 23.
Μονογενής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (μόνος & γένος)
    only begotten, only born, Lu. 7.12; 8.42; 9.38. He. 11.17;
	by impl. most dear, most beloved, Jno. 1.14, 18; 3.16, 18.
	1 Jno. 4.9.
Μόνον,
    adv. only Mat. 5.47; 8.8; οὐ μόνον—ἀλλὰ καὶ, not only—but also,
	Mat. 21.21. Jno. 5.18; μὴ μόνον—ἀλλὰ, not only—but, Ph. 2.12,
	et al.:
	from
Μόνος, η, ον,
    without accompaniment, alone, Mat. 14.23; 18.15. Lu. 10.40, et al.;
	singly existent, sole, only, Jno. 17.3, et al.;
	lone, solitary, Jno. 8.29; 16.32;
	alone in respect of restriction, only, Mat. 4.4; 12.4, et al.;
	alone in respect of circumstances, only, Lu. 24.18;
	not multiplied by reproduction, lone, barren, Jno. 12.24.
Μονόφθαλμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (μόνος & ὀφθαλμός)
    one-eyed; deprived of an eye, Mat. 18.9. Mar. 9.47.
Μονόω, ῶ, (μόνος)
    f. ώσω, p. pass. μεμόνωμαι,
    to leave alone; pass. to be left alone, be lone, 1 Ti. 5.5.
Μορφή, ῆς, ἡ,
    form, Mar. 16.12. Phi. 2.6, 7:
	whence
Μορφόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. pass. ἐμορφώθην,
    to give shape to, mould, fashion, Ga. 4.19:
	whence
Μόρφωσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. a shaping, moulding; in N.T., external form, appearance,
	2 Ti. 3.5; a settled form, prescribed system, Ro. 2.20.
Μοσχοποιέω, ῶ, (μόσχος & ποιέω)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐμοσχοποίησα,
    to form an image of a calf, Ac. 7.41. N.T.
Μόσχος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    pr. a tender branch, shoot; a young animal; a calf, young
	bullock, Lu. 15.23, 27, 30. He. 9.12, 19. Re. 4.7.
Μουσικός, ή, όν, (μοῦσα, a muse, song, music)
    pr. devoted to the arts of the Muses; a musician; in N.T.,
	perhaps, a singer, Re. 18.22.
Μόχθος, ου, ὁ,
    wearisome labour, toil, travail, 2 Co. 11.27.
	1 Th. 2.9. 2 Th. 3.8.
Μυελός, οῦ, ὁ,
    marrow, He. 4.12.
Μυέω, ῶ, (μύω, to shut the mouth)
    f. ήσω, p. pass. μεμύημαι,
    to initiate, instruct in the sacred mysteries; in N.T.
	pass., to be disciplined in a practical lesson, to learn
	a lesson, Phi. 4.12.
Μῦθος, ου, ὁ,
    a word, speech, a tale; a fable, figment, 1 Ti. 1.4, et al.
Μυκάομαι, ῶμαι,
    to low, bellow, as a bull; also, to roar, as a lion, Re. 10.33.
Μυκτηρίζω, (μυκτήρ, the nose)
    f. ίσω,
    to contract the nose in contempt and derision,
	toss up the nose; to mock, deride, Ga. 6.7.
Μυλικός, ή, όν, (μύλη, a mill)
    of a mill, belonging to a mill, Mar. 9.42.
Μύλος, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a mill-stone, Mat. 18.6, et al.:
	whence
Μυλών, ῶνος, ὁ,
    a mill-house, a place where the grinding of corn
	was performed, Mat. 24.41.
Μυριάς, άδος, ἡ, (μυρίος, innumerable)
    a myriad, ten thousand, Ac. 19.19; indefintely,
	a vast multitude, Lu. 12.1. Ac. 21.20, et al.
Μυρίζω, (μύρον)
    f. ίσω,
    to anoint, Mar. 14.8.
Μυρίοι, αι, α, (μυρίος, innumerable)
    indefinitely, a great number, 1 Co. 4.15; 14.19;
	specifically, μύριοι, a myriad, ten thousand, Mat. 18.24.
Μύρον, ου, τό,
    pr. aromatic juice which distils from trees; ointment,
	unguent, usually perfumed, Mat. 26.7, 12. Mar. 14.3, 4, et al.
Μυστήριον, ίου, τό, (μύστης, an initiated person, μυέω)
    a matter to the knowledge of which initiation is necessary;
	a secret which would remain such but for revelation,
	Mat. 13.11. Ro. 11.25. Col. 1.26, et al.; a concealed
	power or principle, 2 Th. 2.7; a hidden meaning of a
	symbol, Re. 1.20; 17.7.
Μυωπάζω, (μύω, to shut, close, & ὤψ)
    f. άσω,
    pr. to close the eyes, contract the eyelids, wink; to be
	nearsighted, dimsighted, purblind, 2 Pe. 1.9.
Μώλωψ, ωπος, ὁ,
    the mark of a blow; a stripe, a wound, 1 Pe. 2.24.
Μωμάομαι, ῶμαι,
    f. ήσομαι, a.1. pass. ἐμωμήθην,
    to find fault with, censure, blame, 2 Co. 8.20;
	passively, 2 Co. 6.3:
	from
Μῶμος, ου, ὁ,
    blame, ridicule; a disgrace to society, a stain, 2 Pe. 2.13.
Μωραίνω, (μωρός)
    f. ανῶ, a.1. ἐμώρᾱνα,
    to be foolish, play the fool; in N.T., trans. to make
	foolish, convict of folly, 1 Co. 1.20; pass. to be
	convicted of folly, to incur the character of folly,
	Ro. 1.22; to be rendered insipid, Mat. 5.13. Lu. 14.34.
Μωρία, ας, ἡ, (fr. same)
    foolishness, 1 Co. 1.18, 21, 23, et al.
Μωρολογία, ας, ἡ, (μωρός & λόγος)
    foolish talk, Ep. 5.4.
Μωρός, ά, όν,
    foolish, Mat. 7.26; 23.17, 19. 2 Ti. 2.23, et al.;
	fr. the Heb. a fool, a wicked, impious man, Mat. 5.22.

Ν, ν, Νῦ

Ναζαρηνός, οῦ, ὁ, v. Ναζωραῖος, ου, ὀ
    a Nazarene, an inhabitant of Ναζαρέθ, Nazareth,
	Mat. 2.23. Jno. 1.47; et al.
Ναί,
    a particle, used to strengthen an affirmation, verily,
	Re. 22.20; to make an affirmation, or express an assent,
	yea, yes, Mat. 5.37. Ac. 5.8, et al.
Ναός, οῦ, ὁ (ναίω, to dwell)
    pr. a dwelling; the dwelling of a deity, a temple,
	Mat. 26.61. Ac. 7.48, et al.; used figuratively of
	individuals, Jno. 2.19. 1 Co. 3.16, et al.; spc. the
	cell of a temple; hence, the Holy Place of the Temple of
	Jerusalem, Mat. 23.35. Lu. 1.9, et al.; a model of a temple,
	a shrine, Ac. 19.24.
Νάρδος, ου, ὁ, (Heb. נרד)
    spikenard, andropogon nardus of Linn., a species of
	aromatic plant with grassy leaves and a fibrous root,
	of which the best and strongest grows in India; in N.T.,
	oil of spikenard, an oil extracted from the plant,
	which was highly prized and used as an ointment either
	pure or mixed with other substances, Mar. 14.3. Jno. 12.3.
Ναυᾱγέω, ῶ, (ναῦς & ἄγνυμι, to break)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐναυάγησα,
    to make shipwreck, be shipwrecked, 2 Co. 11.25. 1 Ti. 1.19.
Ναύκληρος, ου, ὁ, (ναῦς & κλῆρος)
    the master or owner of a ship, Ac. 27.11.
Ναῦς, νεώς, ἡ, (νέω, to swim)
    a ship, vessel, Ac. 27.41:
	whence
Ναύτης, ου, ὁ,
    a shipman, sailor, seaman, Ac. 27.27, 30. Re. 18.17.
Νεᾱνίας, ου, ὁ, (νεάν, idem, fr. νέος)
    a young man, youth, Ac. 20.9; 23.17, 18, 22,
	used of one who is in the prime and vigour of life,
	Ac. 7.58.
Νεᾱνίσκος, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a young man, youth, Mar. 14.51; 16.5, et al.;
	used of one in the prime of life, Mat. 19.20, 22;
	νεαωίσκοι, soldiers, Mar. 14.51.
Νεκρός, ά, όν, (νέκυς, a dead body)
    dead, without life, Mat. 11.5; 22.31;
	met. νεκρός τινι, dead to a thing, no longer devoted to,
	or under the influence of a thing, Ro. 6.11; in the sense
	of vain, fruitless, powerless, inefficacious, Ja. 2.17, 20, 26;
	morally or spiritually dead, sinful, vicious, impious,
	Ro. 6.13. Ep. 5.14; obnoxious to death, mortal, Ro. 8.10;
	met. and including the idea of future punishment and misery,
	Ep. 2.1, 5. Col. 2.13; causing death and misery, fatal,
	having a destructive power, He. 6.1; 9.14, et al.:
	whence
Νεκρόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐνέκρωσα,
    pr. to put to death, kill; in N.T. met. to deaden,
	mortify, Col. 3.5; pass. to be rendered impotent,
	effete, Ro. 4.19. He. 11.12: (L.G.)
	whence
Νέκρωσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. a putting to death; dying, abandonment to death,
	2 Co. 4.10; deadness, impotency, Ro. 4.19. L.G.
Νέος, α, ον,
    recent, new fresh, Mat. 9.17. 1 Cor. 5.7. Col. 3.13.
	He. 12.24; young, youthful, Tit. 2.4, et al.:
	whence
Νεοσσός, οῦ, ὁ,
    the young of birds, a young bird, youngling, chick, Lu. 2.25.
Νεότης, ητος, ἡ (νέος)
    youth, Mat. 19.20. Ac. 26.4, et al.
Νεόφῠτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (νέος & φύω)
    newly or recently planted; met. a neophyte, one newly
	implanted into the Cchristian Church, a new convert,
	1 Ti. 3.6. S.
Νεύω,
    f. νεύσω, a.1. ἔνευσα,
    to nod; to intimate by a nod or significant gesture,
	Jno. 13.24. Ac. 24.10.
Νεφέλη, ης, ἡ,
    a cloud, Mat. 17.5; 24.30; 26.64, et al.
Νέφος, εος, τό,
    a cloud; trop. a cloud, a throng of persons, He. 12.1.
Νεφρός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a kidney; pl. νεφροί, the kidneys, reins; fr. the Heb.
	put for the inmost mind, the most secret thoughts, desires,
	and affections, Re. 2.23.
Νεωκόρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ναός, At. νεώς & κορέω, to sweep clean)
    pr. one who sweeps or cleanses a temple; generally,
	one who has the charge of a temple, ædituus; in N.T.,
	a devotee city, as having specially dedicated a temple
	to some deity, Ac. 19.35.
Νεωτερικός, ή, όν,
    juvenile, natural to youth, youthful, 2 Ti. 2.22. (L.G.)
	from
Νεώτερος, α, ον, (campar. of νέος)
    younger, more youthful, Lu. 15.12, 13, et al.
Νή,
    a particle used in affirmative oaths,by, 1 Co. 15.31.
Νήθω, (νέω, idem)
    f. νήσω,
    to spin, Mat. 6.28. Lu. 12.27.
Νηπιάζω,
    f. άσω,
    to be childlike, 1 Co. 14.20:
	from
Νήπιος, ίου, ὁ, (νή & ἔπος)
    pr. not speaking, infans; an infant, babe, child,
	Mat. 21.16. 1 Cor. 13.11; one below the age of manhood,
	a minor, Ga. 4.1; met. a babe in knowledge, unlearned,
	simple, Mat. 11.25. Ro. 2.20.
Νησίον, ου, τό,
    a small island, Ac. 27.16: dimin. of
Νῆσος, ου, ἡ, (νέω, to swim)
    an island, Ac. 13.6; 27.26, et al.
Νηστεία, ας, ἡ,
    fasting, want of food, 2 Co. 6.5; 11.27; a fast religious
	abstenence from food, Mat. 17.21. Lu. 2.37, et al.;
	spc. the annual public fast of the Jews, the great day
	of atonement, occurring in the month Tisri, corresponding
	to the new moon of October, Ac. 27.9:
	from
Νηστεύω,
    f. εύσω, a.1. ἐνήστευσα,
    to fast, Mat. 4.2; 6.16, 17, 18; 9.15, et al.:
	from
Νῆστις, ιος, εως, & ιδος, ὁ, ἡ, (νή & ἐσθίω)
    fasting, Mat. 15.32. Mar. 8.3.
Νηφάλιος, and later νηφαλέος, ίου, ὁ, ἡ.
    sober, temperate, abstinent in respect to wine, &c.; in N.T. met.,
	vigilant, circumspect, 1 Ti. 3.2, 11. Tit. 2.2:
	from
Νήφω,
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔνηψα,
    to be sober, not intoxicated; in N.T. met., to be vigilant,
	circumspect, 1 Th. 5.6, 8, et al.
Νῑκάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. νενίκηκα, a.1. ἐνίκησα,
    to conquer, overcome, vanquish, subdue, Lu. 11.22. Jno, 16.33;
	absol. to overcome, prevail, Re. 5.5; to come off superior
	in a judicial cause, Ro. 3.4:
	from
Νίκη, ης, ἠ,
    victory; meton. a victorious principle, 1 Jno. 5.4.
Νῖκος, εος, τό (a later equiv. to νίκη)
    victory, Mat. 12.20. 1 Co. 15.54, 55, 57.
Νιπτήρ, ῆρος,
    a basin for washing some part of the person, Jno. 13.5: (N.T.)
	from
Νίπτω, (a from of later use for νίζω)
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔνιψα,
    to wash; spc. to wash some part of the person,
	as distingushed from λούω, Mat. 6.17. Jno. 13.8, et al.
Νοέω, ῶ, (νόος)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐνόησα,
    to percieve, observe; to mark attentively,
	Mat. 24.15. Mar. 13.14. 2 Ti. 2.7; to understand,
	comprehend, Mat. 15.17, et al.; to conceive, Eph. 3.20:
	whence
Νοήμα, ατος, τό,
    the mind, the understanding, intellect, 2 Co. 3.14; 4.4;
	the heart, soul, affections, feeling, disposition, 2 Co. 11.3;
	a conception of the mind, thought, purpose, device,
	2 Co. 2.11; 10.5.
Νόθος, ου, ὀ, ἡ,
    spurious, bastard, He. 12.8.
Νομή, ῆς, ἡ, (νέμω)
    pasture, pasturage, Jno. 10.9; ἔχειν νομήν, to eat its way,
	spread corrosion, 2. Ti. 2.17.
Νομίζω, (νόμος)
    f. ίσω, p. νενόμικα, a.1. ἐνόμισα,
    to own as settled and established; to deem, 1 Co. 7.26.
	1 Ti. 6.5; to suppose, presume, Mat. 5.17; 20.10.
	Lu. 2.44, et al.; pass. to be usual, customary, Ac. 16.13.
Νομικός, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    pertaining to law; relating to the Mosaic law, Tit. 3.9;
	as subst. one skilled in law, a jurist, lawyer, Tit. 3.13;
	spc. an interpreter and teacher of the Mosaic law,
	Mat. 22.35, et al.
Νομιμῶς, (fr. same)
    adv. lawfully, agreeably to law or custom, rightfully,
	1 Ti. 1.8. 2 Ti. 2.5.
Νόμισμα, ατος, τό, (νομίζω)
    pr. a thing sanctioned by law or custom; lawful money,
	coin, Mat. 22.19.
Νομοδιδάσκᾰλος, ου, ὁ, (νόμος & διδάσκαλος)
    a teacher and interpreter of the Mosaic law,
	Lu. 5.17, et al. N.T.
Νομοθεσία, ας, ἡ,
    legislation; ἠ νομοθεσια, the gift of the divine Law, or,
	the Mosaic Law itself, Ro. 9.4:
	from
Νομοθετέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to impose a law, give laws; in N.T., pass. to have a law
	imposed on one's self, receive a law, He. 7.11;
	to be enacted, constitued, He. 8.6:
	from
Νομοθέτης, ου, ὁ, (νόμος & τίθημι)
    a legislator, lawgiver, Ja. 4.12.
Νόμος, ου, ὁ, (νέμω)
    a law, Ro. 4.15. 1 Ti. 1.9; the Mosaic law, Mat. 5.14, et al. freq.;
	the Old Testament Scripture, Jno. 10.34; a legal tie, Ro. 7.2, 3;
	a law, a rule, standard, Ro. 3.27; a rule of life and conduct,
	Ga. 6.2. Ja. 1.25.
Νοσέω, ῶ, (νόσος)
    f. ήσω,
    to be sick; met. to have a diseased appetite or craving of a
	thing, have an excessive and vicious fondness for a thing,
	to dote, 1 Ti. 6.4:
	whence
Νόσημα, ατος, τό,
    disease, sickness, Jno. 5.4.
Νόσος, ου, ἡ,
    a disease, sickness, distermper,
	Mat. 4.23, 24; 8.17; 9.35, et al.
Νοσσιά, ᾶς, ἡ, (contr. for νεοσσιά, fr. νεοσσός)
    a brood of young birds, Lu. 13.34.
Νοσσίον, ου, τό, (contr. for νεοσσίον, dim. from νεοσσός)
    the young of birds, a chick; pl. a brood of young birds,
	Mat. 23.37.
Νοσσός, οῦ, ὁ, (contr. for νεοσσός)
    a young bird, v.r. Lu. 2.24.
Νοσφίζω, (νόσφι, apart, separate)
    f. ίσω,
    to deprive, rob; mid. to appropriate; to make secret
	reservation, Ac. 5.2, 3; to purloin, Tit. 2.10.
Νότος, ου, ὁ,
    the south wind, Lu. 12.55. Ac. 27.13; meton. the south,
	the southern quarter of the heavens, Mat. 12.42.
	Lu. 11.31; 13.29. Re. 21.13.
Νουθεσία, ας, ἡ,
    warning, admonition, 1 Co. 10.11. Ep. 6.4. Tit. 3.10:
	from
Νουθετέω, ῶ, (νοῦς & τίθημι)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to put in mind; to admonish, warn, Ac. 20.31.
	Ro. 15.14, et al.
Νουμηνία, ας, ἡ, (contr. for νεομηνία, νέος & μήν)
    the new moon, Col. 2.16.
Νουνεχῶς, (νουνεχής, νοῦς & ἔχω)
    adv. understanding, sensibly, discreetly, Mar. 12.34.
Νοῦς, νοῦ, & in N.T. νοός, dat. νοί, ὁ, (contr. for νόος)
    the mind, intellect, 1 Co. 14.14, 15, 19; understanding,
	intelligent faculty, Lu. 24.45;
	intellect, judgment, Ro. 7.23, 25;
	opinion, sentiment, Ro. 14.5. 1 Co. 1.10;
	mind, thought, conception, Ro. 11.34. 1 Co. 2.16. Phi. 4.7;
	settled state of mind, 2 Th. 2.2;
	frame of mind, Ro. 1.28; 12.2. Col. 2.18. Eph. 4.23,
	1 Ti. 6.5. 2 Ti. 3.8. Tit. 1.15.
Νύμφη, ης, ἡ,
    a bride, Jno. 3.29. Re. 18.23; 21.2, 9; 22.17;
	opposed to πενθερά, a daughter-in-law, Mat. 10.35. Lu. 12.53:
	whence
Νυμφίος, ου, ὁ,
    a bridegroom, Mat. 9.15; 25.1, 5, 6, 10, et al.
Νυμφών, ῶνος, ὁ,
    a bridal chamber, in N.T., υἱοὶ τοῦ νυμφῶνος,
	sons of the bridal chamber, the bridegroom's attendant,
	friends, bridemen, perhaps the same as the Greek παρανύμφιοι,
	Mat. 9.15. Mar. 2.19. Lu. 5.34. L.G.
Νῦν, & νυνί,
    adv. now, at the present time, Mar. 10.30. Lu. 6.21, et al. freq.;
	just now, Jno. 11.8, et al.; forthwith, Jno. 12.31; καὶ νῦν,
	even now, as matters stand, Jno. 11.22; now, expressive of a
	marked tone of address, Ac. 7.34; 13.11. Ja. 4.13; 5.1; τό νῦν,
	the present time, Lu. 1.48, et al.; τανῦν, or τὰ νῦν, now,
	Ac. 4.29, et al.
Νύξ, νυκτός, ἡ,
    night, Mat. 2.14; 28.13. Jno. 3.2; met. spiritual night,
	moral darkness, Ro. 13.12. 1 Th. 5.5.
Νύσσω, v. ττω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ἔνυξα,
    to prick, pierce, Jno. 19.34.
Νυστάζω, (νεύω)
    f. σω & ξω,
    to nod; to nod in sleep; to sink into a sleep, Mat. 25.5;
	to slumber in inactivity, 2 Pe. 2.3.
Νυχθήμερον, ου, τό, (νύξ & ἡμέρα)
    a day and night, twenty-four hours, 2 Co. 11.25. L.G.
Νωθρός, ά, όν,
    slow, sluggish; untoward, He. 5.11; 6.12.
Νῶτος, ου, ὁ,
    the back of men or animals, Ro. 11.10.

Ξ, ξ, Ξῖ

Ξενία, ας, ἡ (ξένος)
    pr. state of being a guest; then, the reception of a
	guest or stranger, hospitality; in N.T., a lodging,
	Ac. 28.23. Phile. 22.
Ξενίζω (fr. same)
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐξένισα,
    to receive as a guest, entertain, Ac. 10.23; 28.7. He. 13.2;
	pass. to be entertained as a guest, to lodge or reside with,
	Ac. 10.6, 18, 32; 21.16; to strike with a feeling of strangeness,
	to surprie; pass. or mid. to be struck with surprise, be staggered,
	be amazed, 1 Pe. 4.4, 12; intrans. to be strange; ξενίζοντα,
	strange matters, novelties, Ac. 17.20.
Ξενοδοχέω, ῶ, (ξενοδόχος, ξένος & δέχομαι)
    f. ήσω,
    to receive and entertain strangers, exercise
	hospitality, 1 Ti. 5.10.
Ξένος, η, ον,
    adj. strange, foreign; alien, Ep. 2.12, 19;
	strange, unexpected, surprising, 1 Pe. 4.12;
	novel, He. 13.9; subst. a stranger, Mat. 25.35, et al.;
	a host, Ro. 16.23.
Ξέστης, ου, ὁ,
    (Lat. sextus, v. sextarius) a sextarius, a Roman
	measure containing about one pint English; in N.T.
	used for a small vessel, cup, pot, Mar. 7.4, 8.
Ξηραίνω,
    f. ανῶ, a.1. ἐξήρᾱνα, p. pass. ἐξήραμμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐξηαάνθην,
    to dry up, parch, Ja. 1.11; pass. to be parched,
	Mat. 13.6, et al.; to be ripened as corn, Re. 14.15;
	to be withered, to wither, Mar. 11.20; of parts of the body,
	to be withered, Mar. 3.1, 3; to pine, Mar. 9.18:
	from
Ξηρός, ά, όν,
    dry, withered, Lu. 23.31; ἡ ξηρά, sc. γῆ, the dry land,
	land, Mat. 23.15. He. 11.29; of parts of the body,
	withered, tabid, Mat. 12.10.
Ξύλῐος, ίνη, ίνον,
    wooden, of wood, made of wood, 2 Ti. 2.20. Re. 9.20:
	from
Ξύλον, ου, τό,
    wood, timber, 1 Co. 3.12. Re. 18.12; stocks, Ac. 16.24;
	a club, Mat. 26.47, 55; a post, cross, gibbet,
	Ac. 5.30; 10.39; 13.29; a tree, Lu. 23.31. Re. 2.7.
Ξυράω, (ξυρόν, a razor)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐξύρησα, p. pass. ἐξύρημαι,
    to cut off the hair, shear, shave, Ac. 21.24. 1 Co. 11.5, 6.

Ο, ο, Ὄ μῑκρόν

Ὁ, ἡ, τό,
    the prepositive article, answering, to a considerable extent,
	to the English definite article: but, for the principle and
	facts of its usage, see the Grammars;
	ὁ μὲν—ὁ δὲ, the one—the other, Ph. 1.16, 17.
	He. 7.5, 6, 20, 21, 23, 24;
	pl. some—others, Mat. 13.23; 22.5, 6,;
	ὁ δὲ, but he, Mat. 4.4; 12.48;
	οἱ δὲ, but others, Mat. 28.17, et al.;
	used, in a poetic quotation, for a personal pronoun,
	Ac. 17.28.
Ὀγδοήκοντα, οἱ, αἱ, τά,
    indecl., eighty, Lu. 2.37; 16.7:
	from
Ὄγδοος, η, ον, (ὀκτώ)
    the eighth, Lu. 1.59. Ac. 7.8, et al.
Ὄγκος, ου, ὁ,
    pr. bulk, weight; a burden, impediment, He. 12.1.
Ὅδε, ἥδε, τόδε, (ὁ, ἡ, τό & δε)
    demon. pron. this, that, he, she, it,
	Lu. 10.39; 16.25. Ac. 15.23, et al.
Ὁδεύω, (ὁδός)
    f. εύσω,
    to journey, travel, Lu. 10.33.
Ὁδηγέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to lead, guide, Mat. 15.14. Lu. 6.39. Re. 7.17;
	met. to instruct, teach, Jno. 16.13. Ac. 8.31:
	from
Ὁδηγός, οῦ, ὁ, (ὁδός & ἡγέομαι)
    a guide, leader, Ac. 1.16; met. an instructor,
	teacher, Mat. 15.14; 23.16, 24. Ro. 2.19.
Ὁδοιπορέω, ῶ, (ὁδός & πόρος)
    to journey, travel, Ac. 10.9:
	whence
Ὁδοιπορία, ας, ἡ,
    a journey, journeying, travel, Jno. 4.6. 2 Co. 11.26.
Ὁδός, οῦ, ἡ,
    a way, road, Mat. 2.12; 7.13, 14; 8.28; 22.9, 10;
	means of access, approach, entrance, Jno. 14.6. He. 9.8;
	direction, quarter, region, Mat. 4.15; 10.5; the act of
	journeying, a journey, way, course, Mat. 10.10. Mar. 2.23.
	1 Th. 3.11, et al.; a journey, as regards extent,
	Ac. 1.12; met. a way, systematic course of pursuit,
	Lu. 1.79. Ac. 2.28; 16.17; a way, systematic course of
	action or conduct, Mat. 21.32. Ro. 11.33. 1 Co. 4.17,
	et al.; a way, system of doctrine, Ac. 18.26;
	ἡ ὁδός, the way, the Christian faith, Ac. 19.9, 23; 24.22.
Ὀδούς, ὀδόντος, ὁ,
    a tooth, Mat. 5.38; 8.12, et al.
Ὀδυνάω, ῶ,
    to pain either bodily or mentally; pass. to be in
	an agony, be tormented, Lu. 2.48; 16.24, 25;
	to be distressed, grieved, Ac. 20.38:
	from
Ὀδύνη, ης, ἡ,
    pain of body or mind; sorry, grief, Ro. 9.2. 1 Ti. 6.10. (ῠ).
Ὀδυρμός, οῦ, ὁ, (ὀδύρομαι, to lament, bewail)
    bitter lamentation, wailing, Mat. 2.18; meton.
	sorrow, mourning, 2 Co. 7.7.
Ὄζω,
    f. ὀζήσω, & ὀζέσω,
    to smell, emit an odour; to have an offensive smell,
	stink, Jno. 11.39.
Ὅθεν,
    adv. whence, Mat. 12.44. Ac. 14.26; from the place where,
	Mat. 25.24, 26; whence, from which circumstance, 1 Jno. 2.18;
	wherefore, whereupon, Mat. 14.7.
Ὀθόην, ης, ἡ,
    pr. fine linen; a linen cloth; a sheet, Ac. 10.11; 11.5:
	whence the dimin.
Ὀθόνιον, ου, τό,
    a linen cloth; in N.T., a swath, bandage for a corpose,
	Lu.24.12. et al.
Οἶδα,
    2 p. from absol. εἴδω, with the sense of the present,
	plup. ἤδειν, imper. ἴσθι, subj. εἰδώ, opt. εἰδείην,
	imf. εἰδέναι, part. εἰδώς, f. εἴσομαι, & εἰδήσω,
    to know, Mat. 6.8, et al.; to know how, Mat. 7.11, et al.;
	fr. Heb. to regard with favour, 1 Thess. 5.12.
Οἰκεῖος, εία, εῖον, (οἶκος)
    belonging to a house, domestic; pl. members of a family,
	immediate kin, 1 Ti. 5.8; members of a spiritual family,
	Eph 2.19; members of a spiritual brotherhood, Ga. 6.10.
Οἰκέτης, ου, ὁ,
    pr. an inmate of a house; a domestic servant, household slave,
	Lu. 16.13. Ac. 10.7. Ro. 14.4. 1 Pe. 2.18:
	from
Οἰκέω, ῶ, (οἶκος)
    f. ήσω,
    to dwell in, inhabit, 1 Ti. 6.16; intrans. to dwell,
	live; to cohabit, 1 Co. 7.12, 13; to be indwelling,
	indwell, Ro. 7.17, 18, 20; 8.9, 11. 1 Co. 3.16:
	whence
Οἰκημα, ατος, τό,
    a dwelling; used in various conventional senses, and
	among them, a prison, Ac. 12.7.
οἰκητήριον,
    a habitation, dwelling, abode, Jude 6; trop. the abode
	of the soul, the bodily frame, 2 Co. 5.2.
Οἰκία, ας, ἡ, (οἶκος)
    a house, dwelling, abode, Mat. 2.11; 7.24, 27, et al.;
	trop. the abode of the soul, the body, 2 Co. 5.1;
	meton. a household, family, Mat. 10.13; 12.25;
	meton. goods, property, means, Mat. 23.13. et al.:
	whence
Οἰκιᾰκός, οῦ, ὁ,
    belonging to a house; pl. the members of a household or
	family, kindred, Mat. 10.25, 36. L.G.
Οἰκοδεσποτέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to be master of a household; to occupy one's self
	in the management of a household, 1 Ti. 5.14: (L.G.)
	from
Οἰκοδεσπότης, ου, ὁ, (οἶκος & δεσπότης)
    the master or head of a house or family,
	Mat. 10.25; 13.27, 52, et al. L.G.
Οἰκοδομέω, ῶ, (οἰκοδόμος)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ᾠκοδόμησα, p. pass. ᾠκοδόμημαι,
    to build a house; to build, Mat. 7.24, et al.;
	to repair, embellish, and amplify a building, Mat. 23.29, et al.;
	met. to contribute to advancement in religious knowledge,
	to edify, 1 Co. 14.4, 17; to advance a person's spiritual
	condition, to edify, 1 Co. 8.1, et al; pass.to make
	spiritual advancement, be edified, Ac. 9.31;
	to advance in presumption, be emboldened, 1 Co. 8.10.
Οἰκοδομή, ῆς, ἡ,
    pr. the act of building; a building, structure,
	Mat. 24.1, et al.; in N.T., a spiritual structure, as
	instanced in the Christian body, 1 Co. 3.9. Eph. 2.21;
	religious advancement, edification, Ro. 14.19.
	1 Co. 14.3, et al. L.G.
Οἰκοδομία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. a building of a house; met. spiritual advancement,
	edification, v.r. 1 Ti. 1.4.
Οἰκοδόμος, ου, ὁ, (οἶκος & δέμω)
    a builder, architect, v.r. Ac. 4.11.
Οἰκονομέω, ῶ, (οἰκονόμος)
    f. ήσω,
    to manage a household; to manage the affairs of any one,
	be steward, Lu. 16.2:
	whence
Οἰκονομία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. the management of a household; a stewardship,
	Lu. 16.2, 3, 4; in N.T., an apostolic stewardship,
	a ministerial commission in the publication and
	furtherance of the Gospel, 1 Co. 9.17. Eph. 1.10; 3.2.
	Co. 1.25; or, on arranged plan, a scheme, Eph. 1.10;
	a due discharge of a commission, 1 Ti. 1.4.
Οἰκονόμος, ου, ὁ,
    the manager of a household; a steward,
	Lu. 12.42; 16.1, 3, 8. 1 Co. 4.2; a manager,
	trustee, Ga. 4.2; a public steward, treasurer,
	Ro. 16.23; a spiritual steward, the holder of a
	commission in the service of the Gospel,
	1 Co. 4.1. Tit. 1.7. 1 Pe. 4.10.
Οἶκος, ου, ὁ,
    a house, dwelling, Mat. 9.6, 7. Mar. 2.1, 11; 3.20, et al.;
	place of abode, seat, site, Mat. 23.38. Lu. 13.35;
	met. a spiritual house or structure, 1 Pet. 2.5;
	meton. a household, family, Lu. 10.5; 11.17;
	a spiritual household 1 Ti. 3.15. He. 3.6; family,
	lineage, Lu. 1.27, 69; 2.4; fr. the Heb. a people,
	nation, Mat. 10.6; 15.24.
Οἰκουμένη, ης, ἡ, (pr. fem. part. pass of οἰκέω)
    scil. γῆ, the habitable earth, world, Mat. 24.14.
	Ro. 10.18. He. 1.6, et al.; used, however, with
	various restriction of meaning, according to the
	context, Lu. 2.1. Ac. 17.6, et al.;
	meton. the inhabitants of the earth, the whole
	human race, mankind, Ac. 17.31; 19.27. Re. 3.10.
Οἰκουργός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, (οἶκος & ἔργον)
    one who is occupied in domestic affairs, v.r. Tit. 2.5. N.T.
Οἰκουρός, οῦ, ὁ, Ἡ, (οἶκος & οὖρος, a watcher)
    pr. a keeper or guard of a house; a home-keeper,
	stay-at-home, domestic, Tit. 2.5.
Οἰκτείρω, later(οἶκτος, compassion)
    f. ήσω,
    to compassionate, have compassion on, exercise grace
	or favour towards, Ro. 9.15:
	whence
Οἰκτιρμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    compassion; kindness in relieving sorrow and want,
	Ph. 2.1. Col. 3.12; favour, grace, mercy, Ro. 12.1. 2 Co. 1.3.
Οἰκτίρμων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ,
    compassionate, merciful, Lu. 6.36. Ja. 5.11.
Οἰνοπότης, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (οἶνος & πότης, πίνω)
    wine-drinking; in a bad sense, a wine-bibber, tippler,
	Mat. 11.19. Lu. 7.34.
Οἶνος, ου, ὁ,
    wine, Mat. 9.17. Mar. 2.22, et al.; meton. the vine and
	its clusters, Re. 6.6; met. οἶνος, a potion, οἶνος τοῦ θυμοῦ,
	a furious potion, Re. 14.8, 10; 16.19; 17.2, 18.3.
Οἰνοφλῠγία, ας, ἡ, (οἰνόφλυξ, οἶνος & φλύω, to bubble over, overflow)
    a debauch with wine, drunkenness, 1 Pe. 4.3.
Οἶομαι, syncop. οἶμαι,
    f. οἰήσομαι,
    to think, suppose, imagine, presume, Jno. 21.25.
	Phil. 1.16. Ja. 1.7.
Οἷος, οἷα, οἷον,
    rel. pron. correlative to ποῖος, & τοῖος, what, of what
	kind or sort, as Mat. 24.21. Mar. 9.3, et al.;
	οὐχ οἶον, not so as, Ro. 9.6.
Οἶσω,
    fut. of φέρω; which see.
Ὀκνέω, ῶ, (ὄκνος, backwardness, slowness)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ὤκνησα,
    to be slow, loth; to delay, hesitate, Ac. 9.38:
	whence
Ὀκνηρός, ά, όν,
    slow, slothful, indolent, idle, Mat. 25.26. Ro. 12.11;
	tedious, troublesome, Ph. 3.1.
Ὀκταήμερος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ὀκτώ & ἡμέρα)
    on the eighth day, Ph. 3.5. N.T.
Ὀκτώ, οἰ, αἰ, τά,
    eight, Lu. 2.21; 9.28, et al.
Ὄλεθρος, ου, ὁ, (ὄλλυμι, to destroy)
    perdition, destruction, 1 Co. 5.5, et al.
Ὀλίγον (pr. neut. of ὀλίγος)
    adv. a little, Mar. 1.19; 6.31, et al.
Ὀλιγόπιστος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ὀλίγος & πίστις)
    scant of faith, of little faith, one whose faith is small
	and weak, Mat. 6.30; 8.26, et al. N.T.
Ὀλίγος, η, ον,
    little, small, in number, &c.; pl. few, Mat. 7.14; 9.37; 20.16.
	Lu. 13.23; δι᾿ ὀλίγων, sc. λόγων, in a few words, briefly,
	1 Pe. 5.12; little in time, short, brief, Ac. 14.28. Re. 12.12;
	πρὸς ὀλίγον, sc. χρόνον, for a short time, for a little while,
	Ja. 4.14; little, small, light, &c. in magnitude, amount, &c.,
	Lu. 7.47. Ac. 12.18; 15.2; ἐν ὀλίγῳ, concisely, briefly,
	Ep. 3.3; almost, Ac. 26.28, 29.
Ὀλιγόψῡχος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ὀλίγος & ψυχή)
    faint-hearted, desponding, 1 Th. 5.14. L.G.
Ὀλιγωρέω, ῶ, (ὀλίγος & ὤρα, care)
    f. ήσω,
    to neglect, regard slightly, make light of, despise,
	contemn, He. 12.5.
Ὀλίγως, (ὀλίγος)
    adv. a little, scarcely, v.r. 2 Pe. 2.18.
Ὀλοθρευτής, οῦ, ὁ,
    a destroyer, 1 Co. 10.10: (N.T.) from
Ὀλοθρεύω, (ὄλεθρος)
    f. εύσω,
    to destroy, cause to perish, He. 11.28. S.
Ὁλοκαύτωμα, ατος, τό, (ὁλοκαυτόω, to offer a whole burnt offering,
	ὁλόκαυτος, ὅλος & καίω)
    a holocaust, whole burnt offering, Mar. 12.33. He. 10.6, 8. S.
Ὀλοκηρία, ας, ἡ,
    perfect soundness, Ac 3.16: (S.) from
Ὁλόκληρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ὅλος & κλῆρος)
    whole, having all its parts, sound, perfect, complete in
	every part; in N.T., the whole, 1 Th. 5.23; morally, perfect,
	faultless, blameless, Ja. 1.4.
Ὀλολύζω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ὠλόλυξα,
    pr. to cry aloud in invocation; to howl, utter cries of
	distress, lament, bewail, Ja. 5.1.
Ὅλος, η, ον,
    all, whole, entire, Mar. 1.22; 4.23, 24, et al. freq.
Ὁλοτελής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, (ὅλος & τελος)
    complete; all, the whole, 1 Th. 5.13.
Ὅλυνθος, ου, ὁ,
    an unripe or unseasonable fig, such as lying under the foliage,
	do not ripen at the usual season, but hang on the trees during
	winter, Re. 6.13.
Ὅλως, (ὅλος)
    adv. wholly, altogether; actually, really, re vera,
	1 Co. 5.1; 6.7; 15.29; with a negative, at all, Mat. 5.34.
Ὄμβρος, ου, ὁ, (Lat. imber)
    rain, a storm of rain, Lu. 15.54.
Ὁμείρομαι,
    to desire earnestly, have a strong affection for, v.r. 1 Th. 2.8.
Ὁμῑλέω, ῶ,(ὅμιλος)
    f. ήσω,
    to be in company with, associate with; to converse with,
	talk with, Lu. 24.14, 15. Ac. 20.11; 24.26.
Ὁμῑλία, ας, ἡ,
    intercourse, communication, converse, 1 Co. 15.33:
	from
Ὁμιλος, ου, ὁ, (ὁμοῦ, & ἴλη, a band)
    a multitude, company, crowd, Re. 18.17.
Ὁρίχλη, ης, ἡ,
    a mist, fog; a cloud, v.r. 2 Pe. 2.17.
Ὄμμα, ατος, τό,
    the eye, Mar. 8.23.
Ὀμνύω, v. ὄμνῡμι,
    f. ὀμοῦμαι, p. ὀμώμοκα, a.1. ὤμοσα,
    to swear, Mat. 5.24, et al.; to promise with an oath,
	Mar. 6.23. Ac. 2.30; 7.17, et al. (ῠ).
Ὁμοθυμᾰδόν, (ὁμοῦ & θυμός)
    adv. with one mind, with one accord, unanimously,
	Ac. 1.14. Ro. 15.6; together, at once, at the same time,
	Ac. 2.1, 46; 4.24, et al.
Ὁμοιάζω, (ὅμοιος)
    f. άσω,
    to be like, resemble, Mar. 14.70. N.T.
Ὁμοιοπᾰθής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (ὅμοιος & πάθος)
    being affected in the same way as another, subject
	to the same incidents, of like infirmities, obnoxious
	to the same frailties and evils, Ac. 14.14. Ja. 15.17.
Ὅμοιος, οία, οιον, (ὁμός)
    like, similar, resembling,
	Mat. 11.16; 13.31, 33, 44, 45, 47, 52.
	Jno. 8.55, et al. freq.; like, of similar drift
	and force, Mat. 22.39. Mar. 12.31:
	whence
Ὁμοιότης, τητος, ἡ
    likeness, similitude, He. 4.15; 7.15.
Ὁμοιόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ὡμοίωσα,
    to make like, cause to be like or resemble, assimilate;
	pass. to be made like, become like, resemble,
	Mat. 6.8; 13.24; 18.23; to liken, compare,
	Mat. 7.24, 26; 11.16, et al.;
	whence
Ὁμοίωμα, ατος, τό,
    pr. that which is conformed or assimilated; form,
	shape, figure, Re. 9.7; likeness, resemblance,
	similitude, Ro. 1.23; 5.14; 6.5; 8.3. Ph. 2.7.
Ὁμοίως, (ὅμοιος)
    adv. likewise, in a similar manner, Mat. 22.26; 27.41.
	Mar. 4.16, et al.
Ὁμοίωσις, εως, ἡ, (ὁμοιόω)
    pr. assimilation; likeness, resemblance, Ja. 3.9.
Ὁμολογέω, ῶ, (ὁμός, like, & λόγος)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ὡμολόγησα,
    to speak in accordance, adopt the same terms of language;
	to engage, promise, Mat. 14.7; to admit, avow frankly,
	Jno. 1.20. Ac. 24.14; to confess 1 Jno. 1.9; to profess,
	confess, Jno. 9.22; 12.42. Ac. 23.8, et al.; to avouch,
	declare openly and solemnly, Mat. 7.23; in N.T.,
	ὁμολογεῖν ἐν, to accord belief, Mat. 10.32. Lu. 12.8;
	to accord approbation, Lu. 12.8; fr. Heb. to accord
	praise, He. 13.15:
	whence
Ὁμολογία, ας, ἡ,
    assent, consent; profession, 2 Co. 9.13. 1 Ti. 6.12, 13.
	He. 3.1; 4.14; 10.23.
Ὁμολογουμένως, (ὁμολογούμενος, pass. pr. part. of ὁμολογέω)
    adv. confessedly, avowedly, without controversy, 1 Ti. 3.16.
Ὁμότεχνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ὁμός, the same, & τέχνη)
    of the same trade or occupation, Ac. 18.3.
Ὁμοῦ, (ὁμός)
    adv. together; in the same place, Jno. 21.2; together,
	at the same time, Jno. 4.36; 20.4.
Ὁμόφρων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, (ὁμός & φρήν)
    of like mind, of the same mind, like-minded, 1 Pe. 3.8.
Ὅμως, (ὁμός)
    conj. yet, nevertheless; with μέντοι, but nevertheless,
	but for all that, Jno. 12.42; in N.T., even, though it
	be but, 1 Co. 14.7. Ga. 3.15.
Ὀναρ, τό,
    indec., a dream, Mat. 1.20; 2.12, 13, 19, 22; 27.19.
Ὀνάριον, ίου, τό, (dimin. of ὄνος)
    a young ass, an ass's colt, Jno. 12.14.
Ὀνειδίζω, (ὄνειδος)
    f. ίσω, a.1. ὠνείδισα,
    to censure, inveigh against, Mat. 11.20. Mar. 16.14;
	to upbraid, Ja. 1.5; to revile, insult with opprobrious
	language, Mat. 5.11, et al.:
	whence
Ὀνειδισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    censure, 1 Ti. 3.7; reproach, reviling, contumely,
	Ro. 15.3, et al. L.G.
Ὄνειδος, εος, τό,
    pr. fame, report, character; usually, reproach,
	disgrace, Lu. 1.25.
Ὀνίνημι,
    f. ὀνήσω,
    to help, profit, benefit; mid. ὀνίναμαι,
	a.2. ὠνήμην & ὠνάμην, opt. ὀναίμην, to receive profit,
	pleasure, &c.; with a gen. to have joy of, Phile. 20.
Ὀνικός, ή, όν, (ὄνος)
    pertaining to an ass; μύλος ὀνικός, a millstone turned
	by an ass, a large, or, an upper, millstone, Mat. 18.6.
	Lu. 17.2. N.T.
Ὄνομα, ατος, τό,
    a name; the proper name of a person, &c.,
	Mat. 1.23, 25; 10.2; 27.32, et al.;
	a mere name or reputation, Re. 3.1; in N.T.,
	a name as the representation of a person
	Mat. 6.9. Lu. 6.22; 11.2; the name of the
	author of a commission, delegated authroity,
	or religious profession,
	Mat. 7.22; 10.22; 12.21; 18.5, 20; 19.29;
	21.9; 28.19. Ac. 3.16; 4.7, 12, et al.;
	εἰς ὄνομα, ἐν ὀνόματι, on the score of being
	possessor of a certain character,
	Mat. 10.41, 42. Mar. 9.41:
	whence
Ὀνομάζω,
    f. άσω,
    to name, Lu. 6.14; to style, entitle, Lu. 6.13. 1 Co. 5.11;
	to make mention of, 1 Co. 5.1. Eph. 5.3; to make known,
	Ro. 15.20; to pronounce in exorcism, Ac. 19.13; in N.T.,
	to profess, 2 Ti. 2.19.
Ὄνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    an ass, male or female, Mat. 21.2, 5, 7, et al.
Ὄντως, (ὤν, ὄντος, pres. part. of εἰμί)
    really, in truth, truly, Mar. 11.32. Lu. 23.47, et al.
Ὄξος, εος, τό,
    vinegar; a wine of sharp flavour, posca, which was an
	ordinary beverage, and was often mixed with bitter
	herbs, &c., and thus given to condemned criminals in
	order to stupify them, and lessen their suffering,
	Mat. 27.38, 48. Mar. 15.36. Lu. 23.36. Jno. 19.29, 30:
	from
Ὀξύς, εῖα, ύ
    sharp, keen, Re. 1.16; 2.12; 14.14, 17, 18; 19.15; swift,
	nimble, Ro. 3.15.
Ὀπή, ῆς, ἡ
    a hole, vent, opening, Ja. 3.11; a hole, cavern, He. 11.38.
Ὄπισθεν,
    adv. of place, from behind, behind, after, at the back of,
	Mat. 9.20; 15.23, et al.
Ὀπίσω,
    adv. behind, after, at one's back, Mat. 4.10; Lu. 7.38.
	Re. 1.10; τὰ ὀπίσω, the things which are behind, Phi. 3.14;
	ὀπίσω & εἰς τὰ ὀμίσω, back, backwards, Mat. 24.18. Mar. 13.16.
	Lu. 9.62.
Ὁπλίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to arm, equip; mid. to arm one's self, equip one's self,
	1 Pe. 4.1:
	from
Ὅπλον, ου, τό,
    an implement, Ro. 6.13; pl. τὰ ὅπλα, arms, armour,
	weapons, whether offensive or defensive, Jno. 18.3.
	Ro.. 13.12. 2 Co. 6.7; 10.4.
Ὀποῖος, οία, οῖον,
    what, of what sort or manner, 1 Co. 3.13. Ga. 2.6.
	1 Th. 1.9. Ja. 1.24; after τοιοῦτος, as, Ac. 26.29.
Ὀπότε,
    adv. when, Lu. 6.3.
Ὅπου,
    adv. where, in which place, in what place,
	Mat. 6.19, 20, 21. Re. 2.13; whither, to what place,
	Jno. 8.21; 14.4; ὅπου, ἅν, v. ἐὰν, wherever, in
	whatever place, Mat. 24.28; whithersoever,
	Mat. 8.19. Ja. 3.4; met. where, in which thing,
	state, &c., Col. 3.11; whereas, 1 Co. 3.3. 2 Pe. 2.11.
Ὀπτάνομαι,
    to be seen, appear, Ac. 1.3.
Ὀπτασία, ας, ἡ, (ὀπτάζω, equiv. to ὁράω)
    a vision, apparition, Lu. 1.22; 24.23. Ac. 26.19.
	2 Co. 12.1. L.G.
Ὀπτός, ή, όν, (ὀπτάω, to roast)
    dressed by fire, roasted, broiled, &c. Lu. 24.42.
Ὀπώρα, ας, ἡ,
    autumn; the fruit season; meton. fruits, Re. 18.14.
Ὅπως,
    adv. how, in what way or manner, by what means,
	Mat. 22.15. Lu. 24.20;
	conj. that, in order that, and ὅπως μή, that not,
	lest, Mat. 6.2, 4, 5, 16, 18. Ac. 9.2, et al. freq.
Ὅρᾱμα, ατος, τό, (ὁράω)
    a thing seen, sight, appearance, Ac. 7.31; a vision,
	Mat. 17.9. Ac. 9.10, 12, et al.
Ὅρᾱσις, εως, ἡ, (fr. same)
    seeing, sight; appearance, aspect, Re. 4.3;
	a vision, Ac. 2.17. Re. 9.17.
Ὁρᾱτός, ή, όν,
    visible, Col. 1.16:
	from
Ὁράω, ῶ,
    f. ὄψομαι, rarely a.1. ὡψάμην, imperf. ἑώρων,
	p. ἑώρᾱκα, a.2. εἷδον, a.1. pass. ὥφθην, f. ὀφθήσομαι,
    to see, behold, Mat. 2.2, et al. freq.; to look,
	Jno. 19.37; to visit, Jno. 16.22. He. 13.23;
	to mark, observe, Ac. 8.23. Jas. 2.24;
	to be admitted to witness, Lu. 17.22. Jno. 3.36. Col. 2.18;
	with θεόν, to be admitted into the more immediate presence
	of God, Mat. 5.8. He. 12.14; to attain to a true knowledge
	of God, 3 Jno. 11; to see to a thing, Mat. 27.4. Ac. 18.15;
	ὅρα, see, take care, Mat. 8.4. He. 8.5, et al.;
	pass. to appear, Lu. 1.11. Ac. 2.3, et al.; to reveal
	one's self, Ac. 26.16; to present one's self, Ac. 7.26.
Ὀργή, ῆς, ἡ,
    pr. mental bent, impulse; anger, indignation, wrath,
	Ep. 4.31. Col. 3.8; μετ᾿ ὀργῆς, indignantly, Mar. 3.5;
	vengeance, punishment, Mat. 3.7. Lu. 3.7; 31.23. Ro. 13.4, 5, et al.:
	whence
Ὀργίζω,
    f. ίσω, & ιῶ, a.1. ὠργίσθην,
    to provoke to anger, irritate; pass. to be angry, indignant,
	enraged, Mat. 5.22; 18.34, et al.
Ὀργίλος, η, ον,
    prone to anger, irascible, passionate, Tit. 1.7. (ῐ).
Ὀργυιά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    the space measured by the arms outstretched; a fathom,
	Ac. 27.28, bis.:
	from
Ὀρέγω,
    f. ξω,
    to extend, stretch out; mid. to stretch one's self out,
	to reach forward to; met. to desire earnestly, long after,
	1 Ti. 3.1. He. 11.16; by impl. to indulge in, be devoted
	to, 1 Ti. 6.10.
Ὀρεινός, ή, όν, (ὄρος)
    mountainous, hilly, Lu. 1.39, 65.
Ὄρεξις, εως, ἡ, (ὀρέγομαι)
    desire, longing; lust, concupiscence, Ro. 1.27.
Ὀρθοποδέω, ῶ, (ὀρθός, & πούς)
    f. ήσω,
    to walk in a straight course; to be straightforward in moral
	conduct, Ga. 2.14. N.T.
Ὀρθός, ή, όν, (ὄρω)
    erect, upright, Ac. 14.10; plain, level, straight, He. 12.13.
Ὀρθοτομέω, ῶ, (ὀρθός, & τέμνω)
    to cut straight; to direct aright; to set forth truthfully,
	without perversion or distortion, 2 Ti. 2.15. S.
Ὀρθρίζω, (ὄρθρος)
    f. ίσω,
    to rise early in the morning; to come with the dawn, Lu. 21.38. S.
Ὀρθρινός, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    of or belonging to the morning, morning, Re. 22.16: (usually ῑ)
	a later form for
Ὄρθριος, ία, ιον,
    at day-break, earily, Lu. 24.22:
	from
Ὄρθρος, ου, ὁ,
    the dawn; the morning, Jno. 8.2. Ac. 5.21; ὄρθρος βαθύς,
	the first streak of dawn, the early dawn, Lu. 24.1.
Ὁρθῶς, (ὀρθός)
    straightly; rightly, correctly, Mar. 7.35. Lu. 7.43, et al.
Ὁρίζω, (ὅρος, a bound, limit)
    f. ίσω, pass. a.1. ὡρίσθην, p. ὥρισμαι,
    to set bounds to, to bound; to restrict, He. 4.7;
	to settle, appoint definitively, Ac. 17.26;
	to fix determinately, Ac. 2.23;
	to decree, destine, Lu. 22.22.
	to constitute, appoint, Ac. 10.42; 17.31;
	to characterise with precision, to set forth distinctively, Ro. 1.4;
	absol. to resolve, Ac. 11.29.
Ὅριον, ου, τό, (fr. same)
    a limit, bound, border of a territory or country;
	pl. τὰ ὅρια, region, territory, district,
	Mat. 2.16; 4.13; 8.34, et al.
Ὁρκίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to put to an oath; to obtest, adjure, conjure,
	Mar. 5.7. Ac. 19.13. 1 Th. 5.27:
	from
Ὅρκος, ου, ὁ,
    an oath, Mat. 14.7, 9; 26.72, et al.;
	meton. that which is solemnly promised, a vow, Mat. 5.33.
Ὁρκωμοσία, ας, ὁ, (ὅρκος & ὄμνυμι)
    the act of taking an oath; an oath, He. 7.20, 21, 28. S.
Ὁρμάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ὥρμησα,
    pr. trans. to put in motion, incite;
	intrans. to rush, Mat. 8.32. Mar. 5.13. Lu. 8.33, et al.:
	from
Ὀρμή, ῆς, ἡ, (ὄρω, ὄρνυμι, to put in motion)
    impetus, impulse; assault, violent attempt, Ac. 14.5;
	met. impulse of mind, purpose will, Ja. 3.4.
Ὁρμημα, ατος, τό, (ὁρμάω)
    violent or impetuous motion; violence, Re. 18.21.
Ὄρνεον, ου, τό,
    a bird, fowl, Re. 18.2; 19.17, 21.
Ὄρνις, ῑθος, ὁ, ἡ,
    a bird, fowl; the domestic hen, Mat. 23.37. Lu. 13.34.
Ὁροθεσία, ας, ἡ, (ὅρος, a bound, limit, & τίθημι)
    pr. the act of fixing boundaries; a bound set, certain bound,
	fixed limit, Ac. 17.26. N.T.
Ὄρος, εος, τό,
    a mountain, hill, Mat. 5.1, 14; 8.1; 17.20, et al.
Ὀρύσσω, v. ττω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ὤρυξα,
    to dig, excavate, Mat. 21.33; 25.18. Mar. 12.1.
Ὀρφᾰνός, ἡ, όν, v. οῦ, ὁ, ἡ,
    bereaved of parents, orphan, Ja. 1.27; bereaved, desolate, Jno. 14.18.
Ὀρχέομαιν, οῦμαι,
    f. ήσομαι, a.1. ὠρχησάμην,
    to dance, Mat. 11.17, et al.
Ὅς, ἥ, ὅ,
    rel. pron. who, which, qui, quæ, quod,
	Mat. 1.16, 23, 25, et al.; in N.T.,
	interrog. ἐφ᾽ ὃ, wherefore, why, Mat. 26.50; in N.T.,
	ὅς μὲν— ὅς δὲ, for ὁ μὲν—ὁ δὲ, Mat. 21.35. 2 Co. 2.16, et al.
Ὁσάκις, (ὅσος)
    as often as, 1Co. 1.25, 26. Re. 11.6. (ᾰ.)
Ὅσιος, ία, ιον,
    pr. sanctioned by the supreme law of God and nature; pious,
	devout, Tit. 1.8; pure, 1 Ti. 2.8; supremely holy, Ac. 2.27; 13.35.
	He. 7.26. Re. 15.4; 16.5; τὰ ὅσια, pledged bounties, mercies,
	Ac. 13.34:
	whence
Ὁσιότης, τητον, ἡ,
    piety, sacred observance of all duties towards God,
	holiness, Lu. 1.75. Ep. 5.24.
Ὁσίως,
    adv. piously, holily, 1 Th. 2.10.
Ὀσμή, ῆς, ἡ, (ὄζω)
    smell, odour, fragrant odour, Jno. 12.3. Ep. 5.2; Phil. 4.18;
	met. 2 Co. 2.14, 16.
Ὅσος, η, ον,
    a correlative to τόσος, τοσοῦτος, &c., as great, as much,
	Mar. 7.36. Jno. 6.11. He. 1.4; 8.6; 10.25; ἐφ᾿ ὅσον χρόνον,
	for how long a time, while, as long as, Ro. 7.1;
	so ἐφ᾿ ὅσον, sc. χρόνον, Mat. 9.15; ὅσον χρόνον,
	how long, Mar. 2.19; neut. ὅσον repeated, ὅσον ὅσον,
	used to give intensity to other qualifying words,
	e.g. μικρόν, the very least, a very, very little while,
	He. 10.37; ἐφ᾿ ὅσον, in as much as, Mat. 25.40, 45;
	καθ᾿ ὅσον, by how much, so far as, He. 3.3; or,
	in as much as, as, so, He. 7.20; 9.27; pl.
	ὅσα, so far as, as much as, Re. 1.2; 18.7;
	how great, how much, how many, what, Mar. 3.8; 5.19, 20;
	how many soever, as many as, all who,
	2 Cor. 1.20. Ph. 3.15. 1 Ti. 6.1;
	ὅσος ἅν, v. ἐὰν, whosoever, whatsoever, Mat. 7.12; 18.18.
Ὅσπερ, ἥπερ, ὅπερ, (ὅς & περ)
    an emplatic form of the relative, Mar. 15.6.
Ὀστέον, οῦν, έου, οῦ, τό,
    a bone, Mat. 23.27. Lu. 24.39, et al.
Ὅστις, ἥτις, ὅ τι, (ὅς & τις)
    gen. οὗτινος, ἧστινος, οὗτινος, & ὅτου,
    rel. pron. whoever, whatever; whosoever, whatsoever,
	Mat. 5.39, 41; 13.12; 18.4; its use in place of the
	simple relative is also required in various cases,
	which may be learnt from the grammars;
	ἕως ὅτου. sc. χρόνου, until, Lu. 13.8; while, Mat. 5.25.
Ὀστράκῐνος, η, ον, (ὄστρᾰκον, an earthen vessel)
    earthen, of earthenware, 2 Co. 4.7. 2 Ti. 2.20. L.G.
Ὄσφρησις, εως, ἡ, (ὀσφραίνομαι, to smell)
    smell, the sense of smelling, 1 Co. 12.17.
Ὀσφύς, ύος, ἡ, & pl. αἱ ὀσφύες,
    the loins, Mat. 3.4. Mar. 1.6, et al..
Ὅταν, (ὅτε & ἄν)
    conj. when, whenever, Mat. 5.11; 6.2. Mar. 3.11.
	Re. 4.9, et al. freq.; in N.T., in case of, on
	occasion of, Jno. 9.5. 1 Co. 15.27. He. 1.6.
Ὅτε,
    adv. when, at the time that, at what time, Mat. 7.28; 9.25.
	Lu. 13.35, et al. freq.
Ὅτι, (ὅστις)
    that, Mat. 2.16, 22, 23; 6.5, 16; often used pleonastically
	in reciting another's words, Mat. 9.18. Lu. 19.42. Ac. 5.23;
	as a causal particle, for that, for, because,
	Mat. 2.18; 5.3, 4, 5; 13.13; because, seeing that, since,
	Lu. 23.40. Ac. 1.17.
Ὅτου,
    see in ὅστις.
Οὗ, (pr. gen. of ὅς)
    adv. where, in what place, Mat. 2.9; 18.20; whither,
	to what place, Lu. 10.1; 22.10; 24.28;
	οὗ ἐὰν, whithersoever, 1 Co. 16.6.
Οὐ,
    before a consonant, οὐκ before a vowel with a lenis, & οὐχ
	with an aspirate, adv. of negation, not, no.
	Mat. 5.37; 12.43; 23.37; the peculiariteis of i
	ts usage, and as distinct from μή, may be learnt
	from the grammars.
Οὐά, (Lat. vah)
    interj. expressive of insult and derision,
	ah! aha! Mar. 15.29.
Οὐσί, (Lat. vœ)
    interj. wo! alas! Mat. 11.21; 18.7; 23.13–16, et al.;
	ἡ οὐαί, subs. a woe, calamity, Re. 9.12; 11.14.
Οὐδαμῶς, (οὐδαμός)
    by no means, Mat. 2.6.
Οὐδέ (οὐ & δέ)
    adv. neither, nor, and not, also not,
	Mat. 5.15; 6.15, 20, 26, 28; when single,
	not even, Mat. 6.29; 8.10.
Οὐδείς, οὐδεμία, οὐδέν, (οὐδέ & εἷς)
    not one, no one, none, nothing, Mat. 5.13; 6.24; 19.17;
	met. οὐδέν, nothing, of no account, naught,
	Jno. 8.54. Ac. 21.24.
Οὐδέποτε, (οὐδέ & πότε)
    never, Mat. 7.23; 21.16, 42, et al. freq.
Οὐδέπω, (οὐδέ & πω)
    not yet, never yet, never, Lu. 23.53. Jno. 7.39, et al.
Οὐθείς, οὐθέν,
    later forms for οὐδείς, οὐδέν, v.r. 1 Co. 13.2.
Οὐκ,
    see οὐ.
Οὐκέτι, (οὐκ & ἔτι)
    no longer, no more, Mat. 22.46, et al.
Οὐκοῦν,
    then, therefore, Jno. 18.37.
Οὖν,
    a particle expressing either simple sequence or consequence;
	then, now then, Mat. 13.18. Jno. 19.29. et al.; then, thereupon,
	Lu. 15.28. Jno. 6.14, et al.; therefore, consequently, Mat. 5.48.
	Mar. 10.9, et al.; it also serves to mark the resumption of
	discourse after an interruption by a parenthesis,
	1 Co. 8.4, et al.
Οὔπω, (οὐ & πω)
    adv. not yet, Mat. 15.17; 16.19; 24.6. Jno. 2.4, et al.
Οὐρά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    a tail, Re. 9.10, 19; 12.4.
Οὐράνιος, ία, ιον, v. ίου, ὁ, ἡ, (οὐρανός)
    heavenly, celestial, Mat. 6.14, 26, 32; 15.13, et al.
Οὐρανόθεν,
    adv. from heaven, Ac. 14.17; 26.13:
	from
Οὐρανός, οῦ, ὁ, & pl. οὐρανοί, ῶν, οἱ,
    heaven, the heavens, the visible heavens and all their
	phenomena, Mat. 5.18; 16.1; 24.29, et al. freq.; the air,
	atmosphere, in which the clouds and tempests gather,
	the birds fly, &c. Mat. 6.26; 16.2, 3, et al.; heaven,
	the peculiar seat and abode of God, of angels, of glorified
	spirits, &c., Mat. 5.34, 45, 48; 6.1, 9, 10; 12.50.
	Jno 3.13, 31; 6.32, 38, 41, 42, 50, 51, 58; in N.T.,
	heaven as a term expressive of the Divine Being,
	His administration, &c., Mat. 19.14; 21.25.
	Lu. 20.4, 5. Jno 3.27.
Οὖς, ὠτός, τό,
    the ear, Mat. 10.27. Mar. 7.33. Lu. 22.50. Ac. 7.57, et al.
Οὐσία, ας, ἡ, (ὤν, οὖσα, ὄν, part. of εἰμι)
    substance, propery, goods, fortune, Lu. 15.12, 13.
Οὔτε, (οὐ & τε)
    neither, nor, Lu. 20.36; οὔτε—οὔτε v.
	οὐδὲ—οὔτε, neither—nor, Lu. 20.35; Ga. 1.12; in N.T.,
	also used singly in the sense of οὐδέ, not even,
	Mar. 5.3. Lu. 12.26. 1 Co. 3.2.
Οὗτος, αὗτη, τοῦτο,
    demons. pron. this, this person or thing,
	Mat. 3.3, 9, 17; 8.9; 19.2; 24.34, et al. freq.;
	used by way of contempt, this fellow, Mat. 13.55; 27.47;
	αὐτὸ τοῦτο, this very thing, this same thing, 2 Co. 2.3; 7.11;
	εἰς αὐτὸ τοῦτο, and elliptically,
	αὐτὸ τοῦτο; for this same purpose, on this account,
	Ep. 6.18, 22. 2 Pe. 1.5;
	καὶ οὗτος, and moreover, Lu. 7.12; 16.1; 20.30;
	καὶ τοῦτο, and that too, 1 Co. 6.6, 8;
	τοῦτο μὲν—τοῦτο δὲ, partly—partly, He. 10.33.
Οὕτως, & οὕτω before a consonant, (οὗτος)
    adv. thus, in this way, Mat. 1.18; 2.5; 5.16, et al. freq.;
	ὅς μὲν οὕτως, ὅς δὲ οὕτως, one so, and another so, one in
	one way, and another in another, 1 Co. 7.7, 26, 40; 9.14;
	so, Mat. 7.12; 12.40; 24.27, 37, et al. freq.; thus,
	under such circumstances, Ac. 20.11; 27.17; in an ordinary
	way, Jno. 4.6.
Οὐχ,
    see οὐ.
Οὐχί (οὐ)
    adv. not, Jno. 13.10, 11; when followed by ἀλλά,
	nay, not so, by no means, Lu. 1.60; 12.51;
	used also in negative interrogations,
	Mat. 5.46, 47; 6.25.
Ὀφειλέτης, ου, ὁ, (ὀφείλω)
    a debtor, one who owes another, Mat. 18.24;
	met. one who is in any way bound, or under obligation
	to perform any duty, Ro. 1.14; 8.12; 15.27. Ga. 5.3;
	in N.T., one who fails in duty towards any one,
	a delinquent, offender, Mat. 6.12; a sinner,
	Lu. 13.4, cf. v. 2.
Ὀφειλή, ῆς, ἡ, (fr. same)
    a debt, Mat. 18.32; met. a duty, due, Ro. 13.7. 1 Co. 7.3.
Ὀφείλημα, ατος, τό,
    a debt; a due, Ro. 4.4; in N.T., a delinquency,
	offence, fault, sin, Mat. 6.12. cf. v. 14:
	from
Ὀφείλω,
    f. ήσω, a.2. ὤφελον,
    to owe, be indebted, Mat. 18.28, 30, 34; to incur a
	bond, to be bound to make discharge, Mat. 23.16, 18;
	to be bound by what is due or fitting, Lu. 17.10.
	Jno. 13.14, et al.; to incur desert, to deserve,
	Jno. 19.7; to be due or fitting, 1 Co. 7.3, 36;
	fr. the Aram. to be delinqent, Lu. 11.4.
Ὄφελον, (pr. a.2. of ὀφείλω)
    used later and in N.T. as an interj.,
	O that! would that! 1 Co. 4.8. Gal. 5.12, et al.
Ὄφελος, εος, τό, (ὀφέλλω, to further, augment)
    profit, utility, advantage, 1 Co. 15.32, et al.
Ὀφθαλμοδουλεία, ας, ἡ, (ὀφθαλμός & δουλεία)
    eye-service, service rendered only while under inspection,
	Ep. 6.6. Col. 3.22. N.T.
Ὀφθαλμός, οῦ, ὁ, (ὄψομαι, ὤφθην)
    an eye, Mat. 5.29, 38; 6.23; 7.3–5, et al.;
	ὀφθαλμὸς πονηρός, an evil eye, an envious eye, envy,
	Mat. 20.15. Mar. 7.22; met. the intellectual eye,
	Mat. 13.15. Mar. 8.18. Jno. 12.40. Ac. 26.18.
Ὄφις, εως, ὁ,
    a serpent, Mat. 7.10; 10.16; an artificial serpent,
	Jno. 3.14; used of the devil or Satan, Re. 12.9, 14, 15; 20.2;
	met. a man of serpentine character, Mat. 23.33.
Ὀφρύς, ύος, ἡ,
    a brow, eye-brow; the brow of a mountain, edge of a
	precipice, Lu. 4.29.
Ὀχλέω, ῶ, (ὄχλος)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to mob; to vex, trouble, Lu. 6.18. Ac. 5.16.
Ὀχλοποιέω, ῶ, (ὄχλος & ποιέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to collect a mob, create a tulmult, Ac. 17.5. N.T.
Ὄχλος, ου, ὁ,
    a crowd, a confused multitude of people, Mat. 4.25; 5.1; 7.28;
	spc. the common people, Jno. 7.49; a multitude, great number,
	Lu. 5.29; 6.17. Ac. 1.15; by impl. tumult, uproar,
	Lu. 22.6. Ac. 24.18.
Ὀχύρωμα, ατος, τό, (ὀχυρόω, to fortify, ὀχυρός, firm, strong)
    a strong-hold; met. an opposing bulwark of error or vice,
	2 Co. 10.4. S.
Ὀψάριον, ίου, τό, (dimin. of ὄψον, cooked provision as distinguished
from bread; a dainty dish; fish)
    a little fish, Jno. 6.9, 11; 21.9, 10, 13.
Ὀψέ,
    adv. late; put for the first watch, at evening, Mar. 11.19; 13.35;
	ὀψὲ σαββάτων, after the close of the sabbath, Mat. 28.1:
	whence
Ὄψῐμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    late; latter, Ja. 5.7; poetic and later prose for
Ὄψιος, ία, ιον,
    late, Mar. 11.11; ἡ ὀψία, sc. ὥρα, evening, two of which
	were reckoned by the Hebrews; one from the ninth hour,
	until sunset, Mat. 8.16; 14.15, et al.; and the other,
	from sunset until dark, Mat. 14.23; 16.2, et al.
Ὄψις, εως, ἡ,
    a sight; the face, visage, countenance, Jno. 11.44. Re. 1.16;
	external appearance, Jno. 7.24:
	from
Ὄψομαι,
    see ὁράω.
Ὀψώνιον, ίον, τό, (ὄψον, cooked provisions, &c.)
    provisions; a stipend or pay of soldiers, Lu. 3.14. 1 Co. 9.7;
	wages of any kind, 2 Co. 11.8; due wages, a stated recompense,
	Ro. 6.23. L.G.

Π, π, Πῖ

Παγιδεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to ensnare, entrap, entangle Mat. 22.15:
	from
Παγίς, ίδος, ἡ, (πήγνυμι)
    a snare, trap, gin, Lu 21.35; met. artifice, stratagem,
	device, wile, 1 Ti. 3.7; 6.9. 2 Ti. 2.26;
	met. source of harm, Ro. 11.9.
Πάγος, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a hill; Ἄρειος πάγος, Areopagus, the hill of Mars at Athens,
	Ac. 17.19, 22.
Πάθημα, ατος, τό, (πάσχω)
    what is suffered; suffering, affliction, Ro. 8.18.
	2 Co. 1.5, 6, 7. Ph. 3.10, et al.; emotion, passion,
	Ro. 7.5. Ga. 5.24.
Παθητός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, (fr. same)
    passible, capable of suffering, liable to suffer; in N.T.,
	destined to suffer, Ac. 26.23.
Πάθος, εος, τό, (fr. same)
    suffering; an affection, passion, Ro. 1.26.
Παιδαγωγός, οῦ, ἡ, (παῖς & ἀγωγός, ἄγω)
    a pedagogue, child-tender, a person, usually a slave or freedman,
	to whom the boys of a family were committed, whose duty it was
	to attend them at their play, lead them to and from the public
	school, and exercise a constant superintendence over their conduct
	and safety; in N.T., an ordinary director or minister contrasted
	with an Apostle, as a pedagogue occupies an inferior position
	to a parent, 1 Co. 4.15; a term applied to the Mosaic Law as
	dealing with men as in a state of mere childhood and tutelage,
	Ga. 3.24, 25.
Παιδάριον, ίου, τό, (dimin. of παῖς)
    a little boy, child, a boy, lad, Mat. 11.16. Jno 6.9.
Παιδεία, ας, ἡ, (παιδεύω)
    education, training up, nurture of children, Ep. 6.4;
	instruction, discipline, 2 Ti. 3.16; in N.T., correction,
	chastisement, He. 12.5, 7, 8, 11.
Παιδευτής, οῦ, ὁ,
    a preceptor, instructor, teacher, pr. of boys; genr. Ro. 2.20;
	a chastiser, He. 12.9:
	from
Παιδεύω, (παῖς)
    f. εύσω, a.1. ἐπαίδευσα,
    to educate, instruct children, Ac. 7.22; 22.3;
	genr. παιδεύομαι, to be taught, learn, 1 Ti. 1.20;
	to admonish, instruct by admonition, 2 Ti. 2.25.
	Tit. 2.12; in N.T., to chastise, chasten,
	1 Co. 11.32. 2 Co. 6.9. He. 12.6, 7, 10. Re. 3.19;
	of criminals, to scourge, Lu. 23.16, 22.
Παιδιόθεν,
    adv. from childhood, from a child, Mar. 9.21: (N.T.)
	from
Παιδίον, ου, τό, (dimin. of παῖς)
    an infant, babe, Mat. 2.8, et al.; but usually in N.T.
	as equiv. to παῖς, Mat. 14.21. Mar. 7.28. et al. freq;
	pl. voc. used by way of endearment, my dear children,
	1 Jno. 2.18, et al.; also as a term of familiar address,
	children, my lads, Jno. 21.5.
Παιδίσκη, ης, ἡ, (fem. dim. of παῖς)
    a girl, damsel, maiden; a female slave or servant,
	Mat. 26.69. Mar. 14.66, 69, et al.
Παίζω,
    f. παίξομαι,
    to play in the manner of children; to sport, to practise
	the festive gestures of idolatrous worship, 1 Co. 10.7:
	from
Παῖς, παιδός, ὁ, ἡ,
    a child in relation to parents, of either sex, Jno. 4.51, et al.;
	a child in respect of age, either male or female, and of all
	ages from infancy up to manhood, a boy, youth, girl, maiden,
	Mat. 2.16; 17.18. Lu. 2.43; 8.54; a servant, slave,
	Mat. 8.6, 8, 13, cf. v.9. Lu. 7.7. cf v.3, 10; an attendant,
	minister, Mat. 14.2. Lu. 1.69. Ac. 4.25; also Lu. 1.54,
	or perhaps, a child in respect of fatherly regard.
Παίω,
    f. παίσω, p. πέπαικα, a.1. ἔπαισα,
    to strike, smite, with the fist, Mat. 26.68. Lu. 22.64;
	with a sword, Mar. 14.47. Jno. 18.10; to strike as a scorpion,
	to sting, Re. 9.5.
Πάλαι,
    adv. of old, long ago, Mat. 11.21. Lu. 10.13. He. 1.1. Jude 4;
	οἱ πάλαι, old, former, 2 Pe. 1.9; some time since, already,
	Mar. 15.44:
	whence
Παλαιός, ά, όν,
    old, not new or recent, Mat. 9.16, 17; 13.52. Lu. 5.36, et al.:
	whence
Παλαιότης, τητος, ἡ,
    oldness, antiquatedness, obsoleteness, Ro. 7.6.
Παλαιόω, ῶ, (fr. same)
    f. ώσω, p. πεπαλαίωκα,
    to make old; pass. to grow old, to become worn or effete,
	Lu. 12.33. He. 1.11; met. to treat as antiquated, to abrogate,
	supersede, He. 8.13.
Πάλη, ης, ἡ, (πάλλω, to swing round, sway backward and forward)
    wrestling; struggle, contest, Ep. 6.12.
Παλιγγενεσία, ας, ἡ, (πάλιν & γένεσις)
    a new birth; regeneration, renovation, Mat. 19.28. Tit. 3.5. L.G.
Πάλιν,
    adv. pr. back; again, back again, Jno. 10.17.
	Ac. 10.16; 11.10, et al.; again by repetition,
	Mat. 26.43, et al.; again in continuation, further,
	Mat. 5.33; 13.44, 45, 47; 18.19; again, on the other hand,
	1 Jno. 2.8, et al.
Παμπλύθει, (πᾶς & πλῆθος)
    adv. the whole multitude together, all at once, Lu. 23.18.
Πάμπολυς, παμπόλλη, πάμπολυ, (πᾶς & πολύς)
    very many, very great, vast, Mar. 8.1.
Πανδοχεῖον, ου, τό,
    a public inn, place where travellers may lodge, called
	in the East by the name of menzil, khan, caravanserai,
	Lu. 10.34:
	from
Πανδοχεύς, έως, ὁ, (a later form for πανδοκεύς, πᾶς & δέχομαι)
    the keeper of a public inn or caravanserai, a host, Lu. 10.35.
Πανήγῠρις, εως, ἡ, (πᾶς & ἄγυρις, an assembly)
    pr. an assembly of an entire people; a solemn gathering
	at a festival; a festive convocation, He. 12.23.
Πανοικί, (πᾶς & οἶκος)
    adv. with one's whole household or family, Ac. 16.34.
Πανοπλία, ας, ἡ, (πᾶς & ὅπλον)
    panoply, complete armour, a complete suit of armour both
	offensive and defensive, as the shield, sword, spear,
	helment, breastplate, &c., Lu. 11.22. Ep. 6.11, 13.
Πανουργία, ας, ἡ,
    knavery, craft, cunning, Lu. 20.23. 1 Co. 3.19, et al.:
	from
Πανοῦργος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (πᾶς & ἔργον)
    pr. ready to do any thing; hence, crafty, cunning, artful,
	wily, 2 Co. 12.16.
Πανταχόθεν,
    adv. from all parts, from every quarter, Mar. 1.45:
	from
Πανταχοῦ, (πᾶς)
    adv. in all places, every where, Mar. 16.20. Lu. 9.6, et al.
Παντελής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, (πᾶς & τέλος)
    perfect, complete; εἰς τὸ παντελές, adverbially, throughout,
	through all time, ever, He. 7.25; with a negative, at all,
	Lu. 13.11.
Πάντη, (πᾶς)
    adv. every where; in every way, in every instance, Ac. 24.3.
Πάντοθεν, (πᾶς & θεν)
    from every place, from all parts, Jno. 18.20; on all sides,
	on every side, round about, Lu. 19.43. He. 9.4.
Παντοκράτωρ, ορος, ὁ, (πᾶς & κράτος)
    almighty, omnipotent, 2 Co. 6.18. Re. 1.8; 4.8, et al.
	(ᾰ) L.G.
Πάντοτε, (πᾶς)
    adv. always, at all times, ever, Mat. 26.11. Mar. 14.7.
	Lu. 15.31; 18.1, et al. L.G.
Πάντως, (πᾶς)
    adv. wholly, altogether; at any rate, by all means,
	1 Co. 9.22; by impl. surely, assuredly, certainly,
	Lu. 4.23. Ac. 18.21; 21.22; 28.4;
	οὐ πάντως, in nowise, not in the least,
	Ro. 3.9. 1 Co. 5.10; 16.12.
Παρά
    prep., with a genitive,from, indicating source or origin,
	Mat. 2.4, 7. Mar. 8.11. Lu. 2.1, et al.;
	οἱ παρ᾿ αὐτοῦ, his relatives or kinsmen, Mar. 3.21;
	τὰ παρ᾿ αὐτῆς πάντα, all her substance, property, &c., Mar. 5.26;
    with a dative, with, by, nigh to, in among, &c.
	Matthew 6.1; 19.26; 21.25; 22.25;
	παρ᾿ ἑαυτῷ, at home, 1 Co. 16.2;
	in the sight of, in the judgment or estimation of,
	1 Co. 3.19. 2 Pe. 2.11; 3.8;
    with an accusative, motion by, near to, along, Mat. 4.18;
	motion towards, to, at, Mat. 15.30. Mar. 2.13;
	motion terminating in rest, at, by, near, by the side of,
	Mar. 4.1, 4. Lu. 5.1; 8.5;
	in deviation from, in violation of, inconsistently with,
	Ac. 18.13. Ro. 1.26; 11.24;
	above, more than, Lu. 13.2, 4. Ro. 1.25;
    after comparatives, Lu. 3.13. 1 Co. 3.11;
	except, save, 2 Co. 11.24;
	beyond, past, He. 11.11;
	in respect of, on the score of, 1 Co. 12.15, 16.
Παραβαίνω, (παρά & βαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι, a.2. παρέβην,
    pr. to step by the side of; to deviate; met. to transgress,
	violate, Mat. 15.2, 3. 2 Jno. 9; to incur forfeiture, Ac. 1.25.
Παραβάλλω, (παρά & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ,
    to cast or throw by the side of; met. to compare, Mar. 4.30;
	absol. a nautical term, to bring to, land, Ac. 20.15.
Παράβᾰσις, εως, ἡ, (παραβαίνω)
    a stepping by the side, deviation; a transgression,
	violation of law, Ro. 2.23; 4.15, et al.
Παραβάτης, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a transgressor, violator of law, Ro. 2.25, 27. Ga. 2.18.
	Ja. 2.9, 11. (ᾰ.)
Παραβιάζομαι, (παρά & βιάζω)
    f. άσομαι,
    to force; to constrain, press with urgent entreaties,
	Lu. 24.29. Ac. 16.15. L.G.
Παραβολεύομαιν, (παράβολος, risking, venturesome)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to stake or risk one's self, v.r. Ph. 2.30. N.T.
Παραβολή, ῆς, ἡ, (παραβάλλω)
    a place one thing by the side of another; a comparing;
	a parallel case cited in illustration; a comparison,
	simile, similitude, Mar. 4.30. He. 11.19; a parable,
	a short relation under which something else is figured,
	or in which that which is fictitious is employed to
	represent that which is real,
	Mat. 13.3, 10, 13, 18, 24, 31, 33, 34, 36, 53;
	21.33, 45; 22.1; 24.32, et al.;
	in N.T., a type, pattern, emblem, He. 9.9;
	a sentiment, grave and sententious precept, maxim,
	Lu. 14.7; an obscure and enigmatical saying, any thing
	expressed in remote and ambiguous terms, Mat. 13.35.
	Mar. 7.17; a proverb, adage, Lu. 4.23.
Παραβουλεύομαι, (παρά & βουλεύω)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to be reckless, regardless, Ph. 2.30. N.T.
Παραγγελία, ας, ἡ,
    a command, order, charge, Ac. 5.28; direction, precept,
	1 Th. 4.2, et al.:
	from
Παραγγέλλω, (παρά & ἀγγέλλω)
    f. ελῶ
    to announce, notify; to command, direct, charge,
	Mat. 10.5. Mar. 6.8; 8.6. Lu. 9.21, et al.;
	to charge, obtest, entreat solemnly, 1 Ti. 6.13.
Παραγίνομαι, (παρά & γίνομαι)
    f. γενήσομαι, a.2. παρεγενόμην,
    to be by the side of; to come approach, arrive,
	Mat. 2.1; 3.13. Mar. 14.43. Lu. 7.4, et al.; seq.
	ἐπί, to come upon in order to seize, Lu. 22.52;
	to come forth in public, make appearance,
	Mat. 3.1. He. 9.11.
Παράγω, (παρά & ἄγω)
    f. άξω,
    to lead beside; intrans. to pass along or by,
	Mat. 20.30. Jno. 9.1; to pass on, Mat. 9.9, 27;
	intrans & mid. to pass away, be in a state of transition,
	1 Co. 7.31. 1 Jno. 2.8, 17.
Παραδειγματίζω, (παράδειγμα, an example)
    to make an example of; to expose to ignominy and shame,
	Mat. 1.19. He. 6.6. L.G.
Παράδεισος, ου, ὁ, (of Oriental origin: in Heb. פרדס)
    a park, a forest where wild beasts were kept for hunting;
	a pleasure park, a garden of trees of various kinds;
	used in the LXX. for the Garden of Eden; in N.T., the
	celestial paradise, Lu. 23.43. 2 Co. 12.4. Re. 2.7.
Παραδέχομαι, (παρά & δέχομαι)
    f. ξομαι,
    to accept, receive; met. to receive, admit, yield assent to,
	Mar. 4.20. Ac. 16.21; 22.18. 1 Ti. 5.19; in N.T., to receive
	or embrace with favour, approve, love, He. 12.6.
Παραδιατρῐβή, ῆς, ἡ, (παρά & διατριβή)
    useless disputation, 1 Ti. 6.5. N.T.
Παραδίδωμι, (παρά & δίδωμι)
    f. δώσω,
    to give over, hand over, deliver up,
	Mat. 4.12; 5.25; 10.4, 17, et al.;
	to commit, intrust, Mat. 11.27; 25.14, et al.;
	to commit, commend, Ac. 14.26. 15.40;
	to yield up, Jno. 19.30. 1 Co. 15.24;
	to abandon, Ac. 7.42. Eph. 4.19;
	to expose to danger, hazard, Ac. 15.26;
	to deliver as a matter of injunction, instruction, &c.,
	Mar. 7.13. Lu. 1.2. Ac. 6.14, et al.;
	absol. to render a yield, to be matured, Mar. 4.29.
Παράδοξος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (παρά & δόξαν, beside expectation)
    unexpected, strange, wonderful, astonishing, Lu. 5.26.
Παράδοσις, εως, ἡ, (παραδίδωμι)
    delivery, handing over, transmission;
	in N.T., what is transmitted in the way of teaching,
	precept, doctrine, 1 Co. 11.2. 2 Th. 2.15; 3.6; tradition,
	traditionary law, handed down from age to age,
	Mat. 15.2, 3, 6, et al.
Παραζηλόω, (παρά & ζηλόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to provoke to jealousy, Ro. 10.19; to excite to emulation,
	Ro. 11.11, 14; to provoke to indignation, 1 Co. 10.22. S.
Παραθαλάσσιος, ία, ιον, (παρά & θάλασσα)
    by the sea-side, situated on the sea-coast, maritime, Mat. 4.13.
Παραθεωρέω, ῶ, (παρά & θεωρέω)
    f. ήσω
    to look at things placed side by side, as in comparison,
	compare in thus looking; to regard less in comparison,
	overlook, neglect, Ac. 6.1.
Παραθήκη, ης, ἡ, (παρατίθημι)
    a deposit, a thing committed to one's charge, a trust,
	2 Ti. 1.12; v.r. 1 Ti. 6.20. 2 Ti. 1.14.
Παραινέω, ῶ, (παρά & αἰνέω)
    f. έσω,
    to advice, exhort, Ac. 27.9, 22.
Παραιτέομαι, οῦμαι, (παρά & αἰτέω)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to entreat; to beg off, excuse one's self, Lu. 14.18, 19;
	to deprecate, entreat against, Ac. 25.11. He. 12.19,
	to decline receiving, refuse, reject,
	1 Ti. 4.7; 5.11. Tit. 3.10. He. 12.25;
	to decline, avoid, shun, 2 Ti. 2.23.
Παρακαθίζω, (παρά & καθίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to set beside; intrans. to sit by the side of,
	sit near, Lu. 10.39.
Παρακαλέω, (παρά & καλέω)
    f. έσω,
    to call for, invite to come, send for, Ac. 28.20;
	to call upon, exhort, admonish, persuade,
	Lu. 3.18. Ac. 2.40; 11.23;
	to beg, beseech, entreat, implore, Mat. 8.5, 31; 18.29. Mar. 1.40;
	to animate, encourage, comfort, console, Mat. 2.18; 5.4. 2 Co. 1.4, 6;
	pass. to be cheered, comforted, Lu. 16.25. Ac. 20.12. 2 Co. 7.13, et al.
Παρακαλύπτω, (παρά & καλύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to cover over, veil; met. pass. to be veiled from
	comprehension, Lu. 9.45.
Παρακαταθήκη, ης, ἡ, (παρακατίθημι, to lay down by, deposit)
    a deposit, a thing committed to one's charge, a trust,
	1 Ti. 6.20. 2 Ti. 1.14.
Παράκειμαι, (παρά & κεῖμαι)
    to lie near, be adjacent;
	met. to be at hand, be present, Ro. 7.18, 21.
Παράκλησις, εως, ἡ, (παρακαλέω)
    a calling upon, exhortation, incitement, persuasion,
	Ro. 12.8. 1 Co. 14.3; hortatory instruction, Ac. 13.15; 15.31;
	entreaty, importunity, earnest supplication, 2 Co. 8.4;
	solace, consolation, Lu. 2.25. Ro. 15.4, 5. 2 Co. 1.3–7;
	cheering and supporting influence, Ac. 9.31;
	joy, gladness, rejoicing, 2 Co. 7.13;
	cheer, joy, enjoyment, Lu. 6.24.
Παράκλητος, ου, ὁ,
    one called or sent for to assist another; an advocate,
	one who pleads the cause of another, 1 Jno. 2.1;
	genr. one present to render various beneficial service,
	and thus the Paraclete, whose influence and operation
	were to compensate for the departure of Christ himself,
	Jno. 14.16, 26; 15.26; 16.7.
Παρακοή, ῆς, ἡ, (παρακούω)
    an erroneous or imperfect hearing; disobdience, Ro. 5.10;
	a deviation from obedience, 2 Co. 10.6. He. 2.2.
Παρακολουθεω, ῶ, (παρά & ἀκολουθέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to follow or accompany closely; to accompany, attend,
	characterise, Mar. 16.17; to follow with the thoughts,
	trace, Lu. 1.3; to conform to, 1 Ti. 4.6; 2 Ti. 3.10.
Παρακούω, (παρά & ἀκούω)
    f. ούσομαι,
    to hear amiss, to fail to listen, neglect to obey,
	disregard, Mat. 18.17.
Παρακύπτω, (παρά & κύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to stoop beside; to stoop down in order to take a view,
	Lu. 24.12. Jno. 20.5, 11; to bestow a close and attentive
	look, to look intently, to penetrate, Ja. 1.25. 1 Pe. 1.12.
Παραλαμβάνω, (παρά & λαμβάνω)
    f. λήψομαι,
    pr. to take to one's side, to take, receive to one's self,
	Mat. 1.20. Jno. 14.3; to take with one's self,
	Mat. 2.13, 14, 20, 21; 4.5, 8; to receive in charge or
	possession, Col. 4.17. He. 12.28; to receive as a matter
	of instruction, Mar. 7.4. 1 Co. 11.23; 15.3; to receive,
	admit, acknowledge, Jno. 1.11. 1 Co. 15.2. Col. 2.6;
	pass. to be carried off, Mat. 24.40, 41. Lu. 17.34–36.
Παραλέγομαι, (παρά & λέγω)
    to sail by, coast along, Ac. 27.8, 13.
Παράλιος, ιου, ὁ, ἡ, (παρά & ἅλς)
    adjacent to the sea, maritime; ἡ παράλιος, sc. χώρα,
	the sea-coast, Lu. 6.17.
Παραλλᾰγή, ῆς, ἡ, (παραλλάσσω, to interchange)
    a shifting, mutation, change, Ja. 1.17.
Παραλογίζομαι, (παρά & λογίζομαι)
    f. ίσομαι,
    to misreckon, make a false reckoning; to impose upon,
	deceive, delude, circumvent, Col. 2.4. Ja. 1.22.
Παραλυτικός, ή, όν,
    paralytic, palsied, Mat. 4.24; 8.6; 9.2, 6, et al.:
	from
Παραλύω, (παρά & λύω)
    f. ύσω,
    to unloose from proper fixity or consistency of substance;
	to enervate or paralyse the body or limbs; pass. to be enervated
	or enfeebled, He. 12.12; pass. part. παραλελυμένος, paralytic,
	Lu. 5.18, 24, et al.
Παραμένω,
    f. μενῶ,
    to stay beside; to continue, stay, abide, 1 Co. 16.6. He. 7.23;
	met. to remain constant in, persevere in, Ja. 1.25.
Παραμυθέομαι, οῦμαι,(παρά & μυθέομαι, to speak, fr. μῦθος)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to exercise a gentle influence by words; to soothe, comfort,
	console, Jno. 11.19, 31. 1 Th. 5.14; to cheer, exhort, 1 Th. 2.11:
	whence
Παραμυθία, ας, ἡ,
    comfort, encouragement, 1 Co. 14.3.
Παραμύθιον, ίου, τό,
    gentle cheering, encouragement, Ph. 2.1.
Παρανομέω, ῶ, (παρά & νόμος)
    f. ησω,
    to violate or transgress law, Ac. 23.3:
	whence
Παρανομία, ας, ἡ,
    violation of law, transgression, 2 Pe. 2.16.
Παραπικραίνω, (παρά & πικραίνω)
    f. ανῶ, a.1. παρεπίκρᾱνα,
    pr. to incite to bitter feelings; to provoke;
	absol. to act provokingly, be refractory, He. 3.16: (S.)
	whence
Παραπικρασμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    exacerbation, exasperation, provocation; contumacy,
	rebellion, He. 3.8, 15. S.
Παραπίπτω, (παρά & πίπτω)
    f. πεσοῦμαι, a.2. παρέπεσον,
    pr. to fall by the side of; met. to fall off or away from,
	make defection from, He. 6.6.
Παραπλέω, ῶ, (παρά & πλέω)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to sail by or past a place, Ac. 20.16.
Παραπλύσιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (παρά & πλησίος, near)
    pr. near alongside; met. like, similar; neut. παραπλήσιον,
	adverbially, near to, with a near approach to, Ph. 2.27:
	whence
Παραπλησίως,
    adv. like, in the same or like manner, He. 2.14.
Παραπορεύομαι,(παρά & πορεύομαι)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to pass by the side of; to pass along,
	Mat. 27.39. Mar. 11.20; 15.29, et al.
Παράπτωμα, ατος, τό, (παραπίπτω)
    pr. a stumbling aside, a false step; in N.T.,
	a trespass, fault, offence, transgression,
	Mat. 6.14, 15; 11.25, 26, Ro. 4.25, et al.;
	a fall, defalcation in faith, Ro. 11.11, 12. L.G.
Παραῤῥέω, (παρά & ῥέω)
    f. ῥεύσομαι, a.2. παρεῤῥύην,
    to flow beside; to glide aside from;
	to fall off from profession, decline from steadfastness,
	forefeit faith, He. 2.1.
Παράσημον, ου, τό, (παρά & σῆμα)
    a distinguishing mark; an ensign or device of a ship,
	Ac. 28.11.
Παρασκευάζω, (παρά & σκευάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to prepare, make ready, 2 Co. 9.2, 3; mid. to prepare one's self,
	put one's self in readiness, Ac. 10.10. 1 Co. 14.8.
Παρασκευή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a getting ready, preparation; in N.T., preparation for a feast,
	day of preparation, Mat. 27.62. Mar. 15.42, et al.
Παρατείνω, (παρά & τείνω)
    to extend, stretch out; to prolong, continue, Ac. 20.7.
Παρατηρέω, ῶ, (παρά & τηρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to watch narrowly, Ac. 9.24; to observe or watch insidiously,
	Mar. 3.2. Lu. 6.7; 14.1; 20.20, to observe scrupulously,
	Ga. 4.10;
	whence
Παρατήρησις, εως, ἡ,
    careful watching, intent observation, Lu. 17.20. L.G.
Παρατίθημι, (παρά & τίθημι)
    f. παραθήσω,
    to place by the side of, near; to set before,
	Mar. 6.41; 8.6, 7. Lu. 9.16;
	met. to set or lay before, propound, Mat. 13.24, 31;
	to inculcate, Ac. 17.3;
	to deposit, commit to the charge of, intrust, Lu. 12.48; 23.46;
	to commend, Ac. 14.23.
Παρατυγχάνω, (παρά & τυγχάνω)
    f. τεύξομαι, a.2. παρέτυχον,
    to happen, to chance upon, chance to meet, Ac. 17.17.
Παραυτίκα, (παρά & αὐτίκα)
    adv. instantly, immediately; ὁ, ἡ, τὸ παραυτίκα,
	momentary, transient, 2 Co. 4.17.
Παραφέρω, (παρά & φέρω)
    f. οίσω, a.2. παρήνεγκον
    to carry past; to cause to pass away, Mar. 14.36. Lu. 22.42;
	pass. to be swept along, v.r. Jude 12; to be led away, misled,
	seduced, v.r. He. 13.9.
Παραφρονέω, ῶ, (παρά & φρονέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to be beside one's wits; παραφρονῶν, in a foolish style,
	2 Co. 11.23:
	whence
Παραφρονία, ας, ἡ,
    madness, folly, 2 Pe. 2.16. N.T.
Παραχειμάζω, (παρά & χειμάζω)
    to winter, spend the winter,
	Ac. 27.12; 28.11. 1 Co. 16.6. Tit. 3.12:
	whence
Παραχειμασία, ας, ἡ,
    a wintering in a place, Ac. 27.12. L.G.
Παραχρῆμα, (παρά & χρῆμα)
    adv. forthwith, immediately,
	Mat. 21.19, 20. Lu. 1.64, et al.
Πάρδᾰλις, εως, ἡ, (equiv. to πάρδος)
    a leopard, or panther, Re. 13.2.
Παρεδρεύω, (πάρεδρος, one who sits by, παρά & ἕδρα)
    f. εύσω,
    to site near; to attend, serve, v.r. 1 Co. 9.13.
Πάρειμι, (παρά & εἰμι)
    to be beside; to be present, Lu. 13.1, et al.;
	to be come, Mat. 26.50. Jno. 7.6; 11.28. Col. 1.6, et al.;
	to be in possession, He. 13.5. 2 Pe. 1.9, 12;
	part. παρών, οῦσα, όν, present, 1 Co. 5.3;
	τὸ παρόν, the present time, the present, He. 12.11.
Παρεισάγω, (παρά & εἰσάγω)
    f άξω,
    to introduce stealthily, 2 Pe. 2.1:
	whence
Παρείσακτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    clandestinely introduced, brought in stealthily, Ga. 2.4. N.T.
Παρεισδύω, v. δύνω, (παρά & εἰσδύω)
    f. δύσω, a.1. παρεισέδῡσα,
    to enter privily, creep in stealthily, steal in, Jude 4.
Παρεισέρχομαι, (παρά & εἰσέρχομαι)
    a.2. παρεισῆλθον,
    to supervene, Ro. 5.20; to steal in, Ga. 2.4.
Παρεισφέρω, (παρά & εἰσφέρω)
    f. οίσω, a.1. παρεισήνεγκα,
    to bring in beside; to bring into play, superinduce,
	exhibit in addition, 2 Pe. 1.5.
Παρεκτός, (παρά & ἐκτός)
    adv. without, on the outside; except, Mat. 5.32. Ac. 26.29;
	τὰ παρεκτός, other matters, 2 Co. 11.28. S.
Παρεμβολή, ῆς, ἡ,
	(παρεμβάλλω, to interpose or insert; παρά & ἐμβάλλω)
    an insertion beside, later, a marshalling of an army;
	an array of battle, army, He. 11.34; a camp, He. 13.11, 13.
	Re. 20.9; a standing camp, fortress, citadel, castle,
	Ac. 21.34, 37; 22.24; 23.10, 16, 32.
Παρενοχλέω, ῶ, (παρά & ἐνοχλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to superadd molestation; to trouble, harass, Ac. 15.19.
Παρεπίδημος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (παρά & ἐπίδημος)
    residing in a country not one's own, a sojourner, stranger,
	He. 11.13. 1 Pe. 1.1; 2.11. L.G.
Παρέρχομαι, (παρά & ἔρχομαι)
    f. ελεύσομαι, a.2. παρῆλθον,
    to pass beside, pass along, pass by, Mat. 8.28. Mar. 6.48;
	to pass, elapse, as time, Mat. 14.15. Ac. 27.9;
	to pass away, be removed, Mat. 26.39, 42. Mar. 14.35;
	met. to pass away, disappear, vanish, perish, Mat. 5.18; 24.34, 35;
	to become vain, be rendered void, Mat. 5.18. Mar. 13.31;
	to pass by, disregard, neglect, Lu. 11.42; 15.29;
	to come to the side of, come to, Lu. 12.37; 17.7.
Πάρεσις, εως, ἡ, (παρίημι)
    a letting pass; remission, forgiveness, pardon, Ro. 3.25.
Παρέχω, (παρά & ἔχω)
    f. έξω, a.2. παρέσχον,
    to hold beside; to hold out to, offer, present, Lu. 6.29;
	to confer, render, Lu. 7.4. Ac. 22.2; 28.2. Col. 4.1;
	to afford, furnish, Ac. 16.16; 17.31; 19.24. 1 Ti. 6.17;
	to exhibit, Tit. 2.7;
	to be the cause of, occasion, Mat. 26.10. Mar. 14.6.
	Lu. 11.7, et al.
Παρηγορία, ας, ἡ, (παρηγορέω, to exhort; to console)
    exhortation; comfort, solace, consolation, Col. 4.11.
Παρθενία, ας, ἡ,
    virginity, Lu. 2.36:
	from
Παρθένος, ου, ἡ,
    a virgin, maid, Mat. 1.23; 25.1, 7, 11. Ac. 2.9, et al.;
	in N.T., also masc., chaste, Re. 14.4.
Παρίημι, (παρά & ἵημι)
    f. παρήσω,
    to let pass beside, let fall beside; to relax;
	pass. p. part. παρειμένος, hanging down helplessly,
	unstrung, feeble, He. 12.12.
Παρίστημι, and later also παριστάνω, (παρά & ἵστημι)
    f. παραστήσω,
    trans. to place beside; to have in readiness, provide, Ac. 23.24;
	to present, cause to be present, place a the disposal of,
	Mat. 26.53. Ac. 9.41; to present to God, dedicate, consecrate,
	devote, Lu. 2.22. Ro. 6.13, 19; to prove, demonstrate, show,
	Ac. 1.3; 24.13; to commend, recommend, 1 Co. 8.8;
    intrans. p. παρέστηκα, part. παρεστώς, plp. παρειστήκειν, a.2. ταρέστην,
	and mid., to stand by or before, Ac. 27.24. Ro. 14.10; to stand by,
	to be present, Mar. 14.47, 69, 70; to stand in attendance, attend,
	Lu. 1.19; 19.24; of time, to be present, have come, Mar. 4.29;
	to stand by in aid, to aid, assist, support, Ro. 16.2.
Πάροδος, ου, ἡ, (παρά & ὁδός)
    a way by; a passing by; ἐν παρόδῳ, in passing, by the way, 1 Co. 16.1.
Παροικέω, ῶ, (πάροικος)
    f. ήσω,
    to dwell beside; later, to reside in a place as a stranger,
	sojourn, be a stranger or sojourner, Lu. 24.18. He. 11.9:
	whence
Παροικία, ας, ἡ,
    a sojourning, temporary residence in a foreign land,
	Ac. 13.17. 1 Pe. 1.17. S.
Πάροικος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (παρά & οἶκος)
    a neighbour; later, a sojourner, temporary resident,
	stranger, Ac. 7.6, 29. Ep. 2.19. 1 Pe. 2.11.
Παροιμία, ας, ἡ, (πάροιμος, by the road, trite, παρά & οἶμος)
    a by-word, proverb, adage, 2 Pe. 2.22; in N.T.,
	an obscure saying, enigma, Jno. 16.25, 29; a parable,
	similitude, figurative discourse, Jno. 10.6.
Πάροινος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (παρά & οἶνος)
    pr. pertaining to wine; given to wine, prone to intemperance,
	drunken: hence, quarrelsome, insolent, overbearing,
	1 Ti. 3.3. Tit. 1.7.
Παροίχομαι, (παρά & οἴχομαι)
    f. οιχήσομαι, p. ῴχημαι,
    to have gone by; p. part. παρῳχημένος, bygone, Ac. 14.16.
Παρομοιάζω,
    f. άσω,
    to be like, to resemble, Mat. 23.27: (N.T.)
	from
Παρόμοιος, οία, οιον, (παρά & ὅμοιος)
    nearly resembling, similar, like, Mar. 7.8, 13.
Παροξύνω, (παρά & ὀξύνω, to sharpen, fr. ὀξύς)
    f. υνῶ,
    to sharpen; met. to incite, stir up, Ac. 17.16;
	to irritate, provoke, 1 Co. 13.5:
	whence
Παροξυσμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    an inciting, incitement, He. 10.24;
	a sharp fit or anger, sharp contention,
	angry dispute, Ac. 15.39.
Παροργίζω, (παρά & ὀργίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to provoke to anger, irritate, exasperate,
	Ro. 10.19. Ep. 6.4: (S.)
	whence
Παροργισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    provocation to anger; anger excited, indignation,
	wrath, Ep. 4.26. S.
Παροτρύνω, (παρά & ὀτρύνω, to excite)
    f. υνῶ,
    to stir up, incite, instigate, Ac. 13.50.
Παρουσία, ας, ἡ, (πάρειμι)
    presence, 2 Co.10.10. Phi. 2.12; a coming, arrival, advent,
	Ph. 1.26. Mat. 24.3, 27, 37, 39. 1 Co. 15.23, et al.
Παροψίς, ίδος, ἡ, (παρά & ὄψον)
    pr. a dainty side-dish; meton. a plate, platter,
	Mat. 23.25, 26.
Παῤῥησία, ας, ἡ, (ῥῆσις, a speech)
    freedom in speaking, boldness of speech, Ac. 4.13. 1 Ti. 3.13;
	παῤῥησίᾳ, as an adv. freely, boldly, Jno. 7.13, 26; so
	μετὰ παῤῥησίαας, Ac. 2.29, 4.29, 31; license, authority, Philem. 8;
	confidence, assurance, 2 Co. 7.4. Ep. 3.12. He. 3.6; 10.19;
	openness, frankness, 2 Co. 3.12;
	παῤῥησίᾳ, and ἐν παῤῥησίᾳ, adverbially, openly, plainly,
	perspicuously, unambiguously, Mar. 8.32. Jno. 10.24;
	publicly, before all, Jno. 7.4:
	whence
Παῤῥησιάζομαι,
    f. άσομαι,
    to speak plainly, freely, boldly, and confidently,
	Ac. 13.46; 14.3, et al.
Πᾶς, πᾶσα, πᾶν, gen. παντός, πάσης, παντός,
    all; in the sing. all, the whole, usually when the subst.
	has the article, Mat. 6.29; 8.32. Ac. 19.26, et al.;
	every, only with an anarthrous subst., Mat. 3.10; 4.4; et al.;
	plu. all, Mat. 1.17, et al. freq.;
	πάντα, in all respects, Ac. 20.35. 1 Co. 9.25; 10.33; 11.2;
	by a Hebraism, a negative with πᾶς is sometimes equivalent to
	οὐδείς or μηδείς, Mat. 24.22. Lu. 1.37. Ac. 10.14. Ro. 3.20.
	1 Co. 1.29. Eph. 4.29, et al.
Πάσχα, τό, indec. (Heb. פסח, Aram. פסחא, fr. פסח, to pass over)
    the passover, the paschal lamb, Mat. 26.17. Mar. 14.12;
	met. used of Christ, the true paschal lamb, 1 Co. 5.7;
	the feat of the passover, the day on which the paschal lamb
	was slain and eaten, the 14th of Nisan, Mat. 26.18. Mar. 14.1.
	He. 11.28; more genr., the whole paschal festival,
	including the seven days of the feast of unleavened bread,
	Mat. 26.2. Lu. 2.41. Jno. 2.13, et al.
Πάσχω,
    f. πείσομαι, a.2. ἔπᾰθον, p. πέπονθα,
    to be affected by a thing whether good or bad; to suffer,
	endure evil, Mat. 16.21; 17.12, 15; 27.19;
	absol. to suffer death, Lu. 22.15; 24.26, et al.
Πατάσσω,
    f. άξω, a.1. ἐπάταξα,
    to strike, beat upon; to smite, wound, Mat. 26.51. Lu. 22.49, 50;
	by impl. to kill, slay, Mat. 26.31. Mar. 14.27. Ac. 7.24;
	to strike gently, Ac. 12.7; fr. the Heb.
	to smite, inflict evil, afflict with disease, plagues, &c.
	Ac. 12.23. Re. 11.6; 19.15.
Πατέω, ῶ,(πάτος, a path)
    intrans. to tread, Lu. 10.19; trans. to tread the winepress,
	Re. 14.20; 19.15; to trample, Lu. 21.24. Re. 11.2.
Πατήρ, τέρος, τρός, ὁ,
    a father, Mat. 2.22; 4.21, 22; spc. used of God,
	as the Father of man by creation, preservation, &c.,
	Mat. 5.16, 45, 48; and peculiarly as the Father of our
	Lord Jesus Christ, Mat. 7.21. 2 Co. 1.3;
	the founder of a race, remote progenitor, forefather,
	ancestor, Mat. 3.9; 23.30, 32; an elder, senior,
	father in age, 1 Jno. 2.13, 14; a spiritual father,
	1 Co. 4.15; father, author, cause, source, Jno. 8.44.
	He. 12.9. Ja. 1.17; used as an appellation of honour,
	Mat. 23.9. Ac. 7.2.
Πατραλῴας, ου, ὁ, (πατήρ & ἀλοάω, v. ἀλοιάω, to smite)
    a striker of his father; a parricide, 1 Ti. 1.9.
Πατριά, ᾶς, ἡ, (πατήρ)
    descent, lineage; a family, tribe, race, Lu. 2.4.
	Ac. 3.25. Ep. 3.15.
Πατριάρχης, ου, ὁ, (πατριά & ἀρχή)
    a patriarch, head or founder of a family,
	Ac. 2.29; 7.8, 9. He. 7.4. S.
Πατρικός, ή, όν, (πατήρ)
    from fathers or ancestors, ancestral, paternal, Ga. 1.14.
Πατρίς, ίδος, ἡ, (fr. same)
    one's native place, country, or city, Mat. 13.54, 57.
	Mar. 6.1, 4. Lu. 4.23, 24. Jno. 4.44.
Πατροπαράδοτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (πατήρ & παραδοτός, fr. παραδίδωμι)
    handed down or received by trandition from one's fathers
	or ancestors, 1 Pe. 1.18. L.G.
Πατρῴος, α, ον, (πατήρ)
    received from one's ancestors, paternal, ancestral,
	Ac. 22.3; 24.14; 28.17.
Παύω,
    f. παύσω,
    to cause to pause or cease, restrain, prohibit, 1 Pe. 3.10;
	mid. p. πέπαυμαι, to cease, stop, leave off, desist, refrain,
	Lu. 5.4; 8.24, et al.
Παχύνω, (παχύς, fat, gross)
    f. υνῶ, a.1. pass. ἐπαχύνθην,
    to fatten, make gross; met. pass. to be rendered gross,
	dull, unfeeling, Mat. 13.15. Ac. 28.27.
Πέδη, ης, ἡ, (πέζα, the foot)
    a fetter, Mar. 5.4. Lu. 8.29.
Πεδῐνός, ή, όν, (πεδίον, a plain, πέδον, the ground)
    level, flat, Lu. 6.17.
Πεζεύω, (πέζα, the foot)
    f. εύσω,
    pr. to travel on foot; to travel by land, Ac. 20.13.
Πεζἠ, (pr. dat. fem. of πεζός, ή, όν, pedestrian, fr. πέζα, the foot)
    on foot, or, by land, Mat. 14.13. Mar. 6.33.
Πειθαρχέω, ῶ, (πείθομαι & ἀρχή)
    f. ήσω,
    to obey one in authority, Ac. 5.29, 32. Tit. 3.1;
	genr. to obey, follow, or conform to advice, Ac. 27.21.
Πειθός, ή, όη, (πείθω)
    persuasive, 1 Co. 2.4. N.T.
Πειθώ, όος, οῦς, ἡ,
    Suada, the goddess of persusaion; persuasiveness, v.r. 1 Co. 2.4.
Πείθω,
    f. πείσω, p. πέπεικα, a.1. ἔπεισα, p. pass. πέπεισμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐπείσθην,
    to persuade, seek to persuade, endeavour to convince,
	Ac. 18.4; 19.8, 26; 28.23; to persuade,
	influence by persuasion, Mat. 27.20. Ac. 13.43; 16.28;
	to incite instigate, Ac. 14.29;
	to appease, render tranquil, to quiet, 1 Jno. 3.19;
	to strive to conciliate, aspire to the favour of, Ga. 1.10;
	to pacify, conciliate, win over, Mat. 28.14. Ac. 12.20;
	pass. & mid. to be persuaded of, be confident of,
	Lu. 20.6. Ro. 8.38.. He. 6.9;
	to suffer one's self to be persuaded, yield to persuasion,
	to be induced, Ac. 21.14;
	to be convinced, to believe, yield belief, Lu. 16.31. Ac. 17.4;
	to assent, listen to, obey, follow, Ac. 5.36, 37, 40;
	p.2. πέποιθα, to be assured, by confident,
	2 Co. 2.3. Ph. 1.6. He. 13.18;
	to confide in, trust, reply on, place hope and confidence in,
	Mat. 27.43. Mar. 10.24. Ro. 2.19.
Πεινάω, (πεῖνα, hunger)
    f. άσω, & ήσω, a.1. ἐπείνᾱσα,
    to hunger, be hungry, Mat. 4.2. Mar. 11.12;
	to be exposed to hunger, be famished, 1 Co. 4.11. Phi. 4.12;
	met. to hunger after, desire earnestly, long for, Mat. 5.6.
Πεῖρα, ας, ἡ,
    a trial, attempt, endeavour; λαμβάνειν πεῖραν,
	to attempt, He. 11.29; also,
	to experience, He. 11.36:
	whence
Πειράζω,
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐπείρᾰσα, p. pass. πεπείρασμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐπειράσθην,
    to make proof or trial of, put to the proof,
	whether with good or mischievous intent,
	Mat. 16.1; 22.35, et al.;
	absol. to attempt, essay, Ac. 16.7; 24.6;
	in N.T., to tempt, Mat. 4.1, et al.;
	to try, subject to trail, 1 Co. 10.13, et al.:
	whence
Πειρασμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a putting to the proof, proof, trial, 1 Pe. 4.12. He. 3.8;
	direct temptation to sin, Lu. 4.13;
	trial, temptation, Mat. 6.13; 26.41; 1 Co. 10.13, et al.;
	trial, calamity, affliction, Lu. 22.28, et al. S.
Πειράομαι, ῶμαι, (i.q. Act. πειράω, fr. πεῖρα)
    f. άσομαι,
    to try, attempt, assay, endeavour, Ac. 9.26; 26.21.
Πεισμονή, ῆς, ἡ, (πείθω)
    a yielding to persuasion, assent, Ga. 5.8. N.T.
Πέλᾰγος, εος, τό,
    the deep, the open sea, Mat. 18.6;
	a sea, contra distinguished from the sea in general and
	named from an adjacent country, Ac. 27.5.
Πελεκίζω, (πέλεκυς, an axe)
    f. ίσω,
    to strike or cut with an axe; to behead, Re. 20.4.
Πέμπτος, η, ον, (πέντε)
    fifth, Re. 6.9; 9.1; 16.10; 21.20.
Πέμπω,
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔπεμψα, a.1. pass. ἐπέμφθην,
    to send, to dispatch on any message, embassy, business, &c.,
	Mat. 2.8; 11.2; 14.10; to transmit, Ac. 11.29. Re. 1.11;
	to dismiss, permit to go, Mar. 5.12;
	to send in or among, 2 Th. 2.11;
	to thrust in, or put forth, Re. 14.15, 18.
Πένης, ητος, ὁ, ἡ, (πένομαι, to labour for one's bread)
    pr. one who labours for his bread; poor, needy, 2 Co. 9.9.
Πενθερά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    a mother-in-law, Mat. 8.14; 10.35. Mar. 1.30. Lu. 4.38; 12.53:
	from
Πενθερός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a father-in-law, Jno. 18.13.
Πενθέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐπένθησα,
    trans. to lament over, 2 Co. 12.21;
	abol. to lament, be sad, mourn, Mat. 5.4; 9.15. Mar. 16.10, et al.;
	mid. to bewail one's self, to feel compunction, 1 Co. 5.2:
	from
Πένθος, εος, τόν,
    mourning, sorrow, sadness, grief, Ja. 4.9, et al.
Πενιχρός, ά, όν, (πένης)
    poor, needy, Lu. 21.2.
Πεντάκις, (πέντε)
    adv. five time, 2 Co. 11.24.
Πεντακισχίλιοι, αι, α, (πέντε & χίλιοι)
    five times one thousand, five thousand, Mat. 14.21; 16.9, et al.
Πεντακόσιοι, ας, α, (πέντε)
    five hundred, Lu. 7.41. 1 Co. 15.6.
Πέντε, οἱ, αἱ, τά,
    indec. five, Mat. 14.17, 19; 16.9, et al.
Πεντεκαιδέκατος, η, ον, (πέντε, καί, & δέκα)
    fifteenth, Lu. 3.1.
Πεντήκοντα, οἱ, αἱ, τά, (πέντε)
    fifty, Mar. 6.40. Lu. 7.41, et al.
Πεντηκοστή, ῆς, ἡ, (fem. of πεντηκοστός, fiftieth)
    Pentecost, or the Feast of Weeks; one of the three great
	Jewish festivals, so called because it was celebrate on
	the fiftieth day reckoning from the second day of the
	feast of unleavened bread, i.e. from the 16th day of Nisan,
	Ac. 2.1; 20.16. 1 Co. 16.8.
Πεποίθησις, εως, ἡ, (πέποιθα, 2. p. of πείθω)
    trust, confidence, reliance, 2 Co. 1.15, et al. S.
Περ,
    enclit. particle, serving to add force to the word to which
	it is subjoined.
Πέρᾱν
    adv. across, beyond, over, on the other side,
	Mat. 4.15, 25; 19.1. Jno. 6.1, 17; ὁ, ἡ,
	τὸ, πέραν, farther, on the farther side, and
	τὸ πέραν, the farther side, the other side,
	Mat. 8.18, 28; 14.22, et al.
Πέρας, ᾰτος, τό,
    an extremity, end, Mat. 12.42. Lu. 11.31. Ro. 10.18;
	an end, conclusion, termination, He. 6.16.
Περί,
    prep., with a genitive, pr. of place about, around;
	about, concerning, respecting,
	Mat. 2.8; 11.10; 22.31. Jno 8.18. Ro. 8.3, et al. freq.;
    with an accusative, of place about, around, round about,
	Mat. 3.4. Mar. 3.34. Lu. 13.8;
	οἱ περί τινα, the companions of a person, Lu. 22.49;
	a person and his companions, Ac. 13.13;
	simply a person, Jno. 11.19;
	τὰ περί τινα, the condition, circumstances of any one,
	Ph. 2.23; of time, about, Mat. 20.3, 5, 6, 9;
	about, concerning, respecting, touching,
	Lu. 10.40. 1 Ti. 1.19; 6.21. Tit. 2.7, et al.
Περιάγω, (περί & ἄγω)
    f. άξω,
    to lead around, carry about in one's company,
	1 Co. 9.5; to traverse, Mat. 4.23; 9.35; 23.15. Mar. 6.6;
	absol. to go up and down, Ac. 13.11. (ᾰ.)
Περιαιρέω, ῶ, (περί & αἰρέω)
    f. ήσω, a.2. περιεῖλον,
    to take off, lift off, remove, 2 Co. 3.16; to cast off, Ac. 27.40;
	met. to cut off hope, Ac. 27.20; met. to take away sin, remove
	the guilt of sin, make expiation for sin, He. 10.11.
Περιαστράπτω, (περί & ἀστράπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to lighten around, shine like lightning around, Ac. 9.3; 22.6.
Περιβάλλω, (περί & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ, a.2. περιέβαλον, p. pass. περιβέβλημαι,
    to cast around; to clothe, Mat. 25.36, 38, 43; mid. to clothe
	one's self, to be clothed, Mat. 6.29, 31. Lu. 23.11. Jno. 19.2.
	Ac. 12.8. Re. 4.4, et al.; to cast around a city, to draw a
	line of circumvallation, Lu. 19.43.
Περιβλέπομαι, (i.q. περιβλέπω, fr. περί & βλέπω)
    f. ψομαι,
    trans. to look round upon, Mar. 3.5, 34; 11.11. Lu. 6.10;
	absol. to look around, Mar. 5.32; 9.8; 10.23.
Περιβόλαιον, ου, τό, (περιβάλλω)
    that which is thrown around any one, clothing, covering, vesture;
	a cloak, mantle, He. 1.12; a covering, a veil, 1 Co. 11.15.
Περιδέω, (περί & δέω)
    f. ήσω, p.pass. δέδεμαι,
    to bind round about; pass. to be bound around, be bound up,
	Jno. 11.44.
Περιεργάζομαι, (περί, intensive, & ἐργάζομαι)
    f. άσομαι,
    to do a thing with excessive or superfluous care; to be a
	busy-body, 2 Th. 3.11.
Περίεργος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (περί & ἔργον)
    over careful; officious, a busy-body, 1 Ti. 5.13;
	in N.T., περίεργα, magic arts, sorcery, Ac. 19.19.
Περιέρχομαι, (περί & ἔρχομαι)
    a.2. ῆλθον,
    to go about, wander about, rove, Ac. 19.13. He. 11.37;
	to go about, visit from house to house, 1 Ti. 5.13;
	to take a circuitous course, Ac. 28.13.
Περιέχω, (περί & ἔχω)
    f. περιέξω, a.2. περιέσχον,
    to encompass, enclose; to embrace, contain as a writing,
	Ac. 23.25; met. to encompass, seize on the mind, Lu. 5.9;
	περιέχει, impers. it is contained, it is among the contents
	of a writing, 1 Pe. 2.6.
Περιζώννυμι, & νύω, (περί & ζώννυμι)
    f. ζέσω, p. pass. περιέζωσμαι,
    to bind around with a girdle, gird; in N.T., mid. to gird
	one's self in preparation for bodily motion and exertion,
	Lu. 12.37; 17.8, et al.; to wear a girdle, Re. 1.13; 15.6.
Περίθεσις, εως, ἡ, (περιτίθημι)
    a putting on, wearing of dress, &c. 1 Pe. 3.3. N.T.
Περιΐστημι, (περί & ἵστημι)
    f. περιστήσω,
    to place around; intrans. a.2. περιέστην, p. pass. περιεστώς,
	to stand around, Jno. 11.42. Ac. 25.7;
	mid. to keep aloof from, avoid, shun, 2 Ti. 2.16. Tit. 3.9.
Περικάθαρμα, ατος, τό,
	(περικαθαιοω, to cleanse, purify, fr. περί & καθαίρω)
    pr. offscouring, filth; met. refuse, outcast, 1 Co. 4.13. S.
Περικαλύπτω, (περί & καλύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to cover round about, cover over; to cover the face, Mar. 14.65;
	to blindfold, Lu. 22.64; pass. to be overlaid, He. 9.4.
Περίκειμαι, (περί & κεῖμαι)
    f. κείσομαι,
    to lie around, be circumjacent; to environ, He. 12.1;
	to be hung round, Mar. 9.42. Lu. 17.2;
	to have around one's self, to wear, Ac. 28.20;
	to be beset, He. 5.2.
Περικεφαλαία, ας, ἡ, (fem. of περικεφάλαιος, περί & κεφαλή)
    a helment, Ep. 6.17. 1 Th. 5.8. L.G.
Περικρᾰτής, έος, ὁ, ἡ, (περί & κρατέω)
    overpowering; περικρατὴς γενέσθαι, to become master of,
	to secure, Ac. 27.16. L.G.
Περικρύπτω, (περί & κρύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to conceal by envelopment; to conceal in retirement,
	Lu. 1.24. L.G.
Περικυκλόω, (περί & κυκλόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to encircle, surround, Lu. 19.43.
Περιλάμπω, (περί & λάμπω)
    f. ψω,
    to shine around, Lu. 2.9. Ac. 26.13. L.G.
Περιλείπω, (περί & λείπω)
    f. ψω,
    to leave remaining; pass. to remain, survive,
	1 Th. 4.15, 17.
Περίλῡπος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (περί & λύπη)
    greatly grieved, exceedingly sorrowful, Mat. 26.38.
	Mar. 6.26; 14.34, et al.
Περιμένω, (περί & μένω)
    f. ενῶ,
    to await, wait for, Ac. 1.4.
Πέριξ, (περί)
    adv. round about; ὁ, ἡ, τό, περιξ, circumjacent,
	neighbouring, Ac. 5.16.
Περιοικέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to dwell around, or in the vicinity; to be a neighbour, Lu. 1.65:
	from
Περίοικος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (περί & οἶκος)
    one who dwells in the vicinity, a neighbour, Lu. 1.58.
Περιούσιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (περιυσία, abundance, wealth,
	fr. περίειμι, to superabound)
    superabundant; peculiar, special, Tit. 2.14. S.
Περιοχή, ῆς, ἡ, (περιέχω)
    a compass, circumference, contents; a section, a portion of
	Scripture, Ac. 8.32.
Περιπᾰτέω, ῶ, (περί & πατέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to walk, walk about, Mat. 9.5; 11.5; 14.24, 26, 29, et al.;
	to rove, roam, 1 Pe. 5.8; with μετά, to accompany, follow,
	have intercourse with, Jno. 6.66. Re. 3.4; to have one's
	locality, frequent, Jno. 7.1; 11.54; fr. the Heb.
	to live in any particular manner, follow a course of life
	or conduct, have one's conversation, behave, Ro. 6.4; 8.1, et al.
Περιπείρω, (περί & πείρω)
    f. περῶ, a.1. περιέπειρα,
    to put on a spit, transfix; met. to pierce, wound deeply,
	1 Ti. 6.10.
Περπίπτω, (περί & πίπτω)
    f. πεσοῦμαι, a.2. περιέπεσον,
    to fall around or upon, to fall in with, Lu. 10.30;
	to fall into, light upon, Ac. 27.41; to be involved in,
	Ja. 1.2.
Περιποιέω, (περί & ποιέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to cause to remain over and above, to reserve, save;
	mid. to acquire gain, earn, 1 Ti. 3.13;
	to purchase, Ac. 20.28:
	whence
Περιποίησις, εως, ἡ,
    a laying up, keeping; an acquiring or obtaining,
	acquisition, 1 Th. 5.9. 2 Th. 2.14; a saving,
	preservation, He. 10.39; a peculiar possession,
	specialty, Eph. 1.14. 1 Pe. 2.9.
Περιῤῥήγνυμι, (περί & ῥήγνυμι)
    f. ῥήξω,
    to break or tear all round; to strip off, Ac. 16.22.
Περισπάω, ῶ, (περί & σπάω)
    f. άσω,
    to draw off from around; to wheel about; to distract;
	pass. to be distracted, over-busied, Lu. 10.40.
Περισσεία, ας, ἡ, (περισσεύω)
    superabundance, Ro. 5.17. 2 Co. 8.2; 10.15. Ja. 1.21. S.
Περίσσευμα, ατος, τό,
    more than enough, residue over and above, Mar. 8.8;
	abundance, exuberance, Mat. 12.34. Lu. 6.45;
	superabundance, affluence, 2 Co. 8.13, 14. (L.G.)
	from
Περισσεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to be over and above, to be superfluous,
	Mat. 14.20; Mar. 12.44. Lu. 21.4, et al.;
	to exit in full quantity,
	to abound, be abundant, Ro. 5.15. 2 Co. 1.5;
	to increase, be augmented, Ac. 16.5;
	to be advanced, be rendered more prominent, Ro. 3.7;
	of persons, to be abundantly gifted, richly furnished,
	abound, Lu. 15.17. Ro. 15.13. 1 Co 14.12. 2 Co. 8.7, et al.;
	to be possessed of a full sufficiency, Phi. 4.12, 18;
	to abound in performance, 1 Co. 15.58;
	to be a gainer, 1 Co. 8.8; in N.T.,
	trans. to cause to be abundant, 2 Co. 4.15; 9.8. Eph. 1.8;
	to cause to be abundantly furnished, cause to abound, 1 Th. 3.12;
	pass. to be gifted with abundance, Mat. 13.12; 25.29:
	from
Περισσός, ή, όν, (περί)
    over and above, Mat. 5.37; superfluous, 2 Co. 9.1;
	extraordinary, Mat. 5.47;
	compar. more, greater, Mat. 11.9; 23.14, et al.;
	excessive, 2 Co. 2.7;
	adverbially, περισσόν, in full abundance, Jno. 10.10;
	περισσότερον & ἐκ περισσοῦ, exceedingly,
	vehemently, Mar. 6.51; 7.36. 1 Co. 15.10. Eph. 3.20, et al.;
	τὸ περισσόν, pre-eminence, advantage, Ro. 3.1:
	whence
Περισσοτέρως,
    adv. more, more abundantly, more earnestly, more vehemently,
	Mar. 15.14. 2 Co. 7.13, et al.; exceedingly, Ga. 1.14.
Περισσῶς,
    adv. much, abundantly, vehemently, Ac. 26.11; more,
	more abundantly, Mat. 27.23. Mar. 10.26.
Περιστερά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    a dove, pigeon, Mat. 3.16; 10.16, et al.
Περιτέμνω, (περί & τέμνω)
    f. τεμῶ, p. pass. περιτέτμημαι, a.2. περιέτεμον,
    to cut around; to circumcise, remove the prepuce,
	Lu. 1.59; 2.21, et al.; met. Col. 2.11;
	mid. to submit to circumcision, Ac. 15.1, et al.
Περιτίθημι, (περί & τίθημι)
    f. περιθήσω, a.1. περιέθηκα, a.2. περιέθην,
    to place around, put about or around, Mat. 21.33; 27.28, et al.;
	met. to attach, bestow, 1 Co. 12.23.
Περιτομή, ῆς, ἡ, (περιτέμνω)
    circumcision, the act or custom of circumcision,
	Jno. 7.22, 23. Ac. 7.8;
	the state of being circumcised, the being circumcised,
	Ro. 2.25, 26, 27; 4.10;
	meton. the circumcision, those who are circumcised,
	Ro. 3.30; 4.9;
	met. spiritual circumcision of the heart and affections,
	Ro. 2.29. Col. 2.11; meton. persons spiritually circumcised,
	Phi. 3.3. S.
Περιτρέπω, (περί & τρέπω)
    f. ψω,
    to turn about; to bring round into any state, Ac. 26.24.
Περιτρέχω, (περί & τρέχω)
    a.2. περιέδραμον,
    to run about, run up and down, Mar. 6.55.
Περιφέρω, (περί & φέρω)
    f. περιοίσω, a. περιήνεγκα & περιήνεγκον,
    to bear or carry about, Mar. 6.55; 2 Co. 4.10;
	pass. to be borne about hither and thither,
	to be whirled about, driven to and fro,
	Ep. 4.14. He. 13.9. Jude 12.
Περιφρονέω, ῶ, (περί & φρήν)
    f. ήσω,
    to contemplate, reflect on; to despise, disregard, Tit. 2.15.
Περίχωρος, ὁ, ἡ, (περί & χώρα)
    circumjacent; ἠ περίχωρος, sc. γῆ, an adjacent or
	circumjacent region, country round about, Mat. 14.35. Mar. 1.28;
	meton. inhabitants of the region round about, Mat. 3.5. L.G.
Περίψημα, ατος, τό, (περιψάω, to wipe on every side)
    filth which is wiped off; offscouring; met. 1 Co. 4.13. N.T.
Περπερεύομαι, (πέρπεπος, braggart)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to vaunt one's self, 1 Co. 13.4. L.G.
Πέρῠσι, (πέρας)
    adv. last year, a year ago, 2 Co. 8.10.
Πετάομαι, ῶμαι,
    a later form for πέτομαι, Re. 4.7; 14.6; 19.17.
Πετεινόν, οῦ, τό, (neut. of πετεινός, ή, όν, winged, flying
	fr. πέτομαι)
    a bird, fowl, Mat. 6.26; 8.20. et al.
Πέτομαι,
    f. πετήσομαι & πτήσομαι)
    to fly, Re. 12.14.
Πέτρα, ας, ἡ,
    a rock, Mat. 7.24, 25, et al.; met. Ro. 9.33. 1 Pe. 2.8;
	crags, clefts, Re 6.15, 16; stony ground, Lu. 8.6, 13.
Πέτρος, ου, ὁ,
    a stone; in N.T., the Greek rendering of the surname Cephas,
	given to Apostle Simon, and having, therefore, the same sense
	as πέτρα, Peter, Mat. 4.18; 8.14, et al.
Πετρώδης, εος, ους, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ες, (πέτρα, πέτρος)
    like rock; stony, rocky, Mat. 13.5, 20. Mar. 4.5, 16.
Πήγᾰνον, ου, τό,
    rue, a plant, ruta graveolens of Linn., Lu. 11.42.
Πηγή, ῆς, ἡ
    a source, spring, fountain, Ja. 3.11, 12; a well, Jno. 4.6;
	an issue, flux, flow, Mar. 5.29; met. Jno 4.14.
Πήγνυμι & πηγνύω
    f. ξω, a.1. ἔπηκα,
    to fasten; pitch a tent, He. 8.2
Πηδάλιον, ίον, τό, (πηδόν, the blade of an oar)
    a rudder, Ac. 27.40. Ja. 3.4.
Πηλίκος, η, ον,
    how large, Ga. 6.11; how great in dignity, He. 7.4. (ῐ)
Πηλός, οῦ, ὁ,
    moist earth, mud, slime, Jno. 9.6, 11. 14.15; clay,
	potter's clay, Ro. 9.21.
Πήρα, ας, ἡ,
    a leather bag or sack for provisions, scrip, wallet,
	Mat. 10.10. Mar. 6.8, et al.
Πῆχυς, εως, ὁ,
    pr. cubitus, the forearm; hence, a cubit, a measure of length,
	equal to the distance from the elbow to the extremity of the
	little finger, usually considered as equivalent to a foot
	and a half, or 17 inches and a half, Jno. 21.8. Re. 21.7;
	met. of time, a span, Mat. 6.27. Lu. 12.25.
Πιάζω, (a later form for πιέζω, derived from the Doric)
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐπίασα,
    to press; in N.T., to take or lay hold of, Ac. 3.7;
	to take, catch fish, &c., Jno. 21.3, 10. Re. 19.20;
	to take, seize, apprehend, arrest, Jno. 7.30, 32, 44,
	et al.
Πιέζω,
    f. έσω, p. pass. πεπίεσμαι,
    to press, to press or squeeze down, make compact by presure, Lu. 6.38.
Πιθανολογία, ας, ἡ, (πιθανός, persuasive, πείθω & λόγος)
    persuasive speech, plausible discourse, Col. 2.4.
Πικραίνω, ανῶ, (πικρός)
    to embitter, render bitter, Re. 10.9;
	pass. to be embittered, be made bitter, Re. 8.11; 10.10;
	met. pass. to be embittered, to grow angry, harsh, Col. 3.19.
Πικρία, ας, ἡ,
    bitterness, Ac. 8.23. He. 12.15;
	met. bitterness of spirit and language, harshness,
	Ro. 3.14. Ep. 4.31:
	from
Πικρός, ή, όν,
    bitter, Ja. 3.11; met. bitter, harsh, Ja. 3.14:
	whence
Πικρῶς,
    adv. bitterly, Mat. 26.75. Lu. 22.62.
Πίμπλημι,
    f. πλήσω, a.1. pass. ἐπλήσθην,
    to fill, Mat. 27.48, et al.;
	pass. to be filled mentally, be under full influence,
	Lu. 1.15; 4.28, et al.; to be fulfilled, v.r. Lu. 21.22;
	of stated time, to be brought to a close, arrive at its close,
	Lu. 1.23, 57; 2.6, 21, 22.
Πίμπρημι,
    f. πρήσω,
    to set on fire, burn, inflame; in N.T.,
	pass. to swell from inflammation, Ac. 28.6.
Πινακίδιον, ίου, τό,
    a small tablet for writing, Lu. 1.63:
	dimin. of
Πίναξ, ᾰκος, ὁ,
    pr. a board or plant; in N.T., a plate, platter, dish on
	which food was served, Mat. 14.8, 11, et al.
Πίνω,
    f. πίομαι, & πιοῦμαι, a.2. ἔπιον, p. πέπωκα,
    to drink, Mat. 6.25, 31; 26.27, 29, et al. freq.;
	trop. of the earth, to drink in, imbibe, He. 6.7.
Πιότης, τητος, ἡ, (πίων, fat)
    fatness, richness, Ro. 11.17.
Πιπράσκω, (redupl. fr. περάω, to bring from a distance to sell)
    p. πέπρᾱκα, pass. p. πέπρᾱμαι, a.1. ἐπράθην,
    to sell, Mat. 13.46; 18.25, et al.;
	met. with ὑπό, pass. to be sold under, to be a slave to,
	be devoted to, Ro. 7.14.
Πίπτω,
    f. πεσοῦμαι, p. πέπτωκα, a.2. ἔπεσον, & in N.T., a.1. ἔπεσα,
    to fall, Mat. 15.27. Lu. 10.18; to fall, fall prostrate,
	fall down, Mat. 17.6; 18.29. Lu. 17.16; to fall down dead,
	Lu. 21.24; to fall, fall in ruins, Mat. 7.25, 27. Lu. 11.17;
	met. to fall, come by change, as a lot, Ac. 1.26;
	to fall, to fail, become null and void, fall to the ground,
	Lu. 16.17; to fall, to come into a worse state,
	Re. 2.5; to come to ruin, Ro. 11.11. He. 4.11;
	to fall into sin, Ro. 11.22. 1 Co. 10.12;
	to fall in judgment, be condemned and punished, Re. 14.8,
	to fall upon, seize, Re. 11.11;
	to light upon, Re. 7.16;
	to fall under, incur, Ja. 5.12.
Πιστεύω, (πίστις)
    f. εύσω, p. πεπίστευκα,
    to believe, give credit to, Mar. 1.15; 16.13. Lu. 24.25;
	intrans. to believe, have a mental persuasion,
	Mat. 8.13; 9.28. Ja. 2.19; to believe, be of opinion,
	Ro. 14.2; in N.T.,
	πιστεύειν ἐν, εἰς, ἐπί, to believe in or on,
	Mat. 18.6; 27.42. Jno. 3.15, 16, 18;
	absol. to believe, be a believer,
	profess the religion of Jesus, Ac. 2.44; 4.4, 32; 13.48;
	trans. to intrust, commit to the charge or power of,
	Lu. 16.11. Jno. 2.24; pass. to be intrusted with,
	Ro. 3.2. 1 Co. 9.17.
Πιστικός, ή, όν, (πιστός)
    genuine, pure, unadulterated or (πίνω) —
	Mar. 14.3. Jon. 12.3. N.T.
Πίστις, εως, ἡ, (πείθομαι)
    faith, belief, firm persusasion, 2 Co. 5.7. He. 11.1;
	assurance, firm conviction, Ro. 14.23; argument, proof,
	assurance, Ac. 17.31; good faith, honesty, integrity,
	Mat. 23.23. Ga. 5.22. Tit. 2.10; faithfulness,
	truthfulness, Ro. 3.3; in N.T., faith in God and Christ,
	Mat. 8.10. Ac. 3.16, et al. freq.; ἡ πίστις, the matter
	of Gospel faith, Ac. 6.7. Jude 3, et al.
Πιστός, ή, όν, (πείθω)
    faithful, true, trusty, Mat. 24.45; 25.21, 23.
	Lu. 12.42. 2 Ti. 2.2; true, veracious, Re. 1.5; 2.13;
	credible, sure, certain, indubitable, Ac. 13.34. 1 Ti. 1.15;
	believing, yielding belief and confidence, Jno. 20.27.
	Ga. 3.9; spec. a Christian believer, Ac. 10.45; 16.1, 15.
	2 Co. 6.15:
	whence
Πιστόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to make trustworthy; pass. to be assured,
	feel sure belief, 2 Ti. 3.14.
Πλανάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1 ἐπλάνησα,
    to lead astray, cause to wander;
	pass. to go astray, wander about, stray,
	Mat. 18.12, 13. 1 Pe. 2.25;
	met. to mislead, deceive, Mat. 24.4, 5, 11, 24;
	pass. to be deceived, err, mistake, Mat. 22.29;
	to seduce, delude, Jno. 7.12;
	pass. to be seduced or wander from the path of virtue,
	to sin, transgress, Tit. 3.3. He. 5.2. Ja. 5.19, et al.:
	from
Πλάνη, ης, ἡ,
    a wandering; deceit, deception, delusion, imposture,
	fraud, Mat. 27.64. 1 Th. 2.3; seduction, deceiving,
	Ep. 4.14. 2 Th 2.11. 1 Jno. 4.6; error, false opinion,
	2 Pe. 3.17; wandering from the path of truth and virtue,
	perverseness, wickedness, sin. Ro. 1.27. Ja. 5.20.
	2 Pe. 2.18. Jude 11:
	whence
Πλανήτης, ου, ὁ,
    a rover, roving, a wanderer, wandering;
	ἀστὴρ πλανήτης, a wandering star. Jude 13.
Πλάνος, η, ον & ος, ον,
    a wanderer, vagabond; also act. deceiving, seducing;
	a deceiver, impostor, Mat. 27.63. 2 Co. 6.8. 1 Ti. 4.1.
	2 Jno. 7.
Πλάξ, ακός, ἡ,
    a flat broad surface; a table, tablet, 2 Co. 3.3. He. 9.4.
Πλάσμα, ατος, τό
    a thing formed or fashioned; spc. a potter's vessel, Ro. 9.20:
	from
Πλάσσω, v. ττω,
    f. πλάσω, a.1. ἔπλασα, a.1. pass. ἐπλάσθην,
    to form, fashion, mould, Ro. 9.20. 1 Ti. 2.13:
	whence
Πλαστός, ή, όν,
    formed, fashioned, moulded; met. fabricated, counterfeit, delusive, 2 Pe. 2.3.
Πλατεῖα, ας, ἡ, (pr. fem. of πλατύς)
    a street, broad way, Mat. 6.5; 12.19. Lu. 10.10, et al.
Πλάτος, εος, τό, (fr. same)
    breadth, Ep. 3.18. Re. 20.9; 21.16, bis.
Πλατύνω,
    f. υνῶ, p. pass. πεπλάτυμαι, a.1. pass. ἐπλατύνθην,
    to make broad, widen, enlarge, Mat. 23.5;
	pass. met., of the heart,
	from the Heb., to be expanded with kindly and genial feelings,
	2 Co. 6.11, 13:
	from
Πλατύς, εῖα, ύ,
    broad, wide, Mat. 7.13.
Πλέγμα, ατος, τό, (πλέκω)
    any thing plaited or intertwined; a braid of hair, 1 Ti. 2.9.
Πλεῖστος, η, ον,
    most; very great, Mat. 11.20; 21.8;
	τὸ πλεῖστον, as an adv. at most, 1 Co. 14.27:
	superlat. of πολύς.
Πλείων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον & πλέον, (comp. of πολύς)
    more in number, Mat. 21.36; 26.53;
	more in quantity, Mar. 12.43. Lu. 21.3;
	οἱ πλείονες v. πλείους, the greater part, the majority,
	Ac. 19.32; 27.12; the more, 1 Co. 9.19. 2 Co. 4.15;
	neut. πλεῖον, as an adv. more, Lu. 7.42;
	ἐπὶ πλεῖον, more, of time, longer, further, Ac. 24.4;
	of space, more widely, Ac. 4.17. 2 Ti. 2.16; 3.9;
	for the pos. much, of time, longer, Ac. 20.9;
	more, higher, greater, more excellent, of higher value,
	Mat. 5.20; 6.25.
Πλέκω,
    f. ξω,
    to interweave, weave, braid, plait, Mar. 15.17. Jno. 19.2.
Πλεονάζω, (πλείων, πλέον)
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐπλεόνασα,
    to be more than enough; to have in abundance,
	superabound, 2 Co. 8.15; to abound, be abundant,
	to increase, be augmented, Ro. 5.20; 6.1; in N.T.,
	trans. to cause to abound or increase, to augment,
	1 Th. 3.12.
Πλεονεκτέω, ῶ, (πλείων, πλέον & ἔχω)
    f. ήσω,
    to have more than another; to take advantage of;
	to overreach, make gain of, 2 Co. 7.2; 12.17, 18;
	to wrong, 1 Th. 4.6;
	to get the better, or an advantage of, 2 Co. 2.11:
	whence
Πλεονέκτης, ου, ὁ,
    one who has or claims to have more than his share;
	a covetous, avaricious person, one who defrauds
	for the sake of gain, 1 Co. 5.10, 11; 6.10. Ep. 5.5.
Πλεονεξία, ας, ἡ,
    some advantage which one possesses over another;
	an inordinate desire of riches, covetousness,
	Lu. 12.15, et al.; grasping, over-reaching, extortion,
	Ro. 1.29. 1 Th. 2.5, et al.; a gift exacted by importunity
	and conferred with grudging, 2 Co. 9.5; a scheme of
	extortion, Mar. 7.22.
Πλευρά, ας,
    pr. a rib; the side of the body, Jno. 19.34; 20.20, 25, 27.
	Ac. 12.7.
Πλέω,
    f. πλεύσομαι & πλευσοῦμαι, a.1. ἔπλευσα, p. πέπλευκα,
    to sail, Lu. 8.23. Ac. 21.3; 27.2, 6, 24.
Πληγή, ῆς, ἡ, (πλήσσω)
    a blow, stroke, stripe, Lu. 10.30; 12.48;
	meton. a wound, Ac. 16.33. Re. 13.3, 12, 14;
	fr. the Heb. a plague, affliction, calamity,
	Re. 9.20; 11.6.
Πλῆθος, εος, τό, (πλήθω)
    fullness, amplitude, magnitude; a multitude, a great number,
	Lu. 1.10; 2.13; 5.6; a multitude, a crowd, throng,
	Mar. 3.7, 8. Lu. 6.17, et al.:
	whence
Πληθύνω,
    f. υνῶ, a.1. ἐπλήθῡνα, a.1. pass. ἐπληθύνθην,
    trans. to multiply, cause to increase, augment,
	2 Co. 9.10. He. 6.14;
	pass. to be multiplied, increase, be accumulated,
	Mat. 24.12. Ac. 6.7; 7.17, et al.;
	intrans. to multiply, increase, be augmented, Ac. 6.1.
Πλήθω,
    see πίμπλημι.
Πλήκτης, ου, ὁ, (πλήσσω)
    a striker, one apt to strike; a quarrelsome, violent person,
	1 Ti. 3.3. Tit. 1.7.
Πλύμμῡρα, ας, ἡ, (πλύμμη, to flow of the sea, πλήθω)
    the flood-tide; a flood, inundation, Lu. 6.48.
Πλήν, (πλέον)
    adv. besides, except, Mar. 12.32. Ac. 8.1; 20.23;
	as a conj. but, however, nevertheless, Mat. 18.7. Lu. 19.27.
	Eph. 5.33, et al.
Πλήρης, εος, ους, ὁ, ἡ, (πλέος)
    full, filled, Mat. 14.20; 15.37; full of disease, Lu. 5.12;
	met. full of, abounding in, wholly occupied with, completely
	under the influence of, or affected by, Lu. 4.1. Jno. 1.14.
	Ac. 9.36, et al.; full, complete, perfect, Mar. 4.28.
Πληροφορέω, ῶ, (πλήρης & φορέω)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐπληροφόρησα,
    to bring full measure, to give in full; to carry out fully,
	to discharge completely, 2 Ti. 4.5; 4.17; pass. of things,
	to be fully established as a matter of certainty, Lu. 1.1;
	of persons, to be fully convinced, assured, Ro. 4.21:
	whence
Πληροφορία, ας, ἡ,
    full conviction, firm persuasion, assurance, 1 Th. 1.5.
	Col. 2.2, et al. N.T.
Πληρόω, ῶ, (πλήρης)
    f. ώσω, p. πεπλήρωκα, a.1. ἐπλήρωσα,
    to fill, make full, fill up, Mat. 13.48; 23.32. Lu. 3.5;
	to fill up a deficiency, Phi. 4.18, 19;
	to pervade, Jno. 12.3. Ac. 2.2;
	to pervade with an influence,
	to influence fully, possess fully,
	Jno. 16.6. Ac. 2.28; 5.3. Ro. 1.29. Eph. 5.18, et al.;
	to complete, perfect, Jno. 3.29. Eph. 3.19, et al.;
	to bring to an end, Lu. 7.1;
	to perform fully, discharge,
	Mat. 3.15. Ac. 12.25; 13.25; 14.26. Ro. 13.8.. Col. 4.17;
	to consummate, Mat. 5.17;
	to realise, accomplish, fulfil,
	Lu. 1.20; 9.31. Ac. 3.18; 13.27;
	fr. the Heb. to set forth fully, Ro. 15.19. Col. 1.25;
	pass. of time, to be fulfilled, come to an end, be fully arrived,
	Mar. 1.15. Lu. 21.24. Jno. 7.8, et al.;
	of prophecy, to receive fulfilment, Mat. 1.22, et al. freq.:
	whence
Πλήρωμα, ατος, τό,
    that which fills up; full measure, entire contents,
	Mar. 8.20. 1 Co. 10.26, 28;
	complement, full extent, full number, Ga. 4.4. Eph. 1.10;
	that which fills up a deficiency, a supplement, a patch, Mat. 9.16;
	fulness, abundance, Jno. 1.16. Ro. 15.29; a fulfilling, perfect
	performance, Ro. 13.10; complete attainment of entire belief,
	full acceptance, Ro. 11.12; full development, plenitude,
	Eph. 1.23; 3.19; 4.13. Col. 1.19; 2.9.
Πλησίον, (πέλας, idem)
    adv. near, near by, Jno. 4.5; ὁ πλησίον, a neighbour,
	Mat. 19.19. Ro. 15.2, et al.; a friendly meighbour, Mat. 5.43.
Πλησμονή, ῆς, ἡ, (πίμπλημι)
    a filling up; met. gratification, satisfaction, Col. 2.23.
Πλήσσω,
    f. ξω, a. pass. ἐπλήγην,
    to strike, smite; fr. the Heb. to smite, to plague,
	blast, Re. 8.12.
Πλοιάριον, ου, τό,
    a small vessel, boat, Mar. 3.9, et al.: dimin. of
Πλοῖον, ου, τό, (πλέω)
    a vessel, ship, bark, whether large or small,
	Mat. 4.21, 22. Ac. 21.2, 3, et al.
Πλόος, οῦς, όου, οῦ, and later, πλοῦς, πλοός, ὁ, (fr. same)
    sailing, navigation, voyage, Ac. 21.7; 27.9, 10.
Πλούσιος, α, ον, (πλοῦτος)
    rich, opulent, wealthy; and pl. οἱ πλούσιοι, the rich,
	Mat. 19.23, 24; 27.57, et al.;
	met. rich, abounding in, distinguished for,
	Ep. 2.4. Ja. 2.5. Re. 2.9; 3.17;
	meton. used of one who is in a state of glory, dignity,
	happiness, &c. 2 Co. 8.9:
	whence
Πλουσίως,
    adv. richly, largely, abundantly, Col. 3.16, et al.
Πλουτέω, ῶ, (πλοῦτος)
    f. ήσω, p. πεπλούτηκα, a.1. ἐπλούτησα,
    to be or become rich, Lu. 1.25. 1 Ti. 6.9;
	trop. Lu. 12.21; met. to abound in,
	be abundantly furnished with, 1 Ti. 6.18;
	to be spiritually enriched, 2 Co. 8.9, et al.
Πλουτίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐπλούτισα,
    to make rich, enrich;
	met. to enrich spiritually,
	1 Co. 1.5. 2 Co. 6.10; 9.11:
	from
Πλοῦτος, ου, ὁ,
    riches, wealth, opulence, Mat. 13.22. Lu. 8.14; in N.T.,
	πλοῦτος τοῦ Θεοῦ, v. Χριστοῦ, those rich benefits,
	those abundant blessings which flow from God or Christ,
	Ep. 3.8. Phi. 4.19; met. richness, abundance, copiousness,
	Ro. 2.4; 11.33. 2 Co. 8.2; meton. a spiritual enriching,
	Ro. 11.12.
Πλύνω,
    f. υνῶ, a.1. ἔπλῡνα,
    to wash garments, Re. 7.14.
Πνεῦμα, ατος, τό, (πνέω)
    wind, air in motion, Jno 3.8; breath, 2 Th. 2.8;
	the substance spirit, Jno. 3.6; a spirit, spiritual
	being, Jno. 4.24. Ac. 23.8, 9. He. 1.14; a bodyless
	spirit, spectre, Lu. 24.37; a foul spirit,
	διαμόνιον, Mat. 8.16. Lu. 10.20; spirit, as a vital principle,
	Jno. 6.63. 1 Co. 15.45; the human spirit, the soul,
	Mat. 26.41; 27.50. Ac. 7.59. 1 Co. 7.34. Ja. 2.26;
	the spirit as the seat of thought and feeling,
	the mind, Mar. 8.12. Ac. 19.21, et al.;
	spirit, mental frame, 1 Co. 4.21. 1 Pe. 3.4;
	a characteristic spirit, as influential principle,
	Lu. 9.55. 1 Co. 2.12. 2 Ti. 1.7;
	a pervading influence, Ro. 11.8;
	spirit, frame of mind, as distinguished from outward
	circumstances and actions, Mat. 5.3; spirit as
	distinguished from outward show and form, Jno. 4.23;
	spirit, a spiritual frame, Ro. 8.4. Jude 19;
	spirit, latent spiritual import, spiritual significance,
	as distinguished from the mere letter,
	Ro. 2.29; 7.6. 2 Co. 3.6, 17;
	spirit, as a term from a principle superior to a merely
	natural or carnal course of things, Ro. 8.4. Ga. 4.29;
	a spiritual dispensation, He. 9.14;
	the Holy Spirit, Mat. 3.16; 12.31. Jno 1.32, 33, et al.;
	a gift of the Holy Spirit, Jno. 7.39. Ac. 19.2. 1 Co. 14.12,
	et al.; an operation or influence of the Holy Spirit,
	1 Co. 12.3, et al.; a spiritual influence, an inspiration,
	Mat. 22.43. Lu. 2.27. Eph 1.17;
	a professedly divine communication, or, a professed possessor
	of a spiritual communication,
	1 Co. 12.10. 2 Th. 2.2. 1 Jno. 4.1, 2, 3:
	whence
Πνευματικός, ή, όν,
    spiritual, pertaining to the soul, as distinguished from
	what concerns the body, Ro. 15.27. 1 Co. 9.11;
	spiritual, pertaining to the nature of spirits, 1 Co. 15.44;
	τὰ πνευματικὰ τῆς πονηρίας, i.q. τὰ πνεύματα τὰ πονηρά,
	evil spirits, Ep. 6.12; spiritual, pertaining or relating
	to the influences of the Holy Spirit, of things,
	Ro. 1.11; 7.14, et al.;
	τὰ πνευματικά, spiritual gifts, 1 Co. 12.1; 14.1;
	suprior in process to the natural course of things,
	miraculous, 1 Co. 10.3; of persons, gifted with a spiritual
	frame of mind, spiritually affected, 1 Co. 2.13, 15;
	endowed with spiritual gifts, inspired, 1 Co.14.37:
	whence
Πνευματικῶς,
    adv. spiritually, through spiritual views and affections,
	1 Co. 2.14; spiritually, in a spiritual sense,
	allegorically, Re. 11.8.
Πνέω,
    f. πνεύσω, later πνεύσομαι & πνευσοῦμαι, a.1. ἐπνευσα,
    to breathe; to blow, as the wind, Mat. 7.25, 27; et al.
Πνίγω,
    f. ξω, ξομαι, & ξοῦμαι, a.1. ἐπνιξα,
    to stifle, suffocate, choke, Mat. 5.13;
	to seize by the throat, Mat. 18.28: (ῑ)
	whence
Πνικτός, ή, όν,
    strangled, suffocated; in N.T.,
	τὸ πνικτόν, the flesh of animals killed by
	strangulation or suffocation,
	Ac. 15.20, 29; 21.25.
Πνοή, ῆς, ἡ, (πνέω)
    breath, respiration, Ac. 17.25;
	a wind, a blast of wind, breeze, Ac. 2.2.
Ποδήρης, εος, ους, ὁ, ἡ, (ποῦς & ἄρω, to fit)
    reaching to the feet;
	as subst., sc. ἐσθής, a long, flowing robe reaching
	down to the feet, Re. 1.13.
Πόθεν,
    adv. whence? whence, used of place, &c. Mat. 15.33;
	met. of a state of dignity, Re. 2.5;
	used of origin, Mat. 21.25; of cause, source, author, &c.
	Mat. 13.27, 54, 56. Lu. 1.43;
	how? in what way?, Mar. 8.4; 12.37.
Ποιέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. πεποίηκα, a.1. ἐποίησα,
    to make, form, construct, Mat. 17.4. Mar. 9.5. Jno. 2.15;
	of God, to create, Mat. 19.4. Ac. 4.24;
	to make, prepare a feast, &c. Mat. 22.2. Mar. 6.21;
	met. to make, establish, ratify, a covenant, He. 8.9;
	to make, assume, consider, regard, Mat. 12.33;
	to make, effect, bring to pass,
	cause to take place, do, accomplish,
	Mat. 7.22; 21.21. Mar. 3.8; 6.5; 7.37;
	met. to perfect, accomplish, fulfil, put in execution
	a purpose, promise, &c. Lu. 16.4; 19.48;
	to cause, make, Mat. 5.32. Jno. 11.37. Ac. 24.12;
	to make gain, gain, acquire, profit, Mat. 25.16. Lu. 19.18;
	to get procure, Lu. 12.33; to make,
	to cause to be or become any thing, Mat. 21.13; 23.15;
	to use, treat, Lu. 15.19; to maek, constitute,
	appoint to some office, Mat. 4.19. Mar 3.14;
	to make, declare to be, 1 Jno. 1.10; 5.10;
	to do, to perform, execute, practise, act, Mat. 5.46, 47; 6.2, 3;
	to commit evil, Mat. 13.41; 27.23;
	to be devoted to, follow, practise, Jno. 3.21; 5.29. Ro. 3.12;
	to do, execute, fulfil, keep, observe, obey, precepts, &c.
	Mat. 1.24; 5.19; 7.21, 24, 26;
	to bring evil upon, inflict, Ac. 9.13;
	to keep, celebrate a festival, Mat. 26.18;
	to institute the celebration of a festival, He. 11.28;
	ποιεῖν τινα ἔξω, to cause to leave a place, i.q. ἐξω ἄγειν,
	to lead or conduct out, Ac. 5.34;
	to pass, spend time, continue for a time,
	Mat. 20.12. Ac. 15.33; 18.23. Ja. 1.10;
	to bear, as trees, yield, produce, Mar. 3.8, 10; 7.17, 18, 19;
    with a substantive or adjective it forms a periphrasis for the
	verb corresponding to the noun or adjective,
	e.g. δῆλον ποιείν, i.q. δηλοῦν,
	to make manifest, betray, Mat. 26.73;
    ἐκδίκησιν π., i.q. ἐκδικεῖν, to vindicate, avenge, Lu. 18.7, 8;
    ἔκθετον π., i.q. ἐκτιθέναι, to expose infants, Ac. 7.19;
    ἐνέδραν π., i.e. ἐνεδρεύειν, to lie in wait, Ac. 25.3;
    ἐξουσίαν, π., i.e. ἐξουσιάζειν, to exercise power or authority, Re. 13.12;
    κρίσιν π., i.q. κρίνειν, to judge, act as judge, Jno. 5.27;
    λύτπωσιν π., i.q. λυτροῦν, to deliver, set free, Lu. 1.68;
    μονὴν π. i.q. μένειν, to remain, dwell, Jno. 14.23;
    πόλεμον π., i.q. πολεμεῖν, to make or wage war, fight, Re. 11.7;
    συμβούλιον π., i.q. συμβουλεύσθαι, to consult together, deliberate, Mat. 3.6;
    συνωμοσίαν π., i.q. συνομνύναι, & συστροφὴν π.,
	i.q. συστρέφεσθαι, to conspire together, form a conspiracy, Ac. 23.12, 13;
    φανερὸν π., i.q. φανεροῦν, to make known, betray, Mat. 12.16;
    ἀναβολὴν ποιεῖσθαι, i.q. ἀναβάλλεσθαι, to delay, procrastinate, Ac. 25.17;
    βέβαιον π., i.q. βεβαιοῦν, to confirm, render firm and sure, 2 Pe. 1.10;
    δεήσεις π., i.q. δεῖσθαι, to pray, offer prayer, Lu. 5.33;
    ἐκβολὴν π., i.q. ἐκβάλλειν, to cast out, throw overboard, Ac. 27.18;
    καθαρισμὸν π., i.e. καθαρίζειν, to cleanse from sin, He. 1.3;
    κοινωνίαν π., i.q. κοινωνεῖν, to communicate in liberality, bestow alms, Ro. 15.26;
    κοπετὸν π., i.q. κόπτεσθαι, to lament, bewail, Ac. 8.2;
    λόγον π., to regard, make account of, Ac. 20.24;
    μνείαν π., i.q. μνησθῆναι, to call to mind, Ro. 1.9;
    μνήμην π., to remember, retain in memory, 2 Pe. 1.15;
    πορείαν π., i.q. πορεύεσθαι, to go, journey, travel, Lu. 13.22;
    πρόνοιαν π., i.q. προνοεῖσθαι, to take care of, provide for, Ro. 13.14;
    σπουδὴν π., i.e. σπουδάζειν, to act with diligence and earnestness, Jude 3:
	whence
Ποίημα, ατος, τό,
    that which is made or done; a work, workmanship, creation,
	Ro. 1.20; met. Ep. 2.10.
Ποίησις, εως, ἡ,
    a making; an acting, doing, performance; observance of a
	law, Ja. 1.25.
Ποιητής, οῦ, ὁ,
    a maker; the maker or author of a song or poem, a poet, Ac. 17.28;
	a doer; a performer of the enactments of a law, Ro. 2.13, et al.
Ποικίλος, ἡ, ον,
    of various colours, variegated, chequered; various, diverse,
	manifold, Mat. 4.24, et al. (ῐ.)
Ποιμαίνω,
    f. ανῶ, a.1. ἐποίμᾱνα,
    to feed, pasture, tend a flock, Lu. 17.7. 1 Co. 9.7; trop.
	to nourish, promote the interest of, Jude 12;
	met. to tend, direct, superintend, Mat. 2.6. Jno. 21.16, et al.;
	to rule, Re. 2.27:
	from
Ποιμήν, ένος, ὁ,
    one who tends flocks or heards, a shepherd, herdsman,
	Mat. 9.36; 25.32;
	met. a pastor, superintendent, guardian,
	Jno. 10.11, 14, 16, et al.
Ποίμνη, ης, ἡ
    a flock of sheep, Lu. 2.8. 1 Co. 9.7;
	met. a flock of disciples, Mat. 26.31. Jno. 10.16.
Ποίμνιον, ου, τό, (contr. for ποιμένιον, a flock)
    a flock; met. a flock of Christian disciples,
	Lu. 12.32. Ac. 20.28, 29. 1 Pe. 5.2, 3.
Ποῖος, οία, οῖον,
    of what kind, sort, or species, Jno. 12.33; 21.19;
	what? which?, Mat. 19.18; 21.23, 24, 27, et al.
Πολεμέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐπολέμησα,
    to make or wage war, fight, Re. 2.16; 12.7, et al.;
	to battle, quarrel, Ja. 4.2:
	from
Πόλεμος, ου, ὁ,
    war, Mat. 24.6. Mar. 13.7; battle, engagement, combat,
	1 Co. 14.8. He. 11.34; battling, strife, Ja. 4.1, et al.
Πόλις, εως, ἡ,
    a city, an enclosed and walled town, Mat. 10.5, 11; 11.1;
	meton. the inhabitants of a city, Mat. 8.34; 10.15;
	with a gen. of person, or a personal pron., the city of any one,
	the city of one's birth or residence, Mat. 9.1. Lu. 2.4, 11;
	ἡ πόλις, the city, κατ᾿ ἐξοχήν, Jerusalem, Mat. 21.18; 28.11;
	met. a place of permanent residence, abode, home,
	He. 11.10, 16; 13.14.
Πολῑτάρχης, ου, ὁ, (πόλις & ἄρχω)
    a ruler or prefect of a city, city magistrate,
	Ac. 17.6, 8. N.T.
Πολῑτεία, ας, ἡ, (πολιτεύω)
    the state of being a citizen; citizenship,
	the right or privilege of being a citizen,
	freedom of a city or state, Ac. 22.28;
	a commonwealth, community, Eph. 2.12.
Πολίτευμα, ατος, τό,
    the administration of a commonwealth; in N.T.,
	equivalent to πολιτεία, a community, commonwealth,
	Phi. 3.20:
	from
Πολιτεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    intrans. to be a citizen; trans. to govern a
	city or state, administer the affairs of a state;
	pass. to be governed; in N.T., to order one's life
	and conduct, converse, live, in a certain manner
	as to habits and principles, Ac. 23.1. Ph 1.27:
	from
Πολίτης, ου, ὁ, (πόλις)
    a citizen, Lu. 15.15; 19.14. Ac. 21.39. (ῑ.)
Πολλάκις, (πολύς)
    adv. many times, often, frequently,
	Mat. 17.15. Mar. 5.4; 9.22, et al. (ᾰ.)
Πολλαπλᾰσίων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον,
	(a later equivalent to πολλαπλάσιος, fr. πολύς)
    manifold, many times more, Lu. 18.30.
Πολυεύσπλαγχνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (πολύς, εὖ, & σπλάγχνον)
    very merciful, very compassionate, v.r. Ja. 5.11. N.T.
Πολυλογία, ας, ἡ, (πολύς & λόγος)
    wordiness, loquacity, Mat. 6.7.
Πολυμερῶς, (πολυμερής, consisting of many parts, πολύς & μέρος)
    adv. in many parts or parcels, He. 1.1.
Πολυποίκῐλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (πολύς & ποικίλος)
    exceedingly various, multifarious, multiform, manifold;
	by impl. immense, infinite, Ep. 3.10.
Πολύς, πολλή, πολύ, gen. πολλοῦ, πολλῆς, πολλοῦ,
    great in magnitude or quantity, much, large,
	Mat. 13.5. Jno. 3.23; 15.8;
	pl. many, Mat. 3.7;
	in time, long, Mat. 25.19. Mar. 6.35. Jno. 5.6;
	οἱ πολλοί, the many, the mass, Ro. 5.15; 12.5. 1 Co. 10.33;
	τὸ πολύ, much, 2 Co. 8.15;
	πολύ, as an adv. much, greatly, Mar. 12.27. Lu. 7.47;
	of time, ἐπ᾿ πολύ, a long time, Ac. 28.6;
	μετ᾿ οὐ πολύ, not long after, Ac. 27.14;
	followed by a compar. much, 2 Co. 8.22;
	πολλῷ, much, by much, Mat. 6.30. Mar. 10.48;
	τὰ πολλά, as an adv. most frequently, generally, Ro. 15.22;
	πολλά, as an adv. much, greatly, vehemently, Mar. 1.45; 3.12;
	of time, many times, frequently, often Mat. 9.14.
Πολύσπλαγχνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (πολύς & σπλάγχνον)
    very merciful, very compassionate, Ja. 5.11. N.T.
Πολυτελής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (πολύς & τέλος)
    expensive, costly, Mar. 14.3. 1 Ti. 2.9; of great value,
	very precious, 1 Pe. 3.4.
Πολύτῑμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (πολύς & τιμή)
    of great price, costly, precious, Mat. 13.46. Jno. 12.3.
Πολυτρόπως, (πολύτροπος, manifold, various, πολύς & τρόπος)
    adv. in many ways, in various modes, He. 1.1.
Πόμα, ατος, τό, (πέπομαι, p. pass. of πίνω)
    drink, 1 Co. 10.4. He. 9.10.
Πονηρία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. badness, bad condition; in N.T.,
	evil disposition of mind, wickedness, mischief, malignity,
	Mat. 22.18, et al.;
	pl. πονηρίαι, wicked deeds, villainies, Mar. 7.23. Ac. 3.26:
	from
Πονηρός, ά, όν,
    bad, unsound, Mat. 6.23; 7.17, 18; evil, afflictive,
	Ep. 5.16; 6.13. Re. 16.2; evil, wrongful, malignant,
	malevolent, Mat. 5.11, 39. Ac. 28.21; evil, wicked,
	impious, and τὸ πονηρόν, evil, wrong, wickedness,
	Mat. 5.37, 45; 9.4; slothful, inactive, Mat. 25.26. Lu. 19.22;
	ὁ πονηρός, the evil one, the devil, Mat. 13.19, 38. Jno. 17.15;
	evil eye, i.q. φθονερός, envious, Mat. 20.15. Mar. 7.22;
	impl. covetous, niggardly, Mat. 7.11:
	from
Πόνος, ου, ὁ, (πένομαι)
    labour, travail; pain, misery, anguish, Re. 16.10, 11; 21.4.
Ποντικός, ή, όν,
    belonging to, or an inhabitant of Πόντος, Ac. 18.2.
Πορεία, ας, ἡ,
    a going, progress; a journey, travel, Lu. 13.22;
	fr. the Heb. way or manner of life, business, occupation,
	Ja. 1.11:
	from
Πορεύομαι, (mid. of πορεύω, to convey, transport, fr. πόρος)
    f. εύσομαι, a. ἐπορεύθην,
    to go, pass from one place to another, Mat. 17.27; 18.12;
	to go away, depart, Mat. 24.1; 25.41. Jno. 14.2, 3;
	trop. to go away, depart from life, to die, Lu. 22.22;
	to go, pass on one's way, journey, travel, Mat. 2.8, 9. Lu 1.39. 2.41;
	πορεύομαι ὀπίσω, to go after, to become a follower or partisan,
	Lu. 21.8; or, to pursue after, be devoted to, 2 Pe. 2.10;
	fr. the Heb. to go or proceed in any way or course of life,
	live in any manner, Lu. 1.6; 8.14. Ac. 9.31.
Πορθέω, ῶ, (a collateral from of πέρθω)
    f. ήσω,
    to lay waste, destroy; impl. to harass, ravage,
	Ac. 9.21. Ga. 1.13, 23.
Πορισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
	(πορίζομαι, to furnish to one's self, acquire, gain,
	mid. of πορίζω, to furnish, supply)
    a providing, procuring; meton. source of gain, 1 Ti. 6.5, 6. L.G.
Πορνεία, ας, ἡ,
    fornication, whoredom, Mat. 15.19. Mar. 7.21. Ac. 15.20, 29;
	concubinage, Jno. 8.41; adultery, Mat. 5.32; 19.9;
	incest, 1 Co. 5.1; lewdness, uncleanness, genr., Ro. 1.29;
	from the Heb. put symbolically for idolatry, Re. 2.21; 14.8:
	from
Πορνεύω,
    f. εύσω, a.1. ἐπόρνευσα,
    to commit fornication or whoredom, 1 Co. 6.18; 10.8. Re. 2.14, 20;
	fr. the Heb. to commit spiritual fornication, practise idolatry,
	Re. 17.2; 18.3, 9:
	from
Πόρνη, ης, ἡ, (περνάω, v. πέρνημαι, to sell)
    a prostitute, a whore, harlot, an unchaste female, Mat. 21.32, 32;
	fr. the Heb. an idolatress, Re. 17.1, 5, 15.
Πόρνος, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a catamite; in N.T., a fronicator, impure person,
	1 Co. 5.9, 10, 11; 6.9, et al.
Πόρρω, (a later form of πρόσω, fr. πρό)
    adv. forward, in advance, far advanced; far, far off,
	at a distance, Mat. 15.8. Mar. 7.6:
	whence
Πόρρωθεν,
    adv. from a distance, from afar, He. 11.13;
	at a distance, far, far off, Lu. 17.12.
Πορρωτέρω, (compar. of πόρρω)
    adv. farther, beyond, Lu. 24.28.
Πορφύρα, ας, ἡ,
    purpura, murex, a species of shell fish that yielded
	the purple dye, highly esteemed by the ancients,
	its tint being a bright crimson, in N.T., a purple
	garment, robe of purple, Lu. 16.19. Re. 17.4; 18.12, et al.: (ῠ)
	whence
Πορφύρεος, οῦς, έα, ᾶ, εον, οῦν,
    purple, crimson, Jno. 19.2, 5, col. Mat. 27.28, 31, et al.
Πορφυρόπωλις, εως, ἡ, (fem. of πορφυροπώλης, πορφύρα & πωλέω)
    153a female seller of purple cloths, Ac. 16.14.
Ποσάκις, (πόσος)
    adv. how many times? how often?,
	Mat. 18.21; 23.37. Lu. 13.34. (ᾰ.)
Πόσις, εως, ἡ, (πίνω)
    drinking; drink, beverage,
	Jno. 6.55. Ro. 14.17. Col. 2.16.
Πόσος, η, ον,
    interrog. to ὅσος & τόσος, how great? how much?,
	Mat. 6.23. Lu. 16.5, 7. 2 Co. 7.11;
	πόσῳ adverbially before a comparative,
	how much? by how much:, Mat. 7.11; 10.25. He. 10.29;
	of time, how long? Mar. 9.21; of number,
	pl. how many? Mat. 15.34; 16.9, 10, et al.
Ποτᾰμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a river, stream, Mar. 1.5. Ac. 16.13;
	met. and allegor. Jno. 7.38. Re. 22.1, 2;
	a flood, winter torrent, for χείμαῤῥος ποταμός,
	Mat. 7.25, 27.
Ποταμορφόρητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ποταμός, & φορητός, fr. φορέω)
    borne along or carried away by a flood or torrent,
	Re. 12.15. N.T.
Ποτᾰπός, ής, όν,
    a later form of ποδαπός, of what country;in N.T.,
	equivalent to ποίος, what? of what manner? of what kind or sort?,
	Lu. 1.29; 7.39; denoting admiration,
	what? what kind of? how great?
	Mat. 8.27. Mar. 13.1, et al.
Πότε,
    interrog. particle, when? at what time?,
	Mat. 24.3; 25.37, 38, 39, 44;
	ἕως πότε, till when? how long?,
	Mat. 17.17, et al.
Ποτέ,
    an enclitic particle of time, once, some time or other,
	either past for future; formerly, Jno. 9.13;
	at length, Lu. 22.32; at any time, ever, Ep. 5.29. He. 2.1;
	intensive after interrogatives, ever, 1 Co. 9.7.
	He. 1.5, et al.
Πότερος, α, ον,
    which of the two? whether? ; πότερον, adverbially,
	whether?, Jno. 7.17.
Ποτήριον ίου, τό, (ποτήρ, πότος, πίνω)
    a vessel for drinking, cup, Mat. 10.42; 23.25, 26;
	meton. the contents of a cup, liquor contained in a cup,
	Lu. 22.20. 1 Co. 10.16; fr. the Heb., the cup or potion of
	what God's administration deals out, Mat. 20.22, 23.
	Re. 14.10, et al.
Ποτίζω, (fr. same)
    f. ίσω, At. ιῶ, p. πεπότικα, α.1. ἐπότισα,
    to cause to drink, give drink to, Mat. 10.42, et al.;
	met. 1 Co. 3.2. Re. 14.8; to water, irrigate,
	met. 1 Co. 3.6, 7, 8.
Πότος, ου, ὁ, (πίνω)
    a drinking; a drinking together, drinking-bout,
	compotation, 1 Pe. 4.3.
Που
    an enclitic indefinite particle, somewhere, in a certain place,
	He. 2.6; 4.4; with numerals, thereabout, Ro. 4.19.
Ποῦ
    an interrog. particle, of place, where? in what place?;
	direct, Mat. 2.2. Lu. 8.25. Jno 1.39;
	indirect, Mat. 2.4. Jno 1.40;
	whither, Jno. 3.8; 7.35; 13.36.
Πούς, ποδός, ἡ
    the foot, Mat. 4.6; 5.35; 7.6; 22.44; 28.9.
	Lu. 1.79. Ac. 5.9. Ro. 3.15, et al.
Πρᾶγμα, ατος, τό, (πράσσω)
    a thing done, fact, deed, work, transaction, Lu. 1.1. Ja. 3.16;
	a matter, affair, Mat. 18.19. Ro. 16.2;
	a matter of dispute, 1 Co. 6.1;
	a thing, genr., He. 10.1; 11.1;
	τὸ πρᾶγμα, an euphemism for profligacy, perhaps, 1 Th. 4.6.
Πραγματεία, ας, ἡ,
    an application to a matter of business; in N.T.,
	business, affair, transaction, 2 Ti. 2.4:
	from
Πραγματεύομαι, (πρᾶγμα)
    f. ευσομαι,
    to be occupied with or employed in any business, do business;
	to trade, traffic, Lu. 19.13.
Πραιτώριον, ίον, τό, (Lat. prætorium, fr. prætor)
    when used in reference to a camp, the tent of the general
	or commander-in-cheif; hence, in reference to a province,
	the palace in which the governor of the province resided,
	Mat. 27.27. Mar. 15.16. Ac. 23.35, et al.;
	the camp occupied by the prætorian cohorts at Rome,
	the prætorian camp, or, the Roman emperor's palace, Phi. 1.13.
Πράκτωρ, ορος, ὁ, (πράσσω)
    an exactor of dues or penalties; an officer who enforced
	payment of debts by imprisonment, Lu. 12.58.
Πρᾶξις, εως, ἡ, (fr. same)
    operation, business, office, Ro. 12.4; πρᾶξις & πράξεις,
	actions, mode of acting, ways, deeds, practice, behaviour,
	Mat. 16.27. Lu. 23.51, et al.
Πρᾶος, εῖα, ον,
    mild; gentle, kind, Mat. 11.29:
	whence
Πραότης, τητος, ἡ,
    meekness, forbearance, 1 Co. 4.21. Ga. 5.23;
	gentleness, kindness, benevolence, 2 Co. 10.1, et al.
Πρασιά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    a small area or bed in a garden;
	trop. a company of persons disposed in squares;
	fr. the Heb. πρασιαὶ προσιαί, by areas, by squares,
	like beds in a garden, Mar. 6.40.
Πράσσω, v. ττω,
    f. ξω, p. πέπρᾱχα, a.1. ἔπραξα,
    to do, execute, perform, practise, act, transact,
	and of evil, to commit, Lu. 22.23; 23.15. Jno 3.20.
	Ac. 26.9, 20, 26, 31, et al.; to fulfil, obey,
	observe a law, Ro. 2.25; to do to any one, Ac. 16.28; 5.35;
	to occupy one's self with, be engaged in, busy one's self
	about, Ac. 19.19. 1 Th. 4.11; to fare, Ac. 15.29. Ep. 6.21;
	to exact, require, collect tribute, money lent, &c.
	Lu. 3.13; 19.23.
Πραϋπάθεια, ας, ἡ, (πραΰς & πάθος, fr. πάσχω)
    meekness, gentleness of mind, kindness, v.r. 1 Ti. 6.11. L.G.
Πραΰς, εῖα, ύ, έος, οῦς, είας, έος, οῦς, i.q. πρᾶος,
    meek, gentle, kind, forgiving, Mat. 5.5;
	mild, benevolent, humane, Mat. 21.5. 1 Pe. 3.4:
	whence
Πραΰτης, τητος, ἡ, i.q. πραότης,
    meekness, mildness, forbearance, 1 Pe. 3.15;
	gentleness, kindness, Ja. 1.21; 3.13. S.
Πρέπει,
    impers. verb, it becomes, it is fitting, it is proper,
	it is right, &c., and part. πρέπον, becoming, suitable,
	decorous, &c. Mat. 3.15. 1 Co. 11.13. Ep. 5.3. 1 Ti. 2.10, et al.
Πρεσβεία, ας, ἡ,
    eldership, seniority; an embassy, legation;
	ambassadors, legates, Lu. 14.32; 19.14:
	from
Πρεσβεύω, (πρέσβυς, an old man, an ambassador)
    f. εύσω,
    to be elder; to be an ambassador, perform the duties
	of an ambassador, 2 Co. 5.20. Ep. 6.20.
Πρεσβυτέριον, ίου, τό,
    a body of old men, an assembly of elders;
	the Jewish Sanhedrin, Lu. 22.66. Ac. 22.5;
	a body of elders in the Christian church,
	a presbytery, 1 Ti. 4.14; (N.T.)
	from
Πρεσβύτερος, τέρα, τέρον, (comp. of πρέσβυς)
    elder, senior; older, more advanced in years,
	Lu. 15.25. Jno. 8.9. Ac. 2.17;
	an elder in respect of age, person advanced in years,
	1 Ti. 5.1, 2; pl. spc. ancients, ancestors, fathers,
	Mat. 15.2. He. 11.2; as an appellation of dignity, an elder,
	local dignitary, Lu 7.3; an elder, member of the Jewish
	Sanhedrin, Mat. 16.21; 21.23; 26.3, 47, 57, 59;
	an elder or presbyter of the Christian church,
	Ac. 11.30; 14.23, et al. freq.
Πρεσβύτης, ου, ὁ (fr. same)
    an old man, aged person, Lu. 1.18. Tit. 2.2. Phile. 9: (ῡ)
	whence fem.
Πρεσβῦτις, ιδος, ἡ,
    an aged woman, Tit. 2.3.
Πρηνής, ίος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ,
    prone, headforemost; πρηνὴς γενόμενος, falling headlong, Ac. 1.18.
Πρίζω, v. πρίω,
    a.1. ἐπρίσθην,
    to saw, saw asunder, He. 11.37.
Πρίν
    adv. before, of time, Mat. 26.34. 75. Mar. 14.72;
	πρὶν ἢ, sooner than, before, Mat. 1.18. Lu. 2.26, et al.
Πρό,
    prep. with a gen., before, of place, in front of, in advance of,
	Mat. 11.10. Lu. 1.76. Ac. 5.23;
	before, of time, Mat. 5.12. Lu. 11.38;
	before an infin. with the gen. of the article, before, before that,
	Mat. 6.8. Lu. 2.21;
	before, above, in preference, Ja. 5.12. 1 Pe. 4.8.
Προάγω, (πρό & ἄγω)
    f. άξω,
    to lead, bring, or conduct forth, produce,
	Ac. 12.6; 16.30; 25.26;
	intrans. to go before, to go first,
	Mat. 2.9; 21.9. Mar. 6.45. 1 Ti. 5.24;
	part. προάγων, ουσα, ον, preceding, previous, antecedent,
	1 Ti. 1.18. He. 7.18; hence, in N.T.,
	trans. to precede, Mat. 14.22, et al.;
	to be in advance of, Mat. 21.31. (ᾰ.)
Προαιρέομαι, οῦμαι, (πρό & αἰρέω)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to prefer, choose; met. to purpose,
	to intend considerately, 2 Co 9.7.
Προαιτιάομαι, ῶμαι, (πρό & αἰτιάομαι, fr. αἰτία)
    f. άσομαι,
    pr. to charge beforehand; to convict beforehand,
	Ro. 3.9, since the charges in the case in question
	were drawn from Scripture. N.T.
Προακούω, (πρό & ἀκούω)
    to hear beforehand; a.1. προήκουσα, to have
	heard of previously, or already, Col. 1.5.
Προαμαρτάνω, (πρό & ἁμαρτάνω)
    to sin before; p. προημάρτηκα, to have already
	sinned, have sinned heretofore,
	2 Co. 12.21; 13.2. N.T.
Προαύλιον, ίου, τό, (πρό & αὐλή)
    the exterior court before an edifice,
	Mar. 14.68, col. Mat. 26.71.
Προβαίνω, (πρό & βαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι, a.2. προὔβην, part. προβάς,
    to go forward, advance, Mat. 4.21. Mar. 1.19;
	to advance in life, Lu. 1.7, 18; 2.36.
Προβάλλω, (πρό & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ, a.2. προὔβαλον,
    to cast before, project; to put or urge forward,
	Ac. 19.33; to put forth, as a tree its blossoms, &c.
	Lu. 21.30.
Προβατικός, ή, όν,
    belonging or pertaining to sheep; ἡ προβατικὴ (πύλη)
	the sheep-gate, Jno. 5.2:
	from
Πρόβᾰτον, ου, τό,
    a sheep, Mat. 7.15; 9.36; 10.16;
	met. Mat. 10.6; 15.24, et al.
Προβιβάζω, (πρό & βιβάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to cause any one to advance, to lead forward;
	to advance, push forward, Ac. 19.33;
	met. to incite, instigate, Mat. 14.8.
Προβλέπω, (πρό & βλέπω)
    f. ψω,
    to foresee; mid. to provide beforehand, He. 11.40. S.
Προγίνομαι, (πρό & γίνομαι)
    p. προγέγονα,
    to be or happen before, be previously done or committed;
	προγεγονώς, bygone, previous, Ro. 3.25.
Προγινώσκω, (πρό & γινώσκω)
    f. γνώσομαι, a.2. προέγνων, p. pass. προέγνωσμαι,
    to know beforehand, to be previously acquainted with,
	Ac. 26.5. 2 Pe. 3.17;
	to determine on beforehand, to fore-ordain,
	1 Pe. 1.20; in N.T.,
	fr. the Heb., to foreknow, to appoint as the subjects of
	future privileges, Ro. 8.29; 11.2:
	whence
Πρόγνωσις, εως, ἡ,
    foreknowledge, prescience; in N.T., previous determination,
	purpose, Ac. 2.23. 1 Pe. 1.2.
Πρόγονος, ου, ὁ, (προγίνομαι)
    born earlier, elder; a progenitor,
	pl. progenitors; parents, 1 Ti. 5.4;
	forefathers, ancestors, 2 Ti. 1.3.
Προγράφω, (πρό & γράφω)
    f. ψω, p. pass. προγεγράμμαι, a.2. pass. προεγράφην
    to write before or aforetime, Ro. 15.4. Ep. 3.3;
	to make a subject of public notice;
	to set forth unreservedly and distinctly, Ga. 3.1;
	to designate clearly, Jude 4.
Πρόδηλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (πρό & δῆλος)
    previously manifest, before known;
	plainly manifest, very clear, prominently conspicuous,
	1 Ti. 5.24, 25. He. 7.14.
Προδίδωμι, (πρό & δίδωμι)
    f. δώσω,
    to give before, precede in giving, Ro. 11.35;
	to give up, abandon, betray:
	whence
Προδότης, ου, ὁ,
    a betrayer, traitor, Lu 6.16. Ac. 7.52. 2 Ti. 3.4.
Πρόδρομος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (δραμεῖν)
    a precursor, forerunner, one who advances to explore
	and prepare the way, He. 6.20.
Προεῖδον,
    part. προῐδών, 2. aor. of προοράω:
	which see.
Προεῖπα,
    1. aor. & προεῖπον, 2. aor., of προλέγω:
	which see.
Προείρηκα,
    perf. of προλέγω.
Προελπίζω, (πρό & ἐλπίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to repose hope and confidence in a person or
	thing beforehand, Ep. 1.12.
Προενάρχομαι, (πρό & ἐνάρχομαι)
    f. ξομαι,
    to begin before a particular time, 2 Co. 8.6, 10. N.T.
Προεπαγγέλλομαι, (πρό & ἐπαγγέλλομαι)
    a. 1. προεπηγγειλάμην,
    to promise beforehand, or aforetime, Ro. 1.2. L.G.
Προέρχομαι, (πρό & ἔρχομαι)
    f. ελεύσομαι, a.2. προῆλθον
    to go forwards, advance, proceed, Mat. 26.39. Mar. 14.35. Ac. 12.10;
	to precede, go before any one, Lu. 22.47;
	to precede in time, be a forerunner or precursor, Lu. 1.17;
	to outgo, outstrip in going, Mar. 6.33;
	to travel in advance of any one, precede, Ac. 20.5, 13. 2 Co. 9.5.
Προετοιμάζω, (πρό & ἑτοιμάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to prepare beforehand; in N.T.,
	to appoint beforehand, Ro. 9.23. Ep. 2.10.
Προευαγγελίζομαι,
    f. ίσομαι,
    to announce joyful tidings beforehand, Ga. 3.8. L.G.
Προέχω, (πρό & ἔχω)
    f. ξω,
    to have or hold before;
	intrans. & mid. to excel, surpass, have advantage or
	pre-eminence, Ro. 3.9.
Προηγέομαι, οῦμαι, (πρό & ἡγέομαι)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to go before, precede, lead onward;
	met. to endeavour to take the lead of, vie with, or,
	to give precedence to, to prefer, Ro. 12.10.
Πρόθεσις, εως, ἡ, (προτίθημι)
    a setting forth or before;
	οἱ ἄρτοι τῆς προθέσεως, & ἡ πρόθεσις τῶν ἄρτων,
	the shewbread, the twelve loaves of bread, corresponding
	to the twelve tribes, which were set on in two rows upon
	the golden table in the sanctuary,
	Mat. 12.4. Mar. 2.26. Lu. 6.4. He 9.2;
	predetermination, purpose,
	Ac 11.23; 27.13. Ro. 8.28. 2 Ti 3.10, et al.
Προθεσμία, ας, ἡ, (pr. fem. of προθέσμιος, before appointed, πρό & θεσμός)
    sc. ἡμέρα,
    a time before appointed, set or appointed time, Ga. 4.2.
Προθυμία, ας, ἡ,
    promptness, readiness, alacrity of mind, willingness,
	Ac. 17.11. 2 Co. 8.11, 12, 19; 9.2:
	from
Πρόθῡμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (πρό & θυμός)
    ready in mind, prepared, prompt, willing, Mat. 26.41. Mar. 14.38;
	τὸ πρόθυμον, i.q. ἡ προθυμία, readiness, alacrity of mind, Ro. 1.15:
	whence
Προθύμως,
    adv. promptly, with alacrity, readily, willingly,
	cheerfully, 1 Pe. 5.2.
Προΐστημι, (πρό & ἵστημι)
    f. προστήσω,
    to set before; met. to set over, appoint with authority;
	intrans. a.2. προύστην, p. προέστηκα, part. πρεοστώς,
	and mid. προΐσταμαι,
	to preside, govern, superintend,
	Ro. 12.8. 1 Th. 5.12. 1 Ti. 3.4, 5, 12; 5.17;
	mid. to undertake resolutely, to practise diligently,
	to maintain the practice of, Tit. 3.8, 14.
Προκαλέομαι, οῦμαι, (προκαλέω, to call forth, invite to stand forth,
	fr. πρό & καλέω)
    f. έσομαι,
    to call out, challenge to fight;
	to provoke, irritate with feelings of ungenerous rivalry,
	Ga. 5.26.
Προκαταγγέλλω, (πρό & καταγγέλλω)
    f. γελῶ,
    to declare or announce beforehand, foretel, predict,
	Ac. 3.18, 24; 7.52. 2 Co. 9.5. L.G.
Προκαταρτίζω, (πρό & καταρτίζω)
    to make ready, prepare, or complete beforehand,
	2 Co. 9.5.
Πρόκειμαι, (πρό & κεῖμαι)
    f. είσομαι,
    to lie or be placed before; met. to be proposed or
	set before as a duty, example, reward, &c. He. 6.18; 12.1, 2. Jude 7;
	to be at hand, be present, 2 Co. 8.12.
Προκηρύσσω, (πρό & κηρύσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to announce publicly; in N.T., to announce before,
	Ac. 3.20; 13.24.
Προκοπή, ῆς, ἡ
    advance upon a way;
	met. progress, advancement, furtherance, Phi. 1.12. 1 Ti. 4.15;
	from
Προκόπτω, (πρό & κόπτω)
    f. ψω,
    pr. to cut a passage forward;
	to advance, make progress;
	to advance as time,
	to be far spent, Ro. 13.12;
	met. to advance in wisdom, age, or stature, Lu. 2.52;
	seq. ἐν, to make progress or proficiency in Ga. 1.4;
	with ἐπὶ πλεῖον, to proceed or advance further, 2 Ti. 2.16; 3.9;
	with ἐπὶ τὸ χεῖρον, to grow worse and worse, 2 Ti. 3.13.
Πρόκρῐμα, ατος, τό, (προκρίνω, to prejudge, prefer)
    previous judgment, prejudice, prepossession, or,
	preference, partiality, 1 Ti. 5.21. N.T.
Πρόκῡρόω, ῶ, (πρό & κυρόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to sanction and establish previously,
	ratify and confirm before, Ga. 3.17. N.T.
Προλαμβάνω, (πρό & λαμβάνω)
    f. λήψομαι, a.2. προὔλᾰβον,
    to take before another, 1 Co. 11.21;
	trop. to anticipate, do beforehand, Mar. 14.8;
	to take by surprise;
	pass. to be taken unexpectedly, be overtaken,
	be taken by surprise, Ga. 6.1.
Προλέγω, (πρό & λέγω)
    f. ξω, a.1. προεῖπα, a.2. προεῖτπον, p. προείρηκα,
    to tell beforehand, to foretel,
	Mat. 24.25. Ac. 1.16. Ro. 9.29. 2 Co. 13.2.
	Ga. 5.21. 1 Th. 3.4, et al.
Προμαρτύρομαι, (πρό & μαρτύρομαι)
    pr. to witness or testify beforehand;
	to declare beforehand, predict, 1 Pe. 1.11. N.T.
Προμελετάω, ῶ, (πρό & μελετάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to practise beforehand; to premeditate, Lu. 21.14.
Προμεριμνάω, ῶ (πρό & μεριμνάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to be anxious or solicitous beforehand,
	to ponder beforehand, Mar. 13.11. N.T.
Προνοέω, ῶ, (πρό & νοέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to perceive beforehand, foresee; to provide for, 1 Ti. 5.8;
	mid. to provide for one's self; by impl. to apply one's s
	elf to a thing, practise, strive to exhibit,
	Ro. 12.17. 2 Co. 8.21.
Πρόνοια, ας, ἡ,
    forethought; providence, provident care, Ac. 24.3;
	provision, Ro. 13.14.
Προοράω, ῶ, (πρό & ὁράω)
    f. προόψομαι, p. προεώρᾱκα, a.2. προεῖδον,
    to foresee, Ac. 2.31. Ga. 3.8;
	to see before, Ac. 21.29;
	in N.T., to have vividly present to the mind,
	to be mindful of, Ac. 2.25.
Προορίζω, (πρό & ὁρίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to limit or mark out beforehand;
	to design definitively beforehand, ordain beforehand,
	predestine, Ac. 4.28. Ro. 8.29, 30, et al.
Προπάσχω, (πρό & πάσχω)
    a.2. προέπαθον,
    to experience previously; of ill treatment, 1 Th. 2.2.
Προπέμπω, (πρό & πέμπω)
    f. ψω,
    to send on before; to accompany or attend out of respect,
	escort, accompany for a certain distance on setting out
	on a journey, Ac. 15.3; 20.38; 21.5, et al.;
	to furnish with things necessary for a journey,
	Tit. 3.13. 3 Jno. 6.
Προπετής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές, (πρό & πίπτω)
    falling forward; met. precipitate, rash, Ac. 19.36. 2 Ti. 3.4.
Προπορεύομαι, (πρό & πορεύομαι)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to precede, go before, Ac. 7.40. Lu. 1.76.
Πρός,
    prep., with a genitive, from; met. for the benefit of, Ac. 27.34;
    with a dative, near, by, at, by the side of,
	in the vicinity of, Mar. 5.11. Lu. 19.37;
    with an accusative, used of the place to which any thing
	tends, to, unto, towards, Mat. 2.12; 3.5, 13;
	at, close upon, Mat. 3.10. Mar. 5.22;
	near to, in the vicinity of, Mar. 6.45;
	after verbs of speaking, praying, answering to a charge, &c.,
	to, Mat. 3.15; 27.14;
	of place where, with, in among, by, at, &c.,
	Mat. 26.55. Mar. 11.4. Lu. 1.80;
	of time, for, during, Lu. 8.13. 1 Co. 7.5;
	near, towards, Lu. 24.29;
	of the end, object, purpose for which an action is exerted,
	or to which any quality, &c. has reference, to,
	Jno. 4.35. Ac. 3.10; 27.12; before an infi.
	with τό, in order to, that, in order that,
	Mat. 6.1; 13.30; 26.12;
	so as to, so that, Mat. 5.28; of the relation which any action,
	state, quality, &c. bears to any person or thing, in relation
	to, of, concerning, in respect to, with reference to,
	Mat. 19.8; Lu 12.41; 18.1; 20.19; as it respects,
	as it concerns, with relation to, Mat. 27.4. Jno. 21.22, 23;
	according to, in conformity with, Lu. 12.47. 2 Co. 5.10;
	in comparison with, Ro. 8.18; in attention to Eph. 3.4;
	of the actions, dispositions, &c. exhibited with respect
	to any one, whether friendly, towards, Ga. 6.10. Ep. 6.9;
	or unfriendly, with, against, Lu. 23.12. Ac. 23.30; after
	verbs signifying to converse, dispute, make a covenant, &c.,
	with, Lu. 24.14. Ac. 2.7; 3.25.
Προσάββατον, ου, τό, (πρό & σάββατον)
    the day before the sabbath, sabbath-eve, Mar. 15.42. S.
Προσαγορεύω, πρός & ἀγορευω, to speak)
    f. εύσω,
    to speak to, accost, to name, denominate; to nominate,
	declare, He. 5.10.
Προσάγω, (πρός & ἄγω)
    f. ξω, a.2. προσήγαγον,
    to lead or conduct to, bring, Lu. 9.41. Ac. 16.20;
	to conduct to the presence of, met. 1 Pe. 3.18;
	intrans. to approach, Ac. 27.27: (ᾰ)
	whence
Προσαγωγή, ῆς, ἡ
    approach; to access, admission to the presence of any one,
	Ro. 5.2. Ep. 2.18.
Προσαιτέω, ῶ,(πρός & αἰτέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to ask for in addition; to ask earnestly, beg;
	to beg alms, Mar. 10.46. Lu. 18.35. Jno. 9.8:
	whence
Προσαίτης, ου, ὁ,
    a beggar, mendicant, v.r. Jno. 9.8. N.T.
Προσαναβαίνω, (πρός & ἀναβαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι, a.2. έβην
    to go up further, Lu. 14.10.
Προσανᾱλίσκω, (πρός & ἀναλίσκω)
    f. λώσω,
    to consume besides; to expend on a definite object,
	Lu. 8.43.
Προσαναπληρόω, ῶ, (πρός & ἀναπληρόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to fill up by addition or to supply deficiencies,
	2 Co. 9.12; 11.9.
Προσανατίθημι, (πρός & ἀνατίθημι)
    to lay upon over and above; mid. to put one's self in free
	communication with, to confer with, Ga. 1.16; to confer upon,
	to propound as a matter of consideration, Ga. 2.6.
Προσαπειλέω, ῶ,(πρός & ἀπειλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to threaten in addition, utter additional threats,
	Ac. 4.21.
Προσδαπανάω, ῶ, (πρός & δαπανάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to spend besides, expend over and above, Lu. 10.35. L.G.
Προσδέομαι, (πρός & δέομαι)
    f. δεήσομαι,
    to want besides or in addition, Ac. 17.25.
Προσδέχομαι, (πρός & δέχομαι)
    f. δέξομαι,
    to receive, accept; to receive, admit, grant access to, Lu. 15.2;
	to receive, admit, accept, and with οὐ, to reject, He. 11.35;
	to submit to, He. 10.34;
	to receive kindly, as a guest, entertain, Ro. 16.2;
	to receive, admit, as a hope, Ac. 24.15;
	to look or wait for, expect, await, Mar. 15.43. Lu. 2.25, et al.
Προσδοκάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to look for, be expectant of,
	Mat. 11.3. Lu. 7.19, 20. Ac. 3.5. 2 Pe. 3.12, 13, 14;
	to expect, Ac. 28.6;
	to wait for, Lu. 1.21; 8.40. Ac. 10.24; 27.33;
	absol. to think, anticipate, Mat. 24.50. Lu. 12.46:
	whence
Προσδοκία, ας, ἡ,
    a looking for, expectation, anticipation, Lu. 21.26;
	meton. expectation, what is expected or anticipated, Ac. 12.11.
Προσδραμών,
    a.2. part. of προστρέχω:
	which see.
Προσεάω, ῶ, (πρός & ἐάω)
    f. άσω,
    to permit an approach, Ac. 27.7. N.T.
Προσεγγίζω, (πρός & ἐγγίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to approach, come near, Mar. 2.4. L.G.
Προσεδρεύω, (πρός & ἕδρα)
    f. εύσω,
    to sit near;
	met. to wait or attend upon, have charge of, 1 Co. 9.13.
Προσεργάζομαι, (πρός & ἐργάζομαι)
    f. άσομαι,
    pr. to work in addition;
	to gain in addition in trade, Lu. 19.16.
Προσέυχομαι, (πρός & ἔρχομαι)
    f. ελεύσομαι, a.2. προσῆλθον, p. προσελήλυθα,
    to come or go to any one, approach,
	Mat. 4.3, 11; 5.1; 8.19, 25, et al. freq.;
	trop. to come, or go to, approach, draw near, spiritually,
	He. 7.25; 11.16; 4.16. 1 Pe. 2.4;
	met. to assent to, accede to, concur in, 1 Ti. 6.3.
Προσευχή, ῆς, ἡ,
    prayer, Mat. 17.21; 21.13, 22. Lu. 6.12. Ac. 1.14, et al.;
	meton. a place where prayer is offered, an oratory, perhaps,
	Ac. 16.13, 16. S.
Προσεύχομαι,
    f. εύξομαι, imperf. προσηυχόμην, a.1. προσηυξάμην,
    to pray, offer prayer, Mat. 5.44; 6.5, 6, et al.
Προσέχω, (πρός & ἔχω)
    f. ξω,
    to have in addition; to hold to, bring near;
	absol. to apply the mind to a thing, to give heed to,
	attend to, observe, consider,
	Ac. 5.35. He. 2.1. 2 Pe. 1.19;
	to take care of, provide for, Ac. 20.28;
	when followed by ἀπό, μή, v. μήποτε, to beware of, take heed of,
	guard against, Mat. 6.1; 7.15;
	to assent to, yield credence to, follow,
	adhere or be attached to, Ac. 8.6, 10, 11; 16.14;
	to give one's self up to, be addicted to, engage in,
	be occupied with, 1 Ti. 1.4; 3.8, et al.
Προσηλόω, ῶ, (πρός & ἧλος)
    f. ώσω,
    to nail to, affix with nails, Col. 2.14.
Προσήλῠτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (προσέρχομαι)
    pr. a new comer, a stranger; in N.T.,
	a proselyte, convert from paganism to Judaism,
	Mat. 23.15. Ac. 2.10; 6.5; 13.43. S.
Πρόσκαιρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (πρός & καιρός)
    opportune; in N.T., continuing for a limited time, temporary, transient,
	Mat. 13.21. Mar. 4.17. 2 Co. 4.18. He. 11.25. L.G.
Προσκαλέομαι, οῦμαι, (mid. of προσκαλέω, to call to, summon, invite,
	fr. πρός & καλέω)
    f. έσομαι, p. προσκέκλημαι,
    to call to one's self, summon, Mat. 10.1; 15.10, 32; 18.2, et al.;
	to invite, Ac. 2.39;
	to call to the performance of a thing, appoint, Ac. 13.2; 16.10.
Προσκαρτερέω, ῶ, (πρός & καρτερέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to persist in adherence to a thing;
	to be intently engaged in; attend constantly to,
	Ac. 1.14; 2.42. Ro. 13.6, et al.;
	to remain constantly in a place, Ac. 2.46;
	to constantly attend upon, continue near to, be at hand,
	Mar. 3.9. Ac. 8.13; 10.7:
	whence
Προσκαρτέρησις, εως, ἡ
    perseverance, unremitting continuance in a thing, Ep. 6.18. N.T.
Προσκεφάλαιον, ου, τό, (πρός & κεφαλή)
    pr. a cushion for the head, pillow; also, a boat-cushion, Mar. 4.38.
Προσκληρόω, ῶ, (πρός & κληρόω)
    f. ώσω,
    pr. to assign by lot; in N.T.,
	mid. a.1. προσεκληρώθην, to adjoin one's self to,
	associate with, follow as a disciple, Ac. 17.4.
Προσκλίνω, (πρός & κλίνω)
    f. ινῶ,
    pr. to make to lean upon or against a thing;
	met., mid. προσεκλίθην, to join one's self to, follow as an adherent,
	v.r. Ac. 5.36:
	whence
Πρόσκλῐσις, εως, ἡ,
    pr. a leaning upon or towards a thing;
	met. a leaning towards any one, inclination of mind towards,
	partiality, 1 Ti. 5.21. L.G.
Προσκολλάω, ῶ, (πρός & κολλάω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to glue to; in N.T.,
	mid., a.1. προσεκολλήθη f. προσκολληθήσομαι,
	to join one's self to any one, follow as an adherent, Ac. 5.36;
	to cleave closely to, Mat. 19.5. Mar. 10.7. Ep. 5.31.
Πρόσκομμα, ατος, τό, (προσκόπτω)
    a stumbling, Ro. 9.32, 33. 1 Pe. 2.8;
	met. a stumbling-block, an occasion of sinning,
	means of inducing to sin, Ro. 14.13. 1 Co. 8.9;
	met. a moral stumbling, a shock to the moral or religious sense,
	a moral embarrassment, Ro. 14.20. L.G.
Προσκοπή, ῆς, ἡ,
    pr. a stumbling; offence, in N.T.,
	an offence, shock, ground of exception, 2 Co. 6.3:
	from
Προσκόπτω, (πρός & κόπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to dash against, to beat upon, Mat. 7.27;
	to strike the foot against, Mat. 4.6. Lu. 4.11;
	to stumble, Jno 11.9, 10;
	met. to stumble at, to take offence at, Ro. 9.32; 14.21, 1 Pe. 2.8.
Προσκυλίω, v. προσκυλίνδω, (πρός & κυλίω)
    f. ίσω,
    to roll to or against, Mat. 27.60. Mar. 15.46. (ῑ.)
Προσκυνέω, ῶ, (πρός & κυνέω, to kiss)
    f. ήσομαι, & ήσω, a.1. προσεκύνησα,
    to do reverence or homage by kissing the hand; in N.T.,
	to do reverence or homage by prostration,
	Mat. 2.2, 8, 11; 20.20. Lu. 4.7; 24.52;
	to pay divine homage, worship, adore,
	Mat. 4.10. Jno. 4.20, 21. He. 1.6, et al.;
	to bow one's self in adoration, He. 11.21:
	whence
Προσκυνητής, οῦ, ὁ,
    a worshipper, Jno. 4.23. N.T.
Προσλᾰλέω, ῶ, (πρός & λαλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to speak to, converse with, Ac. 13.43; 28.20. L.G.
Προσλαμβάνω, (πρός & λαμβάνω)
    to take besides; mid. προσλαμβάνομαι, f. λήψομαι,
	to take to one's self, assume, take as a companion or associate,
	Ac. 17.5; 18.26;
	to take, as food, Ac. 27.33, 34, 36;
	to receive kindly or hospitably, admit to one's society and
	friendship, treat with kindness,
	Ac. 28.2. Ro. 14.1, 3; 15.7. Phile. 12, 17;
	to take or draw to one's self as a preliminary
	to an address of admonition, Mat. 16.22. Mar. 8.32:
	whence
Πρόσληψις, εως, ἡ
    an assuming; a receiving, reception, Ro. 11.15.
Προσμένω, (πρός & μένω)
    f. ενῶ,
    to continue, remain, stay in a place, 1 Ti. 1.3;
	to remain or continue with any one, Mat. 15.32. Mar. 8.2. Ac. 18.18;
	to adhere to, Ac. 11.23;
	met. to remain constant in, persevere in, Ac. 13.43. 1 Ti. 5.5.
Προσορμίζω, (πρός & ὁρμίζω, fr. ὅρμος, a station for ships)
    f. ίσω,
    to bring a ship to its station or to land;
	mid. to come to the land, Mar. 6.53.
Προσοφείλω, (πρός & ὀφείλω)
    f. ήσω,
    to owe besides, or in addition, Phile. 19.
Προσοχθίζω, (πρός & ὀχθίζω, to be vexed, offended)
    f. ίσω,
    to be vexed or angry at, He. 3.10. S.
Πρόσπεινος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (πρός & πεῖνα)
    very hungry, Ac. 10.10. N.T.
Προσπήγνυμι, (πρός & πήγνυμι)
    f. πήξω,
    to fix to, affix to, Ac. 2.23.
Προσπίπτω, (πρός & πίπτω)
    f. πεσοῦμαι, a.2. έπεσον,
    to fall or impinge upon or against a thing;
	to fall down to any one, Mar. 3.11; 7.25, et al.;
	to rush violently upon, beat against, Mat. 7.25.
Προσποιέω, ῶ, (πρός & ποιέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to add or attach;
	mid. to attach to one's self;
	to claim or arrogate to one's self;
	to assume the appearance of, make a show of, pretend, Lu. 24.28.
Προσπορεύομαι, (πρός & πορεύομαι)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to go or come to any one, Mar. 10.35. L.G.
Προσρήγνυμι, (πρός & ῥήγνυμι)
    f. ήξω,
    to break or burst upon, dash against, Lu. 6.48. N.T.
Προστάτις, ιδος, ἡ, (fem. of προστάτης, one who stands
	in front or before; a leader; a protector, champion,
	patron, fr. προΐστημι)
    a patroness, protectress, Ro. 16.2. (ᾰ.)
Προστάσσω, v. ττω, (πρός & τάσσω)
    f. ξω,
    pr. to place or station at or against;
	to enjoin, command, direct, Mat. 1.24; 8.4; 21.6. Mar. 1.44, et al.;
	to assign, constitute, appoint, Ac. 17.26.
Προστίθημι, (πρός & τίθημι)
    f. θήσω, a.1. pass. προσετέθην,
    to put to or near; to lay with or by the side of, Ac. 13.36;
	to add, superadd, adjoin, Mat. 6.27, 33. Lu. 3.20. Ac. 2.41, et al.;
	fr. the Heb. προστίθεμαι, before an infinitive,
	and the part. προσθείς before a finite verb,
	denote continuation or repetition,
	Lu. 19.11; 20.11, 12. Ac. 12.3.
Προστρέχω, (πρός & τρέχω)
    a.2. προσέδραμον,
    to run to, or up, Mar. 9.15; 10.17. Ac. 8.30.
Προσφάγιον, ου, τό, (πρός & φαγεῖν)
    what is eaten besides; hence,
	genr. victuals, food, Jno. 21.5. N.T.
Πρόσφᾰτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (πρός & πέφαμαι)
    pr. recently killed; hence,
	genr. recent, new, newly or lately made, He. 10.20:
	whence
Προσφάτως,
    adv. newly, recently, lately, Ac. 18.2.
Προσφέρω, (πρός & φέρω)
    f. προσοίσω, a.1. προσήνεγκα, a.2. προσήνεγκον,
    to bear or bring to, Mat. 4.24; 25.20;
	to bring to or before magistrates, Lu. 12.11; 23.14;
	to bring near to, apply to, Jno. 19.29;
	to offer, tender, proffer, as money, Ac. 8.18;
	to offer, present, as gifts, oblations, &c., Mat. 2.11; 5.23. He. 5.7;
	to offer in sacrifice, Mar. 1.44. Lu. 5.14;
	to offer up any one as a sacrifice to God, He. 9.25, 28, 11.17, et al.;
	mid. to bear one's self towards, behave or conduct one's self towards,
	to deal with, treat, any one, He. 12.7.
Προσφῐλής, έος, οὐς, ὁ, ἡ, (πρός & φίλος)
    friendly, amiable, grateful, acceptable, Phi. 4.8.
Προσφορά, ας, ἡ, (προσφέρω)
    pr. a bringing to; in N.T., an offering, an act of offering up
	or sacrificing, He. 10.10; trop. Ro. 15.16;
	an offering, oblation, a thing offered, Ep. 5.2. He. 10.5, 8;
	a sacrifice, victim offered, Ac. 21.26; 24.17.
Προσφωνέω, ῶ, (πρός & φωνέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to speak to, address, Mat. 11.16. Lu. 7.32; 13.12, et al.;
	to address, harangue, Ac. 22.2; to call to one's self,
	Lu. 6.13.
Πρόσχῠσις, εως, ἡ, (προσχέω, to pour out upon, besprinkle,
	fr. πρός & χέω)
    an effusion, sprinkling, He. 11.28. L.G.
Προσψαύω, (πρός & ψαύω, to touch)
    f. αύσω,
    to touch upon, to touch lightly, Lu. 11.46.
Προσωποληπτέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to accept or respect the person of any one, to pay regard to
	external appearance, condition, circumstances, &c.,
	to show partiality to, Ja. 2.9: (N.T.)
	from
Προσωπολήπτης, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (πρόσωπον & λαμβάνω)
    a respecter of persons, Ac. 10.34. N.T.
Προσωποληψία, ας, ἡ, (πρόσωποληπτέω)
    respect of persons, partiality, Ro. 2.11, et al. N.T.
Πρόσωπον, ου, τό, (πρός & ὤψ)
    the face, countenance, visage, Mat. 6.16, 17; 17.2, 6,
	according to later usage, a person, individual, 2 Co. 1.11;
	hence, personal presence, 1 Th. 2.17;
	fr. the Heb. πρόσωπον πρὸς πρόσωπον, face to face,
	clearly, perfectly, 1 Co. 13.12; face, surface, external form,
	figure, appearance, Mat. 16.3. Lu. 12.56;
	external circumstances, or condition of any one,
	Mat. 22.16. Mar. 12.14;
	πρόσωπον λαμβάνειν, to have respect to the external
	circumstances of any one, Lu. 20.21. Ga. 2.6;
	ἐν προσώπῳ, in the person, in the name, or
	by the authority, 2 Co. 2.10;
	ἀπὸ προσώπου, from the presence of, from, Ac. 3.19,
	from before, Ac. 7.45;
	εἰς πρόσωπον, in the presence of, before, 2 Co. 8.24;
	κατὰ πρόσωπον, in the presence of, before, Ac. 3.13;
	openly, Ga. 2.11;
	κατὰ πρόσωπον ἔχειν, to have before one's face,
	to have any one present, Ac. 25.16;
	ἀπὸ προσώπου, from Re. 12.14;
	πρὸ προσώπου, before, Ac. 13.24.
Προτάσσω, v. ττω, (πρό & τάσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to place or arrange in front; to assign beforehand,
	foreordain, Ac. 17.26.
Προτείνω, (πρό & τείνω)
    f. ενῶ,
    to extend before; to stretch out, Ac. 22.25.
Πρότερον,
    adv. before, first, Jno. 7.51. 2 Co. 1.15;
	ὁ, ἡ, πρότερον, former, He. 10.32, et al.:
	pr. neut. of
Πρότερος, α, ον, (comp. of πρό)
    former, prior, Ep. 4.22; τὸ πρότερον,
	as an adv. before, formerly, Jno. 6.62, et al.
Προτίθημι, (πρό & τίθημι)
    f. προθήσω,
    to place before; to set forth, propose publicly, Ro. 3.2;
	προτίθεμαι, to purpose, determine, design beforehand, Ro. 1.13. Ep. 1.9.
Προτρέπω, (πρό & τρέπω)
    f. ψω,
    to turn forwards; to impel; to excite, urge, exhort, Ac. 18.27.
Προτρέχω, (πρό & τρέχω)
    a.2. προὔδραμον,
    to run before, or in advance, Lu. 19.4. Jno. 20.4.
Προϋπάρχω, (πρό & ὑπάρχω)
    f. ξω, imperf. προϋπῆρχον,
    to be before, or formerly, Lu. 23.12. Ac. 8.9.
Πρόφᾰσις, εως, ἡ, (πρό & φαίνω)
    pr. that which appears in front, that which is put forward
	to hide the true state of things; a fair show or pretext,
	Ac. 27.30; a specious cloke, Mat. 23.13. 1 Th. 2.5;
	an excuse, Jno. 15.22.
Προφέρω, (πρό & φέρω)
    f. προοίσω,
    to bring before, present; to bring forth or out,
	produce, Lu. 6.45, bis.
Προφητεία, ας, ἡ,
    prophecy, a prediction of future events, Mat. 13.14. 2 Pe. 1.20, 21;
	prophecy, a gifted faculty of setting forth and enforcing revealed
	truth, 1 Co. 12.10; 13.2, et al.; prophecy, matter of divine
	teaching set forth by special gift, 1 Ti. 1.18:
	from
Προφητεύω,
    f. εύσω, a.1. προεφήτευσα,
    to exercise the function of a προφήτης;
	to prophesy, to foretel the future, Mat. 11.13;
	to divine, Mat. 26.68. Mar. 14.65. Lu. 22.64;
	to prophesy, to set forth matter of divine teaching
	by special faculty, 1 Co. 13.9; 14.1, et al.:
	from
Προφήτης, ου, ὁ, (πρό & φημί)
    pr. a spokesman for another;
	spc. a spokesman or interpreter for a deity;
	a prophet, seer, Tit 1.12;
	in N.T., a prophet, a divinely commissioned and
	inspired person, Mat. 14.5. Lu. 7.16, 39. Jno. 9.17, et al.;
	a prophet in the Christian Church, a person gifted for the
	exposition of divine truth, 1 Co. 12.28, 29, et al.;
	a prophet, a foreteller of the future, Mat. 1.22, et al. freq.;
	οἱ προφῆται, the prophetic scriptures of the Old Testament,
	Lu. 16.29, et al.:
	whence
Προφητικός, ή, όν,
    prophetic, uttered by prophets, Ro. 16.26. 2 Pe. 1.19. L.G.
Προφῆτις, ιδος, ἡ,
    a prophetess, a divinely gifted female teacher,
	Lu. 2.36. Re. 2.20.
Προφθάνω, (πρό & φθάνω)
    f. άσω, & ήσομαι, a.1. προέφθᾰσα,
    to outstrip, anticipate; to anticipate any one in doing or
	saying a thing, be beforehand with, Mat. 17.25.
Προχειρίζομαι, (πρό & χείρ)
    f. ίσομαι,
    to take into the hand, to make ready for use or action;
	to constitute, destine, Ac. 22.14; 26.16.
Προχειροτονέω, ῶ,(πρό & χειροτονέω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to elect before; to fore-appoint, Ac. 10.41.
Πρύμνα, ης, ἡ, (πρυμνός, last, hindmost)
    the hinder part of a vessel, stern, Mar. 4.38, et al.
Πρωΐ,
    adv. in the morning, early, Mat. 16.3; 20.1. Mar. 15.1. Ac. 28.23, et al.;
	the morning watch, which ushers in the dawn, Mar. 13.35;
	whence
Πρώΐα, ας, ἡ, (pr. fem. of πρώϊος, α, ον, in the morning, early)
    sc. ὥρα,
    morning, the morning hour, Mat. 21.18; 27.1. Jno. 18.28; 21.4.
Πρώϊμος, η, ον,
    early, Ja. 5.7.
Πρωϊνός, ή, όν, (a later form of πρώϊος)
    belonging to the morning, morning, Re. 2.28; 22.16.
Πρῴρα, ας, ἡ, (πρό)
    the forepart of a vessel, prow, Ac. 27.30, 41.
Πρωτεύω (πρῶτος)
    f. εύσω
    to be first, to hold the first rank or highest dignity,
	have the preeminence, be chief, Col. 1.18.
Πρωτοκαθεδρια, ας, ἡ, (πρῶτος & καθέδρα)
    the first or uppermost seat, the most honourable seat,
	Mat. 23.6. Mar. 12.39. Lu. 11.43; 20.46. N.T.
Πρωτοκλισία, ας, ἡ, (πρῶτος & κλισία)
    the first place of reclining at table,
	the most honourable place at table,
	Mat. 23.6. Mar. 12.39. Lu. 14.7, 8; 20.46. N.T.
Πρῶτον,
    adv. first in time, in the first place,
	Mar. 4.28; 16.9; τὸ πρῶτον, at the first, formerly,
	Jno. 12.16; 19.39; first in dignity, importance, &c.,
	before all things, Mat. 6.33. Lu. 12.1:
	pr. neut. of
Πρῶτος, η, ον, (superl. of πρό, as if contr. from πρότατος)
    first in time, order, &c. Mat. 10.2; 26.17;
	first in dignity, importance, &c.,
	chief, principal, most important,
	Mar. 6.21. Lu. 19.47. Ac. 13.50; 16.12;
	as an equivalent to the compar. πρότερος,
	prior, Jno. 1.15, 30; 15.18; Mat. 27.64;
	adverbially, first, Jno. 1.42; 5.4; 8.7.
Πρωτοστάτης, ου, ὁ, (πρῶτος & ἵστημι)
    pr. one stationed in the first rank of an army;
	a leader; a chief, ringleader, Ac. 24.5. (ᾰ.)
Πρωτοτόκια, ων, τά,
    the rights of primogeniture, birthright, He. 12.16: (S.)
	from
Πρωτότοκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (πρῶτος & τίκτω)
    firstborn, Mat. 1.25. Lu. 2.7. He. 11.28;
	in N.T., prior in generation, Col. 1.15;
	a firstborn head of a spiritual family, Ro. 8.29. He. 1.6;
	firstborn, as possessed of the peculiar privilege of spiritual
	generation, He. 12.23.
Πταίω,
    f. αίσω, a.1. ἔπταισα,
    to cause to stumble; intrans. to stumble, stagger, fall;
	to make a false step;
	met. to err, offend, transgress, Ro. 11.11. Ja. 2.10; 3.2, bis;
	met. to fail of an object, 2 Pe. 1.10.
Πτέρνα, ης, ἡ,
    the heel, Jno. 13.18.
Πτερύγιον, ου, τό,
    a little wing; the extremity, the extreme point of a thing;
	a pinnacle, or apex of a building, Mat. 4.5. Lu. 4.9:
	dimin. of
Πτέρυξ, υγος, ἡ, (πτερόν)
    a wing pinion, Mat. 23.37. Lu. 13.34, et al.
Πτηνόν, οῦ, τό, (pr. neut. of πτηνός, ή, όν, winged,
	fr. πέτομαι, to fly)
    a bird, fowl, 1 Co. 15.39.
Πτοέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. pass. ἐπτοήθην,
    to terrify, affright;
	pass. to be terrified, be in consternation, Lu. 21.9; 24.37:
	whence
Πτόησις, εως, ἡ,
    consternation, dismay, 1 Pe. 3.6.
Πτύον, ου, τό, (πτύω)
    a fan, winnowing-shovel, Mat. 3.12. Lu. 3.17.
Πτύρω,
    to scare, terrify;
	pass. to be terrified, be in consternation, Phi. 1.28.
Πτύσμα, ατος, τό, (πτύω)
    spittle, saliva, Jno. 9.6.
Πτύσσω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ἔπτυξα,
    to fold; to roll up a scroll, Lu. 4.20.
Πτύω
    f. ύσω, a.1. ἔπτῠσα,
    to spit, spit out, Mar. 7.33; 8.23. Jno. 9.6.
Πτῶμα, ατος, τό, (πίπτω)
    a fall; a dead body, carcase, corpse,
	Mat. 24.28. Mar. 6.29. Re. 11.8, 9.
Πτῶσις, εως, ἡ, (fr. same)
    a fall, crash, ruin, Mat. 7.27;
	met. downfall, ruin, Lu. 2.34.
Πτωχεία, ας, ἡ,
    begging; beggary; poverty, 2 Co. 8.2, 9. Re. 2.9:
	from
Πτωχεύω,
    f. εύσω,
    to be a beggar; to be or become poor, be in poverty, 2 Co. 8.9:
	from
Πτωχός, ή, όν,
    reduced to beggary, mendicant; poor, indigent,
	Mat. 19.21; 26.9, 11, et al.;
	met. spiritually poor, Re. 3.17;
	by impl. a person of low condition, Mat. 11.5. Lu. 4.18; 7.22;
	met. beggarly, sorry, Ga. 4.9; met. lowly, Mat. 5.3. Lu. 6.20.
Πυγμή, ῆς, ἡ, (πύξ)
    the fist; πυγμῇ, together with the fore-arm, or,
	with care, carefully, Mar. 7.3.
Πύθων, ωνος, ὁ
    Python, the name of the mythological serpent slain by Apollo,
	thence named the Pythian; later, equivalent to
	ἐγγαστρίμαντις, a soothsaying ventriloquist;
	πνεῦμα πύθωνος, i.q. δαιμόνιον, μαντικόν, a soothsaying
	demon, Ac. 16.16.
Πυκνός, ή, όν,
    dense, thick, frequent, 1 Ti. 5.23; πυκνά,
	as an adverb, frequently, often, Lu. 5.33;
	so the compar. πυκνότερον, very frequently, Ac. 24.26.
Πυκτεύω, (πύκτης, a boxer, fr. πύξ)
    to box, fight as a pugilist, 1 Co. 9.26.
Πύλη, ης, ἡ,
    a gate, Mat. 7.13, 14. Lu. 7.12. Ac. 12.10, et al.;
	τύλαι ᾅδου, the gates of hades, the nether world and its powers,
	the powers of destruction, dissolution, Mat. 16.18:
	whence
Πυλών, ῶνος, ὁ,
    a gateway, vestibule, Mat. 26.71. Lu. 16.20;
	a gate, Ac. 14.13. Re. 21.12, 13, 15, 21, 25, et al. L.G.
Πυνθάνομαι,
    f. πεύσομαι, a.2. ἐπυθόμην,
    to ask, inquire, Mat. 2.4. Lu. 15.26, et al.;
	to investigate, examine judicially, Ac. 23.20;
	to ascertain by inquiry, understand, Ac. 23.34.
Πῦρ, πυρός, τό,
    fire, Mat. 3.10; 7.19; 13.40, et al. freq.;
	πυρός, used by Hebraism with the force of an adjective,
	fiery, fierce, He. 10.27;
	fire used figuratively to express various circumstances
	of severe trial, Lu. 12.49. 1 Co. 3.13. Jude 23:
	whence
Πυρά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    a fire, heap of combustibles, Ac. 28.2, 3.
Πύργος, ου, ὁ,
    a tower, Mat. 21.33. Mar. 12.1. Lu. 13.4;
	genr. a castle, palace, Lu. 14.28.
Πυρέσσω, v. ττω,
    f. ξω,
    to be feverish, be sick of a fever, Mat. 8.14. Mar. 1.30:
	from
Πυρετός, οῦ, ὁ, (πῦρ)
    scorching and noxious heat; a fever, Mat. 8.15. Mar. 1.31, et al.
Πύρῐνος, η, ον, (fr. same)
    pr. of fire, fiery, burning; shining, glittering, Re. 9.17.
Πυρόω, ῶ, (fr. same)
    f. ώσω,
    to set on fire, burn;
	pass. to be kindled, be on fire, burn, flame,
	Ep. 6.16. 2 Pe. 3.12. Re. 1.15;
	met. of anger, to be inflamed, incensed, provoked, 2 Co. 11.29;
	of lust, to be inflamed, burn, 1 Co. 7.9;
	to be tried with fire, as metals, Re. 3.18.
Πυῤῥάζω,
    f. άσω,
    to be fiery red, Mat. 16.2, 3: (N.T.)
	from
Πυῤῥός, ά, όν, (πῦρ)
    of the colour of fire, fiery-red, Re. 6.4; 12.3.
Πύρωσις, εως, ἡ, (πυρόω)
    a burning, conflagration, Re. 18.9, 18;
	met. a fiery test of trying circumstances, 1 Pe. 4.12.
Πω,
    an enclitic particle, yet:
	see in μήπω, μηδέπω, οὔπω, οὐδέπω, πώποτε.
Πωλέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to sell, Mat. 10.29; 13.44, et al.
Πῶλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    a youngling; a foal or colt,
	Mat. 21.2, 5, 7. Mar. 11.2, et al.
Πώποτε, (πω & πότε)
    adv. ever yet, ever, at any time, Lu. 19.30. Jno. 1.18, et al.
Πωρόω, ῶ, (πῶρος, a stony concreation)
    f. ώσω,
    to petrify; to harden;
	in N.T., to harden the feelings, Jno. 12.40;
	pass. to become callous, unimpressible,
	Mar. 6.52; 8.17. Ro. 11.7. 2 Co. 3.14:
	whence
Πώρωσις, εως, ἡ,
    a hardening; met. hardness of heart, callousness,
	insensibility, Mar. 3.5. Ro. 11.25. Ep. 4.18.
Πως,
    an enclitic particle, in any way, by any means:
	see εἰπως, μήπως.
Πῶς,
    adv. how? in what manner? by what means? Mat. 7.4; 22.12. Jno. 6.52;
	used in interrogations which imply a negative,
	Mat. 12.26, 29, 34; 22.45; 23.33. Ac. 8.31;
	put concisely for how is it that? how does it come to pass that?
	Mat. 16.11; 22.43. Mar. 4.40. Jno. 7.15;
	with an indirect interrogation, how, in what manner,
	Mat. 6.28; 10.19. Mar. 11.18; put for τί, what?
	Lu. 10.26; put for ὡς, as a particle of exclamation, how,
	how much, how greatly, Mar. 10.23, 24.

Ρ, ρ, Ῥῶ

Ῥαββι, ὁ indec. (later Heb. רבי fr. רב, which was deemed less honourable)
    Rabbi, my master, teacher, doctor,
	Mat. 23.7, 8; 26.25, 49, et al.
Ῥαββονί, v. Ῥαββουνί (later Heb. רבן, Aram. with suffix, רבוני)
    Rabboni, my master, the highest title of honour in the
	Jewish schools, Mar. 10.51. Jno. 20.16.
Ῥαβδίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐῤῥάβδισα, a.1. pass. ἐῤῥαβδίσθην,
    to beat with rods, Ac. 16.22. 2 Co. 11.25:
	from
Ῥάβδος, ου, ἡ,
    a rod, wand, He. 9.4. Re. 11.1; a rod of correction, 1 Co. 4.21;
	a staff, Mat. 10.10. He. 11.21; a sceptre, He. 1.8. Re. 2.27.
Ῥαβδοῦχος, ου, ὁ, (ῥάβδος & ἔχω)
    the bearer of a wand of office; a lictor,
	serjeant, a public servant who bore a bundle of rods
	before the magistrates as insignia of their office,
	and carried into execution the sentences they pronounced,
	Ac. 16.35, 38.
Ῥᾳδιούργημα, ατος, τό,
	(ῥᾳδιουργέω, to do easily, to act recklessly; ῥᾴδιος, easy, & ἔργον)
    pr. any thing done lightly, levity; reckless conduct, crime,
	Ac. 18.14. L.G.
Ῥαδιουργία, ας, ἡ, (fr. same)
    facility of doing any thing; levity in doing;
	recklessness, profligacy, wickedness, Ac. 13.10.
Ῥακά,
    an Aramaean term of bitter contempt, worthless fellow, Mat. 5.22.
Ῥάκος, εος, τό, (ῥάσσω, ῥήσσω)
    a torn garment; a shred or strip of cloth, Mat. 9.16. Mar. 2.21.
Ῥαντίζω, (ῥαίνω, idem)
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐῤῥάντισα, p. pass. ἐῤῥάντισμαι,
    to sprinkle, besprinkle, He. 9.13, 19, 21;
	met. and by impl. to cleanse by sprinkling, purify,
	free from pollution, He. 10.22: (L.G.)
	whence
Ῥαντισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a sprinkling; met. a cleansing, purification, lustration.
	He. 12.24. 1 Pe. 1.2. S.
Ῥαπίζω, (ῥαπίς, a rod)
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐῤῥάπισα,
    to beat with rods; to strike with the palm of the hand, cuff,
	slap, Mat. 5.39; 26.67:
	whence
Ῥάπισμα, ατος, τό,
    a blow with the palm of the hand, cuff, slap,
	Mar. 14.65. Jno. 18.22; 19.3. L.G.
Ῥαφίς, ίδος, ἡ, (ῥάπτω, to sew, sew together)
    a needle, Mat. 19.24. Mar. 10.25. Lu. 18.25.
Ῥέδα, v. ῥέδη, ης, ἡ, (Lat., rheda)
    a carriage with four wheels for travelling, chariot, Re. 18.13.
Ῥεμφάν, v. Ῥεφάν,
    the name of an idol, Ac. 7.43. The original passage,
	Amos 5.26, has כיון; the Sept. Ῥαιφάν, the Egyptian name
	for the planet Saturn.
Ῥέω,
    f. ῥεύσομαι, a.1. ἔῤῥευσα,
    to flow, Jno. 7.38.
Ῥηθείς,
    part. of ἐῤῥήθνη, a.1. pass. used in connexion
	with λέγω, φημί, and εἰπεῖν.
Ῥῆγμα, ατος, τό,
    a rent; a crash, ruin, Lu. 6.49:
	from
Ῥήγνυμι, v. ῥήσσω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ἔῤῥηξα,
    to rend, shatter; to break or burst in pieces,
	Mat. 9.17. Mar. 2.22. Lu. 5.37, et al.;
	to rend, lacerate, Mat. 7.6; to cast or dash upon the ground, convulse,
	Mar. 9.18. Lu. 9.42;
	absol. to break forth into exclamation, Ga. 4.27.
Ῥῆμα, ατος, τό, (ἐρῶ)
    that which is spoken; declaration, saying, speech, word,
	Mat. 12.36; 26.75. Mar. 9.32; 14.72;
	a command, mandate, direction, Lu. 3.2; 5.5;
	a promise, Lu. 1.38; 2.29;
	a prediction, prophecy, 2 Pe. 3.2;
	a doctrine of God or Christ, Jno. 3.34; 5.47; 6.63, 68. Ac. 5.20;
	an accusation, charge, crimination, Mat. 5.11; 27.14;
	fr. the Heb. a thing, Mat. 4.4. Lu. 4.4;
	a matter, affair, transaction, business,
	Mat. 18.16. Lu. 1.65. 2 Co. 13.1, et al.
Ῥήσσω,
    see ῥήγνυμι.
Ῥήτωρ, ορος, ὁ, (ἐρῶ)
    an orator, advocate, Ac. 24.1.
Ῥητῶς, (ῥητός, ἐρῶ)
    in express words, expressly, 1 Ti. 4.1. L.G.
Ῥίζα, ης, ἡ,
    a root of a tree, Mat. 3.10; 13.6;
	met. ἔχειν ῥίζαν, v. ἔχειν ῥίζαν ἐν ἑαυτῷ, to be rooted in faith,
	Mat. 13.21. Mar. 4.17. Lu. 8.13;
	met. cause, source, origin, 1 Ti. 6.10. He. 12.15;
	by synecd, the trunk, stock of a tree,
	met. Ro. 11.16, 17, 18;
	met. offspring, progeny, a descendant, Ro. 15.12. Re. 5.5; 22.16:
	whence
Ῥιζόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to root, cause to take root;
	pass. part. perf. ἐῤἑιζωμένος,
	firmly rooted, strengthened with roots;
	met. firm, constant, firmly fixed, Ep. 3.18. Col. 2.7.
Ῥιπή, ῆς, ἡ (ῥίπτω)
    pr. a rapid sweep, jerk; a wink, twinkling of the eye, 1 Co. 15.52.
Ῥιπίζω, (ῥιπίς, a fan or bellows, fr. ῥίπτω)
    f. ίσω,
    to fan, blow, ventilate; to toss, agitate,
	e.g. the ocean by the wind, Ja. 1.6.
Ῥιπτέω, ῳ,
    to toss repeatedly, toss up with violent gesture,
	Ac. 22.23: freq.
	from
Ῥίπτω
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔῤῥιψα, p. pass. ἔῤῥιμμαι,
    to hurl, throw, cast; to throw or cast down,
	Mat. 27.5. Lu. 4.35; 17.2;
	to throw or cast out, Ac. 27.19, 29;
	to lay down, set down, Mat. 15.30;
	pass. to be dispersed, scattered, Mat. 9.36.
Ῥοιζηδόν, (ῤοῖζος, a whizzing, a rushing noise)
    adv. with a noise, with a crash, &c., 2 Pe. 3.10. L.G.
Ῥομφαία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. a Thracian broad-sword; a sword, Re. 1.16; 2.12;
	by meton, war, Re. 6.8;
	met. a thrill of anguish, Lu. 2.35.
Ῥύμη, ης, ἡ (ῥύω)
    pr. a rush or sweep of a body in motion;
	a street, Ac. 9.11; 12.10;
	a narrow street, lane, alley, as distinguished from πλατεῖα,
	Mat. 6.2. Lu. 14.21.
Ῥύομαι,
    f. ῥύσομαι, a.1. ἐῤῥυσάμην,
    to drag out of danger, to rescue, save,
	Mat. 6.13; 27.43;
	later also pass., a.1. ἐῤῥύσθην,
	to be rescued, delivered,
	Lu. 1.74. Ro. 15.31. 2 Th. 3.2. 2 Ti. 4.17.
Ῥυπαρεύομαι, (ῥυπαρός)
    to be filthy, squalid;
	met. to be polluted, v.r. Re. 22.11. N.T.
Ῥυπαρία, ας, ἡ,
    filth; met. moral filthiness, uncleanness, pollution, Ja. 1.21:
	from
Ῥυπᾰρός, ά, όν,
    filthy, squalid, sordid, dirty, Ja. 2.2;
	met. defiled, polluted, v.r. Re. 22.11:
	from
Ῥύπος, ου, ὁ,
    filth, squalor, 1 Pe. 3.21:
	whence
Ῥυπόω, ῶ
    f. ώσω,
    to be filthy; met. to be morally polluted, Re. 22.11, bis.
Ῥύσις, εως, ἡ, (ῥέω)
    a flowing; a morbid flux, Mar. 5.25. Lu. 8.43, 44.
Ῥυτίς, ίδος, ἡ, (ῥύω)
    a wrinkle;
	met. a disfiguring wrinkle, flaw, blemish, Ep. 5.27.
Ῥωμαϊκός, ή, όν,
    Roman, Latin, Lu. 23.38:
	from
Ῥωμαῖος, ου, ὁ, (Ῥώμν, Rome)
    a Roman, Roman citizen, Jno. 11.48. Ac. 2.10; 16.21, et al.:
	whence
Ῥωμαϊστί,
    adv. in the Roman language, in Latin, Jno. 19.20.
Ῥώννυμι, v. νύω,
    f. ῥώσω,
    to strengthen, render firm;
	pass. perf. ἔῤῥωμαι, to be well, enjoy firm health;
	imperative ἔῤῥωσο, ἔῤῥωσθε, at the end of letters,
	like the Lat. vale, farewell, Ac. 15.29; 23.30.

Σ, σ, Σίγμα

Σαβαχθανί, (Aram. שבקתני, fr. שבק, to leave, forsake)
    sabacthani, thou hast forsaken me;
	interrogatively, hast thou forsaken me?
	Mat. 27.46. Mar. 15.34.
Σαβαώθ, (Heb. צבאות, pl. of צבא)
    hosts, armies, Ro. 9.29. Ja. 5.4.
Σαββατισμός, οῦ, ὁ, (σαββατίζω, i.q. Heb. שבת,
	whence it is formed, to cease or rest from labour,
	and thus keep sabbath)
    pr. a keeping of a sabbath; a state of rest, a sabbath-state, He. 4.9.
Σάββᾰτον, ου, τό, (Heb. שבת)
    pr. cessation from labour, rest; the Jewish sabbath,
	both in the sing. and pl., Mat. 12.2, 5, 8; 28.1. Lu. 4.16;
	a week, sing. and pl., Mat. 28.1. Mar. 16.9, et al.;
	pl. sabbaths, or times of sacred rest, Col. 2.16.
Σαγήνη, ης, ἡ, (σαγή, fr. σάττω, to load)
    a large net, drag, Mat. 13.47. L.G.
Σαδδουκαῖος, ου, ὁ,
    a Sadducee, one belonging to the sect of the Sadducees,
	which, according to the Talmudists, was founded by one צדוק, Sadoc,
	about three centuries before the Christian era: they were directly
	opposed in sentiments to the Pharisees,
	Mat. 3.7; 16.1, 6, 11, 12; 22.23, 34, et al.
Σαίνω,
    f. σανῶ, a.1. ἔσηνα & ἔσᾱνα,
    pr. to wag the tail; to fawn, flatter, cajole;
	pass. to be cajoled; to be wrought upon, to be perturbed,
	1 Th. 3.3.
Σάκκος, ου, ὁ, (Heb. שק)
    sackcloth, a species of very coarse black cloth made of hair,
	Re. 6.12; a mourning garment of sackcloth,
	Mat. 11.21. Lu. 10.13. Re. 11.3.
Σαλεύω,
    f. εύσω, a.1. ἐσάλευσα,
    to make to rock, to shake,
	Mat. 11.7; 24.29. Lu. 6.48. Ac. 4.31, et al.;
	to shake down or together, Lu. 6.38;
	met. to stir up, excite the people, Ac. 17.13;
	to agitate, disturb mentally, Ac. 2.25. 2 Th. 2.2;
	pass. impl. to totter, be ready to fall, be near to ruin,
	met. He. 12.27:
	from
Σάλος, ου, ὁ,
    agitation, tossing, rolling, spc. of the sea, Lu. 21.25.
Σάλπιγξ, ιγγος, ἡ,
    a trumpet, Mat. 24.31. 1 Th. 4.16, et al.:
	from
Σαλπίζω,
    f. ίγξω, & later, ίσω, a.1. ἐσάλπιγξα & ἐσάλπισα,
    to sound a trumpet, Re. 8.6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, et al.:
	whence
Σαλπιστής, οῦ, ὀ,
    a trumpeter, Re. 18.22. L.G.
Σαμαρείτης, ου, ὀ,
    a Samaritan, an inhabitant of the city or region of Σαμάρεια,
	Samaria, applied by the Jews as a term of reproach and
	contempt, Mat. 10.5. Jno. 4.9; 8.48, et al.:
	whence
Σαμαρεῖτις, ιδος,
    a Samaritan woman, Jno. 4.9, bis.
Σανδάλιον, ου, τό, (pr. dimin. of σάνδαλον)
    a sandal, a sole of wood or hide,
	covering the bottom of the foot, and bound on with
	leather thongs, Mar. 6.9. Ac. 12.8.
Σανίς, ίδος, ἡ,
    a board, plank, Ac. 27.44.
Σαπρός, ά, όν, (σήπω)
    pr. rotten, putrid; hence, bad, of a bad quality,
	Mat. 7.17, 18; 12.33. Lu. 6.43;
	refuse, Mat. 13.48;
	met. corrupt, depraved, vicious, foul, impure, Ep. 4.29.
Σάπφειρος, ου, ἡ, (Heb. ספיר)
    a sapphire, a precious stone of a blue colour in various shades,
	next in hardness and value to the diamond, Re. 21.19.
Σαργάνη, ης, ἡ,
    twisted or plaited work; a network of cords like a basket,
	basket of ropes, &c. 2 Co. 11.33. (ᾰ)
Σαρδίνος, ου, ὁ,
    a sardine, a precious stone of a blood-red colour, Re. 4.3.
Σάρδιον, τό,
    but in the common text of Re. 21.20. σάρδιος, a carnelian.
Σαρδόνυξ, υχος, ἡ (σάρδιον & ὄνυξ)
    sardonyx, a gem exhibiting the colour of the carnelian
	and the white of the chalcedony intermingled in alternate
	layers, Re. 21.20.
Σαρκικός, ή, όν, (σάρξ)
    freshly; pertaining to the body, corporeal, physical, Ro. 15.27. 1 Co. 9.11;
	carnal, pertaining to the flesh, 1 Pe. 2.11;
	carnal, subject to the propensity of the flesh, Ro. 7.14;
	carnal, low in spiritual knowledge and frame, 1 Co. 3.1, 3;
	carnal, human as opposed to divine, 2 Co. 1.12; 10.4;
	carnal, earthly, He. 7.16. L.G.
Σάρκῐνος, η, ον,
    of flesh, fleshy, 2 Co. 3.3:
	from
Σάρξ, σαρκός, ἡ,
    flesh, Lu. 24.39. Jno. 3.6, et al.;
	the human body, 2 Co. 7.5;
	flesh, human nature, human frame, Jno. 1.13, 14. 1 Jno. 4.2, et al.;
	kindred, Ro. 11.14; consanguinity, lineage, Ro. 1.3; 9.3, et al.;
	flesh, humanity, human beings, Mat. 24.22. Lu. 3.6. Jno. 17.2, et al.;
	the circumstances of the body, material circumstances, 1 Co. 5.5; 7.28.
	Philem. 16, et al.;
	flesh, mere humanity, human fashion, 1 Co. 1.26. 2 Co. 1.17;
	flesh as the seat of passion and frailty, Ro. 8.1, 3, 5, et al.;
	carnality, Ga. 5.24. 1 Pe. 4.1;
	materiality, as opposed to the spiritual,
	Ga. 3.3. Col. 2.18, 23. He. 9.10.
Σαρόω, ῶ, (i.q. σαίρω)
    f. ώσω, p. pass. σεσάρωμαι,
    to sweep, cleanse with a broom, Mat. 12.44. Lu. 11.25; 15.8.
Σατανᾶς, ᾶ, ὁ, & once, 2 Co. 12.7, Σατᾶν, ὁ, indec. (Heb. שטן)
    an adversary, opponent, enemy, perhaps, Mat. 16.23. Mar. 8.33. Lu. 4.8;
	elsewhere, Satan, the devil, Mat. 4.10. Mar. 1.13, et al.
Σάτον, ου, τό, (Heb. סאה, Chald. סאתא)
    a satum or seah, a Hebrew measure for things dry, containing,
	as Josephus testifies, (Ant. 1.ix.c.4.§5) an Italian modius
	and a half, or 24 sextarii, and therefore equivalent to one
	peck and a half English, Mat. 13.33. Lu. 13.21. N.T.
Σαυτοῦ, ῆς, οῦ,
    contr. from σεαυτοῦ.
Σβέννυμι,
    f. σβέσω, a.1. ἔσβεσα,
    to extinguish, quench, Mat. 12.20; 25.8. Mar. 9.44, 46, 48, et al.;
	met. to quench, damp, hinder, thwart, 1 Th. 5.19.
Σεαυτοῦ, ῆς, οῦ,
    reflexive pron., of thyself,
	and dat. σεαυτῷ, ῇ, ῷ, to thyself, &c. Mat. 4.6; 8.4; 19.19. et al.
Σεβάζομαι, (σέβος)
    f. άσομαι, a.1. ἐσεβάσθην,
    to feel dread of a thing; to venerate, adore, worship, Ro. 1.25:
	whence
Σέβασμα, ατος, τό,
    an object of religious veneration and worship,
	Ac. 17.23. 2 Th. 2.4. L.G.
Σεβαστός, ή, όν,
    pr. venerable, august; ὁ Σεβαστός, i.q. Lat. Augustus, Ac. 25.21, 25;
	Augustan, or, Sebastan, named from the city Sebaste, Ac. 27.1.
Σέβομαι,
    to stand in awe; to venerate, reverence, worship, adore,
	Mat. 15.9. Ac. 19.27; et al.;
	part. σεβόμενος, η, ον, worshipping, devout, pious,
	a term applied to proselytes to Judaism, Ac. 13.43, et al.
Σειρά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    a cord, rope, bank; in N.T., a chain, 2 Pe. 2.4.
Σεισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    pr. a shaking, agitation, concussion; an earthquake,
	Mat. 24.7; 27.54, et al.; a tempest, Mat. 8.24:
	from
Σείω,
    f. σείσω, a.l. ἔσεισα,
    to shake, agitate, He. 12.26. Re. 6.13;
	pass. to quake, Mat. 27.51; 28.4;
	met. to put in commotion, agitate, Mat. 21.10.
Σελήνη, ης, ἡ,
    the moon, Mat. 24.29. Mar. 13.24, et al.:
	whence
Σεληνιάζομαι,
    f. άσομαι,
    to be lunatic, Mat. 4.24; 17.15. L.G.
Σεμίδᾱλις, εως, ἡ,
    the finest flour, R. 18.13.
Σεμνός, ή, όν, (σέβομαι)
    august, venerable; honourable, reputable, Phi. 4.8;
	grave, serious, dignified, 1 Ti. 3.8, 11. Tit. 2.2:
	whence
Σεμνότης, τητος, ἡ,
    pr. majesty; gravity, dignity, dignified seriousness,
	2 Ti. 2.2; 3.4.
Σημαίνω, (σῆμα, a sign, mark)
    f. ανῶ, a.1. ἐσήμηνα & ἐσήμᾱνα,
    to indicate by a sign, to signal; to indicate, intimate, Jno. 12.33;
	to make known, communicate, Ac. 11.28. Re. 1.1;
	to specify, Ac. 25.27.
Σημεῖον, ου, τό (fr. same)
    a sign, a mark, token, by which any thing is known or
	distinguished, Mat. 16.3; 24.3. 2 Th. 3.17;
	a token, pledge, assurance, Lu. 2.12;
	a proof, evidence, convincing token,
	Mat. 12.38; 16.1. Jno. 2.18; in N.T.,
	a sign, wonder, remarkable event, wonderful appearance,
	extraordinary phenomenon, 1 Co. 14.22. Re. 12.1, 3; 15.1;
	a portent, prodigy, Mat. 24.30. Ac. 2.19;
	a wonderful work, miraculous operation, miracle,
	Mat. 24.24. Mar. 16.17, 20;
	meton. a sign, a signal character, Lu. 2.34:
	whence
Σημειόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to mark, inscribe marks upon;
	mid. to mark for one's self, note, 2 Th. 3.14.
Σήμερον,
    adv. to-day, this day, Mat. 6.11, 30; 16.3; 21.28;
	now, at present, He. 13.8. 2 Co. 31.15;
	ἡ σήμερον, sc. ἡμέρα, sometimes expresed, this day,
	the present day, Ac. 20.26;
	ἕως v. ἄχρι τῆς σήμερον, until this day, until our times,
	Mat. 11.23; 27.8, et al. freq.
Σήπω,
    to cause to putrify, make rotten; mid. σήπομαι,
	p. 2. σεσηπα, to putrify, rot, be corrupted or
	rotten, Ja. 5.2.
Σηρικός, ή, όν, (σήρ, a silkworm)
    silk, of silk, silken;
	τὸ σηρικόν, silken stuff, silk, Re. 18.12. L.G.
Σής, σεός & σητός, ὁ,
    a moth, Mat. 6.19, 20. Lu. 12.33.
Σητόβρωτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (σής & βιβρώσκω)
    moth-eaten, Ja. 5.2. S.
Σθενόω, ῶ, (σθένος, strength)
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐσθένωσα,
    to strengthen, impart strength, 1 Pe. 5.10. N.T.
Σιᾱγών, όνος, ἡ,
    the jaw-bone; in N.T., the cheek, Mat. 5.39. Lu. 6.29.
Σιγάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. pass. σεσίγημαι,
    to be silent, keep silence, Lu. 9.36; 20.26, et al.;
	trans. to keep in silence, not to reveal, to conceal;
	pass. to be concealed, not to be revealed, Ro. 16.25:
	from
Σῑγή, ῆς, ἡ,
    silence, Ac. 21.40. Re. 8.1.
Σιδήρεος, οῦς, εα, ᾶ, εον, οῦν,
    made of iron, Ac. 12.10. Re. 2.27; 9.9; 12.5; 19.15:
	from
Σίδηρος, ου, ὁ,
    iron, Re. 18.12.
Σιδώνιος, ου, ὁ,
    a Sidonian, an inhabitant of Σιδών, Sidon, Ac. 12.20.
Σικάριος, ου, ὁ, (Lat. sicarius, fr. sica, a dagger, poniard)
    an assassin, bandit, robber, Ac. 21.38.
Σίκερα, τό, indec.(Heb. שכר)
    strong or inebriating drink, Lu. 1.15. S.
Σιμικίνθιον, ου, τό,
	(Lat. semicinctium, fr. semi, half, & cingo, to grid)
    an apron, Ac. 19.12.
Σίνᾱπι, εως, τό,
    mustard; in N.T., probably the shrub Khardal
	(Salvadora Persica, L.), the fruit of which possesses
	the pungency of mustard, Mat. 13.31; 17.20, et al.
Σινδών, όνος, ἡ,
    sindon, pr. fine Indian cloth; fine linen; in N.T.,
	a linen garment, an upper garment or wrapper of fine linen,
	worn in summer by night, and used to envelope dead bodies,
	Mat. 27.59. Mar. 14.51, 52; 15.46. Lu. 23.53.
Σινιάζω, (σινίον, a sieve)
    f. άσω,
    to sift; met. to sift by trials and temptation,
	Lu. 22.31. L.G.
Σιτευτός, ή, όν, (σιτεύω, to feed or fatten, σῖτος)
    fed, fatted, Lu. 15.23, 27, 30.
Σιτίον, ου, τό, (σῖτος)
    provision of corn, food, v.r. Ac. 7.12.
Σιτιστός, ή, όν, (σιτίζω, to fatten, fr. σῖτος)
    fatted, a fatling, Mat. 22.4.
Σιτομέτριον, ου, τό, (σῖτος & μετρέω)
    a certain measure of grain distributed for food at set times
	to the slaves of a family, a ration, Lu. 12.42. L.G.
Σῖτος, ου, ὁ,
    corn, grain, wheat, Mat. 3.12; 13.25, 29, 30. Mar. 4.28, et. al.;
	pl. σῖτα, bread, food, Ac. 7.12.
Σιωπάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐσιώπησα,
    to be silent, keep silence, hold one's peace,
	Mat. 20.31; 26.63, et al.; σιωπῶν, silent, dumb, Lu. 1.20;
	met. to be silent, still, hushed, calm, as the sea, Mar. 4.39.
Σκανδαλίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐσκανδάλισα, a.1. pass. ἐσκανδαλίσθην,
    pr. to cause to stumble; met. to offend, vex, Mat. 17.27;
	to offend, shock, excite feelings of repugnance, Jno. 6.61. 1 Co. 8.13;
	pass. to be offended, shocked, pained,
	Mat. 15.12. Ro. 14.21. 2 Co. 11.29;
	σκανδαλίζεσθαι ἔν τινι, to be affected with scruples or
	repugnance towards any one as respects his claims or pretensions,
	Mat. 11.6; 13.57, et al.; met.to cause to stumble morally,
	to cause to falter, or err, Mat. 5.29; 18.6, et al.;
	pass. to falter, fall away, Mat. 13.21, et al.: (S.)
	from
Σκάνδᾰλον, ου, τό, (a later equivalent to σκανδάληθρον)
    pr. a trap-spring; also genr. a stumbling-block,
	any thing against which one stumbles, an impediment;
	met. a cause of ruin, destruction, misery, &c. R. 9.33; 11.9;
	a cause or occasion of sinning, Mat. 18.7, ter. Lu. 17.1;
	scandal, offence, cause of indignation, 1 Co. 1.23. Ga. 5.11.
Σκάπτω,
    f. σκάψω, a.1. ἔσκαψα,
    to dig, excavate, Lu. 6.48; 13.8; 16.3:
	whence
Σκάφη, ης, ἡ,
    pr. any thing excavated or hollowed; a boat, skiff,
	Ac. 27.16, 30, 32.
Σκέλος, εος, τό, pl. τὰ σκέλη,
    the leg, Jno. 19.31, 32, 33.
Σκέπασμα, ατος, τό, (σκεπάζω, to cover)
    covering; clothing, raiment, 1 Ti. 6.8.
Σκευή, ῆς, ἡ,
    apparatus; tackle, Ac. 27.19:
	from
Σκεῦος, εος, τό,
    a vessel, utensil for containing any thing,
	Mar. 11.16. Lu. 8.16. Ro. 9.21;
	any utensil, instrument; σκεύη, household stuff, furniture,
	goods, &c. Mat. 12.29. Mar. 3.27, et al.;
	the mast of a ship, or, the sail, Ac. 27.17;
	met. an instrument, means, organ, minister, Ac. 9.15;
	σκεύη ὀργῆς & σκεύη ἐλέους, vessels of wrath,
	or of mercy, persons visited by punishment, or
	the divine favour, Ro. 9.22, 23; the vessel or
	frame of the human individual, 1 Th. 4.4. 1 Pe. 3.7.
Σκηνή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a tent, tabernacle; genr. any temporary dwelling;
	a tent, booth, Mat. 17.4. He. 11.9; the tabernacle
	of the covenant, He. 8.5; 9.1, 21; 13.10;
	allegor. the celestial or true tabernacle,
	He. 8.2; 9.11; a division or compartment of the
	tabernacle, He. 9.2, 3, 6; a small portable tent
	or shrine, Ac. 7.43; trop. a family, lineage, race,
	Ac. 15.16; a mansion, habitation, abode, dwelling,
	Lu. 16.9; Re. 13.6.
Σκηνοπηγία, ας, ἡ, (σκῆνος & πήγνυμι)
    pr. a pitching of tents or booths; hence,
	the feast of tabernacles or booths, instituted in
	memory of the 40 years' wandering of the Israelites
	in the desert, and as a season of gratitude for the
	ingathering of harvest, celebrated during eight days,
	commencing on the 15th of Tisri, Jno. 7.2.
Σκηνοποιός, οῦ, ὁ, (σκηνή & ποιέω)
    a tent-maker, Ac. 18.3. N.T.
Σκῆνος, εος, τό, (equivalent to σκηνή)
    a tent, tabernacle; met. the corporeal tabernacle,
	2 Co. 5.1, 4:
	whence
Σκηνόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐσκήνωσα,
    to pitch tent, encamp; to tabernacle, dwell in a tent; to dwell,
	have one's abode, Jno. 1.14. Re. 7.15; 12.12; 13.6; 21.3:
	whence
Σκήνωμα, ατος, τό,
    a habitation, abode, dwelling, Ac. 7.46;
	the corporeal tabernacle of the soul, 2 Pe. 1.13, 14.
Σκιά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    a shade, shadow, Mar. 4.32. Ac. 5.15;
	met. a shadow, a shadowing forth, adumbration, in distinction
	from ἡ εἰκών, the perfect image or delineation, & τὸ σῶμα,
	the reality, Col. 2.17. He. 8.5; 10.1; gloom; σκιὰ θανάτου,
	death-shade, the thickest darkness, Mat. 4.16. Lu. 1.79.
Σκιρτάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐσκίρτησα,
    to leap, Lu. 1.41, 44; to leap, skip, bound for joy, Lu. 6.23.
Σκληροκαρδία, ας, ἡ, (σκληρός, & καρδία)
    hardness of heart, obduracy, obstinacy, perverseness,
	Mat. 19.8. Mar. 10.5; 16.14. S.
Σκληρός, ά, όν,
    dry, hard; met. harsh, severe, stern, Mat. 25.24;
	vehement, violent, fierce, Ja. 3.4; grievous, painful,
	Ac. 9.5; 26.14; grating to the mind, repulsive,
	offensive, Jno. 6.60; stubborn, contumacious, Jude 15:
	whence
Σκληρότης, τητος, ἡ,
    hardness; met. σκληρότης τῆς καρδίας, hardness of heart,
	obduracy, obstinacy, perverseness, Ro. 2.5.
Σκληροτράχηλος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (σκληρός & τράχηλος)
    stiff-necked, obstinate, refractory, Ac. 7.51. S.
Σκληρύνω,
    f. υνῶ, a.1. ἐσκλήρυνα,
    to harden; met. to harden morally, to make stubborn,
	He. 3.8, 15; 4.7; as a negation of ἐλεεῖν,
	to leave to stubbornness and contumacy, Ro. 9.38;
	mid. & pass. to put on a stubborn frame, become obdurate,
	Ac. 19.9. He. 3.13.
Σκολιός, ά, όν,
    crooked, tortuous, Lu. 3.5; met. perverse, wicked, Ac. 2.40. Phi. 2.15;
	crooked, peevish, morose, 1 Pe. 2.18.
Σκόλοψ, οπος, ὁ
    any thing pointed, met. a thorn, a plague, 2 Co. 12.7.
Σκοπέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to view attentively, watch, reconnoitre; to see, observe,
	take care, beware, Lu. 1.35. Ga. 6.1; to regard, have respect to,
	2 Co. 4.18. Phi. 2.4; to mark, note, Ro. 16.17. Ph. 3.17:
	from
Σκοπός, οῦ, ὁ, (σκέπτομαι)
    a watcher; also, a distant object on which the eye is kept fixed;
	a mark, goal, Ph. 3.14.
Σκορπίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐσκόρπισα,
    to disperse, scatter, Jno. 10.12; 16.32;
	to dissipate, waste, Mat. 12.30. Lu. 11.23;
	to scatter abroad one's gifts, give liberally, 2 Co. 9.9.
Σκορπίος, ου, ὁ,
    a scorpion, scorpio. Afer of Linn., a large insect, sometimes
	several inches in length, shaped somewhat like a crab, and
	furnished with a tail terminating in a sting, whence it emits
	a dangerous poison, Lu. 10.19; 11.12, et al.
Σκοτεινός, ή, όν, (σκότος)
    dark, darkling, Mat. 6.23. Lu. 11.34, 36.
Σκοτία, ας, ἡ, (fr. same)
    darkness, Jno. 6.17; 20.1; privacy, Mat. 10.27. Lu. 12.3;
	met. moral or spiritual darkness, Jno. 1.5, bis.; 8.12;
	12.38, 46, et al.
Σκοτίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to darken, shroud in darkness; pass. to be darkened,
	obscured, Mat. 24.29. Lu. 23.45;
	met. to be shrounded in moral darkness,
	to be benighted, Ro. 1.21, et al.: (L.G.)
	from
Σκότος, ου, ὁ
    darkness, He. 12.18.
Σκότος, εος, τό, but ου, ὁ,
    He. 12.18, according to ordinary Greek usage, darkness,
	Mat. 27.45. Ac. 2.20; gloom of punishment and misery,
	Mat. 8.12. 2 Pe. 2.17; met. moral or spritual darkness,
	Mat. 4.16. Jno. 3.19. Ep. 5.11;
	meton. men in a state of moral darkness, Ep. 5.8; 6.12:
	whence
Σκοτόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to darken, shroud in darkness, Re. 16.10.
Σκύβᾰλον, ου, τό,
    offal, dung, sweepings, refuse, Phi. 3.8.
Σκυθρωπός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, & ή, όν (σκυθρός, stern, gloomy, & ὤψ)
    of a stern, morose, sour, gloomy, or dejected countenance,
	Mat. 6.16. Lu. 24.17.
Σκύλλω,
    f. υλῶ, p. pass. ἔσκυλμαι,
    to flay, lacerate; met. to vex, trouble, annoy,
	Mar. 5.35. Lu. 7.6; 8.49;
	pass. met., ἐσκυλμένοι, jaded, in sorry plight,
	v.r. Mat. 9.36:
	whence
Σλῦλον, ου, τό, (σκύλλω)
    spoils stripped of an enemy; σκῦλα, spoil, plunder,
	booty, Lu. 11.22.
Σκωληκόβρωτος, (σκώληξ, & βιβρώσκω)
    eaten of worms, consumed by worms, Ac. 12.23.
Σκώληξ, ηκος, ὁ,
    a worm; met. gnawing anguish, Mar. 9.44, 46, 48.
Σμαράγδῐνος, ίνη, ινον,
    of smaragdus or emerald, Re. 4.3: (N.T.) from
Σμάραγδος, ου, ὁ, & ἡ,
    smaragdus, the emerald, a gem of a pure green colour;
	but under this name the ancients probably comprised
	all stones of a fine green colour, Re. 21.19.
Σμύρνα, ης, ἡ, (Heb. מור)
    myrrh, an aromatic bitter resin, or gum, issuing by incision,
	and sometimes spontaneously, from the truck and larger branches
	of a small thorny tree growing in Egypt, Arabia, and Abyssinia,
	much used by the ancients in unguents, Mat. 2.11. Jno. 19.39.
Σμυρναῖος, ου, ὁ
    a Smyrneans, an inhabitant of Σμύρνα, Smyrna, Re. 1.11; 2.8.
Σμυρνίζω, (σμύρνα)
    f. ίσω,
    to mingle or impregnate with myrrh, Mar. 15.23. N.T.
Σορός, οῦ, ἠ,
    a coffer; an urn for receiving the ashes of the dead;
	a coffin; in N.T., a bier. Lu. 7.14.
Σός, σή, σόν, (σύ)
    thine, Mat. 7.3, 22, et al.; οἱ σοί, thy kindred, friends, &c.
	Mar. 5.19; τὸ σόν & τὰ σά, what is thine, thy property, goods, &c.
	Mat. 20.14; 25.25. Lu. 6.30.
Σουδάριον, ου, τό, (Lat. sudarium)
    a handkerchief, napkin, &c. Lu. 19.20. Jno. 11.44, et al.
Σοφία, ας, ἡ, (σοφός)
    wisdom in general, knowledge, Mat. 12.42. Lu. 2.40, 52; 11.31.
	Ac. 7.10; ability, Lu. 21.15. Ac. 6.3, 10;
	practical wisdom, prudence, Col. 4.5, learning, science,
	Mat. 13.54. Mar. 6.2. Ac. 7.22; scientific skill, 1 Co. 1.17; 2.1;
	professed wisdom, human philosophy, 1 Co. 1.19, 20, 22; 2.4, 5, 6, et al.;
	superior knowledge and enlightenment, Col. 2.23;
	in N.T., Divine wisdom, Ro. 11.33. Eph. 3.10. Col. 2.3;
	revealed wisdom, Mat. 11.19. Lu. 11.49. 1 Co. 1.24, 30; 2.7;
	Christian enlightenment, 1 Co. 12.8. Eph. 1.8, 17.
	Col. 1.9, 28; 3.16. Ja. 1.5; 3.13.
Σοφίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐσόφισα,
    to make wise, enlighten, 2 Ti. 3.15;
	mid. to invent skilfully, devise artfully,
	pass. 2 Pe. 1.16:
	from
Σοφός, ή, όν,
    wise generally, 1 Co. 1.25; shrewd, sagacious, clever,
	Ro. 16.19. 1 Co. 3.10; 6.5; learned, intelligent,
	Mat. 11.25. Ro. 1.14, 22. 1 Co. 1.19, 20, 26, 27; 3.18;
	in N.T., divinely instructed, Mat. 23.34; furnished with
	Christian wisdom, spiritually enlightened, Ja. 3.13;
	all-wise, Ro. 16.27. 1 Ti. 1.17. Jude 25.
Σπαράσσω, v. ττω, (σπάω)
    f. ξω, a.1. ἐσπάραξα,
    pr. to tear, lacerate; by impl. to agitate greatly, convulse,
	distort by convulsion, Mar. 1.26; 9.20, 26. Lu. 9.39.
Σπαργανόω, ῶ, (σπάργανον, a bandage; swadding-cloth)
    f. ώσω,
    to swathe, wrap in swaddling-cloths, Lu. 2.7, 12.
Σπαταλάω, ῶ, (σπατάλη, riot, luxury)
    f. ήσω,
    to live luxuriously, voluptuously, wantonly,
	1 Ti. 5.6. Ja. 5.5. L.G.
Σπάω, ῶ,
    f. άσω, p. ἔσπακα, a.l. mid. ἐσπασάμην,
    to draw, pull; to draw a sword, Mar. 14.47. Ac. 16.27.
Σπεῖρα, ας, ἡ,
    any thing twisted or wreathed, a cord, coil, band, &c.;
	a band of soldiers, company, troop; used for a Roman maniple,
	or, cohort, Mat. 27.27. Ac. 10.1; the temple guard,
	Jno. 18.3, 12.
Σπείρω,
    f. σπερῶ, a.1. ἔσπειρα, p.2. ἔσπορα, a. pass. ἐσπάρην,
    to sow seed, Mat. 6.26; 13.3, 4, 18, 24, 25, 27, 31, 37, 39;
	in N.T., used with variety of metaphors.
	Mat. 13.19; 25.24. 1 Co. 9.11. 2 Co. 9.6. Ga. 6.7, et al.
Σπεκουλάτωρ, ορος, ὁ, (Lat. speculator )
    a sentinel, life-guardman, a kind of soldiers who formed
	the body-guard of princes, &c., one of whose duties was
	to put criminals to death, Mar. 6.27.
Σπένδω,
    f. σπείσω,
    to pour out a libation or drink offering; in N.T.,
	mid. to make a libation of one's self by expending
	energy and life in the service of the gospel, Phi. 2.17;
	pass. to be in the act of being sacrificed in the cause
	of the gospel, 2 Ti. 4.6.
Σπέρμα, ατος, τό, (σπείρω)
    seed, Mat. 13.24, 27, 37, 38; semen virile, He. 11.11;
	offspring, progeny, posterity, Mat. 22.24, 25. Jno. 7.42;
	a seed of future generations, Ro. 9.29; in N.T.,
	met. a seed or principle of spiritual life, 1 Jno. 3.9.
Σπερμολόγος, ου, ὁ, (σπέρμα & λέγω, to pick)
    pr. seed-picking; one who picks up and retails scraps of information;
	a babbler, Ac. 17.18.
Σπεύδω,
    f. σπεύσω, a.1. ἔσπευσα,
    trans. to urge on, impel, quicken; to quicken in idea,
	to be eager for the arrival of, 2 Pe. 3.12;
	intrans. to hasten, make haste, Ac. 20.16; 22.18;
	the part. has the force of an adverb, quickly, hastily,
	Lu. 2.16; 19.5, 6.
Σπήλαιον, ου, τό, (σπέος)
    a cave, cavern, den, Mat. 21.13. et al.
Σπιλάς, άδος, ἡ,
    a sharply cleft portion of rock; in N.T., a flaw,
	stigma, Jude 12.
Σπῖλος, & σπίλος, ὁ,
    a spot, stain, blot; a moral blot, Eph. 5.27. 2 Pe. 2.13; (L.G.)
	whence
Σπιλόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to spot, soil; to contaminate, defile, Ja. 3.6.
	Jude 23. L.G.
Σπλαγχνίζομαι,
    f. ίσομαι, a.1. ἐσπλαγχνίσθην,
    to be moved with pity or compassion,
	Mat. 9.36; 14.14; 20.34. Lu. 7.13, et al.;
	to compassionate, Mat. 18.27: (N.T.)
	from
Σπλάγχνον, ου, τό,
    but usually, and in N.T. only in pl. τὰ σπλάγχνα, ων,
	the chief intestines, viscera; the entrails, bowels,
	Ac. 1.18; met. the heart, the affections of the heart,
	the tender affections, Lu. 1.78. 2 Co. 6.12. Phi. 1.8, et al.;
	meton. a cherished one, dear as one's self, Phile. 12.
Σπόγγος, ου, ὁ,
    a sponge, Mat. 27.48. Mar. 15.36. Jno. 19.29.
Σποδός, οῦ, ἡ,
    ashes, Mat. 11.21, et al.
Σπορά, ᾶς, ἡ, (σπείρω)
    a sowing; seed sown; met. generative seed, generation,
	1 Pe. 1.23.
Σπόρῐμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (fr. same)
    sown, fit to be sown; in N.T., τὰ σπόριμα, fields which are sown,
	fields of grain, corn fields, Mat. 12.1. Mar. 2.23. Lu. 6.1.
Σπόρος, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a sowing; in N.T., seed, that which is sown,
	Mar. 4.26, 27. Lu. 8.5, 11; met. the seed sown in
	almsgiving, 2 Co. 9.10.
Σπουδάζω, (σπουδή)
    f. άσω, & άσομαι, p. ἐσπούδακα, a.1. ἐσπούδασα,
    to hasten; to be in earnest about, be bent upon, Ga. 2.10;
	to endeavour earnestly, strive, Ep. 4.3, et al.
Σπουδαῖος, α, ον, (fr. same)
    earnest, eager, forward, 2 Co. 8.17, 22;
	compart. neut. σπουδαιοτέρον,
	as an adv. earnestly, sedulously, 2 Ti. 1.17:
	whence
Σπουδαίως,
    adv. earnestly, eagerly, diligently, Lu. 7.4. Tit. 3.13;
	compar. σπουδαιοτέρως, more earnestly, Phi. 2.28.
Σπουδή ῆς, ἡ, (σπεύδω)
    haste; μετὰ σπουδῆς, with haste, hastily, quickly,
	Mar. 6.25. Lu. 1.39;
	earnestness, earnest application, diligence,
	Ro. 12.8, 11. 2 Co. 7.11, 12, et al.
Σπυρίς, ίδος, ἡ,
    a basket, handbasket for provisions,
	Mat. 15.37; 16.10. Mar. 8.8, 20. Ac. 9.25.
Στάδιον, ου, τό, pl. στάδια & στάδιοι,
    pr. a fixed standard of measure; a stadium,
	the eighth part of a Roman mile, and nearly
	equal to a furlong, containing 201.45 yards,
	Lu. 24.13, et al.; a race-course, a race, 1 Co. 9.24.
Στάμνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    a wine jar; a pot, jar, urn, vase, He. 9.4.
Στάσις, εως, ἡ, (ἵστημι)
    a setting; a standing; an effective position,
	an unimpaired standing or dignity, He. 9.8;
	a gathered party, a group; hence, a tumultuous
	assemblage, popular outbreak, Mar. 15.7. Ac. 19.40, et al.;
	seditious movement, Ac. 24.5;
	discord, dispute, dissension, Ac. 15.2; 23.7, 10.
Στατήρ, ῆρος, ὁ, (ἵστημι, to weigh)
    pr. a weight; a stater, an Attic silver coin,
	equal in value to the Jewish shekel, or to 4 Attic or
	2 Alexandrian drachms, and equivalent to about 3s.
	in our money, Mat. 17.27.
Σταυρός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a stake; a cross, Mat. 27.32, 40, 42. Phi. 2.8;
	by impl. the punishment of the cross, crucifixion,
	Ep. 2.16. He. 12.2;
	meton. the crucifixion of Christ in respect of its import,
	the doctrine of the cross,
	1 Co. 1.17, 18. ga. 5.11; 6.12, 14;
	met. in the phrases αἴρειν, v. βαστάζειν,
	v. λαμβάνειν τὸν σταυρὸν αὐτοῦ,
	to take up, or bear one's cross,
	to be ready to encounter any extremity,
	Mat. 10.38; 16.24, et al.:
	whence
Σταυρόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐσταύρωσα, p. pass. ἐσταύρωμαι,
    to fix stakes; later, to crucify, affix to the cross,
	Mat. 20.19; 23.34;
	met. to crucify, to mortify, to deaden,
	to make a sacrifice of, Ga. 5.24;
	pass. to be cut off from a thing, as by a violent death,
	to become dead to, Ga. 6.14.
Σταφῠλή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a cluster or bunch of grapes, Mat. 7.16. Lu. 6.44. Re. 14.18.
Στάχυς, υος, ὁ,
    an ear of corn, Mat. 12.1. Mar. 2.23; 4.28. Lu. 6.1.
Στέγη, ῆς, ἡ,
    a roof, flat roof of a house, Mat. 8.8. Mar. 2.4. Lu. 7.6:
	from
Στέγω,
    f. ξω,
    to cover; to hold off, to hold in; hence,
	to hold out against, to endure patiently,
	1 Co. 9.12; 13.7;
	absol. to contain one's self, 1 Th. 3.1, 5.
Στεῖρος, α, ον,
    sterile; barren, not bearing children,
	Lu. 1.7, 36; 23.29. Ga. 4.27.
Στέλλω,
    f. στελῶ, p. ἔσταλκα, a.1. ἔστειλα,
    pr. to place in set order, to arrange;
	to equip; to dispatch; to stow; to contract;
	mid. to contract one's self, to shrink;
	to withdraw from, avoid, shun, 2 Co. 8.20. 2 Th. 3.6.
Στέμμα, ατος, τό, (στέφω, to encircle)
    a crown; a fillet, wreath, Ac. 14.13.
Στεναγμός, οῦ, ὁ
    a sighing, groaning, groan, Ac. 7.34;
	an inward sighing, aspiration, Ro. 8.26:
	from
Στενάζω,
    f. άξω, a.1. ἐστέναξα,
    to groan, sigh, Ro. 8.23. 2 Co. 5.2, 4. He. 13.17;
	to sigh inwardly, Mar. 7.34;
	to give vent to querulous or censorious feelings, Ja. 5.9.
Στενός, ή, όν,
    narrow, strait, Mat. 7.13, 14. Lu. 13.24.
Στενοχωρέω, ῶ, (στενός & χώρα)
    f. ήσω,
    to crowd together into a narrow place, straiten;
	pass. met. to be in straits, to be cooped up,
	to be crampled from action, 2 Co. 4.8;
	to be cramped in feelinig, 2 Co. 6.12:
	whence
Στενοχωρία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. narrowness of place, a narrow place;
	met. straits, distress, anguish,
	Ro. 2.9; 8.35. 2 Co. 6.4; 12.10.
Στερεός, ά, όν,
    stiff, hard; of food, solid,
	as opposed to what is liquid and light,
	He. 5.12; firm, stedfast, 2 Ti. 2.19. 1 Pe. 5.9:
	whence
Στερεόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐστερέωσα,
    to render firm; to strengthen, Ac. 3.7, 16;
	to settle, Ac. 16.5:
	whence
Στερέωμα, ατος, τό,
    pr. what is solid and firm;
	met. firmness, stedfastness, constancy, Col. 2.5.
Στέφᾰνος, ου, ὁ, (στέφω, to encircle)
    that which forms an encirclement; a crown,
	Mat. 27.39. Re. 4.4, 10;
	a chaplet, wreath, conferred on a victor in the public games,
	1 Co. 9.25; met. a crown, reward, prize,
	2 Ti. 4.8. Ja. 1.12;
	a crown, ornament, honour, glory, Phi. 4.1, et al.:
	whence
Στεφανόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐστεφάνωσα,
    to encompass; to crown;
	to crown as victor in the games, 2 Ti. 2.5;
	met. to crown, adorn, decorate, He. 2.7, 9.
Στῆθος, εος, τό, & pl. τὰ στήθη,
    the breast, Lu. 18.13; 23.48. Jno. 13.25, et al.
Στήκω, a late equivalent to ἕστηκα,
    to stand, Mar. 11.25;
	met. to stand when under judgment,
	to be approved, Ro. 14.4;
	to stand firm, be constant, persevere, 1 Co. 16.13, et al.
Στηριγμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    pr. a fixing, settling; a state of firmness, fixedness;
	met. firmness of belief, settled frame of mind, 2 Pe. 3.17:
	from
Στηρίζω, (ἵστημι)
    f. ίξω, a.1. ἐστήριξα,
    to set fast; to set in a certain position or direction, Lu. 9.51;
	met. to render mentally stedfast,
	to settle, confirm, Lu. 22.32. Ro. 1.11, et al.;
	p. pass. ἐστήριγμαι, to stand immoveable, Lu. 16.26;
	met. to be mentally settled, 2 Pe. 1.12.
Στίγμα, ατος, τό, (στίζω, to prick; to burn in marks, brand)
    a mark, brand, Ga. 6.17.
Στιγμή, ῆς, ἡ, (fr. same)
    pr. a point; met. a point of time, moment, instant, Lu. 4.5.
Στίλβω,
    f. στίλψω,
    to shine, glisten, Mar. 9.3.
Στοά, ᾶς, ἡ, (ἵστημι)
    a colonnade, piazza, cloister,
	covered walk supported by columns,
	Jno. 5.2; 10.23. Ac. 3.11; 5.12.
Στοιβάς, άδος, ἡ, (στείβω, to tread)
    a stuffing of leaves, boughs, in N.T.,c.;
	meton. a bough, branch, Mar. 11.8. N.T.
Στοιχεῖον, ου, τό,
	(dimin. of στοῖχος, a row, a straight rod or rule,
	fr. στείχω, to go in a straight line)
    an element; an element of the natural universe,
	2 Pe. 3.10, 12; an element or rudiment of any intellectual
	or religious system, Ga. 4.3, 9. Col. 2.8, 20. He. 5.12.
Στοιχέω, ῶ, (fr. same)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to advance in a line;
	met. to frame one's conduct by a certain rule,
	Act. 21.24. Ro. 4.12. Ga. 5.25; 6.16. Phi. 3.16.
Στολή, ῆς, ἡ, (στέλλω, to arrange, to equip)
    equipment; dress; a long garment, flowing robe,
	worn by priests, kings, and persons of distinction,
	Mat. 12.38; 16.5. et al.
Στόμα, ατος, τό,
    the mouth, Mat. 12.34; 15.11, 17, 18; 21.16, et al.;
	speech, words, Mat. 18.16. 2 Co. 13.1;
	command of speech, facility of language, Lu. 21.15;
	fr. Heb. ἀνοίγειν τὸ στόμα, to make utterance,
	to speak, Mat. 5.2; 13.35, et al.;
	also, used of the earth, to rend, yawn,
	Re. 12.16; στόμα πρὸς στόμα λαλεῖν, to speak mouth to mouth,
	face to face, 2 Jno. 12. 3 Jno. 14;
	the edge of point of a weapon, Lu. 21.24. He. 11.34.
Στόμᾰχος, ου, ὁ, (στόμα)
    pr. the gullet leading to the stomach; hence,
	later, the stomach itself, 1 Ti. 5.23.
Στρατεία, ας, ἡ, (στρατεύω)
    a military expedition, campaign; and
	genr. military service, warfare;
	met. the Christian warfare, 2 Co. 10.4. 1 Ti. 1.18.
Στράτευμα, ατος, τό,
    an army, Mat. 22.7, et al.;
	an armed force, corps, Ac. 23.10, 27;
	troops, guards, Lu. 23.11:
	from
Στρατεύω, (στρατός, an army)
    f. εύσω, & mid. στρατεύομαι,
    to perform military duty, serve as a soldier,
	Lu. 3.14. 1 Co. 9.7. 2 Ti. 2.4;
	to battle, Ja. 4.1. 1 Pe. 2.11;
	to be spiritually militant, 2 Co. 10.3. 1 Ti. 1.18.
Στρατηγός, οῦ, ὁ, (στρατός & ἄγω)
    a leader or commander of an army, general;
	a Roman prætor, provincial magistrate,
	Ac. 16.20, 22, 35, 36, 38; στρατηγὸς τοῦ ἱεροῦ,
	the captain or prefect of the temple,
	the chief of the Levites who kept guard in and around the temple,
	Lu. 22.4, 52. Ac. 4.1; 5.24, 26.
Στρατιά, ᾶς, ἡ, (στρατός)
    an army, host; fr. Heb. στρατιὰ οὐράνιος, v. τοῦ οὐρανοῦ,
	the heavenly host, the host of heaven, the hosts of angels,
	Lu. 2.13; the stars, &c., Ac. 7.42:
	whence
Στρατιώτης, ου, ὁ
    a soldier, Mat. 8.9; 27.27, et al.;
	met. a soldier of Christ, 2 Ti. 2.3.
Στρατολογέω, ῶ, (στρατός & λέγω)
    f. ήσω,
    to collect or levy an army, enlist troops,
	2 Ti. 2.4. L.G.
Στρατοπεδάρχης, ου, ὁ, (στρατόπεδον & ἄρχω)
    a commandant of a camp; a legionary tribune;
	perhaps the prefect of the prætorian camp,
	Ac. 28.16. L.G.
Στρατόπεδον, (στρατός & πέδον)
    pr. the site of an encampment; an encampment;
	meton. an army, Lu. 21.20.
Στρεβλόω, ῶ,
	(στρεβλή, a windlass, a wrench, instrument of torture, rack)
    f. ώσω,
    pr. to distort the limbs on a rack;
	met. to wrench, distort, pervert, 2 Pe. 3.16.
Στρέφω,
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔστρεψα, a.2. pass. ἐστράφην,
    to twist; to turn, Mat. 5.39;
	to make a change of substance, to change, Re. 11.6;
	absol. to change or turn one's course of dealing, Ac. 7.42;
	mid. to turn one's self about, Mat. 16.23. Lu. 7.9, et al.;
	to turn back, Ac. 7.39; to change one's direction,
	to turn elsewhere, Ac. 13.46;
	to change one's course of principle and conduct,
	to be converted, Mat. 18.3.
Στρηνιάω, ῶ,
    f. άσω,
    to be wanton, to revel, riot, Re. 18.7, 9:
	from
Στρῆνος, εος, τό, (στρηνής, strong, hard)
    headstrong pride; wantonness, luxury, voluptuousness, Re. 18.3.
Στρουθίον, ίου, τό, (dimin. of στρουθός)
    any small bird, spc. a sparrow, Mat. 10.29, 31. Lu. 12.6, 7.
Στρώννυμι, v. στρωννύω, (by metath. for στορέννυμι)
    f. στρώσω, a.1. ἔστρωσα, p. pass. ἔστρωμαι,
    to spread, to strew, Mat. 21.8. Mar. 11.8;
	to spread a couch, Ac. 9.34; used of a supper chamber,
	pass. to have the couches spread, to be prepared,
	furnished, Mar. 14.15. Lu. 22.12.
Στυγητός, ή, όν, & ος, ον, (στυγέω, to hate)
    hateful, odious, detested, Tit. 3.3.
Στυγνάζω, (στυγνός, gloomy)
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐστύγνασα,
    to put on a gloomy and downcast look, Mar. 10.22;
	of the sky, to lower, Mat. 16.3. S.
Στῦλος, ου, ὁ,
    a pillar, column, Re. 10.1;
	used of persons of authority, influence, &c.,
	a support or pillar of the church, Ga. 2.9. Re. 3.12;
	a support of true doctine, 1 Ti. 3.15.
Στωϊκός, ή, όν,
    stoic, belonging to the sect of the Stoics, founded by Zeno,
	and deriving their name frm the portico, στοά, where he tought,
	Ac. 17.18.
Σύ,
    gen. σοῦ, dat. σοί, acc. σέ, & enclit. σου, σοι, σε, pl. ὑμεῖς.
    pron. 2 pers. thou, Mat. 1.20; 2.6, et al. freq.
Συγγένεια, ας, ἡ,
    kindred; kinsfolk, kinsmen, relatives, Lu. 1.61. Ac. 7.3, 14:
	from
Συγγενής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & γένος)
    kindred, akin; as a subs. a kinsman or kinswoman, relative,
	Mar. 6.4. Lu. 1.36, 58, et al.; one nationally akin,
	a fellow-countryman, Ro. 9.3.
Συγγνώμη, ης, ἡ, (συγγινώσκω, to agree in judgment with)
    pardon; concession, leave, permission, 1 Co. 7.6.
Συγκάθημαι, (σύν & κάθημαι)
    to sit company with, Ma. 14.54. Ac. 26.30.
Συγκαθίζω, (σύν & καθίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    trans. to cause to sit with, seat in company with, Ep. 2.6;
	intrans. to sit in company with; to sit down together, Ac. 22.55.
Συγκακοπαθέω, ῶ, (σύν & κακοπαθέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to suffer evils along with any one; to be enduringly adherent,
	2 Ti. 1.8. N.T.
Συγκακουχέομαι, οῦμαι, (σύν & κακουχέω)
    to encounter adversity along with any one, He. 11.25. N.T.
Συγκαλέω, ῶ, (σύν & καλέω)
    f. έσω,
    to call togetther, convoke, Mar. 15.16;
	mid. to call around one's self, Lu. 9.1, et al.
Συγκαλύπτω, (σύν & καλύπτω)
    f. ψω, p. pass. συγκεκάλυμμαι,
    to cover altogether, to cover up; met. to conceal,
	Lu. 12.2.
Συγκάμπω, (σύν & κάμπω)
    f. ψω,
    to bend or bow together;
	to bow down the back of any one afflictively, Ro. 11.10.
Συγκαταβαίνω, (σύν & καταβαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι,
    to go down with any one, Ac. 25.5.
Συγκατάθεσις, εως, ἡ,
    assent; in N.T., accord, alliance, 2 Co. 6.16: (L.G.)
	from
Συγκατατίθημι, (σύν & κατατίθημι)
    to set down together with; mid. to assent, accord, Lu. 23.51.
Συγκαταψηφίζω, (σύν & καταψηφίζω, ψῆφος)
    ίσω,
    to count, number with, Ac. 1.26. N.T.
Συγκεράννυμι, v. νύω, (σύν & κεράννυμι)
    f. κεράσω, συνεκέρᾰσα, p. κέκρᾱμαι,
    to mix with, mingle together, commingle;
	to blend, 1 Co. 12.24.
	pass. to be attempered, combined. He. 4.2.
Συγκῑνέω, ῶ, (σύν & κινέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to move together, commove, put in commotion;
	to excite, Ac. 6.12.
Συγκλείω, (σύν & κλείω)
    f. είσω,
    to shut up together, to hem in; to enclose, Lu. 5.6;
	met. to band under a sweeping sentence, Ro. 11.32. Ga. 3.22;
	pass. to be banded under a bar of disability, Ga. 3.23.
Συγκληρονόμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & κληρονόμος)
    pr. a coheir, Ro. 8.17; a fellow participant,
	Ep. 3.6. He. 11.9. 1 Pe. 3.7. N.T.
Συγκοινωνέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to be a joint partaker, participate with a person;
	in N.T., to mix one's self up in a thing,
	to involve one's self, be an accomplice in,
	Ep. 5.11. Re. 18.4; to sympathise actively in,
	to relieve, Phi. 4.14:
	from
Συγκοινωνός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & κοινωνός)
    one who partakes jointly; a coparticipant, copartner,
	Ro. 11.17. 1 Co. 9.23. Phi. 1.7. Re. 1.9. N.T.
Συγκομίζω, (σύν & κομίζω)
    f. ίσω,
    to bring together, collect;
	to prepare for burial, take charge of the funeral of any one,
	bury, Ac. 8.2.
Συγκρίνω, (σύν & κρίνω)
    f. ινῶ,
    to combine, compound; to compare,
	to estimate by comparing with something else, or,
	to match, 2 Co. 10.12, bis; to explain, illustrate, or,
	to suit, 1 Co. 2.13.
Συγκύπτω, (σύν & κύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to bend or bow together; to be bowed together,
	bent double, Lu. 13.11.
Συγκυρία, ας, ἡ,
	(συγκυρέω, to happen together, σύν & κυρέω, to happen)
    concurrence, coincidence, change, accident;
	κατὰ συγκυρίαν, by change, accidentally, Lu. 10.31.
Συγχαίρω, (σύν & χαίρω)
    a.2. συνεχάρνη,
    to rejoice with any one, sympathise in joy,
	Lu. 15.6, 9. Phi. 2.17, 18;
	met. 1 Co. 12.26; to sympathise in the advancement of,
	1 Co. 13.6.
Συγχέω, & later, ύνω, (σύν & χέω)
    imperf. συνέχεον & συνέχυνον, pass. p. συγκέχὺμαι,
	a.1. συνεχύθην,
    to pour together, mingle by pouring together;
	hence, to confound, perplex, amaze, Ac. 2.6;
	to confound in dispute, Ac. 9.22;
	to throw into confusion, fill with uproar, Ac. 19.33; 21.27, 31.
Συγχράομαι, ῶμαι, (σύν & χράομαι)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to use at the same time with another, use in common;
	to have social intercourse with, associate with.
	Jno. 4.9. L.G.
Συγχύνω,
    see συγχέω.
Σύγχῠσις, εως, ἡ, (συγχέω)
    pr. a pouring together; hence, confusion, commotion,
	tumult, uproar, Ac. 19.29.
Συζάω, ῶ, (σύν & ζάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to live with; to continue in life with any one,
	2 Co. 7.3; to coexist in life with another,
	Ro. 6.8. 2 Ti. 2.11.
Συζεύγνυμι, (σύν & ζεύγνυμι, to yoke)
    f. ζεύξω, a.1. συνέζευξα,
    to yoke together; trop. to conjoin, join together,
	unite, Mat. 19.6. Mar. 10.9.
Συζητέω, ῶ, (σύν & ζητέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to seek, ask, or inquire with another; to deliberate,
	debate, Mar. 1.27; 9.10; to hold discourse with,
	argue, reason, Mar. 8.11; 12.28. Ac. 6.9;
	to question, dispute, cavil, Mar. 9.14, 16, et al.:
	whence
Συζήτησις, εως, ἡ,
    mutual discussion, debate, disputation,
	Ac. 15.2, 7; 28.29. L.G.
Συζητητής, οῦ, ὁ,
    a disputation, controversial reasoner, sophist,
	1 Co. 1.20. N.T.
Σύζῠγος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (συζεύγνυμι)
    a yoke-fellow; an associate, fellow-labourer,
	coadjutor, Phi. 4.3.
Συζωοποιέω, ῶ, (σύν & ζωοποιέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to quicken together with another;
	to make a sharer in the quickening of another,
	Ep. 2.5. Col. 2.13. N.T.
Συκάμῑνος, ου, ἡ, & ὁ,
    a sycamine-tree, i.q. συκομοραία, q.v., Lu. 17.6.
Συκῆ, ῆς, ἡ, contr. for συκέα,
    a fig-tree, ficus carica of Linn., Mat. 21.19, et al.
Συκομοραία, v. συκομορέα, ας, ἡ, (σῦκον & μόρον, a mulberry)
    equivalent to συκόμορος, the fig-mulberry,
	ficus sycamorus of Linn., a tree whose leaves
	resemble those of the mulberry and its fruit that
	of the fig-tree, Lu. 19.4. N.T.
Σῦκον, ου, τό,
    a fig, Mat. 7.16, et al.
Συκοφαντέω, ῶ, (συκοφάντης, pr., among the Athenians,
	an informer against those who exported figs contrary
	to law, σῦκον, φαίνω)
    f. ήσω,
    to inform against; to accuse falsely;
	by impl. to wrong by false accusations or insidious arts;
	to extort money by false information, Lu. 3.14; 19.8.
Συλαγωγέω, ῶ, (σύλη, v. σῦλον, & ἄγω)
    f. ήσω,
    to carry off as a prey or booty;
	met. to make victims of imposture, Col. 2.8. L.G.
Συλάω, ῶ, (σύλη v. σῦλον, the right of seizing the
	goods of a merchant in payment)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐσύλησα,
    to strip, rob; to rob, encroach on, 2 Co. 11.8.
Συλλαλέω, ῶ, (σύν & λαλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to talk, converse, or confer with,
	Mat. 17.3. Mar. 9.4, et al. L.G.
Συλλαμβάνω, (σύν & λαμβάνω)
    f. λήψομαι, a.2. συνέλαβον, p. συνείληφα,
	a.1. pass. συνελήφθην,
    to catch up; to seize, apprehend, Mat. 26.55. Ac. 1.16, et al.;
	to catch, as prey, Lu. 5.9;
	to conceive, become pregnant, Lu. 1.24, 31, 36; 2.21;
	met. Ja. 1.15;
	mid. to help, aid, assist, Lu. 5.7. Phi. 4.3.
Συλλέγω, (σύν & λέγω)
    f. ξω,
    to collect, gather, Mat. 7.16; 13.28, et al.
Συλλογίζομαι, (σύν & λογίζομαι)
    f. ίσομαι,
    to reckon up together; to consider, deliberate,
	reason, Lu. 20.5.
Συλλυπέομαι, οῦμαι, (σύν & λυπέομαι)
    to be grieved together with; to be grieved, Mar. 3.5.
Συμβαίνω, (σύν & βαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι, a.2. συνέβην,
    to stand with the feet near together;
	to step or come together; to happen, befall,
	fall out, Mar. 10.32, et al.
Συμβάλλω, (σύν & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ
    pr. to throw together;
	absol. to meet and join, Ac. 20.14;
	to meet in war, to encounter, engage with, Lu. 14.31;
	to encounter in discourse or dispute, Ac. 17.18;
	to consult together, Ac. 4.15;
	mid. to contribute, be of service to, to aid, Ac. 18.27;
	συμβάλλειν ἐν τῇ καρδίᾳ, to revolve in mind,
	ponder upon, Lu. 2.19.
Συμβασιλεύω, (σύν & βασιλεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to reign with; met. to enjoy honour and felicity with,
	1 Co. 4.8. 2 Ti. 2.12. L.G.
Συμβιβάζω, (σύν & βιβάζω)
    f. άσω,
    pr. to cause to come together; to unite, knit together,
	Ep. 4.16. Col. 2.2, 19; to infer, conclude, Ac. 16.10;
	by impl. to prove, demonstrate, Ac. 9.22;
	in N.T., to teach, instruct, 1 Co. 2.16.
Συμβουλεύω, (σύν & βουλεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to counsel, advise, exhort, Jno. 18.14. Re. 3.18;
	mid. to consult together, plot, Mat. 26.4. et al.
Συμβούλιον, ίου, τό,
    counsel, consultation, mutual consultation, Mat. 12.14; 22.15, et al.;
	a council, counsellors, Ac. 25.12: (N.T.)
	from
Σύμβουλος, ου, ὁ, (σύν & Βουλή)
    a counsellor; one who shares one's counsel, Ro. 11.34.
Συμμαθητής, οῦ, ὁ, (σύν & μαθητής)
    a fellow-disciple, Jno. 11.16.
Συμμαρτῡρέω, ῶ, (σύν & μαρτυρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to testify or bear witness together with another,
	add testimony, Ro. 2.15; 8.16; 9.1.
Συμμερίζομαι, (σύν & μερίζω)
    f. ίσομαι,
    to divide with another so as to receive a part to one's self,
	share with, partake with, 1 Co. 9.13. N.T.
Συμμέτοχος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & μέτοχος)
    a partaker with any one, a joint partaker, Ep. 3.6; 5.7. L.G.
Συμμορφίζω, (σύν & μορφίζω)
    equivalent to συμμορφόω: which see: v.r. Phi. 3.10.
Σύμμορφος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & μορφή)
    of like form, assimilated, conformed, Ro. 8.29. Phi. 3.21. N.T.
Συμμορφόω, ῶ, (σύν & μορφόω)
    to conform to, Phi. 3.10. N.T.
Συμπαθέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to sympathise with, He. 4.15; to compassionate, He. 10.34:
	from
Συμπᾰθής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & πάθος, πάσχω)
    sympathising, compassionate, 1 Pe. 3.8.
Συμπαραγίνομαι, (σύν & παραγίνομαι)
    a.2. συμπαρεγενόμην,
    to be present together with; to come together, convene, Lu. 23.48;
	to stand by or support one judicially, adesse, 2 Ti. 4.16.
Συμπαρακαλέω, ῶ, (σύν & παρακαλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to invite, exhort along with others;
	to animate in company with others;
	pass. to share in mutual encouragement, Ro. 1.12.
Συμπαραλαμβάνω, (σύν & παραλαμβάνω)
    a.2. συμπαρέλαβον,
    to take along with, take as a companion,
	Ac. 12.25; 15.37, 38. Ga. 2.1.
Συμπαραμένω, (σύν & παραμένω)
    f. μενῶ,
    to remain or conntinue with or among, Phi. 1.25.
Συμπάρειμι, (σύν & πάρειμι)
    to be present with any one, Ac. 25.24.
Συμπάσχω, (σύν & πάσχω)
    f. πείσομαι,
    to suffer with, sympathise, 1 Co. 12.26;
	to suffer as another, endure corresponding suffferings, Ro. 8.17.
Συμπέμπω, (σύν & πέμπω)
    f. ψω,
    to send with any one, 2 Co. 8.18, 22.
Συμπεριλαμβάνω, (σύν & περιλαμβάνω)
    f. λήψομαιν,
    to enbrace together; to embrace, Ac. 20.10.
Συμπίνω, (σύν & πίνω)
    f. πίομαι, & πιοῦμαι, a.2. συνέπῐον,
    to drink with any one, Ac. 10.41. (ῑ)
Συμπίπτω, (σύν & πίπτω)
    a.2. συνέπεσον,
    to fall together; to fall in runis, v.r. Lu. 6.49.
Συμπληρόω, ῶ, (σύν & πληρόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to fill, fill up, fill full, Lu. 8.23;
	pass., of time, to be completed, have fully come,
	Lu. 9.51. Ac. 2.1.
Συμπνίγω, (σύν & πνίγω)
    f. ιξοῦμαι,
    to throttle, choke;
	trop. to choke the growth or increase of seed or plants,
	Mat. 13.22. Mar. 4.7, 19. Lu. 8.14;
	to press upon, crowd, throng, Lu. 8.42. (ῑ)
Συμπολίτης, ου, ὁ, (σύν & πολίτης)
    a fellow-citizen, met. Ep. 2.19. (ῑ)
Συμπορεύομαι, (σύν & πορεύομαι)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to go with, accompany, Lu. 7.11; 14.25; 24.15;
	to come together, assemble, Mar. 10.1.
Συμπόσιον, ίου, τό, (συμπίνω)
    a drinking togethers; a feast, banquent;
	a festive company; in N.T.,
	pl. συμπόσια, mess-parties, Mar. 6.39.
Συμπρεσβύτερος, ου, ὁ, (σύν & πρεσβύτερος)
    a fellow-elder, fellow-presbyter, 1 Pe. 5.1. N.T.
Συμφέρω, (σύν & φέρω)
    f. συνοίσω, a.1. συνήνεγκα, a.2. συνήνεγκον,
    to bring together, collect, Ac. 19.19;
	absol. to conduce to, to be for the benefit of any one,
	be profitable, advantageous, expedient, 1 Co. 6.12. 2 Co. 8.10;
	particip. neut. τὸ συμφέρον, good, benefit, profit, advantage,
	Ac. 20.20. 1 Co. 7.35; impers. συμφέρει,
	it is profitable, advantageous, expedient,
	Mat. 5.29, 30; 19.10. et al.
Σύμφημι, (σύν & φημί)
    pr. to affirm with; to assent, Ro. 7.16.
Συμφυλέτης, ου, ὁ, (σύν & φυλή)
    pr. one of the same tribe;
	a fellow-citizen, fellow-countryman, 1 Th. 2.14.
Σύμφῠτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & φύω)
    pr. planted together, grown together;
	in N.T., met. grown together, closely entwined
	or united with, Ro. 6.5.
Συμφύω, (fr. same)
    f. φύσω, pass. a.2. συνεφύην,
    to make to grow together;
	pass. to grow or spring up with, Lu. 8.7.
Συμφωνέω, ῶ, (σύμφωνος)
    f. ήσω,
    to sound together, to be in unison, be in accord;
	trop. to agree with, accord with in purport, Ac. 15.15;
	to harmonise with, be congruous, suit with, Lu. 5.36;
	to agree with, make an agreement, Mat. 18.19; 20.2, 13. Ac. 5.9:
	whence
Συμφώνησις, εως, ἡ,
    unison, accord; agreement, concord, 2 Co. 6.15. N.T.
Συμφωνία, ας, ἡ,
    symphony, harmony of sounds;
	concert of instruments, music, Lu. 15.25.
Σύμφωνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & φωνή)
    agreeing in sound;
	met. accordant, harmonious, agreeing, and
	neut. τὸ σύμφωνον, accord, agreement, 1 Co. 7.5.
Συμψηφίζω, (σύν & ψηφίζω, ψῆφος)
    f. ίσω,
    to calculate together, compute, reckon up, Ac. 19.19.
Σύμψῡχος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & ψυχή)
    united in mind, at unity, Phi. 2.2. N.T.
Σύν,
    prep. governing a dat., with, together with, Mat. 25.27; 26.35; 27.38;
	attendant on, 1 Co. 15.10;
	besides, Lu. 24.21; with, with the assistance of, 1 Co. 5.4;
	with, in the same manner as, Ga. 3.9; εἶναι σύν τινι,
	to be with any one, to be in company with, accompany, Lu. 2.13; 8.38;
	to be on the side of, be a partisan of any one, Ac. 4.13; 14.4;
	οἱ σύν τινι, those with any one, the companions of any one,
	Mar. 2.26. Ac. 22.9;
	the colleagues, associates of any one, Ac. 5.17, 21.
Συνάγω, (σύν & ἄγω)
    f. άξω, a.2. συνήγᾰγον, p. pass. συνῆγμαι, a.1. pass. συνήχθην,
	f. pass. συναχθήσομαι,
    to bring together, collect, gather, as grain, fruits, &c.,
	Mat. 3.12; 6.26; 13.30, 47; to collect an assembly, convoke;
	pass. to convene, come together, meet, Mat. 2.4; 13.2;
	18.20; 22.10; in N.T., to receive with kindness and hospitality,
	to entertain, Mat. 25.35, 38, 43, et al.: (ᾰ)
	whence
Συναγωγή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a collecting, gathering; a Christian assembly or congregation,
	Ja. 2.2; the congregation of a synagogue, Ac. 9.2, et al.;
	a synagogue, place of Jewish worship, Lu. 7.5, et al.
Συναγωνίζομαι, (σύν & ἀγωνίζομαι)
    f. ίσομαι,
    to combat in company with any one; to exert one's strength with,
	to be earnest in aiding, Ro. 15.30.
Συναθλέω, ῶ, (σύν & ἀθλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to contend on the side of any one; in N.T.,
	to co-operate vigorously with a person, Phi. 4.3;
	to make effort in the cause of, in support of a thing, Phi. 1.27. L.G.
Συναθροίζω, (σύν & ἀθροίζω, to gather, ἀθρόος)
    f. οίσω,
    to gather; to bring together, convoke, Ac. 19.25;
	pass. to come together, convene, Lu. 24.33. Ac. 12.12.
Συναίρω, (σύν & αἴρω)
    f. αρῶ,
    to take up a thing with any one; in N.T.,
	συναίρειν λόγον, to adjust accounts, reckon in order to payment,
	Mat. 18.23, 24; 25.19.
Συναιχμάλωτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & αἰχμάλωτος)
    a fellow-captive, Ro. 16.7. Col. 4.10. Phile. 23. N.T.
Συνακολουθέω, ῶ, (σύν & ἀκολουθέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to follow in company with, accompany, Mar. 5.37. Lu. 23.49.
Συνᾱλίζω, (σύν & ἁλίζω to collect)
    f. ίσω,
    to cause to come together, collect, assemble, congregate;
	mid. to convene to one's self, Ac. 1.4.
Συναναβαίνω, (σύν & ἀναβαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι, a.2. συνανέβην,
    to go up, ascend with any one, Mar. 15.41. Ac. 13.31.
Συνανάκειμαι, (σύν & ἀνάκειμαι)
    f. είσομαιν
    to recline with any one at table, Mat. 9.10; 14.9, et al. N.T.
Συναναμίγνυμι, (σύν & ἀναμίγνυμι, to mix, mingle)
    to mix together with, commingle;
	mid. met. to mingle one's self with, to associate with,
	have familiar intercourse with, 1 Co. 5.9, 11. 2 Th. 3.14. L.G.
Συναναπαύομαι, (σύν & ἀναπαύομαι)
    f. αύσομαι,
    to experience refreshment in company with any one,
	Ro. 15.32. L.G.
Συναντάω, ῶ,(σύν & ἀντάω, αντί)
    f. ήσω,
    to meet with, fall in with, encounter;
	to meet, Lu. 9.37; 22.10. Ac. 10.25. He. 7.1, 10;
	to occur, happen to, befall, Ac. 20.22:
	whence
Συνάντησις, εως, ἡ,
    a meeting, Mat. 8.34.
Συναντιλαμβάνομαι, (σύν & ἀντιλαμβάνομαι)
    f. λήψομαι,
    pr. to take hold of with any one;
	to support, help, aid, Lu. 10.40. Ro. 8.26. L.G.
Συναπάγω, (σύν & ἀπάγω)
    f. άξω,
    to lead or conduct away with; to seduce;
	pass. to be led away, carried astray, Ga. 2.13. 2 Pe. 3.17;
	mid. to conform one's self willingly to certain circumstance,
	Ro. 12.16.
Συναποθνήσκω, (σύν & ἀποθνήσκω)
    a.2. συναπέθανον,
    to die together with any one, Mar. 14.31. 2 Co. 7.3;
	met. to die with, in respect of a spiritual likeness, 2 Ti. 2.11.
Συναπόλλυμι, (σύν & ἀπόλλυμι)
    a.2. mid. συναπωλόμην
    to destroy together with others;
	mid. to perish or be destroyed with others, He. 11.31.
Συναποστέλλω, (σύν & ἀποστέλλω)
    f. στελῶ,
    to send forth together with any one, 2 Co. 12.18.
Συναρμολογέω, ῶ, (σύν & ἁρμολογέω, fr. ἁρμός, a joint, & λόγος)
    f. ήσω,
    to join together fitly, fit or frame together,
	compact, Ep. 2.21. N.T.
Συναρπάζω, (σύν & ἁρπάλω)
    f. άσω,
    to snatch up, clutch, to seize and carry off suddenly, Ac. 6.12;
	to seize with force and violence, Lu. 8.29;
	pass. of a ship, to be caught and swept on by the wind, Ac. 27.15.
Συναυξάνομαι, (σύν & αὐξάνω)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to grow together in company, Mat. 13.30.
Σύνδεσμος, ου, ὁ,
    that which binds together; a ligature, Co1. 2.19;
	a band of union, Eph. 4.3. Col. 3.14;
	a bundle, or, bond, Ac. 8.23:
	from
Συνδέω, (σύν & δέω)
    f. δήσω,
    to bind together; in N.T.,
	pass. to be in bonds together with, He. 13.3.
Συνδοξάζω, (σύν & δοξάζω)
    f. άσω,
    in N.T., to glorify together with, to exalt to a state of
	dignity and happiness in company with, to make to partake
	in the glorification of another, Ro. 8.17.
Σύνδουλος, ου, ὁ, (σύν & δοῦλος)
    a fellow-slave, fellow-servant, Mat. 24.49, et al.;
	a fellow-minister of Christ, Col. 1.7, et al.
Συνδρομή, ῆς, ἡ, (σύν & ἔδραμον)
    a running together, concourse, Ac. 21.30.
Συνεγείρω, (σύν & ἐγείρω)
    f. γερῶ,
    to raise up with any one; to raise up with Christ
	by spiritual resemblance of His resurrection,
	Ep. 2.6. Co. 2.12; 3.1. L.G.
Συνέδριον, ίου, τό, (σύν & ἕδρα)
    pr. a sitting together, assembley, &c.;
	in N.T., the Sanhedrin, the supreme council of the
	Jewish nation, Mat. 5.22; 26.59;
	meton. the Sanhedrin as including the members and
	place of meeting, Lu. 22.66. Ac. 4.15, et al.;
	genr. a judicial council, tribunal, Mat. 10.17. Mar. 13.9.
Συνείδησις, εως, ἡ, (συνειδέναι)
    consciousness, He. 10.2; a present idea, persisting notion,
	impression of reality, 1 Co. 8.7. 1 Pe. 2.19;
	conscience, as an inward moral impression of one's
	actions and principles, Jno. 8.9. Ac. 23.1; 24.16.
	Ro. 9.1. 2 Co. 1.12, et al.; conscience, as the inward
	faculty of moral judgement,
	Ro. 2.15; 13.5. 1 Co. 8.7, 10, 12; 10.25, 27, 28, 29.
	2 Co. 4.2; 5.11, et al.;
	conscience, as the inward moral and spiritual frame,
	Tit. 1.15, He. 9.14.
Συνεῖδον,
    a. 2. συνοράω, part. συνιδών,
    to see under one range of view;
	to take a deliberate glance of a state of matters,
	Ac. 12.12; 14.6.
Συνειδώς,
    see σύνοιδα.
Σύνειμι, (σύν & εἰμί)
    f. έσομαι,
    to be with, be in company with, Lu. 9.18. Ac. 22.11.
Σύνειμι, (σύν & εἶμι)
    part. συνιών,
    to come together, assemble, Lu. 8.4.
Συνεισέρχομαι, (σύν & εἰσέρχομαι)
    a.2. συνεισῆλθον,
    to enter with any one, Jno. 18.15; to embark with, Jno. 6.22.
Συνέκδημος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & ἔκδημος, a traveller to foreign countries)
    one who accompanies another to foreign countries, fellow-traveller,
	Ac. 19.29. 2 Co. 8.19. L.G.
Συνεκλεκτός, ή, όν, (σύν & ἐκλεκτός)
    chosen along with others;
	elected to Gospel privileges along with,
	1 Pe. 5.13. N.T.
Συνελαύνω, (σύν & ἐλαύνω)
    f. ελάσω, a.1. συνήλᾰσα,
    pr. to drive together; to urge to meet; in N.T.,
	to urge to union, Ac. 7.26.
Συνεπιμαρτυρέω, ῶ, (σύν & ἐπιμαρτυρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to join in according attestation;
	to support by attestation, to confirm, sanction, He. 2.4.
Συνεπιτίθεμαι, (σύν & ἐπιτίθημι)
    to set upon along with, assail at the same time;
	to unite in impreaching, v.r. Ac. 24.9.
Συνέπομαι, (σύν & ἕπομαι, to follow)
    imperf. συνειπόμην,
    to follow with, attend, accompany, Ac. 20.4.
Συνεργέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to work together with, to co-operate, &c., 1 Co. 16.16. 2 Co. 6.1;
	to assist, afford aid to, Mar. 16.20;
	to be a motive principle, Ja. 2.22;
	absol. to conspire actively to a result, Ro. 8.28:
	from
Συνεργός, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, (σύν & ἔργον)
    a fellow-labourer, associate, coadjutor,
	Ro. 16.3, 9, 21. 2 Co. 1.24, et al.
Συνέρχομαι, (σύν & ἔρχομαι)
    a.2. συνῆλθον,
    to come together; to assemble, Mar. 3.20; 6.33; 14.53;
	to cohabit matrimonially, Mat. 1.13. 1 Co. 7.5;
	to go or come with any one, to accompany, Lu. 23.55. Ac. 9.39;
	to company with, associate with, Ac. 1.21, et al.
Συνεσθίω, (σύν & ἐσθίω)
    a.2. συνέφαγον,
    to eat with, 1 Co. 5.11;
	by impl. to associate with,
	live on familiar terms with, Lu. 15.2. Ga. 2.12.
Σύνεσις, εως, ἡ, (συνίημι)
    pr. a sending together, a junction, as of streams;
	met. understanding, intelligence, discernment,
	sagaciousness, Lu. 2.47. 1 Co. 1.19, et al.;
	meton. the understanding, intellect, mind, Mar. 12.33.
Συνετός, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    intelligent, discerning, sagacious, wise, prudent,
	Mat. 11.25. Lu. 20.21, et al.
Συνευδοκέω, ῶ, (σύν & εὐδοκέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to approve with another; to accord with in principle,
	Ro. 1.32; to stamp approval, Lu. 11.48. Ac. 8.1; 22.20;
	to be willing, agreeable, 1 Co. 7.12, 13.
Συνευωχέομαι, οῦμαι, (σύν & εὐωχέομαι, to feast, banquent)
    f. ήσομαι,
    to feast together with, 2 Pe. 2.13. Ju. 12.
Συνέφαγον,
    a. 2. of συνεσθίω: which see.
Συνεφίστημι, (σύν & ἐφίστημι)
    to set together upon;
	intrans. a.2. συνεπέστην, to assail together, Ac. 16.22.
Συνέχω, (σύν & ἔχω)
    f. έξω,
    pr. to hold together; to confine, shut up close;
	τὰ ὦτα, to stop the ears, Ac. 7.57;
	to confine, straiten, as a besieged city, Lu. 19.43;
	to hold, hold fast, have the custody of any one, Lu. 22.63;
	to hem in, urge, press upon Lu. 8.45;
	to exercise a constraining influence on, 2 Co. 5.14;
	pass. to be seized with, be affected with, as fear,
	disease, &c., Mat. 4.24. Lu. 4.38, et al.;
	to be in a state of mental constriction,
	to be hard pressed by urgency of circumstances,
	Lu. 12.50. Ac. 18.5. Phi. 1.23.
Συνήδομαι, (σύν & ἥδομαι, to be pleased, delighted)
    f. ησθήσομαι,
    to be pleased along with others; to congratulate;
	to delight in, approve cordially, Ro. 7.22.
Συνήθεια, ας, ἡ, (συνηθής, accustomed, familiar, customary,
	fr. σύν & ἦθος)
    intercourse; use, custom; an established custom, practice,
	Jno. 18.39. 1 Co. 11.16.
Συνηλικιώτης, ου, ὁ, (σύν & ἡλικιώτης, idem, fr. ἡλικία)
    one of the same age, an equal in age, Ga. 1.14. L.G.
Συνθάπτω, (σύν & θάπτω)
    f. ψω, a.2. pass. συνετάφην,
    to bury with; pass. in N.T., to be buried with Christ
	symbolically, Ro. 6.4. Col. 2.12.
Συνθλάω, ῶ, (σύν & θλάω, to break)
    f. άσω, f. pass. συνθλασθήσομαι,
    to crush together; to break in pieces, shatter,
	Mat. 21.44. Lu. 20.18.
Συνθλίβω, (σύν & θλίβω)
    f. ψω,
    to press together; to press upon, crowd, throng,
	Mar. 5.24, 31. (ῑ)
Συνθρύπτω, (σύν & θρύπτω)
    f. ψω,
    to crush to pieces;
	met. to break the heart of any one,
	to make to quail, Ac. 21.13. N.T.
Συνίημι, (σύν & ἵημι, to send)
    f. συνήσω, & ήσομαι, a.1. συνηκα, a.2. subj. συνῶ,
	and in N.T., pr. 3 pl. συνιοῦσι, part. συνιῶν & συνιών,
    pr. to send together; met. to understand, comprehend
	thoroughly, Mat. 13.51. Lu. 2.50; 18.34; 24.45;
	to perceive clearly, Mat. 16.12; 17.13. Ac. 7.25. Ro. 15.21. Eph. 5.17;
	absol. to be well judging, sensible, 2 Co. 10.12;
	to be spiritually intelligent, Mat. 13.13, 14, 15. Ac. 28.26, 27, et al.;
	to be religiously wise, Ro. 3.11.
Συνίστημι, and, later, συνιστάω, & συνιστάνω, (σύν & ἵστημι)
    f. στήσω,
    to place together; to recommend to favourable attention,
	Ro. 16.1. 2 Co. 3.1; 10.18, et al.;
	to place in a striking point of view, to evince,
	Ro. 3.5; 5.8. Ga. 2.18;
	intrans., p. συνέστηκα, part. συνεστώς,
	to stand beside, Lu. 9.32; to have been permanently framed,
	Col. 1.17; to possess consistence, 2 Pe. 3.5.
Συνοδεύω, (σύν & ὁδεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to journey or travel with, accompany on a journey, Ac. 9.7. L.G.
Συνοδία, ας, ἡ, (σύν & ὁδός)
    pr. a journeying together;
	meton. a company of fellow-travellers,
	caravan, Lu. 2.44. L.G.
Σύνοιδα,
    a perf. with the sense of a present, part. συνειδώς,
	to share in the knowledge of a thing;
	to be privy to, Ac. 5.2; to be conscious;
	οὐδεν σύνοιδα, to have a clear conscience, 1 Co. 4.4.
Συνοικέω, ῶ, (σύν & οἰκέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to dwell with; to live or cohabit with, 1 Pe. 3.7.
Συνοικοδομέω, ῶ, (σύν & οἰκοδομέω)
    to build in company with any one;
	pass. to be built in along with,
	form a constituent part of a structure, Ep. 2.22. L.G.
Συνομιλέω, ῶ, (σύν & ὁμιλέω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to be in company with; to talk or converse with,
	Ac. 10.27. N.T.
Συνομορέω, ῶ, (σύν & ὁμορέω, to border upon, fr. ὁμός & ὅρος)
    f. ήσω,
    to be contiguous, adjoin, Ac. 18.7. N.T.
Συνοχή, ῆς, ἡ, (συνέχω)
    pr. a being held together; compression; in N.T.,
	met. distress of mind, anxiety, Lu. 21.25. 2 Co. 2.4.
Συντάσσω, v. ττω, (σύν & τάσσω)
    f. ξω,
    pr. to arrange or place in order together;
	in N.T., to order, charge, direct, Mat. 26.19; 27.10.
Συντέλεια, ας, ἡ,
    a complete combination; a completion, consummation,
	end, Mat. 13.39, 40, 49; 24.3; 28.20. He. 9.26:
	from
Συντελέω, ῶ, (σύν & τελέω)
    f. έσω,
    pr. to bring to an end altogether; to finish, end, Mat. 7.28;
	to consummate, Ro. 9.28; to ratify a covenant, He. 8.8;
	pass. to be terminated, Lu. 4.2. Ac. 21.27;
	to be fully realised, Mar. 13.4.
Συντέμνω, (σύν & τέμνω)
    f. τεμῶ, p. τέτμηκα, p. pass. τέτμημαι,
    pr. to cut short, contract by cutting off;
	met. to execute speedily, or
	fr. the Heb., to determine, decide, decree, Ro. 9.28.
Συντηρέω, ῶ, (σύν & τηρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to keep safe and sound, Mat. 9.17. Lu. 5.38;
	to observe strictly, or, to secure from hard, protect, Mar. 6.20;
	to preserve in memory, keep carefully in mind, Lu. 2.19. L.G.
Συντίθημι, (σύν & τίθημι)
    to place together; mid., a.2. συνεθέμην, p. συντέθειμαι,
	to agree together, come to a mutual understanding,
	Jno. 9.22. Ac. 23.20;
	to bargain, to pledge one's self, Lu. 22.5;
	to second a statement, Ac. 24.9.
Συντόμως, (συντέμνω)
    adv. concisely, briefly, Ac. 24.4.
Συντρέχω, (σύν & τρέχω)
    a.2. συνέδρᾰμον,
    to run together, flock together, Mar. 6.33. Ac. 3.11;
	to run in company with other, met. 1 Pe. 4.4.
Συντρίβω, (σύν & τρίβω)
    f. ψω, p. pass. συντέτριμμαι, f. pass. συντρῐβήσομαι,
    to rub together; to shiver, Mar. 14.3. Re. 2.27;
	to break, break in pieces, Mar. 5.4. Jno. 19.36;
	to break down, crush, bruise, Mat. 12.20;
	met. to break the power of any one, deprive of strength,
	debilitate, Lu. 9.39. Ro. 16.20;
	pass. to be broken in heart, be contrite, Lu. 4.18: (ῑ)
	whence
Σύντριμμα, ατος, τό,
    a breaking, bruising; in N.T., destruction, ruin, Ro. 3.16.
Σύντροφος, ου, ὁ, (συντρέφω, to nurse,
	bring up together, σύν & τρέφω)
    nursed with another; one brought up or
	educated with another, Ac. 13.1.
Συντυγχάνω, (σύν & τυγχάνω)
    a.2. συνέτῠχον,
    to meet or fall in with; in N.T.,
	to get to, approach, Lu. 8.19.
Συνυποκρίνομαι, (σύν & ὑποκρίνομαι)
    a.1. συνυπεκρίθην,
    to dissemble, feign with, or in the same manner
	as another, Ga. 2.13. L.G.
Συνυπουργέω, ῶ, (σύν & ὑπουργέω, to render service, fr. ὑπό & ἔργον)
    f. ήσω,
    to aid along with another, help together, 2 Co. 1.11. L.G.
Συνωδίνω, (σύν & ὠδίνω, to be in birth-pangs)
    f. ινῶ,
    pr. to travail at the same time with;
	trop. to be altogether in throes, Ro. 8.22. (ῑ)
Συνωμοσία, ας, ἡ, (συνόμνυμι, to swear together, fr. σύν & ὄμνυμι)
    a banding by oath; a combination,
	conspiracy, Ac. 23.13.
Σύρος, ου, ὁ,
    a Syrian, Lu. 4.27.
Συροφοινικίσσα, v. Συροφοινίσσα, ης, ἡ,
    a Syrophenician woman, Phenicia being included in
	Syria, Mar. 7.26.
Σύρτις, εως, ἡ
    a shoal, sand-bank a place dangerous on account of
	shoals, two of which were particularly famous on the
	northern coast of Africa, one lying near Carthage,
	and the other, the syrtis major, lying between Cyrene
	and Leptis, which is probably referred to in Ac. 27.17:
	from
Σύρω,
    to draw, drag, Jno. 21.8. Re. 12.4;
	to force away, hale before magistrates, &c.
	Ac. 8.3; 14.19; 17.6. (ῡ)
Συσπαράσσω, v. ττω, (σύν & σπαράσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to tear to pieces; to convulse altogether, Lu. 9.42. N.T.
Σύσσημον, ου, τό, (σύν & σῆμα)
    a concerted signal, Mar. 14.44.
Σύσσωμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (σύν & σῶμα)
    united in same body;
	met. pl. joint members in a spiritual body,
	Ep. 3.6. N.T.
Συστασιάστης, ου, ὁ, (συστασιάζω, to join in a sedition with
	fr. σύν & στάσις)
    an accomplice in sedition, associate in insurrection,
	Mar. 15.7. L.G.
Συστατικός, ή, όν, (συνίστημι)
    commendatory, recommendatory, 2 Co. 3.1, bis. L.G.
Συσταυρόω, ῶ, (σύν & σταυρόω)
    f. ώσω, p. pass. συνεσταύρωμαι, a.1. συνεσταυρώθην,
    to crucify with another, Mat. 27.44. Mar. 15.32. Jno. 19.32;
	pass. met. to be crucified with another in a spiritual
	resemblance, Ro. 6.6. Ga. 2.20. N.T.
Συστέλλω, (σύν & στέλλω)
    f. ελῶ, a.1. συνέστειλα, p. pass. συνέσταλμαι,
    to draw together, contract, straiten; to enwrap;
	hence, i.q. περιστέλλω, to lay out, prepare for burial, Ac. 5.6;
	pass. to be shortened, or, to be environed with trials, 1 Co. 7.29.
Συστενάζω, (σύν & στενάζω)
    f. ξω,
    to groan altogether, Ro. 8.22.
Συστοιχέω, ῶ, (σύν & στοιχέω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to be in the same row with; met. to correspond to, Ga. 4.25.
Συστρατιώτης, ου, ὁ, (σύν & στρατιώτης)
    a fellow-soldier; met. a fellow-soldier, co-militant, in the service of Christ, Phi. 2.25. Phile. 2.
Συστρέφω, (σύν & στρέφω)
    f. ψω,
    to turn or roll together; to collect, gather, Ac. 28.3:
	whence
Συστροφή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a gathering, concourse, tumultuous assembly, Ac. 19.40;
	a combination, conspiracy Ac. 23.12, col. v.13.
Συσχηματιζω, (σύν & σχηματίζω, to form, fr. σχῆμα)
    to fashion in accordance with;
	mid. to conform or assimilate one's self to,
	met. Ro. 12.2. 1 Pe. 1.14.
Σφαγή, ῆς, ἡ, (σφάζω)
    slaughter, Ac. 8.32. Ro. 8.36. Ja. 5.5.
Σφάγιον, ου, τό,
    a victim slaughtered in sacrifice, Ac. 7.42:
	from
Σφάζω, v. Att. σφάττω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ἔσφαξα, a.2. pass. ἐσφάγην, p. pass. ἔσφαγμαι,
    to slaughter, kill, slay;
	pr. used of animals killed in sacrifice, &c., Re. 5.6, 9, 12; 13.8;
	of persons, &c., 1 Jno. 3.12. Re. 6.4, 9; 18.24;
	to wound mortally, Re. 13.3.
Σφόδρα, (pr. neut. pl. of σφοδρός, vehement, violent, strong)
    adv. much, greatly, exceedingly, Mat. 2.10; 17.6, et al.
Σφοδρῶς, (fr. same)
    adv. exceedingly, vehemently, Ac. 27.18.
Σφραγίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐσφράγισα, p. pass. ἐσφράγισμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐσφραγίσθην,
    to seal, stamp with a seal, Mat. 27.66;
	to seal up, to close up, conceal, Re. 10.4; 22.10;
	to set a mark upon, distinguish by a mark Re. 7.3, 8;
	to seal, to mark distinctively as invested with a certain
	character, Jno. 6.24; mid. to set one's own mark upon,
	seal as one's own, to impress with a mark of acceptance, 2 Co. 1.22;
	to obtain a quittance of, to deliver over safely to any one, Ro. 15.28;
	absol. to set to one's seal, to make a solemn declaration, Jno. 3.33:
	from
Σφρᾱγίς, ῖδος, ἡ,
    a seal, a signet ring, Re. 7.2;
	an inscription on a seal, motto, 2 Ti. 2.19;
	a seal, the impression of a seal, Re. 5.1, et al.;
	a seal, a distinctive mark, Re. 9.4;
	a seal, a token, proof, 1 Co. 9.2;
	a token of guarantee, Ro. 4.11.
Σφυρόν, οῦ, τό,
    the ankle; pl. τὰ σφυρά, the ankle bones, malleoli, Ac. 3.7.
Σχεδόν, (ἔχω, σχεῖν)
    adv. pr. near of place; hence, nearly, almost,
	Ac. 13.44; 19.26. He. 9.22.
Σχῆμα, ατος, τό, (fr. same)
    fashion form; fashion, external show, 1 Co. 7.31;
	guise, appearance, Phi. 2.8.
Σχίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἔσχισα, a.1. pass. ἐσχίσθη,
    to split, Mat. 27.51;
	to rend, tear asunder, Mat. 27.51. Lu. 5.36, et al.;
	mid. to open or unfold with a chasm, Mar. 1.10;
	pass. met. to be divided into parties or factions, Ac. 14.4; 23.7:
	whence
Σχισμα, ατος, τό,
    a rent, Mat. 9.16. Mar. 2.21;
	met. a division into parties, schism,
	Jno. 7.43; 9.16, et al.
Σχοινίον, ου, τό, (σχοῖνος, a rush)
    pr. a cord made of rushes;
	genr. a rope, cord, Jno. 2.15. Acc. 27.32.
Σχολάζω,
    f. άσω,
    to be unemployed, to be at leisure; to be at leisure for a thing,
	to devote one's self entirely to a thing, 1 Co. 7.5;
	to be unoccupied, empty, Mat. 12.44:
	from
Σχολή, ῆς, ἡ,
    freedom from occupation; later, ease, leisure;
	a school, Ac. 19.9.
Σώζω,
    f. σώσω, p. σέσωκα, a.1. ἔσωσα, a.1. pass. ἐσώθην,
	p. pass. σέσωσμαι,
    to save, rescue; to preserve safe and unharmed,
	Mat. 8.25; 10.22; 24.22; 27.40, 42, 49. 1 Ti. 2.15;
	σώζειν εἰς, to bring safely to, 2 Ti. 4.18;
	to cure, heal, restore to health,
	Mat. 9.21, 22. Mar. 5.23, 28, 34; 6.56, et al.;
	to save, preserve from being lost, Mat. 16.25. Mar. 3.4; 8.35;
	σώζειν ἀπό, to deliver from, set free from,
	Mat. 1.21. Jno. 12.27. Ac. 2.40; in N.T.,
	to rescue from unbelief, convert,
	Ro. 11.14. 1 Co. 1.21; 7.16;
	to bring within the pale of Christian privilege,
	Tit. 3.5. 1 Pe. 3.21;
	to save from final ruin, 1 Ti. 1.15;
	pass. to be brought within the Gospel pale,
	Ac. 2.47. Eph. 2.5, 8; to be in the way of salvation,
	1 Co. 15.2. 2 Co. 2.15.
Σῶμα, ατος, τό,
    the body of an animal; a living body,
	Mat. 5.29, 30; 6.22, 23, 25. Ja. 3.3;
	a person, individual, 1 Co. 6.16;
	a dead body, corpse, carcass, Mat. 14.12; 27.52, 58. He. 13.11;
	the human body considered as the seat and occasion of moral
	imperfection, as inducing to sin through its appetites and
	passions, Ro. 7.24; 8.13;
	genr. a body, a material substance,
	1 Co. 15.37, 38, 40; the substance,
	reality, as opp. to ἡ σκιὰ, Col. 2.17;
	in N.T., met. the aggregate body of believers,
	the body of the church, Ro. 12.5. Col. 1.18, et al.:
	whence
Σωματικός, ή, όν,
    bodily, of or belonging to the body, 1 Ti. 4.8;
	corporeal, material, Lu. 3.22:
	whence
Σωματικῶς,
    adv. bodily, in a bodily frame, Col. 2.9.
Σωρεύω, (σωρός, a heap)
    to heap or pile up, Ro. 12.20;
	met. pass. to be laden with sins, 2 Ti. 3.6.
Σωτήρ, ῆρος, ὁ, (σώζω)
    a saviour, preserver, deliverer, Lu. 1.47; 2.11. Ac. 5.31, et al.:
	whence
Σωτηρία, ας, ἡ,
    a saving, preservation, Ac. 27.34. He. 11.7;
	deliverance, Lu. 1.69, 71. Ac. 7.25;
	salvation, spiritual and eternal, Lu. 1.77; 19.9. Ac. 4.12. Re. 7.10;
	a being placed in a condition of salvation by an embracing
	of the Gospel, Ro. 10.1, 10. 2 Ti. 3.15;
	means or opportunity of salvation, Ac. 13.26. Ro. 11.11. He. 2.3, et al.;
	ἡ σωτηρία, the promised deliverance by the Messiah, Jno. 4.22.
Σωτήριος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (σωτήρ)
    imparting salvation, saving, Tit. 2.11;
	neut. τὸ σωτήριον, equivalent to σωτηρία,
	Lu. 2.30; 3.6. Ac. 28.28. Eph. 6.17.
Σωφρονέω, ῶ, (σώφρων)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐσωφρόνησα,
    to be of a sound mind, be in one's right mind, be sane,
	Mar. 5.15; to be calm, 2 Co. 5.13; to be sober-minded,
	sedate, staid, Tit. 2.6. 1 Pe. 4.7; to be of a modest,
	humble mind, Ro. 12.3.
Σωφρονίζω, (fr. same)
    f. ίσω,
    pr. to render any one σώφρων, to restore to a right mind;
	to make sober minded, to steady by exhortation and guidance,
	Tit. 2.4:
	whence
Σωφρονισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a rendering sound-minded; calm vigour of mind, Tit. 1.7.
Σωφρόνως, (σώφρων)
    adv. in the manner of a person in his right mind;
	soberly, staidly, temperately, 2 Ti. 2.12.
Σωφροσύνη, ης, ἡ,
    sanity, soundness of mind, a sane mind, Ac. 26.25;
	female modesty, 1 Ti. 2.9, 15:
	from
Σώφρων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, (σῶς, sound & φρήν)
    of a sound mind, sane; staid, temperate, discreet,
	1 Ti. 3.2. Tit. 1.8; 2.2; modest, chaste, Tit. 2.5.

Τ, τ, Ταῦ

Ταβέρνη, ης, ἡ, (Lat. taberna)
    a tavern, inn; Τρεῖς Ταβέρναι, the Three Taverns,
	the name of a small place on the Apprian road,
	according to Antoninus, 33 Roman miles from Rome,
	Ac. 28.15.
Ταβιθά, ἡ, (Aram. טביתא)
    i.q. Δορκάς, an antelope, Ac. 9.36, 40.
Τάγμα, ατος, τό, (τάσσω)
    pr. any thing placed in order; in N.T.,
	order of succession, 1 Co. 15.23.
Τακτός, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    pr. arranged; fixed, appointed, set, Ac. 12.21.
Ταλαιπωρέω, ῶ, (ταλαίπωρος)
    f. ήσω, p τεταλαιπώρηκα,
    to endure severe labour and hardship; to be harassed;
	to suffer compunction, Ja. 4.9.
Ταλαιπωρία, ας, ἡ,
    toil, difficulty, hardship; calamity, misery,
	distress, Ro. 3.16. Ja. 5.1:
	from
Ταλαίπωρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    pr. enduring severe effort and hardship; hence,
	wretched, miserable, afflicted, Ro. 7.24. Re. 3.17.
Ταλαντιαῖος, αία, αῖον,
    of a talent weight, weighing a talent, Re. 16.21:
	from
Τάλαντον, ου, τό, (ταλάω, to sustain)
    the scale of a balance; a talent,
	which as a weight was among the Jews equivalent
	to 3000 shekels, i.e. as usually estimated,
	114lbs. 15dwts. Troy, while the Attic talent,
	on the usual estimate, was only equal to
	56lbs. 11oz. troy; and as a denomination of money,
	it was equal among the former to 342£. 3s. 9d.,
	or if reckoned of gold, 5,475£., and among the
	latter to 198£. 15s., or 225£., or 243£. 15s.
	sterling, according to various estimates,
	Mat. 18.24; 25.15, 16, 20, 24, 25, 28.
Ταλιθά, (Aram. טליתא)
    talitha, i.q. κοράσιον, a damsel, maiden, Mar. 5.41.
Ταμεῖον, ου, τό, equivalent to ταμιεῖον,
	(ταμιεύω, to be ταμίας, manager, storekeeper)
    a storehouse, granary, barn, Lu. 12.24;
	a chamber, closet, place of retirement and privacy,
	Mat. 6.6; 24.26. Lu. 12.3.
Τανῦν,
    i.e. τά νῦν, q.v.
Τάξις, εως, ἡ, (τάσσω)
    order, regular disposition, arrangement;
	order, series, succession, Lu. 1.8;
	an order, distinctive class, as of priests, He. 5.6; 7.11;
	order, good order, 1 Co. 14.40;
	orderliness, well regulated conduct, Col. 2.5.
Ταπεινός, ή, όν,
    low in situation, of condition, humble, poor,
	mean, depressed, Lu. 1.52. 2 Co. 7.6. Ja. 1.9;
	met. of the mind, humble, lowly, modest,
	Mat. 11.29. Ro. 12.16, et al.
Ταπεινοφροσύνη, ης, ἡ,
    lowliness or humility of mind and deportment,
	modesty, Ac. 20.19. Ep. 4.2. Phi. 2.3, et al.: (N.T.)
	from
Ταπεινόφρων, (ταπεινός & φρήν)
    humble-minded, v.r., 1 Pe. 3.8. L.G.
Ταπεινόω, ῶ, (ταπεινός)
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐταπείνωσα,
    to bring low, depress, level, Lu. 3.5;
	met. to humble, abase, Phi. 2.8;
	mid. to descend to, or live in, a humble condition, 2 Co. 11.7; Phi. 4.12;
	to humble, depress the pride of any one, Mat. 18.4;
	mid. to humble one's self, exhibit humility and contrition, Ja. 4.10;
	to humble with respect to hopes and expectations,
	to depress with disappointment, 2 Co. 12.21:
	whence
Ταπείνωσις, εως, ἡ,
    depression; meanness, low estate, abject condition,
	Lu. 1.48. Ac. 8.33. Phi. 3.21. Ja. 1.10.
Ταράσσω, v. ττω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ἐτάραξα, p. pass. τετάραγμαι,
	a.1. pass. ἐταράχθην,
    to agitate, trouble, as water, Jno. 5.4, 7;
	met. to agitate, trouble the mind; with fear,
	to terrify, put in consternation, Mat. 2.3; 14.26;
	with grief, &c., to disquiet, affect with grief,
	anxiety, &c., Jno. 12.27; 13.21; with doubt, &c.,
	to unsettle, perplex, Ac. 15.24. Ga. 1.7, et al.;
	whence
Ταρᾰχή, ῆς, ἡ,
    agitation, troubling, of water, Jno. 5.4;
	met. commotion, tumult, Mat. 13.8.
Τάρᾰχος, ου, ὁ
    agitation, commotion;
	perturbation, consternation, terror, Ac. 12.18;
	excitement, tumult, public contention, Ac. 19.23.
Ταρσεύς, έως, ὁ,
    of, or a native of Τάρσος, Tarsus, the metropolis
	of Cilicia, Ac. 9.11; 21.39.
Ταρταρόω, ῶ,
	(Τάρταρος, Tartarus, which in the mythology
	of the ancients was that part of Hades where the wicked
	were confined and tormented)
    to cast or thrust down to Tartarus or Gehenna, 2 Pe. 2.4. N.T.
Τάσσω, v. ττω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ἔταξα, p. pass. τέταγμαι,
    to arrange; to set, appoint, in a certain station, Lu. 7.8. Ro. 13.1;
	to set, devote, to a pursuit, 1 Co. 16.15;
	to dispose, frame, for an object, Ac. 13.48;
	to arrange, appoint, place or time, Mat. 28.16. Ac. 28.23;
	to allot, assign, Ac. 22.10;
	to settle, decide. Ac. 15.2.
Ταῦρος, ου, ὁ,
    a bull, beeve, Mat. 22.4, et al.
Ταὐτά,
    by crasis for τὰ αὐτά, the same things, 1 Th. 2.14;
	κατὰ ταὐτά, after the same manner, thus, so Lu. 6.23, 26; 17.30.
Ταφή, ῆς, ἡ, (θάπτω)
    burial, the act of burying, sepulture, Mat. 27.7.
Τάφος, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a sepulchre, Mat. 23.27, 29; 27.61, 64, 66; 28.1;
	met. Ro. 3.13.
Τάχα, (ταχύς)
    adv. pr. quickly, soon; perhaps, possibly, Ro. 5.7. Phile. 15.
Ταχέως, (fr. same)
    adv. quickly, speedily; soon, shortly, 1 Co. 4.19. Ga. 1.6;
	hastily, Lu. 14.21; 16.6, et al.;
	with inconsiderate haste, 1 Ti. 5.22.
Ταχῐνος, ή, όν, (fr. same)
    swift, speedy, 2 Pe. 2.1;
	near at hand, impending, 2 Pe. 1.14.
Τάχιον, (pr. neut. of ταχίων, camparat. of ταχύς)
    adv. more swiftly, more quickly, more speedily, Jno. 20.4. He. 13.19;
	quickly, speedily, Jno. 13.27, et al.
Τάχιστα, (pr. neut. of the superlat. of ταχύς)
    adv. most quickly, most speedily, very quickly;
	ὡς τάχιστα, as soon as possible, Ac. 17.15.
Ταχος, εος, τό, (ταχύς)
    swiftness, speed, quickness, celerity; ἐν τάχει,
	with speed, quickly, speedily; soon, shortly, Lu. 18.8. Ac. 25.4;
	hastily, immediately, Ac. 12.7, et al.
Ταχύ,
    adv. quickly, speedily, hastily, Mat. 28.7, 8;
	soon, shortly, immediately, Mat. 5.25;
	suddently, Re. 2.5, 16; 3.11, et al.;
	easily, readily, Mar. 9.39; pr. neut. of
Ταχύς, εῖα, ύ,
    swift, fleet, quick; met. ready, prompt, Ja. 1.19.
Τε,
    a combinatory enclitic particle serving either as a
	lightly appending link, Ac. 1.15; and, Ac. 2.3;
	or as an inclusive prefix, Lu. 12.45;
	both, Lu. 24.20. Ac. 26.16, et al.
Τεῖχος, εος, τό,
    a wall of a city, Ac. 9.25, et al.
Τεκμήριον, ίου, τό, (τέκμαρ, a fixed mark)
    a sign, indubitable token, clear proof, Ac. 1.3.
Τεκνίον, ου, τό, (dimin. of τέκνον)
    a little child; τεκνία, an endearing compellation,
	my dear children, Jno. 13.33. Ga. 4.19.
	1 Jno 2.1, et al.
Τεκνογονέω, ῶ, (τέκνον & γίγνομαι)
    f. ήσω,
    to bear children; to rear a family, 1 Ti. 5.14; (L.G.)
	whence
Τεκνογονία, ας, ἡ,
    the bearing of children, the rearing of a family,
	1 Ti. 2.15. N.T.
Τέκνον, ου, τό, (τίκτω)
    a child, a son or daughter, Mat. 2.18. Lu. 1.7, et al.;
	pl. descendants, posterity, Mat. 3.9. Ac. 2.39;
	child, son, as a term of endearment, Mat. 9.2. Mar. 2.5; 10.24;
	pl. children, inhabitants, people, of a city, Mat. 23.37. Lu. 19.44;
	fr. the Heb., met. a child or son in virtue of discipleship,
	1 Co. 4.17. 1 Ti. 1.2. 2 Ti. 1.2. Tit. 1.4. Phile. 10. 3 Jno. 4;
	a child in virtue of gracious acceptance,
	Jno. 1.12; 11.52. Ro. 8.16, 21. 1 Jno. 3.1;
	a child in virtue of spiritual conformity,
	Jno. 8.39. Phi. 2.15. 1 Jno. 3.10;
	a child of, one characterised by, some condition or quality,
	Mat. 11.19. Eph. 2.3; 5.8. 1 Pe. 1.14. 2 Pe. 2.14.
Τεκνοτροφέω, ῶ, (τέκνον & τρέφω)
    f. ήσω,
    to rear a family, 1 Ti. 5.10.
Τέκτων, ονος, ὁ,
    an artizan; and spc. one who works in wood, a carpenter,
	Mat. 13.55. Mar. 6.3.
Τέλειος, εία, ειου, (τέλος)
    brought to completion; fully accomplished,
	fully developed, Ja. 1.4;
	fully realised, thorough, 1 Jno. 4.18;
	complete, entire, as opposed to what is partial and limited, 1 Co.. 13.10;
	full grown, of ripe age, 1 Co. 14.20. Eph. 4.13. He. 5.14;
	fully accomplished in Christian enlightenment,
	1 Co. 2.6. Phi. 3.15. Col. 1.28;
	perfect in some point of character, without shortcoming in
	respect of a certain standard,
	Mat. 5.48; 19.21. Col. 4.12. Ja. 1.4; 3.2;
	perfect, consummate, Ro. 12.2. Ja. 1.17, 25;
	comp. of higher excellence and efficiency, He. 9.11:
	whence
Τελειότης, τητος, ἡ,
    completeness, perfectness, Col. 3.14;
	ripeness of knowledge or practice, He. 6.1. L.G.
Τελειόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, p. τετελείωκα, a.1. ἐτελείωσα,
    to execute fully, discharge, Jno. 4.34; 5.36; 17.4;
	to reach the end of, run through, finish, Lu. 2.43. Ac. 20.24;
	to consummate, place in a condition of finality, He. 7.19;
	to perfect a person, advance a person
	to final completeness of character, He. 2.10; 5.9; 7.28;
	to perfect a person, advance a person to a completeness of its kink,
	which needs no further provision He. 9.9; 10.1, 14;
	pass. to receive fulfilment, Jno. 19.28;
	to be brought to the goal, to reach the end of one's
	course, Lu. 13.32. Phi. 3.12. He. 11.40; 12.23;
	to be fully developed, 2 Co. 12.9. Ja. 2.22. 1 Jno. 2.5 4.12, 17;
	to be completely organised, to be closely embodied, Jno. 17.23.
Τελείως,
    adv. perfectly, 1 Pe. 1.13.
Τελείωσις, εως, ἡ,
    a completing; a fulfilment, accomplishment of predictions,
	promises, &c. Lu. 1.45; finality of function, completeness
	of operation and effect, He. 7.11.
Τελειωτής, οῦ, ὁ,
    a finisher, one who completes and perfects a thing;
	one who brings through to final attainment,
	He. 12.2; cf ch. 2.10.
Τελεσφορέω, ῶ, (τελεσφόρος, fr. τέλος & φέρω)
    f. ήσω,
    to bring to maturity, as fruits, &c.; met. Lu. 8.14.
Τελευτάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, p. τετελεύτηκα, a.1. ἐτελεύτησα,
    to end, finish, complete;
	absol. to end one's life, to die, Mat. 2.19; 15.4; 22.25, et al.:
	from
Τελευτή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a finishing, end, hence, end of life, death, decease, Mat. 2.15:
	from
Τελέω, ῶ,
    f. έσω, p. τετέλεκα, a.1. ἐτέλεσα,
    to finish, complete, conclude, an operation,
	Mat. 11.1; 13.53; 19.1, et al.;
	to finish a circuit, Mat. 10.23;
	to fulfil, to carry out into full operation,
	Ro. 2.27; Ga. 5.16. Ja. 2.8; to pay dues,
	Mat. 17.24, et al.; pass. to be fulfilled, realised,
	Lu. 12.50; 18.31, et al; of time, to be ended,
	Re. 15.8; 20.3, 5, 7:
	from
Τέλος, εος, τό,
    an end attained, consummation; an end, closing act,
	Mat. 24.6, 14. 1 Co. 15.24, et al.;
	full performance, perfect discharge, Ro. 10.4;
	fulfilment, realisation, Lu. 22.37;
	final dealing, developed issue, Ja. 5.11;
	issue, final stage, 1 Co. 10.11;
	issue, result, Mat. 26.58. Ro. 6.21, 22. 1 Pe. 1.9;
	anti-typical issue, 2 Co. 3.13;
	practical issue, 1 Ti. 1.5;
	ultimate destiny, Phi. 3.19. He. 6.8. 1 Pe. 4.17;
	an impost, due, Mat. 17.25. Ro. 13.7;
	εἰς τέλος, to the full, 1 Th. 2.16;
	εἰς τέλος, continually, Lu. 18.5;
	εἰς τέλος, μέχρι, ἄχρι τέλους,
	throughout, Mat. 10.22. Mar. 13.13. Jno. 13.1.
	He. 3.6, 14; 6.11. Re. 2.26.
Τελώνης, ου, ὁ, (τέλος & ὠνέομαι)
    one who farms the public revenues;
	in N.T., a publican, collector of imposts,
	tax-gatherer, Mat. 5.46; 9.10, 11; 10.3, et al.:
	whence
Τελώνιον, ίου, τό,
    a custom-house, toll-house;
	collector's office, Mat. 9.9. Mar. 2.14.
	Lu. 5.27.
Τέρας, ᾰτος, τό,
    a prodigy, portent, Ac. 2.19;
	a signal act, wonder, miracle,
	Jno. 4.48. Ac. 2.43, et al.
Τεσσαράκοντα, οἱ, αἱ, τά, (τέσσαρες)
    forty, Mat. 4.2, et al.
Τεσσαρακονταετής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ, (preced. & ἔτος)
    of forty years, Ac. 7.23; 13.18.
Τέσσᾰρες, At. τέτταρες, ων, οἱ, αἱ,
	neut. τέσσαρα, At. τέτταρα, ων,
    four, Mat. 24.31. Mar. 2.3, et al.
Τεσσαρεσκαιδέκατος, η, ον, (τέσσαρες, καί, & δέκατος)
    the fourteenth, Ac. 27.27, 33.
Τεταρταῖος, αία, αῖον,
    on the forth day, Jno. 11.39:
	from
Τέταρτυς, η, ον, (τέσσαρες)
    fourth, Mat. 14.25, et al.
Τετράγωνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (τέσσαρες & γωνία
    four-angled, quadrangular, square, Re. 21.16.
Τετράδιον, ίου, τό, (dimin. of τετράς)
    a set of four, quaternion;
	a detachment of four men, Ac. 12.4. L.G.
Τετρακισχίλιοι, αι, α, (τετράκις, four times & χίλιοι)
    four thousand, Mat. 15.38, et al.
Τετρακόσιοι, αι, α,
    four hundred, Ac. 5.36, et al.
Τετράμηνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον, (τέσσαρες & μήν)
    of four months, four months in duration, Jno. 4.35.
Τετραπλόος, οῦς, όη, ῆ, όον, οῦν,(τετράς)
    quadruple, fourfold, Lu. 19,8.
Τετράπους, οδος, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ουν, (τέσσαρες& πούς)
    four-footed; pl. τὰ τετράποδα, sc. ζῶα,
	quadrupeds, Ac. 10.12; 11.6. Ro. 1.23.
Τετραρχέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to be tetrarch, rule as tetrarch,
	Lu. 3.11, ter.: (L.G.) from
Τετράρχης, ου, ὁ, (τετράς & ἄρχω)
    a tetrarch; pr. one of a sovereign body of four;
	in N.T., according to later usage, a provincial
	sovereign under the Roman emperor,
	Mat. 14.1. Lu. 3.19; 9.7. Ac. 13.1.
Τεφρόω, ῶ, (τέφρά, ashes)
    f. ώσω,
    to reduce to ashes, to consume, destroy, 2 Pe. 2.6.
Τέχνη, ης, ἡ,
    art, skill, Ac. 17.29; an art, trade, craft,
	Ac. 18.3. R. 18.22:
	whence
Τεχνίτης, ου, ὁ,
    an artisan, artificer, workman, mechanic,
	Ac. 19.24, 38. Re. 18.22;
	an architect, builder, He. 11.10. (ῑ).
Τήκω
    f. ξω,
    to dissolve, render liquid;
	pass. to be liquefied, melt, 2 Pe. 3.12.
Τηλαυγῶς, (τηλαυγής, widely resplendent, fr. τῆλε, afar, & αὐγή)
    clearly, plainly, distinctly, Mar. 8.25.
Τηλικοῦτος, αύτη, οῦτο, (τηλίκος, so great)
    so great, 2 Co. 1.10. He. 2.3. Ja. 3.4. Re. 16.18.
Τηρέω, ῶ, (τηρός)
    f. ήσω, p. τετήρηκα, a.1. ἐτήρησα,
    to keep watch upon, guard, Mat. 27.26, 54; 28.4. Ac. 12.6;
	to watch over protectively, guard, 1 Jno. 5.18. Re. 16.15;
	to mark attentively, to heed, Re. 1.3;
	to observe practically, keep strictly,
	Mat. 19.17; 23.3; 28.20. Mar. 7.9. Jno. 8.51, et al.;
	to perserve, shield, Jno. 17.15;
	to store up, reserve,
	Jno. 2.10; 12.7. 1 Pe. 1.4. 2 Pe. 2.4, 9, 17, et al.;
	to keep in custoday, Ac. 12.5; 16.23, et al.;
	to maintain, Eph. 4.3. 2 Ti. 4.7;
	to keep in a condition,
	Jno. 17.11, 12. 1 Co. 7.37. 2 Co. 11.9. 1 Ti. 5.22. Ja. 1.27:
	whence
Τήρησις, εως, ἡ,
    a keeping, custody; meton. a place of custody,
	prison, ward, Ac. 4.3; met. practical observance,
	strict performance, 1 Co. 7.19.
Τίθημι
    f. θήσω, a.1. ἔθηκα, p τέθεικα, a.2. ἔθην,
	a.2. mid. ἐθέμην, pass. a.1. ἐτέθην, p. τέθειμαι,
	plu. p. ἐτεθείμην,
    to place, set, lay, Mat. 5.15. Mar. 6.56. Lu. 6.48. et al.;
	to produce at table, Jno. 2.10;
	to deposit, lay, Mat. 27.60. Lu. 23.53, Ac. 3.2;
	to day down, Lu. 19.21, 22. Jno. 10.11, 15, 17, 18. 1 Jno. 3.16, et al.;
	to lay aside, put off, Jno. 13.4;
	to allocate, assign, Mat. 24.51. Lu. 12.46;
	to set, constitute, appoint, Jno. 15.16. Ac. 13.47. He. 1.2;
	to render, make, Mat. 22.44. Ro. 4.17. 1 Co. 9.18;
	mid. to put in custody, Mat. 14.3. Ac. 4.3;
	to reserve, Ac. 1.7;
	to commit as a matter of change, 2 Co. 5.19;
	to set, with design, in a certain arrangement or position,
	Ac. 20.28. 1 Co. 12.18, 28. 1 Th. 5.9. 1 Ti. 1.12;
	pass. 1 Ti. 2.7. 2 Ti. 1.11. 1 Pe. 2.8;
	τιθέναι τὰ γόνατα, to kneel down, Mar. 15.19. Lu. 22.41.
	Ac. 7.60; 9.40; 20.36; 21.5;
	τίθεσθαι ἐν τῇ καρδίᾳ, to lay to heart, ponder, Lu. 1.66; also,
	εἰς τὰς καρδίας, Lu. 21.14;
	τίθεσθαι ἐν τῇ καρδίᾳ, to design, resolve, Ac. 5.4; also,
	ἐν πνεύματι, Ac. 19.21; also,
	βουλήν, Ac. 27.12;
	τίθεσθαι εἰς τὰ ὦτα, to give attentive audience to,
	to listen to retentively, Lu. 9.44.
Τίκτω,
    f. τέξω, & τέξομαι, a.2. ἔτεκον, p. τέτοκα,
	a.1. pass. ἐτέχθην,
    to bear, bring forth children, Mat. 1.21, 23, et al.;
	trop. to bear, produce, as the earth, yield, He. 6.7;
	met. to give birth to, Ja. 1.15.
Τίλλω,
    f. τιλῶ,
    to pull, pluck off, Mat. 21.1. Mar. 2.23. Lu. 6.1.
Τῑμάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐτίμησα,
    to estimate in respect of worth;
	to hold in estimation, respect, honour, reverence,
	Mat. 15.4, 5, 8; 19.19. Mar. 7.10, et al.;
	to honour with reverent service, Jno. 5.23, quater; 8.49;
	to treat with honour, manifest consideration towards, Ac. 28.10;
	to treat graciouosly, visit with marks of favour, Jno. 12.26;
	mid. to price, Mat. 27.9:
	from
Τῑμή, ῆς, ἡ, (τίω)
    a pricing, estimate of worth; price, value,
	Mat. 27.9; price paid, Mat. 27.6;
	meton. a thing of price, and collectively, precious things,
	Re. 21.24, 26; preciousness, 1 Pe. 2.7;
	substantial value, real worth, Col. 2.23;
	careful regard, honour, state of honour, dignity, Ro. 9.21. He. 5.4;
	honour conferred, observance, veneration, Ro. 2.7, 10; 12.10;
	mark of favour and consideration, Ac. 28.10:
	whence
Τίμιος, α, ον
    precious, costly, of great price, 1 Co. 3.12. Re. 18.12;
	precious, dear, valuable, Ac. 20.24. 1 Pe. 1.7, 19;
	honoured, esteemed, respected, Ac. 5.34. He. 13.4:
	whence
Τιμιότης, τητος, ἡ
    preciousness, costliness;
	meton. precious things, valuable merchandise, Re. 18.19. N.T.
Τιμωρέω, ῶ, (τιμωρός, an aider, an avenger, fr. τιμή & αἴρω)
    f. ήσω, a.1. pass. ἐτιμωρήθην,
    to succour, to avenge, any one; in N.T.,
	to punish, Ac. 22.5; 26.11:
	whence
Τιμωρία, ας, ἡ,
    punishment, He. 10.29.
Τίνω,
    f. τίσω,
    to pay; to pay a penulty, incur punishment, 2 Th. 1.9.
Τις, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -τι, gen. τινός,
    indefinite pron., a certain one, some one, Mat. 12.47, et al.;
	pl. some, certain, several, Lu. 8.2. Ac. 9.19. 2 Pe. 3.16, et al.;
	one, a person, Mat. 12.29. Lu. 14.8. Jno. 6.50, et al.;
	combined with the name of an individual, one, Mar. 15.21, et al.;
	as it were, in a manner, a kind of, He. 10.27. Ja. 1.18;
	any whatever, Mat. 8.28. Lu. 11.36. Ro. 8.39, et al.;
	τις, somebody of consequence, Ac. 5.36;
	τι, something of consequence, Ga. 2.6; 6.3;
	τι, any thing at all, any thing worth account, 1 Co. 3.7; 10.19;
	τι, at all, Phi. 3.15. Phile. 18.
Τίς, τί, τίνος,
    interrogative pron. strictly of direct inquiry,
	who? what! Mat. 3.7; 5.13; 19.27; equivalent to πότερος,
	whether? which of two things? Mat. 9.5. Phi. 1.22:
	neut. τί, why? wherefore? Mat. 8.26; 9.11, 14;
	τί ὅτι, why is it that? Mar. 2.16. Jno. 14.22; neut.
	τί, what? as an emphatic interrogative, Ac. 26.8;
	τί, how very! v.r. Mat. 7.14;
	in indirect question, Mat. 10.11; 12.3, et al.
Τίτλος, ου, ὁ, (Lat. titulus)
    an inscribed scroll, superscription, Jno. 19.19, 20.
Τοιγαροῦν, (τοι, γάρ & οὖν)
    a doubly strengthened form of the particle τοι,
	well then, so then, wherefore, 1 Th. 4.8. He. 12.1.
Τοίνυν,
    a strengthening of the particle τοι,
	by the enclitic νυν, well then, therefore
	now, therefore, Lu. 20.25. 1 Co. 9.26, et al.
Τοιόσδε, τοιάδε, τοιόνδε,
    a more pointedly demonstrative form of τοῖος,
	such as this; such as follows, 2 Pe. 1.17.
Τοιοῦτος, τοιαύτη, τοιοῦτο & τοιοῦτον,
    a lengthened and more demonstrative form of τοῖος,
	such, such like, of this kind or sort, Mat. 18.5; 19.14;
	such, so great, Mat. 9.8. Mar. 6.2;
	ὁ τοιοῦτος, such a fellow, Ac. 22.22; also,
	the one alluded to, 1 Co. 1.5. 2 Co. 2.6, 7; 12.2, 3, 5.
Τοῖχος, ου, ὁ,
    a wall of a building, as distinct from a city wall
	or fortification (τεῖχος), Ac. 23.3.
Τόκος, ου, ὁ, (τίκτω)
    a brining forth; offspring; met. produce of money lent,
	interest, usury, Mat. 25.27. Lu. 19.23.
Τολμάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐτόλμησα,
    to assume resolution to do a thing,
	Mar. 15.43. Ro. 5.7. Phi. 1.14;
	to dare, Ac. 5.13; 7.32; to presume,
	Mat. 22.46. Mar. 12.34. Lu 20.40. Jno 21.12.
	Ro. 15.18. 2 Co. 10.12. Ju. 9;
	to have the face, 1 Co. 6.1;
	absol. to assume a bold bearing,
	2 Co. 10.2; 11.21.
Τολμηρότερος, α, ον, (compar. of τολμηρός, bold, fr. τολμάω)
    bolder neut. τολμηρότερον,
	as an adv. more boldly, with more confidence,
	more freely, Ro. 15.15.
Τολμητής, οῦ, ὁ, (τολμάω)
    one who is bold; in a bad sense, a presumptuous,
	audacious person, 2 Pe. 2.10.
Τομώτερος, α, ον,
	(compar. of τομος, cutting, sharp, keen, fr. τέμνω, to cut)
    keener, sharper, He. 4.10.
Τόξον, ου, τό,
    a bow, Re. 6.2.
Τοπάζιον, ου τό,
    a topaz, a gem of a yellowish colour,
	different from the modern topaz, Re. 21.20. L.G.
Τόπος, ου, ὁ,
    a place, locality, Mat. 12.43. Lu. 6.17, et al.;
	a limited spot or ground, Mat. 24.15; 27.33. Jno. 4.20. Ac. 6.13, et al.;
	a precise spot or situation, Mat. 28.6. Mar. 16.6. Lu. 14.9, et al.;
	a dwelling place, abode, mansion, dwelling, seat, Jno. 14.2, 3. Ac. 4.31.
	a place of ordinary deposit, Mat. 26.52;
	a place, passage in a book, Lu. 4.17;
	place occupied, room, space, Lu. 2.7; 14.9, 22;
	place, opportunity, Ac. 25.16. He. 12.17;
	place, condition, position, 1 Co. 14.16.
Τοσοῦτος, τοσαύτη, τοσοῦτο & τοσοῦτον,
    a lengthened and more demonstrative form of τόσος,
	so great, so much, Mat. 8.10; 15.33;
	so long, of time, Jno. 14.9;
	pl. so many, Mat. 15.33, et al.
Τότε,
    adv. of time, then, at that time, Mat. 2.17; 3.5; 11.20;
	then, thereupon, Mat. 12.29; 13.26; 25.31;
	ἀπὸ τότε, from that time, Mat. 4.17; 16.21;
	ὁ τότε, which then was, 2 Pe. 3.6.
Τοὐναντίον, (by crasis for τὸ ἐναντίον)
    that which is opposite; as an adv. on the contrary,
	on the other hand, 2 Co. 2.7. Ga. 2.7. 1 Pe. 3.9.
Τοὔνομα, (by crasis for τὸ ὄνομα)
    the name; in the acc. by name, Mat. 27.57.
Τουτέστι, (by crasis for τοῦτ᾿ ἔστι)
    that is, which signifies, which implies,
	Ac. 1.19; 19.4, et al.
Τράγος, ου, ὁ,
    a he-goat, He. 9.12, 13, 19; 10.4.
Τράπεζα, ης, ἡ, (τετράς, four, & πέζα, a foot)
    a table, an eating-table, Mat. 15.27. Mar. 7.28. He. 9.2;
	by impl. a meal, feast, Ro. 11.9. 1 Co. 10.21;
	a table or counter of a money-changer, Mat. 21.12;
	a bank, Lu. 19.23;
	by impl., pl. money matters, Ac. 6.2:
	whence
Τραπεζίτης, ου, ὁ,
    a money-charger, broker, banker, who exchanges or
	loans money for a premium, Mat. 25.27. (ῑ.)
Τραῦμα, ατος, τό, (τιτρώσκω)
    a wound, Lu. 10.34:
	whence
Τραυματίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐτραυμάτισα,
    to wound, Lu. 20.12. Ac. 19.16.
Τραχηλίζω,
    f. ίσω, p. pass. τετραχήλισμαι,
    pr. to gripe the neck; to bend the neck back so as
	to make bare or expose the throat, as in slaughtering
	animals, &c.; met. to lay bare the view, He. 4.13:
	from
Τράχηλος, ου, ὁ,
    the neck, Mat. 18.6, et al.;
	ἐπιθεῖναι ζυγὸν ἐπὶ τὸν τράχηλον,
	to put a yoke upon the neck of any one,
	met. to bind to a burdensome observance,
	Ac. 15.10; ὑποτιθέναι τὸν τράχηλον,
	to lay down one's neck under the axe of the executioner,
	to imperil one's life, Ro. 16.4.
Τρᾱχύς, εῖα, ύ,
    rough, rugged, uneven, Lu. 3.5;
	εἰς τραχεῖς τόπους, on a rocky shore, Ac. 27.29.
Τρεῖς, οἱ, αἱ, τά, τρία,
    three, Mat. 12.40, et al.
Τρέμω, (τρέω, idem)
    to tremble, be agitated from fear,
	Mar. 5.33. Lu. 8.47. Ac. 9.6;
	by impl. to fear, be afraid, 2 Pe. 2.10.
Τρέφω,
    f. θρέψω, a.1. ἔθρεψα, p. pass. τέθραμμαι,
    to thicken; to nourish; to feed,
	support, cherish, provide for, Mat. 6.26; 25.37, et al.;
	to bring up, rear, educate, Lu. 4.16;
	to gorge, to pamper, Ja. 5.5.
Τρέχω,
    f. θρέξομαι, & δραμοῦμαι, a.2. ἔδραμον,
    to run, Mat. 27.48; 28.8, et al.;
	to run a race, 1 Co. 9.24; met. 1 Co. 9.24, 26. He. 12.1;
	in N.T., to run a certain course of conduct, Ga. 5.7;
	to run a course of exertion, Ro. 9.16. Ga. 2.2. Phi. 2.16;
	to run, to progress freely, to advance rapidly, 2 Th. 3.1.
Τριάκοντα, οἱ, αἱ, τά, (τρεῖς)
    thirdy, Mat. 13.8, 23, et al.
Τριακόσιοι, αι, α, (τρεῖς)
    three hundred, Mar. 14.5. Jno. 12.5.
Τρίβολος, ου, ὁ, (τρεῖς & βέλος)
    pr. three-pronged;
	as subst. a caltrop; a plant, land-caltrop, a thorn,
	Mat. 7.16. He. 6.8.
Τρίβος, ου, ἡ, (τρίβω, to run, wear)
    a beaten track; a road, highway,
	Mat. 3.3. Mar. 1.3. Lu. 3.4.
Τριετία, ας, ἡ, (τρεῖς & ἔτος)
    the space of three years, Ac. 20.31.
Τρίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    a creak, to utter a creaking, stridulous, grating sound;
	to gnash, grind the teeth, Mar. 9.18.
Τρίμηνον, ου, τό, (τρεῖς & μήν)
    the space of three months, He. 11.23.
Τρίς, (τρεῖς)
    adv. three times, thrice, Mat. 26.34, 75, et al.;
	ἐπὶ τρίς, to the extent of thrice,
	as many as three times, Ac. 10.16; 11.10.
Τρίστεγον, ου, τό,
	(neut. of τρίστεγος, having three stories, fr. τρεῖς & στέγη)
    the third floor, third story, Ac. 20.9. L.G.
Τρισχίλιοι, αι, α, (τρεῖς & χίλιοι)
    three thousand, Ac. 2.41.
Τρίτος, η, ον, (τρεῖς)
    third, Mat. 20.3; 27.64; ἐκ τρίτου, the third time,
	for the third time, Mat. 26.44; τὸ τρίτον, sc. μέρος,
	the third part, Re. 8.7, 12; τρίτον & τὸ τρίτον,
	as an adv., the third time, for the third time,
	Mar. 14.41. Lu. 20.12, et al.
Τρίχῐνος, η, ον, (θρίξ, τριχός)
    of hair, made of hair, Re. 6.12.
Τρόμος, ου, ὁ, (τρέμω)
    pr. a trembling, quaking;
	trembling from fear, fear, terror, agitation of mind, Mar. 16.8;
	anxious diffidence, 1 Co. 2.3;
	reverence, veneration, awe, 2 Co. 7.15. Ep. 6.5. Phi. 2.12.
Τροπή, ῆς, ἡ, (τρέμω)
    a turning round; a turning back, change, mutation, Ja. 1.17.
Τρόπος, ου, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a turn; mode, manner, way, Jude 7;
	ὅν τρόπον, & καθ᾿ ὅν τρόπον,
	in which manner, as, even as, Mat. 23.37. Ac. 15.11, et al.;
	κατὰ μηδένα τρόπον, in no way, by no means, 2 Th. 2.3;
	ἐν παντὶ τρόπῳ, & παντὶ τρόπῳ, in every way, by every means, Phi. 1.18.
	2 Th. 3.16; turn of mind or action, habit, disposition, He. 13.5.
Τροποφορέω, ῶ, (τρόπος & φορέω)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐτροποφόρησα,
    bear with the disposition, manners, and conduct of any one,
	Ac. 13.18. L.G.
Τροφή, ῆς, ἡ, (τρέφω)
    nutriment, nourishment, food, Mat. 3.4, et al.;
	provision, victual, Mat. 24.45; sustenance, maintenance, Mat. 10.10;
	met. nutriment of the mind, He. 5.12, 14.
Τροφός, οῦ, ἡ, (fr. same)
    a nurse, 1 Th. 2.7.
Τροφοφορέω, ῶ, (τροφός & φορέω
    f. ήσω,
    to sustain, provide for, cherish, v.r. Ac. 13.18. S.
Τροχιά, ᾶς, ἡ,
    a wheel-track; a track, way, path, met. He. 12.13:
	from
Τροχός, οῦ, ὁ, (τρέχω)
    pr. a runner; any thing orbicular, a wheel;
	drift, course, with which signification the word
	is usually written τρόχος, Ja. 3.6.
Τρύβλιον, ίου, τό,
    a bowl, dish, Mat. 26.23. Mar. 14.20.
Τρυγάω, ῶ, (τρύγη, ripe fruits)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐτρύγησα,
    to harvest, gather, fruits, and spec. grapes,
	Lu. 6.44. Re. 14.18, 19.
Τρυγών, όνος, ἡ, (τρύζω, to murmer)
    a turtle-dove, Lu. 2.24.
Τρυμαλιά, ᾶς, ἡ, (τρύμη, fr. τρύω, to rub, wear)
    a hole, performation; eye of a needle,
	Mar. 10.25. Lu. 18.25.
Τρύπημα, ατος, τό, (τρυπάω, τρύπη, a hole, fr. τρύω)
    a hole; eye of a needle, Mat. 19.24.
Τρυφάω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐτρύφησα,
    to live delicately and luxuriously, Ja. 5.5:
	from
Τρυφή, ῆς, ἡ, (θρύπτω, to break small, to enfeeble, enervate)
    delicate living, luxury, Lu. 7.25. 2 Pe. 2.13.
Τρώγω,
    f. τρώξομαι, a.2. ἔτρᾰγον,
    pr. to crunch; to eat, Mat. 24.38;
	fr. the Heb. ἄρτον τρώγειν, to take food,
	partake of a meal, Jno. 13.18.
Τυγχάνω,
    f. τεύξομαι, p. τετύχηκα & τέτευχα, a.2. ἔτυχον,
    to hit an object;
	to attain to, to obtain, acquire, enjoy, Lu. 20.35. Ac. 24.3, et al.;
	intrans. to happen, fall out, change;
	part. τυχών, οῦσα, όν, common, ordinary, Ac. 19.11; 28.2;
	neut. τυχόν, as an adv., it may be, perchance, perhaps, 1 Co. 16.6;
	εἰ τύχοι, if it so happen, as the case may be, 1 Co. 14.10; 15.37;
	to be in a certain condition, Lu. 10.30.
Τυμπανίζω, (τύμπανον, a drum)
    f. ίσω, a.1. pass. ἐτυμπανίσθην,
    pr. to beat a drum; to drum upon;
	in N.T., to bastinade,
	beat to death with rods and clubs, He. 11.35.
Τύπος, ου, ὁ,
    pr. a blow; an impress; a print, mark,
	of a wound inflicted, Jno. 20.25;
	a delineation; an image, statue, Ac. 7.43;
	a formula, scheme, Ro. 6.17;
	form, purport, Ac. 23.25;
	a figure, counterpart, 1 Co. 10.6;
	an anticipative figure, type, Ro. 5.14. 1 Co. 10.11;
	a model, pattern, Ac. 7.44. He. 8.5;
	a moral pattern, Phi. 3.17. 1 Th. 1.7. 2 Th. 3.9. 1 Ti. 4.12. 1 Pe. 5.3.
Τύπτω,
    f. ψω, a.1. ἔτυψα,
    to beat, strike, smite, Mat. 24.49; 27.30, et al.;
	to beat the breast, as expressive of grief,
	or strong emotion, Lu. 18.13; 23.48; in N.T.,
	met. to wound or shock the conscience of any one, 1 Co. 8.12;
	fr. the Heb. to smite with evil, punish, Ac. 23.3.
Τυρβάζω, (τύρβη, tumult)
    f. άσω,
    to stir up, render turbid;
	to throw into a state of perturbation, disquiet;
	mid. to trouble one's self, be troubled, be disquieted, Lu. 10.41.
Τύριος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    a Tyrian, an inhabitant of Τύρος, Tyre, Ac. 12.20.
Τυφλός, ἡ, όν,
    blind, Mat. 9.27, 28; 11.5; 12.22;
	met. mentally blind, Mat. 15.14; 23.16, et al.:
	whence
Τυφλόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, p. τετύφλωκα,
    to blind, render blind;
	met. Jno. 12.40. 1 Jno. 2.11. 2 Co. 4.4.
Τυφόω, ῶ, (τῦφος, smoke, fr. τύφω)
    f. ώσω, p. pass. τετύφωμαι,
    to besmoke; met. to possess with the fumes of conceit;
	pass. to be demented with conceit, puffed up,
	1 Ti. 3.6; 6.4. 2 Ti. 3.4.
Τύφω,
    f. θύψω,
    to raise a smoke;
	pass. to emit smoke, smoke, smoulder, Mat. 12.20.
Τυφωνικός, ή, όν, (τυφῶν, typhon, a hurricane)
    stormy tempestuous, Ac. 27.14.
Τυχόν,
    see τυγχάνω.

Υ, υ, Υ ψῑλόν

Ὑακίνθινος, η, ον,
    hyacinthine, resembling the hyacinth in colour, Re. 9.17:
	from
Ὑάκινθος, ου, ἡ,
    a hyacinth, a gem resembling the colour of the hyacinth
	flower, Re. 21.20.
Ὑάλῐνος, η, ον,
    made of glass; glassy, translucent, Re. 4.6:
	from
Ὕᾰλος, ου, ἡ,
    a transparent stone, crystal, also, glass, Re. 21.18, 21.
Ὑβρίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ὕβρισα,
    to run riot;
	trans. to outrage, Mat. 22.6. Lu. 11.45, et al.:
	from
Ὕβρις, εως, ἡ,
    violent wantonness, insolence;
	contumelious treatment, outrage, 2 Co. 12.10;
	damage by sea, Ac. 27.10.
Ὕβριστής, οῦ, ὁ, (ὑβρίζω)
    an overbearing, wantonly violent person,
	Ro. 1.30. 1 Ti. 1.13.
Ὑγιαίνω,
    f. ανῶ,
    to be hale, sound, in health, Lu. 5.31; 7.10;
	to be safe and sound, Lu. 15.27;
	met. to be healthful or sound in faith,
	doctrine, &c., Tit. 1.13; 2.2;
	part. ὑγιαίνων, ουσα, ον, sound, pure, uncorrupted, 1 Ti. 1.10, et al.:
	from
Ὑγιής, έος, οὺς, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ές,
    hale, sound, in health, Mat. 12.13; 15.31, et al.;
	met. of doctrine, sound, pure, wholesome, Tit. 2.8.
Ὑγρός, ά, όν, (ὕω, to wet)
    pr. wet, moist, humid;
	used of a tree, full of sap, fresh, green, Lu. 23.31.
Ὑδρία, ας, ἡ, (ὕδωρ)
    a water-pot, pitcher, Jno. 2.6, 7;
	a bucket, pail, Jno. 4.28.
Ὑδροποτέω, ῶ, (ὐδροπότης, ὕδωρ & πίνω)
    to be a water-drinker, 1 Ti. 5.23.
Ὑδρωπικός, ή, όν, (ὕδρωψ, the dropsy, fr. ὕδωρ)
    dropsical, Lu. 14.2.
Ὕδωρ, ὕδατος, τό,
    water, Mat. 3.11, 16; 14.28, 29; 17.15. Jno. 5.3, 4, 7;
	the watery fluid of the pericardium, Jno. 19.34;
	ὕδωρ ζῶν, living water, fresh flowing water, Jno. 4.11;
	met. of spiritual refreshment, Jno. 4.10; 7.38.
Ὑετός, οῦ, ὁ, (ὕω, to rain)
    rain, Ac. 14.17, et al.
Υἱοθεσία, ας, ἡ, (υἱός & τίθημι)
    adoption, a placing in the condition of a son,
	Ro. 8.15, 23; 9.4. Ga. 4.5. Ep. 1.5. N.T.
Υἱός, οί, ὁ,
    a son, Mat. 1.21, 25; 7.9; 13.55, et al. freq.;
	a legitimate son, He. 12.8;
	a son artificially constituted, Ac. 7.21. He. 11.24;
	a descendant, Mat. 1.1, 20; Mar. 12.35, et al.:
	in N.T., the young of an animal, Mat. 21.5;
	a spiritual son in respect of conversion or discipleship, 1 Pe. 5.13;
	fr. Heb. a disciple, perhaps Mat. 12.27;
	a son as implying connexion in respect of membership,
	service, resemblance, manifestation, destiny, &c.,
	Mat. 8.12; 9.15; 13.38; 23.15. Mar. 2.19; 3.17.
	Lu. 5.34; 10.6; 16.8; 20.34, 36. Jno 17.12.
	Ac. 2.25; 4.36; 13.10. Eph. 2.2; 5.6. Col. 3.6.
	1 Th. 5.5. 2 Th. 2.3;
	υἱὸς θεοῦ, κ.τ.λ., son of God in respect of divinity,
	Mat. 4.3, 6, 14.33. Ro. 1.4, et al.; also,
	in respect of privilege and character,
	Mat. 5.9, 45. Lu. 6.35. Ro. 8.14, 19; 9.26. Ga. 3.26;
	ὁ υἱὸς τοῦ θεοῦ, κ.τ.λ., a title of the Messiah,
	Mat. 26.63. Mar. 3.11; 14.61. Jno. 1.34, 50; 20.31, et al.;
	υἱὸς ἀνθρώπου, a son of man, a man, Mar. 3.28. Eph. 3.5. He. 22.6;
	ὁ υἰὸς τοῦ ἀνθρώπου, a title of the Messiah, Mat. 8.20, et al. freq.;
	as also ὁ υἱὸς Δαβίδ, Mat. 12.23, et al.
Ὕλη, ης, ἡ,
    wood, a forest; in N.T., firewood, a mass of fuel, Ja. 3.5.
Ὑμέτερος, α, ον, possess. pron. (ὑμεῖς)
    your, yours, Lu. 6.20. Jno. 7.6; 15.20, et al.
Ὑμνέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἥμνησα,
    to hymn, praise, celebrate or worship with hymns, Ac. 16.25. He. 2.12;
	absol. to sing a hymn, Mat. 26.30. Mar. 14.26:
	from
Ὑμνος, ου, ὁ,
    a song; a hymn, song of praise to God, Ep. 5.19. Col. 3.16.
Ὑπάγω, (ὑπό & ἄγω)
    f. ξω,
    to lead or bring under; to lead or bring from under;
	to draw on or away; in N.T.,
	intrans. to go away, depart. Mat. 8.4, 13; 9.6;
	ὕπαγε ὀπίσω μου, get behind me! away! begone!
	Mat. 4.10; 16.23; to go, Mat. 5.41. Lu. 12.58, et al.;
	to depart life, Mat. 26.24.
Ὑπακοή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a hearkening to obedience, Ro. 5.19; 6.16. 1 Pe. 1.14;
	submissiveness, Ro. 16.19. 2 Co. 7.15;
	submission, Ro. 1.5; 15.18; 16.26. 2 Co. 10.5. He. 5.8. 1 Pe. 1.2, 22;
	compliance, Philem. 21: (S.)
	from
Ὑπακούω, (ὑπό & ἀκούω)
    f. ούσομαι,
    to give ear, hearken; to listen, Ac. 12.13;
	to obey, Mat. 8.27. Mar. 1.27, et al.; in N.T.,
	to render submissive acceptance, Ac. 6.7. Ro. 6.17. 2 Th. 1.8. He. 5.9;
	absol. to be submissive, Phi. 2.12.
Ὕπανδρος, ου, ἡ (ὑπό & & ἀνήρ)
    bound to a man, married, Ro. 7.2. L.G.
Ὑπαντάω, ῶ, (ὑπό & & ἀντάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to meet, Mat. 8.28. Lu. 8.27. Jno. 11.20, 30; 12.18:
	whence
Ὑπάντησις, εως, ἡ,
    a meeting, act of meeting, Jno. 12.13. L.G.
Ὕπαρξις, εως, ἡ,
    goods, possessed, substance, property, Ac. 2.45. He. 10.34: (L.G.)
	from
Ὑπάρχω, (ὑπό & & ἄρχω)
    f. ξω,
    to begin; to come into existence; to exist; to be subsist,
	Ac. 19.40; 28.18;
	to be in possession, to belong, Ac. 3.6; 4.37;
	part. neut. pl. τὰ ὑπάρχοντα, goods, possessions, property,
	Mat. 19.21. Lu. 8.3; to be, Lu. 7.25; 8.41, et al.
Ὑπείκω, (ὑπό & & εἴκω)
    to yield, give way; absol. to be submissive, He. 13.17.
Ὑπεναντίος, ία, ίον, (ὑπό & & ἐναντίος)
    over against; contrary, adverse;
	ὁ ὑπεναντίος, an opponent, adversary, He. 10.27;
	untoward, inimical, Col. 2.14.
Ὑπέρ,
    prep. with a genitive, above, over;
	met. in behalf of, Mat. 5.44. Mar. 9.40. Jno. 17.19, et al.;
	instead of beneficially, Philem. 13;
	in maintenance of, Ro. 15.8;
	for the furtherance of, Jno. 11.4. 2 Co. 1.6, 8, et al.;
	for the fulfilment of, Phi. 2.13;
	equivalent to περί, about, concerning, with the further signification
	of interest or concern in the subject,
	Ac. 5.41. Ro. 9.27. 2 Co. 5.12; 8.23. 2 Th. 2.1, et al.;
    with an acc., over, beyond; met. beyond, more than,
	Mat. 10.37. 2 Co. 1.8, et al.,
	used after comparative terms, Lu. 16.8. 2 Co. 12.13. He. 4.12;
    in N.T. as an adv., in a higher degree, in fuller measure,
	2 Co. 11.23.
Ὑπεραίρω, (ὑπέρ & αἴρω)
    to raise or lift up above or over; mid. to lift up one's self;
	met. to be over-elated, 2 Co. 12.7; to bear one's self arrogantly,
	to rear a haughty front, 2 Th. 2.4.
Ὑπέρακμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ὑπέρ & ἀκμή, a point, prime)
    past the bloom of life, 1 Co. 7.36. N.T.
Ὑπεράνω, (ὑπέρ & ἄνω)
    adv. above, over, far above; of place, Ep. 4.10. He. 9.5;
	of rank, dignity, &c. Ep. 1.21. L.G. (ᾱ)
Ὑπεραυξάνω, (ὑπέρ & αὐξάνω)
    f. ξήσω,
    to increase exceedingly, 2 Th. 1.3.
Ὑπερβαίνω, (ὑπέρ & βαίνω)
    f. βήσομαι,
    to overstep; to wrong, aggrieve, 1 Th. 4.6.
Ὑπερβαλλόντως,
    adv. exceedingly, above measure, 2 Co. 11.23:
	from
Ὑπερβάλλω, (ὑπέρ & βάλλω)
    f. βαλῶ,
    pr. to cast or throw over or beyond, to overshoot;
	met. to surpass, excel; part. ὑπερβάλλων, ουσα, ον,
	surpassing, 2 Co. 3.10; 9.14, et al.:
	whence
Ὑπερβολή, ῆς, ἡ,
    pr. a throwing beyond, an overshooting; extraordinary
	amount or character, transcendency, 2 Co. 12.7; 4.7;
	καθ' ὑπερβολήν, adverbially, exceedingly, extremely,
	Ro. 7.13. 2 Co. 1.8, et al.
Ὑπερεῖδον,
    a.2. of ὑπεροράω,
    to look over or above a thing; met. to overlook, disregard;
	to bear with, Ac. 17.30.
Ὑπερέκεινα, (ὑπέρ ἐκεῖνα)
    adv. beyond, 2 Co. 10.16. N.T.
Ὑπερεκπερισσοῦ, (ὑπέρ, ἐκ, περισσοῦ)
    in over-abundance; beyond all measure, superabundantly,
	Ep. 3.20. 1 Th. 3.10; 5.13. S.
Ὑπερεκτείνω, (ὑπέρ & ἐκτείνω)
    to over-extend, over-stretch, 2 Co. 10.14. L.G.
Ὑπερεκχύνω, (ὑπέρ & ἐκχύνω)
    to pour out above measure or in excess;
	pass. to run over, overflow, Lu. 6.38. L.G.
Ὑπερεντυγχάνω, (ὑπέρ & ἐντυγχάνω)
    to intercede for, Ro. 8.26. N.T.
Ὑπερέχω, (ὑπέρ & ἔχω)
    f. ξω,
    to hold above;
	intrans. to stand out above, to overtop;
	met. to surpass, excel, Phi. 2.3; 4.7;
	τὸ ὑπερέχον, excellence, preeminence, Phi. 3.8;
	to be higher, superior, Ro. 13.1. 1 Pe. 2.13.
Ὑπερηφανία, ας, ἡ,
    hughtiness, arrogance, Mar. 7.22:
	from
Ὑπερήφᾰνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ὑπέρ & φαίνω)
    pr. conspicuous above, supereminent;
	met. assuming, haughty, arrogant,
	Lu. 1.51. Ro. 1.30. 2 Ti. 3.2. Ja. 4.6. 1 Pe. 5.5.
Ὑπερλίαν, (ὑπέρ & λίαν)
    in the highest degree, preeminently, especially, superlatively,
	2 Co. 11.5; 12.11. N.T.
Ὑπέρνικάω, ῶ, (ὑπέρ & νικάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to overpower in victory;
	to be abundantly victorious, prevail mightily, Ro. 8.37. L.G.
Ὑπέρογκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ὑπέρ & ὄγκος)
    pr. over-swollen, overgrown;
	of language, swelling, pompous, boastful, 2 Pe. 2.18. Jude 16.
Ὑπεροχή, ῆς, ἡ (ὑπερέχω)
    prominence; met. excellence, rare quality, 1 Co. 2.1;
	eminent station, authority, 1 Ti. 2.2.
Ὑπερπερισσεύω, (ὑπέρ & περισσεύω)
    f. εύσω,
    to superabound; to abound still more, Ro. 5.20;
	mid. to be abundantly fulled, overflow, 2 Co. 7.4. N.T.
Ὑπερπερισσῶς, (ὑπέρ & περισσῶς)
    adv. superabundantly, most vehemently,
	above all measure, Mar. 7.37. N.T.
Ὑπερπλεονάζω, (ὑπέρ & πλεονάζω)
    f. άσω,
    to superabound, be in exceeding abundance,
	over-exceed, 1 Ti. 1.14. N.T.
Ὑπερυψόω, ῶ, (ὑπέρ & ὑψόω)
    f. ώσω,
    to exalt supremely, Phi. 2.9. S.
Ὑπερφρονέω, (ὑπέρ & φρονέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to overween, have lofty thoughts, be elated, Ro. 12.3.
Ὑπερῷον, ου, τό, (pr. neut. of ὑπερῷος, upper, fr. ὑπέρ)
    the upper part of a house, upper room, or chamber,
	Ac. 1.13; 9.37, 39; 20.8.
Ὑπέχω, (ὑπό & ἔχω)
    f. ὑφέξω,
    pr. to hold under; to render, undergo, suffer. Jude 7.
Ὑπήκοος, οῦ, ὁ, ἡ, (ὑπακούω)
    giving ear; obedient, submissive, Ac. 7.39. 2 Co. 2.9. Ph. 2.8.
Ὑπηρετέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ὑπηρέτησα,
    to subserve, Ac. 13.36; to relieve, supply, Ac. 20.34;
	to render kind offices, Ac. 24.23:
	from
Ὑπηρέτης, ου, ὁ, (ὑπό & ἐρέτης, a rower)
    pr. an under-rower, a rower, one of a ship's crew;
	a minister, attendant, servant; an attendant on a magistrate,
	a lictor, apparitor, officer, Mat. 5.25;
	an attendant or officer of the Sanhedrin, Mat. 26.58;
	an attendant, or servant of a synagogue, Lu. 4.20;
	a minister, attendant, assistant in any work,
	Lu. 1.2. Jno. 18.36, et al.
Ὕπνος, ου, ὁ,
    sleep, Mat. 1.24, et al.;
	met. spiritual sleep, religious slumber, Rο. 13.11.
Ὑπό,
    prep., with a genitive,
	pr. under: hence used to express influence, causation, agency; by,
	Mat. 1.22, et al. freq.; by the agency of, at the hands of,
	2 Co. 11.24. He. 12.3;
    with an accusative, under, with the idea of motion associated,
	Mat. 5.15, et al.; under, Jno. 1.49. 1 Co. 10.1;
	under subjection to, Ro. 6.14. 1 Ti. 6.1, et al.;
	of time, at about, Ac. 5.21.
Ὑποβάλλω, (ὑπό & βάλλω)
    f. βαλπῶ, a.2. ὑπέβαλον,
    to cast under; met. to suggest, instigate; to suborn, Ac. 6.11.
Ὑπογραμμός, οῦ, ὁ, (ὑπογράφω)
    pr. a copy to write after;
	met. an example for imitation, pattern, 1 Pe. 2.21. L.G.
Ὑπόδειγμα, ατος, τό,
    a token, intimation; an example,
	proposed for imitation or admonition,
	Jno. 13.15. He. 4.11. Ja. 5.10. 2 Pe. 2.6;
	a copy, He. 8.5; 9.23:
	from
Ὑποδείκνυμι, (ὑπό & δείκνυμι)
    to indicate, Ac. 20.35; to intimate, suggest,
	Mat. 3.7. Lu. 3.7; 6.47; 12.5. Ac. 9.16.
Ὑποδέχομαι, (ὑπό & δέχομαι)
    f. ξομαι, p. ὑπεδέδεγμαι,
    to give reception to; to receive as a guest,
	entertain, Lu. 10.38; 19.6. Ac. 17.7. Ja. 2.25.
Ὑποδέω, ῶ (ὑπό & δέω)
    f. ήσω, p. pass. ὑποδέδεμαι,
    to bind under; mid. to bind under one's self,
	put on one's own feet, Ac. 12.8; to shoe, Ep. 6.15;
	pass. to be shod, Mar. 6.9:
	whence
Ὑπόδημα, ατος, τό,
    any thing bound under; a sandal, Mat. 3.11; 10.10, et al.
Ὑπόδῐκος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ὑπό & δίκη)
    under a legal process; also, under a judicial sentence;
	under verdict to an opposed party in a suit, liable to penalty,
	convict, Ro. 3.19.
Ὑποζύγιον, ίου, τό,
	(pr. neut. of ὑποζύγιος), under a yoke, fr. ὑπό & ζυγόν)
    an animal subject to the yoke, a beast of draught or burden;
	in N.T., spc. an ass, Mat. 21.5. 2 Pe. 2.16.
Ὑποζώννυμι, (ὑπό & ζώννυμι)
    f. ζώσω,
    to gird under, of persons; to undergird a ship with cables,
	chains, &c. Ac. 27.17.
Ὑποκάτω, (ὑπό & κάτω)
    adv. under, beneath, underneath, Mar. 6.11; 7.28, et al.;
	met. He. 2.8. (ᾰ)
Ὑποκρίνομαι, (ὑπό & κρίνω)
    f. οῦμαι,
    to answer, respond; to act a part upon the stage; hence,
	to assume a counterfeit character; to pretend, feign, Lu. 20.20:
	whence
Ὑπόκρῐσις, εως, ἡ,
    a response, answer; histrionic personification, acting;
	hypocrisy, simulation, Mat. 23.28. Mar. 12.15, et al.
Ὑποκρῐτής, οῦ, ὁ,
    the giver of an answer or response; a stage-player, actor;
	in N.T., a moral or religious counterfeit, a hypocrite,
	Mat. 6.2, 5.16; 7.5, et al.
Ὑπολαμβάνω, (ὑπό & λαμβάνω)
    f. λήψομαι, a.2. ὑπέλαβον,
    to take up, by placing one's self underneath what is taken up;
	to catch away, withdraw, Ac. 1.9; to take up discourse by continuation;
	hence, to answer, Lu. 10.30;
	to take up a notion, to think, suppose, Lu. 7.43. Ac. 2.15.
Ὑπολείπω, (ὑπό & λείπω)
    f. ψω,
    to leave remaining, leave behind; pass. to be left surviving, Ro. 11.3.
Ὑπολήνιον, ου, τό, (ὑπό & ληνός)
    a vat, placed under the press, ληνός,
	to receive the juice, Mar. 12.1. S.
Ὑπολιμπάνω, (ὑπό & λιμπάνω, to leave)
    equivalent to ὑπολείπω, to leave behind, 1 Pe. 2.21.
Ὑπομένω, (ὑπό & μένω)
    f. νῶ,
    intrans. to remain or stay behind, when others have departed, Lu. 2.43;
	trans. to bear up under, endure, suffer patiently, 1 Co. 13.7. He. 10.32;
	absol. to continue firm, hold out, remain constant, persevere,
	Mat. 10.22; 24.13, et al.
Ὑπομιμνήσκω, (ὑπό & μιμνήσκω)
    f. ὑπομνήσω,
    to put in mind, remind, Jno. 14.26. Tit. 3.1. 2 Pe. 1.12. Jude 5;
	to suggest recollection of, remind others of, 2 Ti. 2.14. 3 Jno. 10;
	mid. ὑπομιμνήσκομαι, a.1. ὑπεμνήσθην,
	to call to mind, recollect, remember, Lu. 22.61:
	whence
Ὑπόμνησις, εως, ἡ,
    a putting in mind, act of reminding, 2 Pe. 1.13; 3.1;
	remembrance, recollection, 2 Ti. 1.5.
Ὑπομονή, ῃς, ἡ, (ὑπομένω)
    patient endurance, 2 Co. 12.12. Col. 1.11. et al.;
	patient awaiting, Lu. 21.19;
	a patient frame of mind, patience,
	Ro. 5.3, 4; 15.4, 5. Ja. 1.3, et al.;
	perseverance, Ro. 2.7;
	ἐν ὑπομονῇ & δι' ὑπομονῆς, constantly, perseveringly,
	Lu. 8.15. Ro. 8.25. He. 12.1;
	an enduring of affliction, &c., the act of suffering, undergoing, &c.,
	2 Co. 1.6; 6.4.
Ὑπονοέω, ῶ, (ὑπό & νοέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to suspect; to suppose, deem, Ac. 13.25; 25.18; 27.27:
	whence
Ὑπόνοια, ας, ἡ,
    suspicion, surmise, 1 Ti. 6.4.
Ὑποπλέω, (ὑπό & πλέω)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to sail under; to sail under the lee, or,
	to the south of, an island, &c., Ac. 27.4, 7. L.G.
Ὑποπνέω, (ὑπό & πνέω)
    f. εύσω,
    to blow gently, as the wind, Ac. 27.13. N.T.
Ὑποπόδιον, ίου, τό, (ὑπό & πούς)
    a footstool, Mat. 5.35. Ja. 2.3, et al. L.G.
Ὑπόστᾰσις, εως, ἡ (ὑφίσταμαι, to stand under, ὑπό & ἵστημι)
    pr. a being set under; a substructure, basis, bottom;
	subsistence, essence, He. 1.3;
	an assumption of a character, 2 Co. 11.17;
	a pledged assumption, vouching, 2 Co. 9.4;
	a professed engagement, profession, He. 3.14;
	an assured impression, a realising, He. 11.1.
Ὑποστέλλω, (ὑπό & στέλλω)
    f. στελῶ, a.1. ὑπέστειλα,
    pr. to let down, to stow away; to draw back, withdraw, Ga. 2.12;
	mid. to shrink back, quail, recoil, He. 10.38;
	to keep back, suppress, conceal, Ac. 20.20, 27:
	whence
Ὑποστολή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a shrinking back, He. 10.39. L.G.
Ὑποστρέφω, (ὑπό & στρέφω)
    f. ψω,
    to turn back, return,
	Mar. 14.40. Lu. 1.56; 2.39, 43, 45, et al.
Ὑποστρώννυμι, v. ννύω, (ὑπό & στρώννυμι)
    f. στρώσω,
    to strow under, spread underneath, Lu. 19.36.
Ὑποτᾰγή, ῆς, ή,
    subordination, 1 Ti. 3.4;
	submissiveness, 2 Co. 9.13. Ga. 2.5. 1 Ti. 2.11: (N.T.)
	from
Ὑποτάσσω, v. ττω, (ὑπό & τάσσω)
    f. ξω,
    to place or arrange under;
	to subordinate, 1 Co. 15.27;
	to bring under influence, Ro. 8.20;
	pass. to be subordinated, 1 Co. 14.32, et al.;
	to be brought under a state of influence, Ro. 8.20;
	mid. to submit one's self, render obedience,
	be submissive, Lu. 2.51; 10.17, et al.
Ὑποτίθημι, (ὑπό & τίθημι)
    f. ὑποθήσω,
    to place under; to lay down the neck beneath the sword
	of the executioner, to set on imminent risk, Ro. 16.4;
	mid. to suggest, recommend to attention, 1 Ti. 4.6.
Ὑποτρέχω, (ὑπό & τρέχω)
    a.2. ὑπέδρᾰμον,
    to run under;
	as a nautical term, to sail under the lee of, Ac. 27.16.
Ὑποτύπωσις, εως, ἡ, (ὑποτυπόω, to sketch, fr. ὑπό & τυπόω)
    a sketch, delineation; form, formula, 2 Ti. 1.13;
	a pattern, example, 1 Ti. 1.16.
Ὑποφέρω, (ὑπό & φέρω)
    a.1. ὑπήνεγκα, a.2. ὑπήνεγκον,
    to bear under; to bear up under, support, sustain, 1 Co. 10.13;
	to endure patiently, 1 Pe. 2.19; to undergo, 2 Ti. 3.11.
Ὑποχωρέω, ῶ, (ὑπό & χωρέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to withdraw, retire, Lu. 5.16; 9.10.
Ὑπωπιάζω,
	(ὑπώπιον, the part of the face below the eyes, fr. ὑπό & ὤψ)
    pr. to strike one upon the parts beneath the eye;
	to beat black and blue; hence, to discipline by hardship,
	coerce, 1 Co. 9.27;
	met. to weary by continual importunities, pester, Lu. 18.5.
Ὕς, ὑός, ὁ, ἡ,
    a hog, swine, boar or sow, 2 Pe. 2.22.
Ὕσσωπος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (Heb. אזוב)
    hyssop, hyssopus officinalis of Linn.,
	a low shrubby plant growing in the south of Europe and the East;
	a bunch of hyssop, He. 9.19; a hyssop stalk, Jno. 19.29. L. G.
Ὑστερέω, ῶ, (ὕστερος)
    f. ήσω, p. ὑστέρηκα, a.1. ὑστέρησα,
    to be behind in place or time, to be in the rear;
	to fall short of, be inferior to, 2 Co. 11.5; 12.11;
	to fail of, fail to attain, He. 4.1;
	to be in want of, lack, Lu. 22.35;
	to be wanting, Mar. 10.21;
	absol. to be defective, in default, Mat. 19.20. 1 Co. 12.24;
	to run short, Jno. 2.3;
	mid. to come short of a privilege or standard, to miss, Ro. 3.23;
	absol. to come short, below standard, 1 Co. 1.7;
	to come short of sufficiency, to be in need, want,
	Lu. 15.14. 2 Co. 11.8. Phi. 4.12. He. 11.37;
	to be a loser, suffer detriment, 1 Co. 8.8; in N.T.,
	ὑστερεῖν ἀπό, to be backwards with respect to,
	to slight, He. 12.15:
	whence
Ὕστέρημα, ατος, τό,
    a shortcoming, defect; personal shortcoming,
	1 Co. 16.17. Phi. 2.30. Col. 1.24. 1 Th. 3.10;
	want, need, poverty, penury,
	Lu. 21.4. 2 Co. 8.13, 14, et al. S.
Ὑστέρησις, εως, ἡ,
    want, need, Mar. 12.44. Phi. 4.11. N.T.
Ὕστερον
    adv. after, afterwards, Mat. 4.2; 22.27, et al.:
	pr. neut. of
Ὕστερος, α, ον,
    posterior in place or time; subsequent, 1 Ti. 4.1.
Ὑφαντός, ή, όν, (ὑφαίνω, to weave)
    woven, Jno. 19.23.
Ὑψηλός, ή, όν, (ὕψος)
    high, lofty, elevated, Mat. 4.8; 17.1; et al.
	τὰ ὑψηλά, the highest heaven, He. 1.3;
	upraised, Ac. 13.17;
	met. highly esteemed, Lu. 16.15;
	φρονεῖν τὰ ὑψηλά, to have lofty thoughts,
	be proud, overween, Ro. 12.16.
Ὑψηλοφρονέω, ῶ, (ὑψηλός & φρονέω)
    f. ήσω,
    to have lofy thoughts, be proud, overweening, haughty,
	Ro. 11.20. 1 Ti. 6.17. N.T.
Ὕψιστος, η, ον,
    highest, loftiest, most elevated; τὰ ὕψιστα,
	fr. the Heb. the highest heaven, Mat. 21.9. Mar. 11.10;
	met. ὀ ὕψιστος, the Most High, Mar. 5.7, et al.;
	superlat. formed from
Ὕψος, εος, τό,
    height, Ep. 3.18. Re. 21.16;
	met. exaltation, dignity, eminence, Ja. 1.9;
	fr. the Heb. the highest heaven, Lu. 1.78; 24.49. Ep. 4.8:
	whence
Ὑψόω, ῶ
    f. ώσω, a.1. ὕψωσα,
    to raise aloft, lift up, Jno. 3.14; 8.28;
	met. to elevate in condition, uplift, exalt,
	Mat. 11.23; 23.12. Lu. 1.52:
	whence
Ὕψωμα, ατος, τό,
    height, Ro. 8.39;
	a towering of self-conceit, presumption, 2 Co. 10.5. L.G.

Φ, φ, Φῖ

Φάγομαι,
    see ἐσθίω.
Φάγος, ου, ὁ,
    a glutton, Mat. 11.19. Lu. 7.34. N.T.
Φαιλόνης, v. φελόνης, ου, ἀ (by metath. for φαινόλης, Lat. penula)
    a thick cloak for travelling, with a hood, 2 Ti. 4.13.
Φαίνω,
    f. φανῶ, p. πέφαγκα, a.2. pass ἐφάνην,
    to cause to appear, bring to light;
	absol. to shine, Jno. 1.5; 5.35. 2 Pe. 1.19.
	1 Jno. 2.8. Re. 1.16; 8.12; 21.23;
	mid. or pass. to be seen, appear, be visible,
	Mat. 1.20; 2.7, 13, 19; 6.5, 16, 18;
	τὰ φαινόμενα, things visible, things obvious to the senses, He. 11.3;
	φαίνομαι, to appear, seem, be in appearance, Mat. 23.27. Lu. 24.11;
	to appear in thought, seem in idea, be a notion, Mar. 14.64. et al.:
	whence
Φανερός, ά, όν,
    apparent, conspicuous, manifest, clear, known, well-known,
	Mar. 4.22; 6.14. Ga. 5.10, et al.;
	ἐν φανερῷ, openly, Mat. 6.4, 6; also,
	in outward guise, externally, Ro. 2.28:
	whence
Φανερόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐφανέρωσα, p. pass. πεφανέρωμα,
    to make manifest, bring to light, disclose,
	show forth, make known, Mar. 4.22; 16.12, 14. Jno. 1.31, et al.
Φανερῶς,
    adv. manifestly; clearly, plainly, distinctly, Ac. 10.3;
	openly, publicly, Mar. 1.45. Jno. 7.10.
Φανέρωσις, εως, ἡ, (φανερόω)
    an evidencing, clear display, 2 Co. 4.2;
	an outward evidencing of a latent principle, active exhibition,
	1 Co. 12.7. N.T.
Φᾱνός, οῦ, ὁ, (φαίνω)
    a torch, lantern, light, Jno. 18.3.
Φαντάζω, (φαίνω)
    f. άσω,
    to render visible, cause to appear;
	pass. to appear, be seen;
	τὸ φανταζόμενον, the sight, spectacle, He. 12.21:
	whence
Φαντασία, ας, ἡ,
    pr. a rendering visible; a display;
	pomp, parade, Ac. 25.23.
Φάντασμα, ατος, τό, (φαντάζω)
    a phantom, spectre, Mat. 14.26. Mar. 6.49
Φάραγξ, αγγος, ἡ,
    a cleft, ravine, dell, Lu. 3.5.
Φαρισαῖος, ου, ὁ,
    a Pharisee, a follower of the sect of the Pharisees,
	a numerous and powerful sect of the Jews, distinguished
	for their ceremonial observances, and apparent sanctity
	of life, and for being rigid interpreters of the Mosaic law;
	but who not unfrequently violated its spirit by their
	tranditional interpretations and precepts, to which they
	ascribed nearly an equal authority with the O.T.
	Scriptures, Mat. 5.31, 20; 12.2; 23.14, et al.
Φαρμακεία, ας, ἡ (φάρμακον, a drug)
    employment of drugs for any purpose; sorcery, magic,
	enchantment, Ga. 5.20. Re. 9.21; 18.23.
Φαρμᾰκεύς, έως, ὁ, (fr. same)
    pr. one who deals in drugs; an enchanter, magician,
	sorcerer, Ac. 21.8.
Φαρμᾰκός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a sorcerer, Re. 21.8; 22.15.
Φάσις, εως, ἡ, (φημί)
    report, information, Ac. 21.31.
Φάσκω, equivalent to φημί,
    imperf. ἔφασκον,
    to assert, affirm, Ac. 24.9; 25.19. Ro. 1.22. Re. 2.2.
Φάτνη, ης, ἡ,
    a manger, crib, Lu. 2.7, 12, 16; 13.15.
Φαῦλος, η, ον,
    sorry, vile, refuse; evil, wicked,
	Jno. 3.20; 5.29. Tit. 2.8. Ja. 3.16.
Φέγγος, εος, τό,
    light, splendour, Mat. 24.29. Mar. 13.24. Lu. 11.33.
Φείδομαι,
    f. φείσομαι
    to spare, be thrifty of; to spare, be tender of, Ro. 8.32;
	to spare, in respect of hard dealing,
	Ac. 20.29. Ro. 11.21. 1 Co. 7.28.
	2 Co. 1.23; 13.2. 2 Pe. 2.4, 5;
	absol. to forbear, abstain, 2 Co. 12.6:
	whence
Φειδομένως,
    adv. sparingly, parsimoniously, 2 Co. 9.6, bis. L.G.
Φελόνης,
    see φαιλόνης.
Φέρω,
    f. οἴσω, a.1. ἤνεγκα, a.2. ἤνεγκον, a.1. pass. ἠνέχθην,
    to bear, carry, Mar. 2.3, et al.;
	to bring, Mat. 14.11, 18, et al.;
	to conduct, Mat. 17.17. Jno. 21.18, et al.;
	to bear, endure, Ro. 9.22. He. 12.20; 13.13;
	to uphold, maintain, conserve, He. 1.3;
	to bear, bring forth, produce, Mar. 4.8. Jno. 12.24; 15.2, et al.;
	to bring forward, advance, allege, Jno. 18.29. Ac. 25.7. 2 Pe. 2.11;
	to offer, ascribe, Re. 21.24, 26;
	absol, used of a gate, to lead, Ac. 12.10;
	pass. to be brought within reach, offered, 1 Pe. 1.13;
	to be brought in, to enter, He. 9.16;
	to be under a moving influence, to be moved, be instinct, 2 Pe. 1.21;
	mid. to rush, sweep, Ac. 2.2;
	to proceed, come forth, have utterance, 2 Pe. 1.17, 18, 21;
	to proceed, make progress, He. 6.1;
	used of a ship, to drive before the wind, Ac. 27.15, 17.
Φεύγω,
    f. ξομαι, a.2. ἔφῠγον,
    absol. to flee, take to flight, Mat. 2.13; 8.33, et al.;
	to shrink, stand fearfully aloof, 1 Co. 10.14;
	to make escape, Mat. 23.33; trans. to shun,
	1 Co. 6.18. 1 Ti. 6.11. 2 Ti. 2.22;
	to escape, He. 11.34.
Φήμη, ης, ἡ,
    pr. a celestial or oracular utterance;
	an utterance; fame, rumour, report, Mat. 9.26. Lu. 4.14:
	from
Φημί (φάω)
    f. φήσω, imperf. ἔφην
    to utter, tell forth; to say, speak, Mat. 8.8; 14.8; 26.34, 61;
	to say, allege, affirm, Ro. 3.8, et al.
Φθάνω,
    f. ήσομαι, & άσω, a.1. ἔφθασο, a.2. ἔφθην,
    to be beforehand with; to outstrip, precede, 1 Th. 4.15;
	absol. to advance, make progress, 2 Co. 10.14. Phi. 3.16;
	to come up with, come upon, be close at hand, Mat. 12.28. 1 Th. 2.16;
	to attain an object of pursuit, Ro. 9.31.
Φθαρτός, ή, όν, (φθείρω)
    corruptible, perishable, Ro. 1.23. 1 Co. 9.25, et al.
Φθέγγομαι,
    f. γξομαι, a.1. ἐφθεγξάμην,
    to emit a sound; to speak, Ac. 4.18. 2 Pe. 2.16, 18.
Φθείρω, (φθέω, idem)
    f. φθερῶ, p. ἔφθαρκα, a.1. ἔφθειρα, a. pass. ἐφθάρην,
    to spoil, ruin, 1 Co. 3.17. 2 Co. 7.2;
	to corrupt, morally deprave, 1 Co. 15.33. 2 Co. 11.3, et al.
Φθινοπωρῐνός, ή, όν,
	(φθινόπωρον, the latter part of automn, fr. φθίνω, to wane, & ὀπώρα)
    autumnal, sere, bare, Ju. 12.
Φθόγγος, ου, ὁ, (φθέγγομαι)
    a vocal sound, Ro. 10.18. 1 Co. 14.7.
Φθονέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐφθόνησα,
    to envy, Ga. 5.26:
	from
Φθόνος, ου, ὁ,
    to envy, jealousy, spite, Mat. 27.18. Mar. 15.10, et al.
Φθορά, ᾶς, ἡ, (φθείρω)
    corruption, decay, ruin; corruptibility, mortality, Ro. 8.21. 1 Co. 15.42;
	meton. corruptible, perishable substance, 1 Co. 15.50;
	killing, slaughter, 2 Pe. 2.12;
	spiritual ruin, Ga. 6.8. Col. 2.22;
	met. moral corruption, depravity, 2 Pe. 1.4; 2.12, 19.
Φιάλη, ης, ἡ,
    a bowl, shallow cup, patera, Re. 5.8; 15.7; 16.1-4, et al. (ᾰ).
Φιλάγᾰθος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φίλος & ἀγαθός)
    a lover of goodness, or, of the good,
	a fosterer of virtue, Tit. 1.8.
Φιλαδελφία, ας, ἡ,
    brotherly love; in N.T., love of the Christian brotherhood,
	Ro. 12.10. 1 Th. 4.9, et al.: (L.G.)
	from
Φιλάδελφος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φίλος & ἀδελφός)
    brother-loving; in N.T., loving the members of the Christian
	brotherhood, 1 Pe. 3.8.
Φίλανδρος, ου, ἡ, (φίλος & ἀνήρ)
    husbank-loving, conjugal, Tit. 2.4.
Φιλανθρωπία, ας, ἡ,
	(φιλάνθρωπος, loving mankind, humane, fr. φίλος & ἄνθρωπος)
    philanthropy, love of mankind, Tit. 3.4;
	benevolence, humanity, Ac. 28.2.
Φιλανθρώπως, (fr. same)
    adv. humanely, benevolently, kindly, Ac. 27.3.
Φιλαργυριά, ας, ἡ,
    love of money, conventousness, 1 Ti. 6.10:
	from
Φιλάργῠρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φίλος & ἄργυρος)
    money-loving, conventous, Lu. 16.14.
Φίλαυτος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φίλος & αὐτός)
    self-loving; selfish, 2 Ti. 3.2.
Φιλέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐφίλησα,
    pr. to manifest some act or token of kindness or affection;
	to kiss, Mat. 26.48. Mar. 14.44. Lu. 22.47;
	to love, regard with affection, have affection for, Mat. 10.37. Jno. 5.20;
	to like, be fond of, delight in a thing, Mat. 23.6. Re. 22.15;
	to cherish inordinately, set store by, Jno. 12.25;
	followed by an infin., to be wont, Mat. 6.5.
Φίλη, ης, ἡ, (φίλος)
    a female friend, Lu. 15.9.
Φιλήδονος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φίλος & ἡδονή)
    pleasure-loving; a lover of pleasure, 2 Ti. 3.4.
Φίλημα, ατος, τό, (φιλέω)
    a kiss, Lu. 7.45; 22.48. Ro. 16.16, et al.
Φιλία, ας, ἡ, (φίλος)
    affection, fondness, love, Ja. 4.4.
Φιλιππήσιος, ου, ὁ,
    Philippian, citizen of Φίλιπποι, Philippi, Ph. 4.15.
Φιλόθεος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φίλος & θεός)
    God-loving, pious; a lover of God, 2 Ti. 3.4.
Φιλονεικία, ας, ἡ,
    a love of contention; rivalry, contention, Lu. 22.24:
	from
Φιλόνεικος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φίλος & νεῖκος, contention)
    fond of contention; contentious, disputatious, 1 Co. 11.16.
Φιλοξενία, ας, ἡ,
    kindness to strangers, hospitality, Ro. 12.13. He. 12.2:
	from
Φιλόξενος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φίλος & ξένος)
    kind to strangers, hospitable, 1 Ti. 3.2. Tit. 1.8. 1 Pe. 4.9.
Φιλοπρωτεύω, (φίλος & πρωτεύω)
    to love or desire to be first or chief,
	affect preeminence, 3 Jno. 9. N.T.
Φίλος, ου, ὁ,
    loved, dear; as subst. a friend, Lu. 7.6; 11.5, 6, 8, et al.;
	a congenial associate, Mat. 11.19. Lu. 7.34. Ja. 4.4;
	used as a word of courteous compellation, Lu. 14.10
Φιλοσοφία, ας, ἡ
    pr. a love of science; systematic philosophy; in N.T.,
	the philosophy of the Jewish gnosis, Col. 2.8:
	from
Φιλόσοφος, ου, ὁ, (φίλος & σοφίας)
    pr. a lover of science;
	a systematic philosopher, Ac. 17.18.
Φιλόστοργος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φίλος & στοργή, natural affection)
    tenderly affectionate, Ro. 12.10.
Φιλότεκνος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φίλος & τέκνον)
    loving one's children, duly parental, Tit. 2.4.
Φιλοτιμέομαι, οῦμαι,
	(φιλότιμος, studious of honour or distinction, fr. φίλος & τιμή)
    f. ήσομαι,
    pr. to be ambitious of honour;
	by impl. to exert one's self to accomplish a thing,
	use one's utmost efforts, endeavour earnestly,
	Ro. 15.20. 2 Co. 5.9. 1 Th. 4.11.
Φιλοφρόνως,
    adv. with kindly feeling or manner, courteously, Ac. 28.7:
	from
Φιλόφρων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, (φίλος & φρήν)
    kindly-minded, benign, courteous, 1 Pe. 3.8.
Φῑμόω, ῶ, (φιμός, a muzzle)
    f. ώσω, a.1. ἐφίμωσα, p. pass. πεφίμωμαι, a.1. ἐφιμώθην,
    to muzzle, 1 Co. 9.9. 1 Ti. 5.18;
	met. & by impl. to silence, put to silence;
	pass. to be silent, speechless, Mat. 22.12, 34. Mar. 1.25, et al.;
	trop. pass. to be hushed, as winds and waves, Mar. 4.39.
Φλογίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to set a flame, kindle, inflame, Ja. 3.6, bis.:
	from
Φλόξ, φλογός, ἡ, (φλέγω, to burn, blaze)
    a flame, Lu. 16.24. Ac. 7.30, et al.
Φλυᾱρέω, ῶ
    f. ήσω,
    to talk folly; in N.T.,
	trans. to prate about or against any one, 3 Jno. 10:
	from
Φλύᾱρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φλύω, to boil over, bubble; met. to babble)
    a prater, tattler, 1 Ti. 5.13.
Φοβερός, ά, όν,
    fearful; terrible, He. 10.27, 31; 12.21:
	from
Φοβέω, ῶ (φόβος)
    f. ήσω,
    to terrify, frighten;
	mid. a.1. ἐφοβήθην, f. φοβνθήσομαι,
	to fear, dread, Mat. 10.26; 14.5, et. al.;
	to fear reverentially, to reverence,
	Mar. 6.20. Lu. 1.50. Ac. 10.2. Eph. 5.33. Re. 11.18, et al.;
	to be afraid to do a thing, Mat. 2.22. Mar. 9.32, et al.;
	to be reluctant, to scruple, Mat. 1.20;
	to fear, be apprehensive, Ac. 27.17. 2 Co. 11.3; 12.20;
	to be fearfully anxious, He. 4.1.
	absol. to be fearful, afraid, alarmed,
	Mat. 14.27; 17.6, 7. Mar. 16.8, et al.;
	to be fearfully impressed, Ro. 11.20:
	whence
Φόβητρον, ου, τό,
    something which inspires terror;
	terrific prodigy or portent, Lu. 21.11.
Φόβος, ου, ὁ, (φέβομαι, to be affrighted, to flee)
    fear, terror, affright, Mat. 14.26. Lu. 1.12;
	astonishment, amazement, Mat. 28.8. Mar. 4.41;
	trembling solicitude, 1 Co. 2.3. 2 Co. 7.15;
	meton. a terror, an object or cause of terror, Ro. 13.3;
	reverential fear, awe, Ac. 9.31. Ro. 3.18;
	respect, deference, Ro. 13.7. 1 Pe. 2.18.
Φοίνιξ, ῑκος, ὁ,
    the palm-tree, the date-palm, phœnix dactylifera
	of Linn., Jno. 12.13. Re. 7.9.
Φονεύς, έως, ὁ, (φόνος)
    a homicide, murderer, Mat. 22.7. Ac. 3.14, et al.
Φονεύω,
    f. εύσω, a.1. ἐφόνευσα,
    to put to death, kill, slay, Mat. 23.31, 35, et al.;
	absol. to commit murder, Mat. 5.21, et al.:
	from
Φόνος, ου, ὁ,
    a killing, slaughter, murder,
	Mat. 15.19. Mar. 7.21; 15.7, et al.
Φορέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω & έσω, a.1. ἐφόρεσα,
    to bear; to wear, Mat. 11.8. 1 Co. 15.49, et al.
Φόρον, ου, τό, (Lat. forum)
    a forum, market-place;
	Φόρον Ἀππίονυ Forum Appii, the name of a small town
	on the Appian way, according to Antoninus, 43 Roman
	miles from Rome, or about 40 English miles, Ac. 28.15.
Φόρος, ου, ὁ (φέρω)
    tribute, tax, strictly such as is laid on dependent
	and subject people, Lu. 20.22; 23.2. Ro. 13.6, 7.
Φορτίζω, (φόρτος, a load, φέρω)
    f. ίσω, p. pass. πεφόρτισμαι,
    to load, lade, burden; met. Mat. 11.28. Lu. 11.46.
Φορτίον, ου, τό,
    a load, burden, as of a ship, freight, cargo,
	v.r. Ac. 27.10; met. a burden of imposed precepts, &c.,
	Mat. 11.30; 23.4. Lu. 11.46, bis;
	of faults, sins, &c., Ga. 6.5:
	from
Φόρτος, ου, ὁ, (φέρω)
    a load, burden; freight, cargo, Ac. 27.10.
Φραγέλλιον, ίου, τό, (Lat. flagellum)
    a whip, scourge, Jno. 2.15: (N.T.)
	whence
Φραγελλόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω,
    to scourge, Mat. 27.26. Mar. 15.15. N.T.
Φραγμός, οῦ, ὁ, (φράσσω)
    a fence, hedge; a hedgeside path,
	Mat. 21.33. Mar. 12.1. Lu. 14.23;
	met. a parting fence, Ep. 2.14.
Φράζω,
    f. άσω, a.1. ἔφρασα,
    pr. to propound in distinct terms, to tell; in N.T.,
	to explain, interpret, expound, Mat. 13.36; 15.15.
Φράσσω, v. ττω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ἔφραξα,
    to fence in; by impl. to obstruct, stop, close up,
	He. 11.33; met. to silence, put to silence,
	Ro. 3.19; 2 Co. 11.10.
Φρέαρ, φρέᾱτος, τό,
    a well, cistern, Lu. 14.5. Jno. 4.11, 12;
	a pit, Re. 9.1, 2.
Φρεναπατάω, ῶ, (φρήν & ἀπατάω)
    f. ήσω,
    to deceive the mind; to deceive, impose on, Ga. 6.3: (N.T.)
	whence
Φρεναπάτης, ου, ὁ,
    a deceiver, seducer, Tit. 1.10. (ᾰ) N.T.
Φρήν, ενός, ἡ,
    pr. the diaphragm, midriff; the mind, intellect, 1 Co. 14.20, bis.
Φρίσσω, v. ττω,
    f. ξω, p. πέφρῑκα, a.1. ἔφριξα,
    to be ruffled, to bristle; to shudder from fear, Ja. 2.19.
Φρονέω, ὠ, (φρήν)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐφρόνηασ,
    to think, to mind; to be of opinion, Ac. 28.22. Phi. 1.7;
	to take thought, be considerate, Phi. 4.10;
	to entertain sentiments or inclinationns of a specific kind,
	to be minded, Ro. 12.16; 15.5. 1 Co. 13.11. 2 Co. 13.11.
	Ga. 5.10. Phi. 2.2, 3.16; 4.2;
	to be in a certain frame of mind, Ro. 12.3. Phi. 2.5;
	to ween, entertain conceit, 1 Co. 4.6;
	to heed, pay regard to, Ro. 16.4;
	to incline to, be set upon, mind,
	Mat. 16.23. Mar. 8.33. Ro. 8.5. Phi. 3.15, 19. Col. 3.2.:
	whence
Φρόνημα, ατος, τό,
    frame of thought, will, mind, Ro. 8.6, 7, 27.
Φρόνησις, εως, ἡ,
    a thoughtful frame, sense, rightmindedness, Lu. 1.17;
	intelligence, Ep. 1.8.
Φρόνῐμος, η, ον,
    considerate, thoughtful, prudent, discreet,
	Mat. 7.24; 10.16; 24.45, et al.;
	sagacious, wise,
	Ro. 11.25; 12.16. 1 Co. 4.10; 10.15. 2 Co. 11.19:
	whence
Φρονίμως,
    adv. considerately, providently, Lu. 16.8.
Φροντίζω, (φροντίς, throught, care, fr. φρονέω)
    f. ίσω, p. πεφρόντικα, a.1. ἐφρόντισα,
    to be considerate, be careful, Tit. 3.8.
Φρουρέω, ῶ, (φρουρός, a watcher, guard)
    f. ήσω,
    to keep watch; trans. to guard, watch,
	with a military guard, 2 Co. 11.32;
	to keep in a condition of restraint, Ga. 3.23;
	to keep in a state of settlement or security, Phi. 4.7. 1 Pe. 1.5.
Φρυάσσω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ἐφρύαξα, in classical usage φρυάσσομαι,
    pr. to snort, neigh, stamp, &c. as a high-spirited horse;
	hence, to be noicy, fierce, insolent, and tumultuous,
	to rage, tumultuate, Ac. 4.25. S.
Φρύγᾰνον, ου, τό, (φρύγω, v. φρύσσω, to parch)
    a dry twig, branch, &c., faggot, Ac. 28.3.
Φυγή, ῆς, ἡ, (φεύγω)
    a fleeing, flight, Mat. 24.20. Mar. 13.18.
Φυλᾰκή, ῆς, ἡ, (φυλάσσω)
    a keeping watch, ward, guard, Lu. 2.8;
	a place of watch, haunt, Re. 18.2; a watch, guard,
	body of guards, Ac. 12.10;
	ward, custody, imprisonment, 2 Co. 6.5; 11.23. He. 11.36;
	durance, 1 Pe. 3.19;
	a place of custody, prison, Mat. 14.10; 25.39, 44;
	a watch or division of the night, which in the time of
	our Saviour was divided into four watches of three hours
	each, called ἐψώ, μεσονύκτιον, ἀλεκτοροφωνιά, & πρωΐα, v.
	προτΐ, Mat. 14.25; 24.43. Mar. 6.48. Lu. 12.38, bis:
	whence
Φυλακίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to deliver into custody, put in prison, imprison, Ac. 22.19. S.
Φυλακτήριον, ίου, τό, (φυλάσσω)
    the station of a guard or watch; a preservation, safeguard;
	hence, a phylactery or amulet, worn about the person;
	from which circumstances the word is used in the N.T.
	as a term for the Jewish Tephillian or prayer-fillets,
	which took their rise from the injunction,
	Deut. 6.8; 11.18. Mat. 23.5.
Φύλαξ, ᾰκος, ὁ
    a watchman, guard, sentinel, Ac. 5.23; 12.6, 19:
	from
Φυλάσσω, v. ττω,
    f. ξω, a.1. ἐφύλαξα,
    to be on watch, keep watch, Lu. 2.8;
	to have in keeping, Ac. 22.20;
	to have in custody, Ac. 28.16;
	to keep under restraint, confine, Lu. 8.29. Ac. 12.4; 23.35;
	to guard, defend, Lu. 11.21;
	to keep safe, preserve, Jno. 12.25; 17.12. 2 Th. 3.3. 2 Pe. 2.5. Jude 24;
	to keep in abstinence, debar, Ac. 21.25. 1 Jno. 5.21;
	to observe a matter of injunction or duty,
	Mat. 19.20. Mar. 10.20. Lu. 11.28; 18.21. Ac. 7.53; 16.4; 21.24, et al.;
	mid. to be on one's guard, beware, Lu. 12.15. 2 Ti. 4.15, 2 Pe. 3.17.
Φυλή, ῆς, ἡ, (φύω)
    a tribe, Mat. 19.28; 24.30. Lu. 2.36;
	a people, nation, Re. 1.7; 5.9, et al.
Φύλλον, ου, τό,
    a leaf, Mat. 21.19, et al.
Φύρᾱμα, ατος, τό, (φυράω, to mix, mingle by kneading, &c.)
    that which is mingled and reduced to a uniform consistence
	by kneading, beating, treading, &c.; a mass of potter's
	clay, Ro. 9.21; of dough, 1 Co. 5.6. Ga. 5.9;
	met. Ro. 11.16. 1 Co. 5.7.
Φυσικός, ή, όν, (φύσις)
    natural, agreeable to nature, Ro. 1.26, 27;
	following the instinct of nature, as animals, 2 Pe. 2.12:
	whence
Φυσικῶς,
    adv. naturally, by natural instinct, Jude 10.
Φῡσιόω, ῶ,
    f. ώσω, p. pass. πεφυσίωμαι,
    used in N.T. as an equivalent to φυσάω,
	to inflate, puff up;
	met. to inflate with pride and vanity, 1 Co. 8.1;
	pass. to be inflated with pride, to be proud, vain, arrogant,
	1 Co. 4.6, 19; 5.2; 8.1; 13.4, et al.
Φύσις, εως, ἡ, (φύω)
    essence, Ga. 4.8; native condition, birth,
	Ro. 2.27; 11.21, 24. Ga. 2.15. Eph. 2.3;
	native species, kind, Ja. 3.7;
	nature, natural frame, 2 Pe. 1.4;
	nature, native instinct, Ro. 2.14; 1 Co. 11.14;
	nature, prescribed course of nature, Ro. 1.26.
Φυσίωσις, εως, ἡ, (φυσιόω)
    pr. inflation;
	met. elation of mind, pride, 2 Co. 12.20. N.T.
Φυτεία, ας, ἡ,
    plantation, the act of planting;
	a plant, met. Mat. 15.13:
	from
Φυτεύω, (φυτόν, a plant, fr. φύω)
    f. εύσω, a.l. ἐφύτευσα,
    to plant, set Mat. 21.33. Lu. 13.6, et al.;
	met. Mat. 15.13; to plant the Gospel, 1 Co. 3.6-8.
Φύω,
    f. φύσω, p. πέφῡκα, a.2. pass. ἐφύην,
    to generate, produce;
	pass. to be generated, produced;
	of plants, to germinate, sprout, Lu. 8.6;
	intrans. to germinate, spring or grow up, He. 12.15.
Φωλεός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a den, lair, burrow, Mat. 8.20. Lu. 9.58.
Φωνέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐφώνησα,
    to sound, utter a sound; of the cock, to crow, Mat. 26.34, 74, 75;
	to call, or cry out, exclaim, Lu. 8.8, 54; 16.24; 23.46;
	to call to, Mat. 27.47. Mar. 3.31, et al.;
	to call, entitle, Jno. 13.13;
	to call, summon, Mat. 20.32, et al.;
	to invite to a feast, Lu. 14.12:
	from
Φωνή, ῆς, ἡ,
    a sound, Mat. 24.31. Jno. 3.8. Re. 4.5; 8.5;
	a cry, Mat. 2.18;
	an articulate sound, voice, Mat. 3.3, 17; 17.5; 27.46, 50;
	voice, speech, discourse, Jno. 10.16, 27. Ac. 7.31; 12.22; 13.27. He. 3.7, 15;
	tone of address, Ga. 4.20; language, tongue, dialect, 1 Co. 14.10.
Φῶς, φωτός, τό, (contr. for φάος)
    light, Mat. 17.2. 2 Co. 4.6;
	daylight, broad day, Mat. 10.27. Lu. 12.3; r
	adiance, blaze of light, Mat. 4.16. Ac. 9.3; 12.7, et al.;
	an instrument or means of light, a light, Mat. 6.23. Ac. 16.29;
	a fire, Mar. 14.54. Lu. 22.56;
	fr. Heb., the light of God's presence, 2 Co. 11.14. 1 Ti. 6.16;
	met. the light of divine truth, spiritual illumination,
	Lu. 16.8. Jno. 3.19. Ro. 13.12. Eph. 5.8. 1 Pe. 2.9.
	1 Jno. 1.7; 2.8, 9, 10, et al.;
	a source or dispenser of spiritual light,
	Mat. 5.14. Jno. 1.4, 5, 7, 8, 9; 8.12; 9.5, et al.;
	pure radiance, perfect brightness, 1 Jno. 1.5:
	whence
Φωστήρ, ῆρος, ὁ,
    a cause of light, illuminator; a light, luminary, Phil. 2.15;
	radiance, or, luminary, Re. 21.11.
Φωσφόρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (φῶς & φέρω)
    light-bringing; sc. ἀστήρ, Lucifer, the morning star,
	met. 2 Pe. 1.19.
Φωτεινός, ή, όν, (φῶς)
    radiant, lustrous, Mat. 17.5;
	enlightened, illuminated, Mat. 6.22. Lu. 11.34, 36, bis.
Φωτίζω, (fr. same)
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐφώτισα,
    to light, give light to, illuminate, shine upon, Lu. 11.36. Re. 18.1;
	met. to enlighten spiritually, Jno. 1.9. Ep. 1.18; 3.9; He. 6.4; 10.32;
	to reveal, to bring to light, make known, 1 Co. 4.5. 2 Ti. 1.10:
	whence
Φωτισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    illumination; a shining forth, effulgence, 2 Co. 4.4, 6. S.

Χ, χ, Χῖ

Χαίρω,
    f. χαιρήσω, & , later, χαρήσομαι, a.2. ἐχάρην,
    to rejoice, be glad, be joyful, be full of joy,
	Mat. 2.10; 5.12; 18.13. Mar. 14.11. Ro. 12.12. 2 Co. 2.3;
	imperat. χαῖρε, χαίρετε, a term of salutation, hail,
	Mat. 26.49; λέγω χαίρέιν, to greet, 2 Jno. 10.11;
	infin. χαίρειν, an epistolary formula, health, Ac. 15.23.
Χάλαζα, ας, ἡ,
    hail, Re. 8.7; 11.19; 16.21, bis:
	from
Χαλάω, ῶ,
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐχάλᾰσα,
    to slacken; to let down, lower, Mar. 2.4. Lu. 5.4, et al.
Χαλεπός, ή, όν,
    hard, rugged; furious, ferocious, Mat. 8.28;
	trying, 2 Ti. 3.1.
Χαλῑναγωγέω, ῶ, (χαλινός & ἄγω)
    f. ήσω,
    pr. to guide with a bridle;
	met. to bridle, control, sway, Ja. 1.26; 3.2. L.G.
Χαλῑνός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a bridle, bit, curb, Ja. 3.3.
Χάλκεος, έα & έη, εον, contr. οῦς, ῆ, οῦν, (χαλκός)
    brazen, Re. 9.20.
Χαλκευς, έως, ὁ, (fr. same)
    pr. a coppersmith; hence
	genr. a worker in metals, smith, 2 Ti. 4.14.
Χαλκηδών, όνος, ὁ,
    chalcedony, the name of a gem, generally of a whitish,
	blush or grey colour, susceptible of a high and beautiful
	polish, and of which there are serveral varieties, as
	the onyx, modern carnelian, &c. Re. 21.19.
Χαλκίον, ου, τό, (χαλκός)
    a vessel, copper, brazen utensil, Mar. 7.4.
Χαλκολίβανον, ου, ὁ,
    orichalcum, fine bronze, a factitious metal of which
	there were several varieties, the white being of the
	highest repute or, deep-tinted frankinsense,
	Re. 1.15; 2.18. N.T.
Χαλκός, οῦ, ὁ,
    copper, also, bronze, Re. 18.12;
	a brazen musical instrument, 1 Co. 13.1;
	copper money, Mat. 10.9;
	money in general, Mar. 6.8; 12.41.
Χαλκοῦς,
    see Χάλκεος
Χαμαί,
    adv. on the ground, to the earth, Jno. 9.6; 18.6.
Χαναναῖος, αία, αῖον,
    Canaanitish, Mat. 15.22.
Χαρά, ᾶς, ἡ (χαίρω)
    joy, gladness, rejoicing, Mat. 2.10; 13.20, 44; 28.8, et al.;
	meton. joy, cause of joy, occasion of rejoicing,
	Lu. 2.10. Phi. 4.1. 1 Th. 2.19, 20; bliss, Mat. 25.21, 23.
Χάραγμα, ατος, τό, (χαράσσω, to notch, engrave)
    an imprinted mark, Re. 13.16, et al.;
	sculpture, Ac. 17.29.
Χαρακτήρ, ῆρος, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a graver, graving tool; an engraven or impressed device;
	an impress, exact expression, He. 1.3.
Χάραξ, ακος, ὁ, ἡ, (fr. same)
    a stake, a pale; a military palisade, rampart,
	formed from the earth thrown out of the ditch and
	stuck with sharp stakes or palisades, Lu. 19.43.
Χαρίζομαι, (χάρις)
    f. ίσομαι, a.1. ἐχαρισάμην, pass. f. χαρισθήσομαι,
	a.1. ἐχαρίσθην,
    to gratify; to bestow in kindness,
	grant as a free favour, Lu. 7.21. Ro. 8.32;
	to grant the deliverance of a person in favour
	to the desire of others, Ac. 3.14; 27.24. Philem. 22;
	to sacrifice a person to the demands of enemies, Ac. 25.11;
	to remit, forgive, Lu. 7.42. 2 Co. 2.7, 10.
Χάριν,
    used as a particle governing the genitive case,
	on account of, Lu. 7.47. Eph. 3.1, 14. 1 Jno. 3.12;
	for the sake of, in order to, Ga. 3.19. Tit. 1.5, 11. Jude 16;
	on the score of, 1 Ti. 5.14:
	pr. the accus. of
Χάρις, ιτος, ἡ, (χαίρω)
    pleasing show, charm;
	beauty, gracefulness;
	a pleasing circumstance, matter of approval, 1 Pe. 2.19, 20;
	kindly bearing, graciousness, Lu. 4.22;
	a beneficial opportunity, benefit, 2 Co. 1.15. Eph. 4.29;
	a charitable act, generous gift, 1 Co. 16.3. 2 Co. 8.4, 6, et al.;
	an act of favour, Ac. 25.3; favour, acceptance,
	Lu. 1.30, 52. Ac. 2.47; 7.10, 46;
	free favour, free gift, grace,
	Jno. 1.14, 16, 17; Ro. 4.4, 16; 11.5, 6. Eph. 2.5, 8. 1 Pe. 3.7;
	free favour specially manifested by God towards man in the Gospel
	scheme, grace, Ac. 15.11. Ro. 3.24; 5.15, 17, 20, 21; 6.1.
	2 Co. 4.15, et al.;
	a gracious provision, gracious scheme, grace,
	Ro. 6.14, 15. He. 2.9; 12.28; 13.9;
	gracious dealing from God, grace,
	Ac. 14.26; 15.40. Ro. 1.7. 1 Co. 1.4; 15.10. Ga. 1.15, et al.;
	a commission graciously devolved by God upon a human agent,
	Ro. 1.5; 12.3; 15.15. 1 Co. 3.10. 2 Co. 1.12. Ga. 2.9. Eph. 3.8;
	grace, graciously bestowed divine endowment or influence,
	Lu. 2.40. Ac. 4.33; 11.23. Ro. 12.6. 2 Co. 12.9, et al.;
	grace, a graciously vouchsafed spiritual position,
	Ac. 11.43. Ro. 5.2. Ga. 5.4. 2 Pe. 3.18;
	an emotion correspondent to what is pleasing or kindly;
	sense of obligation, Lu. 17.9;
	a grateful frame of mind, 1 Co. 10.30;
	thanks, Lu. 6.32, 33, 34. Ro. 6.17. 1 Co. 15.57, et al.;
	χάριν v. χάριτας καταθέσθαι,
	to oblige, gratify, Ac. 24.27; 25.9
Χάρισμα, ατος, τό, (χαρίζομαι)
    a free favour, free gift, Ro. 5.15, 16; 6.23. 2 Co. 1.11, et al.;
	benefit, Ro. 1.11;
	a divinely conferred endowment, 1 Co. 12.4, 9, 28, 30, 31,
	et al. N.T.
Χαριτόω, ῶ, (χάρις)
    f. ώσω, p. pass. κεχαρίτωμαι,
    to favour, visit with favour, to make an object of favour, to gift;
	pass. to be visited with free favour, be an object of gracious
	vistation, Lu. 1.28. L.G.
Χάρτης, ου, ὁ,
    paper, 2 Jno. 12.
Χάσμα, ατες, τό, (χαινω, to gape, yawn)
    a chasm, gulf, Lu. 16.26.
Χεῖλος, εος, τό,
    a lip, & pl. τὰ χείλη, the lips, Mat. 15.8. Ro. 3.13, et al.;
	trop. χεῖλος τῆς θαλάσσης, the sea-shore, He. 11.12;
	meton. language, dialect, 1 Co. 14.21.
Χειμάζω, (χεῖμα)
    f. άσω,
    to excite a tempest, toss with a tempest;
	pass. to be storm-tossed, Ac. 27.18.
Χείμαῤῥος, ου, ὁ, (χεῖμα & ῥέω)
    winter-flowing; as subst. a stream which flows in winter,
	but is dry in summer; a brook, Jno. 18.1.
Χειμών, ῶνος, ὁ, (χεῖμα)
    stormy weather, Mat. 16.3; a storm, tempest, Ac. 27.20;
	winter, Mat. 24.20, et al.
Χείρ, χειρός, ἡ,
    a hand, Mat. 3.12; 4.6; 8.15, et al. freq.;
	fr. the Heb. χεὶρ Κυρίου, a special operation of God,
	Ac. 11.21; 13.3; ἐν χειρί,
	by agency, Ac. 7.35. Ga. 3.19.
Χειραγωγέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to lead by the hand, Ac. 9.8; 22.11; (L.G.)
	from
Χειραγωγός, οῦ, ὁ, (χείρ & ἀγωγός, a leader)
    one who leads another by the hand, Ac. 13.11.
Χειρόγρᾰφον, ου, τό, (χείρ & γράφω)
    handwriting; a written form, literal instrument
	as distinguished from a spiritual dispensation, Col. 2.14.
Χειροποίητος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (χείρ & ποιητός, made, fr. ποιέω)
    made by hand, artificial, material, Mar. 14.58. Ac. 7.48, et al.
Χειροτονέω, ῶ, (χείρ & τείνω)
    f. ήσω,
    to stretch out the hand; to constitute by voting;
	to appoint, constitute, Ac. 14.23. 2 Co. 8.19.
Χείρων, ονος, ὁ, ἡ, (irregular comparat. of κακός)
    worse, Mat. 9.16. 1 Ti. 5.8;
	more severe, Jno. 5.14. He. 10.29.
Χερουβίμ, (Heb. כרובים)
    cherubim, the emblematic figures, representing cherubim,
	on the ark, He. 9.5.
Χήρα, ας, ἡ, (pr. fem. of χῆρος, bereft)
    a widow, Mat. 23.14. Lu. 4.26, et al.
Χθές,
    adv. yesterday, Jno. 4.52. Ac. 7.28. He. 13.8.
Χῑλίαρχος, ου, ὁ, (χιλίοι & ἄρχω)
    pr. a chiliarch, commander of a thousand men;
	hence genr. a commander, military chief, Mar. 6.21. Re. 6.15; 19.18;
	spc. a legionary tribune, Ac. 21.31, 32, 33, 37, et al.;
	the prefect of the temple, Jno. 18.12.
Χιλιάς, άδος, ἡ,
    the number one thousand, a thousand, Lu. 14.31. Ac. 4.4. et al.:
	from
Χίλιοι, αι, α,
    a thousand, 2 Pe. 3.8. Re. 11.3, et al.
Χιτών, ῶνος, ὁ,
    a tunic, vest, the inner garment which fitted close to the body,
	having armholes, and sometimes sleeves, and reaching below the
	knees, Mat. 5.40; 10.10; pl. χιτῶνες, clothes, garments in
	general, Mar. 14.63.
Χιών, όνος, ἡ,
    snow, Mat. 28.3. Mar. 9.3. Re. 1.14.
Χλαμύς, ύδος, ἡ,
    chlamys, a species of cloak;
	a Roman military commander's cloak,
	paludamentum, Mat. 27.28, 31.
Χλευάζω, (χλεύη, jest)
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐχλεύασα,
    to jeer, scoff, Ac. 2.13; 17.32.
Χλιᾰρός, ά, όν, (χλίω, to become warm)
    warm, tepid; lukewarm, Re. 3.16.
Χλωρός, ά, όν, (χλόη, the first tender shoot of vegetation)
    pale green; green, verdant, Mar. 6.39. Re. 8.7; 9.4;
	pale, sallow, Re. 6.8.
Χξςʹ
    six hundred and sixty-six, the number denoted
	by these letters, viz. χʹ = 600, ξʹ = 60, ςʹ = 6, Re. 13.18.
Χοῐκός, ή, όν, (χόος, a heap of earth)
    of earth, earthy, 1 Co. 15.47, 48, 49. N.T.
Χοῖνιξ, ῐκος, ἡ,
    a chœnix, an Attic measure for things dry,
	being the 48th part of a medimnus, consequently
	equal to the 8th part of the Roman modius, & nearly
	equivalent to about one quart, being considered a
	sufficient daily allowance for the sustenance of
	one man, Re. 6.6, bis
Χοῖρος, ου, ὁ, ἡ,
    pr. a young swine; a swine, hog or sow,
	Mat. 8.30, 31, 32, et al.
Χολάω, ῶ,
	(χολή, considered as the seat or cause of anger and of melancholy))
    pr. to be melancholy; used later as an equivalent to χολοῦμαι,
	to be angry, incensed, Jno. 7.23.
Χολή, ῆς, ἡ,
    the bile, gall; in N.T., a bitter ingredient, as wormwood, Mat. 27.34;
	χολὴ πικρίας, intense bitterness,
	met. thorough disaffection to divine truth,
	utter estrangement, Ac. 8.23.
Χόος, χοῦς, gen. χοός, dat. χοΐ, acc. χοῦν, (χέω)
    earth dug out and heaped up;
	loose earth, dirt, dust, Mar. 6.11. Re. 18.19.
Χορηγέω, ῶ (χορός & ἡγέομαι)
    to lead a chorus;
	at Athens to defray the cost of a chorus;
	hence, to supply funds; to supply, furnish,
	2 Co. 9.10. 1 Pe. 4.11.
Χορός, οῦ, ὁ,
    dancing with music, Lu. 15.25.
Χορτάζω, (χόρτος)
    f. άσω, a.1. ἐχόρτασα,
    pr. to feed or fill with grass, herbage, &c., to fatten;
	used of animals of prey, to satiate, gorge, Re. 19.21;
	of persons, to satisfy with food, Mat. 14.20; 15.33, 37;
	met. to satisfy the desire of any one, Mat. 5.6, et al.:
	whence
Χόρτασμα, ατος, τό,
    pasture, provender for cattle;
	food, provision, sustenance, for men, Ac. 7.11. L.G.
Χόρτος, ου, ὁ,
    an inclosure; pasture ground; fodder for beasts;
	in N.T., herbage, verdure, Mat. 6.30; 14.19, et al.;
	a plant of corn, Mat. 13.26. Mar. 4.28.
Χοῦς,
    see, χόος.
Χράομαι, ῶμαι,
    f. χρήσομαι,
    to use, to make use of, employ, Ac. 27.17. 1 Co. 7.31, et al.;
	to avail one's self of, 1 Co. 7.21; 9.12, 15;
	to use, to treat, behave towards, Ac. 27.3. 2 Co. 13.10:
	whence
Χρεία, ας, ἡ,
    use; need, necessity, requisiteness, Ep. 4.29. He. 7.11;
	personal need, an individual want, Ac. 20.34. Ro. 12.13.
	Phi. 2.25, 4.16, 19;
	χρείαν ἔχω, to need, require, want, Mat. 6.8; 14.16. Mar. 2.25. Jno 2.25;
	ἐστὶ χρεία, there is need, Lu. 10.42;
	τὰ πρὸς χρείαν, necessary things, Ac. 28.10, et al.;
	a necessary business affair, Ac. 6.3.
Χρεωφειλέτης, ου, ὁ (χρέος, a debt, & ὀφειλέτης)
    one who owes a debt, a debtor, Lu. 7.41; 16.5. L.G.
Χρή,
    imperson. verb, there is need or occasion, it is necessary,
	it is requisite; it behoves, it becometh, it is proper, Ja. 3.10.
Χρῄζω, (χρεία)
    to need, want, desire,
	Mat. 6.32. Lu. 11.8; 12.30. Ro. 16.2. 2 Co. 3.1.
Χρῆμα, ατος, τό, (χράομαι)
    anything useful, or needful;
	plur. wealth, riches, Mar. 10.23, 24. Lu. 18.24;
	money, Ac. 8.18, 20; 24.26;
	sing. price, Ac. 4.37:
	whence
Χρηματίζω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐχρημάτισα,
    to have dealings, transact business;
	to negotiate; to give answer on deliberation;
	in N.T., pass. to be divinely instructed,
	receive a revelation or warning from God,
	Mat. 2.12, 22. Lu. 2.26. Ac. 10.22. He. 8.5; 11.7; 12.25;
	intrans. to receive an appellation, be styled, Ac. 11.26. Ro. 7.3:
	whence
Χρηματισμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    in N.T., a response from God,
	a divine communication, oracle, Ro. 11.4.
Χρήσῐμος, η, ον, v. ὁ, ἡ, τὸ, -ον,
    useful, profitable, 2 Ti. 2.14;
	from
Χρῆσις, εως, ἡ,
    use, employment; manner of using, Ro. 1.26, 27.
Χρηστεύομαι, (χρηστός)
    f. εύσομαι,
    to be gentle, benign, kind, 1 Co. 13.4. N.T.
Χρηστολογία, ας, ἡ, (χρηστός & λόγος)
    blan address, fair speaking, Ro. 16.18. N.T.
Χρηστός, ή, όν, (χράομαι)
    useful, profitable;
	good, agreeable, Lu. 5.39;
	easy, as a yoke, Mat. 11.30;
	gentle, benign, kind, obliging, gracious,
	Lu. 6.35. Ep. 4.32. Ro. 2.4. 1 Pe. 2.3;
	good, in character, disposition, &c., virtuous, 1 Co. 15.33:
	whence
Χρηστότης, τητος, ἡ
    pr. utility; goodness, kindness, gentleness, Ro. 2.4; 11.22, et al.;
	kindness shown, beneficense, Ep. 2.7;
	goodness, virtue, Ro. 3.12.
Χρήσω,
    fut. of κίχρημι, a.1. ἔχρησα,
    to lend, Lu. 11.5.
Χρῖσμα, ατος, τό (χρίω)
    pr. any thing which is applied by smearing;
	ointment, unguent; in N.T., an anointing, unction,
	in the reception of spiritual privileges,
	1 Jno. 2.20, 27, bis.
Χριστιανός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a Christian, follower of Christ,
	Ac. 11.26; 26.28. 1 Pe. 4.16:
	from
Χριστός, οῦ, ὁ,
    pr. anointed; ὁ Χριστός, the Christ, The Anointed One,
	i.q. Μεσσίας, the Messiah, Mat. 1.16, 17.
	Jno. 1.20, 25, 42, et al. freq.;
	meton. Christ, the word or doctrine of Christ,
	2 Co. 1.19, 21. Ep. 4.20;
	Christ, a truly Christian frame of doctrine and affection,
	Ro. 8.10. Ga. 4.19; Christ, the Church of Christ,
	1 Co. 12.12; Christ, the distinctive privileges of the
	Gospel of Christ, Ga. 3.27. Ph. 3.8. He. 3.14:
	from
Χρίω,
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἔχρῑσα,
    to anoint; in N.T., to anoint, by way of instituting
	to a dignity, function, or privilege,
	Lu. 4.18. Ac. 4.27; 10.38. 2 Co. 1.21. He. 1.9
Χρονίζω,
    f. ίσω, At. ιῶ, a.1. ἐχρόνισα,
    to while, spend time; to linger, delay, be long,
	Mat. 24.48; 25.5. Lu. 1.21; 12.45. He. 10.37:
	from
Χρόνος, ου, ὁ,
    time, whether in respect of duration or a
	definite point of its lapse, Mat. 2.7; 29.19, et al. freq.;
	an epoch, era, marked duration, Ac. 1.7. 1 Th. 5.1.
Χρονοτρῐβέω, ῶ, (χρόνος & τρίβω)
    to spend time, while away time, linger, delay, Ac. 20.16.
Χρύσεος, η, ον, contr. οῦς, ῆ, οὺν, (χρυσός)
    golden, of gold, 2 Ti. 2.20. He. 9.4, et al.
Χρυσίον, ίου, τό, (dim. fr. χρυσός)
    gold, He. 9.4. 1 Pe. 1.7. Re. 21.18, 21;
	spc. gold when coined or manufactured; golden ornaments, 1 Pe. 3.3;
	gold coin, money, Ac. 3.6; 20.33. 1 Pe. 1.18.
Χρυσοδακτύλιος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (χρυσός & δακτύλιος)
    having rings of gold on the fingers, Ja. 2.2. N.T.
Χρυσόλῐθος, ου, ἡ, (χρυσός & λίθος)
    chrysolite, a name applied by the ancients to all
	gems of a gold colour, spc. the modern topaz, Re. 21.20.
Χρυσόπρᾰσος, ου, ὁ, (χρυσός & πράσον, a leek)
    a chrysoprase, a species of gem of a golden green colour
	like that of a leek, Re. 21.20.
Χρῡσός, οῦ, ὁ
    gold, Mat. 2.11; 23.16, 17;
	meton. gold ornaments, 1 Ti. 2.9;
	coin, money, Mat. 10.9, et al.
Χρυσοῦς,
    see χρύσεος.
Χρυσόω, ῶ, (χρυσός)
    f. ώσω, p. pass. κεχρύσωμαι,
    to gild, overlay with gold,
	adorn or deck with gold, Re. 17.4; 18.16.
Χρώς, χρωτός, ὁ,
    the skin; the body, Ac. 19.12.
Χωλός, ή, όν,
    crippled in the feet, limping, halting,
	lame, Mat. 11.5; 15.30, 31, et al.;
	met. limping, weak, spiritually, He. 12.13;
	maimed, deprived of a foot, for ἀναπηρός, Mar. 9.45.
Χώρα, ας, ἡ,
    space, room; a country, region, tract, province, Mar. 5.10. Lu. 2.8;
	a district, territory, environs, Mat. 8.28;
	meton. the inhabitants of a country, region, &c., Mar. 1.5. Ac. 12.20;
	the country, as opposed to the city or town, Lu. 21.21;
	a field, farm, Lu. 12.16. Jno. 4.35.
Χωρέω, ῶ, (fr. same)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐχώρησα,
    to make room either by motion or capacity; to move,
	pass, Mat. 15.17; to proceed, go on, 2 Pe. 3.9;
	to progress, make way, Jno. 8.37;
	trans. to hold as contents, contain, afford room for,
	Mar. 2.2. Jno. 2.6; 21.25;
	met. to give mental admittance to, to yield accordance, Mat. 19.11, 12;
	to admit to approbation and esteem, to regard cordially, 2 Co. 7.2.
Χωρίζω, (χωρίς)
    f. ίσω, a.1. ἐχώρισα,
    to sunder, sever, disunite, Mat. 19.6. Ro. 8.35, 39;
    mid. a.1. ἐχωρίσθην, p. κεχώρισμαι,
    to dissociate one's self, to part, 1 Co. 7.10, 11, 15;
	to withdraw, depart, Ac. 1.4; 18.1, 2. Philem. 15;
	to be aloof, Re. 7.26.
Χορίον, ου, τό, (pr. dim. fr. χῶρος)
    a place, spot, Mat. 26.36. Mar. 14.32;
	a field, farm, estate, domain, Jno. 4.5. Ac. 1.18, et al.
Χωρίς,
    adv. apart, Jno. 20.7;
	apart from, parted from, Jno. 15.5. Ja. 2.18, 20, 26;
	alien from, Eph. 2.12;
	apart from, on a distinct footing from 1 Co. 11.11;
	apart from, distinct from, without the intervention of, Ro. 3.21, 28; 4.6;
	apart from the company of, independently of, 1 Co. 4.8. He. 11.40;
	without the presence of, He. 9.28;
	without the agency of, Jno. 1.3. Ro. 10.14;
	without the employment of,
	Mat. 13.34. Mar. 4.34. He. 7.20, 21; 9.7, 18, 22;
	without, Lu. 6.49. Phi. 2.14. 1 Ti. 2.8; 5.21.
	Philem. 14. He. 10.28; 11.6; 12.8, 14;
	clear from, He. 7.7; irrespectively of, Ro. 7.8, 9;
	without reckoning, besides, Mat. 14.21; 15.38. 2 Co. 11.28;
	with the exception of, He. 4.15.
Χῶρος, ου, ὁ,
    Corus, or Caurus, the north-west wind; meton. the north-west
	quarter of the heavens, Ac. 27.12.

Ψ, ψ, Ψῖ

Ψάλλω, (ψάω, to touch)
    f. ψαλῶ, a.1. ἔψηλα,
    to move by a touch, to twitch; to touch, strike the strings
	or chords of an instrument; absol. to play on a stringed
	instument; to sing to music; in N.T., to sing praises,
	Ro. 15.9. 1 Co. 14.15. Ep. 5.19. Ja. 5.13.
	whence
Ψαλμός, οῦ, ὁ,
    impulse, touch, of the chords of a stringed instrument;
	in N.T., a sacred song, psalm, 1 Co. 14.26. Ep. 5.19, et al.
Ψευδαδελφός, οῦ, ὁ, (ψευδής & ἀδελφός)
    a false brother, a pretended Christian,
	2 Co. 11.26. Ga. 2.4. N.T.
Ψευδαπόστολος, ου, ὁ, (ψευδής & ἀπόστολος)
    a false apostel, pretended minister of Christ,
	2 Co. 11.13. N.T.
Ψευδής, έος, οῦς, ὁ, ἡ (ψεύδομαι)
    false, lying, Ac. 6.13. Re. 2.2 in N.T.,
	pl. maintainers of religious falsehood,
	corrupters of the truth of God, Re. 21.8
Ψευδοδάσκᾰλος, (ψευδής & διδάσκαλος)
    a false teacher, one who in culcates false doctrines,
	2 Pe. 2.1. N.T.
Ψευδολόγος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ψευδής & λέγω)
    false-speaking, 1 Ti. 4.2.
Ψευδομάρτυρ, ῠρος, ὁ, (ψευδής & μάρτυρ)
    a false witness, Mat. 26.60, bis. 1 Co. 15.15:
	whence
Ψευδομαρτῠρέω, ῶ,
    f. ήσω,
    to bear false witness, give false testimony,
	Mat. 19.18. Mar. 14.56, 57, et al.:
	whence
Ψευδομαρτυρία, ας, ἡ,
    false witness, false testimony, Mat. 15.19; 26.59.
Ψευδοπροφήτης, ου, ὁ (ψευδής & προφήτης)
    a false prophet, one who falsely claims to speak by
	divine inspiration, whether as a foreteller of future
	events, or a teacher of doctrines, Mat. 7.15; 24.24, et al.
Ψεῦδος, εος, τό, (ψεύδομαι)
    falsehood, Jno. 8.44. Ep. 4.25. 2 Th. 2.9, 11. 1 Jno. 2.27
	in N.T., religious falsehood, perversion of religious truth,
	false religion, Ro. 1.25; the practices of false religion,
	Re. 21.27; 22.15.
Ψευδόχριστος, ου, ὁ, (ψευδής & χριστός)
    a false Christ, pretended Messiah,
	Mat. 24.24. Mar. 13.22. N.T.
Ψεύδω,
    f. ψεύσω,
    to deceive; mid. to speak falsely or deceitfully,
	utter falsehood, lie, Mat. 5.11. Ro. 9.1, et al.;
	trans. to deceive, or attempt to deceive, by a lie.
	Ac. 5.3.
Ψευδώνῠμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, (ψευδής & ὄνομα)
    falsely named, falsely called, 1 Ti. 6.20.
Ψεῦσμα, ατος, τό, (ψεύδω)
    a falsehood, lie; in N.T., delinquency, Ro. 3.7.
Ψευστής, οῦ, ὁ, (fr. same)
    one who utters a falsehood, a liar, Jno. 8.44, 55, et al.;
	in N.T.,a delinquent, Ro. 3.4.
Ψηλαφάω, ῶ, (ψάλλω, ψάω)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ἐψηλάφησα,
    to feel, handle, Lu. 24.39; to feel or grope for or after,
	as persons in the dark, Ac. 17.27.
Ψηφίζω,
    f. ίσω,
    to reckon by means of pebbles, compute by counters;
	hence genr. to compute, reckon, calculate, Lu. 14.28. Re. 13.18:
	from
Ψῆφος, ου, ἡ,
    a small stone, pebble; a pebble variously employed,
	especially in a ballot; hence a vote, suffrage, Ac. 26.10;
	a pebble or stone, probably given as a token, Re. 2.17.
Ψιθυρισμος, οῦ, ὁ, (ψιθυρίζω, to whisper)
    a whispering; a calumnious whispering, detraction,
	2 Co. 12.20. L.G.
Ψιθυριστής, οῦ, ὁ, (fr. same)
    a whisperer; a calumnious whisperer, detractor, Ro. 1.30.
Ψῑχίον, ίον, τό, (dimin. of ψίξ, a fragment, morsel)
    a small morsel, crumb, bit, Mat. 15.27. Mar. 7.28. Lu. 16.21. N.T.
Ψυχή, ῆς, ἡ, (ψύχω)
    breath; the principle of animal life; the life,
	Mat. 2.20; 6.25. Mar. 3.4. Lu. 21.19. Jno. 10.11, et al.;
	an animate being, 1 Co. 15.45; a human individual, soul,
	Ac. 2.41; 3.23; 7.14; 27.37. Ro. 13.1. 1 Pe. 3.20;
	the immaterial soul, Mat. 10.28. 1 Pe. 1.9; 2.11, 25; 4.19, et al,;
	the soul as a seat of religious and moral sentiment,
	Mat. 11.29. Ac. 14.2, 22; 15.24. Eph. 6.6, et al.;
	the soul as a seat of feeling, Mat. 12.18; 26.38, et.al.;
	the soul, the inner self, Lu. 12.19:
	whence
Ψυχικός, ή, όν,
    pertaining to the life or the soul; in N.T.,
	animal as distinguished from spriritual subsistence, 1 Co. 15.44, 46;
	occupied with mere animal things, animal, sensual, 1 Co. 2.14. Ja. 3.15.
	Jude 19.
Ψῠχος, εος, τό, (ψύχω)
    cold, Jno. 18.18. Ac. 28.2. 2 Co. 11.27:
	whence
Ψυχρός, ά, όν,
    cool, cold, Mat. 10.42; met. Re. 3.15, 16.
Ψύχω,
    f. ξω, pass. a.2. ἐψύγην, f.2. ψυγήσομαι,
    to breathe; to cool; pass. to be cooled;
	met. of affection, Mat. 24.12.
Ψωμίζω, (ψωμός)
    f. ίσω,
    pr. to feed by morsels;
	hence genr. to feed, supply with food, Ro. 12.20;
	to bestow in supplying food, 1 Co. 13.3.
Ψωμιον, ου, τό,
	(dimin. of ψωμός, a bit, morsel, fr. ψάω, to break into bits)
    a bit, morsel, mouthful, Jno. 13.26.
Ψώχω, (ψάω)
    f. ξω,
    to rub in pieces, as the ears of grain, Lu. 6.1.

Ω, ω, Ὦ μέγα

Ω, ω,
    Omega, the last letter of the Greek alphabet;
	hence met. τὸ Ω, the last, Re. 1.8, 11; 21.6; 22.13.
Ὠ,
    interj. O! Mat. 15.28; 17.17, et al.
Ὥδε adv. (ὅδε)
    thus; here, in this place, Mat. 12.6, 41;
	ὦδε ἤ ὦδε, here or there, Mat. 24.23;
	τὰ ὦδε, the state of things here, Col. 4.9;
	met. herein, in this thing, Re. 13.10, 18;
	hither, to this place, Mat. 8.29; 14.18, et al.
Ὠιδή, ῆς, ἡ (contr. for ἀοιδή, fr. ἀείδω)
    an ode, song, hymn, Ep. 5.19. Col. 3.16. Re. 5.9; 14.3; 15.3.
Ὠδίς, ῖνος, ἡ & in N.T., ὠδίν, (ὀδύνη)
    the throe of a woman in travail, a birth-pang, 1 Th. 5.3;
	pl. met. birth-throes, preliminary troubles to the development
	of a catastrophe, Mat. 24.8 Mar. 13.9;
	fr. the Heb. a stringent band, a snare, noose, Ac. 2.24:
	whence
Ὠδίνω,
    f. ὶνῶ,
    to be in travail, Ga. 4.27. Re. 12.2;
	met. to travail with, to make effort to bring to
	spiritual birth, Ga. 4.19. (ῑ.)
Ὠμος, ου, ὁ,
    the shoulder, Mat. 23.4. Lu. 15.5.
Ὠνέομαι, οῦμαι,
    f. ἠσομαι, a.1. ὠνησάμην,
    to buy, purchase, Ac. 7.16.
Ὠόν, οῦ, τό,
    an egg, Lu. 11.12.
Ὥρα, ας, ἠ,
    a limited portion of time marked out by part of a
	settled routine or train of circumstance; a season
	of the year; time of day, Mat. 14.15. Mar. 6.35; 11.11
	an hour, Mat. 20.3. Jno. 11.9, et al.;
	in N.T. an eventful season, 1 Jno. 2.18, bis. Re. 3.10; 14.7;
	due time, Jno. 16.21 Ro. 13.11; a
	destined period, hour, Mat. 26.24. Mar. 14.35. Jno. 2.4; 7.30, et al.;
	a short period, Mat. 26.40. Jno 5.35. 2 Co 7.8.
	Ga. 2.5. 1 Th. 2.17. Philem. 15;
	a point of time, time, Mat. 8.13; 24.42. Lu. 2.38, et al.:
	whence
Ὡραῖος, α, ον,
    timely, seasonable; in prime, blooming; in N.T.,
	beautiful, Mat. 23.27. Ac. 3.2, 10. Ro. 10.15.
Ὠρύομαι,
    f. ύσομαι,
    to howl; to roar, as a lion, 1 Pe. 5.8.
Ὥς, (ὅς)
    adv. as, correlatively, Mar. 4.26. Jno. 7.46. Ro. 5.15, et al.;
	as, like as, Mat. 10.16. Eph. 5.8, et al.;
	according as, Ga. 6.10, et al.; as, as it were,
	Re. 8.8, et al.; as, Lu. 16.1. Ac. 3.12, et al.;
	before numerals, about, Mar. 5.13, et al.;
	conj., that, Ac. 10.28, et al.; how, Ro. 11.2, et al.;
	when, Mat. 28.9. Phi. 2.23; as an exclamatory particle,
	how, Ro. 10.15; equivalent to ὥστε, accordingly, He. 3.11;
	also, on condition that, provided that, Ac. 26.24;
	ὡς εἰπεῖν, so to speak, He. 7.9
Ὡσαννά, (Heb. ﬣושיעה־נא)
    hosanna! save now, succour now, Mat. 21.9, 15, et al.
Ὡσαύτως, (ὡς & αὔτως, αὐτός)
    adv. just so, in just the same way or manner,
	likewise, Mat. 20.5; 21.30, et al.
Ὡσεί, adv. (ὡς & εἰ)
    as if; as it were, as, like, Mat. 3.16; 9.36, et al.;
	with terms of number or quantity, about,
	Mat. 14.21. Lu 1.56; 22.41, 59.
Ὥσπερ, (ὡς & περ)
    adv. just as, as, like as, Mat. 6.2; 24.38. 1 Th. 5.3, et al.
Ὡσπερεί, adv. (ὥσπερ & εἰ)
    just as it; as it were, 1 Co. 15.8.
Ὥστε, (ὡς & τε)
    conj. so that, so as that, so as to,
	Mat. 8.24. Mar. 2.12. Ac. 14.1. Ga. 2.13;
	as an illative particle, therefore, consequently,
	Mat. 12.12; 23.31, et al.;
	in N.T. as a particle of design, in order that,
	in order to, Lu. 9.52.
Ὠτίον, ου, τό, (dimin. of οὖς)
    in N.T. simply equivalent to οὖς,
	an ear, Mat. 26.51. Mar. 14.47. Lu. 22.51, Jno. 18.10, 26.
Ὠφέλεια, ας, ἡ,
    help; profit, gain, advantage, benefit, Ro. 3.1. Jude 16:
	from
Ὠφελέω, ῶ, (ὄφελος)
    f. ήσω, a.1. ὠφέλησα,
    to help, profit, benefit, Mat. 27.24. Mar. 7.11. Ro. 2.25. et al.;
	whence
Ὠφέλῐμος, ου, ὁ, ἡ, τό, -ον,
    profitable, useful, beneficial, serviceable,
	1 Ti. 4.8, bis. 2 Ti. 3.16, Tit. 3.8.


                    SUPPLEMENT

Containing Additional Words and Form To Be Found In
 One Or Another Of The Greek Texts In Current Use,
     Especially Those Of Lachmann, Tischendorf,
         Tregelles, Westcott and Hort, and
               The Revisers of 1881.


Α, α, Ἄλφα

Ἀγαλλιάομαι,
    see Ἀγαλλιάω.
Ἀγγέλλω,
    f. ῶ, a.1. ἤγγειλα,
    Jn. 4.51 (where many texts read ἀπήγγειλα); (ἄγγελος)
	to announce, Jn. 20.18.
Ἄγγος, εος, τό
    see ἀγγεῖον.
Ἀηδία, ας, ἡ
    (ἀηδής, ἀ & ἦδος, pleasure, delight) unpleasantness, annoyance;
	dislike, hatred, Lu. 23.12 (some MSS.)
Ἀθροίζω,
    p. pass. part. ἠθροισμένος, (ἀθρόος, in crowds, masses) to
	collect together, assemble; pass. to be assembled, convene,
	Lu. 24.33.
Ἀκατάπαστος, ον,
    so some editors in 2 Pe. 2.14. Possibly fr. πατέομαι,
	p. pass. πέπασμαι, to taste, eat; whence ἀκατάπαστος insatiable.
	In prof. writ. κατάπαστος signifies besprinkled, soiled;
	fr. καταπάσσω. N.T.
Ἅλα, τό,
    read by Tdf. in Mat. 5.13; Mar. 9.30; Lu. 14.34; see ἅλας. N.T.
Ἁλεεύς, ὁ,
    read by Tdf., West.-Hort for ἁλιεύς.
Ἀλλαχοῦ, (ἄλλος)
    adv. of place, elsewhere, in another place, Mar. 1.38.
Ἄλφα, τό, (see A)
    indecl., Alpha, Re. 1.8; 21.6; 22.13.
Ἀμφιάζω, (ἀμφί)
    f. άσω,
    to put on, clothe, Lu. 12.28. L.G. See ἀμφιέννυμι.
Ἀμφιέζω,
    collat. form of ἀμφιάζω.
Ἀνακυλίω (ἀνά & κυλίω)
    to roll up; roll back, Mar. 16.4. L.G.
Ἀναλόω,
    see ἀναλίσκω.
Ἀναμέρος,
    see ἀνά.
Ἀνάμεσον,
    see ἀνά.
Ἀνάπειρος,
    a false spelling in some MSS. for ἀνάπηρος.
	See Lu. 14.13, 21. S.
Ἀναπηδάω,
    a.1. part. ἀναπηδήσας,
    (ἀνά & πηδάω) to leap up, spring up, start up, Mar. 10.50.
Ἀνατίθημι,
    act. of ἀνατίθεμαι.
Ἀνέλεος, ον, (ἀ priv. & ἔλεος)
    without mercy, merciless, Ja. 2.13. N.T. See ἀνίλεως.
Ἀπασπάζομαι,
    a.1. ἀπησπασάμην, (ἀπό & ἀσπάζομαι)
    to salute on leaving, bid farewell, take leave of,
	Ac. 21.6. L.G.
Ἀποδεκατεύω,
    for ἀποδεκατόω, Lu. 18.12.
Ἀποκατιστάνω,
    variant form of ἀποκαθιστάνω; see ἀποκαθίστημι.
Ἀραβών,
    collat. form of ἀῤῥαβών, which see.
Ἄραγε, (ἄρα & γέ)
    surely then, so then (Lat. iteque, ergo),
	Mat. 7.20; 17.26. Ac. 11.18.
Ἆράγε,
    like ἆρα but more pointed, Ac. 8.30.
Ἄραφος,
    collat. form of ἄῤῥαφος, which see.
Ἀρήν, ἀρνός, ὁ,
    a sheep, a lamb, acc. pl. ἄρνας, Lu. 10.3
Ἀσαίνω,
    1 Th. 3.3 in some edd. See σαίνω. N.T.
Ἀτιμάω,
    a.1. ἠτίμησα, (ἀ & τιμάω)
    to deprive of honor, to treat lightly, to treat with contempt
	or contumely, Mar. 12.4. See Soph. Lex.
Αὔξω
    see αὐξάνω.
Αὐτόφωρος, ον, (αὐτός & φώρ, a thief)
    caught in the act of theft; then univ., cought in the act
	of any other crime, Jn. 8.4.
Αὐχέω,
    imperf. ηὔχουν,
    to lift up the neck; to boast, Ja. 3.5.
Ἀφεῖδον,
    a variant spelling of ἀπεῖδον, which see.
Ἀφελπίζω,
    a variant spelling of ἀπελπίζω, which see.
Ἀφυστερέω,
    f. ῶ, (ἀπό & ὑστερέω)
    to be behindhand, come too late; to cause to fail, take
	away from, withdraw, defaud, Ja. 5.4. L.G.

Β, β, Βῆτα

Βαθέως,
    adv. deeply; ὄρθρου Βαθέως, deep in the morning, at
	early down, Lu. 24.1 L.G.
Βασιλικός, ή, όν,
    of or belonging to a king, kingly, royal, regal; of a man,
	the officer or minister of a prince, a courtier, Jn. 4.46, 49;
	subject to a king, Ac. 12.20; befitting a king, royal, Ac. 12.21;
	met principal, chief, Ja. 2.4.
Βιβλιδάριον, ου, τό, (fr βιβλίδιον)
    a little book, Re. 10.8
Βοανεργές
    (Heb. בְּנֵי רֶגֶשׁ) Boanerges (sons of thunder), Mar. 3.17. N.T.

Γ, γ, Γάμμα

Γαββαθᾶ, ἡ
    indecl. (Aram. גַּבֶּתָא) Gabbatha, Jn. 19.13. N.T.
Γαμίσκω,
    act. of γαμίσκομαι, Mat. 24.38. Lchm.

Δ, δ, Δέλτα

Δανίζω,
    collat. form of δανείζω, which see.
Δανιστής
    collat. form of δανειστής, which see.
Δεκα-έξ
    sixteen, Re. 13.18. S.
Δεκα-οκτώ
    eighteen, Lu. 13.4. S.
Δεξιοβόλος, ου, ὁ (δεξιός & βάλλω)
    throwing with the right hand, a slinger, an archer,
	Ac. 23.23. N.T.
Δηλαυγῶς, (δῆλος & αὐγή)
    adv., radiantly, in full light, Mar. 8.25.
Διά-γε
    see διά, the γέ expresses that which is least is indicated,
	at least because, yet because, Lu. 11.8; 18.5.
Διακαθαίρω
    a.1. διεκάθαρα,
    to cleanse thoroughly, Lu. 3.17.
Διαλιμπάνω,
    imperf. διελίμπανον,
    to intermit, cease, Ac. 8.24. S. Apocr.
Διαπορεύω,
    act. of διαπορεύομαι.
Διεξέρχομαι
    f. διεξελεύσομαι a.2. διεξῆλθον, (διά ἐξ, ἔρχομαι)
    to go out through something, Ac. 28.3.
Διερμηνεία, ας, ἡ,
    interpretation, of obscure utterances, 1 Co. 12.10.
	Lchm. N.T.
Δικάζω,
    f. άσω, a.1. pass. ἐδικάσθην,
    to judge, pass judgement, Lu. 6.37, Treg. mrg.
Δισμυριάς, άδος, ἡ,
    twice ten thousand, two myriads, Re. 9.16. Lchm. Tdf.
Δράμω,
    see τρέχω
Δυσεντέριον, ου, τό, = δυσεντερία
    Ac. 28.8. L.G.
Δύσις, εως, ἠ (δύω)
    a sinking, setting, esp. of the heavenly bodies; the west,
	the quater in which the sun sets, Mar. 16,
	Shorter Conclusion.
Δωροφορία, ας, ἡ, (δωροφόρος, bringing gifts)
    the offering of a gift or gifts, Ro. 15.31. N.T.

Ε, ε, Ἔ ψῑλόν

Ἑβδομηκονταέξ,
    seventy-six, Ac. 27.37.
Ἑβδομηκονταπέντε,
    seventy-five, Ac. 7.14.
Ἔγγιστα,
    adv., (neut. pl. sup. of ἐγγύς) nearest, next Mar. 6.36.)
Ἐγκακέω,
    f. ῶ, a.1. ἐνεκάκησα,
    to be weary in anything; to lose courage, flag, faint,
	Lu 18.1. 2 Co. 4.1, 16. Gal 6.9. Eph. 3.13 2 Th. 3.13.
	L.G.
Ἐγκαυχάομαι,
    to glory in, 2 Th. 1.4. L.G.
Εἴγε,
    if indeed, seeing that. See γέ.
Εἰδέα, ας, ἡ,
    poetic form for ἰδέα, Mat. 28.3.
Εἴδω,
    whence a.2. εἶδον, p. οἶδα, which see.
Εἴρω
    a rare pres. whence the f. ἐρῶ. See εἶπον.
Εἴτε,
    conj., gen. repeated, εἴτε...εἴτε (Lat. sive...sive) whether...or,
    Ro. 12.6-8. 1 Co. 3.22; 8.5; 10.31; 12.13, 26; 13.8; 15.11.
	2 Co.. 1.6; 5.9, 10, 13; 8.23. Eph 6.8. Phi 1.18, 20, 27.
	Col. 1.16, 20. 1 Th 5.10. 2 Th. 2.15. 1 Pe 2.13, 14;
    whether...or (Lat. utrum...an) indirect interrog. sense,
	2 Co. 12.2, 3; used once, if 1 Co. 14.27.
Εἶτεν,
    rare form of εἶτα, (which see), Mar. 4.28.
Ἐκβαίνω,
    f. βήσομαι a.2. ἐξέβην
    to go out, He. 11.13.
Ἐκζήτησις, εως, ἡ (ἐκζητέω, to seek out)
    an investigating; a subject of subtle inquiry and displute,
	1 Ti. 1.4 N.T.
Ἐκθαυμάζω,
    f. σω, imperf. ἐξεθαύμαζον, (ἐκ & θαυμάζω)
    to wonder or marvel greatly, Mar. 12.17 L.G.
Ἐκκοπή, ῆς, ἡ,
    see ἐγκοπή.
Ἐκκρέμομαι,
    see ἐκκρέμαμαι.
Ἐκνεύω (ἐκ & νεύω, to incline in any direction)
    f. σω, a.1. ἐξένευσα
    to bend to one side; to take one's self away, withdraw,
	Jn. 5.13.
Ἐκσώζω, (ἐκ & σώζω, to save)
    f. σω, a.1. ἐξέσωσα,
    to save from, either to keep or to rescue from danger,
	Ac. 27.39.
Ἔκτρομος,
    adj., trembling exceedingly, exceedingly terrified,
	He. 12.25. N.T.
Ἐκύκλευσαν,
    for ἐκύκλωσαν, fr. κυκλόω.
Ἐλεάω,
    see ἐλεέω, Ro. 9.16. Jud. 22, 23.
Ἐλεινός,
    see ἐλεεινός.
Ἕλιγμα, ατος, τό, (ἑλίσσω, to turn about, to roll)
    a roll, Jn. 19.39.
Ἐλλογάω,
    see ἐλλογέω. N.T.
Ἐμμέσῳ = ἐν μέσῳ,
    see μέσος. N.T.
Ἐμπιπράω,
    for ἐμπίπρημι, to burn, set on fire; to be inflamed,
	swollen, Ac. 28.6
Ἐμπρήθω, (ἐν & πρήθω, to swell out by blowing)
    f. σω, a.1. ἐνέπρησα,
    to burn, destroy by fire, Mat. 22.7.
Ἐνγράφω,
    see ἐγγράφω.
Ἐνδώμησις,
    see ἐνδόμησις. L.G.
Ἐνέγκω,
    a.1 ἤνεγκα, a.2. ἤνεγκον, see φέρω.
Ἐνενήκοντα,
    see ἐννενήκοντα.
Ἐνεός,
    see ἐννεός.
Ἐνεστώς,
    see ἐνίστημι.
Ἐνκ-,
    see ἐγκ- or ἐκκ-.
Ἐνμένω,
    see ἐμμένω.
Ἐνόντα, τά,
    see ἔνειμι.
Ἐνορκίζω,
    to adjure, put under oath, solemnly entreat, 1 Th. 5.27. L.G.
Ἐνπ-,
    see ἐμπ-
Ἐξέλω,
    (whence f. ἐλῶ L.G. a.2 εἶλον), see ἐξαιρέω.
Ἐξεραυνάω,
    see ἐξερευνάω.
Ἐξέφνης,
    see ἐξαίφνης.
Ἐξουδενέω,
    see ἐξουδενόω. S.
Ἐξουθενόω,
    see ἐξουθενέω.
Ἐπάρατος, ον, (ἐπαράομαι, to call down curses upon)
    accursed, Jn. 7.49
Ἐπάρχειος, ον,
    belong to an ἔπαρχος, or prefect, ἡ ἐπάρχειος, sc. ἐξουσία,
	Ac. 25.1. L.G.
Ἐπεισέρχομαι, (ἐπί, εἰς, & ἔρχομαι)
    f. -ελεύσομαι,
    to come in besides or to those who are already within,
	to enter afterwards; to come in upon, enter against,
	Lu. 21.35.
Ἐπικέλλω, (ἐπί & κέλλω, to drive on)
    a.1. ἐπέκειλα,
    to run a ship ashore, to bring to land, Ac. 27.41.
Ἐπικεφάλαιον, ου, τό,
    head money, poll-tax, Mar. 12.14.
Ἐπιλείχω, (ἐπί & λείχω, to lick up)
    imperf. ἐπέλειχον,
    to lick the surface of, lick over, Lu. 16.21. N.T.
Ἐπισπείρω, (ἐπί & σπείρω, to sow)
    f. σπερῶ, a.1. ἐπέσπειρα,
    to sow above or besides, Mat. 13.25.
Ἐπίστασις, εως, ἡ, (ἐφίστημι)
    an advancing, approach, incursion, on-set, press,
	Ac. 24.12. 2 Co. 11.28.
Ἐπιτοαυτό,
    Ac. 1.15; 2.1 see αὐτός.
Ἐπιτροπεύω,
    to be ἐπίτροπος or procurator, Lu. 3.1.
Ἐραυνάω,
    collat form of ἐρευνάω, which see.
Ἑρμηνευτής, οῦ, ὁ, (ἑρμηνεύω, to expound)
    an interpreter, 1 Co. 14.28.
Ἐρῶ,
    see εἴρω above.
Ἔσθω,
    poet. for ἐσθίω, Mar. 1.6. Lu. 7.33, 34; 10.7; 22.30.
Ἑσπερινός, η, ον,
    belonging to the evening, Lu. 12.38.
Εὖγε,
    used in commendation, well done! Lu. 19.17.
Εὐρακύλων,
    see Εὐροκλύδων.
Ἐφεῖδον,
    see ἐπεῖδον.
Ἔφιδε,
    see ἐπεῖδον.
Ἐφνίδιος,
    see αἰφνίδιος.
Ἐχθέσ
    a longer form of χθές, which see.

Ζ, ζ, Ζῆτα

Ζβέννυμι,
    see σβέννυμι.

Η, η, Ἦτα

Ἡμεῖς,
    see ἐγώ.
Ἡσσάομαι,
    see ἡττάομαι.
Ἥσσων,
    see ἥττων.

Θ, θ, Θῆτα

Θαρρέω,
    see θαρσέω.
Θεολόγος, ου, ὁ, (Θεός & λέγω)
    one who speaks (treats) of the gods and divine things,
	versed in sacred science, Re.
	(in the heading of Text. Rec.).
Θορυβάζω, (θόρυβος, din, tumult)
    to trouble, disturb, Lu. 10.41. N.T.

Ι, ι, Ἰῶτα

Ἴσμεν and ἴστε,
    1 pl. ind., and 2 pl. ind. or impv., of οἶδα, which see.

Κ, κ, Κάππα

Καθημέραν, καθ' ἡμέραν,
    see ἡμέρα.
Καθολικός, ή, όν,
    general, universal, Ja., Pe., Jn., in the heading or titles.
Καθώσπερ,
    just as, exactly as, 2 Co. 3.18. He. 5.4.
Καλοὶ Λιμένες, (καλός & λιμήν, harbor, haven)
    Fair Havens, a bay of Crete, near the city Lasaea;
	so called because offering good anchorage. Ac. 27.8.
Κάμιλος, ου, ὁ,
    a cable, Mat. 19.24; Lu. 18.25. N.T.
Καταγράφω,
    to draw, delineate, Jn. 8.6.
Καταυγάζω,
    to beam down upon; to shine forth, shine brightly, 2 Co. 4.4. L.G.
Καταφάγω
    see κατεσθίω.
Κατευλογέω,
    to call down blessings on, Mar. 10.16. L.G.
Κατ' ἰδίαν,
    see ἴδιος.
Κατοικίζω,
    a.1. κατῴκισα,
    to cause to dwell, to send or bring into an abode, to give
	a dwelling to, Ja. 4.5.
Καυσόω,
    act. of καυσόομαι. N.T.
Καυστηριάζω,
    see καυτηριάζω. L.G.
Κερέα,
    see κεραία.
Κεφαλιόω,
    Mar. 12.4. N.T. see κεφαλαιόω.
Κίχρημι,
    to lend, Lu. 11.5.
Κλῖμα
    see κλίμα
Κλινάριον, ου, τό, (dim. of κλινή)
    a small bed, a couch, Ac. 5.15.
	(On accent see W. gram., p. 50.)
Κοσμίως, (fr. κόσμιος)
    adv., decently 1 Ti. 2.9.
Κρέμαμαι,
    see κρεμάννυμι
Κρεπάλη,
    see κραιπάλη
Κρυπτή,
    see κρύπτη L.G.
Κυκλεύω,
    a.1. ἐκύκλευσα,
    to go round, to encircle, encompass, surround, Jn. 10.24.
	Re. 20.9.
Κύκλῳ,
    (dat. fr. κύκλος) in a circle, around, round about, on
	all sides, Mar. 3.34; 6.6, 36. Lu. 9.12. Ro. 15.19.
	Re. 4.6; 5.11.
Κυλισμός, οῦ, ὀ, (κυλίω)
    a rolling, wallowinig, 2 Pe. 2.22. N.T.

Λ, λ, Λάμβδα

Λάκω, & λακέω,
    see λάσκω.
Λεμά,
    see λαμά.
Λευκαίνω,
    a.1. ἐλεύκανα,
    to whiten, make white, Mar. 9.3. Re. 7.14.
Λευκοβύσσινον, (= Βύσσινον λευκόν)
    Re. 19.14. See βύσσινος.
Λημά,
    see λαμά.
Λιμά,
    see λαμά.

Μ, μ, Μῦ

Μαγία,
    see μαγεία.
Μαζός, οῦ, ὁ,
    the breast, Re. 1.13.
Μάρτυρ,
    see μάρτυς.
Μασθός, (Dor. for μαστός)
    See μαστός.
Μετατρέπω,
    f. ψς,
    to turn about; met. to transmute, Ja. 4.9.
Μηθέν,
    see μηδείς.
Μὴ οὐκ, (οὐκ belonging to the verb, μή being interrogative)
    Ro. 10.18, 19. 1 Co. 9.4, 5; 11.22.
Μήπου, v. μή που,
    that nowhere, least anywhere, Ac. 27.29
Μήτις
    v. μή τις, prohibitive, let no one, 1 Co. 16.11. 2 Th. 2.3;
	interrogative, (Lat. num quis) hath any one, Jn. 4.33; 7.48.
	2 Co. 12.17.
Μητρόπολις, εως, ἡ (μήτηρ & πόλις)
    a metropolis, chief city, 1 Ti. 6.22.
Μνάομαι,
    see μιμνήσκομαι.
Μογγιλάλος, (fr. μόγγος v. μογγός & λάλος)
    speaking with a harsh or thick voice, Mar. 7.32.
Μύλινος, η, ον,
    made of mill-stones; equivalent to μυλικός, Re. 18.21. L.G.

Ν, ν, Νῦ

Nεομηνία,
    see νουμηνία.

Ξ, ξ, Ξῖ

Ξύν,
    older form of σύν, appearing in composition in 1 Pe. 4.12.

Ο, ο, Ὄ μῑκρόν

Ὁδοποιέω, ῳ,
    to make a road, to level, make passable, smooth, open,
	a way, Mar. 2.23.
Οἰκειακός, ή, όν,
    see οἰκιακός.
Οἰκέτεια, ας, ἡ, (οἰκέω, to dwell in)
    household, i.e. body of servants, Mat. 24.45.
Οἱοσδηποτοῦν,
    of what kind . . . so-ever, Ja. 5.4.
Ὀλεθφεύω,
    He. 11.28; see ὀλοθρεύω.
Ὀλέθριος, ον,
    destructive, deadly, 2 Th. 1.9.
Ὀλιγοπιστία, ας, ἡ, (ὀλίγος & πίστις)
    littleness of faith, of little faith, Mat. 17.20. N.T.
Ὁμόω,
    see ὀμνύω.
Ὀπτάνω,
    see ὀπτάνομαι. S.
Ὄπτω,
    whence f. ὄψομαι. See ὁράω.
Ὀρινός,
    see ὀρεινός.
Ὄρινιξ,
    see ὄρνις.
Ὅσγε, (ὅς & γέ, even)
    the very one who, precisely he who, Ro. 8.32.
Ὅ,τε, ἥ,τε, τό,τε, (ὁ, ἡ, τό & τε, which see)
    Lu. 2.16; 15.2; 23.12. Jn 2.15; 4.42; 6.18.
	Ac. 1.13; 2.33; 4.14; 5.24; 7.26; 8.38; 13.1, 2, 44; 14.11,
	13; 15.39; 16.11, 13; 17.4, 10, 14; 18.5; 19.12; 21.25;
	26.23, 30; 27.1, 3, 5; 28.2. Ro. 1.20, 26; 7.7. Eph. 1.10.
	He. 2.11; 9.1, 2.
Ὅτι,
    Interrog., (ὅ,τι v. ὅ τι) for τί equivalent to διὰ τί,
	Mar. 2.16, 9.11, 28. L.G.
Οὐ μή,
    in no wise, not at all, by no means
	(see Goodwin's Moods and Tenses, App. II.),
	Mat. 5.18, 20, 26; 10.23, 42; 13.14; 15.5 16.22,
	28; 18.3; 23.39; 24.2, 21, 34, 35; 25.9; 26.29,
	35. Mar. 9.1, 41; 10.15; 13.2, 19, 30, 31; 14.25,
	31; 16.18 Lu. 1.15; 6.37; 9.27; 10.19; 12.59;
	13.35; 18.7, 17, 30; 21.18, 32, 33; 22.16, 18,
	34, 67, 68. Jn. 4.14, 48; 6.35, 37; 8.12, 51, 52;
	10.5, 28; 11.26, 56; 13.8, 38; 18.11; 20.25.
	Ac. 13.41; 28.26. Ro. 4.8. 1 Co. 8.13. Gal. 4.30;
	5.16. 1 Th. 4.15; 5.3. He. 8.11, 12; 10.17; 13.5.
	1 Pe. 2.6. 2 Pe 1.10. Re. 2.11; 3.3, 5, 12; 9.6;
	15.4; 18.7, 14, 21, 22, 23; 21.25, 27.
Ὀχετός, οῦ, ὁ, (ὀχέω, to uphold, carry)
    a watering-pipe, duct; the intestinal canal, Mar. 7.19.

Π, π, Πῖ

Παλινγεννεσία,
    see παλιγγενεσία.
Πανδοκεύς,
    see πανδοχεύς.
Πανδοκίον,
    see πανδοχεῖον.
Πανπληθεί,
    see παμπληθεί.
Πανταχῆ v. πανταχῇ
    adv., everywhere, Ac. 21.28.
Παρακαθέζομαι,
    to sit down beside, seat one's self, Lu. 10.39.
Παρεμβάλλω,
    f. βαλῶ,
    to cast by the side of or besides, to insert, to interpose,
	to bring back into line; to assign to soldiers a place, to
	draw up in line, to encamp; to cast up (a bank) about
	(a city), Lu. 19.43.
Πατρολῷας,
    see πατραλῷας.
Πεζός, ή, όν,
    on foot; by land, Mat. 14.13.
Πειράω,
    act of πειράομαι.
Περαιτέρω,
    adv., further, beyond, besides, Ac. 19.39.
Περιάπτω,
    to bind around, to put around; to kindle a fire around,
	Lu. 22.55.
Περιβλέπω,
    act of περιβλέπομαι.
Περιδρέμω,
    see περιτρέχω.
Περικαθίζω,
    to sit around, be seated around, Lu. 22.55.
Περιρραίνω,
    to sprinkle around, besprinkle, Re. 19.13.
Πετεινός, ή, όν,
    flying, winged, Mat. 6.28; 8.20; 13.4, 32. Mar. 4.4, 32.
	Lu. 8.5; 9.58; 12.24; 13.19. Ac. 10.12; 11.6. Ro. 1.23.
	Ja. 3.7.
Πιθός,
    see πειθός.
Πιμπράω, (for the more commond πίμπρημι)
    to blow, burn; to cause to swell, become tumid, Ac. 28.6.
Πινακίς, ίδος, ἡ,
    Lu. 1.63, see πινακίδιον.
Πλάνης, ητος, ὁ,
    see πλανήτης.
Πλέω,
    see πίμπλημι.
Πόνος, ου, ὁ, (πένομαι, to toil, work)
    to labor, toil; great trouble, intense desire, Col. 4.13;
	pain, Re. 16.10, 11; 21.4.
Πρέπω,
    see, πρέπει.
Προαιρέω,
    act. of προαιρέομαι.
Προβάτιον, ου, τό,
    a little sheep, Jn. 21.16, 17.
Προεπαγγέλλω,
    act. of προεπαγγέλλομαι. Ν.Τ.
Προθέσμιος, α, ον, (πρό & θεσμός, fixed, appointed)
    set beforehand, prearranged, Gal. 4.2.
Πρόϊμος,
    see πρώϊμος.
Προπάτωρ, ορος, ὁ, (πατήρ)
    a forefather, founder of a family or nation, Ro. 4.1.
Προσανέχω,
    to hold up besides; to rise up so as to approach, rise up
	towards, Ac. 27.27. L.G.
Προσδρέμω,
    see προστρέχω.
Πρόσκλησις, εως, ἡ,
    a judicial summons; an invitation, 1 Ti. 5.21.
Προσπαίω,
    a.1. προσέπαισα,
    to beat against, strike upon, Mat. 7.25.
Πρώϊος, (πρωΐ)
    Mat. 21.18; 27.1. Jn. 18.28.
Πρώτως, (πρῶτος)
    adv., first, Ac. 11.26.

Ρ, ρ, Ῥῶ

Ῥαίνω,
    see ῥαντίζω.
Ῥαχά,
    see ῥακά.
Ῥοπή, ῆς, ἡ, (ῥέπω, to sink)
    inclination downwards, 1 Co. 15.52.
Ῥυπαίνω, (ῥύπος, filth)
    to make filthy; defile, dishonor, Re. 22.11.

Σ, σ, Σίγμα

Σαρδιόνυξ,
    Re. 21.20. N.T. see σαρδόνυξ.
Σειρός, οῦ, ὁ,
    a pit, an underground granary, 2 Pe. 2.4.
Σιρικός,
    see σηρικός.
Σιρός,
    see σειρός.
Στάμνος, ου, ὁ, (ἵστημι)
    an earthen jar into which wine was drawn off for keeping, also
	used for other purposes (S. for Heb. צנצֶנֶת Ex. 16.30), He. 9.4.
Στασιαστής, οῦ, ὁ, (στασιάζω, to rebel, revolt)
    the author of or participant in an insurrrection, Mar. 15.7. L.G.
Στιβάς, άδος, ἡ, (στείβω, to tread on)
    a spread or layer of leaves, rushes, straw, etc., serving for
	a bed; that which is used in this way, a branch full of leaves,
	soft foliage, Mar. 11.8
Στρατοπέδαρχος, ου, ὁ,
    Ac. 28.16. N.T. στρατοπεδάρχης.
Συγγενίς, ίδος, ἡ,
    a kinswoman, Lu. 1.36. L.G.
Συλλυπέω,
    act of συλλυπέομαι.
Συμφάγω,
    συνεσθίω.
Συμμιμητής, οῦ, ὁ (σύν & μιμέομαι, to mimic, imitate)
    an imitator with others, Phi. 3.17. N.T.
Σύμφορος, ον,
    fit, suitable, useful; τὸ συμφορον, advantage, profit,
	1 Co. 7.35; 10.33.
Συναλλάσσω,
    to reconcile, Ac. 7.26.
Συναυξάνω,
    act. of συναυξάνομαι.
Συνβ-,
    see συμβ-.
Συνγ-,
    see συγγ-.
Συνεπιτίθημι,
    act of συνεπιτίθεμαι.
Συνζ-,
    see συζ-.
Συνιέω,
    see συνίημι.
Συνκατανεύω,
    to consent to, agree with, Ac. 18.27.
Συνκ-,
    see αυγκ-.
Συνλ-,
    see συλλ-.
Συνμ-,
    see συμμ-.
Συνπ-,
    see συμπ-.
Συνσ-,
    see συσ- & συσσ-.
Συνστ-,
    see συστ-.
Συνφ-,
    see συμφ-.
Συνχ-,
    see συγχ-.
Συνψ-,
    see συμψ-.
Σφυδρόν, οῦ, τό,
    Ac. 3.7. N.T. See σφυρόν.
Σφυρίς,
    Mat. 16.9. Mar. 8.8 See σπυρίς.

Τ, τ, Ταῦ

Τάχειον,
    see τάχιον.
Τεσσαρακονταδύο,
    forty-two, Re. 11.2; 13.5. N.T.
Τεσσαρακοντατέσσαρες, ων,
    forty-four, Re. 21.17. N.T.
Τεσσερ-
    see τεσσαρ-.
Τετρα-
    for τεσσαρα-.
Τετρααρχέω,
    for τετραρχέω.
Τετραάρχης,
    for τετράρχης.
Τεύχω,
    see τυγχάνω.
Τιθέω
    L.G. See τίθημι.
Τοίγε,
    Jn 4.2 Ac. 14.17; 17.27. He. 4.3; see καίτοιγε.
Τρῆμα, ατος, τό,
    a perforation, hole, Mat. 19.24. Lu. 18.25.
Τριχός,
    see θρίξ.
Τυπικῶς, (τύπος, an impress, counterpart,)
    adv., by way of example (prefiguratively), 1 Co. 10.11. N.T.

Υ, υ, Υ ψῑλόν

Ὑμεῖς,
    see σύ.
Ὑπερ-εγώ,
    2 Co. 11.23; see ὑπέρ.
Ὑπερεκπερισσῶς,
    adv., beyond measure, 1 Th. 5.13. N.T.
Ὑποζύγιος, α, ον,
    under the yoke; see ὑποζύγιον.
Ὑπόλειμμα v. ὐπόλιμμα, τος, τό,
    a remnant, Ro. 9.27.
Ὑποπιάζω, (L.G. for ὐποπιέζω)
    to keep down, keep in subjection, 1 Co. 9.27; see ὑπωπιάζω.
Ὑφαίνω,
    f. ὑφανῶ, to weave, Lu. 12.27.

Φ, φ, Φῖ

Φάγω,
    act. of φάγομαι, see ἐσθίω.
Φάρμακον, ου, τό,
    a drug, an enchantment, Re. 9.21.
Φημίζω,
    to spread a report, to disseminate by report, Mat. 28.15.
Φοινίκισσα,
    see Συροφοινίκισσα.

Χ, χ, Χῖ

Χράω,
    see κίχρημι above.
Χρίσμα,
    see χρῖσμα; see Win. Gram. p. 50.

Ψ, ψ, Ψῖ

Ψεύδομαι,
    see ψεύδω.
Ψευδομάρτυς,
    see ψευδομάρτυρ.

Ω, ω, Ὦ μέγα

Ὠτάριον, ου, τό, (dim. of οὖς)
    the ear, Mar. 14.47. Jn. 18.10.

Foot notes:
 1*Both the Authorized and the Revised Versions of Heb. ix. 15-16 give
countenance to the assumption that our Saviour made his last will and
testament, and by his death gave it validity. But in that case would not
his resurrection three days later, have rendered it null and void? The
subject under discussion in Hebrews ix. is not two testaments or wills,
but two covenants or agreements; and the death referred to seems to be
not the death of a "testator," or mediator but the death of the
sacrifice which was offered after the custom of ancient times when a
solemn covenant was made, and whose blood sprinkled on the ground and
over the covenanting parties, sealed the covenant, which was of no force
until the sacrifice was slain. The first covenant was sealed with the
blood of calves and goats; the second covenant with the blood of the Son
of God. Heb. ix. 15-26; xiii. 20; Exod. xxiv. 4-8; Gen. xv. 8-18; Mark
xiv. 24. He was not only the mediator of the new covenant, but also the
sacrifice which sealed it, all types combining in Him. For an extended
discussion of this subject, consulting Macknight on The Epistles, and
Granville Penn's Notes on The New Covenant. Heb. ix. 15-16.





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