Greek Dictionary (Lexicon-Concordance)

#G0900 - #G0949

G0900


  #0900 βαθύνω bathuno {bath-oo'-no}

 from G0901; TDNT - n/a; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) 'the deep' sea (the 'high seas')
 2) deep, extreme poverty, the deep things of God, things hidden
    and above man's scrutiny, especially divine counsels
 3) to make deep

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0901; to deepen:—deep.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - dig deep + G4626 1; 1
deep
Luke 6:48.

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G0901


  #0901 βαθύς bathus {bath-oos'}

 from the base of G0939; TDNT - n/a; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) deep

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From the base of G0939; profound (as going down), literally or figuratively:—deep, very early.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - deep 2, very early in the morning + G3722 1; 3
deep
John 4:11. Acts 20:9.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
morning
Luke 24:1.

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G0902


  #0902 βάϊον baion {bah-ee'-on}

 a diminutive of a derivative probably of the base of G0939; TDNT - n/a; n n

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a palm branch

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

A diminutive of a derivative probably of the base of G0939; a palm twig (as going out far):—branch.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - branch 1; 1
branches
John 12:13.

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G0903


  #0903 Βαλαάμ Balaam {bal-ah-am'}

 of Hebrew origin H1109; TDNT - 1:524,91; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Balaam meaning "perhaps"
 1) A native of Pethor a city in Mesopotamia, endued by Jehovah with
    prophetic power. He was hired by Balak to curse the Israelites;
    and influenced by the love of reward, he wished to gratify Balak;
    but he was compelled by Jehovah's power to bless them. Hence
    later the Jews saw him as a most abandoned deceiver.

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Hebrew origin [H1109]; Balaam, a mesopotamian (symbolic of a false teacher):—Balaam.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Balaam 3; 3
Balaam
2 Peter 2:15. Jude 1:11. Revelation 2:14.

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G0904


  #0904 Βαλάκ Balak {bal-ak'}

 of Hebrew origin H1111; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Balak = "a devastator or spoiler"
 1) a king of Moab

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Hebrew origin [H1111]; Balak, a Moabite:—Balac.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Balac 1; 1
Balac
Revelation 2:14.

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G0905


  #0905 βαλλάντιον ballantion {bal-lan'-tee-on}

 probably remotely from G0906 (as a depository); TDNT - 1:525,91; n n

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a money bag, purse

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Probably remotely from G0906 (as a depository); a pouch (for money):—bag, purse.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - purse 3, bag 1; 4
bags
Luke 12:33.
purse
Luke 10:4; 22:35, 36.

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G0906


  #0906 βάλλω ballo {bal'-lo}

 a primary word; TDNT - 1:526,91; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to throw or let go of a thing without caring where it falls
    1a) to scatter, to throw, cast into
    1b) to give over to one's care uncertain about the result
    1c) of fluids
        1c1) to pour, pour into of rivers
        1c2) to pour out
 2) to put into, insert

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

A primary verb; to throw (in various applications, more or less violent or intense):—arise, cast (out), X dung, lay, lie, pour, put (up), send, strike, throw (down), thrust. Compare G4496.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - cast 86, put 13, thrust 5, cast out 4, lay 3, lie 2, misc 12; 125
arose
Acts 27:14.
cast
Matthew 3:10; 4:6; 5:13, 25, 29, 29, 30, 30; 6:30; 7:6, 19; 13:42, 47, 48, 50; 15:26; 17:27; 18:8, 8, 9, 9, 30; 21:21; 27:35. Mark 4:26; 7:27; 9:22, 42, 45, 47; 11:23; 12:41, 43, 43. Luke 3:9; 4:9; 12:28, 58; 13:19; 14:35; 21:3, 4, 4; 23:19, 25, 34. John 3:24; 8:7, 59; 15:6, 6; 19:24; 21:6, 6, 7. Acts 16:23, 37. Revelation 2:10, 14, 22; 4:10; 8:5, 7, 8; 12:4, 13, 15, 16; 14:19; 18:19, 21; 19:20; 20:3, 10, 14, 15.
casteth
1 John 4:18. Revelation 6:13.
casting
Matthew 4:18; 27:35. Mark 1:16; 15:24. Luke 21:1, 2.
down
Revelation 18:21.
him
John 8:7.
in
Mark 12:41, 42, 43, 44, 44. Revelation 14:16, 19.
laid
Matthew 8:14. Mark 7:30. Luke 16:20.
lieth
Matthew 8:6.
lying
Matthew 9:2.
out
Revelation 12:9, 9, 9.
poured
Matthew 26:12.
poureth
John 13:5.
put
Matthew 9:17, 17; 25:27; 27:6. Mark 7:33. John 5:7; 13:2; 20:25. James 3:3. Revelation 2:24.
putteth
Mark 2:22. Luke 5:37.
send
Matthew 10:34, 34. Luke 12:49.
shall
Revelation 18:21.
strike
Mark 14:65.
therein
John 12:6.
threw
Acts 22:23.
thrust
John 20:25, 27. Acts 16:24.
up
John 18:11.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
dung
Luke 13:8.

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G0907


  #0907 βαπτίζω baptizo {bap-tid'-zo}

 from a derivative of G0911; TDNT - 1:529,92; verb

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to dip repeatedly, to immerse, to submerge (of vessels sunk)
 2) to cleanse by dipping or submerging, to wash, to make clean
    with water, to wash one's self, bathe
 3) to overwhelm

 ++++
   Not to be confused with G0911, bapto. The clearest example that shows
 the meaning of baptizo is a text from the Greek poet and physician
 Nicander, who lived about 200 B.C. It is a recipe for making pickles
 and is helpful because it uses both words. Nicander says that in
 order to make a pickle, the vegetable should first be 'dipped'
 (bapto) into boiling water and then 'baptised' (baptizo) in the
 vinegar solution. Both verbs concern the immersing of vegetables in a
 solution. But the first is temporary. The second, the act of
 baptising the vegetable, produces a permanent change.
   When used in the New Testament, this word more often refers to our
 union and identification with Christ than to our water baptism. e.g.
 Mark 16:16. 'He that believes and is baptised shall be saved'.
 Christ is saying that mere intellectual assent is not enough. There
 must be a union with him, a real change, like the vegetable to the
 pickle!
   Bible Study Magazine, James Montgomery Boice, May 1989.

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From a derivative of G0911; to make whelmed (that is, fully wet); used only (in the New Testament) of ceremonial ablution, especially (technically) of the ordinance of Christian baptism:—baptist, baptize, wash.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - baptize (76), wash 2, baptist 1, baptized + G2258 1; 80
are
1 Corinthians 12:13.
Baptist
Mark 6:14.
baptize
Matthew 3:11, 11. Mark 1:4, 8. Luke 3:16, 16. John 1:26, 33. 1 Corinthians 1:17.
baptized
Matthew 3:6, 13, 14, 16; 20:22, 23. Mark 1:5, 8, 9; 10:38, 39; 16:16. Luke 3:7, 12, 21; 7:29, 30. John 3:22, 23; 4:1, 2. Acts 1:5, 5; 2:38, 41; 8:12, 13, 16, 36, 38; 9:18; 10:47, 48; 11:16, 16; 16:15, 33; 18:8; 19:3, 4, 5; 22:16. Romans 6:3, 3. 1 Corinthians 1:13, 14, 15, 16, 16; 10:2; 12:13; 15:29, 29. Galatians 3:27.
baptizeth
John 1:33; 3:26.
baptizing
Matthew 28:19. John 1:28, 31; 3:23.
being
Luke 7:30.
had
Luke 11:38.
should
Acts 10:47.
thou
John 1:25.
wash
Mark 7:4.
washed
Luke 11:38.
were
Mark 1:5. 1 Corinthians 10:2.
with
Matthew 20:22, 23. Mark 10:38. Luke 12:50.
withal
Mark 10:39.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
baptized
Luke 3:21. John 10:40.

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G0908


  #0908 βάπτισμα baptisma {bap'-tis-mah}

 from G0907; TDNT - 1:545,92; n n

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) immersion, submersion
    1a) of calamities and afflictions with which one is quite overwhelmed
    1b) of John's baptism, that purification rite by which men on
        confessing their sins were bound to spiritual reformation,
        obtained the pardon of their past sins and became qualified
        for the benefits of the Messiah's kingdom soon to be set up.
        This was valid Christian baptism, as this was the only baptism
        the apostles received and it is not recorded anywhere that
        they were ever rebaptised after Pentecost.
    1c) of Christian baptism; a rite of immersion in water as
        commanded by Christ, by which one after confessing his sins
        and professing his faith in Christ, having been born again by
        the Holy Spirit unto a new life, identifies publicly with the
        fellowship of Christ and the church.

 ++++
 In Rom. 6:3 Paul states we are "baptised unto death" meaning that we
 are not only dead to our former ways, but they are buried. To return
 to them is as unthinkable for a Christian as for one to dig up a dead
 corpse! In Moslem countries a new believer has little trouble with
 Moslems until he is publicly baptised. It is then, that the Moslems'
 know he means business, and then the persecution starts. See also
 discussion of baptism under No. G0907.

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0907; baptism (technically or figuratively):—baptism.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - baptism 22; 22
baptism
Matthew 3:7; 20:22, 23; 21:25. Mark 1:4; 10:38, 39; 11:30. Luke 3:3; 7:29; 12:50; 20:4. Acts 1:22; 10:37; 13:24; 18:25; 19:3, 4. Romans 6:4. Ephesians 4:5. Colossians 2:12. 1 Peter 3:21.

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G0909


  #0909 βαπτισμός baptismos {bap-tis-mos'}

 from G0907; TDNT - 1:545,92; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a washing, purification effected by means of water
    1a) of washing prescribed by the Mosaic law (Heb 9:10) which seems
        to mean an exposition of the difference between the washings
        prescribed by the Mosaic law and Christian baptism

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0907; ablution (ceremonially or Christian):—baptism, washing.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - washing 3, baptism 1; 4
baptisms
Hebrews 6:2.
washing
Mark 7:4, 8.
washings
Hebrews 9:10.

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G0910


  #0910 βαπτιστής Baptistes {bap-tis-tace'}

 from G0907; TDNT - 1:545,92; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a baptiser
 2) one who administers the rite of baptism
 3) the surname of John, the forerunner of Christ

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0907; a baptizer, as an epithet of Christ's forerunner:—Baptist.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Baptist 14; 14
Baptist
Matthew 3:1; 11:11, 12; 14:2; 17:13. Mark 6:24, 25; 8:28. Luke 7:20, 28, 33; 9:19.
Baptist's
Matthew 14:8.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
Baptist
Matthew 16:14.

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G0911


  #0911 βάπτω bapto {bap'-to}

 a primary word; TDNT - 1:529,92; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to dip, dip in, immerse
 2) to dip into dye, to dye, colour

 ++++
 Not to be confused with G0907, baptizo. The clearest example that shows
 the meaning of baptizo is a text from the Greek poet and physician
 Nicander, who lived about 200 B.C. It is a recipe for making pickles
 and is helpful because it uses both words. Nicander says that in
 order to make a pickle, the vegetable should first be 'dipped'
 (bapto) into boiling water and then 'baptised' (baptizo) in the
 vinegar solution. Both verbs concern the immersing of vegetables in a
 solution. But the first is temporary. The second, the act of
 baptising the vegetable, produces a permanent change.

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

A primary verb; to whelm, that is, cover wholly with a fluid; in the New Testament only in a qualified or specific sense, that is, (literally) to moisten (a part of one's person), or (by implication) to stain (as with dye):—dip.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - dip 3; 3
dip
Luke 16:24.
dipped
John 13:26. Revelation 19:13.

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G0912


  #0912 Βαραββᾶς Barabbas {bar-ab-bas'}

 of Aramaic origin H1347 and H0005; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Barabbas = "son of a father or master"
 1) the captive robber whom the Jews begged Pilate to release
    instead of Christ

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Chaldee origin ([H1347] and G0005 (Greek)); son of Abba; Bar-abbas, an Israelite:—Barabbas.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Barabbas 11; 11
Barabbas
Matthew 27:16, 17, 20, 21, 26. Mark 15:7, 11, 15. Luke 23:18. John 18:40, 40.

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G0913


  #0913 Βαράκ Barak {bar-ak'}

 of Hebrew origin H1301; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Barak = "lightning"
 1) a commander of the Israelites

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Hebrew origin [H1301]; Barak, an Israelite:—Barak.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Barak 1; 1
Barak
Hebrews 11:32.

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G0914


  #0914 Βαραχίας Barachias {bar-akh-ee'-as}

 of Hebrew origin H1296; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Barachiah = "Jehovah blesses"
 1) said to be the father of the Zachariah slain in the temple

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Hebrew origin [H1296]; Barachias (that is, Berechijah), an Israelite:—Barachias.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Barachias 1; 1
Barachias
Matthew 23:35.

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G0915


  #0915 βάρβαρος barbaros {bar'-bar-os}

 of uncertain derivation; TDNT - 1:546,94; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) one whose speech is rude, rough and harsh
 2) one who speaks a foreign or strange language which is not
    understood by another
 3) used by the Greeks of any foreigner ignorant of the Greek
    language, whether mental or moral, with the added notion after
    the Persian war, of rudeness and brutality. The word is used
    in the N.T. without the idea of reproachfulness.

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of uncertain derivation; a foreigner (that is, non Greek):—barbarian (-rous).

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - barbarian 5, barbarous 1; 6
barbarian
1 Corinthians 14:11, 11. Colossians 3:11.
barbarians
Acts 28:4. Romans 1:14.
people
Acts 28:2.

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G0916


  #0916 βαρέω bareo {bar-eh'-o}

 from G0926; TDNT - 1:558,95; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to burden, weigh down, depress

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0926; to weigh down (figuratively):—burden, charge, heavy, press.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - be heavy 3, be pressed 1, be burdened 1, be charged 1; 6
burdened
2 Corinthians 5:4.
charged
1 Timothy 5:16.
heavy
Matthew 26:43. Mark 14:40. Luke 9:32.
let
1 Timothy 5:16.
out
2 Corinthians 1:8.

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G0917


  #0917 βαρέως bareos {bar-eh'-oce}

 from G0926; TDNT - n/a; adv

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) heavily, with difficulty

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Adverb from G0926; heavily (figuratively):—dull.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - dully 2; 2
dull
Matthew 13:15. Acts 28:27.

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G0918


  #0918 Βαρθολομαῖος Bartholomaios {bar-thol-om-ah'-yos}

 of Aramaic origin H1247 and H8526; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Bartholomew = "son of Tolmai"
 1) one of the twelve apostles of Christ

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Chaldee origin [H1247] and [H8526]; son of Tolmai; Bar-tholomaeus, a Christian apostle:—Bartholomeus.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Bartholomew 4; 4
Bartholomew
Matthew 10:3. Mark 3:18. Luke 6:14. Acts 1:13.

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G0919


  #0919 Βαριησοῦς Bariesous {bar-ee-ay-sooce'}

 of Aramaic origin H1247 and H3091; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Barjesus = "son of Jesus"
 1) a certain false prophet

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Chaldee origin [H1247] and [H3091]; son of Jesus (or Joshua); Barjesus, an Israelite:—Barjesus.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Barjesus 1; 1
Barjesus
Acts 13:6.

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G0920


  #0920 βαριωνᾶ[ς] Barionas {bar-ee-oo-nas'}

 of Aramaic origin H1247 and H3124; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Barjona = "son of Jonah"
 1) the surname of the apostle Peter

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Chaldee origin [H1247] and [H3124]; son of Jonas (or Jonah); Bar-jonas, an Israelite:—Bar-jona.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Barjona 1; 1
Barjona
Matthew 16:17.

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G0921


  #0921 Βαρναβᾶς Barnabas {bar-nab'-as}

 of Aramaic origin H1247 and H5029; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Barnabas = "son of rest"
 1) the surname of Joses or Joseph, a Levite, a native of Cyprus
    He was a distinguished Christian teacher and companion and
    colleague of Paul.

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Chaldee origin [H1247] and [H5029]; son of Nabas (that is, prophecy); Barnabas, an Israelite:—Barnabas.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Barnabas 29; 29
Barnabas
Acts 4:36; 9:27; 11:22, 25, 30; 12:25; 13:1, 2, 7, 43, 46, 50; 14:14, 20; 15:2, 2, 12, 22, 25, 35, 37, 39. 1 Corinthians 9:6. Galatians 2:1, 9, 13. Colossians 4:10.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
Barnabas
Acts 14:12; 15:36.

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G0922


  #0922 βάρος baros {bar'-os}

 probably from the same as G0939 (through the notion of going down;
    cf G0899); TDNT - 1:553,95; n n

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) heaviness, weight, burden, trouble

 For Synonyms see entry G5819

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Probably from the same as G0939 (through the notion of going down; compare G0899); weight; in the New Testament only, figuratively a load, abundance, authority:—burden (-some), weight.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - burden 4, burdensome + G1722 1, weight 1; 6
burden
Matthew 20:12. Acts 15:28. Revelation 2:24.
burdens
Galatians 6:2.
weight
2 Corinthians 4:17.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
burdensome
1 Thessalonians 2:6.

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G0923


  #0923 Βαρσαββᾶς Barsabas {bar-sab-as'}

 of Aramaic origin H1247 and probably H6634; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Barsabas = "son of Sabas"
 1) the surname of a certain Joseph (Acts 1:23)
 2) the surname of a certain Judas (Acts 15:22)

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Chaldee origin [H1247] and probably [H6634]; son of Sabas (or Tsaba); Barsabas, the name of two Israelites:—Barsabas.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Joseph 1, Judas 1; 2
Barsabas
Acts 1:23; 15:22.

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G0924


  #0924 Βαρτιμαῖος Bartimaios {bar-tim-ah'-yos}

 of Aramaic origin H1247 and H2931; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Bartimaeus = "son of Timaeus"
 1) a certain blind man

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Chaldee origin [H1247] and [H2931]; son of Timaeus (or the unclean); Bartimaeus, an Israelite:—Bartimus.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Bartimaeus 1; 1
Bartimaeus
Mark 10:46.

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G0925


  #0925 βαρύνω baruno {bar-oo'-no}

 from G0926; TDNT - n/a; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to weigh down, overcharge

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0926; to burden (figuratively):—overcharge.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - be overcharged 1; 1
overcharged
Luke 21:34.

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G0926


  #0926 βαρύς barus {bar-ooce'}

 from the same as G0922; TDNT - 1:556,95; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) heavy in weight
 2) metaph.
    2a) burdensome
    2b) severe, stern
    2c) weighty
        2c1) of great moment
    2d) violent, cruel, unsparing

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From the same as G0922; weighty, that is, (figuratively) burdensome, grave:—grievous, heavy, weightier.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - grievous 3, heavy 1, weighty 1, weighter 1; 6
grievous
Acts 20:29; 25:7. 1 John 5:3.
heavy
Matthew 23:4.
weightier
Matthew 23:23.
weighty
2 Corinthians 10:10.

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G0927


  #0927 βαρύτιμος barutimos {bar-oo'-tim-os}

 from G0926 and G5092; TDNT - n/a; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) of weighty, great value, very precious, costly

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0926 and G5092; highly valuable:—very precious.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - very precious 1; 1
precious
Matthew 26:7.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0928


  #0928 βασανίζω basanizo {bas-an-id'-zo}

 from G0931; TDNT - 1:561,96; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to test (metals) by the touchstone, which is a black siliceous
    stone used to test the purity of gold or silver by the colour
    of the streak produced on it by rubbing it with either metal
 2) to question by applying torture
 3) to torture
 4) to vex with grievous pains (of body or mind), to torment
 5) to be harassed, distressed
    5a) of those who at sea are struggling with a head wind

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0931; to torture:—pain, toil, torment, toss, vex.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - torment 8, pain 1, toss 1, vex 1, toil 1; 12
pained
Revelation 12:2.
toiling
Mark 6:48.
torment
Matthew 8:29. Mark 5:7. Luke 8:28.
tormented
Matthew 8:6. Revelation 9:5; 11:10; 14:10; 20:10.
tossed
Matthew 14:24.
vexed
2 Peter 2:8.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0929


  #0929 βασανισμός basanismos {bas-an-is-mos'}

 from G0928; TDNT - 1:561,96; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to torture, a testing by the touchstone, which is a black siliceous
    stone used to test the purity of gold or silver by the colour of
    the streak produced on it by rubbing it with either metal
 2) torment, torture
    2a) the act of tormenting
    2b) the state or condition of those tormented

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0928; torture:—torment.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - torment 6; 6
torment
Revelation 9:5, 5; 14:11; 18:7, 10, 15.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0930


  #0930 βασανιστής basanistes {bas-an-is-tace'}

 from G0928; TDNT - 1:561,96; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) one who elicits the truth by the use of the rack
    1a) an inquisitor, torturer also used of a jailer doubtless
        because the business of torturing was also assigned to him

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0928; a torturer:—tormentor.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - tormentor 1; 1
tormentors
Matthew 18:34.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0931


  #0931 βάσανος basanos {bas'-an-os}

 perhaps remotely from the same as G0939 (through the notion of
    going to the bottom); TDNT - 1:561,96; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a touchstone, which is a black siliceous stone used to
    test the purity of gold or silver by the colour of the
    streak produced on it by rubbing it with either metal
 2) the rack or instrument of torture by which one is forced
    to divulge the truth
 3) torture, torment, acute pains
    3a) of the pains of a disease
    3b) of those in hell after death

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Perhaps remotely from the same as G0939 (through the notion of going to the bottom); a touch stone, that is, (by analogy) torture:—torment.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - torment 3; 3
torment
Luke 16:28.
torments
Matthew 4:24. Luke 16:23.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0932


  #0932 βασιλεία basileia {bas-il-i'-ah}

 from G0935; TDNT - 1:579,97; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) royal power, kingship, dominion, rule
    1a) not to be confused with an actual kingdom but rather the
        right or authority to rule over a kingdom
    1b) of the royal power of Jesus as the triumphant Messiah
    1c) of the royal power and dignity conferred on Christians in the
        Messiah's kingdom
 2) a kingdom, the territory subject to the rule of a king
 3) used in the N.T. to refer to the reign of the Messiah

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0935; properly royalty, that is, (abstractly) rule, or (concretely) a realm (literally or figuratively):—kingdom, + reign.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - kingdom (of God) 71, kingdom (of heaven) 32,
      kingdom (general or evil) 20, (Thy or Thine) kingdom 6,
      His kingdom 6, the kingdom 5, (My) kingdom 4, misc 18; 162
kingdom
Matthew 3:2; 4:17, 23; 5:3, 10, 19, 19, 20; 6:10, 13, 33; 7:21; 8:11, 12; 9:35; 10:7; 11:11, 12; 12:25, 26, 28; 13:11, 19, 24, 31, 33, 38, 41, 43, 44, 45, 47, 52; 16:19, 28; 18:1, 3, 4, 23; 19:12, 14, 23, 24; 20:1, 21; 21:31, 43; 22:2; 23:13; 24:7, 7, 14; 25:1, 34; 26:29. Mark 1:14, 15; 3:24, 24; 4:11, 26, 30; 6:23; 9:1, 47; 10:14, 15, 23, 24, 25; 11:10; 12:34; 13:8, 8; 14:25; 15:43. Luke 1:33; 4:43; 6:20; 7:28; 8:1, 10; 9:2, 11, 27, 60, 62; 10:9, 11; 11:2, 17, 18, 20; 12:31, 32; 13:18, 20, 28, 29; 14:15; 16:16; 17:20, 20, 21; 18:16, 17, 24, 25, 29; 19:11, 12, 15; 21:10, 10, 31; 22:16, 18, 29, 30; 23:42, 51. John 3:3, 5; 18:36, 36, 36. Acts 1:3, 6; 8:12; 14:22; 19:8; 20:25; 28:23, 31. Romans 14:17. 1 Corinthians 4:20; 6:9, 10; 15:24, 50. Galatians 5:21. Ephesians 5:5. Colossians 1:13; 4:11. 1 Thessalonians 2:12. 2 Thessalonians 1:5. 2 Timothy 4:1, 18. Hebrews 1:8; 12:28. James 2:5. 2 Peter 1:11. Revelation 1:9; 12:10; 16:10; 17:12, 17.
kingdoms
Matthew 4:8. Luke 4:5. Hebrews 11:33. Revelation 11:15.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
reigneth
Revelation 17:18.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0933


  #0933 βασίλειον basileion {bas-il'-i-on}

 of G0934; TDNT - n/a; n n

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) the royal palace

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Neuter of G0934; a palace:—king's court.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - king's court + G3588 1; 1
courts
Luke 7:25.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0934


  #0934 βασίλειος basileios {bas-il'-i-os}

 from G0935; TDNT - 1:591,97; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) royal, kingly, regal

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0935; kingly (in nature):—royal.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - royal 1; 1
royal
1 Peter 2:9.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0935


  #0935 βασιλεύς basileus {bas-il-yooce'}

 probably from G0939 (through the notion of a foundation of power);
    TDNT - 1:576,97; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) leader of the people, prince, commander, lord of the land, king

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Probably from G0939 (through the notion of a foundation of power); a sovereign (abstractly, relatively or figuratively):—king.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - king 82, King (of Jews) 21, King (God or Christ) 11,
      King (of Israel) 4; 118
king
Matthew 1:6, 6; 2:1, 2, 3, 9; 5:35; 14:9; 18:23; 21:5; 22:2, 7, 11, 13; 25:34, 40; 27:11, 29, 37, 42. Mark 6:14, 22, 25, 26, 27; 15:2, 9, 12, 18, 26, 32. Luke 1:5; 14:31, 31; 19:38; 23:2, 3, 37, 38. John 1:49; 6:15; 12:13, 15; 18:33, 37, 37, 39; 19:3, 12, 14, 15, 15, 19, 21, 21. Acts 7:10, 18; 12:1; 13:21, 22; 17:7; 25:13, 14, 24, 26; 26:2, 7, 13, 19, 26, 27, 30. 2 Corinthians 11:32. 1 Timothy 1:17; 6:15. Hebrews 7:1, 2, 2, 2; 11:27. 1 Peter 2:13, 17. Revelation 9:11; 15:3; 17:14; 19:16.
kings
Matthew 10:18; 17:25. Mark 13:9. Luke 10:24; 21:12; 22:25. Acts 4:26; 9:15. 1 Timothy 2:2. Hebrews 7:1. Revelation 1:5, 6; 5:10; 6:15; 10:11; 16:12, 14; 17:2, 10, 12, 12, 14, 18; 18:3, 9; 19:16, 18, 19; 21:24.
king's
Acts 12:20. Hebrews 11:23.
kings'
Matthew 11:8.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0936


  #0936 βασιλεύω basileuo {bas-il-yoo'-o}

 from G0935; TDNT - 1:590,97; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to be king, to exercise kingly power, to reign
    1a) of the governor of a province
    1b) of the rule of the Messiah
    1c) of the reign of Christians in the millennium
 2) metaph. to exercise the highest influence, to control

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0935; to rule (literally or figuratively):—king, reign.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - reign 20, king 1, 21
kings
1 Corinthians 4:8. 1 Timothy 6:15.
let
Romans 6:12.
might
Romans 5:21.
reign
Matthew 2:22. Luke 1:33; 19:14, 27. Romans 5:17, 21; 6:12. 1 Corinthians 4:8; 15:25. Revelation 5:10; 11:15; 20:6; 22:5.
reigned
Romans 5:14, 17, 21. Revelation 11:17; 20:4.
reigneth
Revelation 19:6.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0937


  #0937 βασιλικός basilikos {bas-il-ee-kos'}

 from G0935; TDNT - 1:591,97; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) of or belong to a king, kingly, royal, regal
    1a) of a man, the officer or minister of a prince, a courtier
 2) subject to a king
    2a) of a country
 3) befitting or worthy of a king, royal
 4) metaph. principal, chief

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0935; regal (in relation), that is, (literally) belonging to (or befitting) the sovereign (as land, dress, or a courtier), or (figuratively) preeminent:—king's, nobleman, royal.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - nobleman 2, royal 2, king's country + G3588 1; 5
king's
Acts 12:20.
nobleman
John 4:46, 49.
royal
Acts 12:21. James 2:8.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0938


  #0938 βασίλισσα basilissa {bas-il'-is-sah}

 from G0936; TDNT - 1:590,97; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) queen

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Feminine from G0936; a queen:—queen.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - queen 4; 4
queen
Matthew 12:42. Luke 11:31. Acts 8:27. Revelation 18:7.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0939


  #0939 βάσις basis {bas'-ece}

 from baino (to walk); TDNT - n/a; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a stepping, walking
 2) that with which one steps, the foot

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From βαίνω [[baino]] (to walk); a pace ("base"), that is, (by implication) the foot:—foot.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - foot (sole of) 1; 1
feet
Acts 3:7.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0940


  #0940 βασκαίνω baskaino {bas-kah'-ee-no}

 akin to G5335; TDNT - 1:594,102; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to speak ill of one, to slander, traduce him
 2) to bring evil on one by feigning praise or an evil eye
 3) to charm, to bewitch

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Akin to G5335; to malign, that is, (by extension) to fascinate (by false representations):—bewitch.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - bewitch 1; 1
bewitched
Galatians 3:1.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0941


  #0941 βαστάζω bastazo {bas-tad'-zo}

 perhaps remotely derived from the base of G0939 (through the idea
    of removal); TDNT - 1:596,102; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to take up with the hands
 2) to take up in order to carry or bear, to put upon one's self
    (something) to be carried
    2a) to bear what is burdensome
 3) to bear, to carry
    3a) to carry on one's person
    3b) to sustain, i.e. uphold, support
 4) to bear away, carry off

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Perhaps remotely derived from the base of G0939 (through the idea of removal); to lift, literally or figuratively (endure, declare, sustain, receive, etc.):—bear, carry, take up.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - bear 23, carry 3, take up 1; 27
bare
Matthew 8:17. Luke 7:14; 11:27. John 12:6.
bear
Matthew 3:11. Luke 14:27. Acts 9:15; 15:10. Romans 15:1. Galatians 5:10; 6:5, 17. Revelation 2:2.
bearest
Romans 11:18.
bearing
Mark 14:13. Luke 22:10. John 19:17.
borne
Matthew 20:12. John 20:15. Acts 21:35. Revelation 2:3.
carried
Acts 3:2.
carrieth
Revelation 17:7.
carry
Luke 10:4.
doth
Luke 14:27.
hence
John 20:15.
them
John 16:12.
up
John 10:31.
ye
Galatians 6:2.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0942


  #0942 βάτος batos {bat'-os}

 of Hebrew origin H1324; TDNT - n/a; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a thorn or bramble bush

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of uncertain derivation; a brier shrub:—bramble, bush.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - bush 4, bramble bush 1; 5
bush
Mark 12:26. Luke 6:44; 20:37. Acts 7:30, 35.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0943


  #0943 βάτος batos {bat'-os}

 of uncertain derivation; TDNT - n/a; n m/f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a bath, a Jewish measure of liquids of about 8 or 9 gallons
    (about 40 l.)

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Hebrew origin [H1324]; a bath, or measure for liquids:—measure.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - measure 1; 1
measures
Luke 16:6.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0944


  #0944 βάτραχος batrachos {bat'-rakh-os}

 of uncertain derivation; TDNT - n/a; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a frog

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of uncertain derivation; a frog:—frog.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - frog 1; 1
frogs
Revelation 16:13.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0945


  #0945 βατταλογέω battologeo {bat-tol-og-eh'-o}

 from Battos (a proverbial stammerer) and G3056; TDNT - 1:597,103; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to stammer
 2) to repeat the same things over and over, to use many idle
    words, to babble, prate. Some suppose the word derived from
    Battus, a king of Cyrene, who is said to have stuttered;
    others from Battus, an author of tedious and wordy poems.

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From Βάττος [[Battos]] (a proverbial stammerer) and G3056; to stutter, that is, (by implication) to prate tediously:—use vain repetitions.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - use vain repetitions 1; 1
repetitions
Matthew 6:7.
use
Matthew 6:7.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0946


  #0946 βδέλυγμα bdelugma {bdel'-oog-mah}

 from G0948; TDNT - 1:598,103; n n

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a foul thing, a detestable thing
    1a) of idols and things pertaining to idolatry

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0948; a detestation, that is, (specifically) idolatry:—abomination.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - abomination 6; 6
abomination
Matthew 24:15. Mark 13:14. Luke 16:15. Revelation 21:27.
abominations
Revelation 17:4, 5.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0947


  #0947 βδελυκτός bdeluktos {bdel-ook-tos'}

 from G0948; TDNT - 1:598,103; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) abominable, detestable

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G0948; detestable, that is, (specifically) idolatrous:—abominable.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - abominable 1; 1
abominable
Titus 1:16.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0948


  #0948 βδελύσσω [βδελύσσομαι] bdelusso {bdel-oos'-so}

 from a (presumed) derivative of bdeo (to stink); TDNT - 1:598,*; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to render foul, to cause to be abhorred
 2) abominable
 3) to turn one's self away from on account of the stench
 4) metaph. to abhor, detest

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From a (presumed) derivative of βδέω [[bdeo]] (to stink); to be disgusted, that is, (by implication) detest (especially of idolatry):—abhor, abominable.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - abhor 1, abominable 1; 2
abhorrest
Romans 2:22.
abominable
Revelation 21:8.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G0949


  #0949 βέβαιος bebaios {beb'-ah-yos}

 from the base of G0939 (through the idea of basality);
    TDNT - 1:600,103; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) stable, fast, firm
 2) metaph. sure, trusty

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From the base of G0939 (through the idea of basality); stable (literally or figuratively):—firm, of force, stedfast, sure.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - stedfast 4, sure 2, firm 1, of force 1, more sure 1; 9
firm
Hebrews 3:6.
force
Hebrews 9:17.
stedfast
2 Corinthians 1:7. Hebrews 2:2; 3:14; 6:19.
sure
Romans 4:16. 2 Peter 1:10, 19.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


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