GREEK DICTIONARY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT by James Strong, S.T.D., LL.D.

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THE AGES DIGITAL LIBRARY REFERENCE GREEK DICTIONARY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT by James Strong, S.T.D., LL.D. B o o k s Fo r Th e A g e s AGES Software ã Albany, OR USA Version 1.0 © 1997 2 A (1) A a , — al'-fah; of Hebrew origin; the first letter of the alphabet; figurative only (from its use as a numeral) the first: — Alpha. Often used (usually ajn an, before a vowel) also in composition (as a contraction from (427) (a]neu,)) in the sense of privation; so in many words beginning with this lett
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  T HE AGES   D IGITAL L IBRARY REFERENCE G REEK D ICTIONARY OFTHE N EW T ESTAMENT by James Strong, S.T.D., LL.D. B o o k s F o r T h e A g e s AGES Software ã Albany, OR USAVersion 1.0 © 1997  2 A (1) A a , —   al'-fah ; of Hebrew srcin; the first letter of the alphabet;figurative only (from its use as a numeral) the  first  : — Alpha.Often used (usually ajn   an , before a vowel) also in composition(as a contraction from (427)  ( a]neu ,)) in the sense of  privation ;so in many words beginning with this letter; occasionally in thesense of union  (as a contraction of (260)  ( a[ma )). (2) ∆Aarw>n , —   ah-ar-ohn'  ; of Hebrew srcin [ Hebrew {175} ('Aharown)];  Aaron , the brother of Moses: — Aaron. (3) ∆Abaddw>n , —   ab-ad-dohn'  ; of Hebrew srcin [ Hebrew {11} ('abaddown)]; a destroying angel : — Abaddon. (4) ajbarh>v,  — ab-ar-ace'  ; from (1)  ( a ) (as a negative particle) and (922) ( ba>rov ); weightless , i.e. (figurative) not burdensome : — from being burdensome. (5) ∆Abba~ , —   ab-bah'  ; of Chaldee srcin [ Hebrew {2}  ('ab (Chaldee))];  father   (as a vocative): — Abba. (6) &Abel , —   ab'-el ; of Hebrew srcin [ Hebrew {1893}  (Hebel)];  Abel ,the son of Adam: — Abel. (7) ∆Abia> , —   ab-ee-ah'  ; of Hebrew srcin [ Hebrew {29}  ('Abiyah)];  Abijah , the name of two Israelites: — Abia. (8) ∆Abia>qar , —   ab-ee-ath'-ar  ; of Hebrew srcin [ Hebrew {54} ('Ebyathar)];  Abiathar  , an Israelite: — Abiathar. (9) ∆Abilhnh> , —   ab-ee-lay-nay'  ; of foreign srcin [compare Hebrew {58} ('abel)];  Abilene , a region of Syria: — Abilene. (10) ∆Abiou>d , —   ab-ee-ood'  ; of Hebrew srcin [ Hebrew {31} ('Abiyhuwd)];  Abihud  , an Israelite: — Abiud.  3 (11) ∆Abraa>m , —   ab-rah-am'  ; of Hebrew srcin [ Hebrew {85} ('Abraham)];  Abraham , the Hebrew patriarch: — Abraham. [InActs 7:16 the text should probably read  Jacob .] (12) a]bussov,  — ab'-us-sos ; from (1)  ( a ) (as a negative particle) and avariation of (1037)  ( buqo>v ); depthless , i.e. (special) (infernal)“ abyss ”: — deep, (bottomless) pit. (13) &Agabov,  — ag’-ab-os ; of Hebrew srcin [compare Hebrew {2285} (Chagab)];  Agabus , an Israelite: — Agabus. (14) ajgaqoerge>w , —   ag-ath-er-gheh’-o ; from (18)  ( ajgaqo>v ) and  (2041)  ( e]rgon ); to work good  : — do good. (15) ajgaqopoie>w , —   ag-ath-op-oy-eh’-o ; from (17)  ( ajgaqopoio>v );to be a well-doer   (as a favor or a duty): — (when) do good (well). (16) ajgaqopoii`  >a , —   ag-ath-op-oy-ee’-ah ; from (17)  ( ajgaqopoio>v ); well-doing , i.e. virtue : — well-doing. (17) ajgaqopoio>v,  — ag-ath-op-oy-os’ ; from (18)  ( ajgaqo>v ) and (4160) ( poie>w ); a well-doer  , i.e. virtuous : — them that do well. (18) ajgaqo>v,  — ag-ath-os’ ; a primary word; “ good  ” (in any sense, oftenas noun): — benefit, good (-s, things), well. Compare (2570) ( kalo>v ). (19) ajgaqwsu>nh , —   ag-ath-o-soo’-nay ; from (18)  ( ajgaqo>v ); goodness , i.e. virtue  or beneficence : — goodness. (20) ajgalli>asiv,  — ag-al-lee’-as-is ; from (21)  ( ajgallia>w ); exultation ; specially welcome : — gladness, (exceeding) joy. (21) ajgallia>w , —   ag-al-lee-ah’-o ; from a]gan  ( much ) and (242) ( a[llomai ); properly to  jump for joy , i.e. exult  : — be(exceeding) glad, with exceeding joy, rejoice (greatly). (22) a]gamov,  — ag’-am-os ; from (1)  ( a ) (as a negative particle) and  (1062)  ( ga>mov ); unmarried  : — unmarried.  4 (23) ajganakte>w , —   ag-an-ak-teh’-o ; from a]gan  ( much ) and a]cqov ( grief  ; akin to the base of (43)  ( ajgka>lh )); to be greatlyafflicted  , i.e. (figurative) indignant  : — be much (sore) displeased,have (be moved with, with) indignation. (24) ajgana>kthsiv,  — ag-an-ak’-tay-sis ; from (23)  ( ajganakte>w ); indignation : — indignation. (25) ajgapa>w , —   ag-ap-ah’-o ; perhaps from a]gan  ( much ) [or compare Hebrew {5689}  (`agab)]; to love  (in a social or moral sense): — (be-) love (-ed). Compare (5368)  ( file>w ). (26) ajga>ph , —   ag-ah’-pay ; from (25)  ( ajgapa>w ); love , i.e. affection  or  benevolence ; specially (plural) a love-feast  : — (feast of) charity([-ably]), dear, love. (27) ajgaphto>v,  — ag-ap-ay-tos’ ; from (25)  ( ajgapa>w ); beloved  : — (dearly, well) beloved, dear. (28) &Agar , —   ag’-ar  ; of Hebrew srcin [ Hebrew {1904}  (Hagar)];  Hagar  , the concubine of Abraham: — Hagar. (29) ajggareu>w , —   ang-ar-yew’-o ; of foreign srcin [compare Hebrew{104}  (‘iggera’ (Chaldee))]; properly to be a courier  , i.e., (byimplication) to  press  into public service: — compel (to go). (30) ajggei~on , —   ang-eye’-on ; from a]ggov  (a  pail , perhaps as bent  ;compare the base of (43)  ( ajgka>lh )); a receptacle : — vessel. (31) ajggeli>a , —   ang-el-ee’-ah ; from (32)  ( a]ggelov ); an announcement  , i.e. (by implication)  precept  : — message. (32) a]ggelov,  — ang’-el-os ; from ajgge>llw  [probably derivative from (71)  ( a]gw ); compare (34)  ( ajge>lh )] (to bring tidings ); a messenger  ; especially an “ angel ”; by implication a  pastor  : — angel, messenger. (33) a]ge , —   ag’-eh ; imperative of (71)  ( a]gw ); properly lead  , i.e. come on: — go to.
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